The Bachelor of Science Accountancy program of the UST-Alfredo M. Velayo College of Accountancy was granted Level III 1st Re-accreditation by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA). The BSA program will enjoy its five-year 1st Re-accreditation status until 2024.
In the report received from PACUCOA accreditation team headed by Dr. Rosita L. Navarro, the accreditation group highlighted the College’s clear definition and alignment of the accountancy program’s intended learning outcomes with the University’s mission, vision and core values, formulated in consultation with the curriculum advisory group composed of administrators, faculty members, alumni, students, industry partners, representatives from professional organizations, and other interested parties.
The report, according to College Secretary Mr. Francisco M. Caliwan, Jr., also recognized the College’s abilities of providing quality instruction with its highly qualified roster of faculty members who are both industry practitioners and leaders in the accountancy profession, of producing top performers in the licensure examinations, and of fostering excellence with its students, alumni and faculty members for garnering national and international awards in various academic competitions.
Dean Patricia M. Empleo, Ph.D., thanked the UST-AMV COA community and other administrative units for their unrelenting support and commitment to elevate the status of the College and its academic programs. The college is one of the country’s top-performing schools in licensure examinations for Accountants.