College of Business and Management
College of Business and Management
1. Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
Bachelor of Science in Accountancy is a four-year degree program that focuses on the effective management of financial resources including the proper ways of monitoring and documenting the flow of money or goods within the system and the applicable laws related to it.
2. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is a four-year degree program that prepares its students with relevant skills in research, analysis, and decision-making necessary to become competent leaders and managers in the field of Business Management, with majors in the following: Financial Management, Marketing Management, Business Economics, Operations Management, and Human Resource Development Management; and with specialization in BPO Service Management or Data Analytics.
3. Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship
Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship is a four-year degree program that seeks to produce world-class entrepreneurs who are competent, knowledgeable, and motivated in identifying business opportunities, preparing business plans, and starting a business.
4. Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management is a four-year degree program that equips students with competencies related to the basic and core requirements essential to the Hospitality Industry.
5. Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management
Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management is a four-year degree program that aims to produce skilled professionals in the tourism industry. It immerses to the principles of tourism and its role in the local and global positions especially its economic and cultural progress through time.
College of Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a four-year degree program consisting of general education and professional nursing subjects. It follows a comprehensive and community-based curriculum.
College of Education, Arts, and Sciences
1. Bachelor in Secondary Education
Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSE) is a four-year degree program that molds students to become globally competitive teachers equipped with 21st century teaching skills. It offers a holistic career formation training to future teachers by providing strong academic foundation and exposure to various educational system and practices. At TRACE College, BSE has majors in English and Mathematics, and minor in Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE).
2. Bachelor of Arts in Communication
Bachelor of Arts in Communication is a four-year degree program that equips students with relevant skills in various contexts of communication such as journalism, audio-visual and multimedia production, and advertising and public relations, among many others.
3. Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Bachelor of Science in Psychology is a four-year degree program that tackles the way humans think, feel, and behave. Under this program, students will learn how to conduct, interpret, and apply various tests that will measure a person’s intelligence (IQ tests), skills (aptitude tests), and personality (personality tests).
College of Engineering and Computer Studies
1. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
The graduates of this four-year degree program will join the ranks of computer engineers who create a better world through their expertise in computer programming, electronics design, digital systems, microprocessors and integrated circuits, operating systems, and new software.
2. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is a four-year degree program that aims students to gain up-to-date knowledge in computer programming, software development, and systems analysis and design. It has specialization in BPO Service Management or Data Analytics.
3. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
The graduates of this four-year degree program are empowered in terms of access, navigation, and manipulation of cyberspace through theoretical and applied knowledge of information systems—including how they are designed, installed, managed, and administered.
4. Associate in Computer Technology