B.S Management Major in Legal Management

The BS Management, major in Legal Management, or LM program, is designed to create managers and entrepreneurs with a working knowledge of the legal environment within which all enterprises must operate. On top of the regular business curriculum is

added a law curriculum which covers all the major components of law that are

encountered in the conduct of business: taxation, labor law, partnership and corporation law, laws on intellectual property.

 

The course is not designed to be a preparation for law school, but has proven to be an excellent pre-law program, nevertheless.  It can be especially appropriate for students who are considering a career in law, but are not certain that it is for them. The exposure to law subjects at the undergraduate level can help these students make a final determination as to their preparedness and interest in pursuing the legal profession.

 

Legal Management is designed primarily to be an entrepreneurial program, giving

students the theoretical as well the practical tools to effectively run an enterprise. The law subjects can provide LM graduates with a competitive edge in the increasingly legalistic business environment.

 

Most of the major subjects involve teamwork because this is the way the real world operates. The ability to manifest leadership and take control in a team-oriented environment are today pre-requisites for business success. Students are trained to prepare business plans that are supported by extensive market research and analysis, and are asked to execute one such business plan as a requirement for graduation.

 

The effective integration of both business and law courses with the liberal arts core curriculum of the Ateneo creates a holistic program that produces high-impact

leaders for business, entrepreneurship and the legal profession.

BS MLM

The BS Management, major in Legal Management, or LM program, is designed to create managers and entrepreneurs with a working knowledge of the legal environment within which all enterprises must operate. On top of the regular business curriculum is
added a law curriculum which covers all the major components of law that are
encountered in the conduct of business: taxation, labor law, partnership and corporation law, laws on intellectual property.
 
The course is not designed to be a preparation for law school, but has proven to be an excellent pre-law program, nevertheless.  It can be especially appropriate for students who are considering a career in law, but are not certain that it is for them. The exposure to law subjects at the undergraduate level can help these students make a final determination as to their preparedness and interest in pursuing the legal profession.
 
Legal Management is designed primarily to be an entrepreneurial program, giving
students the theoretical as well the practical tools to effectively run an enterprise. The law subjects can provide LM graduates with a competitive edge in the increasingly legalistic business environment.
 
Most of the major subjects involve teamwork because this is the way the real world operates. The ability to manifest leadership and take control in a team-oriented environment are today pre-requisites for business success. Students are trained to prepare business plans that are supported by extensive market research and analysis, and are asked to execute one such business plan as a requirement for graduation.
 
The effective integration of both business and law courses with the liberal arts core curriculum of the Ateneo creates a holistic program that produces high-impact
leaders for business, entrepreneurship and the legal profession.

Career Options for Our Graduates:
-           Banking
-           Brand Management
-           Entrepreneurship
-           Family Business Management
-           Financial Management
-           General Management
-           Government Service
-           Human Resources Management
-           Investment Management
-           Law School, eventually
            Law Practice
-           Management Consulting
-           Marketing Management
-           Production and Operations
            Management
-           Sales Management

Management Courses:
Principles of Accounting
Introduction to Managerial Accounting
Philippine Business and Economic Environment
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Principles of Marketing
Quantitative Methods and Operations/Production Applications
Principles of Finance
Organizational Behavior
Strategy FormulatioStrategy Implementation
 
Law Courses:
Obligations and Contracts
Law on Business Organization and Intellectual Property
Labor Laws and Social Legislation
Taxation
Special Contracts and Negotiable Instruments