Undergraduate Program Learning Outcomes

AB Economics Program Learning Outcomes
1. Explain economic theories.
2. Apply quantitative methods in economic analysis.
3. Critique current and proposed government policies affecting the economy and businesses particularly those with implications for social welfare and efficiency.
4. Articulate evidence-based proposals or alternatives for government and business policies.
5. Acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for pursuing graduate studies.
6. Compose analytical and empirical economic papers grounded in critical thinking.
7. Generate project proposals for wealth creation, human capital, equity and poverty reduction.
8. Develop intuitive and quantitative skills to improve graduates’ employability in the academe, business, government, and non-government organizations
9. Develop sensitivity to issues of economic growth, wealth and income distribution, poverty, and the environment

 
AB Economics-Honors Program Learning Outcomes
1. Explain economic theories
2. Apply quantitative methods in economic analysis.
3. Critique current and proposed government policies affecting the economy and businesses particularly those with implications on social welfare and the efficiency
4. Articulate evidence-based proposals or alternatives for government and business policies.
5. Acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for pursuing graduate studies in quantitative economics
6. Compose analytical and empirical economic papers grounded in critical thinking.
7. Generate project proposals for wealth creation, human capital, equity and poverty reduction
8. Develop intuitive and quantitative skills to improve graduates’ employability in the academe, business, government, and non-government organizations
9. Develop sensitivity to issues of economic growth, wealth and income distribution, poverty, and the environment

 
AB Management Economics Program Learning Outcomes
1. Explain economic and management theories.
2. Apply quantitative methods in economic and business analysis.
3. Evaluate the implications on the economy and firm management of current and proposed government policies as well as their effect on organizational efficiency and consumer welfare.
4. Analyze internal business processes including organizational, financial and marketing systems that affect the efficiency and the provision of social and economic benefits to the community and the wider market.
5. Acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for pursuing graduate studies
6. Compose economic and business policy papers grounded in critical thinking
7. Generate project and business proposals to raise employment of capital and labor that will improve the welfare of marginalized communities and the entire Philippine society.
8. Develop intuitive and quantitative skills to improve graduates’ employability in the academe, business, government, and non-government organizations
9. Develop sensitivity to issues of economic growth, wealth and income distribution, poverty, and the environment

(Note: Program Learning Outcomes are as of June 2020)