Our approach delivers results.The Letran College of Business Administration and Accountancy provides students with excellent education taught by outstanding faculty members. The various professional areas continuously commit to provide the best teaching and learning experience for both educators and learners. The CBAA Faculty is established in its partnership with a diverse mix of professional organizations, academic bodies, government institutions, and business and industry groups and this is reflected in their dynamic discussion format and their outcomes-based style of education. A Christ-centered teaching of business management permeates every CBAA faculty member’s consciousness, and it is made concrete in every class encounter.

We are a business school.The strong academic culture of the CBAA is strengthened by a well-grounded professional skill building approach and is evident in the writing of either an undergraduate theses, a Marketing Research Report, a Feasibility Study, a Business Plan or a Strategic Management Paper as a senior level integrating course requirement. Communications, business analytics, critical thinking, cross-cultural sensitivity, logical and conceptual knowledge acquisition, and social interaction find concrete meaning and practice within our unique curricula.

We take pride in our On-the-Job (OJT)Program.While we provide extensive opportunities for professional simulation through our Commerce Laboratory, our Business Simulation Room, the Letran Travel Bureau, the Knights and the Page 1620 Café, and the Letran Wellness Center, students of the CBAA are 100% placed in various internship and apprenticeship-partner companies either locally or abroad.

We place Sustainable Development at the core of our business education. The emphasis in understanding the value of the triple bottom line of People, Planet and Profit is emphasized in our various courses. Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance are courses that over arch our CBAA curricula. It is our aim that every Letran Business Administration and Accountancy graduate will eventually view businesses as potential agents of world benefit.

We keep the spirit of Entrepreneurship alive in the CBAA.Entrepreneurship courses are embedded in all of the 12 degree programs of the College, allowing every prospective graduate a chance for his or her own business creation and intrapreneurial contribution should employment become their career option. Business Implementation is actively practiced, assessed, monitored and nurtured through the guidance of our business mentors and gurus.

Our EdgeIn the College of Business Administration and Accountancy, students get to enjoy the mentoring skills and academic passion of a number of award-winning educators, executives, adjunct professors, managers, industry professionals. practicing lawyers, businessmen, entrepreneurs, high-grade civil servants, board professional reviewers, clinicians, tourism services experts, professional chefs, licensed food technologists, hoteliers and restaurateurs.

Our Academic Programs

  • BS Accountancy (leading to Certified Public Accountant -C.P.A.)
  • BS Accounting Technology (leading to Certified Bookkeeper – CB; Registered Cost Accountant – RCA; then Certified Accounting Technologists -CAT )
  • BSBA major in Economics (qualified for Masters in Business Administration)
  • BS Entrepreneurship (with a registered and operational business enterprise)
  • BSBA major in Financial Management (leading to Chartered Financial Accountants - CFA)
  • BSBA major in Human Resource Development Management (qualified for Masters in Business Administration)


  • BSBA major in Operations Management (qualified for Masters in Business Administration)
  • BSBA major in Marketing Management (leading to Registered Marketing Professional - RMP)
  • BS Food Technology (with course qualifier for the National Certification in Food Processing and Cookery)
  • BS Nutrition and Dietetics (leading to Registered Nutritionist and Dietitians)
  • BS Hotel and Restaurant Management (with course qualifier for the National Certification in Food and Beverage Services, Bartending and Housekeeping)
  • BS Tourism Management (with course qualifier for the National Certification in Attractions and Theme Park Tourism, Tour Guiding and Travel Services)

Academic Programs

Our approach delivers results. The Letran Business Administration program provides students with excellent education taught by outstanding faculty members. Business classes are small, allowing faculty to get to know the students will. The Business Administration program is committed to technology and keeping abreast of the latest business world developments like e-business and e-marketing.

The faculty has established partnerships with business and industries in the community, which is reflected in their teaching and the ability to assist graduates seeking professional positions in its placement program.

A strong-on-the-job training (OJT) program is on place which gives students the opportunity to train in jobs related to their field of study for pay, experience and academic credit. In addition, students are provided exposure to the real world of business practice like the business plan implementation program.

Rapid changes in technology and the globalization of business mean that the decisions in the business career require extensive educational training. A degree in business can help students realize their dreams of having a fulfilling and rewarding career while also meeting their financial needs. One can choose from a range of academic majors to best match their interests and career objectives. If one enjoys working with financial and operational information, then accounting, finance, economic, accountancy, or operations management might be an excellent concentration to choose from.

For a "people-oriented person", then perhaps marketing, hospitality management or operations management might be a good match.

For a "people-oriented person", then perhaps marketing, hospitality management or operations management might be a good match.

  • Operations Management
  • Business Economics
  • Financial Management
  • Marketing Management

Whatever your strengths or interests, there is an area of business that can best utilize those strengths and help you find a career that will be well-suited for you.

  • BS Accountancy
  • BS Accounting Technology
  • BSBA major in Economics
  • BSBA major in Financial Management
  • BSBA major in Human Resource Development Management
  • BSBA major in Operations Management
  • BSBA major in Marketing Management
  • BS Food Technology
  • BS Nutrition and Dietetics
  • BS Hotel and Restaurant Management
  • BS Tourism Management
Message from the Dean
Prof. Eunice Areola

ARRIBA LETRAN!!!
As the newly appointed Dean of the College of Business Administration and Accountancy, allow me to share with you my thoughts on what ARRIBA LETRAN means. ARRIBA...to rise up, to move forward, to forge ahead.

The CBAA Leadership

Prof. Eunice Mareth Q. Areola, MBA, CEEP-A, Ph.D. HSG – Dean

Asst. Prof. Kenji Asano, Jr. CPA, CMA, MBA – Assistant Dean

Asst. Prof. Ian B. Dancel, CPA, MBA – Chairperson for Accountancy, Finance and Economics Programs

Asst. Prof. Ramon M. Marticio, MBA, CEEP-A – Chairperson for Business Administration and Entrepreneurship Programs

Asst. Prof. Maria Estela M. Jamorabo, RND, MA.Ed. - Coordinator for Nutrition and Dietetics Program

Asst. Prof. Rhonnel W. Miranda, MBA - Coordinator for Hotel and Restaurant Management Program

Asst. Prof. Ava Nicole B. Azotea, MS FS - Coordinator for Food Technology Program

Asst. Prof. Fernando Trinidad, ME, MLA – Coordinator for Tourism Management

Ms. Wilhelmina B. Bautista – Management Staff

The CBAA Leadership

THE OFFICE OF THE DEAN
527-7693 loc. 221
525-0391
cbaa@letran.edu.ph

THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
527-7693 loc. 331 to 333
301-0720
registrar@letran.edu

THE OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Public Affairs
527-7693 loc. 641
5250398

Admissions Office
527-7693 loc. 345
527-9730
publicaffairs@letran.edu.ph