Career Placement

College of Information Technology & Computer Studies

Since the development of the ICT industry, it has fast become one of the largest and fastest-growing industries around directly affecting every aspect of our lives.

The industry itself is hugely diverse in what it can offer people as a career, even if you just think of what you do during the day you will encounter some jobs. E.g. You use a computer to go on the internet, doing that alone brings up hundreds of possible jobs from network administrators, computer manufacturers, web developers to server technicians and the list is endless.

The ICT industry is constantly growing and trying to better its competitors and therefore jobs are opening everywhere you look, there is always something new to pick up or learn or something new that has just come out that everyone needs to have and you can easily be part of this growing movement.

So to get into the ICT industry and be in a specialized area it will take time to get those qualifications or experience you need and you must have a real interest and thirst for the subject to keep on top, it can be difficult but when you’re in a job you love it doesn’t seem like a chore and an added bonus, people within the ICT industry are some of the highest-paid individuals in the world.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

  •  Application Developer
  • Computer Science Instructor
  • Database Programmer/Designer
  • Information Security Engineer
  • Quality Assurance Engineer
  • Researcher
  • Systems Developer
  • Systems Analyst

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

  • Applications Developer
  • Database Administrator
  • Entrepreneur in the IT industry
  • Information Security Administrator
  • Information Technology Instructor
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Engineer
  • Systems Analyst
  • Technical Support Specialist
  • Test Engineer
  • Web Administrator/WebMaster
  • Web Developer

College of Tourism and Hospitality Management

People love to travel and eat out. The hospitality and tourism career cluster include occupations of those who make others comfortable when they are out of their home environments. These occupations include everything from chefs to hotel managers, to movie projectionists and dishwashers.

Whether you work in a kitchen or as a concierge in a luxury hotel, people skills–the ability to work with others and communicate well, are important in nearly all hospitality and tourism jobs. The willingness to learn new skills, a good work ethic, and a professional personal appearance is also important. All of these qualities are needed for success.

Occupations in hospitality and tourism do not necessarily require advanced education or training. In fact, there are many job opportunities in hospitality and tourism that require no additional formal education beyond high school. As in most fields, however, education does mean more pay. The highest-paying occupations in the hospitality and tourism cluster, including travel agents and meeting and convention planners.

Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management and Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management

  • Waiters and Waitresses
  • Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food
  • Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners
  • Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners
  • Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop
  • Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers
  • Dishwashers
  • Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop
  • Food Preparation Workers
  • Bartenders
  • Cooks, Fast Food
  • Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks
  • Amusement and Recreation Attendants
  • Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers
  • Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks
  • Recreation Workers
  • Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All Other
  • Food Servers, Non-restaurant
  • Gaming and Sports Book Writers and Runners
  • Transportation Attendants, Except Flight Attendants and Baggage Porters
  • Baggage Porters and Bellhops
  • Gaming Change Persons and Booth Cashiers
  • Tour Guides and Escorts
  • Animal Trainers
  • Concierges
  • Travel Guides
  • Cooks, Restaurant
  • Interpreters and Translators
  • Bakers
  • First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Preparation and Serving Workers
  • Food Service Managers6,05024.0
  • Self-Enrichment Education Teachers
  • Chefs and Head Cooks
  • Lodging Managers
  • Travel Agents
  • Meeting and Convention Planners
  • Set and Exhibit Designers
  • Museum Technicians and Conservators
  • Ski Repair Technician
  • Bartender
  • Adventure Tour Guide
  • Sales Coordinator
  • Guest Services Supervisor
  • Ski Patrol Supervisor
  • Event Planner
  • Restaurant Shift Supervisor
  • Team Leader Accounting
  • Maintenance Supervisor
  • Director of Sales and Marketing
  • Head Chef
  • Ski Area Manager
  • Rooms Division Manager
  • Adventure Company Owner
  • Attractions Operations Manager
  • Flight Stewardess / Steward
  • Ground Steward / Stewardess

2 Year Hotel and Restaurant Service Management

  • Bus Boy (Commis de Rang)
  • Foodservice Attendant National
  • Waiter (Chef de Rang/Demi Chef de Rang)
  • Hot Kitchen Cook
  • Baker Helper
  • Hot Kitchen Cook(Commis III)
  • Room Attendant
  • Hot Kitchen Cook (Commis II)
  • Bar Porter
  • Barista/Bartender
  • Wine Steward (Chef de Vind/Chef Sommelier)
  • Front Office Agent
  • Reservation Clerk
  • Cost Controller

College of Teacher Education

Teaching is a dignified profession, as teachers play a crucial role in the development of students into a responsible human being. Aptly termed as nation builders, a career in teaching brings a lot of job satisfaction to candidates. The profession offers a host of career possibilities for candidates. Aspiring candidates can choose to work as elementary school teachers, high school teachers, public school teachers, etc. To make a successful career in teaching, you need to equip yourself with all the essential career information including job description, nature of work, working environment, educational qualification, and training required to become a teacher.

Teachers employed in kindergarten and elementary schools are responsible for the development of students in their early years. It is through the formative years’ education that children learn to shape their views which further determines their success in the future. These professionals are responsible for introducing children to subjects like mathematics, social studies, languages, etc. They use computer games, books, films, and artwork to develop children, intellectually and socially. Middle school and secondary school teachers provide a deeper knowledge of subjects taught in elementary school during the children’s formative years. They delve deeper into these subjects and make children aware of more information about the world. Depending on their individual interests, these teachers specialize in teaching specific subjects like mathematics, biology, history, etc.

There are so many jobs available to teachers right now. The job market expansion in education is not just happening in the Philippines because of its thrust of Education for all and the transition to the K to 12 education system. Teachers are very much in demand now and in the future. Likewise, with an increasingly global economy, there is always demand for English teachers, so you may want to consider teaching the English language overseas-either in a classroom setting or for business in the private sector.

List of some of the job opportunities for Education graduates.

  • Preschool / Elementary / Secondary Teacher
  • Reading Specialist
  • Resource Teacher
  • School / Camp Director
  • Public Relations
  • Corporate Training
  • On line instructor
  • School  Administrator
  • School counselor
  • Education consultant
  • English Teacher
  • Bachelor in Elementary Education

College of Engineering & Architecture

There are many potential areas of employment in Engineering & Architectural courses. Many graduates find employment with structural or building environmental systems engineering consulting firms, which work with architects in designing building structures and mechanical systems. Other graduates work with acoustics and noise control specialists. Still, others find employment with construction firms, as field construction engineers, project managers, or cost estimators. Large industries—such as oil companies, building material manufacturers, and railroads—are always interested in hiring Architectural Engineers for management or sales positions. State and federal agencies involved in building design, construction, and research offer many opportunities for graduates. Many graduates find employment with real estate development and facilities-management firms.

Employment opportunities are excellent and demand is very strong for the limited number of graduates. In general, engineering employment is expected to grow about as fast as the average for all occupations through 2018, although the outlook will vary by branch. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that biomedical, environmental, and civil engineering will experience much faster than average growth, while employment in petroleum engineering, industrial engineering, and geological and mining engineering will grow at a faster than average rate. Other branches will grow either as fast as the average or slower than the average for all occupations or will see a decline in employment.


Mechanical Engineering (BSME)

Fields of Specialization

  • Power and Energy Engineering
  • Automotive Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Mechatronics and Robotics
  • Heating, Ventilating, Air-conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVAC & R)
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Instrumentation and Controls

Career Options

  • Operations
  • Maintenance
  • Design and Consultancy
  • Production
  • Education
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management and Supervision
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Research and Development

Electrical Engineering (BSEE)

  • Power Engineer – Power System Operation, Power System Protection, Power System Economics, Power Plant
  • Design Engineer- Advance Power System, Advance Electrical Designer, Machine Automation and Process Control Engineer
  • Illumination Engineer
  • Entrepreneur
  • Sales Engineer
  • Distribution Engineer
  • Engineering Educators and Researcher
  • Instrumentation and Control Engineer
  • Safety Engineer
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Construction and Project Engineer
  • Software Developer
  • Electrical Design Inspector

Electronics Engineering (BSECE)

  • Broadcasting
  • Telecommunications
  • Semiconductor Device Fabrication/ Manufacturing (Engineer)
  • Electronics Design
  • Computers Systems
  • Instrumentation and Telemetry
  • Automation, Feedback, Process Control, Robotics, and Mechatronics
  • Industrial Electronics
  • Signal Processing
  • Optics
  • Medical/ Biomedical Electronics

Industrial Engineering (BSIE)

Production Engineering

  • Manufacturing Processes and Systems
  • Facilities Planning and Design
  • Production Planning and Control
  • Quality Management
  • Materials Management and Inventory Control
  • Product Design and Improvement
  • Maintenance Engineering

Organization and Decision Systems

  • Management Control Systems
  • Information Systems
  • Organization Analysis and Design
  • Economic Analysis for Decision Making
  • Operations Research
  • Project Management
  • Strategic Planning

Ergonomics/ Human Factors Engineering

  • Work Measurement
  • Methods Engineering
  • Work Systems Analysis and Design
  • Wage and Salary Administration
  • Safety Engineering
  • Training

Computer Engineering (BSCoE)

  • Project engineer/ manager
  • Network system administrator/manager
  • Data communications engineer
  • Systems engineer/developer/manager
  • Systems analyst/designer
  • Technical Support Engineer/manager
  • Quality assurance engineer/manager
  • Test Engineer
  • Technopreneur
  • Educator
  • Researcher

School of Economics, Business & Accountancy

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

Majoring in accounting and obtaining a B.S. degree will open doors to many lucrative career opportunities for the assertive professional. Typical work environments for an accounting major are large companies with multi-layered accounting departments, where jobs are specialized and you can choose which area to focus on (i.e. payables, receivables, collections, internal audit). If you want a more general job, you may wish to work for a small business running the accounting function with only one or two other employees. Others will prefer to work for the government at the federal or state level, filling more specialized roles in a myriad of audit functions. Perhaps the most lucrative path is to start your own firm alone or with a partner and develop your own business streams via traditional means like advertising and through working with business associations and professional groups.

Entry Level Jobs

Public Practice

  • Audit Staff
  • Tax Staff
  • Management
  • Services/Consulting Staff

Commerce and Industry

  • Financial Accounting & Reporting Staff,
  • Management
  • Accounting Staff
  • Tax Accounting Staff
  • Internal Audit Staff
  • Financial Analyst
  • Budget analyst
  • Credit Analyst
  • Cost Accountant


  • State Accounting Examiner
  • State Accountant
  • LGU Accountant
  • Revenue Officer
  • Audit Examiner
  • Budget Analyst
  • Financial


  • Junior Accounting Instructor

Middle-level Jobs

Public Practice

  • Audit Staff
  • Tax Manager
  • Consulting Manager

Commerce and Industry

  • Comptroller
  • Senior Information Systems Auditor
  • Senior fraud Examiner
  • Senior Forensic Auditor


  • State Accountant V
  • Director III and Director IV
  • Government Accountancy & Audit
  • Financial Services Management
  • Audit services Manager
  • Senior Editor


  • Senior faculty, Accounting Department Chair

Advanced Positions

Public Practice

  • Senior Partner
  • Senior Consultant/Financial Advisor

Commerce and Industry

  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Chief Information Officer


  • National Treasure
  • Vice President for Finance/CFO (for GOCCs)
  • Commissioner
  • Associate Commissioner
  • Assistant Comissioner (COA, BIR, BOC)


  • Vice President for Academic Affair
  • Dean

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Business management practices apply to almost every organization—from major corporations to small businesses, from environmental nonprofits to property development companies. The field’s focus on management, however, extends beyond managing people and their work; careers in business administration deal with both the day-to-day operation of an organization as well as with industry-changing economic trends, business technologies, ethical leadership, and effective management. Put simply, business administration is a holistic approach to creating a successful, efficient, and well-run company.

BSBA Major in Business Economics

This program is designed to provide students with solid background and training in the methods and applications of economic analysis. The students’ research skills are honed through the various economics courses such as international economics, managerial economics, and human resource economics, further preparing them to be proactive when confronting current economic issues.

Career Opportunities

  • Economists for both government and private enterprise, corporate planners, credit or foreign exchange analysts in banks
  • High school economics teachers (with government licensure exams)
  • Stockbrokers or traders
  • Research work in the academe or government
  • Marketing researchers
  • Management Trainee
  • Research Assistant
  • Field Researcher
  • Corporate Planning Analyst
  • Stock Trader
  • Professor
  • Financial Planner
  • Analyst
  • Security Sales and Trading
  • Insurance

BSBA Major in Accounting Management

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Accounting Management prepares the students to possess a strong foundation on theory, principles, and concepts, as well as analytical tools and perspectives that would provide a sound and competitive basis for financial and investment decision making.

Career Opportunities

  • Credit Analyst
  • Treasury Assistant
  • Stock Analyst
  • Trust Management Staff
  • Credit and Collection Assistant
  • FX Trader

BSBA Major in Human Resource Management

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Human Resource Development Management prepares the students for a career in Human Resource Management in various corporations whether in the manufacturing, marketing, and service sectors or in the different types of industries such as pharmaceutical, semiconductor, food and beverage, banking industries and other types of organizations.

Career Opportunities

  • Management Trainee in Human Resource
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Executive Assistant
  • Recruitment Assistant
  • Training and Development Staff
  • Labor Relations Staff

BSBA Major in Marketing Management

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administrative major in Marketing Management prepares the students to be responsive to the total environment by providing technical skills and competencies in the areas of Marketing. The theory is blended with practicum activities to give the students a broad and enriched base for a career in Marketing.

Career Opportunities

  • Management Trainee in Marketing
  • Marketing Assistant
  • Account Executive
  • Merchandiser
  • PR/Advertising Assistant
  • Service Crew
  • Customer Service Agent
  • Product/Brand Assistant
  • Order/Billing Assistant
  • Events Management Staff

Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurs start new businesses and take on the risk and rewards of being an owner. This is the ultimate career in capitalism – putting your idea to work in a competitive economy. Some new ventures generate enormous wealth for the entrepreneur. However, the job of an entrepreneur is not for everyone. You need to be hard-working, smart, creative, willing to take risks, and good with people. You need to have heart, have the motivation, and have drive.

One of the best things about pursuing a career as an entrepreneur is the wide-open possibilities. There is room in many economies throughout the globe for entrepreneurship – such as India, Brazil, Dubai, the U.S., or Kenya.  It’s important to be savvy and understand what is and is not realistic. The web is chock-full of come-ons promising to make you rich. Avoid promotions that require you to pay upfront to learn some secret to wealth. Understand that the market is more or less efficient – which means that if a bunch of people knows a sure way to be a millionaire then the opportunity has probably already been competed away. On the other hand, look for inefficiencies in markets. Places where a better idea, a little ingenuity, or some aggressive marketing could really make a difference. Think about problems that people would pay to have a solution to. It helps to know finance. It’s a must to really know your product area well. What do consumers want? What differentiates you from the competition? How do you market this product? A formal business plan is not essential but is normally a great help in thinking through the case for a new business. You’ll be investing more in it than anyone else, so treat yourself like a smart, skeptical investor who needs to be convinced that the math adds up for the business you propose starting.

The possibilities in entrepreneurship are endless. The rewards can be high. And the risks are undoubtedly high too. But, if you have the drive, creativity, and the desire to be your own boss, this may very well be the career for you.

Career Opportunities

  • Company manager
  • Professional consultant
  • Business owner
  • Online commerce entrepreneur

Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Management

Explore the business opportunities beyond selling houses. As with most professional fields, real estate has evolved from a self-taught practice to a highly specialized, sophisticated discipline involving everything from population demographics and shopping patterns to construction and materials costs and zoning and land use regulations.

Recent graduates hold positions in the government, nonprofit, construction and private business sectors including leadership positions.

Career Opportunities’ tags

  • Real estate brokers
  • Investment managers
  • Property managers and appraisers
  • Construction managers
  • Land-use planners
  • Land developers

College of Arts & Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Criminology

The Bachelor of Science in Criminology program is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills in the study of historical and contemporary patterns of crime, responses to crime of the society, the causes of criminality in the society, and study of crime and delinquency. It focuses on the processes involved and the functions of criminal justice in the country.

Individuals who graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice are preparing to work in areas of local and federal law enforcement, corrections, human services, investigation, and security.

Career Opportunities

  • Social Worker
  • Correctional Treatment Specialist
  • Probation Officer
  • Paralegal
  • Police officers
  • Fraud Investigator
  • Investigator
  • Claims Adjuster
  • Examiner
  • Juvenile corrections officers

Bachelor of Science in Customs Administration

The Bachelor of Science in Customs Administration program (BS-CA) is designed to provide knowledge and skills in shipping and tariff systems, customs brokerage operations, and the intricacies of export/import taxation. The program also includes theories and concepts in customs and tariff courses and the fundamentals and principles of international trade.

Career Opportunities

  • Government customs officers
  • Customs Appraiser / Examiner
  • Import/Export Staff
  • Traffic & Logistics Manager
  • Export-import managers
  • Freight forwarders
  • Customs brokers
  • SLP-Senior Customer Service Officer (Freight)
  • Purchasing & admin officer
  • Documentation Assistant
  • Stockroom Manager
  • Logistics managers

Bachelor of Science in Public Administration

Public administration can be defined as the implementation of the policy by civil servants within an official government’s executive framework. Public administrators manage nearly every aspect of public service at the federal, state, and local levels offering the opportunity to help shape the future.

A public administration degree provides an academic background for individuals pursuing a career in either government or non-governmental/nonprofit organizations. There are several areas of overlap between these pursuits, so an education that combines both will give you competitive strength and allow you to move into either area, according to your own career interests. For example, you may start your career in fundraising for a nonprofit organization, and later become a member of a governmental grant-awarding body. A public administration degree or public policy degree gives you great flexibility in changing career titles.

Like a regular degree in management, a public administration or public policy degree can focus on organizational governance, finance, and administration. With this specialization you can look into jobs in local, state, or federal government; in public service sectors such as healthcare and animal welfare; or non-profit organizations such as arts or international relief agencies.

The one thing all these potential jobs share is motivation–you won’t be working for the “bottom line”. Your focus will be on intangible factors such as providing services, setting and implementing policies, or evaluating social programs. You may be involved in research and development, marketing, financial planning, public relations, or human resource development.

Administrative Management(People work in administrative management at all levels of government and can have a variety of jobs)

  • City or County Manager
  • Administrative Officer
  • Management Analyst
  • Safety Officer
  • Computer Specialist
  • Security Specialist
  • Computer Programmer
  • Systems Analyst

[Personnel Management and Industrial Relations

  • Personnel Administration
  • Industrial Relations
  • Personnel Management Specialist
  • Labor-Management Relations Specialist
  • Position Classification Specialist
  • Field Examiner
  • Employee Development Specialist
  • Industrial Relations Specialist
  • Labor-Management Relations
  • Mediator
  • Employee Relations Specialists
  • Contractor Industrial Relations Specialist

Public Administration: Law, Investigations and Inspections

  • Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Inspector
  • Customs Inspector
  • Border Patrol Agent
  • Consumer Safety Inspector
  • Consumer Protection Specialist
  • General Investigator
  • Criminal Investigator
  • Deputy U.S. Marshall
  • Immigration Inspector
  • Special Agent
  • Patent Examiner
  • Internal Security Inspector
  • Tax Law Specialist

Social Services in Public Administration

  • Recreation Specialist
  • Social Science Analyst
  • Corrections Officer
  • Probation Officer
  • Social Worker

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts

The Bachelor of Arts in Communication program provides knowledge and skills in journalism and speech communication and the theories of the different aspects of communication and media in various communication settings. The program includes specialized fields of communication such as image and sound production, journalism, film, and media studies, and advertising and public relations.

AB in Communication is a generalized program that deals with the different modes of communication and includes subjects in film, print, journalism, photography, and video, while AB in Mass Communication focuses mainly on media and journalism.

Career Opportunities

  • Supervisor and Staff in Mediation/dispute/crisis consultancy
  • Communication management staff in government
  • Staff and manager in commercial agencies
  • Media administrator
  • Advertising Staff
  • Event organizer
  • Media writer
  • Researcher
  • Tutor
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Film Producer/Director
  • Advertising Manager
  • Multimedia Producer
  • Marketing Manager
  • Broadcast Producer
  • Research Manager
  • Account Manager
  • Creative Director
  • Media Manager
  • Brand Manager
  • Digital Designer
  • Photojournalist
  • Photographer
  • Newscaster
  • Copywriter
  • Journalist

Bachelor of Arts in Economics

Students earn a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. These majors learn about economic theories, models, and systems and what factors affect buying and selling. The B.A. program integrates more liberal arts courses and a foreign language requirement. Typical courses within the economics major include finance, econometrics, foreign trade, business economics, statistics, microeconomics, macroeconomics, and economic systems.

Career Opportunities

  • Staff Accountant
  • Financial Analyst
  • Corporate Financial Analyst
  • Finance/Banking Business Analyst
  • Senior Financial Analyst
  • Management Consultant
  • IT Project Manager
  • Economist
  • Investment Banking Analyst
  • Associate – Investment Banking
  • Sales Analyst
  • Financial / Securities / Investments Analyst
  • Operations/Data Analyst
  • Business Analyst, Finance/Banking
  • Pricing Analyst
  • Financial Analyst
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Data Analyst
  • Real Estate Analyst
  • Securities Trader
  • Actuary
  • Portfolio Manager
  • Financial Advisor
  • Marketing Analyst
  • Marketing Manager
  • Financial Controller
  • Management Consultant

Bachelor of Arts in English

An English degree is a broad and versatile degree that offers graduates a wide variety of career paths to follow. With an emphasis on communication and the written word, English majors learn to research, analyze and interpret information. They are encouraged to be critical and creative while exploring the many cultures of the world around them as well as the cultures that have come before them. English majors also study the history of the English language along with the beginnings of the written word. They learn how language has developed into the way we use words today and how it may change in the future.

Career Opportunities

  •  Advertising
  • Government and Civil Service
  • Research
  • Administration
  • Public Relations
  • Management
  • Radio and Television
  • Journalism
  • Publishing & Printing
  • Languages and Linguistics
  • Writing
  • Consulting