About institute of management

History

The Institute of Management (IM) was formally created on May 24, 2011, during the term of Dr. Gerardo I. Mendoza, the 3rd President of BASC through the BASC Board of Trustees’ approval during its meeting last May 24, 2011, held at BASC Conference Room. The Institute traces its roots to the former Institute of Bio-Resource Sciences and Management (IBSM) which was later renamed the Institute of Agriculture (IA) after separating its Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness Management Program (BSAM).

The Institute of Management was formed through the merging into one institute of the three management program offerings, namely, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA), Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness Management (BSAM), and Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (BSHM) which were formerly part of the three other institutes.  BSAM was taken from the former Institute of Bio-resource, Science, and Management, now College of Agriculture; BSBA came from the Institute of Arts, and Sciences, Education and Graduate Studies (IEASEGS), now Institute of Education, Arts, and Sciences (IEAS); while BSHM was previously part of Institute of Engineering and Applied Technology (IEAT).

The first Dean of IM was Mr. Cesar T. Villanueva and later succeeded by Dr. Ronald Reagan T. Alonzo and Ms. Jennifer I. Guevarra.  At present, Dr. Rodrigo G. Buenaventura is its incumbent Dean.

Vision

Its mission is to produce graduates and professional future leaders with solid training in the field of Business Administration, Agribusiness Management, and Hospitality Management for the challenges of economic growth and development in a competitive local and global setting.

Mission

The Institute of Management as the premier distinct educational branch of Bulacan Agricultural State College is committed to becoming a center of quality and innovative tertiary education that develops learners to become effective professionals, executives, entrepreneurs, and business leaders who will make a difference locally and internationally.

Objectives

1

Provide quality business-laden and well-rounded education through appropriate instructional methods and resources and offer curricula responsive to business trends and industry needs.

2

Develop students to be benevolent servant leaders and professionals who are concerned for the improvement of life in society.

3

Develop leaders and managers who are highly competent, innovative, and service-oriented.

4

Provide intensive local and international internship programs.

5

Strengthen alliance with industry partners for on-the-job training and job placement.

6

Conduct feasibility studies, research, and extension services geared toward community development.