|National College of Business & Arts|
Founder is the late Dr. Doroteo S. Pasion, a well-known educator (former Dean of Commerce of San Beda College, former CPA Review director of the University of the East, and former President of PSBA)., lawyer, accountant, author and civic leader. Dr. Pasion launched NCBA as a public service, together with four others who believed in the NCBA concept : Col. Rafael Q. Yap-Diangco, Atty. Jose R. Torres, Jr., Mrs. Gloria C. Menez, and Mrs. Lourdes L. Sarabia.
Keeping to its founder's vision, NCBA has opted to remain as a specialized school and its growth, measured and steady through the years. From that small edifice along R. Papa St., NCBA slowly expanded its academic programs and facilities with the single purpose of producing for the nation the type of educated manpower it needs for its development and well being.
When NCBA opened in 1968, its offering were limited to the following courses: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Bachelor of Arts, the Two-Year course in Secretarial Administration and its own CPA Review. Next, the NCBA High School was opened in school year 1973-74 followed by its additional offerings of short terminal courses in Cooperative, Salesmanship, Bookkeeping and Accounting, and Small Business Management in school year 1974-75.
Today, more than 40 years after its founding, NCBA boast of a complete package of academic offering - from preparatory school to an expanded tertiary education program and post graduate courses.Courses offered now include Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd), BSEd Engl, BSEd Biological Science, BS in Information System, AB English, BSHRM, BSIS, BSA, BSBA major in Financial Management (BSBA FM), BSBA major in Operation Management (BSBA OM), BSBA major in Marketing Management (BSBA MM), BSBA major in Hotel Resource Development Management(BS HRDM). Its Graduate Offers Master in Public Administration and Master in Business Administration major in Finance and Human Resources Management.
Since its founding, NCBA has endeavored continually to perpetuate its educational policy: to offer and provide, both in facilities and teaching force, a complete education to young men and women and equip them with the skills and training to become responsible citizens and future leaders of our country.