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Asian Hospital and Medical Center

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Based on the realities and latest trends of entrepreneurship, the curriculum is carefully designed for various settings, combining theoretical and practical learning methodologies. Subject areas such as Business Plan Preparation and Implementation, Fund Sourcing and Venture Capital, Enterprise Relations Management, Innovation Management, Export Management, E-Business Management, E-Supply Chain Management, and Business Laws and Taxation prepare the students for the challenging and exciting world of business.


Career Opportunities


  • Entrepreneur
  • General Manager and Proprietor
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Purchasing/Supply Executive
  • Exporter
  • Manufacturer
  • Franchisee
  • Operations Management Officer
  • Project Officer
  • Product Researcher
  • Market Specialist
  • Administrative Assistant and the other related career fields


BS ENTREPRENEURSHIP with a Special Tracking in Fashion Design



Trains students in fashion marketing, business, and entrepreneurship aside from fashion design and pattern making together with apparel construction. With the integration and use of an IT- oriented curriculum and incorporation of the latest trends in fashion, students can be ready to compete in the ever-changing work of fashion.


Career Opportunities


  • Fashion Designer
  • Fashion Assistant
  • Product Researcher
  • Design Specialist
  • Promotions Officer
  • Exhibition Specialist
  • Fashion Entrepreneur, and the other related career fields



Core Competencies - BS Entrepreneurship Graduates


  1. Manifest skills in operating a business particularly in the areas of :

    a.  Product development
    b.  Product innovation
    c.  Risk management
    d.  Resource management
    e.  Identification and satisfaction of customer’s needs

  2. Uphold ethical standards and practices observed in running a business.
  3. Demonstrate sensitivity to the economic and social needs.