College of Management and Tourism


At the College of Management and Tourism (CMT), we are dedicated to shaping the future leaders of the hospitality, tourism, accountancy and business industries. Located in a vibrant, thriving, and progressive city, our institution offers a unique blend of academic excellence, practical experience, and a global perspective. 

Our programs are designed to equip students with knowledge and skills needed to thrive in dynamic and competitive management and tourism sectors. Whether you aspire to manage a luxury resort, plan exciting travel experiences, lead in the business world, or venture into entrepreneurship, our comprehensive curriculum has you covered. 

Key Highlights:

  1. Industry-Focused and Outcome-Based Programs
  2. Experiential Learning
  3. World-Class and Competent Faculty Members
  4. Global Perspective
  5. State-of-the-Art Facilities
  6. Strong Industry Partnerships and Linkages
  7. Career and Alumni Support

We invite you to explore the endless possibilities that the College of Management and Tourism can offer. Whether you are passionate about creating unforgettable travel experiences or leading businesses to greater heights, we are here to help you turn your dreams into reality and be the best version of yourself.

The University of Batangas College of Business, Accountancy, and Hospitality Management has been recognized by CHED as the Center of Development in Business Administration.


CMT’s mission is to provide quality education in business, accountancy, tourism and hospitality through varied teaching methodologies, research and community-wide services designed to produce globally competitive professionals.


CMT aspires to be a premier learning community in business, accountancy, tourism and hospitality in the country.


• Offer programs that are nationally recognized and in accordance with international standards and compliant with the needs of the industry.
• Utilize new approaches to teaching, learning, and assessment.
• Enhance the instructional delivery of faculty members through utilization of innovative teaching and technology-based strategies.
• Promote consistent use of English as the medium of communication among students and faculty members.
• Reinforce learning delivery and modalities for improved academic performance, particularly in licensure and certification examinations.
• Empower stakeholders to participate in productive and sustainable extension services for community development.
• Ensure continuous improvement and a strong support system for human, physical, and technological resources.
• Ensure alignment with the overall context of the organization.
• Integrate international, intercultural, and global dimensions into the teaching and learning process.
• Promote research output, dissemination and utilization.
• Enrich students’ competencies in academic and co-curricular performance.

This program provides general accounting education to students wanting to pursue a professional career in Accountancy in general and in Public Accounting in particular. Further, this is the program that complies with the latest competency framework for professional accountants issued by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) through their International Education Standards. Thus, this qualifies the graduate of this program to take assessments leading to certifications in Accountancy given by the Professional Regulation Commission - Board of Accountancy (BOA) and other global professional Accountancy organizations.

As a field of study, Accountancy is a profession that involves assurance and audit services for statutory financial reporting, tax-related services, management advisory services, partnering in management decision-making, devising planning and performance and control systems, and providing expertise in financial reporting and control to assist various stakeholders in making decisions.

Accountants should pursue lifelong learning, and continuous professional development. They must be objective, ethical and consider the public interest. They should help colleagues to overcome bias by rooting organizational decision-making and implementation in an evidence base, and by providing empirically tested, objective solutions wherever possible.

Accountancy professionals must pay due regard to the primacy of the organization’s customers and the range of relationships that enable a business to operate. They must also understand the global macro-economic environment to assess information based on its relevance to their organization.

A combination of accounting and financial expertise, business understanding and analytical skills and appropriate business experience means that accountants are practical and grounded in operational reality.

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is a four-year program consisting of three majors namely: Financial Management, Human Resource Development Management, and Marketing Management. The BSBA program aims to develop students who are undeniably knowledgeable and adept in business discipline concepts and fundamentals consistent with industry required competencies. The program will surely help students in developing the business and management competencies they need to have a successful career either in multinational corporations or starting their own company.
The Business Administration Department envisions being the center of excellence in the region in the next five (5) years by promoting strategic, innovative and competitive business programs relevant to the needs of the individual, the community and the society.

The Business Administration Department aims to develop students that are morally upright, competent and well- rounded business leaders and managers by providing them with excellent business education programs.

The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management is a program that aims to produce locally and globally employable graduates equipped with knowledge skills and attitude required by the industry. Students will be trained to be competent in the areas of food and beverage service operation, culinary, food production, lodging and accommodation while keeping abreast with latest products, services and trends in the hospitality and tourism industry. Graduates will be equipped with managerial and entrepreneurial skills with strong social and moral values.

The Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management program is designed for students who wish to be professionals in the tourism industry.

It equips students with business and management skills as well as general knowledge of all the core areas of tourism management, events, hospitality, travel and ecotourism.

A graduate of BS Tourism Management should be able to but not limited to:
• Plan, implement and monitor tours and sales activities
• Research, plan and conduct various tour guiding activities
• Develop appropriate marketing programs and arrange the required travel services
• Plan/organize, implement and evaluate MICE activities
•Plan, develop and evaluate tourism sites and attractions


Dr. Irene R. De Villa, REB, CTP, CGSP, PPA, FRIM, AFBE
[email protected]
College Dean


Mr. Noelito M. Sales, MBA, CPA, LPT, CTT
[email protected]

Mr. Dhing L. Patulot, MBA, CMITAP
[email protected]
Business Administration and Entrepreneurship

Mila M. dela Cruz , MSHRM , CHP , CGSP
[email protected]
Hospitality Management

Ma. Carolina R. Martinez, MSTM, CGSP, FRIHosM, CTMP
[email protected]
Tourism Management


Ms. Darlene Mangumpit
College Secretary

Mr. Anthony A. Adaro
Laboratory Custodian

BS in Real Estate Management

Dr. Irene R. De Villa, REB, CTP, CGSP, PPA, FRIM, AFBE
Ms. Carmina Castillo, RN, JD, REB
Atty. Gerald Resuello Bowe, REB, REA

BS in Entrepreneurship

Dr. Irene R. De Villa, REB, CTP, CGSP, PPA, FRIM, AFBE
Dr. Michael B. Rodriguez
Mr. Ericson Mendoza, FRISB, CLSSBB

BS in Accountancy

Mr. Noelito M. Sales, MBA, CPA, LPT, CTT
Mr. Alejo Bulanadi, CPA
Atty. Jordan Jalbuna, CPA
Ms. Nizhel Pimentel, MBM, CPA
Ms. Kim Nicole Reyes, MBM, CPA, CTT

BS in Business Administration

Mr. Dhing L. Patulot, MBA, CMITAP
Ms. Elsie Niña M. Bonito, MBA, LPT
Mr. Rodel F. Fano, MBA
Dr. Joseph Paulo Receno, PhD
Ms. Liza F. Dimaculangan, MBA
Ms. Carmina Castillo, RN, JD, REB

BS in Hospitality Management

Ms Alfie V. Lindo ,MBA,CHP,CGSP
Ms. Jinky Asugui, MBM ,CHP,CGSP,LPT
Ms. Jessica Marie Roxas

BS in Tourism Management

Ms. Mary Joy O. De Castro, MSTM, CTP, CGSP, LPT
Ms. Katrina Leyesa, CATP, CGSP
Ms.Cristina Elaura Maria Roxas


• PACUCOA Level 1 Accreditation in BS Tourism Management
• PACUCOA Level 1 Accreditation in BS Business Administration
• PACUCOA Level 1 Accreditation in BS Accountancy


• Amadeus – Global Distribution System
• Global Professional Advancement (micro credentialing)
• American Hotel and Lodging Association (Certified Guest Service Professional)

College of Management and Tourism (CMT)
University of Batangas Lipa City
Gov. Feliciano Leviste Road, Marawoy, Lipa City
+63 43 723-1446 local 814
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/UBLC.CMT

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