The Business Administration program covers the integration of and interrelationship among the functional areas of business as well as sensitivity to the economic, social, technological, legal and the international environment in which business must operate. Beyond imparting basic business knowledge, the program aims to instill and nurture important qualities and skills in students that are essential for future business leadership and organizational success. It is an interdisciplinary and problem-focused program comprised of three (3) integrated elements: basic business, business core and professional courses. Each business major consists of courses designed to develop the critical thinking, problem-solving, interpersonal communication, quantitative, and computer skills needed by the graduates to successfully serve as leaders in business organizations. The program also addresses contemporary organizational issues such as global competition, continuous quality improvement, good governance, and the relationship between organizations and various organizational forces which are key components of global economy.

Tytana has provided a list of academic policies and procedures that govern the curriculum and academic life of students. These transparent guidelines include, but are not limited to, course requirements, residency, retention, and grading policies. For more details about the policies and procedures per program, students are advised to communicate with their respective colleges.

I. After admission to a particular program at Tytana, all students, regardless of year level, must conform with the following:
1. Maintain good moral character at all times.
2. Adhere to the rules of conduct provided in the Student`s Manual
3. Adhere to the rules, regulations and policies of the college/program where she/he belongs.
4. Act in a manner that upholds the honor, dignity and prestige of Tytana.
II. Requirements to stay in a Program and obtain the corresponding BS degree.
1. General Requirements Applicable to all Programs except BS Accountancy.
1.1 WPA per semester of 80%
1.2 If the WPA is less than 80%, the student will be placed on probation and de-loaded to enroll in only 75% of the total number of subjects/units allowed in the succeeding semester.
1.3 The probationary status will be lifted when the student obtains the required WPA in the succeeding semester.
1.4 If a student under probation obtains a WPA that is lower than 80%, he/she will not be allowed to re-enroll in the same program.
1.5 A student who is disqualified from his/her program will be allowed to shift to another program of his/her preference provided he/she meets the required WPA of all credited subjects of the receiving program/college.
1.6 A disqualified student who does not meet the required WPA of the receiving program/college may be placed on probation by the Dean.
2. Required Major Subject Grade
2.1 All major subject grades should at least be 80%.
2.2 A student who gets less than 80% in a major subject will be placed on probation.
2.3 A student who fails in a major subject twice will be advised to shift to another program in Tytana.
2.4 All elective subjects except foreign language are considered major subjects.
1. For 4-year degree programs - 6 years
2. For 5-year degree programs - 7 years
I. General Requirement
1. Transferees to any program of Tytana should have a WPA of at least 80%
2. Transferees whose WPAs are lower than 80% may be accepted but will be placed on Probationary Status on their entry semester.
II. Crediting of Subjects taken from other schools
1. Minor subjects with grades of at least 80% will be credited
2. Major subjects with grades of at least 85% will be credited
The policies on Retention, Maximum Allowable Residency and Grade Admission Requirements for Transferees shall be effective beginning SY 2014-2015.

The Office of the College Registrar (OCR) of the Manila Tytana Colleges provides parents and guardians information on the academic standing of their children. Every end of each semester, the OCR sends through mail the students’ grade cards to their respective homes, addressed to the parents/guardians.
Committed to protecting the records of its students to the extent required by law, the OCR has established policies and procedures regarding the release of these documents.
The Philippine Republic Act No. 10173 or the “Data Privacy Act of 2012” (DPA) sets forth requirements regarding the privacy of student records. DPA gives students the right to allow or not allow the OCR to release any information from the student records.
In accordance with the DPA, the OCR requires authorization from its students prior to the access and/or release of the grade cards. By signing a consent form, you allow Manila Tytana Colleges, the Office of the College Registrar in particular, to send your grade cards for the previous semester to your parent/s or guardian/s through mail.