The University is currently seeking approval from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to operate the First Year Level of the program Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology through the College of Business and Accountancy effective Academic Year 2009-2010.
Meanwhile, an upcoming short-term course called BLesD (Baking Lesson for the Deaf) – Food Technology Class for the Deaf is scheduled to be offered from April 13-25, 2009. This is in partnership with the Welcome Home Foundation, Inc. The BLesD program is the second short-term course after the CHIP (Computer for the Hearing Impaired Program). BLesD will be handled by the College of Business and Accountancy through the Hotel and Restaurant Management Department.