Applied Deaf Studies
Bachelor in Applied Deaf Studies – Business Entrepreneurship (BAPDST – BE)
This course is for you if you want to be your own boss while providing opportunities for others to earn and live and decent lives.
You will learn to:
- set-up, operate and manage small- to medium-level businesses;
- produce food and non-food products; and
- develop competencies in bookkeeping, accounting and office management.
The Applied Deaf Studies program empowers Deaf young adults to become productive and active members of society. The program aims to develop Benildean leader-advocates who are competitive, capable, and committed in making positive contributions to their community, industries, and the nation at large.
By developing competitive skills, and expertise, students will be given the confidence and competence to become gainfully employed, perform effectively in the workplace or be able to start their own business.
The Business Entrepreneurship track prepares students to set up, operate and manage small-to medium-level businesses. Students learn techniques in producing food and non-food products and also develop competencies in the areas of bookkeeping, accounting, and office management.
Sign Language Instructor