Aspiring young women entrepreneurs and leaders may choose any of the 3 specialized program with a 15-unit electives in each track in: Culinary Arts, Fashion Technology, and Product Design and Development.
Students firm up their strong entrepreneurial competencies, business leadership, management and lifelong skills to become successful in their chosen career or industry path in a holistic and sustainable approach through: a) partnerships with notable and highly respected institutions and the best practitioners and Philippine experts in the field and industry (e.g. Center for Culinary Arts, (CCA), Manila; Fashion Institute of the Philippines, FIP; CITEM, DTI, Philippines; Meycauyan Jewellery Industry Association, PCCI; GEW-YES International, Enactus, British Council-Social Active Citizens;; b) the foremost actual operations of their own business venture ; c) support facilities like the Business Centers , Creative Laboratories and Shops (Café Entrep, IRC, Pop Up Shops and the upcoming Entrep Shoppe for 2017-2018 open for all the 3 program tracks to commercially test and sell their final products); d) international exposure programs, short study trips, events organizations, and institutional research and experts engagements (UNESCO EE Net, Bangkok; Bangkok University, Thailand; Woodbury University, LA, USA) ; and other e) relevant supplemental local and global experiential activities and practice (e.g. Catholic University of Korea; ADB/YSDA/YELL; UNCTADD/TISS/Ashoka) to obtain a global business/venture perspective that is highly competitive, fast and efficient, in a cultural, technology, youth and/or poverty market-driven or in disruptive environments, among others.
All program tracks are expected to define and operate their ventures with: a) viable business model; b) commerce and trade value; c) adherence to industry standards; d) acceptability and relevance; d) impact to society and sustainability.