The Continuing Education Program consists of short courses designed to instill further skills and knowledge to aspiring or established entrepreneurs. This program provides a comprehensive learning environment through one-on-one instruction. Each course has five sessions (three hours each, 15 hours in total).

    If you are keen to develop a business venture without having to enter college, then the Continuing Education Program is for you. All students will undergo academic consultation and business diagnostic to determine each of their particular learning need.

    The CEP track offer a varied set of tutorial classes on different learning areas: Business Development, Entrepreneurial Management, Marketing Management, Multimedia and Foreign Languages.

    This list is representative of the nature of the One-to-One courses:

    Entrepreneurial Management

    A study of the creative and innovative methods and practices of successful entrepreneurship. Develop an understanding of how to manage growth through planning, budgeting, and execution skills. Heavy emphasis is placed on the venture's core competencies, competitors, customer needs, industry dynamics, available resources, and operating constraints.

    Business Development

    Designed to improve business operations and business capture expansion. Apply business concepts and principles to develop entrepreneurial business goals and strategies, learn the latest trends and techniques in understanding the sales process, develop a new business funnel, market your brand, collect competitive intelligence and, strategize for a capture win.

    Business Law

    A study of the laws and legal institutions in society, emphasizing areas of law relevant to business operations, role of contracts in business; and employment obligations. It includes a study of basic legal concepts and their application, how business entities are created and operated, and ethical implications of law.

    Social Entrepreneurship

    Be exposed to the concept of social entrepreneurship and social enterprises and how social entrepreneurs are transforming society to deliver social impact in their home communities and abroad. Understand the role of measuring impact and how to quantify the social impact for investors, donors, and beneficiaries to help ensure that scarce resources are utilized appropriately.


    The study of financial accounting concepts and theories with an emphasis on the preparation and use of the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows. Coverage involves the process of analyzing, processing, interpreting and communicating financial information to aid in decision making.


    Understand different business taxes and incorporate taxes in their business decision making. To meet this purpose, basic understanding and application of taxation concepts are necessary. By discussing the theory of taxation, students can understand why taxation is necessary and is part of each business venture.

    Business Math

    Use of basic mathematical principles in solving business problems: Simple and compound interest, installment sales, trade and cash discounts, markup percent, pricing, discounting notes and drafts, inventory, financial statement analysis, depreciation, statistics and binary system, taxes, distribution of ownership and profits, insurance, and stocks and bonds.

    Business Economics

    Evaluation of consumer behavior, firms' production decisions, and market power are at the core of the analysis. Introduction to economic analysis, with an emphasis on firms and their operating environment. Pricing and output decisions and cost and profit determination in competitive, imperfectly competitive, and monopolistic markets.

    Financial Management

    Provides an introduction to financial management from both a personal and business perspective. Includes cash flow management, planning for major expenditures, the risks and returns of various investment vehicles, and the costs/benefits of using debt.

    Strategic Management

    Seeks to understand the challenges and the environment in which the business operates, the direction the management intends to head, the strategic plans to for getting the enterprise moving in the intended direction and the tasks of implementing the chosen strategy successfully. Incorporates all functional business areas dealing with organizational challenges. Emphasizes decision-making processes related to strategy formulation and implementation in global settings.

    Brand Management

    Explores strategic and creative decisions to manage, build and measure brands. Focal objectives are to increase understanding on psychological principles in consumer behavior, on issues in planning and evaluating brand strategies, and on appropriate theories, models and tools to make better branding decisions.

    Marketing Strategies

    Focuses on marketing research techniques and tools, and strategies and actions to market a business. This course applies industry trends, identifies emerging customer niches, develops new products and services, and evaluates guerilla, internet and social marketing strategies.

    Personality Development

    This course builds on Self-Mastery. It provides a more apt and practical approach to Personality Development by focusing more on active learning and not neglecting the power of experience .It utilizes tools that are found to be most effective in personality overhaul such as guided exercises on self-realization, and motivational activities that help unblock areas which hinder trust in oneself and others.

    Digital Photography

    Introduces the basic camera functions of DSLR or Bridge camera which prepares the student for advanced photography techniques. Learn the basics in photography such as sharp images, proper exposure, color and composition through the Digital Photography Program.


    Introduces the three areas of video production (pre-production, production and post-production) as well as the contemporary trends and industry’s best practices in the field of professional videography. The course also puts emphasis on the lighting techniques and basic principles of proper storytelling and filmmaking.

  • Cosmic Sonic Arts

    COSMIC SONIC ARTS is a creative music production and mentorship program rooted in individuality, harmony and conscious evolution; partnering and operating under The One School we aim to bring out the best in our students through optimum and superior educational methods and cutting-edge techniques.

    We believe that in the core of every living being lies the soul of a creator and we are here to awaken that part in all our students. Be it aspiring music makers, sound designers, producers and hobbyists alike. We believe in a world without boundaries where the mastery and manipulation of music and vibrations are the keys to growth, self-awareness and wisdom.

    Our current focus is on the mastery of Ableton Live as a primary tool of creation and being able to harness the most out of its functions to aid in bringing out your ideas in the purest yet most efficient ways possible.

    "it is more than a way of life but a means to wake up."

    For classes and fees, visit www.cosmicsonicarts.com.

    For updates and events, visit www.facebook.com/CosmicSonicArts

Jorge Wieneke V
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Jorge Wieneke V (aka similarobjects) is a multi-genre beat-maker/laptop musician/experimental artist. He is currently signed to Local Record Label "Deeper Manila" and "Number Line Records" as well as the Singaporean-based Label "DarkerThanWax". He is also a music professor in De La Salle–College of Saint Benilde, School of Design and Arts where he teaches Electronic Music as a part of the AB Music Production Program.