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Bachelor of Science in Customs Administration in the Philippines

The Bachelor of Science in Customs AdministrationĀ is a four-year degree program in the Philippines that will train you in handling import and export operations.

Some examples of courses that you may take while enrolled in this program include:

  • Principles of Management
  • Human Behavior in Organization
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Financial Accounting
  • Basic Finance
  • International Economics
  • Principles of Customs Administration
  • The Relationship of Customs to International Trade
  • Cargo Handling, Port Operation, and Law on Common Carriers
  • Freight Forwarding and Non-vessel Operating Common Carriers
  • Warehousing in General
  • Customs Administrative and Judicial Proceedings
  • Forms, Documentations, Customs Procedures, and Practices and Professional Customs Broker Practices
  • Ethics in Customs Brokers Profession
  • The Philippine Tariff System and its Principles
  • Classification, Examination, and Appraisal of Imported Articles
  • Basis of Dutiable Value
  • Import Taxation
  • Liquidation of Import Duties
  • Special Duties, Flexible Clause, and other Trade Agreements
  • Tariff Laws and Jurisprudence

In addition to taking the subjects mentioned above, you may also undergo an On-the-Job Training at companies or agencies involved in import and export such asĀ the Bureau of Customs, Department of Finance, Philippine Ports Authority, Civil Aeronautics Board, Philippine Economic Zone Authority, and Department of Trade and Industry to name a few.


Qualified graduates of can find employment as any of the following:

  • Declarant
  • Customs Examiner Appraiser
  • Air/Sea Cargo Handling Documentation Clerk
  • Bank employee
  • College Instructor
  • Customs Broker

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