Information Technology


Program Description


The Bs Information Technology Program Includes The Study Of The Utilization Of Both Hardware And Software Technologies Involving Planning, Installing, Customizing, Operating, Managing And Administering, And Maintaining  Information Technology Infrastructure That Provides Computing Solutions To Address The Needs Of An Organization.  The Program Prepares Graduates To Address Various User Needs Involving The Selection, Development, Application, Integration And Management Of Computing Technologies Within An Organization. [Cmo 25   S.2015] .

General Objectives


The BSCS, BSIT, and BSIT graduates are expected to become globally competent, innovative, and socially and ethically responsible computing professionals engaged in life-long learning endeavors. They are capable of contributing to the country’s national development goals. [CMO 25, s. 2015].

Specific Objectives

  • To apply 100% of information literacy and problem solving skill that support lifelong personal and professional development;
  • To improve the programs’ curriculum in accordance with the CMO Addendum and updates.
  • To enhance and adapt 100% current research/analytical skills and apply them within the I.T. context with involvement in seminars and industry exposure.
  • To have 90% graduates employed in their field of study.

  • Specific Professions/careers/occupations for Graduates

      Primary Job Roles
    • Web and Applications Developer
    • Junior Database Administrator
    • Systems Administrator
    • Network Engineer
    • Junior Information Security Administrator
    • Systems Integration Personnel
    • IT Audit Assistant
    • Technical Supper! Specialist
    • Secondary Job Roles

    • QA Specialist
    • Systems Analyst
    • Computer Programmer


    Program Outcomes

    The minimum standards for the BSCS, BSIS, and BSIT programs are expressed in the following minimum set of graduate outcomes. The graduate outcomes common to all programs, and those common to the discipline are further mapped into the expanded graduate outcomes specific to the sub­ disciplines of CS, IS, and IT, as outlined in Section 63

    • Common to all programs in all types of schools
      The graduates have the ability to
      a) Articulate and discuss the latest developments in the specific field of practice.   (Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) levelS descriptor) (Graduate Outcomes: CS10, IS10, IT13)

      b) Effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino {Graduate Outcomes: CS08, IS08, IT10)
      c) Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and Multi-cultural teams           {PQF level 6   descriptor) (Graduate Outcomes: CS07, IS07, IT08)
      d) Act in recognition of professional, social. And ethical responsibility (Graduate Outcomes: CS09, IS09, IT12)
      e) Preserve and promote "Filipino historical and cultural heritage" (Based on RA 7722)


    Curriculum Description


    General Description

    The curricula for BSCS, BSIS, and BSIT shall include the required GE courses, six (6) core courses common to all programs, professional courses required for

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