College of Computer Studies

Overview

The College being the Center of Development for several years now offers well-formed and proven degree program provided industry with excellent graduates since 2002.

With the increasing use of computers, College of Information Technology, a technologically advanced college that continuously promotes innovation, is responsive to the fast changing world. This college is for those who are interested in enhancing and upgrading their knowledge in IT and those who are already familiar with IT.

Goal of the College of Information Technology

To provide quality instruction and engage in research, extension and resource generation in the field of Information Technology.

MASTER IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

The Master in Information Technology (MIT) program is a graduate degree which emphasizes the acquisition of concepts and technologies preparing and enabling the student for the industrial practice of system integration, systems administration, systems planning, systems implementation and other activities that maintain the integrity and proper functionality of a computer-based system and its components.

Program Description

The Master in Information Technology (MIT) program is a graduate degree which emphasizes the acquisition of concepts and technologies preparation of concepts and technologies preparing and enabling the student for the industrial practice of system integration, system administration, system planning, systems implementation and other activities that maintain the integrity and proper functionality of a computer-based system and its components.

the academic program, MIT, is a degree offered to faculty members and interested enrollee whose aim is to obtain a masters degree in the field of Information Technology

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

To Strengthen the ICT capability of region in Terms of manpower resources to promote the growth of Information and Communication Technology;
to develop in its students the effective use of Information Technology, solve problems, improve or re-engineer process of organization;
to provide students with theoretical or practical knowledge on various aspects of information systems planning, system implementation, system integration and project management.


Dean

Prof. Jason P. Sermeno, MSCS


Program Head

Prof. Jason P. Sermeno, MSCS

Engr. Roger S. Mission, MSIT


Program Head

SUBJECT OFFERINGS

IT Core/ Foundation Courses 12 Units
MITF 201 Advance Operating System
MITF 202 Advance Data Base System
MITF 203 Advance Software Engineering
MITF 204 Technology and Project Management
IT Specialization Courses 9 Units
MITF 205 Advance Computer Networks
MITF 206 Advance Data Structure And Algorithm
MITF 207 Advance Web Design and Development
Elective/Cognate Courses 9 Units
MITF 208 Theory of Programming Language
MITF 209 Multi Media Systems
MITF 210 IT Enabled Business
Capstone Project 6 Units
MIT 301 Capstone Project 1
MIT 301 Capstone Project 2

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology is a program designed to develop students in the utilization of computers and computer software to plan, install, customize, operate, manage, administer and maintain information technology infrastructure.

INSTRUCTORS

ALISON JR, RAMON

BARBAZA, JOHNNY E.

CABREROS, JOHN MARK S.

CATANGHAL, RICARDO 

CERVERA, AMANDO II C.

ECRAELA, FEMA ROSE B.

HIPONIA, RONEILITA

MARIN, EDWARD LOUIE M.

MISSION, ROGER

MISTIO, NELLY E.

MISTIO, REYNALDO O.

ORQUIA, JOHN JOWIL

PANAGUITON, VERA A.

PERCY, CARL SPENCE

SABALLA-MARIN, MARY JEZZA M.

SANCHEZ, ROSARIE G.

SECUGAL, KENRICK AGUSTIN S.

SERMENO, JASON P.

VALERA, JACINTO P. 

VILLAR, RAUVEN M.

VILLARUZ, ROBELIA JOY G.

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