Every aspect of human life is touched by the continuously growing Information Technology (IT) landscape. There is software and/or hardware for nearly everything that we do, be it learning in school, working at the office or at home, communicating with people here and abroad, accessing entertainment media, and connecting with others through social media.
College of Information Technology Education
Computer science and information technology graduates find jobs in a wide range of careers including application and game development, web programming, network administration and security, and database administration, service management, software engineering. Since computers are becoming more prevalent, computer science and information technology jobs are available in almost every field.
Enroll in any one of our IT programs, and gain practical knowledge and critical skills to be able to effectively perform in this evolving profession. Our programs provide a good balance between theory and hands-on exploration of IT-related tools.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Level II 1st Reaccredited Status
The core of the BSCS curriculum will provide you with the knowledge and skills concerning the concepts and theories, algorithmic foundations, implementation and application of information and computing solutions. In addition, the BSCS program offers two specialization tracks: animation and game development and software development.
Animation and Game Development Track
This track focus on the tools and techniques required to understand and use the components of design, drawing, 2D and 3D asset creation, animation, and storyboarding, programming for game as well as development in preparation for entering the interactive entertainment industry.
- 3D character animator
- Game Programmer
- Game Designer
- Game Graphic Artist
- Web Designer
- Web Programmer
- 2D Animator
- 3D Animator
- Unity Developer
Software Development Track
The Software Development track prepares students to become professional software engineers. Students learn the concepts and techniques required to successfully design and implement complex software systems. The courses in this track emphasize understanding of computer systems, their operation, and performance, as well as core software engineering principles including requirements definition, user experience design, quality assurance, and project management.
- Application Software Developer
- Database Programmer/Designer
- QA Specialist
- Systems Analyst
- Software Product Manager
- Software Development Manager
- Software Project Manager
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Level II 1st Reaccredited
The coursework under this program is designed to give you a solid foundation in the study of the use of computers and computer software in planning, installing, customizing, operating, managing, administering and maintaining Information technology infrastructure to address the needs of an organization. The program prepares graduates to address various users’ needs involving selection development, application, integration and management of computing technologies within an organization.
In addition, the BSIT program offers three specialization tracks: Web and Mobile Application Development, Network Administration and Security Management, Service Management for BPO.
Web and Mobile Application Development Track
The concentration in Web Application Development introduces the fundamental concepts of web applications, providing a comprehensive coverage of both client-side and server-side development.
- Front End Web & Mobile App Developer
- Back End Web & Mobile App Developer
- Database Administration/Mining/Analytics
- Human-computer interaction specialist
- Database designer/administrator
- Content management system manager
Network Administration and Security Management Track
The Network Administration degree program is designed to prepare students for a career in the networking field, dealing with Cisco equipment specifically. The program curriculum covers planning, implementing, managing, and troubleshooting a network infrastructure. Topics include Microsoft client & server operating systems, Unix client & server operating systems, PC hardware, network hardware, routing, security, and server applications, network troubleshooting, and network development.
Service Management for BPO Track
The curriculum for the Service Management for BPO covers a balance of functional areas, which increases competencies in critical thinking, communication, service culture, and computer literacy. It broadens the knowledge and skills needed in both local and international business environment. It prepares students for important roles in a varied and global field of service management.
- Technical Support Representative
- Customer Service Representative
- Desktop Support Engineers
- Network Administrators
- Business Analyst
- Employee Relations Associate
Associate in Computer Technology
This is a two-year course, which will equip students with the necessary technical skills for an entry-job in computer technology involving either software programmer or computer networks. Should you wish to further your education and career options, this program will provide you with the basic skills and experience required to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
- Computer Or Electronics Repair Specialist
- Computer Support Technician,
- Computer Programmer
- Computer System Specialist
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F. Vergel de Dios Street, Baliuag, Bulacan
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