Information Technology

The Information Technology (IT) program is designed to bridge the gap between computer science and management information systems.


  1. Exhibit skills, knowledge and leadership to excel in their information technology careers and related discipline.
  2.  Exhibit high standard of professionalism who are effective members of multi-discipline development teams
  3.  Involved in scholarly activities, research and outreach that contributes to the improvement and transformation of society
  4.  Demonstrate ethical, professional, spiritual values, and social responsibility associated with their Information Technology careers and related professions.
  5.  Exhibit proficiency in the use of traditional and digital media arts, designing, developing and implementing digital media solutions in fields of entertainment and corporate environments.


The graduates have the ability to

a) articulate and  discuss the  latest developments  in the  specific field  of practice.    (Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) level 6 descriptor)  (Graduate Outcomes:  CS 10, IS 10, IT13).
b) effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino (Graduate Outcomes:  CS08,  1508,  IT10).
c) work effectively  and  independently  in   multi-disciplinary  and multi-cultural teams. (PQF level 6 descriptor) (Graduate Outcomes:  CS07, ISO?, IT08).
d) act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility (Graduate Outcomes:CS09, 1509,  IT12)
e) preserve and promote “Filipino  historical  and cultural heritage” (based  on RA 7722).

The graduates of BSCS, BSIS, and BSIT must have the ability to

a) analyze complex problems, and   identify and   define the computing requirements   needed  to  design  an  appropriate solution  (Graduate Outcomes:CS02, 1502-03,  IT03).
b) apply  computing   and  other  knowledge  domains  to  address real-world  problems (Graduate Outcomes:  CSO 1,  1501,  IT01).
c) design and  develop computing solutions using  a system-level perspective  (Graduate  Outcomes:  CS03-05,  1504-05,  IT05).
d) utilize modern computing tools  (Graduate  Outcomes:   CSOS, ISOS,  IT07).

Based on CHED Memo Order No. 25 s. 2015
Effective: Academic Year 2018-2019

Curriculum Rationale:

The computing field has grown enormously and is described as dynamic. It encompasses computer engineering, software engineering, computer science, information systems, and information technology.   Based on the Guidelines for the Implementation of CMO 46 s 2012 which implements the shift to learning competency-based standards/outcomes-based education” the Commission released CMO 25 s 2015 last August 2015 that integrates the outcomes-based education.  It specifies the “core competencies” expected of graduates of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS), Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS) and Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT).  The Commission recognizes the need to be responsive to the current needs of the country and in order to face the challenges of advancement.  It is essential and important that the country’s computing capability be continually developed and strengthened. In this PSG it clearly defines the area of focus for each field, common outcomes for each discipline and new GE for K-12 program.

In the PSG it defines the BSIT program that 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.

The BSIT program prepares students to work on information security, network architecture, database administration, systems administration, and computer support.

Curriculum Description:

  • The BSIT curriculum includes basic and advanced courses on planning, development, integration, and management of information technology infrastructure that provide computing solutions to address the needs of organizations.
  • The curriculum should include courses that cover Knowledge Areas as recommended in ACM Information Technology Curricula 2008
  • Defines eleven (11) Knowledge Areas:
– Information Technology Fundamentals
– Human Computer Interaction
– Information Assurance and Security
– Information Management
– Integrative Programming and Technologies
– Networking
– Platform Technologies
– Systems Administration and Maintenance
– Systems Integration and Architecture
– Social and Professional Issues
– Web Systems and Technologies

The embodiment of Information Technology Students is enriched through camaraderie as they strengthen their bonds with each year level. Through different outreach activities and as well as the college and university, the members of this organization gets to meet and gather ideas to come up and be able to fulfill the mission of this organization, thus, giving them ample knowledge that could help them build a better personality through working together.

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)


Graduate Outcomes


Apply knowledge of computing, science, and mathematics appropriate to the discipline.


Understand best practices and standards and their applications.


Analyze complex problems, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.


Identify and analyze user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation, evaluation and administration of computer-based systems.


Design, implement, and evaluate computer-based systems, processes, components, or programs to meet desired needs   and requirements under various constraints.


Integrate IT-based solutions into the user environment effectively.


Apply knowledge through the use of current techniques, skills, tools and practices necessary for the IT profession.


Function effectively as a member or leader of a development team recognizing the different roles within a team to accomplish a common goal.


Assist in the creation of an effective IT project plan.


Communicate effectively with the computing community and with society at large about complex computing activities through logical writing, presentations, and clear instructions.


Analyze the local and global impact of computing information technology on individuals, organizations, and society.


Understand professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities in the utilization of information technology.


Recognize the need for and engage in planning self-learning and improving performance as a foundation for continuing professional development.

An academic program for an era of rapidly changing technology

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