Degree Program:

 Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) - the study of utilization of computers and computer software to plan, install, customize, operate, manage, administer and maintain information technology infrastructure.


Program description:

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) program prepares students to be IT professionals, be well versed on application installation, operation, development, maintenance and administration, and familiar with hardware installation, operation, and maintenance.

Specific professions/careers/occupations or trades that the graduates of these programs may pursue. – After satisfactorily completing all the requirements leading to a BSIT degree, students may qualify for but not limited to the following entry level positions:

• Applications developer

• Database Administrator

• Entrepreneur in IT Industry

• Information Security Administrator

• Information Technology Instructor

• Network Administrator

• Network Engineer

• Systems Analyst

• Technical Support Specialist

• Test Engineer

• Web Administrator / Web Master

• Web Developer


Competency Standards – Competency refers to specific skills, knowledge and attitude that may be demonstrated through performance, while standards are common set of expectations. Graduates of BSCS, program, are expected to have acquired but not limited to the following competencies:


                Personal Skills

• Personal-discipline skills

• Critical-thinking skills

• Inter and intra person motivation skills

• Problem solving skills

• Planning and organizing skills

• Ethical thinking

• Entrepreneurial thinking

• Innovative

• Perseverance in pursuing goals and continuous improvement


                Interpersonal Skills

• Team work and collaborative skills

• Oral and written communication skills

• Conflict resolution skills


              Technical Understanding

• Systems analysis and design

• Operation of database, networks and multimedia systems

• Software integration, testing and documentation

• Systems management and administration

• Principles of accounting



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