Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)
This four-year program is designed to produce analytical and practical professionals with sufficient depth of knowledge in applying, designing, and implementing computer systems. It provides students with fundamental concepts and techniques in software and hardware design with a foundation in programming, algorithm development, computer architecture, operating systems, and networks.
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
This program is designed to provide students the knowledge to successfully apply information technology and its principles. It focuses on business, communication and technology, in-depth knowledge in systems analysis and design, computer programming, database development, network technology, web technology, and project planning.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCoE)
This five-year degree program is designed to allow students to acquire substantial knowledge and understanding of computer languages, programming and software engineering, and a good grasp of the operational concepts and methods of hardware and software systems.
2-Year Associate in Computer Technology (ACT)
This program aims to provide students with the basic computing skills necessary for professional work in information technology. The preparation for information technology work is acquired through its courses on programming, data structures, computer organization, database management systems, and systems analysis and design. Intensive hands-on programming projects are integrated into the major subjects to hone the analytical, programming, and critical thinking skills of the students.