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TOMAS CLAUDIO COLLEGES

Morong, Rizal
COURSE SYLLABUS IN IT 12
INTEGRATED APPLICATION SOFTWARE
Vision of the Institution
Tomas Claudio Colleges aspires to be a community-based institution of learning, dedicated to academic excellence, employing democratic and ideal leadership to deliver
educational services geared towards the attainment of quality life among its clientele.
Mission of the Institution
Tomas Claudio Colleges will
provide opportunities for professional growth and development of entrepreneurial skills and competencies;
pursue its commitment to academic excellence through the development and inculcation of Claudian values such as personal discipline and love of God to promote
community service-oriented graduates.
Core Values of the Institution

Integrity - doing what you say; when your action is one with your words.
Creativity - demonstrating your innate ability to transform your dream into reality.
Leadership - taking the cudgel in the march to achievement and progress; inspiring his constituents to follow the lead!
Competence - sharpening our skills and the arts for our search for academic excellence.
Social Responsibility - accepting the cross to advance the cause of the organization.
Nationalism - instilling in every mind and heart love of country.
Environmental Concern - nurturing and caring for our one and only planet Earth.

Vision of the Program

Mission of the Program

Objectives of the Program

Course Code: IT 12
Course Description:

Course Title: Integrated Application Software

Number of Units: 3

Course Classification:
-

Required for Bachelor of Science in Computer Science


General Education subject
Prerequisite/s: IT 11

Level of Performance of Outcomes Statements:

Course Content /
Subject Matter

Factual
(Memory of Facts)
describe, match, outline,
recall, enumerate, label,
name

Course Outcomes
Relational
(Seeing relationships
among ideas)
analyze, apply, compare,
contrast, discuss, explain,
interpret, relate

Extended Understanding
(Creating and extending beyond
what is taught)
create, criticize, decide, design,
formulate, generalize, generate,
hypothesize, integrate, justify,
reflect, synthesize, theorize

Teaching and Learning


Methods
simulation, role playing,
experimental, laboratory
works, fieldwork, selfdirected learning (peertutoring)

Reference Texts:

Internet References:

Date Adopted:

2nd Semester, School Year 2015-2016

Grading System:
Class Standing
60%
Attendance
5%
Project
15%
Recitation
20%
Quizzes
20%
Examination (Prelim, Midterm, Semi-Final, Finals) 40%
100%

Prepared by:

Consultation Hours: ____________________________

Grading Scales:
Grade Point
Equivalence
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3

Equivalence (%)

Approved by:

100
98 99
97
95 96
94
93
92
91
89 90
88
87
86
85
83 84

Grade Point
Equivalence
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
3.0
5.0
AW
UW
NCA
NG
NC

Equivalence (%)
82
81
80
79
77 78
76
75
<75 failed
Authorized Withdrawal
Unauthorized Withdrawal
No Credit Due to Absences
No Grade
No Credit

JOSELITO C. DACUMOS
Dean, Information Technology Department