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Chair: Ivar Nelson Bingcang Objectives 1. To provide our graduates with a broad-based education that will form the basis for personal growth and life-long learning. 2. To provide our graduates with a quality technical education that will equip them for productive careers in the field of Information Technology. 3. To provide our students with the communication skills and social and ethical awareness requisite for the effective and responsible practice of their professions. 4. To maintain a diverse student population and actively promote an environment in which students from all groups, including the traditionally under-represented, may successfully pursue the study of Information Technology. 5. To maintain a qualified and dedicated faculty who actively pursue excellence in teaching. BS-IT Program Outcomes : To complete the program of study for the BS in Information Technology, every student will 1. Demonstrate practical hands-on expertise in selection, installation, customizing and maintenance of the state-of-the-art computing infrastructure. 2. Demonstrate practical proficiency in selection, installation, customizing and maintenance of the state-of-the-art software systems. 3. Demonstrate general understanding of at least one field where Information Technology plays a central role. 4. Demonstrate understanding of the social and ethical concerns of the practice of Information Technology. 5. Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively in teams. 6. Demonstrate effective communication skills. 7. Demonstrate familiarity with fundamental ideas and issues in the arts, humanities and social sciences. Admission Requirements NSAT Rating: 50% RETENTION REQUIREMENTS Either and over-all GPA of 2.5 or above a GPA of 2.8 or above in curriculum major, no major subject with a grade lower than B-. Remedial Requirements Students who fail in any major subject must repeat the subject, retake the final exam or complete other requirements. If they fail because of absences, the subject has to be repeated. Student Load 1. Maximum load of a student: 97-100 % 93-96 89-92 85-88 81-84 77-80 75-76 2. 3.


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Only graduating students are allowed to take an overload upon the recommendation of the department chair. OJT should taken alone and only during summer sessions to provide for ample time for students to accomplish the required OJT hours.

0 and a GPA of 2.On The Job Training requirements Students should have accomplished all Major subjects before they will be allowed to go on OJT.5 21. Completion of all academic requirements. 4.5 Second Semester BSIT 113 BSIT 114 RELB 113 ENGL 102 FILI 122 PHED 23 Summer MATH 111 VOED 101 MUCH 106 7 Programming II / OOP IT Elective I Christian Beliefs Communication Arts II Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik Physical Education II NSTP II 6 3 3 3 3 2 3 College Algebra Food Production Ministry of Music 3 2 2 FIRST YEAR . Graduation Requirements 1.5 or above in all major subjects. The Capstone project should be bound and signed by the advisers and panelist. Defended successfully the Capstone project. General Grade Point Average of not less than 2. COURSE OFFERING: Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (175) FIRST YEAR First Semester BSIT 101 IT Fundamentals 3 101 IT Fundamentals 3 BSIT ENGL RELB FILI PHED 102 101 110 111 Programming 1 Communication Arts I Life and Teachings of Jesus Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino PE I NSTP I 6 3 3 3 2 1. 2. Accomplished the required number of hours for the OJT program. 3.

SECOND YEAR First Semester BSIT 211 BSIT 212 RELB 124 SOSC 102 PHYS 311 HIST 101 FILI 203 PHED 22 Computer Organization DBMS I Philosophy of Adventist Education Politics Governance w/ Phil. Constitution Earth Science Philippine History Masining na Pagpapahayag Physical Education III 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 Second Semester BSIT 213 BSIT 214 SOSC 302 BIOL 100 RELB 220 LITT 201 PHED 23 Summer PHIL 100 SOSC 201 Network Management DBMS II Basic Economics with TAR Biological Science Daniel and Revelation Philippine Literature Physical Education IV 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 General Philosophy Life and Works of Rizal THIRD YEAR 3 3 6 First Semester BSIT 311 BSIT 312 BSIT 313 BSIT 314 PHIL 222 MATH 115 ENGL 202 21 Second Semester BSIT 315 BSIT 316 BSIT 317 MATH 112 RELB 216 LITT 404 SOSC 202 20 Summer PYSC 111 RELB 123 Web Development Operating Systems Applications IT Elective II Free Elective I Professional Ethics College Trigonometry Reading and Speech 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Systems Analysis and Design Multi-media Development Software Engineering Introduction to Statistics Personal Evangelism Word Literature Society and Culture w/ Family Planning (HIV/AIDS) 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 General Psychology w/ Drug Prevention Denominational History 3 3 6 .

Electives BSIT 314 Free Elective I 3 114 313 412 413 IT Elective I (visual basic) IT Elective II IT Elective III IT Elective IV 3 3 3 3 (9) 101 102 113 211 215 212 213 214 311 312 222 315 316 317 411 414 IT Fundamentals Programming I Programming II Computer Organization Discrete Mathematics DBMS I Network management DBMS II Web Development Operating Systems Applications Professional Ethics Systems Analysis and Design Mulit-media Development Software Engineering OJT Capstone Project 3 6 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 (12) (68) (26) (60) . Internal Requirements C. Major Courses BSIT BSIT BSIT BSIT BSIT BSIT BSIT BSIT BSIT BSIT PHIL BSIT BSIT BSIT BSIT BSIT D.FOURTH YEAR First Semester BSIT 411 Second Semester BSIT 412 BSIT 413 BSIT 414 BSIT 415 BSIT 416 15 OJT IT Elective III IT Elective IV Capstone Project Free Elective II Free Elective III 9 3 3 3 3 3 SUMMARY A. General Education Requirements B. Cognates BSIT BSIT BSIT BSIT E.

vectors and Linked List. presentation. references. Topics include Arrays. methods. iteration. The chief objective of this course is to allow students without a background in computer programming to become proficient programmers through learning the Java programming language. skdesign concepts re BSIT 315 Systems Analysis and Design (3 units). relations and sets. File organizations. Prerequisite – BSIT 320 . and implementation and maintenance. Streams and file I/O. This subject is a continuation of Introduction to Programming Using Java. In addition. Topics include functions.MATH 111 BSIT 212 DBMS I (3 units). the syntax for classes and inheritance. BSIT 102 Programming I (6 units). word processing. design. Upon completion of the course. as well as proficiency in modern tools for communication.BSIT 113 BSIT 215 Discrete Mathematics (3 units).BSIT 113 This course provides a fundamental understanding of the tools. input-output organization. components and business organizations. recursions. Topics will include syntax. arrays. Topics Include and introduction to assembly language. students will better understand the appropriate application of technology to problem solving and have an increased ability to learn and explore new technologies with confidence. This course aims to equip students with the basic concepts and methods used in the analysis. BSIT 113 Programming II (6 units).BSIT 415 BSIT 416 Free Elective II Free Elective III 3 3 175 units Total number of units required for the degree COURSE DESCRIPTIONS BSIT 101 Information Technology Fundamentals (3 units). The course serves as an introduction to the basic hardware requirements for building a computer system. basics of counting and introduction to digital logic and digital systems. This course introduces the foundations of mathematics as they apply to computer science. Exception handling and Event Driven programming. CPU hardwired and micro programmed control design. data types. addressing modes and instruction sets. Java package APIs. multithreading. conditional expressions. If time allows. The primary goals of this course are exposure to important areas of information technology including ethics and the impact of information technology on society. Prerequisites. some time may be spent on topics such as graphical programming and GUIs. It involves a theoretical study of system concepts. spreadsheets. This subject teaches advanced topics in object oriented programming. Two-tier architecture. It includes a BCMP 311 Web Development (3 units) Prerequisites . relational database management systems.BSIT 103 BSIT 213 Network Technology and Management (3 units) Prerequisites – BSIT 103 This course provides an in depth discussion of computer networks.BSIT 101 BSIT 211 Computer Organization (3 units). relational model. and other information processing. Prerequisites. three-tier architecture and development tools are also discussed. and deployment of information systems in organizations. and query languages are addressed in detail. database application software design and implementation. This course covers basic issues in data modeling. unique aspects of programming with Java will be discussed including object-oriented methods. Prerequisite. Since this is an introductory course. etc. Prerequisites. basic logic. proof techniques. several non-Java-specific topics will be included such as basic software engineering and debugging techniques.

At the end of the course. The capstone project/research course allows students to apply the knowledge and skills acquired in their courses to their school or district environment. Prequisites –BSIT 102 BSIT 411 On the Job Training (3 units). This course introduces students to the basic concepts. Students are encouraged to select projects that are of particular interest to them and that will result in professional growth and benefit their . BSIT are gauged with the amount and quality of work outputs. the students should be able to submit a software project complete with technical documents. Requirements analysis. principles and dynamics of software engineering. Work-knowledge. testing and implementation. where skills and knowledge are learned through work exposure: an actual learning environment outside the classroom. Professionalism. BSIT 412 Capstone Project (3 units).BSIT 316 Multi-media Development (3 units). namely. Quality and Quantity of OJT Output. design. It involves the study of methodologies and techniques. Paired with individual professionalism that the students exercise in the workplace. The practicum module emphasizes on Work-Knowledge. and the construction of models at each major software development phase. OJT is an Internship program dealing with the following aspects.