Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
The Information Technology Education prepares students to be professional and globally competitive. Specially, by the time they graduate are envisioned to:
  1. Implement actual experience in abstract and analytical processes;.
  2. Manifest the personal and social values appropriate to their professional practice;.
  3. Apply technical skills in computer practice;.
  4. Apply appropriate concepts and principles of the profession;.
  5. Adopt to the modern work environment; and.
  6. Possess practical knowledge of how information system (IS) are being installed, operationalized, managed, administered, conceptualized, designed, developed, implemented and maintained.