Bachelor of Science in Information Technology



The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) includes the study of the utilization of both hardware and software technologies involving planning, installing, customizing, operating, managing and administering, and maintaining information technology infrastructure that provides computing solutions to address the needs of an organization.


The program prepares graduates to address various user needs involving the selection, development, application, integration and management of computing technologies within an organization.



The BSIT program aims to produce a graduate who: 

1.utilizes methodologies, standards and tools skillfully in developing IT solutions;

2.copes with the demands of the industry;

3.embodies desirable personal and professional attributes;

4. generates significant researches on emerging technologies and client needs;

5. promotes IT-related activities geared toward sustainable community development; and

6. applies leadership skills in software development or network administration.



Graduates of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology must  be:

1. Able to apply knowledge of computing fundamentals, technical concepts and practices, best practices, methodologies and standards in developing solution models from defined problems and requirements;

2. Create, select, adapt, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern computing tools to different computing activities;

3. Able to formulate a project plan, design and evaluate possible solutions for computing problems with consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental issues; and develop and effectively deploy IT-based solutions into the user environment, and administer and maintain IT systems;

4. Recognize the need, and have the ability to engage in independent learning to cope with the fast-changing technologies and the demands of the industry and clients;

5. Embody desirable personal and professional attributes and commit to responsibilities and norms of professional computing practice;

6. Identify, research literature and analyze user needs and emerging trends to solve information technology problems;

7. Promote IT-related activities geared toward sustainable community development as a communal responsibility with appropriate consideration for societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues; and

8. Communicate effectively with the computing community and with the society and function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.


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