Computer Studies

The College of Computer Studies (CCS) is a designated Center of Development for information technology education by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). Through the various programs of the college, CCS is committed to students to help them become inventors, software engineers, programmers, analysts, and innovators among other technologically-oriented workforce.

To this end, CCS offers degree programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels. These programs use blended approaches, including face-to-face and online, to implement the blended learning initiatives of the university. Under the banner of the computing discipline, the following programs are offered:

  • MS Computer Science
  • MS Information Technology
  • MS Computer Application
  • BS Computer Applications
  • BS Computer Science
  • BS Information Technology
  • BS Information Systems

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Brief History

The College of Computer Studies (CCS) was formally established through Special Order 511 IIT Series of 2002, Implementing Rules and Regulations for BOR Resolution Number 392 Series of 2002 Authorizing the Operationalization of the Information and Communication Technology Center (ICTC) on October 3, 2002. A month later, on November 6, 2002, an Officer-in-Charge was appointed to oversee its operations.

Organizationally, the School of Computer Studies is one of three (3) units that fan out of the Office of the Information and Communication Technology Center, the others being Computer Facilities and Support Services (CFSS), commonly known as the Computer Center and Office for Client Services (OCS).

The Information and Communication Technology Center, School of Computer Studies included, was created to coordinate and focus IT activities in order to minimize costs as well as maximize benefits from the synergy of the various program components that would significantly contribute to a successful IT programs, among others. Under SCS, the various programs were Computer Science and Computer Applications from the College of Engineering, Information Technology from the College of Business Administration and Accountancy, and Electronics Engineering Technology from the School of Engineering Technology. These departments were virtually removed from their mother units to form SCS, not without misgivings from them. But whatever was lost to the unit concerned was to be the Institute’s gain as we hoped to see the benefits to a more focused implementation of the IT programs.

Vision and Mission

Vision

A Center of Excellence in Information and Communication Technology manned by motivated and highly competent workforce who adheres to Institute policies; equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure; founded on relevant instruction, strong culture of Research & Extension and enhanced resource-generating programs producing highly competitive graduates imbued with professional values.

Mission

Transform the deserving sector of the society into highly competitive graduates who will respond to the needs of the Local and International industries for ICT professionals.

College of Computer Studies is committed to:

  • Develop a highly motivated versatile ICT workforce
  • Offer highly specialized and ladderized programs
  • Keep abreast with state-of-the-art technology
  • Develop a strong culture of research, extension and production

Office of the Dean

 

Position Name
Dean PROF. RABBY Q. LAVILLES
Assistant Dean ASST. PROF.

Department Chairpersons

Department Name
Computer Science ASST. PROF. EMILY S. TABANAO
Information Technology ASST. PROF. MIA AMOR C. TINAM-ISAN
Electronics Engineering Technology ASST. PROF. NERISSA R. ADLAON
Graduate Programs ASST. PROF. ERIK LOUWE R. SALA

Staff

Name Duties and Responsibilities
Chavita G. Del Mar Financial Assistant for CS, IT & CA Income, Fiduciary & GAA / In-Charge of Payroll Transactions
Juvy D. Boniao ESET Student Records Custodian and Financial Assistant for GAA
Jean B. Laput-Fernandez CS Student Records Custodian
Flore Mae B. Fabillaran IT Student Records Custodian
Yvonne Marie A. Sobisol CA Student Records Custodian
Allan P. Bicada Laboratory Technician
Junil P. Rarugal Laboratory Technician
Kristian Kirk L. Origenes Computer Technician
Shiella Mae C. Aya-ay Computer Technician
Rowen Jay B. Obenario Laboratory Technician
Ervin Jasper S. Ardiente Laboratory Technician
Carlo R. Jacinto In-Charge of Sound System

Linkages

The College of Computer Studies has linkages with the following government agencies and private organizations:

 

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Programs & Departments

Computer Science Department

Information Technology Department

Computer Applications Department

Graduate Programs

Programs & Departments

Computer Science Department

Information Technology Department

Computer Applications Department

Graduate Programs

Goal of the College of Computer Studies

The college has strong undergraduate and graduate degree programs in information and communications technology and computer sciences. The college is committed to excellence in teaching, research, and extension. We aim to provide students competitive and quality educational programs and trainings through our many degree programs and activities in research and professional services.

Goal of the College of Computer Studies

The college has strong undergraduate and graduate degree programs in information and communications technology and computer sciences. The college is committed to excellence in teaching, research, and extension. We aim to provide students competitive and quality educational programs and trainings through our many degree programs and activities in research and professional services.

Student Organizations

  • ComSoc: Computer Science Society
  • JITS: Junior Info Tech Society
  • ECETS: Electronics and Computer Engineering Technologist Society

Student's Population

Program Male Female Total
BSECT A 1 0 1
BSCS 72 39 111
BSIS 46 54 100
BSCA 101 86 187
BSIT 137 76 213
BSECT B 2 0 2

Student's Population Chart

Faculty Academic Rank Distribution

Department Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor
COMPUTER SCIENCE 0 3 5 2
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECH 2 3 4 1
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 3 3 7 1
Total 5 9 16 4

Population

Faculty Academic Rank Distribution

Department Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor
COMPUTER SCIENCE 0 3 5 2
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECH 2 3 4 1
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 3 3 7 1
Total 5 9 16 4

Population

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