City College of Angeles - Institute of Computer Studies and Library Information Science

BS Computer Science

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) - the study of concepts and theories, algorithmic foundations, implementation and application of information and computing solutions. It prepares students to be IT professional and researches and to be proficient in designing and developing computing solutions.

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) program prepares students to be IT professionals and researchers, and to be proficient in designing and developing computing solutions.

Specific professions/careers/occupations or trades that the graduates of these programs may pursue. - After satisfactorily completing all the requirements leading to a BSCS, students may qualify for but not limited to the following entry positions:

  • Applications Developer
  • Computer Science Instructor
  • Database Programmer/Designer
  • Information Security Engineer
  • Quality Assurance Engineer
  • Researcher
  • Systems Developer
  • Systems Analysts

The curriculum is based on the standards set by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and is benchmarked from the curricula of leading academic institutions, national and international, offering similar business programs and addresses the needs of the industry.

The curriculum is embedded with PC Operations NC II, Technical Drafting NC II and Programming NC IV TVET Qualifications.

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BS Information System

The Bachelor of Science in Information System (BSIS) - is the study of design and implementation of solutions that integrate information technology with business processes. The BSIS shall replace the Bachelor of Science in Information Management System (BSIM) program.

The Bachelor of Science in Information System (BSIS) program prepares students to be IT professionals and be expert on design and implementation of IS for business processes.

Specific professions/careers/occupations or trades that the graduates of these programs may pursue. - After satisfactorily completing all the requirements leading to a BSCS, students may qualify for but not limited to the following entry positions:

  • Applications Developer
  • Database Administrator
  • Enterpreneur IT Industry
  • Information Security Administrator
  • Information Technology Instructor
  • Network Adminsitrator
  • Network Engineer
  • Technical Support Specialist
  • Test Engineer
  • Web Administrator / Web Master
  • Web Developer

The curriculum is based on the standards set by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and is benchmarked from the curricula of leading academic institutions, national and international, offering similar IT programs and addresses the needs of the industry.

The curriculum is embedded with PC Operations NC II, Bookkeeping NCIII and Programming NC IV TVET Qualifications.

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Bachelor of Library Information Science

The Library and Information Science (LIS) curriculum provides for the study of theory, principles, and practices necessary for the provision of quality and professional library and information services that will make it responsive to the challenges of the new technologies as well as in keeping with the need to make LIS professionals globally competent

The program aims to:

  • equip the professional with the composite knowledge, skills and tools to enable him/her to be responsive to the changing information needs of society that is reflective of Christian values
  • prepare graduates for Library and Information Science for the challenges of the profession emphasizing the development and competencies which should be used in the practice of the profession; and
  • provide prospective information professionals with in-depth knowledge of the context and specified skills essential for effective librarianship

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