About Us


Vision

An Academic Centers of Excellence in Computing Sciences

Mission

To provide quality education towards professional development and global competitiveness of graduates in Computing Sciences

Goals

The graduates are globally competitive, morally upright, innovative and socially responsible professionals engaged in research, extension and resource generation activities.

Objectives

  •  Analyze complex problems, identify and define the computing requirements needed to design an appropriate solution;
  •  Apply computing and other knowledge domains to address real-world problems;
  •  Design and develop computing solutions using a system-level perspective;
  •  Manipulate modern computing tools;
  •  Work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multicultural teams; and
  •  Conduct research, extension and resource generation activities

Academics


Admission Requirements

College of Computing Sciences Admission Requirements.

New First Year Students
  • IFSU Entrance Exam Result
  • Form 138-A Report Card (original)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character from school last attended (original)
  • Two (2) passport-size colored ID picture (taken recently, with name tag and white background)
  • Two (2) long white folders (for the College)
  • PSA/NSO-issued birth certificate (photocopy)
  • Marriage certificate for married students (photocopy)
New Transferee Student
  • IFSU Entrance Exam Result
  • Transfer Credentials (original copy)
  • True copy of Grades (original copy)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character from school last attended (original)
  • Two (2) passport-size colored ID picture (taken recently, with name tag and white background)
  • Two (2) long white folders (for the College)
  • PSA/NSO-issued birth certificate (photocopy)
  • Marriage certificate for married students (photocopy)

College Programs

College of Computing Sciences Program Offerings

  • Associate in Computer Technology(ACT)

    It is a program that is normally taken over a minimum of two years. Students or graduates of other degree programs who wish to pursue a computing profession may also enroll in this program. The ACT may be considered as initial entry program, although not exactly equivalent to the first two years of the baccalaureate degree programs BSCS, BSIT, BSIS and BSEEMC (CHED)

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology(BSIT)

    The BS Information Technology program 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 the organization.

    The program prepares graduates to address various user needs involving the selection, development, application, integration and management of computing technologies within an organization. (CMO # 25 s. 2015)

    Primary Job Roles

    • Web and Applications Developer
    • Junior Database Administrator
    • Systems Administrator
    • Network Engineer
    • Junior Information Security Administrator
    • Systems Integration Personnel
    • IT Audit Assistant
    • Technical Support Specialist

    Secondary Job Roles

    • QA Specialist
    • System Analyst
    • Computer Programmer

    Other Career Opportunities

    • IT Instructor / Teacher (Senior & Junior High)
    • Military and Uniform Personnel (PNP, BFP, PCG, BJMP)

College Prospectus

Effective Present SY

Associate in Computer Technology(ACT)
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Bachelor of Science in Information Technology(BSIT)
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Faculty Profile


College of Computing Sciences Faculty Profile

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Aydinan, Anna Leah B.

Assistant Professor II

leighabuyayo_83@yahoo.com.ph

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Binwek, Monchito L.

Instructor I

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Bumidang, Cherry Ann H.

N/A

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Bunoan, Rhoda S.

Associate Professor I, College Dean

rsbunoan@yahoo.com

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Cablinan, Alma P.

Instructor I

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Cablinan, Romeo P.

Instructor III

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Caro, Stradivary D.

Instructor III

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Corpus, Myle Melody D.

Instructor I

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Doculan, Jo Ann D.

Associate Professor I

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Galeon, Dario H.

Instructor I

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Ligmayo, Warren G.

Instructor I

ifsuwarren@gmail.com

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Lobhoy, Dhayen H.

Assistant Professor II, BSIT & ACT Program Chairperson

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Lucas, Rosalie S.

Instructor I

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Parelta, Doulet P.

N/A

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Pinkihan, Michael Daulayan.

Assistant Professor II

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Santos, Lannie May E.

Assistant Professor II