Information Technology drives progress, productivity and profit and a strategic factor gaining competitive advantage.
Major applications of IT is the computerization of systems to facilitate human activities in a “paperless” society.
BSIT graduates has knowledge of software and how Information Systems are installed, managed and administered. Major subjects are Distributed Database Systems, System Programming, Documentation and Software Testing, Systems Analysis and Design. Graduates will compete successfully in the emerging global marketplace.
The BSIT course aims to equip students with one or more of the practical knowledge of how Information Systems (IS) are installed, operationalized, managed and administered.
Checklist for SY 2014-2015 IT 2011-2012
Checklist for SY 2014-2015 IT 2014-2015
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