Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
BSIT aims to produce quality graduates who study, analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate ICT solutions. The program focuses on the use of ICT for a variety of applications such as in business, governance, education, personal and entertainment. Professional subjects include logic design, microcomputer technology, computer systems organization, networking technologies, and systems resource management.
Students must complete 161 academic units: 74 units of general education subjects, and 87 units of ITE core and professional subjects. This include a full-time on-the-job training/internship at selected ICT establishments in the country on the student’s last term prior to his/her graduation.During their 3rd year, students will begin developing their thesis projects. Students will design, develop, and implement a software/information system/computer application (with a corresponding documentation), which will be evaluated by a panel of jurors prior to his/her graduation.
Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS)
The BSIS program aims to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and attitude in the design and implementation of solutions that integrate information technology with business processes. This program prepares students to be IT professionals that could harness ICT as a strategic resource to meet business and organizational objectives. Graduates of BSIS are expected to have acquired but not limited to the following competencies: (a) personal skills, (b )interpersonal skills, and (c) technical understanding on information abstraction, representation, and organization; computing architectures and delivery systems; concepts of information and system distribution; information management and systems development; and computing tools and knowledge application.
Students must complete 161 academic units: 68 units of general education subjects, 75 units of core and professional subjects, and 15units of electives. This includes a full-time on-the-job training/internship among the selected ICT establishments in the country. During their 3rd year, students are required to start working on their thesis/capstone project, which will be evaluated by a panel of jurors prior to graduation.
Job opportunities for BSIS graduates include but not limited to the following: business process analyst, data quality specialist, entrepreneur in the IT industry, IS instructor, systems auditor, quality assurance specialist, systems implementation officer, technical support specialist and IT project manager.
Students are admitted to the Institute according to University rules and regulations. Applicants are required to accomplish the following:
• Completed secondary education in a school recognized by the Department of Education;
• Have taken the WVSU College Admission Test; *
• Have taken the ICT Aptitude Test; **
• Passed the physical examination and submitted a medical certificate duly accomplished by the University Physician;
*A cut-off score is set by the Institute to qualify to take the ICT Aptitude Test
**Due to limited slots, applicants will be ranked based on their WVSU-CATand ICT Aptitude Test Scores.
Reference: CHED Memorandum Order 53, S. 2006 - Policies and Standards for IrE Programs
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