• This Institutic-logoe of Computing is committed towards the growth of Southern Philippines by developing information technology professionals, entrepreneurs, managers, and new technologies.

     

    During its initial implementation last June 26, 1997, the Institute came up with a plan to prepare the University as a Nodal Training Center in Region XI. Consequently, it grew so smooth because of the support given by the neighboring state universities and colleges.

     

    In June 1998, a degree program BS in Computer Science was offered to cater the growing demand of the students to study in the field of information technology. It also started a program MS in Information Science last S.Y. 1999-2000, and a program BS in Information Technology was also implemented in SY 2001-2002. There is also an evening program that caters working students.

     

    Since it started its operation, the Institute has been very fruitful despite its limited resources. It gets some of its income from the computer use and IT training.

    VISION

    A dynamic and Balanced Leader in Information and Communication Technology Innovations

     

    MISSION

    The Institute of Computing is committed to be in the forefront of technological advancement and ethical practices in Research, Instruction, Extension, and Production

     

    BSCS COURSE OBJECTIVES

    At the end of the academic program, the student will demonstrate:

    • Mastery in the areas of software design and development of computing solutions;
    • Proficiency in relevant aspects of mathematics and computing research;
    • Familiarity with basic concepts and contemporary issues in the social sciences;
    • Ability to lead and work effectively in teams;
    • Ability to communicate effectively in written, graphical and oral forms;
    • Sense of social responsibility, a code of conduct, and ethical considerations related to computing.

     

    BSIT COURSE OBJECTIVES

    At the end of the academic program, the student will demonstrate:

    • Mastery in the current technical concepts and practices in the core information technologies;
    • Ability to identify, evaluate and practice current and emerging technologies;
    • Familiarity with basic concepts and contemporary issues in the social sciences;
    • Ability to lead and work effectively in teams;
    • Ability to communicate effectively in written, graphical and oral forms;
    • Sense of social responsibility, a code of conduct, and ethical considerations related to computing.