The College of Computer Studies aims to educate students with the appropriate principles and practices of computer studies, preparing them for careers in software development, computing systems technology, networking infrastructure, information management, and for a lifetime of learning. Its goal is to produce qualified, well-rounded, equipped, and globally competitive information technology specialists.
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
A Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) degree is an undergraduate four-year degree with a major focus on computers and technology, as well as management and information theory. This degree can be can be better than a computer science degree for individuals interested in technology who want to concentrate on business and communications applications of computing.
A Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) degree program combines networking, communications, some computer programming, and systems development and analysis to prepare the student to work in the field of IT Management.
Associate in Computer Technology (ACT)
A two-year Associate in Computer Technology (ACT) program can land the graduate in a “technical” job in the field. This program can meet the needs of students who do not intend to become IT professionals, but want to focus on areas of knowledge and skills that will be beneficial to anyone wishing to enter the computer systems field in related occupations.
Students in this program learn advanced technical skills that are essential for computer and information systems jobs. Students also learn to understand and guide the work of their colleagues and staff and explain the work in non-technical terms to senior managers and potential customers.