College of Information and Computing Studies
The College of Information and Computing Studies takes pride in its competitive faculty members, research accomplishments and technical expertise in today's industry demanding environment.
We are PACUCOA Level I Accredited!
Accreditation ensures the parents and students that the educational institution meets or exceed the minimum quality standard set by the Commission on Higher Education and the accrediting body in terms of administration, faculty qualification, instructions, research, extension services, facilities, equipments and community services.
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The College of Information and Computing Studies adheres to the institution’s mission by developing graduates to be globally competitive, holistic, and upright professionals in their chosen field of Information and Communications Technology. It is also the advocacy of the college to be an apostle of life-long learning in search for the advancement of the technologies by means of research and extension service, and exploring the horizons of knowledge defying the rule of impossibility.
The College of Information and Computing Studies is envisioned to be a Center of Excellence in Information Technology Education in the region.
- Produce graduates capable of contributing to the country's development goals.
- Become a catalyst of change by producing globally competitive, holistic and innovative individuals.
- Expose students to technology training, scientific research and extension in exploring the horizons of knowledge defying the rule of impossibility.
- Provide students with know-how and expertise and life skills to become socially and ethically computing professionals.
We offer the following programs
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
(Optional Specialization in Business Analytics)
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
(Optional Specialization in Service Management)
Associate in Computer Technology
(2-Year CHED program)
Meet the Dean
Dr. Olalia has earned his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science at Asiacareer College and Lyceum-Northwestern University in 2004. He also took up his Masters in Information Technology at Colegio De Dagupan where he graduated as Magna Cum Laude. Recently, he finished his Doctor in Information Technology at Technological Institute of the Philippines in Quezon City. He is also the concurrent head of the MIS department.
Secured Fingerprint-Enabled Keyless Motorcycle Authentication
Capstone project of Maynard Gel Carse, Jerome Custodio and Jonvic Versoza, 4th Year BSIT Students were featured at Balitang Amianan and 24-Oras. A solid proof of quality education we are providing.