BS in Computer Engineering (BSCoE)
The Computer Engineering course provides students with knowledge in hardware as well as in software. The students will be familiarized with computer hardware, system development and design, computer-based controllers systems, data communication and network engineering, and artificial intelligence.
The course curriculum is structured with emphasis on the design, analysis and application of computing structures that involve hardware and its related software. The curriculum also provides a strong foundation in basic engineering sciences.
BS in Computer Science (BSCS)
The computer science course is intended for students with a solid background in mathematics and an interest in the theory, practice, art, and science of computer programming. This course provides graduates with an educational foundation for careers in computer software or computer system design, including careers as software engineers, application software designers, system programmers, or system engineers.
BS in Information Technology (BSIT)
The computer information technology course is designed to combine the benefits of a traditional college education with the benefits of hands-on training in state-of-the-art computer technology. Students become technically competent, but also learn to write well-organized and clear memos and reports. The computer information technology curriculum integrates technical skill with communication skills, superior general education, and breadth of knowledge in the computer information technology field.
BS in Business Administration (BSBA)
The business administration curriculum includes studies in accounting, business law and public policy, customer service and operations management, ethics and social responsibility, finance, human resource management and labor relations, strategic and entrepreneurial management, organizational behavior, marketing and sales, e-commerce and technology management, and statistical analysis. The course in business administration prepares graduates for business- and management-related careers in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations and the public sector.
BS in Office Administration (BSOA)
Office Administration curriculum allows the students to explore the concepts and processes leading to top quality office administrator and achievement of personal and organizational success.
The primary objectives of office administration curriculum are to have sufficient exposure to the realities of the business world, through academic instructions closely coordinated with the business community; to have common foundation of knowledge and understanding concerning modern business through a core program consisting of general education and professional office administration; and to provide proper motivation for professional growth.
BS in Information Systems (BSIS)
The information systems management course provides students with the skills needed to successfully participate in and support the increasingly visible role of information technology in corporate decision-making. The curriculum focuses on the methods, concepts, and practical applications of information systems in the workplace. It develops graduates' abilities to conceptualize and manage the design and implementation of high-quality information systems.
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