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Undergraduate Degree Programs


Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

The BS in Computer Science Program (BS CS) provides a rigorous foundation in both the theoretical and practical aspects of computing. Core computer science courses provide the students with an intensive background in writing complex software systems and in the design and interconnection of computers. Electives are available from various areas in computer science – including multimedia, MIS and software engineering, networks and wireless systems, web-based systems, computer engineering, and computational science. These are designed so that the students can either take courses from several areas or specialize in a particular area.

Students are provided extensive access to state-of-the-art facilities, including Windows and Linux-based PCs and servers with high speed connectivity to the Internet, a campus-wide wireless network that allows access to the Internet from laptops and PDAs, and the latest in software from Microsoft, Sun (Java), Oracle, Adobe, Macromedia, and other leading software companies.

Throughout the four years of study, the students are constantly expected to innovate and to contribute to technology. Thus, graduates of the program can expect to be well prepared for graduate studies abroad or to become the systems designers and network administrators of software development firms and MIS/ICT departments of corporations.

Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems

The BS in Management Information Systems (BS MIS) program is designed to produce future Chief Information Officers (CIOs) – professionals who can harness information technology to meet business objectives. A joint offering of the Department of Information Systems and Computer Science (DISCS) and the John Gokongwei School of Management, students in this program enroll in computer science courses, management engineering courses, and core MIS network courses, and are provided with access to the latest in software, hardware, and network technologies. The program promotes MIS as a field and as a career, discusses the tools necessary for the profession, and provides in-depth analyses of the issues surrounding MIS operations.

BS MIS caters to students who are interested in the application of computers to business organizations and to students who wish to pursue a management course with extensive exposure to computing. Graduates from the program find immediate employment as system analysts, project managers, applications programmers, and information technology support personnel in local as well as in multinational corporations.

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