Available courses

An introductory course in computer technology for Business and Accountancy students. Focus is emphasized on using the the Windows Operating System. The course is a prerequisite of a follow-on regimen, CSCI 302 - Wordprocessing and Spreadsheets.

Management Information Systems (MIS) is the study of people, technology, organizations, and the relationships among them. MIS professionals help firms realize maximum benefit from investment in personnel, equipment, and business processes. MIS is a people-oriented field with an emphasis on service through technology.

Capstone Project II is the second of two capstone project courses aimed at having Information Technology students undertake a software project as an integrative final activity. Students are expected to successfully submit a complete software project and defend the same before a panel of subject matter experts.

Capstone Project I is the first of two capstone project courses aimed at having Information Technology students undertake a software project as an integrative final activity. Students are expected to successfully submit a project title and defend said software project before a panel of subject matter experts.

Software engineering is concerned with the development and maintenance of reliable and efficient software systems which are affordable to develop and maintain, and satisfy all the requirements that customers have defined for them.

Computer Programming II, a post-requisite of ITS 102, Fundamentals of Computer Programming with Logic Formulation.

An introductory course on Computer Programming for Computer Science and Information Technology students. Emphasis is on basic programming skills development.

This subject aims to develop the academic written and spoken language skills required for undergraduate study in information technology and for the professional workplace. Students take a critical and analytical approach to understanding and producing written and spoken texts appropriate for IT professionals. Students consider the ethical and social issues that IT raises within both society and the IT industry. Accordingly, students undertake a range of listening, speaking, reading and writing activities individually and in groups to maximize the development of their written and spoken communication and academic literacy.