College of Information and Computer Studies
CICS aims to provide students the essential competencies, skills, advanced knowledge and attitude that is indispensable in the changing world.
CICS envisions producing competitive and life-ready graduates.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
BSCS is the study of concepts and theories, algorithmic foundations, implementation and application of information and computing solutions. Its specific objectives are as follows:
- The graduates are able to apply mathematical foundations, computer science and theories, and algorithmic foundations in the modeling and designing of computer-based systems.
- The graduates are able to design and develop software systems of varying complexity.
- The graduates are able to pursue researches that can contribute to the development of the computer science body and knowledge.
Meet Our Dean
Beverly M. Berlan, MIT
Beverly M. Beltran holds degree in Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Master in Information Technology. She is also the concurrent Head of BSCS Program.