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BSCS|BSIS|BSIT - Program Educational Objectives and Program Outcomes

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)

The Program Educational Objectives are as follows:

        A. Acquire supervisory positions in the design and development of computer software.

        B. Acquire careers in the Non-Government and Government sectors.

        C. Handle small or big projects as a computing freelance worker.

        D. Pursue an advanced degree and other computing competencies or engage a research career in the field.

BSCS Program Outcomes:

Solidarity Night Caps PAASCU Consultancy Visit to CN, CITE and CCJE

January 24, 2020 could have been an ordinary day for anyone but not for the personnel of the College of Nursing, College of Information, Technology and Engineering and the College of Criminal Justice Education.

It is the day many revelations and points for further improvement as the PAASCU team during the consultancy visit. The team assessed the capabilities of the three colleges for Level 1 Accreditation which most likely will take place 6 months from now during the formal visit.

CITE Honors New Electronics Engineers

Earthquakes can move mountains but it cannot literally and figuratively move the Testimonial Dinner for the second batch of Electronics Engineer. Amidst the two natural phenomenon (earthquake and a heavy rainfall) that occurred last Sunday, December 16 the CITE students and the faculty bravely and glamorously wore their black formal attire to welcome the pride of the CITE department – their new Registered Electronic Engineers.

A Eucharistic mass was offered at the NDMC chapel which was followed by the formal program at the Primera Function Hall.

CITE Honors New Electronics Engineers

Earthquakes can move mountains but it cannot literally and figuratively move the Testimonial Dinner for the second batch of Electronics Engineer. Amidst the two natural phenomenon (earthquake and a heavy rainfall) that occurred last Sunday, December 16 the CITE students and the faculty bravely and glamorously wore their black formal attire to welcome the pride of the CITE department – their new Registered Electronic Engineers.

A Eucharistic mass was offered at the NDMC chapel which was followed by the formal program at the Primera Function Hall.

CITE kicks off ICT for Teachers Training

CITE kicks off ICT for Teachers Training

By Jennifer O. Diaz

CITE kicks off ICT for Teachers Training

CITE kicks off ICT for Teachers Training

By Jennifer O. Diaz

3 CITE Faculty join in Creative Animation colloquium

3 CITE Faculty join in Creative Animation colloquium

By Michaelangelo B. Serrano, MIT and Rhino D. Cartagena, MIT

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