The College of Computer Studies is one of the biggest colleges in the university. It has an average population of more than 500 students.
It offers two courses to all students who are interested to embrace and learn about the core concepts of information technology.
These two courses namely BS Computer Science (BSCS) and BS Information Technology (BSIT) branched out to two types of curriculum ∼ the ladderized (which follows the mandate of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED)) and non-ladderized (which follows the mandate of the CHED) programs.
In the early part of 1998, the College of Computer Studies had an extensive preparation for a technical visit and inspection for the information technology program assessment conducted by the technical team from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). In the same year, the college gained recognition as the Center of Development for Excellence in Information Technology Education (CODE-IT) in Region X.
Recognized as a CODE-IT, the college extends its resources and linkages to the different schools and offices in the city and in the neighboring municipalities and provinces, thus, conducting free seminar-workshops. The college also obtained additional facilities to further provide quality education to the students.
When the college transferred its office in the newly-constructed HTF building, the college put up an additional room for information technology (IT) learning, the Information Technology Training Center (ITTC).
- BSCS Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
- BSIT Bachelor of Science in Information Technology