Institute of Information and Computing Sciences (2014)

Degree Programs and Departments

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (4 years)

Department of Computer Science Page

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (4 years)

Level II re-accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities

Students under the BS Computer Science program are highly trained for software and system development. The program’s main focus is to expose the students to different approaches and styles in developing programs whether they are procedural or the object oriented type of system approach.

Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (4 years)

Department of Information Systems Page

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS (4 years)

Level II re-accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities

Students under the BS Information Systems program are trained to handle the managerial side of computer related activities. The focus of the program is effective management of resources – people, money, and computer facilities, especially in areas involving accounting, projections/estimates/feasibility studies, and the like.

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (4 years)

Center of Development

Department of Information Technology Page

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (4 years)

Level II re-accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities

Under this program, the students are trained to be well versed in the practical and technical know-how of installing/setting-up of computers and computer networks. Special skills taught include troubleshooting and repairing of hardware components.

Our Identity

Vision

The Institute of Information and Computing Sciences envisions itself as a premier and innovative institution in Information Technology Education and research in the Asia-Pacific Region.

Mission

The Institute of Information and Computing Sciences of the University of Santo Tomas, under the inspiration of its model, Saint Thomas Aquinas, and its patron, Saint Vincent Ferrer, declares its commitment to the pursuit of truth and the formation of technically competent ITE professionals endowed with a strong commitment to lifelong learning, social responsibility and a desire for leadership in the spirit of service in their respective fields of specialization.

Goals
Objectives

Patron Saint

Saint Vincent Ferrer, O.P.

Updates

Administration, Officials, and Staff

Asst. Prof. Jerralyn T. Padua, MSIT, Director

Rev. Fr. Hermel O. Pama, O.P., PhD, Regent

Asst. Prof. Divinagracia R. Mariano, MBA, Institute Secretary

COMPUTER SCIENCE

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Asst. Prof. Jose L. Seño, MS, Chair

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Asst. Prof. Christopher D. Ladao, MSChair

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Asst. Prof. Noel E. Estrella, DIT, Chair

Faculty Council

Asst. Prof. Jerralyn T. Padua, MSIT, Director

Rev. Fr. Hermel O. Pama, O.P., PhD, Regent

Asst. Prof. Cecil Jose Delfinado, MS, Member

Assoc. Prof. Perla P. Cosme, MSc, Member

Asst. Prof. Divinagracia R. Mariano, MBA, Member

Asst. Prof. Mike C. Victorio, MA, Member

Coordinators and Supervisors

COMMUNITY SERVICE AND EXTENSION (Simbahayan)

Asst. Prof. Janette E. Sideño, MS

COMPUTER AND NETWORKING (Supervisor)

Ms. Eugenia R. Zhuo

e-LEARNING SPECIALIST

Asst. Prof. William A. Cortez, MS

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Asst. Prof. Mylene J. Domingo, MS

LIBRARY

Asst. Prof. Donata D. Acula, MS

STUDENT WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT

 

TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM

Ms. Charmaine S. Ponay

 

Support Staff

KHO, Madonna

GARCIA, Aristotle B.

LAFE, Alfred James

NACAR, Danilo I.

History

The Institute of Information and Computing Sciences was formally established in 2014, with its separation as an independent academic unit from the Faculty of Engineering. Its programs trace their histories to the College of Science (for Computer Science), College of Commerce and Business Administration (for Information Systems), and the Faculty of Engineering (for Information Technology).

Asst. Prof. Alex A. Santos was the inaugural Director, while Rev. Fr. Hermel O. Pama, O.P., PhD was the first Regent.