Department of Computer Science

Department of Computer Science

Degree Program

Program Recognition

Career Opportunities

Degree Program

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (4 years)

Students under this 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.

Starting Academic Year 2018-2019 (August 2018), the BS Computer Science program will offer three professional elective tracks for students:

The Core Computer Science track discusses material in traditional fields of Computer Science not covered by the required courses in the Bachelor of Science program in Computer Science. It is designed to introduce and explore various areas of computer science study in preparation for graduate studies and research. Course offerings include and may be expanded to include special topics in programming and natural languages, cognitive and scientific computing, distributed computing, and algorithms, among many others.

The Game Development Track offers the opportunities for students to showcase their creative and technical skills in the development of a marketable 2D / 3D game. This specialization track places its emphasis on allowing students to explore and learn the many facets of game development. It uses up-to-date and appropriate software tools from simple animation to packaging the game in a multi-platform environment.

The Data Science Track responds to the growing needs of the industry to groom competent scientists that are both data and progress-driven. The track shall prepare students to jumpstart a career in data science thru the list of specialized courses developed with inputs both from the research and professional industry. Specifically students are equipped with the needed mathematical analysis and professional programming and development skills to create and innovate solutions and processes that will be relevant to the growth of existing industries and of the nation. Additionally, the set of disparate courses prepares students to undertake advanced graduate studies and research in the areas of computing and decision sciences.

Program Recognition

Center of Development

Level II Accreditation

Career Opportunities

  • database administrator
  • database designer
  • programmer
  • project leader
  • systems analyst / designer
  • web designer

Vision & Mission

Updates

Vision & Mission

Updates

Administrators and Faculty Members

Asst. Prof. Jose L. Seño, MS

Chair

Asst. Prof. Donata D. Acula, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics Education

Asst. Prof. Jonathan B. Cabero, MS

Master of Science in Mathematics Education

Assoc. Prof. Perla P. Cosme, MS

Master of Science in Computer Science

Asst. Prof. Lawrence G. Decamora, MA

Master of Arts in Education, major in Educational Management

Asst. Prof. Cecil Jose A. Delfinado, MS, MS

Master of Science in Mathematics

Master of Science in Computer Science

Asst. Prof. Cherry Rose R. Estabillo, MS

Master of Science in Applied Mathematics

Asst. Prof. Charmaine S. Ponay, MCS

Master of Computer Science

Asst. Prof. Jose L. Seño, MS

Master of Science in Computer Science

Asst. Prof. Janette E. Sideño, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy, major in Technology Management

Mr. Edwin M. Torralba, MEd

Master of Education, major in Education Technology

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