Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with specialization in CISCO Networking

Bachelor of Science in

Information Technology

with specialization in CISCO Networking

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) program includes the study of the utilization of both hardware and software technologies involving planning, installing, customizing, operating, managing, and maintaining IT infrastructure that provides computing solutions to address the needs of an organization.

Program Educational Objectives

Three (3) years after graduation, alumni of BS in Information Technology programs shall:

1 Be employed in the IT industry or established a technology startup company;Competent and equipped withresearch-based and entrepreneurial Spirit
2 Demonstrate professionalism, competence and innovativeness in utilizing and implementing IT solutions;Ethical, critical thinker, problem solver, creative, and Innovate
3 Embark in lifelong learning or research to attune to the continuous innovation in the IT profession; andLife-long learner
4 Exhibit leadership, teamwork, and commitment to their respective local or global organizations.Collaborative and with leadership skills
  • Program Outcomes
    • Apply knowledge of computing, science, and mathematics appropriate to the discipline;
    • Understand best practices and standards and their applications;
    • Analyze complex problems, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to these solution;
    • Identify and analyze user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation, evaluation and administration of computer-based system;
    • Design, implement, and evaluate computer-based systems, processes, components, or programs to meet desired needs and requirements under various constraints;
    • Integrate IT-based solutions into the user environment effectively;
    • Apply knowledge through the use of current techniques, skills, tools and practices necessary for the IT profession;
    • Function effectively as a member or leader of a development team recognizing the different roles within a team to accomplish a common goal;
    • Assist in the creation of an effective IT project plan;
    • Communicate effectively with the computing community and with society at large about complex computing activities through logical writing, presentations, and clear instructions;
    • Analyze the local and global impact of computing information technology on individuals, organizations, and society;
    • Understand professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities in the utilization of information technology;
    • Recognize the need for and engage in planning self-learning and improving performance as a foundation for continuing professional development; and
    • Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”.
  • Curriculum

    1st Year • 1st Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Introduction to Computing3
    Computer Programming 13
    Mathematics in the Modern World3
    Understanding the Self2
    Fitness and Wellness3
    English Enhancement Course3
    The University and I2
    National Service Training Program 13

    1st Year • 2nd Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Computer Programming 23
    Discrete Mathematics3
    Introduction to Human Computer Interaction3
    Readings in Philippine History3
    Purposive Communication3
    Rhythmic Activities2
    The Family2
    National Service Training Program 23

    2nd Year • 1st Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Data Structures and Algorithms3
    Quantitative Methods (incl. Modelling and Simulation)3
    Networking 1 (Introduction to Networks)3
    System Integration and Architecture 13
    The Contemporary World3
    Art Appreciation3
    Individual Sports (Swimming)3

    2nd Year • 2nd Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Information Management3
    Application Development and Emerging Technologies3
    Social Issues and Professional Practice3
    Networking 2 (Routing and Switching Essentials)3
    Science, Technology and Society3
    Individual and Team Sports3

    3rd Year • 1st Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Fundamentals of Database Systems3
    Information Assurance and Security 13
    Panitikang Filipino3
    Academic Writing3
    Object-oriented Programming3
    Platform Technologies3
    Networking 3 (Scaling Networks)3

    3rd Year • 2nd Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Information Assurance and Security 23
    Integrative Programming and Technologies 13
    Capstone Project and Research 13
    Web Systems and Technologies3
    Networking 4 (Connecting Networks)3

    3rd Year • Summer

    Course NameUnits
    CCNA Security3
    Human Computer Interaction 23
    Great Books3

    4th Year • 1st Semester

    Course NameUnits
    System Administration and Maintenance3
    Implementing CISCO IP Routing3
    Implementing CISCO IP Switched Networks3
    Troubleshooting and Maintaining CISCO IP Networks3
    Capstone Project and Research 23
    English for Occupational Purposes3
    Foreign Language3
    Rizal’s Life, Works and Writings3

    4th Year • 2nd Semester

    Course NameUnits
    The curriculum is subject to modification without prior notice. For precise and current listings, kindly coordinate with our registrar department.
  • Estimated Fees
    Particular Amount
    Estimated Total Fees per semester (including tuition and other fees)₱32,798.00
    The particulars and corresponding amounts are subject to modification without prior notice. For precise and current listings, kindly coordinate with our treasury and assessment department.
  • Career Opportunities

    Entry-Level Positions:

    • Network Technician: Entry-level network technicians assist in setting up and maintaining network infrastructure, including troubleshooting issues.
    • Network Support Specialist: Support specialists provide technical assistance to end-users and help resolve networking-related issues.
    • Help Desk Support: Help desk support personnel address basic network-related problems and provide assistance to end-users.
    • Junior Network Administrator: Junior network administrators assist in the management and configuration of network devices and services.
    • Network Security Analyst: Junior network security analysts focus on monitoring network security, identifying vulnerabilities, and assisting in security measures.

    Mid-Level Positions:

    • Network Administrator: Mid-level network administrators are responsible for the day-to-day management, configuration, and troubleshooting of network infrastructure.
    • Network Engineer: Network engineers design, implement, and optimize network infrastructure, including routers, switches, and security appliances.
    • Systems Administrator: Systems administrators manage servers, applications, and network services, ensuring they are running efficiently.
    • Network Security Engineer: Network security engineers focus on designing and implementing security measures to protect the network from threats.
    • IT Project Manager: IT project managers oversee network-related projects, ensuring they are delivered on time and within budget.

    Senior-Level Positions:

    • Senior Network Engineer: Senior network engineers take on more complex projects, provide technical leadership, and mentor junior team members.
    • Network Architect: Network architects design and plan network infrastructure to meet business needs, often involving large-scale and complex networks.
    • Systems Architect: Systems architects design and plan entire IT systems, including networks, servers, and applications.
    • Network Security Manager: Network security managers lead efforts to protect the network from threats and vulnerabilities.
    • Network Operations Center (NOC) Manager: NOC managers oversee the operations and staff of network monitoring and maintenance centers.

    Managerial/Executive Positions:

    • IT Director: IT directors have overall responsibility for the organization's technology strategy, including networking and IT infrastructure.
    • Chief Technology Officer (CTO): CTOs are responsible for the organization's technology strategy and often oversee the entire IT department, including networking.
    • Chief Information Officer (CIO): CIOs oversee the organization's information technology, ensuring it aligns with business objectives.
    • Chief Information Security Officer (CISO): CISOs are responsible for the organization's overall cybersecurity strategy and network security.
    • Chief Executive Officer (CEO): In some cases, IT majors with extensive business acumen may become CEOs of technology companies, where their technical background informs strategic decisions.


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