College of Computer Studies
Considering the fast-paced nature of information technology education, the curricular programs of the College were designed to be flexible and adaptable to changes and trends in the field while adhering to the standards set by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and Technical Skills Development Authority (TESDA).
Now, the college is continuously finding ways to further improve the delivery of quality computer education through well-rounded curriculum, trained and proficient instructors and up-to-date facilities to guarantee that its graduates will be computer professionals in the forefront of technological innovation and advancement.
In School Year 2010-2011, the college started to offer Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT). It is also looking into the possibility of offering new short-term courses to be registered with TESDA.