The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program is designed to provide an extensive foundation of the theoretical and applied aspects of computing which include the study and implementation of algorithms, software design and development principles and applications, and new and emerging technologies. The students are given rigorous activities to prepare them to design and create algorithmically complex software and to equip them to develop new and effective solutions for solving computing problems. The program includes the study of standards and practices in software engineering. It aims to prepare students to acquire skills and disciplines required for designing, writing, and modifying software components, modules, and applications that comprise software solutions to address the need for competent computing professionals needed by business, industry, government, and the academic community in the age of Industry 4.0. Courses will be integrated on current trends in the area of artificial intelligence robotics, computer vision, and machine learning.

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MAJOR COURSES

 

CS 111

 

 

Introduction to Computing

 

 

CS 112

 

 

Computer Programming 1

 

 

CS 121

 

 

Computer Programming 2

 

 

CS 122

 

 

Physics for Computer Science (Basic Electronics)

 

 

CS 211

 

 

Discrete Structures 1

 

 

CS 212

 

 

Human Computer Interaction

 

 

CS 213

 

 

Data Structures and Algorithms (Algo 1)

 

 

CS 214

 

 

Fundamentals of Database Systems

 

 

CS 221

 

 

Algorithms and Complexity (Algo 2)

 

 

CS 222

 

 

Computer Architecture and Organization

 

 

CS 223

 

 

Discrete Structures 2

 

 

CS 224

 

 

Applications Development and Emerging Technologies

 

 

CS 225

 

 

Object-Oriented Programming

 

 

CS 311

 

 

Automata Theory and Formal Languages

 

 

CS 312

 

 

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

 

 

CS 313

 

 

Networks and Communications

 

 

CS 314

 

 

Operating Systems

 

 

CS 315

 

 

Principles of Programming Languages

 

 

CS 316

 

 

Information Management

 

 

CS 317

 

 

Software Engineering

 

 

CS 321

 

 

Information Assurance and Security

 

 

CS 322

 

 

Technopreneurship

 

 

CS 323

 

 

Parallel and Distributed Computing

 

 

CS 324

 

 

Machine Learning

 

 

CS 325

 

 

Research Methods

 

 

CS 326

 

 

Software Implementation and Management

 

 

CS 327

 

 

Social Issues and Professional Practice

 

 

CS 331

 

 

OJT (Practicum)

 

 

CS 411

 

 

CS Thesis Writing 1

 

 

CSE 412

 

 

CS Elective 1

 

 

CSE 413

 

 

CS Elective 2

 

 

CSE 414

 

 

CS Elective 3

 

 

CS 421

 

 

CS Thesis Writing 2

 

 

CSE 422

 

 

CS Elective 4

 

 

CSE 423

 

 

CS Elective 5

 

 

 

ELECTIVES

 

 

CS 412

 

 

Graphics and Visual Computing

 

 

CS 413.1

 

 

Image Processing

 

 

CS 414

 

 

Data Mining

 

 

CS 422

 

 

Introduction to Neural Networks and Deep Learning

 

 

CS 423.1

 

 

Computer Vision

 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
  • Data scientist
  • Software tester
  • Web developer
  • Systems analyst
  • Business analyst
  • Product manager
  • Network architect
  • Software engineer
  • Software developer
  • Full-stack developer
  • Engineering manager
  • User interface designer
  • Database administrator
  • Cloud computing engineer
  • Information security analyst
  • Computer science professor
  • Chief information security officer
  • Software quality assurance manager
  • Information technology specialist
  • Mobile application designer or developer
  • Research and development (R&D) scientist
  • Computer scientist or computer science researcher
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning engineer

🠶 THE FACULTY

Team Member 1
Marilyn S. Eder, MIT
Team Member 2
Junar A. Landicho, Ph.D.
Team Member 2
Engr. Maricel A. Esclamado, MIT

🠶 RESEARCH AND COURSE PROJECTS​

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