The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program includes the study of the utilization of both hardware and software technologies involving planning, installing, customizing, operating, innovating, managing and administering, and maintaining information technology infrastructure that provides computing solutions to address the needs of an organization. The program instills to students the USTP graduate attributes that will prepare them to address various user needs involving but not limited to the selection, development, application, innovation, integration and management of computing technologies within an organization in local and/or global community. It gives emphasis on three identified area of specialization namely; Network Design and administration, Database and Information System, and Computer Vision and Image processing.

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IT 111



Introduction to Computing



IT 112



Computer Programming 1



IT 121



Computer Programming 2



IT 122



Data Structures and Algorithms



IT 123



Discrete Mathematics



IT 211



Intro to Human Computer Interaction



IT 212



Fundamentals of Database Systems



IT 213



Platform Technologies



IT 214



Object Oriented Programming



IT 215



Accounting Principles



IT 221



Information Management



IT 222



Networking 1



IT 223



Web Systems and Technologies



IT 224



Systems Integration and Architecture 1



IT 311



Information Assurance and Security



IT 312



Networking 2



IT 313



Mobile Programming



IT 314



Software Engineering



IT 315



IT Elective 1



IT 321



CAPSTONE Project and Research 1



IT 322



Integrative Programming and Technologies



IT 323



Applications Development and Emerging Technologies



IT 324



Quantitative Methods



IT 325



IT Elective 2



IT 411



CAPSTONE Project and Research 2



IT 412



System Administration and Maintenance



IT 413



Social and Professional Issues



IT 414



IT Elective 3



IT 415



IT Elective 4



IT 421





  • Software Developers
  • Information Technology Consultant
  • Information Technology Business Analyst
  • Computer Network Architect
  • Support Specialist
  • Computer Programmer
  • Quality Assurance Tester
  • Web Developer
  • IT Technician
  • Systems Analyst
  • Network Engineer
  • User Experience Designer
  • Database Administrator
  • Software Engineer

The Master in Information Technology (MIT) is a professional program that emphasizes the acquisition of concepts and technologies preparing and enabling the student for the industrial practice of systems integration, system administration, system planning, system implementation and other activities that maintain the integrity and proper functionality of a system and its component.

MIT is a two-year graduate program that introduces students to advanced theoretical and practical aspects of Information and Communications Technology.

It combines knowledge in organizational systems, information security and management, and service management, which aims to equip professionals with the tools, knowledge, skills, and understanding of the latest technologies that are used in today’s business and organizations.

Excited about our Information Technology program? Take the next step by applying now and feel free to reach out for any inquiries!



MIT 101



Advance Operating System and Networking



MIT 101



Advance Database Systems



MIT 101



Advanced Systems Design and Implementation



MIT 104



Information Technology and Project Management



EL 101



Specialization Course 1



EL 102



Specialization Course 2



EL 103



Specialization Course 3



EL 104



Specialization Course 4



MIT 105A



Capstone Project 1



EL 105



Specialization Course 5



EL 106



Specialization Course 6



MIT 105B



Capstone Project 2




IT Specialized Elective Courses











Electronic Commerce



Multimedia Systems



Business Intelligence and Data Analysis



Enterprise Systems / IT Design Studio / IT Service Delivery



Computer Ethics



Mobile Application Development












Mobile and Wireless Networks



System Administration and IT Infrastructure Services



Proactive Computer Security



Data Center Management



Cybersecurity, Network Security and Ethical Hacking



Internet-of-Things (IoT)



Team Member 1
Engr. Jay Noel N. Rojo, MSIT
Team Member 2
John Benedict L. Bernardo, MIT
Team Member 2
Jocelyn B. Barbosa, Ph.D.
Team Member 2
Arlene A. Baldevolar, MAEd, MIT
Geraldine A. Blanco
Al-Monte Vince M. Calo, MIT
Ma. Esther B. Chio, MIT
Petal May M. Dal
Paul Joseph M. Estrera, MIT
Jocelyn L. Garrido, MIT
Rhea Suzette M. Haguisan, MBA
Jomar C. Llevado, MIT
Archie O. Pachica, MIT
Floreto B. Quinito Jr., MIT
Love Jhoy M. Raboy, MIT
Jc Vanny Mill A. Saledaien
Engr. Ulrich Lee F. Uy, MIT
Aire Jade L. Taga
Charlane B. Vallar