Overview

CCS Logo NewHISTORY
In tracing the roots of the College of Computing Studies, the Institute of Engineering and Architecture then headed by Engr. Rohel S. Serrano (now VP for Administration, Finance and Auxiliary Services), offered the new course Bachelor of Science in Information Technology on first semester of Academic Year 2004–2005.

With the offering of the new program, the Institute change its name into Institute of Science and Technology. The first curriculum offering of IT course was in accordance with CHED Memorandum Order No. 25, Series of 2001, the Revised Policies and Standard for Information Technology Education.

On December 9, 2009, DHVCAT was converted into DHVTSU thus, the College of Computer Studies was created, the Dean of College of Engineering and Architecture, Engr. Reden M. Hernandez was then designated as a Concurrent Dean. On his term the second revision of the curriculum was initiated in accordance with CHED Memorandum Order No. 53, Series of 2006, Policies and Standards for Information Technology Education (ITE) Programs. In November 30, 2010, the request for authority of University President to enter into a pre-termination agreement with Prince Technology Education was approved under Board Resolution No. 78 Series 2010. With the approval of pre-termination of the agreement, the Computer Education Program (CEP) was created.

With the Memorandum No.232 Series 2011 dated November 25, 2011, Arch. Hermel S. Sotiangco was designated as OIC Dean of the College of Computer Studies. Few months later, the University President releases a University Memorandum No. 08 Series 2012 dated August 29, 2012, Arch. Hermel S. Sotiangco was designated as Dean of the College. With the implementation of reforms under his leadership, the College remains strong to find more means of bringing further improvement to the College. In the year 2012, the College of Computer Studies finds itself expanding with more students with the adoption of CEP. With the adoption of CEP, the College now offers the new programs BS Computer Science and Diploma of Computer Technician. On the first quarter of 2013, the curriculum for Bachelor of Science in Information Technology was reviewed and revitalized for its third revision based on new policies, standards and guidelines from CHED Memorandum Order No. 18, Series of 2008 which has been approved by Academic Council last March 20, 2013.

The College has twenty three (23) enthusiastic and hardworking faculty member that work hand in hand in the improvement of the College. With the current population of roughly 1400 students, the College of Computer Studies has utilized the 12 classrooms and 2 Computer Laboratories for the Department of Information Technology and 5 classrooms, 1 computer laboratory, and 1 chemistry laboratory for the Computer Education Program.

VISION
The College of Computer Studies by 2018 will be the lead institution creating knowledge and providing technical skills and training in the field of Information and Communication Technology in the region.

MISSION
The College of Computer Studies is committed to deliver quality education by providing knowledge and skills to its clientele to provide the IT industry and government with proficient and competitive IT Professionals.

GOALS
To produce globally competitive Information Technology professionals as key leaders and service related providers.


OBJECTIVES

  • To provide an advanced understanding of information technology concepts, methods, and practices that can be applied in solving problems and addressing current technological issues; a broad base of application domains.
  • To provide insights and expertise in helping students to become accomplished professionals with holistic knowledge in Information Technology related fields and to contribute in the development and application of new methods through competent faculty and relevant curriculum.

Academic Programs

    • 4-Year Bachelor Degree Courses
      • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
      • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
      • Bachelor of Science in Information System
      • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
    • 2-Year Diploma Course
      • Associate in Computer Technician

 


Faculty & Staff

Joel D. Canlas, MIT, MBA
Dean, College of Computing Studies

Anicia L. Ferrer,  MSIT, Ed.D(units)
Chairperson

Faculty Members
  1. Nadine Muriel C. Alibutod, MIT(units) 
  2. Juvy N. Cruz, MIT 
  3. Aileen P. De Leon, MIT, DTM(units)
  4. Asil Kastle S. Dela Cruz, MIT
  5. Eden D. Garcia, MIT
  6. Hilene E. Hernandez, MIT(units) 
  7. R. Anne C. Lacson, BSCoE 
  8. Christian S. Mallari, MSIT, DIT(units) 
  9. Nikko P. Nicdao, MIT(units) 
  10. Aldreyn W. Pineda, MSIT(units) 
  11. Ruby Rosa N. Puno, MIT 
  12. Angelito D. Quito, MIT(units) 
  13. Reden Paul L. Rivera, MIT(units) 
  14. Jordan L. Salenga, MIT(units) 
  15. Donna O. Soriano, MAELLT 
  16. Julieta M. Umali, MSIT, Ed.D(units) 

Eden D. Garcia MIT
Chairperson

Faculty Members
  1. Nadine Muriel C. Alibutod, MIT(units) 
  2. Rizelle Angelica N. Bituin, MBA(units) 
  3. Juvy N. Cruz, MIT 
  4. Edgar B. David, BSIT 
  5. Aileen P. De Leon, MIT, DTM(units)
  6. Asil Kastle S. Dela Cruz, MIT
  7. Philip I. Doctor, MIT(units) 
  8. Hilene E. Hernandez, MIT(units) 
  9. R. Anne C. Lacson, BSCoE 
  10. Christian S. Mallari, MSIT, DIT(units) 
  11. Maria Ivy M. Mercado, MIT(units) 
  12. Nikko P. Nicdao, MIT(units) 
  13. Aldreyn W. Pineda, MSIT(units) 
  14. Ruby Rosa N. Puno, MIT 
  15. Joel B. Quiambao, BSCS 
  16. Angelito D. Quito, MIT(units) 
  17. Reden Paul L. Rivera, MIT(units) 
  18. Jordan L. Salenga, MIT(units) 
  19. Rachelle Ann C. Santos, MIT(units) 
  20. Donna O. Soriano, MAELLT 
  21. Julieta M. Umali, MSIT, Ed.D(units) 

Ms. Geraldine T. Galang
College Secretary