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Cañacao Campus
Padre Burgos St., Bo. Rosario, San Roque, 4100, Cavite City Philippines
Phone: 504-1810-13 / 431-8087
Fax: 504-1810-13 loc. 515


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ITE101 - I.T. Fundamentals

This course provides an overview of computers, number systems, data types and representations, digital logic systems, assembly and machine language, compilers and translators, operating systems, and internetworking.

ITE102 - Logic Formulation

This course is designed to familiarize students with the principles of logic formulation. It covers discussions from the basics of mathematical functions and operators to the design and user of such techniques as codes, indicators, control breaks and report handling. The tools of problem solving, including flowcharts, pseudo code and Nassi-Shneiderman charts are demonstrated and explained.

ITE103 - Programming 1

This course introduces the students to the fundamentals of logic formulation together with their implementation in the C programming language. It allows the student to learn and apply the art and style of procedural programming to solve computational problems adhering to the standards and guidelines of documentation. It includes discussion on I/O statements, loop and branching instructions, and creating functions and procedures.

ITE104 - Programming 2

This course is a continuation of Fundamentals of Problem solving and Programming 1. The course includes extensive and advance discussions on problem solving techniques and algorithms designs. It also includes basic discussions on Data Structures.

Course Description

A. Provide a background in modern computing systems and the theoretical aspects and applications of computer studies;

B. Help students develop problem-solving skills, especially those that require them to analyze, design and implement IT driven-solutions;

C. Challenge students to consider the ethical and social impacts of technology, enabling them to take responsible action with Christian values; and

D. Prepare students for continued learning in a rapidly changing environment and disciplines.


  • Application Developer
  • Database Administrator
  • Entrepreneur in IT Industry
  • Information Security Administrator
  • Information Technology Instructor
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Engineer
  • Systems Analyst
  • Technical Support Specialist
  • Test Engineer
  • Web Administrator/Web Master/Web Developer

Career Opportunities

Mr. Antonio C. Co, MBA
Head, Computer Studies Department

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology