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IT MATTERS TO KNOW BUSINESS ANALYTICS
Posted on Apr. 11,2017


It Matters to Know Business Analytics NEIL H. DATU Dean, College of Computer Studies IBM Academic Evangelist for Business Analytics   IBM Philippines and Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Technical Panel for Information Technology Education (TPITE) introduced Business Analytics in May 2013 as a specialization track designed for Business programs (e.g. BS in Business Administration) and Information Technology Education (ITE) (i.e. BS Computer Science, BS Information Technology a...
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BSIT STUDENTS' INDUSTRY VISIT AT TORO.IO
Posted on Apr. 11,2017


As RCC College of Computer Studies is committed to providing relevant & timely instruction, the BSIT 3rd year students visited an industry partner in Clark, Pampanga - TORO.IO last January 19, 2016 to find out from an IT industry perspective, the qualities that make Scrum a preferred software development methodology. Samsun Oto Kiralama  ...
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I.T. COURSES OFFERED

1. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology(BSIT) 

2. Associate in Computer Technology(ACT)

  • Two-year certificate program offered since 1991

3. Soon to offer (BSIT w/specialization in Business Analytics)

 
 
HISTORY 
 
The Republic Central Colleges recognizes the importance of Computer Science education and its commitment to provide quality education. The then DECSRO III now CHED granted RCC the permit to operate Associate in Computer Science (ACS) during the second semester of A.Y. 1991-1992. The operation of the college started with a very encouraging enrollment of 185 students. In 1992, the program was granted government recognition and had its first graduates in 1993.

Later, responding to the increasing demand to develop the full potentials of the students in terms of Information Technology, RCC decided to offer the B.S. in Computer Science program using a ladderized curriculum. It was first implemented in the first semester of school year 1993-1994 and was granted recognition status in May 1994.

In January 1998, the nomenclature Associate in Computer Science was changed to Associate in Computer Technology (ACT).
B.S. in Information Technology program was offered i the frst semester of A.Y. 2010-2011 to cater to needs of the industry for graduates who are focused o the practial aspects of computing. Today, the program remains stable and constantly produces quality graduates with sufficient and relevant knowledge and skills who are ready to take their place in many different industrial and academic establishments.

 

VISION

The College envisions being a center for nurturing computing professionals who can deliver growth and meaningful change.

 

MISSION

The College of Computer Studies aims to develop highly ethical computing professionals with knowledge, skills and attitude adaptable to the growing demands of the industry both in the local and global dimensions.

 

GOAL

Graduates of the College of Computer studies should have:

  1. developed essential competencies to efficiently and effectively utilize hardware, software and data communications for the benefit of the public and advancement of the computing profession;
  2. acquired the aspiration to consistently attempt to attain quality in whatever products and services to be designed and developed either as Information Technology or Computer Science practitioner;
  3. developed Christian values and necessary attitudes needed to become ethical, responsive and proactive computer professional;
  4. extended services through active involvement in relevant community programs along computing concerns;
  5. developed love and appreciation of the Filipino culture and become contributing and productive members of the society; and
  6. exemplified qualities of Responsible and competent, Compassionate and Committed graduates as bequeathed by R.C.C.

 

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
PROGRAM OUTCOMES
The graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology should be able to:
1. demonstrate reasonable mastery in software development, hardware organization and data communication through the ability to design, develop and implement functional and effective computer based solutions. manifest competency in the use of productivity tools;
2. employ computing knowledge to conduct research, critically analyze problems, evaluate and produce solutions to computing problems;
3. demonstrate passion for continuous learning throughout their profession;
4. demonstrate Christian values and necessary attitudes needed to become ethical, responsive and proactive computing professionals;
5. show consciousness to quality in whatever products and services to be designed and developed;
6. extend services through active involvement in relevant community programs along computing concerns; and
7. develop love and appreciation of the Filipino culture and  become contributing and productive members of teh society.
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For inquiries you may contact:

The College of Computer Studies 
Tel No.: (045) 405 - 0121 local 211 / Email: ccs@rcc.edu.ph