Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Computer Science is the root of Information and Communication Technology.

BSCS graduates will have extensive knowledge on the basic principles and foundations such as data structures, operating systems, programming, theory of computation, algorithm and other major subjects which will facilitate in solving scientific, engineering and commercial problems.

They have knowledge both in hardware and software with emphasis of the later. Graduates will address the increasing worldwide importance of computer software in many important and challenging applications

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science aims to equip students with one or more of the basic principles and foundations that underlie the science of that field.

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Course Description

FIRST YEAR FIRST SEMESTER

COURSE NO: ALGEBRA
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: College Algebra
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: A course involving the study of the real number line, algebraic operations and processes of elementary algebraic terms, and also those that involves exponents and radicals, linear equations, quadratic equations, system equations, and its applications, the binomial theorem, factoring fractions, progressions, ratio proportions and variations, the fundamental theorem of algebra, theory of equations, determinants, partial fractions permutations and combinations and complex numbers.

COURSE NO: BIBLE01
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Christian Foundation
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course is an introduction of the story of the Bible, the nature and being of God and the power of God’s word in one’s life with emphasis of the life, person and ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ. It also embraces biblical and Christian values that will inspire the students to live uprightly and to achieve excellent and honorable aspirations.

COURSE NO: COMFUND
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Computer Fundamentals
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: In this course the student is exposed to beginning instruction and practice in their skills in developing their skills in typing and learn the different DOS commands and equip them with the skills and knowledge to successfully use Microsoft Office such as MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point and simple database application.

COURSE NO: COMPRO1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Computer Programming 1
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: Computer system, problem-solving procedures, algorithms and controls structures, data types, vectors, array and record and string manipulation. C programming concepts, variables, operators, and expressions statements, functions, array and pointer, structure, processor.

COURSE NO: FILIPI1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: Nilalayon ng kursong ito na maipakilala sa estudyante ang pangkalahatang saklaw ng pagtuto sa wika at komunikasyon. Nakabatay ang pananaw at prinsipyo ng kurso sa paghubog at paglinangng isang mulat na kamalayan, mula sa pag-unawa sa kalikasan ng wika at komunikasyon, hanggang sa paggamit sa mga kaalamang ito upang makabuo siya ng isang epektibong ugnayan sa kanyang kapwa at mapalawak ang kanyang pagkilalasa sarili at daigdig. Sa pamamagitan ng kursong ito, mamumulat ang estudyante na ang susi niya sa isang epektibo at dinamikong pakikipagkapwa ay nakasalalay sa kanyang masining na paglinang sa kanyang pakikinig, pagsasalita, pagbabasa, at pagsusulat.

COURSE NO: KYBOARD
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Keyboarding
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 1
Course Description: This course covers operation of the computer keyboard and developing basic keyboarding techniques required to develop speed and accuracy on straight copy. Instruction will include the alphabetic keys, numeric keys, and special symbol keys, as well as basic word processing features, including creating and printing a document.

COURSE NO: MODCOM1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Modern Communication 1
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with the necessary communicative skills in English. It is also focuses on the different parts of speech and sentence patterns. Furthermore, it includes reading selections as springboard for the teaching and development of grammatical concepts.

COURSE NO: NSTP001
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: NSTP 1
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS) is a component of the National Service Training Program (NSTP) is a course for first year students both males and females designed to help them understand, appreciate and eventually live by the basic concepts of the Student’s Transformation and Enrichment for Truth (STET) with the end in view of empowering them into becoming a potent resource for community development.

COURSE NO: PHYSED1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Physical Fitness
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 2
Course Description: This course include a wide variety of activities that can be used for physical fitness purposes, providing the students the fundamental understanding the basic body mechanics of gymnastics, stunts and physical fitness exercises.

COURSE NO: PRODSOF
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Productivity Software
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 2
Course Description: This course will train students in the use of popular productivity software tools such as word processors, spreadsheets, presentation/graphics, software, project management programs, accounting programs and the like.

FIRST YEAR SECOND SEMESTER

COURSE NO: BIBLE02
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Christian Life and Ethics
PREREQUISITE: BIBLE01
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course introduces the individual students in the development of dynamic Christian life and ethics that will gear to a potential and harmonious relationship with his God, his family, his community and his life.

COURSE NO: COMPRO2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Computer Programming 2
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO1
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: An introduction to the concepts of object oriented programming their semantics and implementation using C++. It also covers the programming methodology application development in C++.

COURSE NO: DATASTRU
COURSE TITLE: Data Structures
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO1
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This workshop provides an in-depth use of the ANSI C programming language. Guidelines on structured programming methodology and tips on coding style will be enumerated throughout the workshop. Emphasis will be placed upon use of advanced I/O routines, functions, pointer operations, dynamic data structure and memory allocation techniques. In the lab sessions, participants work through several hands-on exercises and develop small projects that reinforce the topics discussed.

COURSE NO: HARDSOF
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Hardware and Software Fundamentals
PREREQUISITE: COMFUND
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This subject presents an in-depth exposure to computer hardware and operating systems. Students learn the functionality of hardware and software components as well as suggested best practices in maintenance, and safety issues. Through hands on activities and labs, students learn how to assemble and configure a computer, install operating systems and software, and troubleshoot hardware and software problems. In addition, an introduction to networking is included.

COURSE NO: INTERNE
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Internet and Multimedia
PREREQUISITE: COMFUND
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: Internet and Multimedia System is designed to study and use basic Internet technologies such as telnet, group communication tools, FTP, and the World Wide Web. And also utilizing other Internet applications such as email, newsgroups, and gopher for class projects and communication. Students will design and build their own web pages as part of a final project, incorporating basic HTML and multimedia types such as animation, audio and video. Students will also learn about the various types of multimedia applications and how to construct effective interactive multimedia messages.

COURSE NO: MODCOM2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Modern Communication 2
PREREQUISITE: Engl1
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with the necessary communicative skills in English. It is also focuses on the different parts of speech and sentence patterns. Furthermore, it includes reading selections as springboard for the teaching and development of grammatical concepts.

COURSE NO: NSTP002
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: NSTP 2
PREREQUISITE: NSTP01
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS) 2 is a sequel to CWTS 2. It is designed to immerse students in activities that will arm them with the capability to contribute to the uplift of the general welfare and the quality of life for the members of the community and the enhancement of its facilities especially those that are devoted to improving the health, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation and morals of the citizens.

COURSE NO: PHYSED2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Rhythmic Activities
PREREQUISITE: PE 1
UNITS: 2
Course Description: The emphasis of this course is on learning on the fundamentals of the Philippine Folk Dances, Ballroom Dances and other types of dances.

COURSE NO: TRIGONO
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Trigonometry
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This covers fundamental concepts of plane trigonometry and of plane analytic geometry. Trig functions, trig identities, solving triangles, analytic geometric proofs, conics, parametric equations.

SECOND YEAR FIRST SEMESTER

COURSE NO: CALCULS
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Calculus
PREREQUISITE: TRIGONO
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The course begins with a treatment of the real number system, then reviews solving equations. Functions and their properties are covered next followed by related theorems. The lesson on the complex number system allows for a more in-depth discussion of mathematics. Also covered are identities, solving triangles and matrices. This course covers the methods of integration, and the study of the definite integral, with applications to problems in areas, volumes, surfaces, and lengths of arcs. A course covering the real number system as a complete, ordered field; topological properties of R and R2 , limits and continuity.

COURSE NO: COLPHYS1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: College Physics 1
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course provides a conceptually-based exposure to the fundamental principles and processes of the physical world. Topics include basic concepts of motion, forces, energy, heat, electricity, magnetism, and the structure of matter and the universe. Upon completion, students should be able to describe examples and applications of the principles studied

COURSE NO: COMPORG
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Computer Organization and Assembly Language
PREREQUISITE: HARDSOF
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course is about the structure and function of computers. Discussion are geared toward a common understanding that the computers system or the computer in general, can be viewed as a structure of components and its function described in terms of the collective function on its co-operating components.

COURSE NO: COMPRO3
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Computer Programming 3
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO2
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course covers principles of object-oriented design and programming. Topics include the role of objects, classes, methods, message passing, encapsulation, polymorphism, inheritance, and instantiation. Topics are illustrated using an object-oriented language such as VB.NET.

COURSE NO: DISSTRU
COURSE TITLE: Discrete Structures
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course covers logic, discrete probability, recurrence relations, Boolean algebra, sets, relations, counting, functions, maps, Big-O notation, proof techniques including induction, and proof by contradiction.

COURSE NO: FILIPI2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Pagbabasa’t Pagsusulat ng Iba’t-Ibang Isip
PREREQUISITE: FILIPI1
UNITS: 3
Course Description: Ang kursong Filipi2 ay nagbibigay-focus sa pagbabasa at pagsulat sa mga pangangailangang akademik at instrumento sa pagkatuto. Pagaaralan angmga estratehiya sa kritikal na pagbasa ng iba’t ibang genre ng nakasulat (maging naririnig) na textong pang-agham pantao. Ang pagsulat ukol sa mga paksang akademik, gayundin para sa komunkasyong pampropesyonal ay malaking bahagi ng tasks.

COURSE NO: PHYSED3
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Individual / Dual Sports
PREREQUISITE: PHYSED1
UNITS: 2
Course Description: This course is designed to offer undergraduate students an In-depth experience with various outdoor skills for individual and dual sports.

COURSE NO: QUALPRO
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Quality Processes
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: An in-depth study of the theoretical foundations of quality management along with applications of the quantitative and qualitative tools used in improving organizational quality and productivity. Coverage will include the principles promoted by major quality experts and a review of the requirements for corporate quality certification.

SECOND YEAR SECOND SEMESTER

COURSE NO: AUTOMAT
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Automata and Language Theory
PREREQUISITE: DISSTRU
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course introduces the models that represent the features at the core of all computers and their applications. The theory provides concepts and principles that help us understand the general nature of the computer science discipline. It also includes the introduction to the notion automaton and its application, formal languages, state machines, languages and grammars.

COURSE NO: COLPHYS2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: College Physics 2
PREREQUISITE: COLPHYS1
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course is designed to give non-majors in engineering an introduction to electric circuits, semiconductor devices, and microelectronic circuits. it covers the basic principles of circuit analysis, transient analysis, AC steady-state analysis, introduction to semiconductor devices and fabrication, digital logic circuits, opamps, and A/D and D/A conversion.

COURSE NO: DBMSYST
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Database Management System
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO2
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course covers the Standard Query Language, the SQL BASIC AND SQL ADVANCE. It includes the creation of tables using the Microsoft Access and the same time creation with the same time creation with the SQL Statements. It covers also the introduction to the E-R Model for the better understanding what are the different meta data that is included in the creation of database, together with the equivalent terminology between Microsoft Access and E-R model.

COURSE NO: HUMANIT
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Introduction to Music and Art Appreciation
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course aims to help students understand ways in which literature and the fine arts can deepen their sense of what it means to be human. The course gives students practice appreciating masterpieces of painting, sculpture, architecture, music, poetry, prose narrative, theater, dance, and film.

COURSE NO: OPERSYS
COURSE TITLE : Operating Systems
PREREQUISITE: COMPORG
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course covers the introduction of OS with UNIX/LINUX, DOS and WINDOWS as the OS. Topics include the Basic Commands in these operating system. Also includes the basic operation in windows, the creation of Batch Files in DOS. This also includes the electronic mail system in UNIX/LINUX and the basic tools and utilities of both DOS and UNIX/LINUX.

COURSE NO: PHYSED4
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Group / Team Sports
PREREQUISITE: PHYSED1
UNITS: 2
Course Description: This course introduces the students to the background, skills needed to play, officiating, rules and regulations and others, pertaining to Volleyball and Basketball.

COURSE NO: PROBSTA
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Probability and Statistics
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA
UNITS: 3
Course Description: Fundamentals of probability; discrete and continuous random variables; expected value; variance; joint, marginal, and conditional distributions; conditional expectations; applications, simulations; central limit theorem, order statistics.

COURSE NO: SYSTDES
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: System Analysis and Design
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO2
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course aims to clearly define the roles and purposes of a systems analyst in the growing field of data processing and thus shape students to becoming qualified entrants to the field of system analysis. To achieve major objective, this course is defined to clearly explain system design tools, system development life cycles and problems, analysis, detailed database design, and cost- benefit analysis.

THIRD YEAR FIRST SEMESTER

COURSE NO: CSELEC1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: CS Elective 1
PREREQUISITE: 3RD YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
COURSE NO: MODSIMU
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Modeling and Simulation
PREREQUISITE: AUTOMAT
UNITS: 3
Course Description: In this course, students will learn to use the 2D model library for small rotations. This 2D model library is suited very well for modeling planar mechatronic systems. In this course, a strong focus is put on precision engineering. This courses introduces the students to modelling and simulation concepts. Topics discussed in the course includes, system analysis and classification., abstract and simulation models, continuous, discrete, and combined models, heterogeneous models. It also covers pseudorandom number generation and testing, queuing systems, Monte Carlo method, and continuous simulation. Simulation experiment control.

COURSE NO: NETPRIN
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Network Principles
PREREQUISITE: OPERSYS
UNITS: 3
Course Description: An introduction to the study of computer networks. Current methods and practices in the use of networks are examined. Other topics include physical and architectural elements, information layers, and network tools. Various architectures are compared and contrasted. This course also examines a variety of network technologies and concepts, including: analog and digital telephony, voice digitization, digital transmission, multiplexing, switching, modulation techniques, synchronization control, network management, fiber-optic systems, mobile systems, ATM, digital subscriber access and traffic analysis. The focus in this course will be on understanding the underlying concepts and requirements relevant to these technologies, as well as implementation issues and practices.

COURSE NO: PHILLIT
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Philippine Literature
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The study of literary forms or genres, exemplified this time by selected literary texts form in the Philippines written during different historical periods.

COURSE NO: PROGLAN
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Programming Languages
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO2, DATASTRU
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This is a course on the study of the principles of modern programming languages. The students perform a study of syntax, semantics, and pragmatics of high-level programming languages. The course also provides a discussion of listing processing, object-oriented, functional, procedural, or other programming paradigms.

COURSE NO: SOCIETY
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Society and Culture with Family Planning
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The family as a structural and functional unit in social life and organization, as a unit of social control; its status, change, and associated problems.

COURSE NO: TECHWRI
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Technical Writing
PREREQUISITE: MODCOM2
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course covers principles and procedure of technical writing; attention to analyzing audience and purpose, organizing information, designing graphic aids, and writing such specialized forms as abstracts, instructions, and proposals.

COURSE NO: WEBPROG
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Web Programming
PREREQUISITE: INTERNE
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course provides an introduction to programming for the web. Specifically, students will learn how to program in a server-side scripting language (such as PHP [PHP Hypertext Preprocessor]) to create dynamically generated web pages. The course is offered in two streams. Those new to computing may attend the beginner stream where extra classes and an overview of computing fundamentals is offered. Those with some programming experience will attend the advanced stream. This course provides the students with the fundamental understanding of developing web-based applications and its corresponding support systems. The course requires the use of different technologies in order to implement various web-based software applications.

THIRD YEAR SECOND SEMESTER

COURSE NO: ALGORIT
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Design and Analysis of Algorithm
PREREQUISITE: DATASTRU
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The course covers central notions and techniques in algorithms, computability, and complexity. The course is theoretical. Students will be required to understand mathematical proofs and to craft proofs by themselves. Algorithmic and analytic tools learned in the class should be handy for electrical, computer, and software engineers.

COURSE NO: CSELEC2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: CS Elective 2
PREREQUISITE: 3RD YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1

COURSE NO: DIGIDES
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Digital Design
PREREQUISITE: COMPORG
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course covers the basic tools for the design of digital circuits and provides method and procedures suitable for a variety of digital design.

COURSE NO: GENPSYCH
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: General Psychology
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: It is a three unit course which deals with the study human behavior. It is particularly focused on the what, why and how of human behavior. Drug Education and prevention has been incorporated in the subject matter. Practical applications of the different learning experiences conducted with the students.

COURSE NO: LITWRLD
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Literatures of the world
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The continued study of literary forms or genres, exemplified this time by selected literary texts form various countries, written during different historical periods.

COURSE NO: POLIGOV
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Politics and Governance with New Constitution
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: Poligov is an introductory course in political science that aims to provide students with systematic overview of the political world, with particular attention on the Philippine experience. It introduces students to the fundamental concepts, theories and methods in the study of politics, and their proper application in the process of political analysis. The course examines the structures, processes and environment that shape contemporary power relations and have a significant bearing on the practice of politics and governance. Through the course, students learn to use analytic frameworks in understanding contemporary issues in politics and governance.

COURSE NO: PROFETH
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Professional Ethics
PREREQUISITE: 3RD YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course focuses on issues of professionalism that affect information professionals in their everyday work environment. Broad topical areas, which will covered include professional ethics, standards of practice and professional competencies. The course will look at social trends to consider how they have an impact on “generally accepted practices” among professionals. We will also consider demographic indicators, business climate, and legal and regulatory proscription.

COURSE NO: SOFTENG
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Software Engineering
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO3
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course covers the various software engineering techniques, methods, and tools, which can be used in the implementation of strategic systems development. It also covers project planning, software requirements, design concepts and principles, implementation, testing, delivery and maintenance.

FOURTH YEAR SUMMER

COURSE NO: OJT
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Internship/OJT/Practicum
PREREQUISITE: 4TH YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The field practicum is a central learning experience in the Bachelor of Science in Information Management. Students have the opportunity to apply knowledge gain from the previous academic years in the actual field under the supervision of an experienced professional and the practicum coordinator. Practicum in the curriculum is “Industry Immersion” where a student will have to fit into a real office scenario and what he could contribute to the work place as Junior IT professional. The student works in an office/agency/institution at the best with its information systems for 320 to gain practical training in one of the varied aspects of information and computer technology.
FOURTH YEAR FIRST SEMESTER

COURSE NO: CSELEC3
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: CS Elective 3
PREREQUISITE: 4TH YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This covers introduction to graphical user interfaces (GUI), event driven programming, and Windows on screen objects such as command buttons, text boxes, option buttons, and graphics. Programming projects will require students to design interactive screens as well as code subroutines to implement the programs.

COURSE NO: ECONTAR
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Economics with Taxation and Agrarian Reform
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: Analysis of the effects of taxation on economic behavior; taxation and public choice; the effects of taxation on the distribution of income; theory and empirical analysis of welfare effects of taxes; optimal tax theory; issues in tax policy and tax reform.

COURSE NO: FRELEC1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Free Elective 1
PREREQUISITE: 3RD YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course introduces a new programming environment to the students. It covers OOP concepts and implementation, language basics and common Java Applets. It also covers GUI programming and Applets.

COURSE NO: FREELEC2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Free Elective 2
PREREQUISITE: 3rd YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course focuses on the creation, manipulation and development of graphics for all type of presentation using available resources. It leads towards the development of animated and streaming video clips by first hand experience.

COURSE NO: JPRIZAL
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Life, Works, and Writings of Dr. Jose Rizal
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The course deals with the life, works and writings of Dr. Jose Protacio Mercado Rizal. It aims to present to the students the different attribute that made him acclaimed, “ Great Malayan”. It presents the richness of Rizal’s thought and teaching which are his living legacies to the human race. The course further aims to let the students see themselves in Rizal’s life they may realize the essence of their being a Filipino and that their national consciousness be awakened and help the Philippine attain greater heights. It is within the aim of this course that these young citizens develop in themselves a perspective and horizons patterned with that of Rizal which is worth emulating.

COURSE NO: THESIS1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Thesis 1
PREREQUISITE: 4TH YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: Introduces the topic through lectures with students having the opportunity to define and specify a medium-sized project. The lectures and the class project will cover topics in software engineering lifecycles, problem specification and analysis, system design techniques, and documentation.

FOURTH YEAR SECOND SEMESTER

COURSE NO: CSELEC4
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: CS Elective 4
PREREQUISITE: 4TH YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course equips the students with fundamental concepts and techniques of expert systems. Skills in utilizing expert system shells to design expert systems for business related application are also practiced. This course covers topics of expert systems methodology including knowledge engineering, knowledge representation, inference, conflict, resolution, languages, and tools.

COURSE NO: FLDTRIP
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Field Trips and Seminars
PREREQUISITE: 4TH YEAR STANDING
UNIT: 1
Course Description: Topics offered at the graduate level which is not covered in regular courses. Students participate in preparing and presenting discussion material.

COURSE NO: FREELEC3
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Free Elective 3
PREREQUISITE: 3RD YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
COURSE NO: FREELEC4
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Free Elective 4
PREREQUISITE: 3RD YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 3
COURSE NO: THESIS2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Thesis 2
PREREQUISITE: THESIS1
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course focuses on the actual development programming, implementation and documentation of an application system or software. It gives the student the first-hand experience to apply their knowledge in structured or modular programming as well as in effective database management and software engineering by building and implementing a working software or application. Moreover, this course allows the student to test, debug, and evaluate the application he or she developed.

College of Computer Studies And Engineering
Lorma Colleges
City of San Fernando
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Course Description
SY 2011-2012
FIRST YEAR
FIRST SEMESTER
COURSE NO: ALGEBRA
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: College Algebra
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: A course involving the study of the real number line, algebraic
operations and processes of elementary algebraic terms, and also those that involves
exponents and radicals, linear equations, quadratic equations, system equations, and
its applications, the binomial theorem, factoring fractions, progressions, ratio proportions
and variations, the fundamental theorem of algebra, theory of equations, determinants,
partial fractions permutations and combinations and complex numbers.
COURSE NO: BIBLE01
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Christian Foundation
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course is an introduction of the story of the Bible, the nature
and being of God and the power of God’s word in one’s life with emphasis of the life,
person and ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ. It also embraces biblical and Christian
values that will inspire the students to live uprightly and to achieve excellent and
honorable aspirations.
COURSE NO: COMFUND
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Computer Fundamentals
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: In this course the student is exposed to beginning instruction and
practice in their skills in developing their skills in typing and learn the different DOS
commands and equip them with the skills and knowledge to successfully use Microsoft
Office such as MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point and simple database application.
COURSE NO: COMPRO1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Computer Programming 1
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: Computer system, problem-solving procedures, algorithms and
controls structures, data types, vectors, array and record and string manipulation. C
programming concepts, variables, operators, and expressions statements, functions,
array and pointer, structure, processor.
COURSE NO: FILIPI1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: Nilalayon ng kursong ito na maipakilala sa estudyante ang
pangkalahatang saklaw ng pagtuto sa wika at komunikasyon. Nakabatay ang pananaw
at prinsipyo ng kurso sa paghubog at paglinangng isang mulat na kamalayan, mula sa
pag-unawa sa kalikasan ng wika at komunikasyon, hanggang sa paggamit sa mga
kaalamang ito upang makabuo siya ng isang epektibong ugnayan sa kanyang kapwa at
mapalawak ang kanyang pagkilalasa sarili at daigdig. Sa pamamagitan ng kursong ito,
mamumulat ang estudyante na ang susi niya sa isang epektibo at dinamikong
pakikipagkapwa ay nakasalalay sa kanyang masining na paglinang sa kanyang
pakikinig, pagsasalita, pagbabasa, at pagsusulat.
COURSE NO: KYBOARD
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Keyboarding
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 1
Course Description: This course covers operation of the computer keyboard and
developing basic keyboarding techniques required to develop speed and accuracy on
straight copy. Instruction will include the alphabetic keys, numeric keys, and special
symbol keys, as well as basic word processing features, including creating and printing
a document.
COURSE NO: MODCOM1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Modern Communication 1
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with the necessary
communicative skills in English. It is also focuses on the different parts of speech and
sentence patterns. Furthermore, it includes reading selections as springboard for the
teaching and development of grammatical concepts.
COURSE NO: NSTP001
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: NSTP 1
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS) is a component of the
National Service Training Program (NSTP) is a course for first year students both males
and females designed to help them understand, appreciate and eventually live by the
basic concepts of the Student’s Transformation and Enrichment for Truth (STET) with
the end in view of empowering them into becoming a potent resource for community
development.
COURSE NO: PHYSED1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Physical Fitness
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 2
Course Description: This course include a wide variety of activities that can be used
for physical fitness purposes, providing the students the fundamental understanding the
basic body mechanics of gymnastics, stunts and physical fitness exercises.
COURSE NO: PRODSOF
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Productivity Software
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 2
Course Description: This course will train students in the use of popular productivity
software tools such as word processors, spreadsheets, presentation/graphics, software,
project management programs, accounting programs and the like.
FIRST YEAR
SECOND SEMESTER
COURSE NO: BIBLE02
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Christian Life and Ethics
PREREQUISITE: BIBLE01
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course introduces the individual students in the development
of dynamic Christian life and ethics that will gear to a potential and harmonious
relationship with his God, his family, his community and his life.
COURSE NO: COMPRO2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Computer Programming 2
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO1
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: An introduction to the concepts of object oriented programming
their semantics and implementation using C++. It also covers the programming
methodology application development in C++.
COURSE NO: DATASTRU
COURSE TITLE: Data Structures
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO1
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This workshop provides an in-depth use of the ANSI C
programming language. Guidelines on structured programming methodology and tips
on coding style will be enumerated throughout the workshop. Emphasis will be placed
upon use of advanced I/O routines, functions, pointer operations, dynamic data
structure and memory allocation techniques. In the lab sessions, participants work
through several hands-on exercises and develop small projects that reinforce the topics
discussed.
COURSE NO: HARDSOF
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Hardware and Software Fundamentals
PREREQUISITE: COMFUND
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This subject presents an in-depth exposure to computer hardware
and operating systems. Students learn the functionality of hardware and software
components as well as suggested best practices in maintenance, and safety issues.
Through hands on activities and labs, students learn how to assemble and configure a
computer, install operating systems and software, and troubleshoot hardware and
software problems. In addition, an introduction to networking is included.
COURSE NO: INTERNE
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Internet and Multimedia
PREREQUISITE: COMFUND
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: Internet and Multimedia System is designed to study and use
basic Internet technologies such as telnet, group communication tools, FTP, and the
World Wide Web. And also utilizing other Internet applications such as email,
newsgroups, and gopher for class projects and communication. Students will design
and build their own web pages as part of a final project, incorporating basic HTML and
multimedia types such as animation, audio and video. Students will also learn about the
various types of multimedia applications and how to construct effective interactive
multimedia messages.
COURSE NO: MODCOM2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Modern Communication 2
PREREQUISITE: Engl1
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with the necessary
communicative skills in English. It is also focuses on the different parts of speech and
sentence patterns. Furthermore, it includes reading selections as springboard for the
teaching and development of grammatical concepts.
COURSE NO: NSTP002
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: NSTP 2
PREREQUISITE: NSTP01
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS) 2 is a sequel to
CWTS 2. It is designed to immerse students in activities that will arm them with the
capability to contribute to the uplift of the general welfare and the quality of life for the
members of the community and the enhancement of its facilities especially those that
are devoted to improving the health, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation
and morals of the citizens.
COURSE NO: PHYSED2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Rhythmic Activities
PREREQUISITE: PE 1
UNITS: 2
Course Description: The emphasis of this course is on learning on the fundamentals
of the Philippine Folk Dances, Ballroom Dances and other types of dances.
COURSE NO: TRIGONO
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Trigonometry
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This covers fundamental concepts of plane trigonometry and of
plane analytic geometry. Trig functions, trig identities, solving triangles, analytic
geometric proofs, conics, parametric equations.
SECOND YEAR
FIRST SEMESTER
COURSE NO: CALCULS
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Calculus
PREREQUISITE: TRIGONO
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The course begins with a treatment of the real number system,
then reviews solving equations. Functions and their properties are covered next
followed by related theorems. The lesson on the complex number system allows for a
more in-depth discussion of mathematics. Also covered are identities, solving triangles
and matrices. This course covers the methods of integration, and the study of the
definite integral, with applications to problems in areas, volumes, surfaces, and lengths
of arcs. A course covering the real number system as a complete, ordered field;
topological properties of R and R2 , limits and continuity.
COURSE NO: COLPHYS1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: College Physics 1
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course provides a conceptually-based exposure to the
fundamental principles and processes of the physical world. Topics include basic
concepts of motion, forces, energy, heat, electricity, magnetism, and the structure of
matter and the universe. Upon completion, students should be able to describe
examples and applications of the principles studied
COURSE NO: COMPORG
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Computer Organization and Assembly Language
PREREQUISITE: 2/1
UNITS: HARDSOF
Course Description: This course is about the structure and function of computers.
Discussion are geared toward a common understanding that the computers system or
the computer in general, can be viewed as a structure of components and its function
described in terms of the collective function on its co-operating components.
COURSE NO: COMPRO3
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Computer Programming 3
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO2
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course covers principles of object-oriented design and
programming. Topics include the role of objects, classes, methods, message passing,
encapsulation, polymorphism, inheritance, and instantiation. Topics are illustrated using
an object-oriented language such as VB.NET.
COURSE NO: DISSTRU
COURSE TITLE: Discrete Structures
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course covers logic, discrete probability, recurrence
relations, Boolean algebra, sets, relations, counting, functions, maps, Big-O notation,
proof techniques including induction, and proof by contradiction.
COURSE NO: FILIPI2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Pagbabasa’t Pagsusulat ng Iba’t-Ibang Isip
PREREQUISITE: FILIPI1
UNITS: 3
Course Description: Ang kursong Filipi2 ay nagbibigay-focus sa pagbabasa at
pagsulat sa mga pangangailangang akademik at instrumento sa pagkatuto. Pagaaralan
angmga estratehiya sa kritikal na pagbasa ng iba’t ibang genre ng nakasulat
(maging naririnig) na textong pang-agham pantao. Ang pagsulat ukol sa mga paksang
akademik, gayundin para sa komunkasyong pampropesyonal ay malaking bahagi ng
tasks.
COURSE NO: PHYSED3
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Individual / Dual Sports
PREREQUISITE: PHYSED1
UNITS: 2
Course Description: This course is designed to offer undergraduate students an Idepth
experience with various outdoor skills for individual and dual sports.
COURSE NO: QUALPRO
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Quality Processes
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: An in-depth study of the theoretical foundations of quality
management along with applications of the quantitative and qualitative tools used in
improving organizational quality and productivity. Coverage will include the principles
promoted by major quality experts and a review of the requirements for corporate
quality certification.
SECOND YEAR
SECOND SEMESTER
COURSE NO: AUTOMAT
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Automata and Language Theory
PREREQUISITE: DISSTRU
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course introduces the models that represent the features at
the core of all computers and their applications. The theory provides concepts and
principles that help us understand the general nature of the computer science discipline.
It also includes the introduction to the notion automaton and its application, formal
languages, state machines, languages and grammars.
COURSE NO: COLPHYS2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: College Physics 2
PREREQUISITE: COLPHYS1
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course is designed to give non-majors in engineering an
introduction to electric circuits, semiconductor devices, and microelectronic circuits. it
covers the basic principles of circuit analysis, transient analysis, AC steady-state
analysis, introduction to semiconductor devices and fabrication, digital logic circuits, opamps,
and A/D and D/A conversion.
COURSE NO: DBMSYST
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Database Management System
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO2
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course covers the Standard Query Language, the SQL
BASIC AND SQL ADVANCE. It includes the creation of tables using the Microsoft
Access and the same time creation with the same time creation with the SQL
Statements. It covers also the introduction to the E-R Model for the better understanding
what are the different meta data that is included in the creation of database, together
with the equivalent terminology between Microsoft Access and E-R model.
COURSE NO: HUMANIT
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Introduction to Music and Art Appreciation
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course aims to help students understand ways in which
literature and the fine arts can deepen their sense of what it means to be human. The
course gives students practice appreciating masterpieces of painting, sculpture,
architecture, music, poetry, prose narrative, theater, dance, and film.
COURSE NO: OPERSYS
COURSE TITLE : Operating Systems
PREREQUISITE: COMPORG
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course covers the introduction of OS with UNIX/LINUX, DOS
and WINDOWS as the OS. Topics include the Basic Commands in these operating
system. Also includes the basic operation in windows, the creation of Batch Files in
DOS. This also includes the electronic mail system in UNIX/LINUX and the basic tools
and utilities of both DOS and UNIX/LINUX.
COURSE NO: PHYSED4
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Group / Team Sports
PREREQUISITE: PHYSED1
UNITS: 2
Course Description: This course introduces the students to the background, skills
needed to play, officiating, rules and regulations and others, pertaining to Volleyball and
Basketball.
COURSE NO: PROBSTA
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Probability and Statistics
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA
UNITS: 3
Course Description: Fundamentals of probability; discrete and continuous random
variables; expected value; variance; joint, marginal, and conditional distributions;
conditional expectations; applications, simulations; central limit theorem, order statistics.
COURSE NO: SYSTDES
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: System Analysis and Design
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO2
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course aims to clearly define the roles and purposes of a
systems analyst in the growing field of data processing and thus shape students to
becoming qualified entrants to the field of system analysis. To achieve major objective,
this course is defined to clearly explain system design tools, system development life
cycles and problems, analysis, detailed database design, and cost- benefit analysis.
THIRD YEAR
FIRST SEMESTER
COURSE NO: CSELEC1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: CS Elective 1
PREREQUISITE: 3RD YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
COURSE NO: MODSIMU
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Modeling and Simulation
PREREQUISITE: AUTOMAT
UNITS: 3
Course Description: In this course, students will learn to use the 2D model library for
small rotations. This 2D model library is suited very well for modeling planar
mechatronic systems. In this course, a strong focus is put on precision engineering.
This courses introduces the students to modelling and simulation concepts. Topics
discussed in the course includes, system analysis and classification., abstract and
simulation models, continuous, discrete, and combined models, heterogeneous models.
It also covers pseudorandom number generation and testing, queuing systems, Monte
Carlo method, and continuous simulation. Simulation experiment control.
COURSE NO: NETPRIN
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Network Principles
PREREQUISITE: OPERSYS
UNITS: 3
Course Description: An introduction to the study of computer networks. Current
methods and practices in the use of networks are examined. Other topics include
physical and architectural elements, information layers, and network tools. Various
architectures are compared and contrasted. This course also examines a variety of
network technologies and concepts, including: analog and digital telephony, voice
digitization, digital transmission, multiplexing, switching, modulation techniques,
synchronization control, network management, fiber-optic systems, mobile systems,
ATM, digital subscriber access and traffic analysis. The focus in this course will be on
understanding the underlying concepts and requirements relevant to these
technologies, as well as implementation issues and practices.
COURSE NO: PHILLIT
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Philippine Literature
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The study of literary forms or genres, exemplified this time by
selected literary texts form in the Philippines written during different historical periods.
COURSE NO: PROGLAN
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Programming Languages
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO2, DATASTRU
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This is a course on the study of the principles of modern
programming languages. The students perform a study of syntax, semantics, and
pragmatics of high-level programming languages. The course also provides a
discussion of listing processing, object-oriented, functional, procedural, or other
programming paradigms.
COURSE NO: SOCIETY
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Society and Culture with Family Planning
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The family as a structural and functional unit in social life and
organization, as a unit of social control; its status, change, and associated problems.
COURSE NO: TECHWRI
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Technical Writing
PREREQUISITE: MODCOM2
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course covers principles and procedure of technical writing;
attention to analyzing audience and purpose, organizing information, designing graphic
aids, and writing such specialized forms as abstracts, instructions, and proposals.
COURSE NO: WEBPROG
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Web Programming
PREREQUISITE: INTERNE
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course provides an introduction to programming for the web.
Specifically, students will learn how to program in a server-side scripting language (such
as PHP [PHP Hypertext Preprocessor]) to create dynamically generated web pages.
The course is offered in two streams. Those new to computing may attend the beginner
stream where extra classes and an overview of computing fundamentals is offered.
Those with some programming experience will attend the advanced stream. This
course provides the students with the fundamental understanding of developing webbased
applications and its corresponding support systems. The course requires the use
of different technologies in order to implement various web-based software applications.
THIRD YEAR
SECOND SEMESTER
COURSE NO: ALGORIT
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Design and Analysis of Algorithm
PREREQUISITE: DATASTRU
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The course covers central notions and techniques in algorithms,
computability, and complexity. The course is theoretical. Students will be required to
understand mathematical proofs and to craft proofs by themselves. Algorithmic and
analytic tools learned in the class should be handy for electrical, computer, and software
engineers.
COURSE NO: CSELEC2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: CS Elective 2
PREREQUISITE: 3RD YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
COURSE NO: DIGIDES
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Digital Design
PREREQUISITE: COMPORG
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course covers the basic tools for the design of digital circuits
and provides method and procedures suitable for a variety of digital design.
COURSE NO: GENPSYCH
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: General Psychology
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: It is a three unit course which deals with the study human
behavior. It is particularly focused on the what, why and how of human behavior. Drug
Education and prevention has been incorporated in the subject matter. Practical
applications of the different learning experiences conducted with the students.
COURSE NO: LITWRLD
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Literatures of the world
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The continued study of literary forms or genres, exemplified this
time by selected literary texts form various countries, written during different historical
periods.
COURSE NO: POLIGOV
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Politics and Governance with New Constitution
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: Poligov is an introductory course in political science that aims to
provide students with systematic overview of the political world, with particular attention
on the Philippine experience. It introduces students to the fundamental concepts,
theories and methods in the study of politics, and their proper application in the process
of political analysis. The course examines the structures, processes and environment
that shape contemporary power relations and have a significant bearing on the practice
of politics and governance. Through the course, students learn to use analytic
frameworks in understanding contemporary issues in politics and governance.
COURSE NO: PROFETH
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Professional Ethics
PREREQUISITE: 3RD YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course focuses on issues of professionalism that affect
information professionals in their everyday work environment. Broad topical areas,
which will covered include professional ethics, standards of practice and professional
competencies. The course will look at social trends to consider how they have an
impact on “generally accepted practices” among professionals. We will also consider
demographic indicators, business climate, and legal and regulatory proscription.
COURSE NO: SOFTENG
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Software Engineering
PREREQUISITE: COMPRO3
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course covers the various software engineering techniques,
methods, and tools, which can be used in the implementation of strategic systems
development. It also covers project planning, software requirements, design concepts
and principles, implementation, testing, delivery and maintenance.
FOURTH YEAR
SUMMER
COURSE NO: OJT
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Internship/OJT/Practicum
PREREQUISITE: 4TH YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The field practicum is a central learning experience in the
Bachelor of Science in Information Management. Students have the opportunity to apply
knowledge gain from the previous academic years in the actual field under the
supervision of an experienced professional and the practicum coordinator.
Practicum in the curriculum is “Industry Immersion” where a student will have to fit into a
real office scenario and what he could contribute to the work place as Junior IT
professional.
The student works in an office/agency/institution at the best with its information systems
for 320 to gain practical training in one of the varied aspects of information and
computer technology.
FOURTH YEAR
FIRST SEMESTER
COURSE NO: CSELEC3
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: CS Elective 3
PREREQUISITE: 4TH YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This covers introduction to graphical user interfaces (GUI), event
driven programming, and Windows on screen objects such as command buttons, text
boxes, option buttons, and graphics. Programming projects will require students to
design interactive screens as well as code subroutines to implement the programs.
COURSE NO: ECONTAR
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Economics with Taxation and Agrarian Reform
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: Analysis of the effects of taxation on economic behavior; taxation
and public choice; the effects of taxation on the distribution of income; theory and
empirical analysis of welfare effects of taxes; optimal tax theory; issues in tax policy and
tax reform.
COURSE NO: FRELEC1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Free Elective 1
PREREQUISITE: 3RD YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course introduces a new programming environment to the
students. It covers OOP concepts and implementation, language basics and common
Java Applets. It also covers GUI programming and Applets.
COURSE NO: FREELEC2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Free Elective 2
PREREQUISITE: 3rd YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course focuses on the creation, manipulation and
development of graphics for all type of presentation using available resources. It leads
towards the development of animated and streaming video clips by first hand
experience.
COURSE NO: JPRIZAL
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Life, Works, and Writings of Dr. Jose Rizal
PREREQUISITE: NONE
UNITS: 3
Course Description: The course deals with the life, works and writings of Dr. Jose
Protacio Mercado Rizal. It aims to present to the students the different attribute that
made him acclaimed, “ Great Malayan”. It presents the richness of Rizal’s thought and
teaching which are his living legacies to the human race. The course further aims to let
the students see themselves in Rizal’s life they may realize the essence of their being a
Filipino and that their national consciousness be awakened and help the Philippine
attain greater heights. It is within the aim of this course that these young citizens
develop in themselves a perspective and horizons patterned with that of Rizal which is
worth emulating.
COURSE NO: THESIS1
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Thesis 1
PREREQUISITE: 4TH YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: Introduces the topic through lectures with students having the
opportunity to define and specify a medium-sized project. The lectures and the class
project will cover topics in software engineering lifecycles, problem specification and
analysis, system design techniques, and documentation.
FOURTH YEAR
SECOND SEMESTER
COURSE NO: CSELEC4
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: CS Elective 4
PREREQUISITE: 4TH YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
Course Description: This course equips the students with fundamental concepts and
techniques of expert systems. Skills in utilizing expert system shells to design expert
systems for business related application are also practiced. This course covers topics of
expert systems methodology including knowledge engineering, knowledge
representation, inference, conflict, resolution, languages, and tools.
COURSE NO: FLDTRIP
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Field Trips and Seminars
PREREQUISITE: 4TH YEAR STANDING
UNIT: 1
Course Description: Topics offered at the graduate level which is not covered in
regular courses. Students participate in preparing and presenting discussion material.
COURSE NO: FREELEC3
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Free Elective 3
PREREQUISITE: 3RD YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 2/1
COURSE NO: FREELEC4
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Free Elective 4
PREREQUISITE: 3RD YEAR STANDING
UNITS: 3
COURSE NO: THESIS2
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Thesis 2
PREREQUISITE: THESIS2
UNITS: 3
Course Description: This course focuses on the actual development programming,
implementration and documentation of an application system or software. It gives the
student the first-hand experience to apply their knowledge in structured or modular
programming as well as in effective database management and software engineering by
building and implementing a working software or application. Moreover, this course
allows the student to test, debug, and evaluate the application he or she developed.

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CCSE LOGO

The College of Computer Studies and Engineering of Lorma Colleges Logo epitomizes the vision, mission and objectives of the department and the School.

The laptop on top of the globe symbolizes the role of Information and Computing Technology (ICT) in all aspects in everyday living. The frequency on the screen marks the state of ICT of Lorma Colleges.

The cross depicts the globally competitive graduates with Christian values.  The olive leaf represents the wisdom bestowed to the students in answer to their ever-burning zeal to conquer knowledge. The CODE in IT is inscribed on the tower, the engineering symbol, Lorma being the “Center of Development for Excellence in IT Education in Region I”

The CD fronting the tower’s base is an icon representing the capabilities of the department in multimedia advancements and other innovations in this technology. The USB port and the satellite disk represents the versatility of the department and its active networking with business industries, government and with the local and foreign academic institutions.

The student emerging at the bottom is transformed as a matured professional equipped with skills and knowledge ready to face the world with all its challenges. The supercomputer circuit stands for the status received by Lorma as the country’s first entry in the international list of created supercomputers.

The CCSE logo shines depicting quality education given by the department, a truly CODE in IT Education in Region  I.

Artist: Jan Erich V. Calderon, BSIT 2004

Description by:  ABN

 

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