Overview

CCS Logo NewHISTORY AND BACKGROUND
The College of Computing Studies (CCS) initially began in 2004, when the Institute of Engineering and Architecture headed by Engr. Rohel S. Serrano commenced the semestral offering of the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) course. The BSIT course was in accordance with the CHED Memorandum Order No. 25, Series of 2001 of the Revised Policies and Standards for Information Technology Education (ITE). And with the offering of the new program, the organization changed its name into Institute of Science and Technology (now College of Engineering and Architecture (CEA)).

On December 9, 2009, the conversion of Don Honorio Ventura College of Arts and Trades (DHVCAT) into Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University (DHVTSU) directed the way to the approval and creation of the College of Computer Studies. The Dean of the CEA, Engr. Reden M. Hernandez was also designated as the Concurrent Dean of the CCS.

The Computer Education Program (CEP), which offers trimestral program under the CCS Department, was instituted on November 30, 2010, with the approval of pre-termination agreement of DHVTSU with Prince Technology Education under Board Resolution No. 78 Series of 2010.

Arch. Hermel S. Sotiangco was appointed as the OIC Dean of the CCS in November 2011 and as Dean of the CCS effective August 2012. With his leadership and improvements in his mind, the CCS remained strong in finding more means of bringing further highlights to the College. 

In 2012, the CCS offered Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) and Diploma in Computer Technician (DCT) through CEP’s trimestral program.

In 2014, Dean Sotiangco assumed the Directorship of the Office of Physical Plant and Facilities (OPPF) and DHVTSU administration appointed Engr. Ranie B. Canlas, a Master of Science in Computer Engineering holder, as the new Dean of the CCS. After a year, under his supervision, the College acquired an endorsement of offering two (2) additional courses: Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCpE) and Bachelor of Science in Information System (BSIS). He also renamed the College’s name into College of Computing Studies due to multi-discipline course offerings.

In 2016, the CCS acquired its Level 1 Accredited Status for BSIT under the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines. Dean Ranie B. Canlas was promoted to Vice-President for Research, Extension and Training Services (VPRETS) in 2017.

In April 2017, Prof. Joel D. Canlas was named the new Dean of the CCS. Dean Canlas is a degree holder of Master in Information Technology and Master in Business Administration. He served the College as Chairperson for BSCS, BSIS, BSCpE and ACT. With the leadership of Dean Canlas, the College is expected to provide quality and efficient learning for the CCS students.

From its inception and humble beginnings in 2004, the College of Computing Studies has come a long way as an institution in DHVTSU and transpired from a part of the Institute of Engineering and Architecture into a separate College now consisting of 26 enthusiastic and hardworking Faculty Members specializing in Information and Communication Technology Education and Servicing Faculty Members handling Social Sciences and Languages.

In addition, the CCS has three (3) existing buildings: a). CCS Building, with five (5) Lecture Rooms, two (2) Computer Software Laboratories and two (2) Network Laboratories. b). CEP Building, with four (4) Lecture Rooms, one (1) Computer System Servicing Laboratory, c). ICT Building, with two (2) Lecture Rooms.

VISION
The College of Computer Studies 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.

GOAL
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
      The BS Information Technology (BSIT) program includes the study of the utilization of both hardware and software technologies involving planning, installing, customizing, operating, managing and administering, and maintaining information technology infrastructure that provides computing solutions to address the needs of an organization.

    • BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
      The BS Computer Science (BSCS) program includes the study of computing concepts and theories, algorithm foundations and new developments in computing. The program prepares students to design and create algorithmically complex software and develop new and effective algorithms for solving computing problems.

      The program also includes the study of standards and practices in Software Engineering. It prepares students to acquire skills and disciplines required for designing, writing and modifying software components, modules and applications that comprise software solutions.

    • BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS
      The BS Information System (BSIS) program includes the study of application and effect of information technology to organizations. Graduates of the program should be able to implement an information system, which considers complex technological and organizational factors affecting it. These include components, tools, techniques, strategies, methodologies. etc.

    • BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING
      The Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCpE) is a program that embodies the science and technology of design, development, implementation, maintenance and integration of software and hardware components in modern computing systems and computer-controlled equipment.

  • 2-Year Diploma Course
    • Associate in Computer Technology
      Based from CHED Memorandum Circular No. 5 series of 1998, the Associate in Computer Technology is a two-year non-degree program leading to a diploma in Associate in Computer Technology. Although not exactly equivalent to the first two years of the degree programs in Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS), Information Technology (BSIT) and Information Management (BSIM), the ACT may be considered as a ladderized program for the above mentioned programs in Information Technology.

 


Faculty & Staff

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

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

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

Asil Kastle S. Dela Cruz MIT
Chairperson

Faculty Members
  1. Robin T. Arcilla, MIT
  2. Juvy N. Cruz, MIT
  3. Edgar B. David, BSIT 
  4. Aileen P. De Leon, MIT, DTM(units)
  5. Philip I. Doctor, MIT(units) 
  6. Christian S. Mallari, MSIT, DIT(units) 
  7. Nikko P. Nicdao, BSIT
  8. Ruby Rosa N. Puno, MIT 
  9. Joel B. Quiambao, BSCS 
  10. Angelito D. Quito, MIT(units) 
  11. Reden Paul L. Rivera, MIT(units) 
  12. Jordan L. Salenga, MIT(units) 
  13. Donna O. Soriano, MAELLT 
  14. Julieta M. Umali, MSIT, Ed.D(units) 

Ms. Geraldine T. Galang
College Secretary

Faculty Profile

 

FACULTY PROFILE BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Highest Degree Number Percent
 Bachelor's Degree Holder 3 12 %
 Pursuing Master's Degree 9 36 %
 Master's Degree Holder 9 36 %
 Pursuing Doctoral Degree 4 16 %
TOTAL 25 100 %

 

FACULTY PROFILE BY JOB APPOINTMENT
Appointment Number Percent
 Permanent 14 56 %
 Temporary 7 28 %
 Job Order 4 16 %
TOTAL 25 100 %

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