UA CCSIT Consults Industry-Partners and Stakeholders, Inks MOA

University of the Assumption College of Computing Sciences and Information Technology held a focus group discussion at the Domus Mariae Coffee Shop on March 14, 2018.

Alumni, parents, students, student-leaders, members of UA executive committee; as well as industry partners, were consulted on the development of the new curriculum which is aligned to the Kto12 program.

Dr. Joey Suba, CCSIT dean, said that the content of the new curriculum for the BS Information Technology program would be more advanced and responsive to the needs of incoming first year college students.

“…we revised our curriculum, develop it well so that we can adjust to the needs prepare our students to the challenges of the industry. Our stakeholders and industry partners contributed in these enhancements in the curriculum,” Suba explained.

He also mentioned that the curriculum would be focused on three specializations: web and mobile development, information and network management, and multimedia and animation.

After the focus group discussion a signing of memorandum of agreement was held between CCSIT and
companies including Protos EzyVA Pampanga, Inc., and Simbillo Ads,

“We entered into agreements with several outsourcing and advertising companies for the internship of our students and to serve as our partners on IT-related matters,” added Suba.

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