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Bachelor of Science in Information Technology in the Philippines


 

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) is a four-year degree program in the Philippines that deals with the processing and distribution of data with emphasis on its application on businesses.

By enrolling in this program you will learn how to write, design, and maintain computer programs; check them for errors; determine appropriate solutions to fix problems, and rewrite codes to accommodate necessary changes.  Since this course is more about the business application of the systems or applications you will create, you may also be taking up a few business subjects such as Accounting and Human Resource Management.

Some of the subjects that you may take during the course of your study include:

  • IT Fundamentals
  • Programming
  • Discrete Structure
  • Computer Organization
  • Operating Systems Application
  • Network Management
  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Software Engineering
  • Technopreneurship
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • Database Management Systems
  • Web Development
  • Multimedia Systems

In addition to taking those subjects, you may also undergo an On-the-Job Training program at IT companies or companies whose businesses are heavily dependent on Information Technology such as computer and computer accessories manufacturers, call centers, and accounting firms to name a few.

 

What Students Have to Say:

 

CAREERS

Graduates of BS Information Technology can apply for any of the following positions:

  • Network Administrator
  • Database Manager
  • Technical Support Specialist
  • Web Developer
  • QA Specialist
  • Mobile Applications Developer

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The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) is a four-year degree program in the Philippines that deals with the processing and distribution of data with emphasis on its application on businesses. By enrolling in this program you will learn how to write, design, and maintain computer programs; check them for errors; determine appropriate solutions to fix problems, and rewrite codes to accommodate necessary changes.  Since this course is more about the business application of the systems or applications you will create, you may also be taking up a few business subjects such as Accounting and Human Resource Management. Some of the …


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  1. Marloe says:

    Okay lang po ba sa OLFU ang BSIT Ask ko lang po. thanks :D

    • Hi, Marloe!

      We’re sorry, but as much as we’d like to help, we haven’t personally experienced studying at OLFU, so we’re afraid we’re not in the position to answer that question. We suggest you seek out acquaintances who graduated from the school or search for online forums where OLFU graduates are known to hang around in so they can give you proper advice.
      :)

  2. Ramil oribia says:

    Hi admin tanong lang graduate ako ng ALS gusto ko sana mag college at kunin kung course ay bsit. Pwde ba ko dun? Hehe

    • Hi, Ramil!

      Yes, you can. Graduates of the ALS program can take any two, three, four or five-year course at any duly-recognized academic institution, provided that they meet the school’s admission requirements. :)

  3. hi, just asking if this course requires high mathematical/logical skills. Thanks for the reply

    • Hi, Puchi!

      According to a BSIT graduate we spoke with, the course does have more Mathematics subjects than other programs (except those in the field of engineering), but it would not be much of an issue as long as you’ll put effort into studying. He did say that it requires a lot of analytical thinking, so you would probably be doing a lot of problem solving.
      :)

  4. Aldrick says:

    hi ask ko lng po if pano makakuha ng online course or i mean how to register?

  5. jhulz says:

    I’m an incoming freshmen this coming June. I will take BS IT.Is this course in demand local and abroad in the next 4 years??

  6. roselle says:

    hello
    ask ko lang po kong my 2yrs. ang BSit?

    • Hi, Roselle!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      From what we know, BSIT still takes four-years to complete. We believe there are shorter ladderized courses that you can take if you’re not yet ready to enroll in a four-year course but have plans of doing so later.
      :)

  7. kent tongco says:

    kelan po yung entrance exam nyo??

  8. hello, i was once a student in NORMISIST now CSU,i took up BSITE,3 semister past 8 years ago and now i want to enroll again. is there any possibilities that i could still continue the yers i missed before?and shift to IT course? pls i need an urgent answer..p.s when is the enrollment and what are those admission requirements that i need to complete..thank you..

    • Hi, Loriefe!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      It would depend on the school you are going to enroll at. Most schools would probably allow you to, but if there have been some changes in the curriculum since you left school, you might encounter some issues there.

      As for shifting, subjects that have already been taken from a previous course may be credited when you shift to a new course if they have the same subject or course description, but it’s up to the school to decide how many units they’re going to give you credit for. In cases like this, students usually end up as “irregular students” which means they’re taking subjects associated with different year levels at the same time.

      That’s just from what we know, though. It’s best if you’ll consult your school directly so they can give you a more accurate and more detailed response. The same goes for the enrollment and admission requirements.

      Good luck!
      :)

  9. fidel says:

    ask ko po kung meron kayong computer engenering course..Im going to graduate 4th years this year and i want to take this course,hope you reply,,PS,do you have entrance exam…..

  10. Ask ko lng po if nu po ba ang work na pweding makuha ng isang graduate ng computer technology

    • Hi, Christian!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      It depends whether you have an Associate or Bachelor’s Degree. If you have a Bachelor’s Degree, you can apply for any of the positions mentioned above. For people who have an Associate Degree, on the other hand, common career options are those of a technical support specialists and computer technicians.
      :)

  11. hi..
    ask ko lang if pde ba akong mag transfer sa pup sta. maria next school year, galing ako ng abe sisters company of ama.. bsit ako sa abe mag tranfer sna ko in my 3rd year college bsit din..
    txn for your response ..

  12. cindy says:

    hi im 2yrs graduated in Associate in computer technology ask ko lang poh kung pwede ko ituloy course ko as bsit sa skul nyo? tnx

    • Hi, Cindy!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      Yes, there are schools that offer ladderized programs that allow students to start with an Associate in Computer Technology and continue to BSIT. We’re not a school, though, so you might want to check our list of schools offering BSIT in the Philippines.
      :)

  13. ralph enriquez says:

    sorry i thought you were affliated with pup. but thanks for the help sir.

  14. ralph enriquez says:

    thanks for replying sir. i just want to ask a last question sir. if i am eligible to enter to pup. i have a one fail grade, my thesis subject. is it possible to enter?

    • Hi, Ralph!

      Thanks for coming back.

      We’re sorry, but we’re not affiliated with PUP so we’re not sure about that. Why don’t you try to contact PUP? They’re in the best position to help you with your concern.
      :)

  15. i like to know if there is already a 4th yr. on IT course, i hope you rply me coz am willing to go back my studies