Bachelor of Science in Information Systems

Bachelor of Science in Information Systems

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS) with Specialization in Project Management is a three-year program that prepares students to be IT professionals with a solid  background in both Information Technology and business concepts and applications. Students are trained to be expert in the design and implementation of computing solutions that integrate IT with business processes. This program is right for students who would want to work in a business environment with technical or management positions.

e-Learning or Online Learning is available across all Higher Education Programs

Career Path

Organizational Process Analysts

Applications Developer

Data Quality Analyst

End User Trainer

Solutions Specialist

Documentation Specialist

Systems Analyst / Auditor

Quality Assurance Specialist

IS Project Management Personnel

Systems Implementation Officer

Technical Support Specialist

Entrepreneur in IT industry

Salary Range

Php 25,000 – 60,000

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