The Information and Communications Technology Program envision to be recognized as provider of IT professionals that would create an impact for community socio-cultural development.


Committed to provide creative solutions to address socio-cultural interests by developing technically IT competent and employable individuals.

Core Values

I - Integrity
C - Committment
A - Ardent Desire for Wisdom
R - Responsible socially and culturaly
E - Exemplar compassion

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Program Background

The BS Information Technology 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.
The program prepares graduates to address various user needs involving the selection, development, application, integration and management of computing technologies within an organization.

Program Goals

The BSIT Graduate

BSIT graduates are expected to become globally competent, innovative, and socially and ethically re computing professionals engaged in life-long learning endeavours. they are capable of contributing to the country's national development goals.

FacultyMeet your Instructors

Paul Richie F. Asuncion
Program Coordinator
Faculty President
Camela Nica B. Montealgre
Instructor I
Research Coordinator
John Raymond D. Pergis
Instructor I
CSBO Advisor
Edelwise S. Ignacio
Instructor I
NSTP & OJT Coordinator
Mary Queen S. Acera
Instructor I
SHS Teacher
Rowel L. Encarnacion
Instructor I
LMS Support
Julie Anne P. Arellano
Sports Coordinator
Albert B. Galera
DRRM Coordinator
Ecilyn M. Garcia
GAD Coordinator
Lester Angelo V. Dela Cruz
LMS Support
Vincent C. Acayan
Laboratory Custodian
Oscar G. Raquidan Jr.
Instructor/MIS Coordinator
Unifast Focal Person

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