A Center of Excellence in Information and Technology Education
To train and develop a new breed of globally competitive, innovative, and values-oriented individuals through quality and advance instruction, relevant project study and researches, and sustainable community based extensions, partnerships or linkages.
To provide advanced knowledge, and skills through outcomes based education and quality instructions in order to meet the demands and challenges of globalization;
To nurture the students in creating advanced researches and develop capstones that will provide industry-based information and technology solutions for stakeholders and community;
To implement responsive and sustainable development programs through mobilization of community that leads to strong partnerships and linkages in pursuing the country’s development goal.
To add professional, technical, and expert individuals in information technology and information science;
To design and develop scientific researches and capstones in information & technology to meet the demands and challenges of the time;
To implement boundless innovations and outputs that will benefit or uplift the quality of life of the members of the community.
The College of Computer Studies humbly began as a Computer Department of Urdaneta Community College (UCC). The initiatives and leaderships of its former department heads made it possible to pioneer and open two-year programs, namely: Computer Secretarial (Comp Sec) and Associate in Computer Science (ACS), which is then renamed as Associate in Computer Technology (ACT).
In 2006, when the community college claimed its university status as Urdaneta City University, the Computer Department also upgraded into a full-fledged College of Computer Studies (CCS) due to its population increase. Tantamount to this achievement, CCS offered a four-year Bachelor in Information Technology along with the two-year Associate in Computer Technology. /p>
The college has gained tremendous national android development accomplishments, society-based IS developments, and research-based IT developments. In September 2019, the college reached another milestone and became the College of Information and Technology Education (CITE). At present, the college offers two bachelor programs, namely: Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) and Bachelor of Library and Information Science (BLIS).
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (CHEDRO1 Order No. 23, s. 2020 with approved curriculum)
Bachelor of Library and Information Science (COPC Order No. 18, s. 2021 with approved curriculum)
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