To all CCS students
Prelim Exam schedule: December 17-18, 2019(Tue and Wednesday)
Please be advised to settle your account before the examination, to avoid congestion at the Cashier's Area.
To all BSIT/ACT graduating students(March 2020)
Please be informed of your meeting with the College Registrar on December 12, 2020(Thursday); 1:00pm @New Cebu Coliseum.
Attendance is a must.
Furthermore, please be informed that the City Civil Registrar will also be present during the meeting. If you wish to avail the processing of your NSO Birth Certificate, you are advised to bring Php 190.00 for payment.
To all students enrolled in Practicum (Second Sem 2019-2020)
Please take note of the following:
I. Schedule for submission of Practicum - Midterm Requirements as follows :
Practicum 42 with EDP CODE :
02717 PRACT42 NIÑAL, MELVIN - December 12, 2019 (Thursday)
02725 PRACT42 CARUMBA,MA CATHERINE -...Read the rest of this topic
To all Casptone41 Teams- Second Sem 2019 -2020
Capstone41 Title Hearing/Critiquing/Lightning Pitch that was scheduled last Thursday, December 5, 2019 has been rescheduled to December 10, 2019 (Tuesday); starting 8:30am at CCS office.
Please be informed that the Prelim Assessment Slips are now available for claiming @ CCS Dean's Office.
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This course focuses on the development of software application using web and emerging technologies. Emphasis is on the requirements management, interface design, usability, deployment including ethical and legal considerations. Topics include file-handling, front-end development with create-retrieve-update-delete (CRUD) modules, event-driven programming and data manipulation.
This course deals with the importance of technical writing and its similarities and differences with other types of writing. Emphasis is on planning, preparing and creating documents; and collecting, evaluating and documenting sources of information. Topics include technical research; writing process; brief correspondence; document design and graphics; writing for the web; professional branding; employment communication; and presentations.
This course covers the principles and theories of entrepreneurship in technology ventures, which is about commercializing technology ideas into viable enterprises. Emphasis is on lean startup methodology. Topics include idea generation, customer validation, building minimum viable product, business model, and elevator pitch.
This course provides mathematical foundations required for successful quantitative analysis of problems in the field of business computing. Emphasis is on the mathematical prerequisites for understanding probability, statistics, discrete and continuous distributions. Topics include statistical measures, combinatorial mathematics and functions, and probability theory.