This course covers the basic statistics topics which may provide students in different fields of specializations such as medical sciences business, education and social sciences with an introductory survey of applications of descriptive statics and inferential statistics. The topics in this subject are related to basic research procedures of collecting, presenting and analyzing data. The basic methods of data collection and presentation are covered in the are of descriptive statistics. To give the idea of students why is there a maximum tolerable error that one can consider in making  generalizations and conclusions of what has been observed from the sample, a short bridge discussion on probability  will be covered. Then the concept of statistical inference will be covered in the last part.


LEC: 3 units | 3 hours per week

LAB: NONE

Pre-requisite: Math 1


This course deals with the study of the following : Fluids, thermal Expansion; Thermal Stress; Heat Transfer; Wave; Calorimetry; Wave; Electrostatics; Electricity; Magnetism; Optics; Image formation by plane and curve mirrors and Image formation by thins lenses.


LEC: 3 units | 3 hours per week

LAB: 1 unit | 3 hours per week

Pre-requisite: Phys 1A

This course involves a lecture-discussion of the developmental patterns of the Filipino politics and the nature, as well  as the foundations of politics and governance in the Philippine setting. This will provide the students a background and an understanding of the constitutional provisions pertinent to politics and governance, emphasizing on the political balance between governmental authority and powers on the on the one hand, and the rights of the citizens on the other hand. This course also aims to make students aware of the general sociology-political problems and issues, especially those with relevance to the Philippine society. This will likewise enhance the students' awareness of the importance of scientific approaches to the discussion and analysis of political issues.


LEC: 3 units | 3 hours per week

LAB: NONE

Pre-requisite: NONE

LEC: 3 units | 2 hours per week

LAB: 0 units | 1 hour per week

Pre-requisite: Engl 3


This course aims to teach students 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; informative and investigative reports; employment communication; presentations; proposals, technical reading; and typesetting.


LEC: 2 units | 2 hours per week

LAB: 1 unit | 3 hours per week

Pre-requisite: ComProg21


This course deals with object-oriented programming concepts and practices using appropriate rapid applications development platforms such as Java and .NET. Emphasis is on object-oriented programming, data manipulations, file organization and processing, object database connectivity (ODBC) and unit testing. Topics include procedures, classes, objects, modules, File I/Os, tables and databases.

LEC: 2 units | 2 hours per week

LAB: 1 unit | 3 hours per week

Pre-requisite: ComProg21


This course provides an overview of data structures in the context of data organization and processing in providing better solutions to real-world programming problems. Emphasis is on data manipulation using linear data structures and an introduction to binary trees as a segue to non-linear data structures. Topics include arrays, linked lists, stacks, queues and binary trees and their applications.

LEC: 2 units | 2 hours per week

LAB: 1 unit | 3 hours per week

Pre-requisite: ComOrg21


This course exposes the students to the world of operating systems and its application to hardware and software . Emphasis is on the review of different operating system platforms. Topics include process and memory management; file and resource management; resource management; process synchronization; and deadlocks.

LEC: 3 units | 3 hours per week

LAB: 0

Pre-requisite: ComProg21


This course covers the different phases of systems development life cycle as  process in pursuing IT projects. Emphasis is on the analysis and design stages. Topics include business processes; systems planning; feasibility studies; and analysis & design tools and approaches.

This course deals with various indoor and outdoor activities designed to arouse the student's interests and abilities to develop self-esteem, perseverance, courage and sense of creativity which will be utilized and carried on to their lifetime endeavors. Covers also activities in which the emphasis is placed upon the development of physical skills through recreational sports essential for stress management. The highlight of this course  is a culminating activity which will serve as the students' final major examination.


LEC: 2 units | 2 hours per week

LAB: NONE

Pre-requisite: PE 3