This course on effective oral communication skills with focus on the correct articulation of the English language sounds and its application conversations, speech-making and speech delivery principles . This course helps the students build self-confidence and mastery of performance skills varying speaking situations to be proficient in oral communication and be globally competent.


LEC: 3 units | 3 hours per week

LAB: NONE

Pre-requisite: Engl 2

LEC: 3 units | 3 hours per week

LAB: 0

Pre-requisite: Math 7


This course is the study of fundamentally-countable mathematical structures. Emphasis is on finite mathematics required in the theoretical study of computing. Topics include sets, logic, relations, functions, combinatorics, and probabilities.

This course deals with the following topics: Introduction to the study of Physics; Measurements and Conversion of Units; Vectors; Kinematics in 1-D and 2-D; Dynamics of uniform circular motion; Forces and Newton's laws of Motion; Impulse and Momentum; Energy, Work, and Power; Rational Motion; Elasticity; Simple Harmonic Motion; and Fluids.

LEC: 3 units | 3 hours per week

LAB: 1 unit | 3 hours

Pre-requisite: Math 7

This course focuses on the study and appreciation of representative examples of visual and performing arts, literature, music and religion of various world cultures. The exploration of interrelationships of the arts and their philosophies emphasizes the nature of humankind and the need to create. The course explores human values, attitudes, and ideas by examining the history and nature of human creative expression from a variety of time periods, art forms, creators and cultural traditions. We will investigate the interrelationships of cultural history, spiritual traditions, philosophy, literature, and the visual and performing arts using readings, Internet research, comments posted to an online discussion forum, and both critical and creative projects.


LEC: 3 units | 3 hours per week

LAB: NONE

Pre-requisite: NONE

This course seeks to provide students with a thorough understanding of the workings of the economy. It also aims to give an appreciation of basic economic concepts that are covered in Microeconomics, and International Economics essential to both business and non-business majors. Topics included, among others, household behavior and consumer choice, firm theory, income distribution and poverty, and globalization and international trade.


LEC: 3 units | 3 hours per week

LAB: NONE

Pre-requisite: NONE

LEC: 2 units | 2 hours per week

LAB: 1 unit | 3 hours per week

Pre-requisite: ComProg12


This course deals with object-oriented programming concepts and practices using appropriate OOP platforms such as C++, Java, .NET and Ruby. Emphasis is on encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism. Topics include control structures, methods, classes, abstract classes, objects, exceptions,enumerations, interfaces, generics and packages.

LEC: 2 units | 2 hours per week

LAB: 1 unit | 3 hours per week

Pre-requisite: WebDev12


This course equips the students with the skills to develop interactive 2D multimedia artifacts using authoring and editing tools. Emphasis is on the different multimedia elements such as audio, video, text, animation, and still images. Topics include multimedia principles and concepts; multimedia hardware, software and project management; storyboarding and interactive applications.

LEC: 2 units | 2 hours per week

LAB: 1 unit | 3 hours per week

Pre-requisite: ITFund11


This course introduces the computer systems organization as building blocks of various hardware components. Emphasis is on data representation, digital logic circuits, computer architecture and introduction to assembly language. Topics include review of number systems, boolean algebra, logic gates, CPU, memory and I/O architectures.

This course deals with the study of the basic skills, nature, background of officiating, rules and development on the selected individual/dual sports. Activities focused on the enhancement of the individuals' skills through officiating, group drills on basic skills and game participation in actual game tournaments. An Inter-Class Sports tournament highlights the course.


LEC: 2 units | 2 hours per week

LAB: NONE

Pre-requisite: PE 2