The course is a competency-based curriculum which will provide specialized occupational instruction in all phases of Information Technology in accordance with Industry standards. Completion of the three-year program leads to Baccalaureate degree in Information Technology (BSIT). The Diploma in Software Development and Programming graduates are expected to become globally competent innovative and socially and ethically responsible in computing professionals engaged in life-long endeavors. They are capable of contributing to the country’s national development goals.

This program was offered by virtues of TESDA Circular # 38, s. 2017 and based on CHED Memorandum Order # 25, s.2015 (Revised Policies, Standards and Guidelines for BSCS, BSIT and BSIS Programs)