College of
Computer Studies & Engineering

College of

Computer Studies & Engineering


It is our obligation to be an academic institution that is innovative and skilled in creating, acquiring and transferring values, competence, knowledge, skills and proficiency to our students as key to their success in their chosen fields.


To be the Center of Excellence in Information Technology Education.


To offer Quality Information Technology Education by providing relevant knowledge, and skills to prepare our graduates to address the demands of a knowledge-based society and industry of the 21st century both locally and globally.


To continually address the need for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professionals and Computer Engineers to contribute to progress not only nationally but also globally, the college has the following objectives:

  1. To equip students with skills and to provide them with experiences necessary to be able to work successfully in today’s sophisticated computing environments.
  2. To develop students to become well-rounded and responsible ICT professionals and Computer Engineers with strong moral values.
  3. To develop students to apply their acquired skills and experiences in the industry, government, business, and academic institutions with devotion to duty.
  4. To prepare students to enter graduate school in ICT or a cognate field.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

The BSCOE Program is a hybrid of Electrical and Electronics and Communication Engineering and Computer Science where subjects are drawn as well as the experiments and projects in laboratory classes.

Students take courses in solid-state devices and circuits, microprocessors, switching/logic designs, computer system organization, computer architectures as well as hardware, software, and multimedia. Graduates have knowledge of computer system design with an integrated understanding of computer hardware and software.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Computer Science is the root of Information and Communication Technology.

BSCS graduates will have extensive knowledge on the basic principles and foundations such as data structures, operating systems, programming, theory of computation, algorithm and other major subjects which will facilitate in solving scientific, engineering and commercial problems.

They have knowledge both in hardware and software with emphasis of the later. Graduates will address the increasing worldwide importance of computer software in many important and challenging applications.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science aims to equip students with one or more of the basic principles and foundations that underlie the science of that field.

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Information Technology drives progress, productivity and profit and a strategic factor gaining competitive advantage.

Major applications of IT is the computerization of systems to facilitate human activities in a “paperless” society.

BSIT graduates have knowledge of software and how Information Systems are installed, managed and administered. Major subjects are Distributed Database Systems, System Programming, Documentation and Software Testing, Systems Analysis and Design. Graduates will compete successfully in the emerging global marketplace.

The BSIT course aims to equip students with one or more of the practical knowledge of how Information Systems (IS) are installed, operationalized, managed and administered.

Artist Jan Erich V. Calderon, BSIT 2004

  • The laptop on top of the globe symbolizes the role of Information and Computing Technology (ICT) in all aspects in everyday living. The frequency on the screen marks the state of ICT of Lorma Colleges.
  • The cross depicts the globally competitive graduates with Christian values. The olive leaf represents the wisdom bestowed to the students in answer to their ever-burning zeal to conquer knowledge. The CODE in IT is inscribed on the tower, the engineering symbol, Lorma being the “Center of Development for Excellence in IT Education in Region I”
  • The CD fronting the tower’s base is an icon representing the capabilities of the department in multimedia advancements and other innovations in this technology.
  • The USB port and the satellite disk represents the versatility of the department and its active networking with business industries, government and with the local and foreign academic institutions.
  • The student emerging at the bottom is transformed as a matured professionals equipped with skills and knowledge ready to face the world with all its challenges.
  • The supercomputer circuit stands for the status received by Lorma as the country’s first entry in the international list of created supercomputers.
  • The CCSE logo shines depicting quality education given by the department, a truly CODE in IT Education in Region I.


Allan R. Lao, DIT
Dean, College of Computer Studies & Engineering
072.700.2500 local 325

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