The School of Information Technology (SIT) trains dedicated Information Technology professionals who can provide quality services to their communities and are capable of responding to societal, technological, economic and global challenges. SIT provides a dynamic and stimulating environment to study Information Technology in varied ways that computing can be applied to create an impact on society. To reach this goal the School offers five programs that address the Information Technology needs of modern times: Four-year Bachelor’s degrees in Software Engineering, Cyber Security, Computer Networks and Telecommunication Systems; Two-year Associate degrees in Web Design and Programming, and Information Security.
The vision of SIT is to serve the community with quality IT services through participatory teaching, learning, research and development of its Students, Staff and Faculty.
Through the integration of academic practices and Catholic teachings, we train focused IT professionals for services to their communities who are capable of responding to societal, technological, economic and global challenges.