The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with specialization in Software Engineering prepares students to become excellent IT professionals and researchers, proficient in designing and developing computing solutions. This program prepares students for a successful and rewarding career in specification design, coding, and testing of software. It also emphasizes software engineering, database, WWW, and large-scale software.
The graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with specialization in Software Engineering program are:
Through this specialization, students are trained to focus on the design of efficient, reliable, and quality software application. Students of this program are also encouraged to explore their research interests and discover innovative technology that will help shape the future of Computer Science Research.
System Software Developer
Research and Development Computing Professional
Applications Software Developer
Quality Assurance Specialist
Software Support Specialist
The Image Processing Laboratory is specialized high-performance laboratory that supports the hands on activities of students with specialization in software engineering. The two(2) computer laboratories are equipped with 41 units of computers that allows the students to simulate image processing algorithms through MATLAB 2016.
The Network Laboratory supports the hands on activities of FEU TECH’s students under CISCO Network Academy Program. This allows the students to simulate network connectivity through Local Area Network, Wide Area Network, Wireless Network, and Internet-intranet communication. Currently, there are three Network Laboratories equipped with 21 units of computers for each laboratory, 12 Cisco routers and 12 CISCO switches.
The MAC Laboratory is a specialized laboratory that supports mobile application development both in Android and iOS platforms. This laboratory is equipped with 41 units of iMac computers, 41 Nexus Android Tablets and 41 units of iPad Mini.
There are eight (7) common computer laboratories open to cater hands-on activities in computer programming and web development. Each laboratory has 41 computer units with various programming software and editors.
The General Access Laboratory is an open-access laboratory that accommodates students who need to work on their projects, home works or any other academic requirements outside their class schedules. The two laboratories with 41 computers units are open from Mondays to Saturdays, 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Room F1505 15th Floor, FIT Building
Office Hours: M-F, 8:00AM ─ 5:00PM
Trunkline: (02) 8281 8888 Local 222/224
Program Director of Computer Science