The College of Science and Computer Studies Graduate Studies (CSCSGS) is one of the units of the College of Science and Computer Studies along with four other departments: Biological Sciences, Computer Studies, Mathematics and Statistics, and Physical Sciences, which aims to offer programs that develop responsible and committed graduates who follow the tenets of Lasallian education.
Guided by the Lasallian core values of faith, zeal in service and communion in mission, the CSCSGS aims to:
- Produce academically competent graduates who are competitive locally and globally, and who can greatly contribute to the manpower demands of the country;
- Develop innovative and creative thinkers through researches, especially in the areas of natural sciences, mathematics, and computer studies;
- Enhance among learners the qualities of a true Lasallian by helping them recognize the community not as a subject or laboratory for learning but as a venue to reach out to the less fortunate. Specifically, the CSCSGS prepares graduate students to become highly competent in aspects of natural science, mathematics, and computer studies through its Master’s programs in Biology, Environmental Science, Physical Science, Mathematics and Information Technology, and Doctorate program in Biology;
- The graduate programs in physical science, environmental science and biology provide well-rounded education through scientific researches, field exposures, and laboratory works/ and classroom interactions.
- The master’s programs in computer studies and mathematics update students with modern trends in information technology and mathematics through lectures and activities on computer programming, computer/mathematical theories and applications, and extensive research.