CSCS Programs

DLSU-D Program Offerings

The Master in Information Technology (MIT) program is designed for IT professionals looking to update and extend their technical knowledge of advanced computing subjects, or move into a new IT specialization.

Master in Information Technology

The Master in Information Technology (MIT) program is designed for IT professionals looking to update and extend their technical knowledge of advanced computing subjects, or move into a new IT specialization.

There are many career opportunities awaiting graduates of this masters program. Among the possible options are working as systems administrators, network engineers, web and applications developers, database administrators, systems analysts, database admins, IT consultants, IT/IS managers, chief information officers, project managers, information tech managers, chief technology officers, data visualization officers, business analytics specialists, technology risk managers, quality assurance analysts, technical project engineers, technical delivery managers, information technology managers, computer network architects, data security analysts or network security administrators.

Basic Courses

  • Life and Works of St. La Salle
  • IT Research Methods

Core Courses (12 units)

  • Advanced Operating System and Networking
  • Advanced Database Systems
  • Advanced Systems Designs and Implementation
  • Technology and Project Management

Specialty Courses (18 units)

Track 1: Internetworking and Security

  • CCNA 1&2 CCNA Routing & Switching
  • CCNA 3&4 CCNA Routing & Switching
  • Internet of Things
  • Networking Essentials
  • CCNA Security
  • Cloud Computing

Track 2: Business Intelligence

  • Fundamentals of Business Analytics
  • Business Analytics for Business Intelligence
  • Fundamentals of Enterprise Data Management
  • Introduction to Data Mining
  • Analytic Technique and Tools
  • Analytics Application

Additional Requirements

  • Graduate Seminar
  • Comprehensive Exam
  • Thesis

General Policies

  • Must be a graduate of BS Information Technology, BS Computer Science, BS Information System or any computer studies-related undergrad degree.
  • Non-computer studies graduates must have earned 12 units of any of the following bridging courses: Computer Organization, Network Design and Management, Applied Operating Systems, Programming Languages, Database Management Systems, and Software Engineering.
  • Have a grade point average (GPA) of 2.50 or its equivalent in the undergraduate program.
  • Pass the entrance exam conducted by the Center for Admissions and Scholarships (CSA).
  • Accomplish and submit the following:

For New Applicants:

  • Application for Admission (2 copies);Download here
  • TOR (1 orig,; 1 photocopy) and diploma (2 photocopies; original copy must be presented for verification purposes);
  • *Two recommendation letters from employer or former professors;
  • NSO Birth certificate (2 photocopies);
  • NSO marriage certificate- for married female applicant (2 photocopies);
  • *Certificate of employment, if employed;
  • 3 pcs. passport-sized pictures
  • *Resume with research plan;
  • College/MS/MA Diploma (2 photocopies);

For DLSU-D graduates

  • Application for Admission form;Download here
  • TOR (1 original and 1 photocopy) and diploma (2 photocopies; original copy must be presented for verification purposes);

Other requirements for foreign student applicants:

  • Satisfy all the admission requirements given by CSA.
  • Pay to the University’s Accounting Office the admission fee of $500 for both permanent resident alien and transient alien.
  • Pass the English proficiency test for non- English speaking applicants.
  • The maximum residency for master’s program shall be seven (7) years including thesis writing.
  • A student is allowed to file a leave of absence (LOA) for a semester, renewable for another semester. However, this LOA is counted in his maximum residency.
  • A course taken from another school with similar or the same description may be credited in the graduate program upon the recommendation of the Director of COS Graduate Studies and approval of the Dean of the COS. A maximum of fifteen (12) units shall be credited.
  • An ‘In Progress’ grade is given to a graduate student who failed to comply or submit course work requirements within one school year. Failure to complete within the specified time would mean a grade of 0.0.
  • A student who has already earned more than 50% of his/her academic subjects shall not be allowed to shift.