In response to the offering of new curricular programs requirement of Commission on Higher Education (CHED), relative to the Academe’s endeavor in achieving full-fledged university status, Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges Graduate School (GS) organized a Developing a Curriculum (DACUM) Training Workshop on the offering of Doctor of Information Technology (DIT) via Zoom.

The training workshop is also in consideration of the increasing interest of students and faculty in the field of information technology.

The three-day activity aimed to train the participants on how to run a DACUM workshop; review the existing undergraduate programs offered by the College of Computer Studies (CCS) based on current capabilities and capacities; identify desired jobs/tasks and desired competencies of the new curricular program to be developed; agree on the list of subjects, unit credits per subject, required equipment/facilities, and future trends; and develop the course syllabi and prepare a feasibility study for the offering of Doctor of Information Technology (DIT).