The Doctor in Information Technology (DIT) program aims to develop the needs of professionals who occupy or shall occupy positions of influence in the Information Technology community to perform research and development with professional significance.
The Doctor in Information Technology (DIT) program is a professional program that requires students completion of graduate level courses and immersion and involvement in a project relevant to industry including business, education and government.
To ensure that students under the DIT program will have the required writing experience and technical skills, a Dissertation Direction course is spread throughout the duration of the program to provide adequate time in writing and preparing their research paper. This will ensure high quality output of the academic paper of the students under the program.
The DIT program concludes with the submission and defense of a dissertation that is of publishable quality, representing a significant contribution to knowledge in the respective field of study.
All applicants to the DIT Program must meet the following requirements:
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The Graduate School conducted its 3rd Regional Conference on Multidisciplinary Research in Science, Technology, Administration, Education, and Social Sciences, the 1st Virtual Research Conference with the theme “Digital Transformation and Innovation in Education” last August 15, 2020, via Google Meet platform. The said activity was part of the graduation requirements for all graduating graduate school students, thus providing them the venue present their research outputs to the various stakeholders of the college.
The said research conference was categorized into different tracks such as Track1: Instructional Materials Development and Learning Experiences, Track 2: Management Leadership and the Learning Process, Track 3: Public Administration and Governance, Track 4: Technology and Computer Education, and Track 5: Agriculture and Fisheries Education. The college also invited an external panel of evaluators from other academic institutions to adjudge the best conference paper and best presenter during the conference. Further, this research conference was attended by 142 attendees to include the research presenter, evaluators, graduate school faculty, and other stakeholders.