iACADEMY's status as the first IBM Center of Execellence (CoE) in the ASEAN region and being an official Microsoft Training Center in the Philippines, make iACADEMY one of the country's hubs for technology-focused learning. Courses at the School of Computing, which include BS Computer Science with specialization in Software Engineering, BS Game Game Development with specialization in Game Programming and Design, and BS IT with specialization in Web Development, are ideal for aspiring professionals who want to acquire both academic smarts and practical know-how to get ahead in this wired and connected world. Even before graduating, students are given an opportunity to apply the principles and skills they have learned in real-world projects, such as the website for Weather Philippines.
Software Engineering and Web Development are two of the most dynamic and in-demand specializations in the highly technology-infused field of computing. At iACADEMY, not only do we train our students to be analytical thinkers, we also develop them to be creative designers with great attention to details hence resulting in relevant, robust, and secure software and web applications. Apart from technical competence, the two programs also focus on enhancing their communication skills to facilitate better collaboration across the different units within any organization.
- Bennett Tanyag
Software Engineering and Web Development
Our Game Development Program integrates fundamental computer science principles with game design, studio art, electronic art, animation, and storytelling. This was made possible because of iACADEMY’s success in integrating arts and technology. Our holistic approach ensures that our students have the necessary technical skills and other skills such as collaborative work, communications skills, and critical observation. All these, coupled with iACADEMY's highly experienced industry professors and 6-month internship program, ensure our students get relevant education so that they can hit the ground running upon completion of their studies.
- Mitch Andaya