Accountancy, Business, and Management Strand under Academic Track focuses on the fundamental ideas of financial management, business management, corporate operations, and all that is accounted for.
- Managements (sales manager, human resources, marketing director, etc.)
- Accountants (accounting clerk, internal auditor, etc)
Humanities and Social Science Strand under Academic Track for those who wonder what is on the other side of the wall. In other words, you are ready to take on the world and talk to a lot of people.
- Teacher Education
- Communication or Liberal Arts
General Academic Strand under Academic Track is for students who are still undecided on which strand to take.
Technical – Vocational and Livelihood Track deals mainly with technical-vocational skills. These skills are essential requirements for the National Certificate II (NC II) under TESDA programs that can increase students’ employability after graduation from senior high school.
1. Information and Communication Technology Strand (ICT)
-It equips you with advanced skills in computer systems, programming, creating web pages, and basic animation.
- Computer Hardware Servicing (320 HRS)
- Computer Programming (320 HRS)
2. Home Economic Strand (HE)
– Grants students the skills and knowledge necessary for livelihood projects at home.
- Tour Guiding (160 HRS)
- Front Office (160 HRS)
- Bread and Pastry Production (160 HRS)
- Food and Beverage Services (160 HRS)
The Diploma in Digital Arts Technology is a three-year TVET course-embedded program that provides students strong foundation in multimedia and digital art technology. The DDAT program embeds 12 TVET courses in its curriculum, which are spread in the six-semester program.
The TVET courses embedded in the Diploma in Digital Arts Technology are Illustration, 2D Game Art Development, Photography, 3D Game Art Development, and Visual Graphics Design. As each of the courses is finished, students may apply for assessment from the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and eventually get certified when they passed.
This program emulates the set-up and work processes of an advertising agency, design, and/or digital film studios. Students in this program are taught both the theory and application of the numerous and various aspects of multimedia software applications that include the advertising and graphic design trade. It is expected that students shall master the traditional and contemporary techniques used by professionals to produce artwork for print, broadcast, Internet, and specialty media, from concept to completion.
While honing one’s mental knowledge, physical skill, emotional self-confidence, and practical experience, students in this program will engage in developing a portfolio of work that can be used at the next level.
MDC’s Diploma program in Software Engineering Technology is a three-year TVET courses embedded program that teaches students to design, develop and maintain software systems while benefitting from industry experience prior to graduation. Students learn modern programming languages, design and algorithm concepts and data management tools.
The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with specialization in Digital Arts is a four-year degree program designed to prepare and equip students with Information Technology skills and competencies to direct and take control of the different information resources and develop, as well as design applications. By specializing in the field of digital arts, students will acquire groundwork in multimedia technology to produce various materials, modules, and other resources for communications, game design, and business applications.
Students are afforded with a balance of theory, practices, and production that include works in graphic design, typography, digital imaging manipulation, still and moving images, audio, animation, and other multimedia software applications. The combination of practical and theoretical knowledge of contemporary digital arts allows the students to develop real-world products for various industries.
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with specialization in Software Engineering (BSCS-SE) is a program designed to provide students with a thorough and advanced understanding of the various concepts and theories, algorithmic foundations and implementation of solutions in the field of computing. Students will be prepared to apply theoretical concepts in designing, constructing, deploying, and maintaining software and hardware needed in solving real-world problems.
Software engineering applies the standards and principles of engineering to design, develop, maintain, test, and evaluate computer software. A software engineer may also be referred to as a computer programmer, software designer, or software developer as the nature of software engineering can require knowledge of programming languages, principles of software design, and building.
Software engineers may also be the programmers who test and perform quality assurance checks on new and developing software to ensure its efficacy and efficiency in its real-world application. Software engineers may also be familiar with theories surrounding software use, however, working with theories typically may not fall under the job description, as computer scientists are the workers who construct and test theories about programming and operation.
Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management is a (4) four-year program that provides students a concrete view of the tourism industry. It encompasses technical, practical and professional learning relevant to the different pillars of tourism such as tour and travel operations, transportation, accommodation, food and beverage, events management, allied services, entertainment and recreation, tourism research and education, tourism planning and development and other tourism services necessary for the formation of the students to become well rounded and high-spirited Tourism Professionals imbued with virtues, service culture and cross-cultural ethics.
It is designed to develop critical thinking skills, creative problem solving, research, intellectual curiosity, and operational competencies among students which lead to expertise in the management of tour-operating agencies, as well as other jobs in the travel, events, and hotel sector.
The combination of theories learned inside the classroom, industry immersion and on-the-job training will prepare the students to be globally competitive in tourism management operations.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is a (4) four-year program that emphasizes managing businesses and their whole operations. In order to successfully strategize commercial operations, the program requires essential decision-making skills. It gives students a fundamental and understandable grasp of how each department—marketing, finance, operations, human resources, and office management—functions inside a firm.
We offer two majors in BS in Business Administration:
The BSBA with a major in Financial Management (BSBA-FM) gives graduates knowledge of financial institutions, hands-on experience using them, and the technical skills they need to succeed in the finance industry.
The BSBA major in Marketing Management (BSBA-MM) creates well-rounded, globally competitive graduates with the knowledge to cover specific marketing areas, such as marketing research, distribution management, product management, brand management, personal selling, pricing management, and Internet management in order to meet the needs of the changing business environment.
Bachelor of Technical-Vocational Teacher Education is a (4) four-year teacher education program intended to provide aspiring educators with sufficient and pertinent technical and vocational teaching competencies. is to produce highly capable and driven educators who specialize in technology and livelihood education. Graduates of this program can work as teachers in junior high schools teaching TLE or in senior high schools teaching TVL-ICT.
We offer three majors in Bachelor of Technical-Vocational Teacher Education
Majors in Computer Hardware Servicing, Computer Programming, and Animation