Systems Plus College Foundation welcomes its new batch of freshmen after the transition period of the K-12 Program. Included in this cluster are the first batch of Bachelor of Science in Entertainment and Multimedia Computing students under the supervision of Mr. Ricky I. Oliveria, its Program Chair.
The new program is supplied with new equipment and technologies that will be used as part of the program’s curriculum including 30 new animation desks and 30 drawing tables for the students’ use. The College of Computing and Information Sciences gladly welcomed the new program and provided a dedicated Drawing Laboratory located at the ground floor of the IT Building. The program encourages students to pursue a course in the field of Multimedia due to its high demand in the Industry.