ACLC College - Bacoor Campus
The AMA Group of Companies was built upon the dream of the late Amable M. Aguiluz Sr. (AMA), Auditor General and National Treasure during the term of President Diosdado Macapagal, to build an institution that would provide world-class education to Filipino youth. That dream bore fruit on October 20, 1980 when his son Dr. Amable R. Aguiluz V (ARA), established the AMA Institute of Computer Studies and blazed the trail for popular computer education in the country. Originally located along Shaw Boulevard, the pioneering school offered EDP
Fundamentals, Basic Programming and Technology Career courses.
In June 1981, AMA Computer College (AMACC), was launched offering a four-year degree course in BS Computer Science - the first to be offered in the country. From 13 students, the population of AMACC surged to 600 in 1983 and 2,000 in 1985. To meet the growing demand for computer courses, AMACC established its first in Makati in 1983. A second campus follwed in 1986 in Project 8, Quezon City.
In 1987, AMA Computer Learning Center (ACLC) was established to offer short courses in computer programming and two-year technical vocational courses. Today, there are more than 100
learning centers nationwide.
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