The ALAIS Program is the study of the development, deployment, and management of information resources in print, non-print, electronic and digital formats and services, The Associate in Library and Information Science Program of Centro Escolar University adheres to CHED CMO no. 14 series of 2015.
Graduates of this program are being prepared to apply information technology to basic library operations and functions. Moreover, they are trained to harness a range of bibliographical and online tools to support teaching, research, and other services.
Graduates of this program are likewise expected to systematically organize, conserve, preserve and restore information objects (e.g., realia, museum pieces), historical and cultural documents (e.g., artifacts, archival documents, indigenous knowledge), and other intellectual properties (creative ideas and works by individuals and groups)
The program was based on the Guidelines for Professional Library/ Information Education Programs of the International Federation of the Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) as well as on the curricula of various library schools abroad.