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College of Criminology
Pursuant to the Provisions of Batas Pambansa 232, Republic Act No. 7722, and through the Commission on Higher Education – National Capital Region (CHED-NCR) Permit No. C-064, s. 2014 granted on May 14, 2014, the College of Criminology (CoCrim) was officially opened in August 2014 with authorization to offer the first and second year levels of the Bachelor of Science in Criminology program effective in the Academic Year 2014-2015. The Bachelor of Science in Criminology is a four-year college degree program for individuals who are pursuing a profession in the various fields of security and law enforcement. The course includes CHED-mandated general education subjects, profession related courses, and a two-phased practicum. Criminology students are taught to learn various theories, policies, and practices, as well as manage criminal behavior. The curriculum also offers specialized courses including Police Photography, Ballistics, Forensic Science, Toxicology, Polygraphy, and Legal Medicine. Its special Physical Education classes include Martial Arts, First-Aid, Survival Training, Marksmanship, and Combat Shooting. Popular subjects among students are Forensics, Human Behavior and Crisis Management, Criminal Psychology, Drugs, and Defense Tactics. For its relevance in theory application, the two-phased practicum is highly anticipated by graduating students. The College currently caters to around 350 students and has been granted CHED recognition and approval to confer the degree to its graduating students as well as the procurement of criminology laboratory equipment and other facilities.
Bachelor of Criminology
Available in: Main Campus