For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

College of Criminology

Overview

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CRIMINOLOGY

The Bachelor of Science in Criminology is a four-year degree program that studies crime and the various agencies of justice roles as they operate and react to crime, criminals, and victims.

The Criminology Program aims to provide the community with professionally competent and morally upright graduates who can deliver efficient and effective services in crime prevention, detection, and investigation, law enforcement, public safety, custody and rehabilitation of offenders, criminological research, among others.

Graduates of the program possess the required knowledge, skills, attitude, and values necessary to address the problems of criminality in the country. They match the character and competence to meet the global challenges in criminal justice.

Program Goals

Pursuant to the Commission on Higher Education Memo No. 5, Series of 2018, the BS Criminology program aims to:

  1. To encourage research and inquiry on the nature, causes, treatment, or punishment of criminal behavior and how criminal justice agencies function and respond to crime, criminals, and victims.
  2. To prepare students for careers in crime prevention, law enforcement, scientific crime detection, correctional administration, public safety, and allied fields.
  3. To foster the values of leadership, integrity, accountability, and responsibility while serving their fellowmen, community, and the country.

For Freshmen:

  1. Form 137 (Transcript of Records)
  2. Form 138 (Report Card)
  3. Certificate of Good Moral Character
  4. Birth Certificate (issued by PSA)
  5. Two (2) 2×2 ID picture with a white background
  6. If applicable, Alternative Learning System (ALS) Certificate of Completion

For Transferees:

  1. Form 137 (Transcript of Records)
  2. Certificate of Honorable Dismissal from the last school attended
  3. Certificate of Good Moral Character
  4. Birth Certificate (issued by PSA)
  5. Two (2) 2×2 ID picture with a white background

Message from the Dean

Bachelor of Science in Criminology, under the newly-formed College of Criminal Justice, is undeniably the most sought-after academic program in the institution. Being the pioneer school for scientific crime detection and police science education in the Philippines, we are proud to note that the most respected personalities in crime prevention and law enforcement started their training in PCCR.

A meaningful quote says: “Always remember that your present situation is not your final destination. The best is yet to come!

Here at PCCR, our primary goal is not just to help you achieve your college diploma but also to take care of your transformation. So that someday, you become an agent of change that displays competence, integrity, righteousness, justice, discipline, and manifests the spirit of servant leadership. We wish you to become an asset to our country and your own family. Come and stay with us. Together we can do great things and make your future brighter. Your “what will be” will not only empower you to let go of your “what was” but it will also encourage you to accept your “what is”.

Here at PCCR, we have competent faculty members who are not just experts but also have the heart of parenthood to guide you in your academic journey. We have advanced laboratory resources to expose your skills in crime detections and solutions. We have responsive and quality instruction deliveries that guarantee to shape your knowledge, skills, and attitude. We have proven programs to help you hurdle licensure examinations and other government examinations.

As your newly-appointed dean, I humbly believe that God can bless us to produce more topnotchers and so be one of them. In His guidance, PCCR will be one of the centers of excellence in the years to come. To God be the glory.

Dr. Victor Delos SantosDean of Criminal Justice