College of Criminology Education
The College of Criminology adheres to a high standard of teaching, intensive study, and analysis of criminal justice systems, law and society, and crime policy. As a result, we have been consistently producing licensed criminology graduates whose characters are honed through discipline and a system of education that is unique to Perpetual Help.
Our competent faculty and dedicated staff continuously strive to create a nurturing and stimulating environment ripe with intellectual interchange, scholarly research, and industry collaborations to provide our students a strong foundation on criminal justice and criminal justice both in theory and in application.
The College aims to faster the values of leadership, integrity, accountability and responsibility among Perpetualites through outstanding career services in the country's criminal justice system.
Bachelor of Science in Criminology
The main concern of the College of Criminology is to provide the law enforcement agencies of the country with highly qualified, efficient, and competent peace keepers and officers of the law.
The main concern of the College of Criminology is to avail the law enforcement agencies of the country, with highly qualified, efficient and competent peace keepers and officers of the law.
At the end of the course, Criminology students must have developed techniques, skills, knowledge, competencies and attitude in:
Graduate of the course can be:
The nucleus teaching force is manned by active and retired officers of PNP, BJMP, BFP and NAPOLCOM.
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