The Institute of Criminal Justice Education envisions to be a purveyor of disciplined, loyal, highly competent, research literate and God – centered law enforcers ready to serve God and humanity.


The Institute of Criminal Justice Education commits to produce reputable law enforcement professionals who have the strength of character, effective interpersonal, communication and leadership skills, socio and eco – cultural concern and unwavering dedication to serve.


The prospective teachers should be able to:

1. To endow with advance instruction through continuous learning for quality education.

2. To develop skills through the use of forensic science in criminal investigation.

3. To provide Philippine based concrete experiences in criminal sociology and the justice system.

4. To enhance morally upright values for an improved community relations.

Degree Program of the Institute of Criminal Justice Education

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The field of criminology is the study of crime and the various agencies of justice as they operate and react to crime, criminals and victims. it is therefore the mission of the Criminology program to provide the community with professionally competent and morally upright graduates who can deliver efficient and effective services in crime prevention, crime detection and investigation law enforcement, public safety, custody and rehabilitation of offenders, criminological research, among others.

Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) offering the Criminology program are envisioned as significant education institutions actively and continually involved in producing graduates who have the knowledge, skills, attitude and values in addressing the problem of criminality in the country and the character and competence to meet the challenges of globalization in the field of criminology.

Program Educational Outcome

  1. Conduct criminological research and apply creative and innovative solutions on crimes, crime causation, victims, and offenders to include deviant behaviour in order to solve problems (including real-world problems).

  2. Internalize the concepts of human rights and victims welfare through reflecting on normal norms/imperatives with respect to the differences and opinions of others.

  3. Work effectively in a group through demonstrating competence and broad understanding in law enforcement administration and public safety and criminal justice with appropriate communication and social skills in the professional and social environment.

  4. Practice professional expertise on basic work related skills and knowledge with fairness and honesty in utilizing criminalistics or forensic science in the investigation and detection of crime.

  5. Apply the principles and jurisprudence of criminal law, evidence and criminal procedure with understanding and respect for human rights through performing duties and responsibilities with genuine concern towards clients.

  6. Ensure offenders welfare and development, personally interpret their experiences and apply creative and innovative solutions essential for growth and positive relationships for their re-integration to the community.

  7. Practice professional expertise with fairness and honesty in preventing, suppressing and controlling of crimes and reflect critically on shared concerns and think of innovative, creative solutions guided by ethical standards.

  8. Ensure Public Safety and Order Maintenance by participating actively in the environmental, socio- economic and cultural movements for the betterment of the community and to contribute personally and meaningfully to the country’s development.

  9. Perform duties and responsibilities in the investigation and detection of crimes with the application of different analytical modes.

  10. Protect lives and properties through performing duties and responsibilities with genuine concern towards clients and reflect on moral norms/imperatives as they affect individuals and society.

  11. Pursue continuous learning through professional development and at the same time participate in various types of employment, development activities, and public discourses in order to apply different analytical modes in tackling problems particularly in response to the needs of the communities one serves.

Retention Policies
  • At the end of the semester the student should have a general weighted average (GWA) of 82 and no grade below 80 for core and major courses. Hence, the student can carry the required load in a particular semester/term.

  • If the student fails to meet the required GWA, he will be put in a probationary status for the succeeding semester. Probationary Student- can still enrol under the program, BSCRIM, but the academic load will be reduced by six (6) units either on major or minor courses. The probationary status ends when the student meets the required GWA in a semester.

  • A probationary student who fails to meet the required GWA at the end of two (2) consecutive semesters will be advised to shift to other programs.

    Note: Policy #3 is applicable only for 1st year and 2nd year students, 3rd & 4th year students who will not able to meet the required GWA twice shall only be deducted 6 units academic load, provided he has no failing grades either in major or minor courses, and be subjected to the intervention program given by the Institution.

Retention Policy- Intervention Program

A student who shall get 75% passing rate of the Roadmap Examination shall;

  • A regular student or those who met the retention policy, can enrol with full units academic load;

  • A probationary student, 3 units load will be deducted instead of 6 units; and

  • A probationary student who fails to meet the required GWA at the end of two (2) consecutive semesters, instead of advising the student to shift to other program, the student will be considered as probationary and will be deducted 6 units either in major/minor courses.

Terminal Requirements

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Criminology are expected to be able to:

  • Year End Seminar (Professional Subjects)

  • Criminology Preparatory Training

  • Criminology Internship Training and Practicum (540 hours)

  • TESDA Assessment in Security Services NC2

  • Complete Research Output


This program involves the study and application of the principles of security. It prepares its graduates to assume supervisory roles. It involves the study of the principles and methods of risk management and the applicable interventions that confronts all types of human conditions and endeavors. It also includes the study and practice of the means of protecting resources from loss or damage.

Specific Professions/careers/occupations for graduates

  1. Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Security Management program shall have the competencies to become Officers/Managers/Administrators of the following:

    Government Facilities and Law Enforcement

    • Civil Security and Public Safety

    • Crime Prevention

    • Fireman

    • Jail Management

    • Police

    • Armed Forces

    Corporate Security

    • Asset Protection

    • Credit and Fraud Investigator

    • Health, Safety, Environment, & Security

    • Insurance Investigator

    • Loss Prevention

    • Personal Protection

    • Risk Control

    • Security Investigator

    • Accident & Traffic Investigator

    • Security Compliance

    • System Integrator Specialist

    • Training Officer