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College of Criminal Justice Education Graduate Studies

EMPOWERED TO TRANSFORM

The College of Criminal Justice Education Graduate Studies fosters high concepts of citizenry and leadership by instilling in its students an understanding of the constitutional guarantees, due process of law, and respect for human rights.

The College prepares students for a career in the three primary units under the Department of the Interior and Local Government – the Philippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP), and Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP).

Other career opportunities include employment in National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), Bureau of Corrections, Parole and Probation Administration, Bureau of Customs, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and in private agencies as forensic experts.

In CCJE, we educate, train and become of service to our students by integrating values of making God as the center of all achievements and accomplishments which helps in transforming and inculcating the morals of service in doing the work professionally. The College also molds students towards global competitiveness in their field of specialization and in observing the basic constitutional limitations which leads to a very professional practice of law enforcement.

CCJE’s empowerment continues as we are trusted by the Brother President to directly supervise the Bahay Pag-asa Dasmariñas wherein our competent staff and volunteers administer a holistic formation program for children in conflict with the law, provide competent and committed legal assistance and a post-release program is envisioned.

OBJECTIVES:
  • Attain the responsible attitude
  • Have excellent training
  • Become a Licensed Criminologist

Admission Policy

MS in Criminal Justice with specialization in Criminology

Admissions Requirements:
  1. He or she must be a Bachelor’s Degree or a Licensed Criminologist.
  2. Non-Alumni should pass the Graduate Admission Examination
  3. Pass an interview to be conducted by the Dean.
  4. Based on CHED Memorandum Order No. 47, series of 2006, for non-graduates of Criminology, they must have completed at least twenty-one (21) units of professional courses in Criminology consisting of any of the following:
    1. Introduction to Criminology and Psychology of Crimes
    2. Philippine Criminal Justice System
    3. Human Behavior and Crisis Management
    4. Two (2) courses under Criminalistics
    5. One (1) course under Law Enforcement Administration
    6. One (1) course under Crime Detection and Investigation
    7. Two (2) courses under Criminal Law and Jurisprudence
    8. Correctional Administration and pass any of the Government Examination – NAPOLCOM / Civil Service.
  5. 5. All applicants should submit the following:
    • Two (2) Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records
    • Two (2) Certified True Copy of College Diploma
    • Two (2) Latest Personal Data Sheet with 2x2 Colored ID Picture
    • NSO Birth Certificate
    • NSO Marriage Certificate (for married applicant only)
    • Permit to Study from his/her employer
    • Letter of Recommendation (Download here)
Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice with specialization in Criminology

Admissions Requirements:
  1. He or she must be holder of a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice with specialization in Criminology.
  2. Non-Alumni should pass the Graduate Admission Examination.
  3. Pass an interview to be conducted by the Dean.
  4. Based on CHED Memorandum Order No. 47, series of 2006, students intending to enroll in this program must be holders of a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice with specialization in Criminology. For Master’s degree holders in other disciplines, they must have completed the twenty-one (21) units of specialization courses in MS Criminal Justice with specialization in Criminology consisting of any of the following:
    1. Transnational Crimes and Terrorism
    2. Economic Crimes
    3. Crisis Intervention Management
    4. Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
    5. Victimology
    6. Modern Penology
    7. Science of Criminalistics
  5. All applicants should submit the following:
    • Two (2) Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records – BS and MS
    • Two (2) Certified True Copy of Diploma – BS and MS
    • Two (2) Latest Personal Data Sheet with 2x2 Colored ID Picture
    • NSO Birth Certificate
    • NSO Marriage Certificate (for married applicant only)
    • Permit to Study from his/her employer
    • Letter of Recommendation (CCJEGS Recommendation Form)

Programs

Master of Science in Criminal Justice with specialization in Criminology

seeks to enhance the quality of Criminology Professionals to make them more responsive to the needs of the Philippine Criminal Justice System.
Specifically, the program seeks to encourage students to:

  • Take an active role in criminal justice.
  • Look at issues critically and make improved judgments and decisions.
  • Understand human nature and social arrangements.
  • Perform research and communicate effectively.
  • Pursue high level opportunity in law enforcement, security, court systems, education and training.
Doctor of Philosophy in Criminial Justice with specialization in Criminology

aims to develop students in the following aspects:

  • expertise and high level professional competence in the field of Criminology.
  • conduct of advanced and/or independent research in Criminology and/or allied areas.
  • facility to apply Criminological theories and research findings in the practice of the profession.
  • high concept of citizenry and leadership, an understanding of their moral  and legal responsibilities to their fellowmen, their community and their country by developing ideals, attitudes, and habits needed for their improvement as human beings in order to carry out responsibilities and appreciate the values of dignity and cultural heritage.

Linkages

Cavite Provincial Council for the Protection of Children

Downloads and Forms

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Letter of Recommendation pdf
Survey Questionnaire for Freshmen pdf
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Contact



College of Criminal Justice Education Graduate Studies
116 Felipe Calderon Hall
DLSU - Dasmariñas
Cavite, Philippines 4115

For questions and inquiries:
email us at CCJEGS Secretariat

Trunkline:
Cavite +63 (46) 481.1900 local 3077 and 3216
Manila +63 (2) 779.5180