College of Criminal Justice Education


Welcome to the College of Criminal Justice Education at the University of Batangas!

The College of Criminal Justice Education at UB is more than just an institution; it’s a place where the future of justice takes shape. Established with a vision to create ethical, skilled, and compassionate professionals in the field of criminal justice, our college has been a cornerstone of education and training since its inception.

With a rich history spanning years of dedication and commitment to the pursuit of justice, our college stands as a beacon of excellence in the realm of criminal justice education. We take pride in our role in molding individuals who will uphold the principles of fairness, integrity, and societal well-being.

Our dynamic programs and experienced faculty members are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of knowledge. We offer a holistic learning experience, blending theory with practical application, to prepare our students for the ever-evolving challenges of the criminal justice system.

Whether you’re a student seeking a path to a meaningful and impactful career or a professional looking to enhance your expertise, the College of Criminal Justice Education at UB welcomes you. Together, we’ll explore the intricacies of law, criminology, and public safety, forging a brighter and more just future for our society.

Discover your potential, champion justice, and be part of a community where tomorrow’s guardians are nurtured and empowered. Welcome to the University of Batangas’ College of Criminal Justice Education.


The CCJE shall produce graduates who are professionally capable, physically fit and morally upright to deliver the essential services in the criminology, law enforcement administration, correctional administration, industrial security management and forensic sciences profession.


The College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE) is envisioned to provide quality education to address the requisites of the rapidly changing fields of criminal justice via innovative means of instruction, research and other educational services.


Towards these ends, the College of Criminal Justice Education shall:

  • Inculcate in the students the value of service to God and Humanity;
  • Foster the values of leadership, discipline, honesty, integrity, accountability and responsibility while serving their fellowmen, community and country;
  • Prepare the students for careers in criminology, law enforcement administration, correctional administration, industrial security management and forensic sciences profession;
  • Develop students’ understanding in the constitutional, special and other public laws in order to grow and form as valuable citizens;
  • Encourage research and inquiry on the rapidly changing and interdisciplinary fields of criminal justice.
College Attributes

C-Competent and disciplined individual
C-Community service oriented
J-Jurisprudence Vanguard
E-Endlessly passionate


The Criminology Education program is envisioned in producing graduates who have the knowledge and skills in addressing the problem of criminality in the country and the competence to meet the challenge of globalization.


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, and custody and rehabilitation of offenders.


• Inspire and instill in the students the value of service to God and Humanity and respect to duly Constituted Authorities;
• Provide the students the basic and fundamental knowledge and skills in the various law disciplines applicable in the proper and efficient attainment of the Criminal Justice System Process and an unwavering attitudes and commitment in the prevention and control of criminality in the community, law enforcement and other related areas in the light of modern crime fighting and technology;
• Develop in the students communication skills vital to their continuous acquisition and use of interactive activities with the community they may be destined to live and serve;
• Promote health, physical fitness and sportsmanship by providing training in the art of self-defense and marksmanship;
• Enhance vision so that in this enforcement task, he would intelligently decide justice, law and order; and
• Integrate development of moral character and personal discipline in learning the courses/subjects in the curriculum.


Angel M. Caliguiran, PhD., CSP
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Maria Cathleen G. Braza, MBA
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Jowelyn M. Peralta, MSCrim
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Program Head


Leslie Ann D. Banaag, MSCJ, CSIP
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Aira Mae L. Atienza, JD
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Emerjhon D. Hernandez, RCrim, JD
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PLTCOL. Jose C Coballes
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Frances Medlyn L. Martecio, PhD
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Edward V. Teredaño, PhD., CSP
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Maria Lea S. Delfin, RCrim
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Kyle Zandrew P. Barde, RCrim
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Angelica Arianne C. Castillo, RCrim
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College of Criminal Justice Education
University of Batangas Batangas City
Hilltop, Kumintang Ibaba, Batangas City
+63 43 723-1446 local 120
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