College of Criminal Justice Education


It is with great pleasure that we extend a warm welcome to the College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE) at the University of Batangas Lipa City. Here in our esteemed institution, we proudly stand as “The Alliance of Future Law Enforcers,” committed to shaping individuals who will become the guardians of justice and champions of public safety.

CCJE is not just a place of learning; it is a community with a shared mission. Our tagline, “The Alliance of Future Law Enforcers,” reflects our dedication to cultivating a new generation of professionals in the field of law enforcement.

By choosing the CCJE, you are joining a community that values excellence, collaboration, and a commitment to shaping a safer and more just society. Our students are not just learners; they are integral members of an alliance with the potential to make a real difference in the world.

As you embark on this four-year journey with the Bachelor of Science in Criminology program, you are stepping into an alliance that believes in your potential to make a meaningful impact. We invite you to explore the opportunities, engage with our dedicated faculty, and embrace the learning experiences that await you.


The College of Criminal Justice Education produces 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 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.


• 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; and
• Encourage research and inquiry on the rapidly changing and interdisciplinary fields of criminal justice.

A comprehensive four-year curriculum designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and ethical principles essential for a successful career in criminology. Our faculty, composed of experienced professionals and educators, is devoted to providing an enriching and dynamic learning environment.


Dr. Edward V. Teredaño, CSP, CSMS
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Mr. Glenn R. Aguila, RCRIM, MSCJ, CSIP
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Ms. Jenel G. Roxas, RCRIM
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Ms. Mary Grace G. Escabel, RCRIM
Top 4 April 2015 Criminologist Licensure Examination
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Mr. Kyle Zandrew P. Barde, RCRIM
Top 9 June 2022 Criminologist Licensure Examination
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Atty. Louie Mark Dalawampu
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Mr. Abvic Ryan Maghirang, MPA
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Ms. Maria Lea S. Delfin, RCRIM
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Bachelor of Science in Criminology – PACUCOA Level 1 Accredited

College of Criminal Justice Education
University of Batangas Lipa City
Governor Feliciano Leviste Road, Maraouy, Lipa City, Batangas
+63 43 723-1446 local 833
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Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/UBLC.CCJE

What is the duration of the Bachelor of Science in Criminology program at the College of Criminal Justice Education?

The program typically spans four years, providing a comprehensive and in-depth education in the field of criminology.

What sets the College of Criminal Justice Education apart from other institutions offering similar programs?

The College of Criminal Justice Education stands out as “The Alliance of Future Law Enforcers,” emphasizing a commitment to not only academic excellence but also the cultivation of ethical leaders in the field of law enforcement. Our experienced faculty, dynamic curriculum, and dedication to values make us unique.

Can you tell us more about the faculty in the College of Criminal Justice Education?

Our faculty comprises experienced professionals and educators who bring a wealth of practical knowledge and academic expertise. They are committed to providing a supportive learning environment and preparing students for success in the field of criminology.

Are there opportunities for internships or hands-on experience during the program?

Yes, we believe in providing practical learning experiences. The Bachelor of Science in Criminology program includes opportunities for internships, fieldwork, and hands-on exercises, allowing students to apply theoretical knowledge in real-world settings.

How is the College of Criminal Justice Education involved in community engagement and outreach?

We are actively engaged in community partnerships and outreach programs. Our students often participate in community service projects, crime prevention initiatives, and collaborate with local law enforcement agencies to address real-world challenges.

What resources and facilities are available to students in the College of Criminal Justice Education?

Our college offers state-of-the-art facilities, including dedicated classrooms, crime scene investigation labs, and a resource-rich library. We also provide access to the latest technology and software used in the field.

Is financial aid available for students pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Criminology?

The College of Criminal Justice Education understands the importance of financial support. We have various scholarship programs and financial aid options to assist eligible students. Details can be obtained from the university’s financial aid office.

How can prospective students apply for admission to the Bachelor of Science in Criminology program?

Information about the admission process, including application requirements and deadlines, can be found on our official website. Prospective students are encouraged to reach out to the admissions office for personalized assistance.

What career opportunities are available for graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Criminology program?

A Criminology graduate would most often look for jobs in the following Philippine government agencies: 1. Philippine National Police (PNP) 2. Bureau of Jail Management & Penology (BJMP) 3. Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) 4. Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) If we talk about what Philippine government agencies, Criminology graduates can also work for: 5. Parole & Probation office (PPO) 6. Bureau of Corrections (BUCOR) 7. Commission on Human Rights (CHR) 8. Bureau of Customs (as customs police) 9. Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) 10. National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) 11. Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) (as document examiners and investigators) 12. Department of Finance Investigation Division (DOF) 13. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) (as security and investigation department) 14. Immigration and Deportation Bureau 15. National penitentiary across the country like provincial jails under the provincial governments 16. Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) (as investigators or maritime police) 17. Land Transportation Office (LTO) (as investigators and field inspectors or officers) 18. Department of Labor and Employment (as sheriff) 19. Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) (as forest officers or guards) 20. Philippine Coast Guard 21. Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Your career choices, too, are actually not limited to being a police officer. Here are the other positions your course is best suited for: 1. Professor, instructor or teacher in Criminology in any state university, college or school duly recognized by the government. You can teach the following subjects: – Law Enforcement Administration – Criminalists – Correctional Administration – Criminal Sociology and allied subjects, and – Other technical and specialized subjects in the Criminology curriculum provided by the Commission on Higher Education. 2. Law enforcement administrator, executive, adviser, consultant or agent in any government agency 3. Dactylographer 4. Ballistician 5. Questioned document examiner 6. Law enforcement photographer 7. Lie detection examiner 8. Probation officer 9. Security officer 10. Criminal investigator 11. Police laboratory technician 12. As correctional officer or administrator, executive supervisor, worker or officer in any correctional and penal institution. 13. Counselor, expert, adviser, researcher in any government agency on any aspects of criminal research or project involving the causes of crime, juvenile delinquency, treatment of offenders, police operations, law enforcement administration, scientific criminal investigation or public welfare administration. Meanwhile, in the private sector, Criminology graduates usually apply for positions in the security industry such as: 1. Security officers, 2. Security guards and 3. Private detectives or investigators. But the reality is you can also apply for the following positions: 4. In-house mall investigators 5. International air lines ground officers and investigators 6. International airport security officers and plain clothes investigators 7. Private commercial bank credit and loan investigators 8. General managers and directors of private security industry 9. Security chiefs and supervisors in international industry 10. Commercial airlines ground investigators 11. Forensic ballistics expert 12. Asset Protection Associate 13. Security Manager 14. Loss Prevention Supervisors 15. Inspectors Other Government Agencies: 1. Presidential Security Group (PSG) as PSG Troopers who will act as bodyguards of the President of the Philippines and his family, Cabinet Secretaries, Ambassadors, Visiting Foreign Leaders and Diplomats. PSG Troopers can also act as Security Guards of the whole Malacañang Palace. 2. National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) / Office of the Civil Defense (OCD) as Rescuers / Rescue Volunteers. 3. Philippine National Red Cross (PNRC) as Rescue Volunteers. 4. Office of Transportation Security (OTS) as Airport Security Screening Officers. 5. Optical Media Board (OMB). 6. Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB). 7. National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM). 8. Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG). 9. Department of Justice (DOJ). 10. Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) & Cebu Port Authority (CPA) as Port Police Officers 11. Senate of the Philippines as members of the Senate Sgt. at Arms. 12. House of Representatives as members of the House Sgt. at Arms. 13. Department of Transportation (DOTr). 14. Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB). 15. Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP). 16. Department of National Defense (DND). 17. Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP). 18. National Security Council (NSC). 19. PNP & AFP UN Peacekeeping Force. 20. Supreme Court of the Philippines. 21. Sandiganbayan. 22. LGU Public Safety Office Civil Security Department. 23. LTFRB
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