College of Criminal Justice Education


  1. Foster the values of leadership, integrity, accountability and responsibility while serving their fellowmen, community and country;
  2. Prepare the students for careers in crime prevention, law enforcement, scientific crime detection and correctional administration;
  3. Encourage research and inquiry on the nature, causes treatment or punishment of criminal behavior and how criminal justice agencies respond to crime, criminals and victims.

Program Outcomes 

  1. Basic/Foundation: Conduct Criminological research on crimes, crime causation, victims, and offenders to include deviant behavior. 
  2. Learner Development and Individual Learning Differences: Internalize the concepts of human rights and victim welfare.
  3. Learning Environments: Demonstrate competence and broad understanding in law enforcement administration, public safety and criminal justice.
  4. Curricular Content Knowledge: Use knowledge of general and specialized curricula to individualize learning students with additional needs in the principal divisions of criminology particularly on: Criminal Etiology, investigation and law.
  5. Instructional Planning and Strategies: Use evidence based instructional strategies to maximize learning opportunities for students with additional needs, especially in identifying the areas of the study of criminology.
  6. Assessment: Use multiple methods of assessment and multiple data-sources to make sound educational decisions for students with additional needs.
  7. Professional Learning and Practice: Demonstrate reflective thinking and professional self-direction.


  1. Prepare the students to excel in the field of Criminology;
  2. Equip them with advanced knowledge and skills necessary in the practice of Criminology Profession; 
  3. Prepare and encourage the students to advanced and/or independent research in Criminology; and 
  4. Train Professionals to be more globally Competitive in the field of Criminology. 


  1. Be well-grounded research-oriented Professional Criminologists; 
  2. Possess advanced and scientific knowledge and skills essential to the practice of Criminology; 
  3. Have critical and analytical understanding and appreciation of theories relating to crimes, victims and offenders; 
  4. Have enhanced ability to network and interact with national and global Criminological practitioners and institutions.