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College of Criminal Justice Education

Bachelor of Science in Criminology

Foster the values of leadership, integrity, accountability, and responsibility while serving fellowmen, the community, and the country.

A criminologist may be able to practice in the following fields of law enforcement as a police officer up to the rank of Police Lieutenant Colonel; probation officer; parole officer; firefighter; fire marshal; special investigator; special agent; investigative agent; intelligence agent; law enforcement evaluation officer; National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) inspector; traffic operation officer; associate graft investigation officer, special police officer; safekeeping officer, sheriff, security officer; criminal investigator; warden; reformation officer ; jail officer up to the rank of Jail Superintendent; teacher or instructor of criminology subjects in colleges and universities; counselor in various agencies such as those involved in criminal research or public welfare; agent, adviser or administrator; dactylographer, ballistician, questioned document examiner, forensic photographer, polygraph examiner, and a technician in other scientific aspects of crime detection.

Career Opportunities

A graduate of BS Criminology who passed the Criminologist Licensure Examination is called a CRIMINOLOGIST. A criminologist may be able to practice in the following fields of law enforcement as a police officer up to the rank of Police Lieutenant Colonel; probation officer; parole officer; firefighter; fire marshal; special investigator; special agent; investigative agent; intelligence agent; law enforcement evaluation officer; National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) inspector; traffic operation officer; associate graft investigation officer, special police officer; safekeeping officer, sheriff, security officer; criminal investigator; warden; reformation officer ; jail officer up to the rank of Jail Superintendent; teacher or instructor of criminology subjects in colleges and universities; counselor in various agencies such as those involved in criminal research or public welfare; agent, adviser or administrator; dactylographer, ballistician, questioned document examiner, forensic photographer, polygraph examiner, and a technician in other scientific aspects of crime detection.

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