The College of Criminal Justice Education conforms with the institutional policies for admitting freshmen.
A student who intends to shift to any programs of the College should obtain a GPA of at least 80% (or 2.0 in the numerical grading system), incur no failing grade in any academic and non-academic subjects, and pass the interview conducted by the Dean or his designate.
A student from another school who intends to transfer to the College should observe these requirements:
- GPA of at least 80%
- submission of the following documents:recommendation letters or certification of good moral character, police clearance, transfer credential, certification of grades or transcript marked "for evaluation purposes only"
- passed interview conducted by the Dean or his designate
- passed DLSU-Dasmariñas entrance examination
. A transferee shall be placed on probation for one semester. If he performs well in academics and manifests upright behavior, he shall be considered a regular student the following semester.
Other Requirements (for freshmen)
Male applicants should at least be 1 meter and 62.5 centimeters in height, whereas female applicants should be 1 meter and 57.5 centimeters. Male applicants should not have long hair, tattoo, moustache, beard, and earrings.
Other Requirements (for upperclassmen)
- To submit BARANGAY CLEARANCE and Police Clearance during enrolment;
- Height requirement:
5’2” (Female) 5’4” (Male)
3. Photocopy of grades from the previous semester (please bring the original copy);
4.Not to sport long hair be changed to 2x3 HAIRCUT TO ALL MALE STUDENTS; WILL ALSO BE MONITORED BEFORE MAJOR EXAM WEEK
5. No dyeing of hair;
6.Not to have tattoo;
7. Not to wear earrings (male);
8. No beard/mustache;
9.WEARING OF SLIPPERS/FLIP-FLOPS NOT ALLOWED
10. For failure of 1 or 2 subjects (academic or non-academics), a corresponding 1 or 2 subjects will be reduced from the scheduled number of subjects to be enrolled the succeeding semester/term; and
11.Failure of 3 subjects (academic and non-academics) will mean no permission for enrollment the following semester and thereafter.
NOTE: Failure to comply with the above rules and regulations will be a basis for this College not to admit the student for enrollment the following semester.
ENROLMENT PROCEDURE for MS in Criminal Justice with specialization in Criminology
A. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
- He or she must be a Bachelor’s Degree or a Licensed Criminologist.
- Based on CHED Memorandum Order No. 47, series of 2006, NON-GRADUATES OF CRIMINOLOGY must have completed at least twenty-one (21) units of professional courses in Criminology and have passed any of the Government Examination – NAPOLCOM / Civil Service / Licensure
- Submission of Application Form with the following requirements to CCJE Dean’s Office & Student Admissions Office (Counter 18):
- 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
- Non-Alumni should pass the Graduate Admission Examination; wait for the result then secure an Interview Form
B. THE DEAN
- Entrance Interview by the Dean
- Submit interview form at Counter 18 and secure an academic folder and student number (for Non-Alumni); go back to CCJE Dean’s Office
- Advising/Approval of subjects to be taken
C. ENCODING OF SUBJECTS
- For Alumni, secure an old account clearance at Counter 12
- Proceed to Enrollment Stations (CBA or Registrar’s Office) for printing of Certificate of Registration
E. SCHOOL ID
- Proceed to Counter 5 for the application/issuance of school ID
F. CJE OFFICE
1. Submission of duly filled-out forms:
Get in touch with us through these numbers:
Tel. No: (046) 416-4531 local 3077
Or E-mail us at: email@example.com
You may come and visit us at:
Office of the Dean - FCH116
Faculty Room - FCH117
CCJESC Office - FCH110