Students who are interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement will benefit from the programs offered by De La Salle University-Dasmariñas' College of Criminal Justice Education. With a curriculum that incorporates the Lasallian values of faith, zeal, and service, graduates emerge from the program with a fine understanding of the due process of law, Constitutional guarantees and respect for human rights. Armed with updated theories and strategies on law enforcement, graduates of the program are able to cope with the demands of their profession easily.
Bachelor of Science in Criminology
The program seeks to promote responsible attitude among students through the assimilation of a noble concept of citizenship and leadership, the understanding of their moral and legal responsibilities to their fellowmen, community, and country; and the development of the ideals, attitudes, and habits needed to become responsible officers.
- Mga Babasahin hinggil sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas
- Diskurso sa Filipino
- English in a Lasallian Context
- Environmental Science
- Our Christian Faith and Lasallian Identity
- Military Science 11
- The Authentic Lasallian Learner
- Introduction to Criminology
- Law Enforcement Organization and Administration (Inter-Agency Approach)
- Introduction to Philippine Criminal Justice System
- Understanding the Self (General Psychology)
- Math in the Modern World (Plane Trigonometry)
- Purposive English
- Kursong Rizal
- Pagsasaling Teknikal sa Larangang Akademiko
- Christian Discipleship in the Modern World
- Military Science 12
- Career Path towards Success
- Theories of Crime Causation
- Arnis and Disarming Tactics
- Fundamentals of Criminal Investigation and Intelligence
- Art Appreciation
- Sosyedad at Kultura sa Talakayang Filipino
- Christian Commitment in Contemporary Society
- Human Behavior and Victimology
- Comparative Models in Policing
- Introduction to Industrial Security Concepts
- First Aid and Water Safety
- Forensic Photography with laboratory
- Nationalism and Patriotism
- Panitikang Pilipino
- Classic Literatures of the World
- General Chemistry (Organic) with laboratory
- The Catholic Social Teachings and our Social Response
- Institutional Corrections
- Special Crime Investigation 1 with Legal Medicine
- Personal Identification Techniques with laboratory
- Law Enforcement Operations and Planning with Crime Mapping
- Professional Conduct and Ethical Standards
- Fundamentals of Marksmanship
- Human Rights Education
- Leadership, Decision-Making, Management and Administration
- Specialized Crime Investigation 2 with simulation on Interrogation and Interview
- Forensic Chemistry & Toxicology with laboratory
- Criminal Law (Book 1)
- Traffic Management and Accident Investigation with Driving
- Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice System
- Dispute Resolution and Crises/Incidents Management
- Criminological Research 1 (Research Methods with Applied Statistics)
- Contemporary World
- Science, Technology and Society
- Non-Institutional Corrections
- Criminal Law (Book 2)
- Questioned Documents Examination with laboratory
- Lie Detection Techniques with laboratory
- Investigative Report Writing and Presentation
- Fire Protection and Arson Investigation
- Thesis Writing and Presentation
- Therapeutic Modalities
- Vice and Drug Educaiton and Control
- Legal Forms
- Special Topics 1
- Internship 1
- Forensic Ballistics with laboratory
- Criminal Procedure and Court Testimony
- Introduction to Cyber Crime and Environmental Laws and Protection with laboratory
- Special Topics 2
- Internship 2
- An applicant who has completed Senior High School and has not taken any college course, or
- An applicant who has completed equivalent Secondary Education from any school abroad and has not taken any college course, or
- A passer of Alternative Learning System (ALS) with certification of eligibility to be admitted to college.
- An applicant who has taken college programs or units not more than 75% of his/her curriculum in other CHED recognized colleges or universities, or
- An applicant who has taken college programs or units not more than 75% of his/her curriculum in colleges or universities abroad, OR
- An applicant who has taken vocational or any special training in recognized colleges or universities abroad, OR
- An applicant who has officially enrolled in any degree or certificate programs after High School.
Second Course Taker
- An applicant who has completed any college degree from any CHEd recognized college or university, or
- An applicant who has completed any college degree from college or university abroad.
The College of Criminal Justice Education conforms with the institutional policies for admitting freshmen.Additional 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.
A student who intends to shift to any program 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 or non-academic subject, 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 the interview conducted by the Dean or his designate, and 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 Upperclassmen
- Barangay Clearance and Police Clearance during enrollment
- Height Requirement:5'2" (Female) 5'4" (Male)
- Photocopy of grades from the previous semester (please bring original copy)
- 2x3 haircut for all male students; Haircuts will also be monitored before major exam week
- No dyeing of hair
- No tattoos
- No earrings (male)
- No beard/mustache
- Wearing of flip flops not allowed
- For failure of one (1) or two (2) subjects (academic or non-academic), a corresponding one (1) or (2) subjects will be reduced from the scheduled number of subjects to be enrolled for the following semester/term; and
- Failure of three (3) subjects (academic and non-academic) will mean no permission will be granted for enrollment the following semester and thereafter.
NOTE: Failure to comply with the above rules and regulations will be a basis for this College to deny admission for student's enrollment the following semester.
A student who accumulates 24 academic units of failures at the end of the semester of any school year is considered ineligible to enroll in the succeeding semester. However, if there were only 48 academic units left before graduation, the student would still be allowed to enroll provided a deloading of three (3) academic units is made to allow for a better academic performance during the semester.
The corresponding units of subjects retaken and then passed with a grade of 2.00 or better shall be deducted from the accumulated units of failures. The failing mark however, will still appear in the official transcript of records.