For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

College of Criminal Justice

Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Criminology is a four-year degree program that studies crime and the various agencies of justice roles as they operate and react to crime, criminals, and victims.

The Criminology program aims to provide the community with professionally competent and morally upright graduates who can deliver efficient and effective services in crime prevention, detection, and investigation, law enforcement, public safety, custody and rehabilitation of offenders, criminological research, among others.

Graduates of the program possess the required knowledge, skills, attitude, and values necessary to address the problems of criminality in the country. They match the character and competence to meet the global challenges in criminal justice.

The B.S. in Criminology program is a Level II Re-accredited Program awarded by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA). The program is handled by faculty members who are industry practitioners and academic experts in Criminology and Criminal Justice, all of which have completed aligned post-graduate degrees and continuously undergo training worldwide. Students use PCCR’s library and forensic laboratories learning resources, the most extensive among all higher education institutions offering the Criminology program in the Philippines.

PCCR has consistently been recognized as a top-performing institution in the Professional Regulation Commission’s Criminologists’ Licensure Examination, with its graduates often clinching multiple spots among the top 10 board takers.

With a degree in Criminology, students are on track on achieving their dream to become a:

  • Lawyer
  • Police Officer
  • Jail Officer
  • Corrections Officer
  • Parole Officer
  • Fire Officer
  • Criminal Intelligence Investigator
  • Forensic Specialist
  • Criminal Laboratory Examiner
  • Polygraph Examiner
  • Fingerprint Examiner
  • Ballistician
  • Fraud Investigator
  • Signature Verifier
  • Air Marshall
  • Sea Marshall
  • Environmental Protection Officer
  • Data Scientist
  • Forensic Computer Analyst
  • Public Policy Advisor
  • Security Consultant
  • Personal Protection Agent
  • Security Specialist
  • Private Detective
  • Researcher
  • Academician

Information

Requirements
Freshmen:
  1. Original and two photocopies of Transcript of Records (TOR)
  2. Original and two photocopies of baccalaureate degree Diploma
  3. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the college/university where baccalaureate degree was completed
  4. Two 2×2 ID pictures
Transferees:
  1. Certificate of Honorable Dismissal from the last law school attended
  2. Original and two photocopies of Transcript of Records (TOR) or Certified Copy of Grades from the last law school attended
  3. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the college/university from the last law school attended
  4. Two 2×2 ID pictures
  5. Letter of Application with the following details:
    1. Complete name
    2. Date of birth
    3. Sex
    4. Residential address
    5. Contact number
    6. Name of last school attended
    7. Baccalaureate degree completed
    8. Year baccalaureate degree was completed
    9. Occupation (if applicable)
    10. Name and address of employer (if applicable)
    11. Name of parents or persons to contact in case of emergency and their contact details
Message
PCCR | Atty. Sergio Ceniza

Message from the Dean

The MLC Law Academic Program

MLC takes pride in its distinction as the oldest Filipino law school in the country.

Aside from such distinction, MLC distinguishes itself as the school of the ordinary, hardworking Filipino students. At MLC, we give the optimum opportunity to students with a limited budget for a law school education to pursue their dreams of becoming members of the Bar. MLC kept its tuition fees low but academic standards high to encourage more students to obtain a law degree and bring their dreams of becoming lawyers to complete fruition.

The Peculiarity of MLC as a Law School of Choice

Most law schools train their students to pass the Bar Exams. Others hone their students to become great lawyers.

In MLC, we journey with our students as they trek the long and arduous road to achieve their dreams. The goal is not only to pass the Bar exams but to be great lawyers. We take pride in providing our students with high-quality legal education at a very affordable cost. MLC endeavors to achieve its mission of helping an ordinary man achieve his dream of becoming a lawyer and being a valuable asset in Philippine society.

Why Study at MLC?

The cost of legal education in the Philippines is beyond what an ordinary working student can easily afford. We, at MLC, do not subscribe to the idea that only those who are financially well-off can pursue their dream of becoming lawyers. MLC takes pride in providing one of the most affordable tuition fees among law schools in the country. Despite its low tuition fee, MLC has a corps of professors comparable to the best schools in the Philippines. Our professors are composed of national bar reviewers, veteran academicians, justices and judges, prosecutors, high-ranking government officials, and law practitioners from well-known law firms.

Join us at MLC today and take your first step towards the achievement of your dream!

Atty. Sergio Ceniza
Dean of Manila Law College

Program Goals
Vision

The Manila Law College aims to be the country’s leading private and non-sectarian law institution in the formation and development of career Filipino lawyers who are committed to the highest intellectual, moral, and socio-cultural standards.

Mission
  1. To provide effective legal education by engaging the services of competent, dedicated, and honorable members of the Bar and the Bench.
  2. To produce lawyers who are imbued with high intellect and solid divine purpose, and who are steadfastly ready to defend the constitutional and statutory rights of every citizen.
  3. To expose its students to the influence of great men and women whose preparation and training, intellectual capacity, and moral values are exemplary.
  4. To encourage the participation of its faculty and students in civic and social programs and community projects for the amelioration of the plight of the less privileged.
Objectives

The general law program hopes to provide students with high legal education at the least possible cost, and to prepare them for a law practice that is geared towards public service and social justice. Towards this end, the law program is designed:

  1. To provide quality legal education in order to produce not only good lawyers, but model and career Filipino lawyers as well.
  2. To develop and prepare the youths of strong character and intellect to become leaders in various fields of the society.
  3. To inculcate in its students the love of country, public service, and social justice by faithfully obeying the Constitution and the statues and by putting high premium on the inalienable rights of the people.

College Articles

PCCR Repeats Online Voters Education Series

PCCR Repeats Online Voters Education Series

As a result of the success of its first event one week prior, and to emphasize on the importance of the right of suffrage to the community, The Philippine College of Criminology (PCCR) repeated its voters education series entitled “Botong 641 : Sinong Bet Mo?” which...

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PCCR-CCJ Takes Part in National Criminology Conference

PCCR-CCJ Takes Part in National Criminology Conference

In line with its vision to be a leader in innovative programs toward being a top choice in Criminal Justice Education, the Philippine College of Criminology (PCCR) College of Criminal Justice (CCJ) Administrators and Faculty took part in the recently concluded...

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