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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

The Philippine College of Criminology was authorized by the Department of Education to offer a one-year graduate course in Criminology leading to the degree of Master in Criminology through Government Recognition No. 218 Series of 1961 dated May 20, 1961. On July 31, 1972, Government Recognition No. 88 Series of 1972 authorized PCCR to offer a two-year course leading to the degree Master of Arts in Criminology. The same Government Recognition, No. 88 Series of 1972, was approved to rename the degree program of Master of Science in Criminal Justice, dated August 27, 2010, by the Commission on Higher Education.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN CRIMINOLOGY

The Philippine College of Criminology was granted by the Commission on Higher Education its Government Recognition No. C-035, Series of 1995 for the post graduate in Criminology leading to the degree Doctor of Philosophy in Criminology on April 4, 1995.

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Graduate School Articles

Dr. Noel Sergio is PCCR’s New VP for Academic Affairs

Dr. Noel Sergio is PCCR’s New VP for Academic Affairs

Reflecting its current Foundation Day Theme of “Reaching Greater Heights through Transformational Education”, The Philippine College of Criminology (PCCR) continues to strengthen its academic core with the addition of its new Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA)...

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PCCR Graduate School Gets New Dean

PCCR Graduate School Gets New Dean

As the pinnacle of the school’s academic journey and experience, the Philippine College of Criminology (PCCR) Graduate School continues to push itself to greater heights. Recently, Dr. Rhem Rick Corpuz was appointed as its new Dean in hopes of building on its...

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