Program Educational Objectives
Graduates of the Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice in Criminology are expected to attain
the following within 3 to 5 years after graduation:
- Exemplify expertise and high level of professional competence as leaders and officers in
the field of criminology and/or related areas;
- Apply appropriate principles and criminological theories in solving or addressing problems related
to crimes, victims and offenders
- Undertake independent and collaborative researches in their chosen field; and
- Engage in the sustainability of the extension and community outreach services.
A Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice in Criminology graduate should be able to:
- Acquire and share knowledge and skills on criminology, criminalistics, criminal justice, and other related disciplines
- Conduct and publish action research studies addressing contemporary problems in the practice of criminology and or criminal justice.
- Produce collaborative scholarly articles aside from individual dissertations
- Promote sustainable community development by leading and participating in various extension activities.