College of Criminal Justice Administration

PROGRAM OBJECTIVE
The college aims to produce competent graduates by imparting knowledge and skills in the field of Criminology and undertake viable researches and extension activities in the community.
PROGRAM GOAL
To prepare criminologists/ police officers with adequate knowledge, skills and desirable values which are necessary in developing competent human power to enforce the law.
FACULTY OF INSTRUCTION
Mr. Melvin S. Atayan
College Dean
Instructor I
Bachelor of Science in Criminology
Master in Public Administration major in Police Administration
Dr. Carlito R. Fagela
Assistant Professor II
Bachelor of Science in Criminology
Master of Science in Criminology
Doctor of Philosophy in Education major in Educational Management
Mr. Jose Sherief O. Panelo
Assistant Professor I
Bachelor of Science in Criminology
Master of Science in Criminology
Doctor in Criminology
Mr. Ricoh Jae U. Materum
Part-Time Lecturer
Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Social Science
COURSES OFFERED
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminology

Latest News

Internal Accreditors’ visit in CSU-SM in preparation for the scheduled Level II Accreditation of the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) for 7 programs and Preliminary Survey Visit of BS in Industrial Technology program of the campus at the Administration Building Conference Hall, September, 04, 2019.
Elizabeth Bautista · September 7, 2019
The Campus Student Council, together with the Guidance Office, OSDW and CSU-SM Administration, hosted the Orientation Program 2019 for CSU-SM Officials, September 4, 2019. Dr. Mariden Cauilan, CSU Vice-President for Academics, and Dr. Narcitas B. Ouano, CEO(CSU-SM) led the presentation of the University Officials and Campus Officials, respectively.
Elizabeth Bautista · June 28, 2019
CSU-SM held its grand Alumni Homecoming dubbed as Alumni Fiesta 2019 with the theme, “Panagsasarak, Panagragragsak, Panagmaymaysa” which was graced by the University President, Dr. Urdujah A. Tejada at the Campus Gymnasium, June 22, 2019.
M. S. Atayan · July 6, 2018
With the university’s effort to join hands with the government in curbing criminality through an effective treatment program of inmates at Sanchez Mira Provincial Jail Extension (SMPJE), the College of Criminal Justice Administration through the leadership of its dean, Mr. Melvin Atayan extended its “Salaknib Project” under the Kaniyogan Extension Program of the campus to … Continue reading "CRIM pioneers Skills Training to SM Inmates"