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Bachelor of Forensic Science

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Overview

The College of Criminal Justice It aims to develop professionally competent, responsible, honorable, morally upright, and globally competitive graduates who have the passion for excellence in the field of criminal justice administration.

Today, students of the College of Criminal Justice reap the full benefits from OLFU’s world-class learning platforms and resources which are paired with state-of-the-art facilities and laboratories—all delivered by a competent teaching faculty through a masterful mix of learning modalities: online, distance or, when health conditions permit, face-to-face learning.

It is also noteworthy that OLFU is one among a few select schools to be granted the Certificate of Authority by the CHEd, allowing it to conduct limited face-to-face classes in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic;  a testament to the University’s established and effective community safety protocols.

The Bachelor of Forensic Science is a four-year, non-board degree program that prepares the graduate for careers in scientific crime detection, law enforcement, forensic science education, and research/evaluation of forensic evidence in the courts. Moreover, this program is also preparatory for the study of Law and Medicine, and for further forensic science specialization.

Program Length

4 Academic Years

Format

Hybrid

Language

English

Minimum Down Payment

Php 1,500 + Application Fee

Tuition Fee

Financial Aids

Accreditations

Career Opportunities

Scientific crime investigation

Foreign or international agencies e.g. United Nations (Department for Peacekeeping Forces) and European Union

Law enforcement

Research/analysis/evaluation of forensic evidence in courts of law

Forensic science education

Ave. Annual Income

P 824,400

Source: salaryexplorer.com

Program available in:

Valenzuela

College Freshmen Requirements:

  • Original Grade 12 Senior High School Report Card (F-138)

  • Original F137 (with request letter from OLFU)

  • Original Certificate of Good Moral Character issued in the current year

  • Two (2) identical copies of recent 2”x2” studio photo (white background)

  • Clear photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate;

  • For married female applicants, clear photocopy of Marriage Certificate

  • Clear photocopy of Grade 12 Senior High School Diploma

Scanned copies may be submitted online.

Transferee/ Second Courser Requirements:

For evaluation of subjects that can be credited from your previous school, submit any one of the following documents:

  • Scholastic Records

  • Certificate of Grades

  • Class Cards

  • Transcript of Records

  • Online Copy of Grades

Other Requirements:

  • Honorable Dismissal / Transfer Credentials

  • Transcript of Records (TOR) copy for OLFU

  • Two (2) identical copies of recent 2”x2” studio photo (white background)

  • Clear photocopy of PSA birth certificate

  • For married female applicants, clear photocopy of Marriage Certificate

Note: If you don’t have your requirements yet, submit photocopy of your claim stub and receipt of Honorable Dismissal and TOR

Scanned copies may be submitted online.

Cross Enrollee:

  • Original Permit to Cross Enroll

  • Clear photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate

  • Two (2) identical copies of recent 2″x2″ studio photo (white background)

Scanned copies may be submitted online.

Alternative Learning System (ALS) Passer:

  • Original Certificate of Rating

  • Original Certificate of Good Moral Character

  • Clear photocopy of ALS Diploma

  • Clear photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate

  • Two (2) identical copies of recent 2″x2″ studio photo (white background)

Scanned copies may be submitted online.

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The College of Criminal Justice aims to develop professionally competent, responsible, honorable, morally upright, and globally competitive graduates who have the passion for excellence in the field of criminal justice administration.