List of Deans/Heads/Officials

7 years 2 months ago #7677 by Esteban C Fernandez III
Dr Reyvo P Sannad
Dean Pangasinan Colleges of Science and Technology
(PCST) now PUNP

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7 years 2 months ago #7713 by Edgardo C. Cagalitan
Dean Edgardo C. Cagalitan
College of Criminology
Colegio de San Antonio de Padua
Guinsay, Danao City Tel/Fax (032) 2005388
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7 years 2 months ago - 7 years 2 months ago #7714 by Ernesto Navarro
Could it be possible that one is appointed as dean of criminology and at the same time he is serving the government either as member of the PNP, AFP or any private entity?

Is it also allowed that the Dean is not a BSCrim/ MSCrim/ PhD Crim graduate? At the very least, MSCrim?

COuld an active PNP member be a Dean at the same time? :)

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7 years 4 weeks ago #7752 by Cops
Dean Nathaniel E. Laxa
Arellano University
Plaridel Campus
Mandaluyong City
532-7741

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7 years 4 weeks ago #7753 by Cops
If I am not mistaken all active duty personnel of the PNP are not authorized to be designated as Dean beacause of conflict of interest. Active duty personnel of the PNP can only hold part time positions as professors. My own opinion in whether a non Criminology graduate should be appointed as a Dean is if the person is qualified with law enforcer experience or related filed such as Forensics why not. It is the qualification and field experience that will let the individual shine. However, if the field of specialization is totally out of sync then No to the designation as Dean. In summary it is still the prerogative of the school to recommend to CHED the qualifications of the individual after all he or she will be responsible to the school administration.

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7 years 4 days ago #7831 by mamdulz
does anyone know who is the dean of criminology of Manuel S. Enverga Univ Foundation in Lucena City. Any info on Miss Mona Lee Chow,RC? former crim prof at enverga. she is my friend. i appreciate any info on these.thanks!

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6 years 11 months ago #7880 by mar jim
Dr.Alrien F. Dausan
Dean of CCJE
De La Salle University Dasmarinas,Cavite

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6 years 11 months ago #7886 by RK Manwong
Ernesto Navarro wrote:

Could it be possible that one is appointed as dean of criminology and at the same time he is serving the government either as member of the PNP, AFP or any private entity?

Is it also allowed that the Dean is not a BSCrim/ MSCrim/ PhD Crim graduate? At the very least, MSCrim?

COuld an active PNP member be a Dean at the same time? :)


The basis for Deanship qualification is CMO 21 s 2005 which states that the college should be "administered by a FULL TIME department head who must be a graduate of B.S. Criminology, at least M.S. in Criminology; a Registered Criminologist; and with at least 3 years teaching and 1 year supervisory experience".

HE WHO DARES WIN!

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6 years 8 months ago #8156 by white negga JEIG
Dr. Carmelita B. Chavez
Dean CCJE
University of Mindanao
Davao City

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di rin ako naka ask ng number nila.
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6 years 7 months ago #8215 by jerry antonio
ATTY. ERWIN B. BUCIO, RC, MSCRIM
Dean, College of Criminology
Liceo de Cagayan University
(088)858-4093-95 local 137

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