CAR schools still reign in Criminology board exams
Four schools in the Cordillera are among the top performing schools nationwide in the November to December 2019 Criminology licensure examination.
King’s College of the Philippines, University of the Cordilleras, University of Baguio and the Ifugao State University are among the top 10 schools that have 50 examinees who passed with at least 80 percent overall passing percentage, according to the Professional Regulation Commission.
KCP in La Trinidad, Benguet placed third with 64 passers out of 66 examinees having 96.97 percent overall passing rate. The school has been a consistent top performing school through the years since being a part of the cream of the crop in 2014 when it was still named Eastern Luzon Colleges.
Baguio-based UC, the country’s overall top performing school for criminology for many years now, has 63 passers out of 65 examinees with 96.92 percent overall passing rate and at fourth place.
UC’s College of Criminal Justice Education has been a leading Criminology school for 45 consecutive licensure exams or 23 consecutive years since 1997.
Also performing well is UB is at seventh place with 91 passers out of 105 examinees or 86.67 percent passing rate.
The IFSU is at eighth place, with 123 passers out of its 142 examinees with 86.62 percent overall passing rate.
IFSU’s Franie Buyayo Bumilao also placed seventh among the top 10 passers with a 90.10 passing rate.
The PRC announces that from Jan. 16 to 31 and Feb. 3 to 12, registration for the issuance of professional identification card and certificate of registration will be done online.
Visit the official website of PRC (https://online.prc.gov.ph/) and follow instructions for initial registration. – Ofelia C. Empian