TSU remains in CLE top performing schools
Tarlac State University is the Top 3 Performing School in the June 2019 Criminologist Licensure Examination.
TSU obtained an 86 percent passing rate from the 43 out 50 passers, according to Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).
Since 2016, TSU is always 60 percent higher than the national passing rate according to Dr. Theodore M. Timpac, Dean of the College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE).
The university has also produced a topnotcher, Lian Carla C. Luzong, who placed 6th in the October 2016 Criminologist Licensure Exam.
In December 2017, TSU became the top one performing school nationwide in the Criminologist Licensure Exam with a passing rate of 98.21 percent.
While in December 2018, TSU is once again the top performing school in the Philippines with a passing rate of 98.25 percent.
The Bachelor of Science in Criminology started as a program under the College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) in 2012 headed by Dr. Agnes M. Macaraeg with Prof. Winifredo L. Luis as chairperson.
In 2014, Mr. Roel R. Alviar, a full-time lecturer in the college, was designated as chairperson of the Criminology Department
In November 2016, the Criminology program became an independent college when the TSU Board of Regents approved the establishment of the College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE) where Dr. Theodore M. Timpac was designated as the Dean. [Ma. Teresa D. Madriaga]