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Criminology programs give students the chance to examine a variety of issues related to crime and criminal justice that are of central importance to modern life. Students learn to approach these themes from a perspective that is sociological in nature. And like other academics, find themselves confronted with a greater range of occupational demands (increased teaching loads, more performance reviews, evaluations and assessments of various sorts) and career expectations (successful grant applications and consultancies). This is a good field if you want to specialize in stopping crime. So go ahead and pursue your dreams. List of Schools in Philippines offering BS Criminology studies

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