T

he revised curriculum for the four-year BSPS cadetship program composed of academic and non-academic instructions was implemented effective Academic Year 2006-2007 to Class 2010 and future classes. Cadets undergoing the program should earn 221 total academic units which is more than the CHED requirement to obtain a bachelors degree.

Subjects and activities under the academic instructions relates to a particular discipline or branch of knowledge that involves cognitive learning such as those under the branches of Law, Language, Forensic Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Public Safety Services.

The first and second years of the program are anchored on the basic public safety knowledge, skills, competence and qualities of officership. Third year is focused on the specialization/integration subjects depending on the service the cadets would opt to join after graduation. Fourth year is for thesis writing and integrated review of public safety subjects.

Criminology subjects are incorporated in the course to qualify the graduates for Criminology Licensure/Board Examination as may be certified by appropriate Special Orders from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). The Non-Academic subjects deal within the technical, practical and affective domain of learning which include but not limited to Aptitude, Conduct, Tactics and Physical Fitness Test (PFT).

I. ACADEMIC COURSES

 

  • A. Math and Science (24 units)
  • B. Law (21 units)
  • C. Languages and Arts (27 units)
  • D. Forensic Science (12 units)
  • E. Humanities and Social Science (42 units)
  • F. Public Safety Services
    • 1. Police Science (33 units)
    • 2. Fire Science and Technology (15 units)
    • 3. Jail Management and Penology (15 units)
II. NON-ACADEMIC COURSES

 

  • A. Conduct
  • B. Aptitude for the Service
  • C. Organizational Leadership
  • D. Physical Education
  • E. Drills and Ceremonies
  • F. Marksmanship and Police Tactics
III. Practicum (Cadet Attachment Program)

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