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First HAU criminology graduates post 100% board exam passing rate

Holy Angel University scored an impressive first showing at the government’s licensure examination for criminologists with a perfect passing score for all its 27 pioneer graduates.


Dr. Cristina Sangil, Dean of the University’s College of Criminal Justice Education and Forensics (CCJEF), credited her students’ performance to her faculty, the support of administration, her students’ diligence and the curriculum which focuses on innovation and professional ethics.


“From the beginning we wanted our program to be different from other criminology schools,” Dean Sangil said. “It is our University’s contribution to government efforts to reform the image of our country’s law enforcement and criminal justice system. Our next target is a degree program on forensics science.”


The HAU successful examinees are: Noel Yalung Alviz, Katrine Reyes Bautista, Herby Serrano Cruz, Al Geric Dela Pena Cuntapay, Eduard Magtoto Dimalanta, Orlando Alviz Dimatulac Jr., Farlie Tila Dizon, Chuck Owen Mansinadez Fuertez, Jeric Baculi Goingco, Remigio Danganan Lugtu, Jr., Ronald Lagman Magtoto;


Brian Scott Manarang Mallari, Jan Rey Garing Mamangun, Edsel Danganan Manalo, Jaam Paul Maglalang Manaloto, Jaypee Nunag Mangilit, Ian Franz Canlas Marcelo, Nikko Dave Valdez Marquez, Al-Joren Roseller Dalusung Pangilinan, Justine Louie Nulud Pineda, Ray Gerard Briones Pineda, Reynaldo Yumul Punzal Jr., Jomari David Quizon, Aldrin Gomez Rivera, Bernardo Pallera Santos Jr., Joan Grace Galang Sarmiento, and Niña Mae Lagman Sibal.


The 100% passing rate came on the heels of another impressive board exam performance of the University's accountancy graduates, two of whom placed 3rd and 8th in the exam's Top Ten. Another previous perfect passing score for pioneer graduates was the University's architecture program.


Date Posted: 11-24-2013