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The Master's of Criminal Justice in Ohio from Tiffin University

By studying Tiffin’s Master's of Criminal Justice, students are given all of the tools they need to move forward in life. Students from around the globe and from as close as Michigan choose to pursue their studies on our Ohio campus. With flexible schedules and accelerated learning, Tiffin students can balance the pursuit of their educational goals with their professional and personal obligations. So, you can complete your degree online or at one of our satellite campuses. We welcome Michigan students to study Master's of Criminal Justice at Tiffin University; call now for more information.

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Founded in 1888, Tiffin University has 100 years of experience offering top-notch education programs in an ideal learning environment. Our 110-acre campus is located in Tiffin, Ohio, offering educational facilities like the Graduate Student Services Office and the Career Development Office both of which provide students with advice and guidance necessary for success. Want to get started on the pursuit of a Master's of Criminal Justice beyond your state of Michigan? Contact Tiffin University today.

Master's of Criminal Justice offered by Tiffin University

Tiffin University's Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice (MSCJ) is a professional, practical program that attracts skilled individuals from many of the criminal justice systems. This program is an excellent example of how the real world meets the classroom experience. Our faculty members, who have all been working professionals in the field, combined with our students, who are also working professionals, create a classroom dynamic found in very few graduate programs.

The Master's of Criminal Justice at Tiffin University has available concentrations in:

  • Criminal Behavior
  • Crime Analysis
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Homeland Security Administration
  • Justice Administration 

Examples of types of careers for Master's of Criminal Justice graduates include:

  • Administrative positions in local, state, and federal agencies
  • Positions within corrections and probation departments
  • Positions as a research assistant with various agencies
  • Positions at the local, state, and federal level in the area of behavioral science
  • Clinical or research positions with human service agencies, mental health agencies, social agencies, and forensic agencies
  • More

By studying at Tiffin University, you can get started on your dream career path. Dedicated and committed, our faculty provide learning-centered programs which offer professional insight; for example, our Master's of Criminal Justice program in Ohio. To find out more about enrolling in our Master's of Criminal Justice as a Michigan student, call Tiffin University today or complete an inquiry form.

Degree Completion Programs at Tiffin

  • Degree Completion Programs lessen the demands of traditional enrollment
  • Values work/life balance
  • Small class sizes of 15-20 students
  • On Campus programs run consecutively so there is only one subject to focus on at a time
  • Online academic programs allow to you to take classes independently and work around your schedule
  • Programs begin every January, March (online), May (online) August and October (online)

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Degree Completion Programs at Tiffin

  • Degree Completion Programs lessen the demands of traditional enrollment
  • Values work/life balance
  • Small class sizes of 15-20 students
  • On Campus programs run consecutively so there is only one subject to focus on at a time
  • Online academic programs allow to you to take classes independently and work around your schedule
  • Programs begin every January, March (online), May (online) August and October (online)

Tiffin at a Glance:

  • Founded in 1888
  • On Campus and Online Academic
  • Enrollment 6,816 Students
  • Faculty 133 full time faculty 80% hold doctrates or the highest certification in their fields
  • 27% of TU students go to graduate school
  • 75% of TU students participate in an extracurricular activity
  • The Richard C. Pfeiffer Library has an extensive collection of books, subscriptions to magazines and newspapers, microfiche units, an computers for online searching. The library is a member of OhioLINK and Online Computer Library Center