Tiffin’s Bachelor of Criminal Justice in Justice Administration
Are you thinking about earning your Bachelor of Criminal Justice in Justice Administration in Ohio, but are unsure about how studying will fit into your busy schedule? Tiffin University provides options that allow you to finish your Campus sooner than if you enrolled in a traditional program. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to pursue three different degree types: bachelor’s, master’s, and program completion. Additionally, you can choose to study on campus or online, whichever works best with your busy schedule. Contact us today for more details on the Bachelor of Criminal Justice in Justice Administration and getting the results you want.
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 you to take classes independently and work around your schedule
- Programs begin every January, March (online), May (online), August, and October (online)
A Private University Providing Real Life Education!
Tiffin University’s primary campus is located in the Tiffin, Ohio area on a stunning 110-acre campus. We offer studies through the School of Arts & Sciences, School of Business and School of Criminal Justice & Social Sciences. The Bachelor of Criminal Justice in Justice Administration program we provide is available on a full-time basis and has a Fall start date. You can also pursue your Bachelor of Criminal Justice in Justice Administration online. Tiffin University is the perfect solution for non-traditional students who want to further their education.
Our Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice (MS in CJ) focuses on equipping students with a professional, personal and practical education they can put to use in the real world. Our faculty members have firsthand industry experience, which means they know the ins and outs of the field and can provide valuable insights and advice. Whether you are embarking on a new career path in the field of criminal justice or you are looking to get promoted, our degree program could be just what you need to make an impact.
Tiffin University's Bachelor of Criminal Justice in Justice Administration is offered with concentrations in:
- Justice Administration
- Homeland Security Administration
- Criminal Behavior
- Crime Analysis
Our graduates can go on to work with such agencies and organizations as:
- US Secret Service
- US Border Patrol
- Department of Homeland Security
- Mental health organizations
- Probation and parole offices
- And more
Attend class at one of our many satellite campus locations. Complete our online inquiry form to learn more about getting your Campus today.
Tiffin University is the flexible choice for mature, working students looking to pursue their Bachelor of Criminal Justice in Justice Administration while working. Let us help you get started. Contact us today for more details about our Bachelor of Criminal Justice in Justice Administration . Simply submit our online form or give us a call.
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- “I am utilizing skills gained from my MBA to operate a business, while also applying theoretical knowledge to daily tasks? Tiffin University gave me that extra boost I needed to move forward in accomplishing my dream of becoming a small business owner.”
— Emily Miller, Class of 2011
- “I chose Tiffin University because of the curriculum and online opportunities that allowed me to work toward my goal of obtaining an MBA while working full-time. The online program was the only way I could get the degree I wanted and move into the field I love.”
— John Carpenter, Class of 2012
- “My time at Tiffin University allowed me to build connections in my desired industry. The flexibility of the online program allowed me to participate in an internship with a major NFL team while still being a full-time student.”
— John Rini, Class of 2011