Tiffin University’s main campus is situated in the Tiffin, Ohio area on a gorgeous 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 program we provide is available on a full-time basis and has a Fall start date.
Classes are conveniently available at any one of our campus locations or online.
Tiffin University is the right choice for busy adults looking for a program that fits into their lifestyle.
The Bachelor of Criminal Justice from Tiffin University is designed to equip students with a high-quality education that includes practical skills and know-how they can put to use on the job. No matter how hectic your schedule may be, you can feel good knowing our program is both flexible and convenient, so you can pursue your education in a way that best suits your lifestyle and learning style. Additionally, if you have earned two or more years of prior college credit, you could complete your degree in approximately two years. So if you're ready to learn more about the field of Criminal Justice, our industry-experienced faculty members are ready to share their insider knowledge and expertise with you. Students studying on campus can major in:
- Law Enforcement*
- Homeland Security and Terrorism*
- Justice Administration*
- Cyber-Defense and Information Security
- Forensic Psychology
- Forensic Science
*Programs also offered online
Our graduates can pursue a variety of careers in the field, including:
- Special agent
- Criminal investigator
- Probation or parole officer
- Victim advocate
- Grants manager
- University, hospital, railroad or transit police officer
- Agency director
- Corrections counselor
- Fraud investigator
- And much more
Obtain your Bachelor’s or Master’s degree on our main campus, or pursue your program completion degree at one of our many satellite campus locations.
We are in Toledo, Fremont, Cleveland, Elyria, Brunswick, Columbus and Cincinnati.
Simply fill out the inquiry form to learn more about completing your Bachelor of Criminal Justice today.