Your Bachelor of Criminal Justice from Tiffin University
Are you thinking about earning your Bachelor of Criminal Justice in Ohio, but are unsure about how studying will fit into your busy schedule? Even with a busy full-time job, you can successfully earn your Bachelor of Criminal Justice with the flexible program options offered at Tiffin University. At Tiffin University, you can pursue a bachelor's, program completion or master's degree. We offer programs on numerous campuses as well as online to cater to working adults who are looking for a convenient way to continue their education. If you have questions about earning your Bachelor of Criminal Justice from Tiffin University, complete our online form today.
Tiffin at a Glance
- Founded 1888
- On Campus and Online Academic Programs
- Enrollment: 6,816 students
- Faculty: 133 full time faulty; 80% hold doctorates or the highest certification in their fields
- The Richard C. Pfeiffer Library has an extensive collection of books, subscriptions to magazines and newspapers, microfiche units, and computers for online searching. The library is a member of OhioLINK and Online Computer Library Center (OCLC)
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. Programs are offered through the School of Arts & Sciences, School of Business and School of Criminal Justice & Social Sciences. Different study options are available based on your program type including full-time and part-time options, accelerated completion and varying start dates. Additionally, you may be able to earn your Campus online. Tiffin University is the ideal option for busy adults looking for a program that fits into their schedule.
Tiffin University's Criminal Justice program was created to assist students who needed a flexible and convenient program so they could complete their degree in a timely manner. Students with approximately two years or more of prior college credit can complete a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Organizational Management in about two years at one of our satellite campuses and in 18 months through our online program. Our staff and faculty share their wealth of knowledge from their related fields of expertise with the classroom. All of our teachers are professionals working in their field.
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Examples of types of careers for Criminal Justice graduates include:
- Advertising and Public Relations
- Bank Manager
- Distribution and Service Industries
- Financial Manager
- Government Agencies
- Human Resources
- Local Municipalities
- Non-profit organization
- Wage Salary Administration
You may pursue your Bachelor’s or Master’s degree on our primary campus, or earn your program completion degree at one of our satellite campus locations across Ohio. We are in Toledo, Fremont, Cleveland, Elyria, Brunswick, Columbus and Cincinnati. Fill in our inquiry form for more information about getting your Bachelor of Criminal Justice today.
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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