More details about Tiffin’s Online Master's of Criminal Justice!
Steeped in tradition; yet in touch with the times, Tiffin University has created an environment where students are professionally prepared for real world success.
With satellite campuses across the State of Ohio, Tiffin is the right place to achieve your educational goals online no matter where you’re located across the country.
Study Criminal Justice online at Tiffin University; pursue an education that was designed with you in mind.
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 Online 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 Online 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
At Tiffin University, we are dedicated to seeing our students experience academic and professional success; so, we uphold our tradition of providing them with all of the tools they need be successful in their working lives.
Your needs comes first at Tiffin University.
For more information about Tiffin University, and our Online Master's of Criminal Justice program, Florida students are encouraged to complete an online inquiry form.