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You’ve worked hard to get to where you are. When you enroll in one of Tiffin University’s associate to bachelor’s degree programs, we work hard to make sure you keep moving forward. If you already hold an associate degree, you’re only required to take 61 credits (or less) at Tiffin University to complete your bachelor’s degree.

Earning a bachelor’s degree is an investment in your future — you can build a career, earn more money and strengthen your confidence. Because we’re focused on your future, we help you get to graduation day faster than other institutions. With our associate to bachelor’s degree programs, every course you take at TU will apply towards your major. That means less time wasted retaking unnecessary courses, and more money saved with every credit hour.

Our fully-accredited bachelor’s degree programs are completely online, offering you flexibility without losing any of the classroom experience. As you learn virtually alongside classmates, you’ll build connections with professors and receive guidance from your advisor who is focused on helping you achieve your goal. From the moment you begin the enrollment process to graduation day, you’ll have a team cheering you across the finish line.

TU offers the associate to bachelor’s degree completion program in eight fields of study, including:

If the major you’re interested in isn’t listed above, your options are even broader thanks to our community college pathways program. We’re proud to partner with community colleges throughout Ohio, each offering a wide range of courses that can be put towards earning your bachelor’s degree. See where your associate degree can take you at one of Tiffin University’s pathway partner institutions:

  • Terra State Community College
  • Cuyahoga Community College
  • Marion Technical College
  • North Central State College
  • Rhodes State College
  • Eastern Gateway Community College
  • Edison State Community College

Take your associate degree further by enrolling in one of Tiffin University’s bachelor’s degree programs.

Learn about our Associate to Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program

To learn more about our articulation agreements and pathways, click here. If you’re ready to get started, click here to get connected to an enrollment advisor.