Program Overview

Bachelor of Criminal Justice

Prepare to meet current and future criminal justice and social science challenges
in a complex and diverse world

Classes Start June 27 and August 22. Reserve your seat today!
Classes Start Six Times Per Year For Ultimate Flexibility

military friendly 22-23 silver badgeTiffin University’s Bachelor of Criminal Justice program was created to help students acquire job-relevant skills and expertise in a timely manner. In fact, students with approximately two years or more of prior college credit can complete a Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree in as little as 18 months through our online program. Also, we offer faculty members whose professional experience fills in the blanks between classroom learning and practical application, which means our students graduate with the hands-on competencies they need to advance their careers.

If you’re ready to move your career ahead, it’s time to learn more about a convenient, affordable online Bachelor of Criminal Justice at Tiffin University.

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Bachelor of Criminal Justice Programs

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BCJ Contemporary Justice

Understand contemporary issues facing society today

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BCJ Corrections

Prepare for a career advocating for juveniles to managing criminals

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BCJ Criminal Behavior

Understand criminal behavior 

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BCJ Criminalistics

Develop skills to analyze evidence

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BCJ Homeland Security

Understand homeland security challenges 

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BCJ Justice Administration

Become a leader in the CJ system

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BCJ Law Enforcement

Learn how to keep citizens safe

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Faculty Spotlight

Lacy Ellis, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor & Chair for Criminal Justice Graduate Programs / Internship Coordinator

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