Goals and Course Topics
Rehabilitation, safety and advocacy are all exemplary traits of a noble professional in today’s correctional system.
Looking to pursue a career as a leader in the criminal justice system? This criminal justice administration degree program is designed to provide students with an understanding of issues that criminal justice leaders face today. Students will focus on law enforcement, public administration and multicultural issues. Our criminal justice administration degree program provides a unique opportunity to interact with working professionals, so that you gain invaluable experience for a career as human services investigator, probation or parole officer, police or correctional officer or special agent victim advocate.
Online: Two terms per semester starting in January, March, May, July, August and October
On Campus: 15-week semester starting in January and August
Off Campus: Hybrid format starting in January and August; learn more about our Extended Learning locations and programs
- Terra State Community College
- Owens Community College – Toledo Campus
Who Is This Criminal Justice Administration Degree For?
Tiffin University’s online and off-campus criminal justice administration degree program is specifically designed to help students complete their degree without missing a single day of work. Students with approximately two years or more of prior college credit can complete a Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree in Justice Administration in about two years. Our faculty brings real-world expertise into the classroom, so it is all relevant to your career success. Many of our students are working professionals, so you will make real connections. We do not make “ivory tower promises” – we deliver the goods for your real-world success!
DEGREE COMPLETION TIME
The time to complete one’s criminal justice administration degree is dependent on the number of hours transferring in. Tiffin University strives to transfer in as much transfer credit for students as possible. With this said, in order for credit to transfer, one must have earned a “C” or better in the course.