Master of Science in Criminal Justice

Crime Analysis

Online
Classes Start January 14, 2019
Classes Start Six Times Per Year For Ultimate Flexibility

Goals and Course Topics

Advance Your Career

Take that extra step and get your master’s degree in crime analysis. TU’s online classes focus on theoretical overviews of crime analysis, computer applications in crime analysis and investigation, the criminal intelligence process, geographic information systems and research design. Then you can move forward in your field.

Your Crime Analysis Program

Tiffin University’s Master of Science (MS) degree in Criminal Justice, with a concentration in Crime Analysis, is an outstanding example of how the real world meets the classroom experience. Our faculty members have all been working professionals in the field and our students are also working professionals, which provides for an exciting dialogue and a dynamic education filled with connections. This is as real as it gets!

Practical Education

The Crime Analysis concentration provides students with a theoretical overview of crime analysis, computer applications in crime analysis and investigation, the criminal intelligence process, the use of geographic information systems, statistical applications and research design.

Format

Online: Two 7-week terms per semester starting in January, March, May, July, August and October

Average degree completion for a full time student
30 credits
Average degree completion for a part time student
30 credits

At a Glance

  • Regional accreditations
  • No application fees
  • Flexible start dates
  • Accepts transfer credits
  • No tuition increases in the past five years
  • Ask about our military discount

Sample Course

Contemporary Criminal Justice: Issues and Trends (JUS 510)

Provides a contemporary overview of the criminal justice system with a focus on current trends, major crime problems and statistics, crime control issues, the nature and causes of crime, justice agencies and personnel, key decision-making by justice agents and the changing features of the American legal system and criminal justice agency management which impact the quality of service to community residents.

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