Master of Science in Criminal Justice

Crime Analysis

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Goals and Course Topics

Advance Your Career

TU’s Masters in Crime Analysis 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.

Your Masters in 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. Not only do our Masters in Crime Analysis faculty members have professional experience, but so do many of the students. This combination fosters exciting dialogue and a dynamic education filled with connections. This Masters in Crime Analysis is as real as it gets!

Practical Education

The Masters in Crime Analysis curriculum will provide students with a theoretical overview of the field. Such concepts include statistics, contemporary issues in the field of criminal justice, geographic information systems and research design.

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

Professional Fields

  • Intelligence Analyst
  • Fraud investigation
  • Criminal investigations
  • Federal law enforcement
  • State and local law enforcement
  • Insurance fraud investigation


U.S. News and World Report ranked Tiffin University as Ohio’s third-best online master’s degree program in criminal justice.

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Tiffin University’s online Master of Science in Criminal Justice programs are ranked #6 for the 2019 Best Master’s in Criminal Justice Online Programs by SR Education Group.



You can enhance your skillset even more by adding just a few more courses for a second concentration. The MS in Criminal Justice program offers the following second concentrations:

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

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Sample Course

Crime Analysis Project (ENF627)

Capstone course utilizing the skills for other analysis courses, the student will work with an instructor to develop a crime analysis project. This project will describe a defined problem, set parameters for solving the problem, select tools and options for choosing a correct path for solving the problem. The project does not necessarily have to involve crime analysis but it must approach a significant problem that any police department might experience. To be taken in the last semester.

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