Goals and Course Topics
Lead By Example
The most powerful leadership tool you can have is education. TU’s master’s program ensures a comprehensive education in justice administration with classes in human resource management, contemporary issues in criminal justice, legal and ethical issues, management practices, policy formulation, and budget and finance.
Your Justice Administration Program
In the Justice Administration Concentration, the first semester will provide the student with perspectives in human resource management, statistical applications and contemporary issues in Criminal Justice. The second semester explores legal and ethical issues, policy formation and analysis and research and analysis. The final semester covers law and management practices, administrative theory and the design and analysis of educational programs and training sessions.
Tiffin University’s Master of Science (MS) in Criminal Justice, with a concentration in Justice Administration, is an outstanding example of how the real world meets the classroom experience. Not only do our faculty members have professional experience, but so do many of the students. This combination fosters exciting dialogue and a dynamic education filled with connections.
Online: Two terms per semester starting in January, March, May, July, August and October
Transfer Credit Opportunity
For our MS in CJ in Justice Administration prospective students, who have completed the Certified Law Enforcement Executive Certification (CLEE) or Police Executive Leadership College Certification (PELC), may receive up to nine (9) credit hours of transfer credit into this program.
U.S. News and World Report ranked Tiffin University as Ohio’s third-best online master’s degree program in criminal justice.
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.