Academics / School of Criminal Justice & Social Sciences
Prepare for careers of service and helping others
The Tiffin University School of Criminal Justice & Social Sciences prepares students who feel called to careers of service and helping others. Blending academic theory with practitioner experience, our professional education is led by faculty who have worked in all levels of the criminal justice and social sciences fields and who bring those real-world experiences and connections to their teaching and mentoring of students.
Active, immersive learning is at the core of all our School’s programs. Our Experiential Learning Center facilitates realistic crime scene analysis, addictions counseling and criminal interviewing. All of our students participate in professional internships – from local police departments, to mental health organizations, to our Washington Center semester in D.C. We’ve pioneered a leading-edge Forensic Psychology Lab, engaging our students and further establishing our leadership in the field.
From criminal behavior, to homeland security, to addictions counseling, the School of Criminal Justice & Social Sciences is equipping students with the competencies and 21st-century skills to succeed in a complex and diverse world.