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Master of Science Degree Programs

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Advance Your Career with A Master of Science Degree from TU

If you’re ready to move your career ahead, it’s time to learn more about a convenient, affordable online Master of Science in Criminal Justice, Psychology, Cyber Security and Clinical Exercise Physiology at Tiffin University. Our program attracts professionals who already work in the criminal justice systems, helping them acquire the skills and credentials they need to push their careers to the next level.

Our faculty members, who have invaluable first-hand experience in criminal justice, collaborate with students – who themselves are aspiring professionals – to create a uniquely job-oriented classroom dynamic.

Online Master of Science Overview

Master of Science Degree Program Applicants

Minimum requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s degree required from a regionally accredited university
  2. Undergraduate GPA, 3.0 preferred
    • If your GPA was less than a 3.0, you must submit a resume. Additional documents may be required, if deemed necessary by the Tiffin University Admissions team.

Applicants who cannot meet language proficiency standards or do not have proof of proficiency can receive a Conditional Acceptance and attend our English as a Second Language (ESL) program, which is our on-campus English language institute.

We offer six MS in Criminal Justice concentrations so that you can specialize in what you’re most interested in. To learn more about our online master of science in Criminal Justice degree programs, click the links below.


  • Addictions Counseling: Post-Licensure – only offered on Tiffin Campus; Fall/Winter starts
  • Crime Analysis
  • Crime Science
  • Criminal Behavior
  • Homeland Security Administration
  • Justice Administration