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22nd January 2020, 09:20 AM
Re: Tiffin University Police

Can you provide me the Curriculum of the Bachelor of Criminal Justice (BCJ) degree program offered by Tiffin University as I want to become a Police Officer?
22nd January 2020, 09:21 AM
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Re: Tiffin University Police

The Tiffin University Bachelor of Criminal Justice (BCJ) degree with a major in Law Enforcement provides with the necessary foundation for successful employment and practice. At TU one will receive an innovative academic and practical education in the law, the behavioural sciences, and the political process.

Bachelor of Criminal Justice


Core Curriculum of the School of Criminal Justice – 18 hours
Law Enforcement Major – 46 hours

CDS334 Technology and Crime
COR120 Correctional Thought and Practice
COR231 Juvenile Justice Systems
ENF150 Police and Society
ENF239 Applied Criminal Investigation and Criminalistics
ENF293 Criminology (w)
ENF335 Law Enforcement Supervision
ENF355 Forensic Investigation of Sex Crimes
ENF420 Investigative Interview
ENF450 Crime Analysis
ENF460 Evidence Processing (w)
FOR105 Victimology
JUS465 Criminal Trial Evidence
JUS461 Capstone Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice (w)
PSY101 Introduction to Psychology
Total Bachelor of Criminal Justice – 121 hours


On Campus –
Offered in a 15-week semester format with start dates of January and August

Online –
Offered in two terms per semester starting in January, March, May, July, August and October

Ohio Police Officer Training Academy (OPOTA)

To be a sworn police officer in Ohio, one must successfully complete the Ohio Police Officer Training Academy (OPOTA). Tiffin University partners with Terra State Community College to include the cost of the academy in tuition and can be earned in just one semester.

This unique training academy is state mandated for all police officers and covers firearms, legal administration, human relations, traffic, patrol, driving, subject control, investigations, civil disorder, physical conditioning and other aspects of law enforcement.

Students apply direct, hands-on practice in the crime lab, firing range and police cruisers. With experienced, certified instructors and hands-on application, students consistently achieve passing rates on the state-certified exam.

Contact Detail:
Tiffin University
Admissions Office
155 Miami St.
Tiffin, OH 44883
Phone: (800) 968-6446 ext. 3423
Email: admiss@tiffin.edu

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