Whether you’re looking to be more competitive in the job market, start college online before transferring, or get ahead in your current career, Ivy Bridge’s academic programs provide you with the knowledge and experience you need to make your next step in life a successful one.
While attending Ivy Bridge, you’ll work one-on-one with expert faculty who are professionals in their fields, learn critical thinking and communication skills you can apply to any career, and enjoy enriching online courses that promote collaboration and meaningful interactions with your fellow students.
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Earn a respected degree from Tiffin University
Because Tiffin is the parent school of Ivy Bridge College, Ivy Bridge graduates receive a regionally-accredited and nationally recognized degree from Tiffin University. You’ll enjoy taking courses through Ivy Bridge’s innovative online programs while knowing that your degree comes from a private university that’s been serving students since 1888. Learn more about Tiffin University>
Learn from expert faculty members
Ivy Bridge faculty members have achieved graduate degrees in their subject areas and most have either outstanding academic or professional experience in the subjects that they teach. Instructors stay up-to-date on advancements in their respective fields and are ready to share their experience with you. Meet some of Ivy Bridge's faculty>
Benefit from small classes and personal attention
At Ivy Bridge College you’ll enjoy taking your classes in a close-knit college community with small class sizes and plenty of personal attention from faculty and staff. Classes have an average of 20 to 25 students, and faculty members are readily available during weekly office hours, and over email and online chat. Learn more about online courses>
Enjoy a program focused on transfer
As the online branch of Tiffin University that specializes in two to four-year college transfer, Ivy Bridge offers a general education experience like no other. Our associate degree programs are carefully designed to easily transfer to most universities and our success coaches are ready to help you navigate the process when the time comes. Learn more about transfer at Ivy Bridge College>
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Ivy Bridge College of Tiffin University offers associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees that focus on a variety of professional fields. Like all programs of study offered by Tiffin University, Ivy Bridge College curriculum is designed to give you the professional development and academic foundation you need to succeed. You’ll enjoy learning from a diverse group of expert faculty members who care about your success and are eager to help you in your courses.
Tiffin University’s School of Arts and Sciences provides the foundation for all of the academic programs at Tiffin University. As a student in Ivy Bridge’s arts program you’ll take classes in English and writing that help you communicate clearly and accurately. And your coursework in both math and literature will help you think in an orderly manner while appreciating a variety of perspectives.
Tiffin University’s nationally renowned School of Criminal Justice and Social Sciences is one of the fastest growing and most highly touted of its kind in the nation. In Ivy Bridge College’s Associate of Criminal Justice program, you’ll take online courses that feature Tiffin’s strong emphasis on professional practice guided by academic theory. And in addition to the general criminal justice foundation you can put to use in a variety of careers, you’ll also choose from three areas of emphasis that allow you to further specialize your degree in corrections, homeland security, or law enforcement.
Tiffin University’s School of Business has a long history of excellence and is one of the few schools in the nation to earn specialized business accreditation from the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs. As part of Ivy Bridge College’s Associate of Business Administration program you’ll develop the communication, technical, analytical, and critical thinking skills that today’s successful organizations need to compete in a global environment. You’ll gain a solid background in general business principles then choose to specialize in one of five areas of emphasis that include accounting, business, computer and information systems, healthcare administration, and sports and recreation management.
Ivy Bridge College of Tiffin University’s Bachelor of Professional Studies is designed for students who already have an associate degree and would like to complete their general education core to earn a bachelor’s degree.
Ivy Bridge College of Tiffin University’s Master of Education (MEd) program is designed for current PreK–12 teachers who would like to expand their skills or develop a deeper knowledge of the foundational principles of classroom instruction. As part of the education program you'll earn an MEd in Education with a classroom teaching concentration.
At Ivy Bridge College of Tiffin University, we pride ourselves on educating students to become successful in their future careers or academic programs. As a student at Ivy Bridge you’ll develop specific intellectual abilities such as writing, speaking, quantitative reasoning, technical proficiency, critical thinking, and career readiness that are integrated into all of your classes and assignments.
To ensure that you receive a full education, Ivy Bridge’s degree programs include courses from three key areas—the knowledge skills core, your academic major coursework, and open electives.
Knowledge Skills Core
A sound educational experience begins with developing the connected abilities of understanding and communicating. Some of the most important abilities you’ll master at Ivy Bridge College are how to write and speak with clarity and to read and listen with comprehension and a critical spirit. The complexity of today’s advanced technologies, increased emphasis on communication, and the necessity of being able to think logically, critically, and analytically make acquiring both verbal and quantitative skills an important aspect of any education. The courses in the knowledge skills core present you with the liberal arts and general education you need to develop these important skills you can put to use in any professional field.
Academic Major Coursework
Choosing a professional major as an area of emphasis provides you with the opportunity to study an interest or specialization in depth. While enrolled in Ivy Bridge’s associate degree programs, you’ll choose an area of emphasis and begin taking sophomore-level courses in that major. By integrating your major area of study into your general education coursework, you’ll begin to see how your major relates to other disciplines and understand it within a larger social and ethical context.
In order to help and encourage you to explore interests that live outside of your area of emphasis, Ivy Bridge College’s degree programs also allow you to choose elective courses that work towards your degree. This broadens the scope of your knowledge to other fields and allows you to study topics and academic areas you may find useful in the future.
The Tiffin University Academic Bulletin includes important information about Ivy Bridge College’s degree programs and policies including course descriptions, degree requirements, code of conduct, and more.
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