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CRIM.3120 Security Management (Formerly 44.312)

Id: 005375 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


Addresses the basic interdisciplinary principles of security management including planning, budgeting, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling. This course will also cover marketing security services to management, risk management, civil and criminal liability, and labor relations. Each aspect of the course is designed to prepare security managers to face the new challenges as broader and more cost-effective protection is required with fewer resources. The course will also bring about greater awareness and understanding of the various options available in security and loss control. It will identify a number of risk areas and outline various deterrent and preventative methods.


Pre-Req: CRIM 1110 Industrial Security or CRIM 1150 Intro to Homeland Security; CJ majors.

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