This course will identify emergency practices for critical incident responses such as natural disasters, man-made disasters, bomb threats, strikes, and terrorism. It will also examine specific concepts in relation to emergency response including: mutual aid associations, disaster recovery, public relations and warning, and alert systems.
Asset Protection/Loss Prevention Certificate (Undergraduate)
The mission of the Asset Protection/Loss Prevention Certificate is to academically prepare students from diverse backgrounds for positions as security practitioners. Students participating in the program will receive core instruction that is aligned to security industry standards relating to emergency management and response, global and national threats, critical thinking in security management, homeland security and public safety, loss prevention and asset protection, as well as cyber-security fundamentals.
The mission of the Asset Protection Loss Prevention certificate is to develop critical thinking, creative decision-making, and management capabilities of public and private industry security practitioners that will enable professional success. Specifically, the program prepares graduates to employ current security, management, and leadership theories and evidence-based practices to: Introduce the development of emergency response plan including risk assessments Introduce processes that facilitate an enhanced understanding of global and national security implications, as well as procedures to mitigate potential risks. Develop critical thinking skills that facilitate improved security management decision making. Introduce the theoretical underpinnings of homeland security risk management and presents principles and practices that support public safety programs. Introduce the practice of avoidance, minimization, or elimination of unacceptable risks to an enterprise, including loss prevention.
Asset Protection/Loss Prevention Certificate (Undergraduate) requires a minimum of 18 credits, which may come from a combination of required and elective courses.
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Our curriculum is designed to help you prepare for the competitive job market with relevant knowledge and in-demand skills. This program will include the following courses: