sec220 | undergraduate
Critical Thinking In Security Management
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Critical Thinking Case Studies
- Construct a loss prevention and workplace safety program utilizing a risk, threat, and vulnerability matrix model.
- Research critical thinking methodologies.
- Illustrate how critical thinking concepts are applied to ethical situations occurring in the management of security personnel and programs.
Critical Thinking for Security Practitioners
- Examine how critical thinking relates to the security practitioner profession.
- Identify how the evaluation of choices influences the security practitionerâs decision-making processes.
- Explain how awareness and critical thinking skills can help to influence security and justice organizational practices.
Leadership & Management Theories
- Identify leadership and management theories.
- Distinguish between leadership and management theories.
- Describe how leadership and management theories are used in security and justice organizations.
Strategic Planning Mode
- Define strategic planning.
- Describe how strategic planning is used to prepare for interviews and investigations.
- Define analytical techniques.
- Determine how analytical techniques are used.
- Explain the influence of ethics and bias on the execution of analytical techniques.
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