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SMGT 4100 (4 credits)

Business Function of Security

This course will provide the student with an overview of security operations in a business environment. Students will be able to develop and integrate theory and principles common to the design and implementation of systems—broadly defined—for the protection of people and property in public, commercial and residential settings from loss associated with fire, casualty, disruption, and crime. Students will review the historical, theoretical, managerial, and technological bases for the fields associated with protection management: security management. Students will review security design issues and technologies applicable to structural and nonstructural environments. Students will examine alternative roles and structures for protection management in public, private, and independent sector organizations, and their relationships to law enforcement organizations.

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Sections: Winter Quarter 2024

CRN 4857
Online Asynchronous
Wincelowicz, Vincent (Vinnie)

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