The MPS in Security Management provides students with the practical skills required to protect businesses and corporations from terrorism, criminal acts, and disasters.
The School of Professional Advancement awards the MPS in Security Management following the successful completion of eleven graduate courses, including a capstone. The program's nine core courses encompass various security sector topics including: emergency and risk management; threat assessment; cyber threats and homeland security; corporate security; and financial security. Elective course options include intelligence analysis and critical thinking, homeland security and approaches to counter-terrorism, and disaster communications. The program concludes with a capstone project that synthesizes the full range of knowledge, skills, and abilities students developed over the entirety of the program. Students will create a security proposal for a business or local government sector entity. No thesis is required.
|SECM 6001||Physical Protection Systems||3|
|SECM 6002||Intro to Emergency Management||3|
|SECM 6003||Risk Mgt & Threat Assessment||3|
|SECM 6004||Business Continuity||3|
|SECM 6005||Corporate Security||3|
|SECM 6006||Financial Institution Security||3|
|SECM 6007||Cyber Threats and Homeland Sec||3|
|SECM 6008||Sport/Event Security and Respo||3|
|SECM 6009||Leadership in Security Mgt||3|
|SECM 7001||Intelligence Anlys and Critica||3|
|or SECM 7002||Approaches- Counter Terrorism|
|or SECM 7003||Disaster Communications|
|Total Credit Hours||33|