SEC 366 Managing the Security Organization

This course addresses the diverse issues affecting today’s security professional and provides a guide to the improvement of leadership, supervisory and training skills. The course will provide knowledge regarding the core and specialized activities within the security organization, their interrelationships, as well as how and why various security functions are organized. Students will learn to use their knowledge of security organization management both in discussion and in providing protection for specific assets and activities. They will also be able to assess their own core competencies and interest in leading a security organization.

The course learning outcomes that you will demonstrate upon completion of this course are as follows:

Identify through research key documents and lectures on managing the security organization.

Demonstrate how technology has impacted training programs.

Explain how documents on the information age were so influential on security practices and apply that information to security settings.

Examine workplace violence from a leadership perspective; develop a security organization with traditional concerns.

Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate in the formats required for the course.

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