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Security Management Degree - Bachelor of Science
The Security Management program from Bellevue University is offered in the accelerated, cohort-based format, concentrating on preparing individuals for security and managerial positions in both the private and public sectors. It is designed with a focus on five general areas of expertise considered to be critical to management and the security field: Principles of Homeland Security, Personnel Management, Organizational Interaction, Infrastructure Security and Threat Assessment, and Communication Skills.
Within each of these respective areas are developed learning outcomes according to which students who graduate will be expected and be able to analyze and apply basic security theories to Homeland Security policies and activities, prepare, manage, and critique personnel involved in emergency response situations, compare and integrate organizational standard operating procedures (SOPs), analyze and construct risk analyses and threat assessment reports, and appraise and produce emergency response plans.
This bachelor completion program requires 127 total credits. Must have associate’s degree or 60 semester hours for transfer; with a “C-“ or higher. Official documentation of high school completion. Official transcripts from accredited higher education institutions previously attended.
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North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Bellevue University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCACS).
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