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Global Security and Terrorism Studies Certificate
Since the occurrence of the World Trade Center attack in 2001, the role of ensuring the security of personnel has come into the forefront for many leaders in America. Leaders in today's world are responsible not only for the security of their own personnel, but their entire organization and society as a whole. Fairleigh Dickinson University's Certificate in Global Security and Terrorism Studies is designed to enhance security skills by providing students with a greater understanding of the nature of the threat of domestic and transnational terrorism. The curriculum of the certificate provides a balance of courses employing action steps that organizational managers can take to enhance their security capabilities.
The Global Security and Terrorism Studies Certificate consists of 18 credit-hours which are earned through six chosen courses. Some of these courses include Emergency Management and Safety Administration, Community Threat Assessment and Risk Analysis, Global Preparedness for Catastrophic Emergencies, and Disaster Recovery and Organizational Continuity. All courses required for this certificate can be completed entirely online. This delivery format allows a great deal of convenience to students, who can complete coursework after taking care of important family, job, and community responsibilities. Fairleigh Dickinson University's Global Security and Terrorism Studies Certificate is ideal for those who wish to increase their skills and knowledge on the topic of security.
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