Security Administration, BCJ
The Security Administration major is interdisciplinary in nature, emphasizing practical issues and theoretical concepts related to security, safety, fire, crime prevention, investigations, law enforcement and the social sciences. This program is designed to prepare students for professional and managerial employment in security, investigations, loss prevention, and risk management positions in business, industry, government agencies and non-profit organizations. This program is designed for both personnel already employed in criminal justice and pre-service students interested in careers in security.
Additional Student Outcomes
In addition to the core criminal justice program student learning outcomes, students who graduate with a security administration major are expected to be able to:
- Analyze crime control and prevention theories that are relevant to the security administration industry.
- Identify and describe key historical developments in security administration in the U.S. and how current policy and practice is informed by those developments.
- Demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills to adapt to the needs of the security administration industry.
|CJ 100||Crime & Justice in America||3|
|CJ 130||Public & Private Security||3|
|CJ 220||Criminal Justice Communications||3|
|CJ 303||Diversity in American Culture||3|
|CJ 325||Applied Criminology||3|
|CJ 340||Crime Prevention||3|
|CJ 382||Security Technologies||3|
|CJ 400||Criminal Justice Research Methods||3|
|CJ 425||White Collar Crime||3|
|CJ 364||Homeland Security||3|
|CJ 455||Criminal Justice Administration||3|
|CJ 485||Internship in Criminal Justice||6|
|LG 345||Criminal Law||3|