Security management has become an increasingly important issue in organisations, with many now employing specialists to protect their people, assets, information and reputation from risks such as crime, fraud, accidents and protesters. This course is therefore designed to meet this increased need for enhanced professionalism.
The course can be studied through campus-based learning or through a combination of distance learning and block teaching.
What will i experience?
Develop your knowledge and skills to meet new guidelines and regulations Improve your career prospects for employment or promotion
What opportunities might it lead to?
Who should attend the course?
Graduates seeking a specialist qualification to secure a job in security Security and fraud risk professionals holding a good honours degree Policy-makers with a responsibility for security with a good honours degree
Research Methods and Research Management (Campus Teaching and Distance Learning) 15,000-word Dissertation
Two options from:
Investigation and Psychology (Campus Teaching and Distance Learning) Countering Fraud and Corruption (Campus Teaching and Distance Learning) International and Transnational Offending (Distance Learning) International Fraud and Corruption (Campus Teaching and Distance Learning) Managing Justice and Security Organisations (Distance Learning)
Please note that all options are subject to minimum student numbers and may not all be available. In addition, the course structure may vary from year to year. However, course content and learning opportunities will not be diminished by this.
This mode is delivered by a combination of campus-based intensive teaching, distance learning and the latest e-resources. You will need to attend on campus for the teaching of the following core units:
Security Management Crisis Management and Governance (optional unit) Cybercrime, Security and Risk Management (optional unit)
Assessment will be based upon a range of written assignments including essays, reports, a presentation, a dissertation proposal and a dissertation of 15,000 words.
Risks and new regulation have increased the needs for enhanced professionalism in the field. This course is designed to help those working in the field to gain the relevant skills and knowledge to meet these needs. It may also be followed by those wishing to enter employment in this sector.
A good honours degree in a relevant subject, or equivalent professional experience and/or qualifications.English language proficiency at a minimum of IELTS band 6.5. Distance learning applicants require a minimum score of 6.0 in Reading and Writing components.
Recipient: University of Portsmouth
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