Understanding the security threats posed on a local, national and global level is key for a number of organisations and workplaces. An increased use of technology in modern society leaves an unprepared business vulnerable, and the risk for terrorist incidents must be mitigated.
Learn how different security strategies are designed and implemented on a practical and theoretical level via distance learning to best understand the importance of security management.
The postgraduate course in Security Management at Liverpool John Moores University is perfect for those looking for or currently employed in a full-time career in security management, including the armed forces, risk management, private security, business continuity managers, homeland security, financial crime officers, and more. It is also well suited for professionals with a wealth of experience in the security industries who lack a prior academic qualification and are looking to enhance their career prospects though higher education.
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This is an online programme. You can attend from the comfort of your chair! So you don't need a student visa!
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