Undergraduate Course Catalog 2005-2006
COURSE: 81-425 Safety and Risk Analysis (3)
A substantial portion of the criminal environment exists in corporate America. The need for experts in the security/loss prevention field is ever increasing as corporate business people find that, when confronted with criminal act, the lack of expertise in the field results in errors or omissions. This course is designed to examine the specific areas of knowledge and skill needed by the crime prevention practitioner. The ability to design cost effective crime risk management systems is paramount. A growing concern for industrial/commercial safety has been evident since the late 1960s. This course discusses historical safety efforts in American history. This course meets the advanced writing proficiency requirement.