The University’s Security Management NanoCert® programs provide a broad understanding of major security threats affecting government, public, and private organizations and entities.

This graduate NanoCert may be of interest to those who wish to pursue a future graduate degree.

The University’s Security Management NanoCerts provide government and security professionals and those in the military with an opportunity to advance their knowledge of measures to protect public and private safety.

NOTE: Completion of this program does not award any professional certifications but can be applied toward graduate coursework ultimately leading to a master’s degree.

NanoCert Objectives

After successfully completing this NanoCert, the student will be able to:

  • Compare and contrast the functions of a manager and a leader.
  • Evaluate a solution that requires use of cross-functional collaboration or crisis leadership.
  • Synthesize an ability to use proven methods, concepts, and theories to develop unique solutions to problems associated with rapidly changing social, economic, and technological situations.
  • Examine new paradigms of the art of management and the security director/Chief Security Officer (CSO).

NanoCert Requirements (9 semester hours)

SCMT511Chief Security Officer Fundamentals3
SCMT510Security Management Ethics3
SCMT553Security Program Administration3
Total Semester Hours9