Your Qualification in Security Management
Why Security Management?
Understanding the security threats posed on a local, national and global level is key for a number of organisations and workplaces. Increased use of technology in modern society leaves an unprepared business vulnerable, and the risk for terrorist incidents must be mitigated.
Our postgraduate course in Security Management is designed to meet this challenge, enabling participants and organisations the opportunity to grasp the issues pertaining to security management, counter-terrorism and intelligence, and law enforcement. 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.
- When: 14 September 2020
- Where: Delivered online via Liverpool John Moores University
- Duration: 11-28 months dependent on the route chosen
Training in security management from real practitioners is important, as it allows you to best implement the strategies you learn to real-world scenarios. During your postgraduate study, you will be using case studies to tackle a wide range of current security issues in the workplace. Discover the impact of globalisation on security management and the importance of security managers to states and organisations.
Who studies the MSc in Security Management?
The course 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 prior academic qualification and are looking to enhance their career prospects through higher education.
7 Modules Available
The course syllabus is designed to provide a deep insight into security management, and its role in preventing global crime, terrorism, and money laundering.
- Security Studies
- Security Management
- International Financial Crime and Security
- Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism
- Intelligence Analysis
- Contemporary Issues in Crime, Safety and Security
- Security Management Dissertation
Choosing your level of study
The course is available at Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma, and Master of Science level. Those studying the PGCert will take the first three modules, whereas PGDip students will take the first six modules. Those choosing to study the course at MSc level have the opportunity to complete a dissertation on a topic of interest, allowing students to engage in an industry-focused research project to apply their knowledge and skills to their own career aspirations.
Learn online with the support of industry experts
During your study, you will have access to the faculty at Liverpool John Moores University. Learn from experienced counter-terrorism professionals, academics, and subject experts, including Professor Mick Creedon, Dr Rex Li, Dr Daniel Silverstone and Dr Helen Selby-Fell.
This is a Liverpool John Moores University programme and qualification, with enrolment and delivery administered by Informa Connect. The course is taught, assessed, quality assured and awarded by Liverpool John Moores University.
About Liverpool John Moores University
The Liverpool Mechanics Institute was founded by people of power and influence who recognised the transformative effects of education and the impact that learning and aspiration could have on individuals, communities and society. It was the first such institution to be founded in England.
This small, pioneering movement was followed by the establishment of the Liverpool Institute and School of Art and the Liverpool Nautical College, and in 1900 Irene Mabel Marsh opened the IM Marsh campus. These organisations together laid the foundations for Liverpool John Moores University, an institution that has grown and flourished and continues to provide opportunities for all.
Today, with a vibrant community of 25,000 students from over 100 countries worldwide, 2,500 staff and 250-degree courses, Liverpool John Moores University is one of the largest, most dynamic and forward-thinking universities in the UK.
The Security Studies programme is delivered by the Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies at Liverpool John Moores University. The university combines professionally recognised qualifications with innovative and socially orientated courses. The centre has an outstanding reputation for research, with academic staff contributing regularly to industry journals, advisory groups, governmental policy, as well as gaining regular public exposure through the press and broadcast media.
About the Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies
Established in 2015, the Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies (LCAPS) has a wealth of professional, practical and academic experience. LCAPS uses this experience to conduct research and provide training within the fields of policing, crime prevention and allied security professions.
The Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies brings together research-active staff from across the University.
LCAPS' interdisciplinary learning portfolio equips students and practitioners with the skills they need to respond to the complex demands of contemporary policing.
The Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies' portfolio of taught degrees is expanding and LCAPS will soon offer one of the most comprehensive portfolios of academic policing programmes.
|Degree||Until 15th May 2020||After 15th May 2020|
|Postgraduate Certificate:||£3,150 / US$3,950||£3,495 / US$4,370|
|Postgraduate Diploma:||£5,950 / US$7,450||£6,595 / US$8,245|
|Masters:||£8,850 / US$11,065||£9,795 / US$12,245|