Security administration schools in District of Columbia prepare students for positions in private corporate security firms. Privatized security has grown tremendously over the last 20 years due to increased security threats to organizations. This particular major combines leadership, business and management courses with security courses. The goal for the graduate is to assume a management position within a security firm or work as a security administrator for a non-security organization. Many of the programs award two-year associate’s and four-year bachelor’s degrees upon completion. In addition to general education courses such as English, mathematics, and communications, there are security classes that include security technology, criminal behavior, investigative techniques, and cyber security.
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