Today, we depend on trained professionals to identify security concerns and to develop effective response strategies to protect facilities and infrastructures. These individuals use advanced technology for fire protection, crime prevention, and environmental monitoring. They ensure that critical systems, such as back-up power, life safety equipment, and water infrastructure are fully operational and in compliance with all regulatory requirements. This 18-credit Advanced Certificate in Facility and Infrastructure Security includes coursework in facilities management, contingency planning, security systems technology, and environmental risk assessment.
Choose (6) courses from the following:
Prerequisite: A bachelor's degree is required for admission into this certificate program. A management or engineering background is desirable but not required. The curriculum covers security systems and issues from a management perspective.
The Infrastructure Security Management cerftificate courses are offered by the departments of Environmental Technology and Energy Management. The M.S. in Environmental Technology and the M.S. in Energy Management each offer a Concentration in Facility and Infrastructure Security.
Robert N. Amundsen, Ph.D.
Director, Energy Management
School of Engineering and Computing Sciences
Harry Schure Hall, Room 226C
1855 Broadwayst St., Room 810B
701 W. Georgia St., Suite 1700
c/o NUPT, 66 Xin Mofan Malu
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