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Infrastructure Security Management, Advanced Certificate

Become a trained professional who can identify security concerns and develop effective responses to protect organizations’ vital facilities and infrastructures.

What You’ll Learn

Learn to use advanced technology for fire protection, crime prevention, and environmental monitoring through the Infrastructure Security Management Advanced Certificate.

Through a flexible curriculum, you’ll learn to ensure that critical systems, such as backup power, life safety equipment, and water infrastructure, are fully operational and in compliance with all regulatory requirements.


Career Options

  • Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Disaster Preparedness
  • Emergency Planning
  • Facilities Management
  • Homeland Security
  • Power Systems Security
  • Risk Assessment

Exceptional experiences.
Outstanding outcomes.

$100,820

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How You’ll Succeed

You’ll work directly with faculty who have industry expertise in facilities management, contingency planning, security systems, and risk assessment.

In just six courses, you’ll be prepared to analyze potential hazards, develop effective strategies, and apply security technologies in specific situations.

Some credits/courses taken in this certificate program can be applied to the Energy Management, M.S.

USNWR Top Performer for Social Mobility

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New York Tech is a Top Performer for Social Mobility among regional universities in the North.

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