The mission of the Critical Incident Response certificate is to academically prepare students from diverse backgrounds for positions as private industry security practitioners. Students actively participating in the Critical Incident Response certificate program will receive core instruction to: Introduce Security Management business and security issues, including the role of the Chief Security Officer. Review the facilities of physical security measures, including active and passive protection systems. Review personal security measures including employee, general public and VIP protection systems and methods. Address global socioeconomic, political, and environmental security issues as well as an introduction to the US State Department International Traffic in Arms Regulation and the US Commerce Department Export Administration Regulations on global business operations. Address domestic and international terrorism and its impact on corporate security operations as well as national security interest and its impact on international operations.
Gone are the days where you could go to a doctor and get a script to buy steroids from a pharmacy, due to steroids being abused by athletes and bodybuilders they are now illegal. The only way to buy steroids now is on the black market, either from a dealer or from an online source. When steroids were legal and were purchased from a pharmacy, the only steroids you could get were pharmaceutical grade which were extremely high quality and worked far better than the “underground” stuff. Today pharmaceutical steroids are harder to get hold of and cost a lot more, for this reason many people opt for black market steroids which usually are lower quality and can cause infections due to them being produced in an non-sterile environment. Only injectable steroids need to cause concern when purchased from an underground lab, oral steroids don’t need to be produced in a sterile environment.
As regards the functional courses, some programs treat the curricula here in two parts: the first course provides an overview, while the second revisits the subject in depth (perhaps as specializations); alternatively, the first addresses short-term, tactical problems, while the second addresses long-term, strategic problems (., "Financial Management I" might cover working capital management , while part II covers capital investment decisions ). Note that courses here, although technical in content are, ultimately, oriented toward corporate management. (For example, the principal finance course may cover the technicalities of financial instrument valuation and capital raising , but is in fact focused on managerial- and corporate finance .) Technically-oriented courses, if offered, will be via a specialization. An Information systems / technology course is increasingly included as a core functional course rather than an elective. Ethics training is often delivered with coursework in corporate social responsibility and corporate governance.