The Bachelor of Security Management is aimed at people who work in the security services industry.
The aim of the course is to train specialists and managers in the field of security management, who are able to carry out high-level activities in companies in the security industry on the basis of scientific, business management and security-related study contents.
|Security in State and Society|
|Mathematics and Statistics|
|Basics of Business Administration|
|Financing and Investment|
|Basics of Law|
|Corporate Security I|
|Crime and Hazard Defense I|
|Personnel & Organisation|
|Controlling & Treasury|
|Crime and Hazard Defense II|
|Industrial Safety, Fire and Environmental Protection|
|Risk and Crisis Management I|
|Principles of Action in Risk and Security Management|
|Traffic and Transport Safety|
|Communication and Interaction I|
|Risk and Crisis Management II|
|Internship I (Crediting possible)|
|Internship II (Crediting possible)|
|Prevention and Security Culture|
|Logistics and Critical Infrastructures|
|Communication and Interaction II|
|Management Techniques and Skills|
|Crime and Law|
|Quality and Project Management|
As a rule, the activities or fields of employment of graduates of the "Security Management B.A." course of study are distributed among the following areas of responsibility:
Part-time to the university degree. Clear advantages of part-time studies:
If additional qualifications (specific further education and training) can be held, these can be checked and, if necessary, recognised on application in individual cases.
Application Bachelor Security Management
Applications are accepted all year round. The application deadline for the start in March 2021 is 15 Jan 2021. If you have missed the deadline, Peter Apfelbeck will be happy to provide you with information about available places.
Apply online via the Primuss application portal of the University of Applied Sciences for part-time degree programmes with the following documents:
We will contact you immediately after we have checked your documents.