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Professionals can further their loss prevention career by earning an advanced degree from Mississippi College. Upon completion of the program, graduates receive a Master of Social Science in Administration of Justice Loss Prevention.
In addition to a comprehensive basis in administration of justice, the Master’s of loss prevention program includes courses vital to advancing in a career in loss management. Employment opportunities for graduates of the program include:
30 hours, which includes 18 hours of a concentration and two 6 hour minor areas (not specified below).
Required: (12 hours) AJU Loss Prevention/Security Management Concentration
AJU 5405 Introduction to Loss Prevention
AJU 5406 Executive Management in Loss Prevention
AJU 5407 Private Security Law
AJU 5443 Introduction to Physical Security
Choose 6 hours from AJU Electives
AJU 5400 Police Rights and Responsibilities
AJU 5425 Human Relations and Police Work
AJU 5334 Deviant Behavior
AJU 5432 SI Kinetic Interview and Interrogation Tech
AJU 5432 SI Criminal Profiling
AJU 5432 SI Organized Crime
AJU 5432 SI White Collar Crime
AJU 6642 SI Intelligence Analysis
As a Christian university, our programs incorporate the fundamentals of faith. If you are a working adult with family and work responsibilities, our online loss prevention management programs are designed to accommodate hectic schedules.
If you are interested in earning your online loss prevention degree, contact Mississippi College today.
For students pursuing loss prevention careers, Mississippi College is your partner in success. Our comprehensive career services can help you get the most out of your career advising experience.
Those interested in protecting life and property and/or enforcing the law can pursue a loss prevention career path, whether as an independent consultant or in-house in government or the private sector.
Loss prevention jobs can allow you to work in a variety of settings, both in government and private industry, in positions that can include the following:
The current outlook for loss prevention management jobs shows an average loss prevention salary range of $59,790 to $105,470.
For more loss prevention management career information, visit our Career Services department.