Criminal Justice-COAS | Private Security
P300 | 1613 | Walton


Course Description:

	This course introduces the student to security issues facing
the administrator in private industry.  Issues will be identified,
and examined and solutions will be presented for discussion through
student inquiry and participation. Students will be expected to
conduct independent research on current security concerns facing
private industry.  Guest speakers will provide discussion on the
academic and operational links of subject matter covered in this
course.

Examinations:

	There are two quizzes, a paper and the final examination.
The 2 quizzes and the paper are worth 20 pts each (total of 60 pts).
The final exam is worth 40 points. The final exam is scheduled by
the University and will be given Tuesday May 6th.

	Grades will be computed on total points earned and curved
according to the following standards or a class curve whichever is
lower:

			A  = 92/100%
			B = 84/91
			C = 75/83
			D = 68/74
			F =  0/67

	No make up, early or late examinations are given except in
the most dire of circumstances.  If you are going to miss an exam, I
must have prior notice.  Insofar as possible examinations are
objective in nature i.e., true false and short answer.  Missed exams
are scored as zero.

Class meeting:  MW, 11:15-12:30, BH 242

Instructor:  Professor J. Branch Walton, criminal justice department