UW-Stout’s polytechnic approach to learning is a balance of career-focused and liberal arts content designed to help leadership and management in the hospitality industry pdf be ready for change and grow personally and professionally. UW-Stout’s School of Hospitality Leadership gives students an expansive educational experience that prepares them for leadership and management opportunities in the fast-paced and cutting edge world of the hospitality industry. The University of Wisconsin-Stout School of Hospitality Leadership offers students a world class education focused on professionalism, leadership and service.
Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management Mission statement supports and aligns with the mission statements for the College of Management and the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Our students gain real world experience while going to school. Externships, or field experiences, are a required part of the curriculum. Students learn on-the-job while working at least 320 hours for leading hospitality companies throughout the United States. These externships are often life-changing for students and give them a competitive advantage upon graduation. Choose degree programs, level and field of study at University of Phoenix to see available programs.
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The AA in Criminal Justice Program is designed to address the needs of the Criminal justice and security occupations that require the breadth and depth of knowledge and a continually evolving set of physical, technological, cognitive, and interpersonal skills to navigate a rapidly changing environment. The program is designed to accommodate those requiring basic knowledge, as well as individuals seeking a comprehensive understanding of the field. Specifically, the program prepares graduates to employ current security, management, and leadership theories and evidence-based practices to: Conduct and apply threat assessments and risk analysis, manage integrated physical security systems and the appropriate identification, implementation and ongoing evaluation of security measures. Manage corporate investigations through applied investigative interviewing methodologies, case management, evidence collection and preparation of reports and testimony to substantiate findings.
Apply security practices that enhance the corporate business model and function through workplace safety, loss prevention strategies, ethical applications and corporate communication skills. The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration is to provide students with a strong foundation in criminal justice principles, concepts, and theories, as well as a practice orientation to justice administration. The degree offers a global perspective, as well as specialty coursework in criminal justice services. Students will receive core instruction in criminal justice as it is represented in the domains of law enforcement, criminal courts, and corrections then advance to emphasis courses within the broad domains of criminal justice. The Bachelor of Science in Public Administration program develops skills necessary for a career in government policy, organization and management at the local, federal, and state level, and in nonprofit administration. The program topics include: administrative management, civic leadership, business and governmental law, risk management, ethics, public programs, human resources, and public finance and budgeting.
University of Phoenix Mission and Purpose is to academically prepare students from diverse backgrounds for positions as private industry security practitioners. Students actively participating in the BSSM program will receive core instruction which is aligned to private security industry standards relating to business operations and continuity, client relations, corporate security management methodologies, critical incident response, investigative techniques, laws and regulations, private security practices, personnel management, security technology. Students actively participating in the BSSEC program will receive core instruction which is aligned to private security industry standards relating to business operations and continuity, client relations, corporate security management methodologies, critical incident response, investigative techniques, laws and regulations, private security practices, personnel management, security technology. Administration of Justice and Security degree program is to provide criminal justice practitioners, pre-service students and second career students with administrative skills required in both public and private sector criminal justice organizations. While distinctions between the roles of justice and security organizations are understood, the degree emphasizes an understanding of administrative responsibilities common to both disciplines. Consistent with the University of Phoenix Mission Statement, and focuses on organizational productivity, leadership, and providing quality service in criminal justice organizations and the community are stressed. The degree provides students with administrative program and policy development and problem solving skills that blend industry theory with best practices and practical application.