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Paralegal & Security Technology

Security Services and Management - A.A.S.

The Security Services and Management (SMT) program prepares students for careers in law enforcement and in public and private security. One part of its curriculum focuses on the legal concepts and practices relating to criminal law and criminal investigation. Another part covers the development and implementation of security systems for public and private areas and facilities.

The Security Services and Management program includes the opportunity for students to prepare for and earn the New York State-mandated certificate that qualifies them to be licensed as a security guard.

There are career opportunities such as

  • Police and other law enforcement agencies
  • Financial institutions
  • Retail security
  • Public transportation
  • Hotels
  • Hospitals and health care facilities
  • Universities
  • Museums
  • Entertainment
  • Government agencies
  • Communications and other industries

Paralegal Studies - A.A.S.

Students learn how to read, analyze, and brief a court case, conduct legal research using specialized databases such as Westlaw and Lexis, write legal memoranda, understand an appellate oral argument, interview clients and analyze facts, assist in case management, and draft pleadings used in litigation.

Industrial Electronics Technology – Electronics Security Systems - A.A.S.

Our program in electronic security systems will prepare you for such exciting careers as:

  • Security technology technician
  • Electronics technician
  • Security sales technician
  • Security engineering assistant

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