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(SST) Security Systems Technology

SST 200 - Physical Security Product Technologies (3 credits)
Prerequisites: NET 103 and NET 104 or equivalent experience
Addresses the operation and integration of physical security products and technologies including IP-based video surveillance equipment, analytics software, and physical security information management (PSIM), how to satisfy the needs of end user customers by reducing operating costs, and how these technologies keep assets safe around the world. 2 lecture/2 laboratory hours
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SST 210 - Security Project Management (3 credits)
Prerequisite: SST 200
Examines the role of the security project manager, including the concepts and tools of professional project management. Topics include managing costs, assuring quality, and controlling all aspects of projects throughout the lifecycle, plus fundamental factors affecting a given project, such as stakeholder influence, cash flow, and risk management. 2 lecture/2 laboratory hours
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SST 220 - Systems Integration: A Business Blueprint (3 credits)
Prerequisite: SST 200
Students learn to build a security solution which combines equipment, engineering and service, analyze the attributes of products and services, assess customer needs, align organizational strategy to leverage the most powerful features and strengths of products and services, and create a system to meet a client need or solve a client problem. 2 lecture/2 laboratory hours
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SST 230 - Security Sales: The Consultative Approach (3 credits)
Prerequisite: SST 200
An introduction to the sales process, focusing on security solutions. Students learn how to organize the sales effort; assess customer needs and present security solutions; organize constituencies to develop, design, and implement security systems solutions; assess return on security investment; manage the customer experience; and maintain consultative, profitable customer relationships. 2 lecture/2 laboratory hours
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