with a degree in loss prevention. Take a night class at Macomb Community College this semester. Great jobs are available in loss prevention careers!
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The course is part of NMU's bachelor of science degree in loss prevention management - an online program, but with an on-campus presence at Macomb to introduce students to this exciting field.
- Loss prevention agents work in a variety of settings, including retail stores and corporate headquarters. Median pay is $74,694
- The course is taught by John Schuler, senior investigator with Target's Investigations Team, with expertise in organized retail crime, identity theft and financial crimes.
- NMU can accept up to 92 transfer credits towards your bachelor's degree.
- The degree includes 24 credits of core LP courses and 16 credits of LP electives, which can be taken online.
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The instructor for this class is John Schuler, a senior investigator with Target’s Investigations Team. Schuler is a graduate of NMU’s loss prevention management program and has expertise in organized retail crime, identity theft and financial crimes. For nine years, he was a member of the Detroit Metro Identity Theft Task Force. He is currently president of the Michigan Chapter of the International Association of Financial Crime Investigators.
"When I found out that my prior college credits would be transferable to NMU, it motivated me to take the challenge and pursue the BS degree. The courses covered prepare students to take on a loss prevention position at any retail company, as they cover all the elements necessary to do the job. Learning more about the legal aspects in LP has been especially beneficial to me, even after 19 years in the field." -Damaris Colon, Limited Brands Regional Loss Prevention Manager and NMU Senior