Continuing Education

Henley-Putnam Continuing Education welcomes all adult members of the community—working, transitioning, retired, or somewhere in between. The Henley-Putnam Continuing Education Program requires students to hold a high school diploma or its equivalent. All courses in the Continuing Education Program are not for credit and are not accredited. Students are not matriculated Henley-Putnam University students, and not all University privileges apply to Continuing Education students. The University reserves the right, at its discretion, to withhold registration from, or require withdrawal from the program of, any student or applicant.

Cost:

$1,251

Length:

10 weeks

Description:

This course focuses on understanding how analytical platforms can be used to assist law enforcement. You will become familiar with the capabilities of a wide variety of analytical platforms as well as utilizing select platforms to ingest data and conduct complex analysis and product creation. This course is designed to promote educational outcomes expected at the undergraduate level. Students will learn to identify how technology is used in the intelligence space, identify the capabilities of Analyst Notebook as an analytic tool, utilize Google earth to view and analyze data, explain the capabilities of Enterprise Insight Analysis (EIA) and integrate technology into intelligence products.

Learning outcomes:

Conduct analytical research on technologies and their applications to intelligence analysis.

Identify particular threats and risks when using technology in intelligence analysis.

Understand and apply technologies to intelligence analysis

Understand and apply technologies to intelligence analysis

Understand ethical principles when using technologies applied to intelligence analysis

Understand ethical principles when using technologies applied to intelligence analysis

Integrate technology assisted analytics into well-reasoned and researched intelligence products

Cost:

$1,251

Length:

10 weeks

Description:

This course focuses on understanding how analytical platforms can be used to assist the intelligence, law enforcement, corporate, or government analyst. You will become familiar with the capabilities of a wide variety of analytical techniques as well as utilizing select techniques to ingest data and conduct complex analysis and product creation. This course is designed to promote educational outcomes expected at the undergraduate level.

Learning outcomes:

Conduct research on critical thinking, ethics, and structured analytic techniques.

Identify particular threats and risks to logic and analysis.

Understand and apply structured analytic techniques.

Understand ethical principles.

Present well-reasoned and researched findings.