Henley-Putnam University offers a unique focus for law enforcement professionals who want to pursue or enhance their career in Strategic Security. Our intelligence, terrorism, and security management courses are developed by professionals with actual field experience in agencies such as the Secret Service, DEA, DHS, and in local, state, and federal law enforcement. Our programs enable you to be better equipped for the current threat environment, whether you are seeking homeland security training, security management courses, or a protection degree within a global security program. We work to ensure that you, our students, get the best possible education in Strategic Security to begin or advance your career in law enforcement.
Henley-Putnam offers students a full-range of core subjects and electives including Hostage Negotiation/Hostage Survival, Advanced Vehicular Security, and Bomb Threat Management. While you might find these courses in traditional criminal justice degree programs and security training schools, Henley-Putnam also offers courses in: Underground Economies, Counterterrorism Analysis, as well as Cyberterrorism, Cyberwarfare, and Cybercrime.
There are many types of law enforcement training available to those committed to enhancing our communities and protecting our way of life. While you benefit from police academy training or criminal justice degree programs, Henley-Putnam University’s exclusive focus in the strategic security arena among other security training schools provides you with an invaluable opportunity to stand out from among your peers and gain a competitive edge by studying within a global security program.
Note: Henley-Putnam University may award credit based on American Council on Education (ACE) or Program On Noncollegiate Sponsored Instruction (PONSI) credit recommendations for military training and other occupational experience as it applies to the degree program. Also included in credit evaluation are Advanced Placement Examinations, College Level Examination Program General Examinations (CLEP), and DANTES Subject Standardized Tests. In addition credit for experiential learning may be awarded for learning that is measurable and satisfies the objectives of the course in lieu of which the credit is awarded. Contact your Admissions team for more information.