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Strategic Security & Protection Management

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Core Requirements

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SEC 320 Foundations of Security

HIST 375 History of Executive/Dignitary Protection

PRO 494 Essentials of Executive Protection

PRO 466 Advance Work

MGT 344 Protective Security Law

ENG 340 Effective Report Writing

SOC 385 Etiquette & Rapport

PHIL 400 Ethics

SEC 366 Managing the Security Organization

TCT 390 Foundations of Terrorism


INT 415 Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Weapons


Area of Emphasis

(select 3 areas)

Extremist and Terrorist Groups

TCT 410 Right Wing Terrorism

TCT 430 Etho/Nationalist Terrorism

TCT 440 Islamism and Terrorism

Counterterrorism

INT 400 Counterintelligence

COM 401 Interviewing and Briefing/Debriefing

TCT 435 Terrorist Support Networks

Terrorist Operations

INT 320 Propaganda and Disinformation

ECN 400 Underground Economies

HIST 350 Strategy and Tactics

Terrorism and Society

TCT 306 Media and Terrorism

MGT 405 Consequence Management

PSY 420 Psychology of Fear (Prerequisite PSY 105 or equivalent)

Cyber/Information Security

INT 460 Clandestine and Secure Communications

SPCH 450 Communication Theory

MGT 360 Information Security

Collection Management

INT 320 Propaganda and Disinformation

COM 401 Interviewing and Briefing/Debriefing

INT 477 Collection Management

Counterintelligence

INT 360 World Intelligence Agencies

TCT 435 Terrorist Support Networks

INT 445 Operational Security

Counterterrorism Strategies

TCT 431 Counterterrorism

HIST 350 Strategy and Tactics

HIST 430 Religious Extremism

Intel Operations

INT 440 Technical Surveillance

INT 460 Clandestine and Secure Communications

SEC 452 Infiltration Techniques

Analysis

INT 410 Weapons Systems

ECN 400 Underground Economies

MATH 370 Fundamentals of Data Analysis

Protective Intelligence

INT 310 Fundamentals of Analysis

INT 315 Open Source Research

INT 476 Intelligence Collection

Threat Assessment

MGT 375 Workplace Violence, Workplace Security

COM 401 Interviewing and Briefing/Debriefing

PSY 310 Psychology of Violence (Prerequisite PSY 105 or equivalent)

Corporate Security

INT 440 Technical Surveillance

MGT 360 Information Security

MGT 380 Conflict Resolution

 

Protection Operations

SEC 486 Bomb Threat Management

SEC 326 Foundations of Vehicular Security

PRO 422 Building Security

 

Advanced Operations

PRO 430 Travel & Hospitals

PRO 432 Principal’s Office & Residence

PRO 433 Off-site Visits

 

“Companies have a need for individuals with practical experience. I see huge opportunity in corporate security, and chose the Master’s program at Henley-Putnam because the faculty are seasoned practitioners, not only academics. I’m a doer and need the practical perspective on protection management.”

-Stephanie Kimbrell, Air Force reservist

Bachelor’s of Science in Strategic Security and Protection Management

The strategic security and protection management degree program introduces the student to the concepts of protection management.  While earning a security management degree, the student will understand protection management encompasses many areas, including threat assessment, workplace violence, cyber security, corporate security, intelligence gathering and intelligence analysis. The bachelors in protection management degree students will learn aspects of intelligence, terrorism and protection, as well as the basics of security operations and report writing throughout their security management courses. Bachelors in protection management students will also have the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of electives and security management degree courses, including threat assessment courses, corporate security courses, or physical security courses, to name a few.

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