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What is Intelligence Management?

Individuals with a desire to protect our country and support our national security may find a career in Intelligence Management to be an exciting and fulfilling option. Intelligence management professionals collect information that reveals the intentions and capabilities of foreign entities that are of strategic importance. These national security professionals compile intelligence information that provides a basis for decision and action.

Intelligence management processes allow decisions to be made about priorities and tactical options. Intelligence is information that has been collected and developed for action. Intelligence collection is a continuous process and there may be specific requirements for its recording and use. Individuals involved in intelligence collection must be specially trained and have specific, critical skills to perform their work successfully.

If you are interested in a career in intelligence collection, analysis, and management, the first step is to obtain a quality education from an industry- recognized, accredited institution. The Henley-Putnam School of Strategic Security, a subsidiary of National American University, is a nationally recognized, Higher Learning Commission- accredited institution, providing specialized instruction in the fields of intelligence management, counterterrorism studies, and strategic security and protection management. Henley-Putnam offers a number of options for individuals interested in Intelligence, including a Bachelor of Science degree in Intelligence Management, a Master of Science degree in Intelligence Management, and several entry-level, mid-level, and senior certificates in intelligence collection, analysis, and management.

Intelligence programs at Henley-Putnam teach students to understand how intelligence manifests itself in many ways and how to analyze and understand what and where intelligence can be found as well as how it can be used. Students in the intelligence programs learn to:

  • Analyze intelligence issues or challenges
  • Identify, describe and critically evaluate information sources and applicable intelligence technologies
  • Appraise contemporary and emergent threats, challenges and issues within a sphere of the security industry such as business, law enforcement, homeland security, national security or regional studies
  • Identify and apply professional ethics to the intelligence field
  • Work collaboratively with a diverse group
  • Develop general professional written and oral reports and presentations that are relevant to security industry decision-makers

If you are serious about pursuing a career in intelligence, consider Henley-Putnam carefully. At Henley-Putnam, programs emphasize professionalism, proactive strategies, a thorough understanding of the dynamics of the program area, and a high-level development of skills in intelligence, counterterrorism, and protection. Henley-Putnam also offers 100% online programs, so you can pursue your studies while maintaining your current employment or responsibilities to your family. To learn more about intelligence studies at Henley-Putnam, please call 1-855-246-7440 or email HenleyPutnam@national.edu.

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