The concept of security stretches from keeping assets safe to analysing how global events impact upon our lives then designing measures to address these needs. Our course provides the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience of practices previously only available within a few public sector professions.
Traditionally associated with law enforcement and the military the contemporary intelligence field merges skill sets gained in these environments with all aspects of the commercial world.
Perceptions of investigation range from Sherlock Holmes to Line of Duty. The ‘real world’ viewpoint on this course is provided by practitioners and academics, providing a more accurate picture.
ON THIS COURSE YOU WILL…
- Gain a professional and ethical understanding of how to recognise security risks in a variety of environments
- Learn to recognise intelligence gathering opportunities, access material and data in a legal and ethical manner
- Learn to analyse threat and design solutions needed to minimise them
- Explore investigative techniques and develop a detective skill set
You will identify the three threads (security, intelligence and investigative practice) this programme is built on.
You will learn to use these threads to solve problems in a multivariable environment.
UK and EU Settled students tuition fee: €9,250
- Full Time
High school diploma with B in relevant subjects and average B (3.0) AND one of the qualifications below:
SAT 1 with 550+ in the maths, critical reading and writing. Sat scores range from 200-800
SAT if High School Diploma not passed with 600 points
ACT (American College Test) instead of SAT 1 with composite score value of 25
Advanced Placement Tests 2passes with grade 3 or above (in relevant subjects)
GED (General Education Development Programme) with min score of 410 in each of five tests (max score 800, min pass grade 200)
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- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning