Henley-Putnam School of Strategic Security

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Henley-Putnam School of Strategic Security
MottoAdvancement, Vigilance, Allegiance
PresidentJames P. Killin
Academic staff
Location, ,
ColorsBlack, White, and Red

Henley-Putnam School of Strategic Security is a school within National American University that focuses on intelligence management, counter-terrorism studies and protection management. It was named to honor American Revolutionary War intelligence officers Colonel David Henley and General Israel Putnam.[1][2]

Acquisition by National American University Holdings[edit]

National American University purchased Henley-Putnam University on July 21, 2017.[3]


The school has a curriculum offering more than 150 courses among six bachelor's and master's degree programs, a doctorate program, and certificates in seven subject areas. Its faculty comes from military, law enforcement, the counter-terrorism community and the intelligence community with an emphasis on "real world experience".[4][5]


  1. ^ "History Behind Our Name". Henley Putnam University. Archived from the original on 2007-11-28. Retrieved 2009-02-26.
  2. ^ "The California University of Protection and Intelligence Management has changed its name to Henley-Putnam University to better reflect its online degree programs in management of personal protection, intelligence management, and terrorism and counterterrorism". (press release). Security Management. 2007-06-07. Retrieved 2009-02-26.
  3. ^ {{Nasdaq Globe Wire. 2017. "National American University Holdings, Inc. Announces Plans to Acquire Strategic Security-Focused Henley-Putnam University". Accessed March 5 , 2018 . https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2017/07/21/1055830/0/en/National-American-University-Holdings-Inc-Announces-Plans-to-Acquire-Strategic-Security-Focused-Henley-Putnam-University.html}}
  4. ^ "Home - Henley-Putnam". Henley-putnam.edu. Retrieved 15 November 2017.
  5. ^ Mullins, Robert (2004-05-14). "School protects valley executives from a dangerous world". Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal. Retrieved 2009-02-26.