This certificate provides students with a higher level of proficiency in modeling and analysis of nuclear hazard release using HPAC. Students will learn to apply and demonstrate HPAC source term functionality, computation methodologies, translating, and communicating results. The nuclear modeling certificate is designed to recognize and document the completion of a comprehensive training program focused on specific hazard protection modeling tools. This certificate emphasizes the nuclear aspect of this area and is designed to support Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Teams (WMD-CSTs), Consequence Management Advisory Teams (CMAT); Combatant Commands, and DoD, federal, state, and local emergency managers and planners.
Certificate learning outcomes:
Apply and demonstrate HPAC source term functionality, computation, methodologies, translating, and communicating results
Analyze raw intelligence
Evaluate source credibility
Recognize and analyze different classes, makes, and configurations of contemporary weapons
Identify the existence and assess the magnitude of a threat is an essential skill in the fields of protection management, intelligence and counterterrorism
Employ procedures for examining vulnerabilities to attack
Evaluate the capabilities and motivation of potential attackers
Synthesize and reflect upon knowledge gained upon certificate completion
Henley-Putnam’s commitment to service begins with your first call with an advisor and continues through graduation. Our classes are small, so you are never just a number. We get to know you, your goals and your needs. You will be supported by a team of professionals who will help you track your degree progression, advise you on course selection, and inform you of relevant services such as tutoring and mentoring. Your faculty members will be available to you, as will the deans and administrators.
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