DL Program Announcements
UPDATE - USMC Participation in NPS DL Programs
The newly established Distance Learning Panel's (DLP) mission is to further professional and formal development needed for critical occupations across all functional areas and to prepare Marines for global operations and deployments. The purpose of MARADMIN 320/13 is to solicit applicants for advanced degree distance learning (AD-DL) and certificate distance learning (C-DL) programs administered through the Naval Postgraduate School. For more information, read MARADMIN 320/13 here.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS!
Systems Engineering Non-Resident Master's Degree with System of Systems
The Naval Postgraduate School's (NPS) Department of Systems Engineering is pleased to announce the offering of a two year Systems Engineering Non-Resident Master's degree program with a System of Systems focus commencing on Tuesday 7 January 2014. The program is open to qualified uniformed officers, federal employees and defense contractors.
Deadline for application is 18 Oct 2013. For more information, visit the program website or contact the Program Manager, Dr. Wally Owen email@example.com, the Academic Associate, Dr. Gene Paulo firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Center for Educational Design, Development & Distribution Student Coordinator CED3StudCoord@nps.edu.
Read the full 311-142O Announcement (zip) here.
TWO WEEKS REMAINING FOR APPLICATIONS!
Master of Human Systems Integration (359) and Human Systems Integration Certificate (262)
The Naval Postgraduate School is pleased to announce open registration for the nation's premier distance learning Master of Human Systems Integration (HSI) degree program and the Human Systems Integration Certificate program. Both programs are open to all federal government employees (military and civilian) and defense contractor employees (on a space available basis).
Deadline for application is 30 Aug 2013. For more information, visit the websites below or contact email@example.com.
Read the full Announcement here.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS!
Master of Systems Analysis (363) and Systems Analysis Certificate (281)
The Naval Postgraduate School's Department of Operations Research is pleased to announce that it is currently accepting applications for its distance learning Master of Systems Analysis (MSA) degree (curriculum 363), and its distance learning Systems Analysis Certificate (curriculum 281) offered in partnership with the Chief of Naval Operations. Both the degree program and the certificate program begin the week of 30 September 2013. The programs are primarily targeted to Navy Unrestricted Line Officers (URL), and are also open to other uniformed officers, federal civilians, and defense contractor civilians when space is available. These programs are designed to prepare students to apply critical thinking and analytical skills to support key decisions in both operational and staff assignments.
For more information, visit the websites below or contact the NPS Student Coordinator at CED3StudCoord@nps.edu, the Academic Associate, Dr. Steve Pilnick at firstname.lastname@example.org, or the NPS Distributed Program Office in San Diego, CAPT Craig Turley, USN, Ret. at email@example.com.
Read the full MSA & SA Certificate Announcement here.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS!
Joint Executive Systems Engineering Management (SEM)
The Naval Postgraduate School Department of Systems Engineering is pleased to announce this year's offering of the Joint Executive Systems Engineering Management (SEM) distance learning (DL) program offered in partnership with MIT's "Educational Consortium for Leadership in Project Development in the 21st Century" (PD21). The SEM-PD21 program is a two-year, eight-quarter, part-time master’s degree program delivered in an executive format. The September 2013-2015 class will commence with a two-week kickoff on campus in Monterey, CA., September 16–27, 2013.
The 2013-2015 class is limited to 25 students. Each service (Army, Air Force, Navy) and defense contractors are allocated 5 seats each (20 total). The remaining 5 open seats are available to the best qualified candidates from any DoD or federal agency. The program is open to qualified uniformed officers, federal employees, and defense contractor civilians. Qualified active duty Navy and Marine Corps officers may be eligible for NPS mission funding but the student or their command will be responsible to purchase books and pay for all travel associated with the program.
Contact Dr. Wally Owen, Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org, Academic Associate, Prof Ron Carlson, at email@example.com or the Center for Educational Design, Development & Distribution (CED3) at CED3StudCoord@nps.edu for more information.
Read the full 721-141 Announcement (zip) here.