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DL Program Announcements

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

Space Systems Certificate
Commencing 3 April 2017 (curriculum 273)

The Naval Postgraduate School’s Space Systems Academic Group is pleased to announce that it is currently accepting applications for its distance learning Space Systems Certificate (curriculum 273). The certificate program begins the week of 3 April 2017. The class size is limited to 20 students. The Space Systems Certificate program is primarily targeted at Navy and Marine Corps Officers and enlisted students but is also open to other uniformed services, federal civilians, and defense contractor civilians when space is available. Space assets are essential to modern warfare. The program is designed to give students the foundation to understand the integration of Space capabilities across combined armed forces, involving networks, sensors and weapons. The student will gain critical thinking and analytical skills to support key space decisions in both operational and staff assignments.

Deadline for application is 3 January 2017. For more information, visit the website below or contact the NPS Student Coordinator at CED3StudCoord@nps.edu, the Academic Associate, Stephen Tackett at shtacket@nps.edu, or the NPS Distributed Program Office in San Diego, CAPT Craig Turley, USN, Ret. atcwturley@nps.edu.

Read the full Space Systems Certificate announcement here (Space Systems Certificate - 273 - DL Announcement_for_April2017.doc).


CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

Systems Engineering Non-Resident Master's Degree
Commencing 3 January 2017 (Cohort 311-172)

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 or Systems Development focus commencing January 2017 (see announcements).  The program is open to qualified uniformed officers, federal employees and defense contractors.

Click here for more information.


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

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 27 March 2017. 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.

Deadline for application is 13 January 2017. For more information, visit the websites below or contact the NPS Student Coordinator at CED3StudCoord@nps.edu, the Academic Associate, Dr. Steve Pilnick atspilnick@nps.edu, or the NPS Distributed Program Office in San Diego, CAPT Craig Turley, USN, Ret. atcwturley@nps.edu.

Read the full MSA & SA Certificate Announcement here.