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This school's executive-level, 10-month, graduate program provides students with stimulating classes, guest speakers, and field studies, as well as a full program of athletic and social events. Courses in economics, leadership, logistics, and acquisition, as well as more than 100 elective courses, are offered. Through our Industry Studies Program, 20 areas vital to our national security are analyzed and evaluated for their ability to satisfy national security requirements. Upon successful completion, graduates are awarded a Master of Science degree in National Resource Strategy; and military students also earn Joint Professional Military Education II credit.
Our students represent every branch of the Armed Forces, the Departments of Defense and State, and many other government agencies. Each class of approximately 330 students includes International Fellows from 20 different countries, and Industry Fellows from 20 major corporations. Students are selected for their potential as future leaders in military, government, and industry.
Our exceptional faculty, as diverse as the student body, is comprised of distinguished civilian professors, active duty and retired military, and visiting professors from many government agencies and private industry. A student-faculty ratio of 3.5 to 1 is maintained, even as the College continues to expand.
Our alumni represent a growing number of general and flag officers, senior leaders in government service, and executives in industry. Their ability to understand the strategic environment and address problems from a multi-dimensional, interagency perspective characterizes their leadership.
On our website you will find a wealth of information on our curriculum, academic programs, students, faculty, and much more. We welcome your interest in the Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy and invite you to browse this website to learn more about us.