Dr. Linda Brandt
Dr. R. Steven Brent
Military Strategy & Logistics
Col David Gerber
National Security Studies
Dr. Shannon Brown
COL Kathleen Knapp
The core curriculum covers national strategy and resources management for national security. In the fall, students study military strategy and logistics, strategic leadership, national and international economic policy, and national security studies. In the spring, students study acquisition, economics of industry, and industry studies. Regional security studies and electives supplement the core courses.
The Acquisition Department is responsible for two components: a core acquisition program for all students and a legislatively mandated senior course for acquisition professionals.Economics
The Economics Department teaches the fall core course in The Economics of National Security Strategy and contributes through the provision of the Course Director and faculty (along with faculty from other departments) to two core spring courses.Military Strategy and Logistics
The Military Strategy and Logistics core is designed to provide future leaders with analytic and conceptual tools that will enable them to assess strategic situations and develop strategic options to meet national objectives.National Security Studies
The National Security Studies department provides curricula and classroom instruction in support of educating senior USG, foreign military, and selected private sector personnel and is designed to promote the development of students as strategic thinkers and national security policymakers.Strategic Leadership
The Strategic Leadership Department's mission is to educate and develop senior leaders to bring strategic thinking skills and innovative approaches to the challenges of transforming organizations and formulating and resourcing our future national security strategy.