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Defense Acquisition University

9820 Belvoir Road, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5565

703-805-2764
http://www.dau.mil

PRESIDENT James P. Woosley
https://www.dau.mil/about

The Defense Acquisition University (DAU), established pursuant to the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act of 1990 (10 U.S.C. 1701 note), serves as the DOD center for acquisition, technology, and logistics training; performance support; continuous learning; and knowledge sharing. DAU is a unified structure with five regional campuses and the Defense Systems Management College-School of Program Managers, which provides executive and international acquisition training. DAU’s mission is to provide the training, career management, and services that enable the acquisition, technology, and logistics community to make smart business decisions and deliver timely and affordable capabilities to warfighters.

http://www.dau.mil

National Intelligence University

Defense Intelligence Analysis Center, Washington, DC 20340-5100

202-231-5466
http://www.ni-u.edu

PRESIDENT J. Scott Cameron
http://ni-u.edu/wp/about-niu/leadership-2/office-of-the-president

The National Intelligence University, formerly the Joint Military Intelligence College, was established in 1962. The College is a joint service interagency educational institution serving the intelligence community and operates under the authority of the Director, Defense Intelligence Agency. Its mission is to educate military and civilian intelligence professionals, conduct and disseminate relevant intelligence research, and perform academic outreach regarding intelligence matters. The College is authorized by Congress to award the bachelor of science in intelligence, master of science and technology intelligence, and master of science of strategic intelligence. Courses are offered to full-time students in a traditional daytime format and for part-time students in the evening, on Saturday, and in an executive format (one weekend per month and a 2-week intensive summer period).

http://www.ni-u.edu

National Defense University

300 Fifth Avenue, Building 62, Fort McNair, DC 20319-5066

202-685-2649
http://www.ndu.edu

College of International Security Affairs: 260 Fifth Avenue, Building 64, Fort McNair, DC 20319-5066

202-685-3870
http://cisa.ndu.edu

Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy: 408 Fourth Avenue, Building 59, Fort McNair, DC 20319-5062

202-685-4333
http://es.ndu.edu/Home.aspx

Information Resources Management College: 300 Fifth Avenue, Building 62, Fort McNair, DC 20319-5066

202-685-6300
http://icollege.ndu.edu

Joint Forces Staff College: 7800 Hampton Boulevard, Norfolk, VA 23511-1702

757-443-6124
http://jfsc.ndu.edu

National War College: 300 D Street SW., Building 61, Fort McNair, DC 20319-5078

202-685-3674

202-685-6461
http://nwc.ndu.edu

PRESIDENT Maj. Gen. Frederick M. Padilla, USMC
http://www.ndu.edu/About/Leadership/Article-View/Article/572672/major-general-frederick-m-padilla-usmc
Senior Vice President Donald Yamamoto
http://www.ndu.edu/About/Leadership/Article-View/Article/572661/ambassador-donald-yamamoto
Commandant, Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy Brig. Gen. John Jansen, USMC
Commandant, Joint Forces Staff College Rear Adm. Jeffrey Ruth, USN
Commandant, National War College Brig. Gen. Chad T. Manske, USAF

Chancellor, College of International Security Affairs Col. Michael S. Bell, USA (retired)
Chancellor, Information Resources Management College Rear Adm. Janice Hamby, USN (retired)
http://www.ndu.edu/About/Leadership

National Defense University

The mission of the National Defense University is to prepare military and civilian leaders from the United States and other countries to evaluate national and international security challenges through multidisciplinary educational and research programs, professional exchanges, and outreach.

The National Defense University was established in 1976 and comprises the following colleges and programs: the Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy, National War College, Joint Forces Staff College, Information Resources Management College, College of International Security Affairs, Institute for National Strategic Studies, Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction, Center for Technology and National Security Policy, International Student Management Office, Joint Reserve Affairs Center, CAPSTONE, Security of Defense Corporate Fellows Program, NATO Education Center, Institute for National Security Ethics and Leadership, Center for Joint Strategic Logistics Excellence, Center for Applied Strategic Leaders, and Center for Complex Operations.

http://www.ndu.edu

College of International Security Affairs

The College of International Security Affairs (CISA) is one of NDU’s five colleges. CISA educates students from across the international, interagency, and interservice communities. CISA’s primary areas of concentration include counterterrorism, conflict management of stability of operations, homeland security, and defense and international security studies. CISA is also home to NDU’s International Counterterrorism Fellowship Program.

http://cisa.ndu.edu

Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy

The Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy provides graduate level education to senior members of the U.S. Armed Forces, Government civilians, foreign nationals, and professionals from the private industrial sector. The School prepares students to contribute to national security strategy and policy, emphasizing the evaluation, marshaling, and managing of national resources. Students who fulfill the degree requirements receive a Master of Science degree in national resource strategy.

http://es.ndu.edu/Home.aspx

Information Resources Management College

The Information Resources Management College provides graduate-level courses in information resources management. The College prepares leaders to direct the information component of national power by leveraging information and information technology for strategic advantage. The College's primary areas of concentration include policy, strategic planning, leadership/management, process improvement, capital planning and investment, performance- and results-based management, technology assessment, architecture, information assurance and security, acquisition, domestic preparedness, transformation, e-Government, and information operations.

http://icollege.ndu.edu

Joint Forces Staff College

The Joint Forces Staff College (JFSC) is an intermediate- and senior-level joint college in the professional military education system dedicated to the study of the principles, perspectives, and techniques of joint operational-level planning and warfare. The mission of JFSC is to educate national security professionals in the planning and execution of joint, multinational, and interagency operations in order to instill a primary commitment to joint, multinational, and interagency teamwork, attitudes, and perspectives. The College accomplishes this mission through four schools: the Joint Advanced Warfighters School, the Joint and Combined Warfighting School, the Joint Continuing and Distance Education School, and the Joint Command, Control, and Information Operations School.

http://jfsc.ndu.edu

National War College

The National War College provides education in national security policy to selected military officers and career civil service employees of Federal departments and agencies concerned with national security. It is the only senior service college with the primary mission of offering a course of study that emphasizes national security policy formulation and the planning and implementation of national strategy. Its 10-month academic program is an issue-centered study in U.S. national security. The elective program is designed to permit each student to tailor his or her academic experience to meet individual professional development needs.

http://nwc.ndu.edu

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

4301 Jones Bridge Road, Bethesda, MD 20814-4799

301-295-3190
http://www.usuhs.mil

PRESIDENT Maj. Gen. Richard W. Thomas, USA (retired)
https://www.usuhs.edu/pres/leadership

Authorized by act of September 21, 1972 (10 U.S.C. 2112), the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences was established to educate career-oriented medical officers for the Military Departments and the Public Health Service. The University currently incorporates the F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine (including graduate and continuing education programs) and the Graduate School of Nursing.

Students are selected by procedures recommended by the Board of Regents and prescribed by the Secretary of Defense. The actual selection is carried out by a faculty committee on admissions and is based upon motivation and dedication to a career in the uniformed services and an overall appraisal of the personal and intellectual characteristics of the candidates without regard to sex, race, religion, or national origin. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.

Medical school matriculants will be commissioned officers in one of the uniformed services. They must meet the physical and personal qualifications for such a commission and must give evidence of a strong commitment to serving as a uniformed medical officer. The graduating medical student is required to serve a period of obligation of not less than 7 years, excluding graduate medical education.

Students of the Graduate School of Nursing must be commissioned officers of the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Public Health Service prior to application. Graduate nursing students must serve a commitment determined by their respective service.

http://www.usuhs.mil

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