Message from the President
Ambassador Joseph DeTrani
Given the proliferation of national security threats challenging our nation and opportunities to advance our political and economic interests, the Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security was recently established in our nation’s capital.
The goal was to create a graduate school that focused exclusively on national security issues, with a robust curriculum, and scholar-practitioner instructors who would spend quality time educating and mentoring the next generation of national security leaders.
Our Master’s programs in National Security, Intelligence, and Information Operations are unique, in that the courses, taught by experienced professionals, provide students with the education and tools necessary to address a myriad of functional and regional issues affecting our nation’s security. DMGS’ Regional Affairs Department ensures that our students receive the country specific education necessary to critically analyze threats and opportunities affecting our country’s well-being.
Our experienced professors are committed to providing quality personal education and mentoring to our students, to help ensure that they are prepared to assume entry-level and more senior positions in those public, private sector, and nongovernmental agencies and organizations concerned with our national security.
If you have a passion for these issues, and are prepared to work long hours with dedicated scholar-practitioner professors, then you should consider the Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security. —Ambassador Joseph R. DeTrani