The Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security (DMGS) offers a professional and executive education that is easily tailored to students who wish to pursue a career in national security or those who currently work in the national security community. DMGS’ curriculum offerings also provide needed skills that both intersect with and are applicable to other communities such as the commercial corporate world and law enforcement. DMGS supports the intellectual foundations of American security policy by ensuring our education prioritizes policies and outcomes rather than traditional academic structures. DMGS enables professionals to address the national security challenges of the new century by encouraging them to rethink tradition and assess new forms of policy analysis.
Incoming students have their professional experience assessed for academic credit to ensure their DMGS education helps them develop a new knowledge base. Self-motivated students play a central role at DMGS, and dialogue between students is just as relevant to course learning objectives as presentations made by the professor.
DMGS is an IRS-recognized 501(c)3 non-profit organization licensed by the Education Licensure Commission of the District of Columbia.