Does your job deal with intelligence issues? Are you interested in a career in national security?
The Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security is a national security graduate school in Washington, DC where you are able to customize the curriculum according to what you need to be effective in your job.
We realize that the work you do has far reaching implications for America’s future. If you have considered a national security or intelligence-centric graduate education but could not see your way clear to pursue it, we can help.
Effective this Fall 2015, DMGS will offer course tuition waivers to select professional students newly admitted into either a graduate certificate or Master’s program. The admissions application and interview will comprise the basis of consideration and selection.
These awards are reserved exclusively for national security professionals and those whose job deals with intelligence matters.
For more information or to apply, contact us or call 202-577-5775.
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The Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security Offers:
Courses that Address:
- Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflicts
- Regional Specialization
- Non-Kinetic Operations
- Intelligence Specialization
- National Security Specialization
- Master of Arts in National Security
- Master of Arts in Intelligence
- Master of Arts in Managing Disruption and Violence (MDV)
Work with our faculty to tailor a challenging curriculum to meet your career goals. Our class sizes range from one to seven students per professor, giving you personalized instruction from leading national security experts and experienced practitioners.
DMGS is located in the heart of our nation’s capital, Washington, DC. DMGS is near the Farragut North Metro Station (Red Line) and a few blocks from the Farragut West Metro Station (Orange, Blue and Silver Lines).