(Winter (2nd) Qtr AY 2011) - Naval Postgraduate School

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Command Brief
Winter (2nd) Quarter
Academic Year 2011
Excellence Through Knowledge
Mission of the Naval Postgraduate School
NPS provides high-quality, relevant and
unique advanced education and research
programs that increase the combat
effectiveness of the Naval Services, other
Armed Forces of the U.S. and our partners,
to enhance our national security.
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The Naval Postgraduate School is a . . .
History Highlights
• Graduate University
Responsive to joint, interagency,
and coalition requirements
1909 Founded at
the U.S. Naval Academy
1951 Moved to Monterey
• Research Institution
Pursuing innovative technology
and improving national security
• Community of Alumni
Leading and defending the Nation
and transforming the Department of
Defense (DoD)
1951 Operations Research Department
1956 Systems Management Department
1972 National Security Affairs Department
and
War-Fighting curricula
(e.g., Anti-Submarine Warfare)
1996 Information Warfare Curriculum
1999 Joint Professional Military
Education (JPME) campus
2003 Homeland Security Curriculum
2004 Information Operations
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NPS . . .
• Responds
to emerging DoD needs
• Fosters
a multi-service, interagency, and coalition learning
environment
• Prepares
the joint intellectual leaders
for tomorrow’s forces
CAPT Jeff Kline, USN (Ret)
Senior Lecturer
Operations Research Department
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NPS is Graduate Education…
• Master’s Degrees, Post-Master’s, Ph.D.
• Accelerated, defense-focused degree programs
• Interdisciplinary, relevant, agile
• Biennial program reviews by flag-level sponsors
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NPS is Accredited by . . .
•
WASC
Western Association of Schools and Colleges
•
ABET
Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology
•
AACSB
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
•
NASPAA
National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and
Administration
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Core Characteristics
• Integrated • Systems-Oriented • Flexible • Partnered for Strength
4 Institutes
The Cebrowski Institute for
Information Innovation and
Superiority
Institutes ensure that education
provided by the Schools
is applied to military challenges
The MOVES Institute
Modeling, Virtual
Environments, and
Simulation
The Meyer Institute
National Security Systems
and Technology
National Security Institute
Partnership developed for
National Security research
and education
4 Schools
Graduate School
of Engineering and
Applied Science
Graduate School
of Operational and
Information Sciences
Graduate School
of Business and
Public Policy
School of
International
Graduate Studies
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Graduate School of
Engineering and Applied Science
21 Curricula and 395 Degree Resident Students (Winter (2nd) Qtr AY 2011)
•
Applied Mathematics
•
Reactors/Mechanical Engineering
•
Combat Systems Science
and Technology
•
Space Systems Engineering
•
Space Systems Operations
(with GSOIS) (Resident & DL)
•
Space Systems Operations
(International) (with GSOIS)
•
Systems Engineering (Resident &
DL)
•
Systems Engineering Management
(DL)
•
Undersea Warfare
•
Undersea Warfare (International)
•
Underwater Acoustic Systems (DL)
•
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Electronic Systems
Engineering (Resident & DL)
Mechanical & Astronautical
Engineering
Mechanical Engineering for
Nuclear Trained Officers(DL)
Meteorology and
Oceanography
•
Meteorology
•
Oceanography
•
Operational Oceanography
Graduate School of
Operational and Information Sciences
21 Curricula and 562 Degree Resident Students (Winter (2nd) Qtr AY 2011)
•
Computer Science (Res & DL) •
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Computer Technology (DL)
•
Joint C4I Systems
•
Cost Estimating & Analysis
(DL)
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Joint Information Operations
•
Joint Operational Logistics
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Electronic Warfare Systems
•
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Human Systems Integration
•
Identity Management and
Cyber Security (Resident & DL) •
Modeling, Virtual
Environments,
and Simulation
Information Warfare
Operations Analysis
•
Information Sciences
•
Remote Sensing
•
Information Systems &
Operations
•
Software Engineering
(Resident & DL)
•
Information Systems &
Technology
•
Special Operations
•
Systems Analysis (DL)
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Graduate School of
Business and Public Policy
17 Curricula and 253 Degree Resident Students (Winter (2nd) Qtr AY 2011)
•
Acquisition & Contract
Management
•
Executive MBA (DL)
•
Civilian Executive MBA (DL)
•
Executive Management
•
Contract Management (DL)
•
Program Management (DL)
•
Financial Management
•
Defense Systems Analysis
•
Material Logistics Support
•
Defense Business
Management
•
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Defense Systems
Management (International)
Resource Planning and
Management for
International Defense
•
Supply Chain Management
•
Manpower Systems Analysis
•
•
Information Systems
Management
Systems Acquisition
Management
•
Transportation Management
School of
International Graduate Studies
11 Curricula and 368 Degree Resident Students (Winter (2nd) Qtr AY 2011)
•
Regional Studies
Middle East, South Asia and
Sub-Saharan Africa
•
Security Studies
– Civil-Military Relations
Europe and Eurasia
– Stabilization and
Reconstruction
Far East, Pacific, Southeast
Asia
– Defense Decision Making
and Planning
Western Hemisphere
– Combating Terrorism: Policy
and Strategy
– Homeland Defense
and Security (Military and
Civilian)
– Security Studies
NPS . . .
• Delivers
education where needed by
– distance learning
– mobile education teams
– faculty and student
internships in the fleet
• Provides
educational opportunities for
– potential participants
– current enrollees
– former students
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NPS is Students . . .
Resident Degree Program Enrollment (Winter (2nd Qtr) AY 2011)
Total Resident: 1,612
U.S. 75% - All Military Services and Other Government Agencies
International 14% - 225 Residents from 49 countries
USCG/Other
1%
U.S. Marine Corps
9%
Civilian
11%
International
14%
U.S. Army
11%
U.S. Navy
46%
U.S. Air Force
8%
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International Degree Students
Winter Quarter 2011
North America
Canada
2
Mexico
1
3
Caribbean, Central
& South America
Argentina
2
Belize
1
Brazil
7
Chile
2
Colombia
3
15
Africa
Cameroon
Malawi
Mauritius
Southern Sudan
Tanzania
Tunisia
Uganda
1
1
1
1
1
9
1
15
Europe
Albania
Czech Republic
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Macedonia
Moldova
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Romania
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
Ukraine
1
1
10
29
1
1
1
2
5
4
1
1
2
1
37
2
99
Central/East Asia &
Middle East
Bahrain
3
Israel
1
Jordan
1
Pakistan
10
Saudi Arabia
3
UA Emirates
3
21
Australia
3
Far/Near East
India
Indonesia
Korea
Maldives
Mongolia
Nepal
Philippines
Singapore
Sri Lanka
Taiwan
Thailand
Timor Leste
1
1
7
2
1
2
2
38
4
8
2
1
69
225 Students
49 Countries
Gary Roser
Assistant Dean of SIGS
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Naval Postgraduate School Faculty . . .
• Recruits from top Ph.D.
programs
• Has robust mix of tenured
faculty, lecturers, visiting
professors, and others
• Includes 10% military personnel,
with strong academic
credentials and recent
operational expertise
• Integrates teaching with
research
• Has no teaching assistants
• Develops technologies
which are eligible for patents
Faculty Highlights
764 Faculty Members
260 with Tenure or Tenure-Track
98% with Doctorates
Sources of Graduate Degrees
UC Berkeley
Stanford
MIT
UCLA
Univ. of Texas
Univ. of Washington
UC Davis
Harvard
UC San Diego
Yale
Univ. of Southern California
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12
10
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6
6
6
5
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Recent Patents
Vest Antenna
High-Intensity Light and Sound Control Device
Turbulence-Resolving Acoustic Sediment Flux
Probe
NPS Reimbursable Funding
$214.0 million (FY 2010)
Other
1%
Navy
26%
Defense
45%
DHS
12%
Army
3%
Air Force
3%
Other Fed
8%
NSF
2%
NPS is Alumni . . .
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Over 50,000 Graduates
– Representing all U.S. Military
Services and many government
agencies
– 5,180 Officers from 102
countries
– 33 Astronauts
ADM Mike Mullen
GEN Michael Hagee
Chairman, Joint Chiefs Former Commandant
of Staff
U.S. Marine Corps
– 16% of U.S. Navy active-duty
Flag Officers
– About 28,300 Non-Degree
Participants annually (includes
Regional Security Education
Program (RSEP))
• Resident and Nonresident
King Abdullah
of Jordan
James G. Roche
Former Secretary
of the Air Force
Summary
…
A World-Class University
• Agile, unique programs focused on joint military applications
• Relevant research
• Executive, distance, and continuing education
• Coalition building
A Strategic Investment
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MISSION
NPS provides high-quality, relevant and
unique advanced education and research
programs that increase the combat
effectiveness of the Naval Services, other
Armed Forces of the U.S. and our
partners, to enhance our national security.
7/28/10
Excellence Through Knowledge

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