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  • Adams, Billy W., LtCol, (1953-1979)
  • Adams, Paul, Col, (1977-2004)
  • Albright, David, Cpl, (1982-1986)
  • Alliman, Sherri, LCpl, (1990-1994)
  • Aloise, Michael, LtCol, (1991-2007)
  • Amidon, Ken, LtCol, (1981-2004)
  • Andersen, William, Maj, (1960-1981)
  • Anderson, Bruce, LtCol, (1975-1999)
  • Arcega, Virgilio, LtCol, (1991-Present)
  • Arnett, Adam, Maj, (1983-2004)
  • Aubut, Michael, Capt, (1987-2000)
  • Avery, Michael, Capt, (1981-1992)
  • Bachiller, Rayfel, Col, (1970-2002)
  • Bailey, Ronald, MGen, (1977-Present)
  • Balzer, Greg, Maj, (1980-2000)
  • Bardorf, David, Col, (1991-Present)
  • Barr, Michael, Capt, (1988-1995)
  • Barrett, Craig, LtCol, (1990-2013)
  • Bathurst, Jim, Col, (1958-1993)
  • Bauer, Brian, Sgt, (1967-1970)
  • Bauer, Jon, Sgt, (1965-1969)
  • Beard, BJ, MSgt, (1988-2009)
  • Becker, William, Col, (1982-Present)
  • Bednarek, William, SSgt, (1975-1986)
  • Beggs, Michael, Capt, (1969-1981)
  • Bessenger, Reid, LtCol, (1987-2007)
  • Beyler, Juliet, Maj, (1985-2008)
  • Binney, Michael, Maj, (1988-2008)
  • Bobbitt, Fred, LtCol, (1968-1989)
  • Bonnell, Corey, LtCol, (1987-2008)
  • Bonner, Jr., Joel, Col, (1942-1971)
  • Bragg, Phillip, Maj, (1989-Present)
  • Bright, R. Thomas, Col, (1979-2006)
  • Broussard, Gordon, LtCol, (1973-1998)
  • Brown, April, Maj, (1985-1998)
 

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Naval Science

Concept of amphibious warfare; doctrinal origins and evolution as an element of 20th century naval policy.

3 Credits

Prerequisites

  • Instructor Approval Required
  • Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours

Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: Lecture for Nsc 410

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Marine Corps University

University for the U.S. Marine Corps

Marine Corps University is a professional military educationuniversity system of the United States Marine Corps.[1] It is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Master's Degrees.[2]

Marine Corps University consists of six colleges and schools, nine programs, seven academic support elements, history division, and museum. Schools: Marine Corps War College (MCWAR), School of Advanced Warfighting (SAW), Command and Staff College (CSC), Expeditionary Warfare School (EWS), College of Distance Education and Training (CDET), and College of Enlisted Military Education (Enlisted College).[3]

History[edit]

The Marine Corps University's history dates back to 1891 when 29 company officers attended the School of Application. This facility became the Officers Training School in 1909, and later relocated to Marine Corps Base Quantico. In 1919, Major GeneralJohn A. Lejeune ordered the creation of the Marine Corps Officers Training School. Brigadier GeneralSmedley D. Butler established the Field Officers Course in October 1920 and the Company Grade Officers Course in July 1921.

Degree programs[edit]

  • Marine Corps War College: On 1 August 1989, the 29th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General Alfred M. Gray, Jr., instituted the Art of War Studies program under the Marine Corps Command and Staff College. Today the mission of the Marine Corps War College is to develop, deliver, and evaluate professional military education and training through resident and nonresident programs to prepare leaders for the national security environment and to preserve, promote, and display the history and heritage of the Marine Corps. Its graduates are prepared for senior leadership positions of increasing complexity through the study of national military strategy, theater strategy and plans, and military support to those strategies within the context of national security policies and decision-making. Graduates receive a Master of Strategic Studies (MSS) degree.[4]
  • Marine Corps Command and Staff College: including the study of history, language and culture, CSC educates and trains its joint, multinational, and interagency professionals in order to produce skilled warfighting leaders for 21st Century security challenges. Command and Staff College offers students the option of completing the requirements for a Master of Military Studies (MMS) degree.[5]
  • School of Advanced Warfighting: The School of Advanced Warfighting provides a follow-on, graduate-level professional military education for selected field grade officers who have completed the Marine Corps or sister service command and staff college course. The course develops complex problem solving and decision making skills for the operational level of war. Graduates receive a Master of Operational Studies (MOS) degree.[6]

Schools, programs and courses[edit]

Expeditionary Warfare School[edit]

Formerly Amphibious Warfare School (AWS), the mission of the Expeditionary Warfare School (EWS) is to educate and train company grade officers in order to prepare them mentally, morally, and physically for billets of increased leadership responsibility across the Fleet Marine Force and the Joint Force, with emphasis on the warfighting capabilities of a Marine Air Ground Task Force operating within a complex and distributed Naval expeditionary environment.[7]

The Expeditionary Warfare School (EWS) is a 41-week resident school that provides career-level, professional military education and training to company grade Marine officers and selected officers from other services and countries.  Upon graduation, students are mentally, morally, and physically prepared to lead in billets of increased responsibility within the complex and distributed Naval expeditionary environment, capable of:

(1) exhibiting the Marine Corps’ Core Values and standards in keeping with the highest level of professionalism expected of commissioned officers,

(2) demonstrating critical and creative thinking, ethical decision making, effective communication and a Maneuver Warfare mindset as leaders,

(3) integrating all warfighting functions across a combined arms MAGTF in Naval and Joint operations,

(4) demonstrating proficiency in their respective MOSs, and prepared for continued career progression, personal development, and professional education.

Marine Corps Command and Staff College (CSC)[edit]

The Marine Corps Command and Staff College provides graduate level education and training in order to develop critical thinkers, innovative problem solvers, and ethical leaders who will serve as commanders and staff officers with Marine Air Ground Task Forces (MAGTF) and with service, joint, interagency, intergovernmental and multinational organizations confronting complex and uncertain security environments. The Command and Staff College is a ten-month program for majors, lieutenant commanders, and U.S. government civilian professionals that fulfills Joint Professional Military Education Phase I requirements. Students have the option of completing the requirements for a Master of Military Studies (MMS) degree.[8]

School of Advanced Warfighting (SAW)[edit]

School of Advanced Warfighting

The School of Advanced Warfighting (SAW) develops lead planners and future commanders with the will and intellect to design and execute joint campaigns and naval expeditionary operations.[9] Graduates will be able to:

(1) Create solutions to complex problems and apply operational art in an uncertain geostrategic security environment.

(2) Apply knowledge of the operational level of war, the art of command, and ethical behavior in warfighting.

(3) Quickly and critically assess a situation, determine the essence of a problem, fashion a suitable response, and concisely communicate the conclusion in oral, written, and visual forms.

(4) Apply the competence, confidences, character, and creativity required to plan, lead, and command at high level service, joint, and combined headquarters.

(5) Create, design, plan, and implement adaptive concepts to meet current and future challenges.

Marine Corps War College (MCWAR)[edit]

Main article: Marine Corps War College

The Marine Corps War College, as the senior PME institution of the Marine Corps, educates selected military and civilian professionals in order to develop critical thinkers, military strategists, joint warfighters and strategic leaders who are prepared to meet the challenges of a complex and dynamic security environment. MCWAR graduates leaders who will return to the operating forces and to the Joint Force to contribute at the strategic level and thereby increase overall combat readiness.[10]

Enlisted Professional Military Education[edit]

The mission of the Enlisted Professional Military Education branch is to provide progressive educational opportunities to improve leadership, critical thinking capability and sound tactical skills for enlisted Marines.[11]

School of MAGTF Logistics[edit]

The mission of the School of Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Logistics (SOML) is to provide the logistics education for the Marine Corps, and to manage the logistics education programs in order to increase the combat effectiveness of Marine Corps operating forces, Marine Forces Reserve, the supporting establishment, and Headquarters Marine Corps.[12]

Other programs[edit]

  • College of Distance Education and Training
  • Professional Development Division includes the Commanders' Program, Professional Reading, and Senior Leader Development Program
  • Staff Non-commissioned Officer Academy

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"About Marine Corps University". Retrieved August 29, 2019.
  2. ^"Accreditation and Degree-granting Authority". Marine Corps University. Archived from the original on February 23, 2015. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  3. ^"About MCU". www.usmcu.edu. Retrieved October 14, 2021.
  4. ^"Marine Corps War College". Marine Corps University. Archived from the original on February 23, 2015. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  5. ^"Command and Staff College". Marine Corps University. Archived from the original on April 30, 2011. Retrieved May 13, 2011.
  6. ^"School of Advanced Warfighting". Marine Corps University. Archived from the original on July 23, 2011. Retrieved May 13, 2011.
  7. ^"Expeditionary Warfare School". www.usmcu.edu. Retrieved October 14, 2021.
  8. ^"Command and Staff College". www.usmcu.edu. Retrieved October 14, 2021.
  9. ^"School of Advanced Warfighting". www.usmcu.edu. Retrieved October 14, 2021.
  10. ^"Marine Corps War College". www.usmcu.edu. Retrieved October 14, 2021.
  11. ^"Enlisted Professional Military Education". Marine Corps University. Archived from the original on May 16, 2011. Retrieved May 13, 2011.
  12. ^"School of MAGTF Logistics". Marine Corps University. Retrieved May 13, 2011.
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