In an ever-changing geopolitical landscape with new threats emerging, leaders of the future must be dynamic, possessing expertise that spans policy, law, and science. Virginia Tech School of Public and International Affairs' National Security Executive Leadership Program sets the bar for national security professional development, empowering professionals from all backgrounds through interdisciplinary training designed to bridge the policy and technical gap and prepare them for critical leadership positions.
National Security Executive Leadership Program is an intensive one-week professional development program designed for those with an interest in national security. Participants will gain a firm foundational knowledge of the U.S. national security apparatus, instruments of national power, the appropriations process, gaming, and critical decision-making, as well as background in technical and regional policy issues. The program curriculum is centered around cyber security in critical infrastructure protection and will comprise participatory learning online and via simulation.
Taught by national security leaders. Modules are taught by leading academics and policy experts, including from the uniformed services and federal agencies. Sessions include simulations including "A Game of Disruptive Operations inside the United States", case studies, interactive discussions, and networking opportunities.
The November 1-5, 2021 program is being offered online.
Participants who successfully complete all requirements will receive 3.5 CEUs and a Virginia Tech certificate of achievement.
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