Call for Applications! Master of Science in Contract Management (835) Commencing Tuesday 8 July 2014
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The Naval Postgraduate School and its School of Business and Public Policy are pleased to announce the offering of an eight quarter part-time Master of Science in Contract Management by distance learning commencing Tuesday 8 July 2014. Students that complete the degree program also earn DAWIA level III training requirements for ACQ101, 201, PMT251, 257, CON Series. The program also meets DAWIA requirements for 24 hours of business subjects and 40 hours of annual continuous learning. Note: DAU changes made after the establishment of this program for the 2014-2016 tracks will be reviewed and accommodated if and where feasible.
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