Curriculum Reviews Ensure NPS Degrees Remain Current with the Fleet
Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
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A critical necessity with the Naval Postgraduate Schoolâ s fleet-driven degree programs is relevancy to the Navyâ s current issues and needs. But in a constantly evolving security environment, staying on top of those requirements can be exceedingly challenging. To solve this challenge, long ago Navy and NPS leadership instituted the curriculum review process, where senior leaders from relevant commands spend time on campus for a first-hand look at the curriculum, and to provide strategic direction for program leadership.
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