The curriculum definition as established by the U.S. Department of Education’s Classification of Instructional Programs (“CIP”): Instructional programs that prepare individuals in specialized and advanced subject matter for the armed services and related national security organizations, including intelligence operations, military applied sciences, and military technologies. (CIP Code #29)
Notable Programs in this Curriculum: Strategic Intelligence; Combat Systems Engineering; Cyber/Electronic Operations and Warfare; Missile and Space Systems Technology.
Prominent figures related to this curriculum:
John Edgar Hoover by 'Cliff1066'
William J. Donovan (1883-1959)
The "father" of the modern Central Intellegince Agency Charles Joseph Bonaparte (1851-1921)
Created the Bureau of Investigation, which became the FBI John Edgar Hoover (1895-1972)
First Director of the modern Federal Bureau of Investigation
A program that prepares individuals to undertake advanced and specialized leadership and technical responsibilities for the armed services and related national security organizations. Includes instruction in such areas as weapons systems and technology, communications, intelligence, management, logistics, and strategy.