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Academic Offerings

The Eisenhower School offers a 10-month graduate program through which students receive a Masters of Science in National Resource Strategy. While private sector fellows may choose to attend the full M.S. program, they also have the option of two separable, 5-month certificate programs in National Security Strategy and National Resource Strategy. If a student completes both certificates, they are eligible for an M.S.  in National Resource Strategy. Courses at the Eisenhower School are offered in a variety of disciplines, including Strategy, Economics, Leadership, Industry Analysis, Acquisition and Innovation, and many others.

Master of Science in National Resource Strategy

Duration: 10 months (August to June)
Tuition: $28,000.00

A comprehensive 32 credit hour curriculum offering courses in National Strategy, Economics, Strategic Leadership, Business Economics, Industry Study, Industry Analysis, Acquisition and Innovation, and Leadership Practicum, as well as multiple electives offered in both semesters.


Certificate in National Security Strategy

Duration: 5 months (August to December)
Tuition: $11,400.00

Courses are offered in the areas of Strategy, Economics, Leadership as well as multiple elective courses, amounting to 16 credit hours.


Certificate in National Resource Strategy

Duration: 5 months (January to June)
Tuition: $16,600.00*

Courses are offered in the areas of Industry Studies, Industry Analysis, Acquisition and Innovation and Leadership, as well as multiple elective courses, amounting to 16 credit hours.

*Tuition includes practicum costs for U.S. and international site visits