This 36-credit-hour program prepares students to be better teachers, military officers, public servants, doctoral students, attorneys, business leaders and citizens. Since society sustains the military, and the military protects society, students learn the many intimate and extensive connections between and among these two entities and the political and economic realms. The study of history teaches students to think analytically at every level of operations from tactical to strategic, and to understand the roles and methods of leaders. This course of study sharpens the thought processes and cultivates clear, compact communications. Thesis optional.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
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