Fort Gordon, Augusta University, sign memo on online cyber masters

Kenneth Palmer
Maj. Gen. Paul T. Stanton, left, shakes hands with Augusta University President Brooks Keel. The two men signed a memorandum of understanding allowing soldiers to receive course credit in the university's new online graduate degrees for military coursework on Thursday, Jan. 19

Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel and Maj. Gen. Paul T. Stanton, commanding general of the Cyber Center of Excellence and Fort Gordon, on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding for the university’s initially two online-only graduate degrees.

The two levels, a learn of science with a important in details protection management and a master of arts in intelligence and protection experiments, will accept credits for program do the job from troopers in related officer teaching classes.

“Augusta University is very pleased to develop our on line tutorial choices to help company users further their training from where ever they’re positioned, and with asynchronous systems to suit their hectic life and schedules,” Keel stated at the ceremonial signing, surrounded by military and Augusta College workers who worked on the software.

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