Non-Resident

Non-Resident Programs

Masters in Human Systems Integration (Distributed Learning) (359)

The Human Systems Integration (HSI) is a 24-month, distance learning interdisciplinary program that emphasizes human considerations as a priority in systems design and acquisition, to reduce life cycle costs, and improve total system performance. HSI has been divided into several distinct domains that include human factors engineering, manpower, personnel, training, human survivability, health hazards, system safety, and habitability.   See the HSI web site for more information.

Masters in Cost Estimating and Analysis (Distributed Learning) (Curriculum 379)

The Master of Cost Estimating and Analysis (MCEA) is a 24-month, distance learning graduate degree program designed to increase the accuracy and proficiency of DoD cost estimates and cost estimators. Students will learn cost estimating techniques commonly used in both DoD and industry, and acquire foundation skills and hands-on experience in all aspects of cost estimation, including shipbuilding, aircraft, software, and many other areas.

Master of Systems Analysis (Distributed Learning) (Curriculum 363)

The Master of Systems Analysis (MSA) is a 24-month, distance learning graduate degree program designed to provide skills necessary for aiding key decisions on force requirements, weapon systems, and other defense matters.  Completion of this curriculum qualifies an officer as an Operations Research Analyst Subspecialist with a subspecialty code of 3210P. The curriculum sponsor is OPNAV N81, Assessment Division.