CIC Overview

The NDU College of Information and Cyberspace offers a wide spectrum of educational activities, services, and programs to prepare information leaders to play critical roles in national security in the Information Age. Whether in pursuit of the Master of Science in Government Information Leadership, a NDU iCollege certificate, or a graduate level course for professional development— iCollege students bring diverse perspectives to contribute to a rich and dynamic learning environment. They are motivated to learn and share knowledge, experience, and best practices. Our students are encouraged to become better leaders and decision-makers and to master the tools of lifelong learning. Students, graduates, employers, leaders, and practitioners create a global learning community to foster innovation and creativity.



Mission (updated March 2015)

Educate and prepare selected military and civilian leaders and advisors to develop and implement cyberspace strategies, and to leverage information and technology to advance national and global security.


Vision

The global hub for educating, informing, and connecting Information Age leaders.



Marshall Hall
Marshall Hall, the home of the NDU iCollege (Fort Lesley J. McNair) 



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Summary Command Brief June 2015