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Daniel Morgan Graduate School

Graduate School Cooperation with Daniel Morgan Graduate School, Washington, D.C.

By agreement with the Daniel Morgan Graduate School (DMGS), graduates of PHC’s Strategic Intelligence Program with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA will be accepted on a priority basis into the DMGS Masters of Arts programs in Intelligence, National Security, or Information Operations, and may qualify for full scholarships for the duration of their enrollment at the DMGS Graduate School.

By prior agreement with the Daniel Morgan Graduate School, graduates of PHC’s Strategic Intelligence Program with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA:

  • Will be accepted for graduate admission on a priority basis into the Daniel Morgan Graduate School Masters of Arts programs, upon completion of the administrative requirements of the DMA admissions process.
  • Will qualify for full scholarship consideration for the duration of their Master’s program as long as they remain full time students in continuous enrollment at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School.
  • Administrative Process. Candidates must be citizens of the United States, have achieved the baccalaureate degree from PHC, will submit a complete and official admissions portfolio as prescribed by DMGS, and will submit official transcripts indicating a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. All other information required for consideration of DMGS admission by the PHC graduate will be part of the standard application requirements of DMGS. (For additional information on the DMGS Graduate Programs, see www.dmgs.org/admissions)

For further information on the graduate programs at DMGS and details on how to apply to this graduate program,  click on the logo below or go directly to their website.  
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