ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION
The Academic Affairs Division (AAD) administers the academic programs of the College. The Master in National Security Administration (MNSA) program is the main training program of NDCP. It is a one-year, full-time master’s degree course consisting of thirty-nine (39) units earned through various forms of classroom work, case studies, regional security and development studies and academic enhancement travels.
The MNSA is open to military officers, government officials and private sector leaders. Students write a national security-oriented thesis. Civilian graduates are commissioned Lieutenant Colonels or Commanders in the Reserve Force. The curriculum focuses on the different dimensions of national security management namely: the socio-cultural, political-legal, economic, techno-scientific, environmental and military dimension.