Professional Continuing Education (PCE) - electives offered at either AWC or ACSC:
Professional Military Education (PME) - electives offered at either AWC or ACSC:
The Functional Mission Analysis-Cyber (FMA-C) course applies JP 5-0 concepts of Operational Design and Mission Analysis to cyberspace operations. The course bridges the gap between network operations and the five core missions of the Air Force. Students will learn critical and strategic thinking skills and apply them according to the Functional Mission Analysis methodology to address mission assurance beyond compliance. Students will begin the transition to a warfighting mindset necessary to "fight the network" as a weapon system.
For those that have attended our FMA-C course, we offer https://community.apan.org/wg/air_university/af-cyber-college/fma-c/ (APAN website to stay up to speed on FMA-C updates and MDT/CPT lessons learned)
Leadership skills for the competitive information environment and cyberspace domain.
APPLICATION IS CLOSED - DEADLINE OCTOBER 15TH, 2021.
The Air Force Cyber College combines the unique mission and educational expertise of AFCC and the National Cryptologic School to equip participants to lead and develop the nation’s cadre of cyber professionals and influence U.S. information and cyberspace policy, strategy, and power.
Cyber Leadership is currently offered as a part-time, online 12-month program with fully online class meetings up to twice weekly (one synchronous and 1 asynchronous meeting) from 4 January to 13 December 2022. Students who complete the course series will receive Professional Continuing Education (PCE) credit from Air University. They may also be eligible to receive a certificate from the NSA’s National Cryptologic School Commandant and continuing professional education (CPE) units toward the maintenance of professional certifications.
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LANGUAGE INTENSIVE TRAINING EVENTS (LITE)
The Air Force Culture and Language Center’s Language Intensive Training Events (LITEs) immerse Language Enabled Airman Program (LEAP) scholars in culturally complex settings. These events place the Airman in a traditional school, university studies program, or advanced setting such as an international training event or workshop with the goal of enhancing language proficiency.
In July 2021, the Air Force Cyber College co-hosted Cyber LITE with the Air Force Culture and Language Center in collaboration with the US Air Force Academy and Defense Language Institute. Students included LEAP scholars with Chinese Mandarin, Russian and German language skills who have career-related ties to cyber operations or an academic background in cyber studies. By combining language proficiency and cyberspace educational content, Cyber LITE prepares language enabled Airmen and Guardians for strategic competition.
Cyber LITE (Language Intensive Training Event)
Col. David Bosko, commandant, Air Force Cyber College, leads a discussion with Air Force and Space Force Language Enabled Airmen Program scholars attending the Cyber Language Intensive Training Event course, July 22, 2021, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. Cyber LITE is a strategic competition course co-sponsored by the Air Force Culture and Language Center and Air Force Cyber College for advanced language proficiency LEAP scholars who have career-related ties to cyber operations or an academic background in cyber studies. (U.S. Air Force photo by Melanie Rodgers Cox)