Fort Leavenworth Adult Learning and Leadership Program
The Adult Learning and Leadership master’s degree program at Fort Leavenworth (KS) is a unique and challenging program with an international reputation for excellence. Knowledge gained by graduates of the program is in high demand by both military and civilian employers.
The program’s unique design provides working adult students invaluable interaction with professors and professionals in the field of adult learning and leadership with a schedule that works in conjunction with the Command and General Staff College's (CGSC) year of Intermediate Level Education (ILE). The Adult Learning and Leadership program at Fort Leavenworth also welcomes any military family members or government civilians within the Fort Leavenworth area to the program.
I hope the change to CGSC offering a master's degree does not distract people from this program. The content taught throughout the program undoubtedly helped me grow as a leader, aids how I communicate as an organizational leader and helped me better understand Soldiers and leaders in my Battalion.
Erick Balish, 2019 MS Graduate Adult Learning and Leadership
K-State offers a face-to-face program specifically designed and limited to those persons affiliated with Ft. Leavenworth. Cohorts begin in August for entering ILE students. Students may transfer credit from the ILE courses provided they were completed with a grade of “B” or better. Pass/fail credits will not transfer.
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Military who complete the Intermediate Level Education (ILE) through distance education may also complete the master's degree in Adult Learning and Leadership through the online delivery. Students may transfer credit from the ILE courses provided they were completed with a grade of “B” or better. Pass/fail credits will not transfer.