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Advanced School Seminar Program

College of Distance Education and Training

The Advanced School Seminar Program is a career level fifteen-week course for Marine gunnery sergeants that enhances the practical application of knowledge and skills gained from the distance education program. The focus of this course is to increase the students' ability to translate policy into action while positively influencing the command climate. Advanced School Seminar Program students will also sharpen their communication and decision-making skills while being immersed in the organizational planning process of the Marine Corps.

Lessons

Eligibility and Enrollment

The Advanced School Seminar Program is available to gunnery sergeants and gunnery sergeant selects who have completed the Advanced Course DEP on MarineNet (EPME7000BA). ASSP (or the resident Advanced School course) is a PME requirement for promotion from gunnery sergeant to master sergeant or first sergeant. Read about the enrollment process.

Schedules

MARADMIN 262/21, Academic Year 2022 Class Dates for the Enlisted College Distance Education Seminar Programs, announces the AY22 class dates and course prerequisites for the Advanced School Seminar Program.

All students will be assigned an instructor and will attend the seminar at a specified location or asynchronously online. ASSP consists of a 15-week program, students meeting one night per week or one weekend per month. The following are ASSP course schedules for each schedule type. Schedules for individual seminars are provided by region.

Weekday and Online:

  1. AY22 ASSP Weekly Schedule

Weekend:

  1. AY22 ASSP Weekend Schedule
  2. AY22 Fall Cycle Weekend ECDEP Schedule

Completion Benefits

Higher Education

The American Council on Education (ACE) has not yet reviewed the ASSP curriculum for recommended college degree credits.

Resources

Contact us for any information or guidance about CDET's seminar-based distance education programs for enlisted Marines.

Read about the Moodle learning management system or log into the MarineNet Moodle portal.

Several external resources are available to assist in your research or school work.

Transcripts can be obtained via MarineNet.