- MARADMIN 054/19, The Convening of AY19–20 CDET CSC and EWS Blended Seminar Program Selection Board for Reserve Officers
- MARADMIN 575/15, TECOM Formal Schools Travel Support (FSTS) Program Guidance
Curricula Completion Reporting
Active and reserve Marines that complete CSCDEP courses on MarineNet will have their course completions (course and school code) sent automatically to their official military record in the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS). MMRP-20 will then pull the completions of the entire curricula from MCTFS, automatically generate a completion certificate, and post the certificate to each student's official military personnel file (OMPF). CDET will post copies of diplomas for distinguished graduates and blended seminar program graduates into their OMPF. Only a certificate is required; students are not required to input their diplomas into their OMPF records if a certificate already exists.
If the completion of the curriculum shows in MCTFS, but does not appear in OMPF, please contact CDET Student Support via the MarineNet help desk, option 2.
Per CDET policy letter 03-17, CSCDEP Equivalency Credit, Marines who are enrolled in or have completed the Naval War College course NW3230, Strategy & War, before will be given equivalency credit for CSCDEP course 8901, Theory and Nature of War.
Reserve Retirement Credits
Effective , reserve officers completing distance learning military courses will earn one reserve retirement credit for every four hours of study. Credits are granted upon completion of a course.
CSCDEP reserve retirement credits
CSCDEP provides students with Joint professional military education (JPME) Phase I instruction. It incorporates the direction of CJCSI 1800.01E, Officer Professional Military Education Policy, on the learning areas objectives and academic standards. Additionally, the instruction states that the completion of a joint accredited, intermediate level distance education program will meet JPME Phase I requirements for assignment to joint duty billets, eligibility for JPME Phase II, and nomination as a joint specialty officer (JSO). Therefore, CSCDEP graduates will be both PME complete for the grade of major and JPME Phase I complete.
School of Advanced Warfighting
Graduates of CSCDEP are eligible to compete for admission into the School of Advanced Warfighting (SAW). CSCDEP student admittance is highly competitive. If you have questions, contact your local regional office.
Master's Degrees and Certificates
CDET has partnered with several universities and colleges to provide credits to help graduates achieve a variety of master's degrees and certificates.
Marine Forces Reserve DMO ticketing procedures policy (18 KB)
Contact your local regional office for any information or guidance about CDET's distance education programs for officers.
Read about the Moodle learning management system or log into the CDET Moodle portal.
Several external resources are available to assist in your research or school work.
Information about the Command and Staff College resident program is available on the Marine Corps University website.
Transcripts can be obtained via MarineNet on the My Certificates page. You can print an unofficial copy, or you can request that an official transcript be sent to an educational institution, employer, or command.
Remember that Regional Culture and Language Familiarization (RCLF) is a requirement for PME completion.