Transnational Security Cooperation

The Transnational Security Cooperation (TSC) Course provides an educational experience that looks at a comprehensive array of transnational security threats related to geopolitical dynamics, maritime order, environmental security, resource scarcity, emerging technologies, terrorism, governance, cybersecurity, economic security, and demographic and developmental issues. This course promotes the construction and expansion of networks related to multilateral security cooperation in the Indo-Pacific among executive security practitioners representing national government agencies and regional entities. TSC is a one-week course that is offered twice a year.

  • MASL: SAP0003
  • Eligibility: Executive grade U.S. and international military and civilian official officials (08-09, SES, and equivalents)
  • Duration: 1-week
  • Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate and Alumni Status
  • Course Description
TSC 21-3 detailed information