http://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1406-0023MC-1406-0023MCI-0033FUNDAMENTALS OF MARINE CORPS LEADERSHIPDesigned to help new or prospective NCOs master the difficult art of leadership. The course also gives examples of and procedures for effective leadership in garrison and combat situations. This course serves as a foundation of the PME building block program. Designed for Pvt-LCpl in all MOSs. An electronic exam is available for this course at any Learning Resource Center.1LLSupervisory managementhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1406-0028MC-1406-0028MCI-001THE PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUCTION FOR THE MARINE NCOProvides NCOs with a basic background of learning theories, techniques, and procedures to prepare them to become effective instructors. Designed for LCpl-Sgt in all MOSs. An electronic test is available for this course at any Learning Resource Center.3LLInstructional methodologyhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1406-0043MC-1406-0043MCI-0034FUNDAMENTALS OF MARINE CORPS LEADERSHIP (CD VERSION)CD based version of MCI 0033 Fundamentals of Marine Corps Leadership. The purpose of this course is to provide the Marine with an introduction to the principles of effective leadership as exercised in the military. An electronic test is available for this course at any Learning Resource Center.1LLSupervisory managementhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1406-0044MC-1406-0044MCI-0035FUNDAMENTALS OF MARINE CORPS LEADERSHIP (WEB VERSION)A web-based version of MCI 0033 Fundamentals of Marine Corps Leadership. The purpose of this course is to provide the Marine with an introduction to the principles of effective leadership as exercised within a military setting. An electronic test is available for this course at any Learning Resource Center.1LLSupervisory managementhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1406-0032MC-1406-0032MCI-0112COUNSELING FOR MARINESProvides the fundamentals of counseling for Marines. It also addresses planning and conducting a counseling session. Designed for all ranks and MOSs.2LLCounseling principles and educationhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1403-0021MC-1403-0021MCI-0138ORDER WRITING CLERKPrepares Marines for the job of publications clerk at the unit or commodity level.1LLRecord keepinghttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1406-0041MC-1406-0041MCI-0143LEGAL ADMINISTRATION CLERKProvides an introduction to investigations and administrative procedures for processing the unit punishment book, absentees, and deserters. Designed for Pvt-GySgt in the 01 occupational field.3LLLegal record keepinghttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1606-0010MC-1606-0010MCI-0210TERRORISM AWARENESS FOR MARINESProvides instruction on how individual Marines can best protect themselves and their families in a terrorist enviroment. Gives guidance on what to expect and how to survive in a terrorist situation. Designed for all Marines.1LLIntroduction to terrorismhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1606-0016MC-1606-0016MCI-0214TERRORISM AWARENESS FOR MARINES (CD VERSION)CD-based interactive courseware version of MCI 0210B, Terrorism Awareness for Marines. This course covers the following topics: terrorism basics, terrorist groups by region, terrorism and you, and U.S. policy. Designed to increase terrorism awareness of Marines and their families to reduce their vulnerability to terrorism when deployed to a high terrorism threat region. Designed for all Marines. An electronic exam is available for this course at any Learning Resource Center.1LLIntroduction to terrorismhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-2204-0136MC-2204-0136MCI-0335INFANTRY PATROLLINGAn introductory course on planning, preparing, and conducting infantry patrols. Designed for Pvt-Sgt in the 03 occupational field.1LLPhysical educationhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-2204-0152MC-2204-0152MCI-0370THE MARINE RIFLEMAN: COMBAT SKILLSProvides the individual rifleman with basic instruction on fire and movement, defense, cover and concealment, communications, and security and intelligence. Designed for Pvt-Sgt in all MOSs.3ULSmall unit tactics/Military sciencehttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1601-0052MC-1601-0052MCI-0381LAND NAVIGATIONProvides land navigation instruction including navigating with a map and a compass, route planning and preparation, and navigating by natural means.3LLLand navigation/Military science/Orienteeringhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1408-0030MC-1408-0030MCI-045THE LOGISTICS/EMBARKATION SPECIALISTProvides instruction on the basic duties of a logistics clerk. Introduces logistics, general administration, supply, maintenance, transportation, and ground safety. Designed for Pvt-Sgt in MOS 0431.1LLRecords managementhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1732-0003MC-1732-0003MCI-1122REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER PURIFICATION UNITProvides instruction in the operation and maintenance of the Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Unit under both normal and unusual operating conditions. Designed for Pvt-SSgt in MOS 1171.3VAWater treatment plant operationhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1714-0020MC-1714-0020MCI-1141MARINE ELECTRICIANPresents the principles of electricity and electrical safety, and describes the tools necessary to perform the duties of the Marine electrician. Includes electrical equipment topics such as generators, the dummy load, the flood light unit, and the mobile electric power distribution system (MEPDS). Designed for Pvt-SSgt in MOS 1141.1VAElectric power systemshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1715-0132MC-1715-0132MCI-1142SOLID-STATE DEVICESProvides instruction on semiconductor diodes, transistors, special devices, and solid-state power supplies that relate to the electrical field. Designed for Cpl-SSgt in MOS 1142.3 2VA LLIntroduction to solid state devices Survey of electronic deviceshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1730-0005MC-1730-0005MCI-1161FUNDAMENTALS OF REFRIGERATIONProvides instruction on the fundamentals of refrigeration, refrigerants and lubricants, refrigeration controls, and air conditioning methods. Designed for Pvt-SSgt in MOS 1161.3VAFundamentals of refrigerationhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1710-0048MC-1710-0048MCI-1169UTILITIES OFFICER/CHIEFProvides instruction in several diverse topics related to the duties of a utilities officer/chief. The topics include electrical principles, power distribution systems, refrigeration principles and troubleshooting, water purification, and camp hygiene. Designed for SSgt-WO in occupational field 11.1 1 1LL LL LLBasic electrical distribution systems Basic refrigeration Basic water supply systemshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1712-0010MC-1712-0010MCI-1321FUNDAMENTALS OF DIESEL ENGINES (CD VERSION)CD version of MCI 1335C, Fundamentals of Diesel Engines. Provides basic instruction on diesel engine function and repair. Covers basic principles of diesel engine operation, performance, injection, and control. Designed for Pvt-Sgt in MOS 1341. Also designed for those in the 11, 18, 21, and 35 occupational fields who work extensively with diesel engines. An electronic exam is available for this course at any Learning Resource Center.2LLFundamentals of the diesel engine with emphases on diesel fuel delivery principleshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1601-0016MC-1601-0016MCI-1328ENGINEER EQUIPMENT CHIEFProvides instruction to all Marines having supervisory leadership duties in the engineering field. This course also discusses engineer equipment estimations and project planning for equipment operations. This course is designed for SSgt- MGySgt who are assigned the MOS of 1316, 1341, 1345, 1349, and 1391.3LLConstruction planninghttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1723-0008MC-1723-0008MCI-1332METAL WORKING AND WELDING OPERATIONSProvides instruction on operating and maintaining welding equipment and sheet metal machines. Covers the welding process, identifying metals, heat treatment of metals and alloys, and repairing and restoring damaged sheet metal and equipment. Designed for Pvt-Cpl in MOSs 1316, 2161, and 3513.1 1 1LL LL LLArc welding Gas welding processes Sheet metal forming processeshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1107-0001MC-1107-0001MCI-1334MATH FOR MARINESProvides a math review. Includes integers, solving simple algebraic equations, word problems, and finding square roots. Covers formulas for finding areas, volumes, and the Pythagorean theorem. This course also presents the history and principles behind each subject. Designed for all Marines.3VAFundamentals of mathematicshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1712-0007MC-1712-0007MCI-1343DIESEL ENGINE MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTINGProvides the Marine mechanic an updated refresher training on maintenance, troubleshooting problems, and procedures for seven diesel engines. Includes three handbooks on troubleshooting logic. Designed for Cpl-SSgt in MOS 1341.3VADiesel diagnosis and troubleshooting procedures with special emphasis on multimeter usehttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1715-0136MC-1715-0136MCI-2515ANTENNA CONSTRUCTION AND PROPAGATION OF RADIO WAVESProvides instruction on radio wave theory, antenna construction, and Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis Center (ECAC) services. Designed for Pvt- GySgt in the 25 and 28 occupational fields.1LLIntroduction to antenna theory and construction or electronic communicationshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1715-0194MC-1715-0194MCI-2820ELECTRONIC MATHEMATICS FOR MARINESProvides foundation in advanced algebraic mathematics to prepare Marines for studies at the senior progression schools in the electronics maintenance and engineer occupational fields. Although not a requirement, it is recommended that students take MCI 13.34, Math for Marines, or have the equivalent knowledge before enrolling in this course.3VAIntroductory algebrahttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1715-0184MC-1715-0184MCI-286FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL LOGICProvides instruction on binary arithmetic and Boolean algebra. Discusses non-logic and transistor logic circuits. Designed for PFC-LCpl in the 28, 59, and 66 occupational fields.2LLIntroduction to digital logichttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1405-0046MC-1405-0046MCI-301BASIC WAREHOUSINGProvides instruction in storage activities, types of supply units, and storage facilities. Covers proper stock locations, material-handling procedures, and field-warehousing operations. Designed for Pvt-Sgt in MOSs 3043, 3051, and 3052.1LLPhysical distributionhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1405-0021MC-1405-0021MCI-303WAREHOUSING OPERATIONSProvides instruction in the fundamentals of laying out storage areas for various commodities as well as, computing storage space and material-handling equipment requirements. Covers procedures used in preserving, packaging, packing, and marking military supplies and equipment. Designed for Cpl-SSgt in MOS 3051 and 3052.2 2VA LLWarehousing Physical distribution or transportation managementhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1729-0038MC-1729-0038MCI-334FOOD SERVICE FUNDAMENTALSProvides basic instructions in sanitation, personal hygiene, food-borne illnesses, and the proper use and handling of food service equipment. Designed for Pvt-LCpl in MOS 3381.1LLFood service operationshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1401-0009MC-1401-0009MCI-3420PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTProvides instruction in basic financial planning. Topics include: developing personal spending plans, military pay system, use of credit and debt recovery, choosing a financial institution, various legal issues, checkbook management, consumer awareness, insurance buying, housing issues, basic investing and retirement planning. Designated for all Marines.3LLPersonal financehttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1401-0016MC-1401-0016MCI-3422BASIC PAY AND ALLOWANCESDesigned to aid the Marine in auditing authorized allowances and deductions for pay purposes. This course is based on DODFMR 7000.14R, Department of Defense Financial Management Regulations: Military Pay, Policy, and Procedures, Volume 7, dated 1996. Designed for Pvt-Sgt who are assigned duties as disbursing clerks or in an allied field, such as command, administrative, or career counselors.1LLBusiness administrationhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1703-0031MC-1703-0031MCI-3525TACTICAL MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL AND EXHAUST SYSTEMSTeaches the identification and inspection of the fuel and exhaust systems of the tactical motor transport vehicles in service with the USMC. Designed for Pvt-Sgt in MOSs 3521 and 3522.2LLCarburetion and diesel fuel systemshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1408-0031MC-1408-0031MCI-3538DISPATCHING PROCEDURES FOR MOTOR TRANSPORTProvides instruction in the proper procedures for dispatching tactical and commercial vehicles. Discusses various forms used to dispatch vehicles. Designed for Pvt-Sgt in the 35 occupational field.1LLRecords managementhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1710-0004MC-1710-0004MCI-602THEORY AND CONSTRUCTION OF GAS TURBINE ENGINESProvides training on the basic theory of gas turbine engines, turbine engine construction, and engine operation and maintenance. Also discusses turbine engine induction, exhaust, fuel metering, ignition, cooling, and fire protection subsystems. Designed for PFC-Sgt in MOSs 6011, 6018, 6025, 6111, 6118, and 6128.2VATurbine engine theory, maintenance, and operationhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1406-0055MC-1406-0055MCI-6002AVIATION MAINTENANCE WORKCENTER SUPERVISORAddresses the three fundamentals areas of responsibility that most center supervisors encounter in performance of their duties: Directive Programs, Saftey Oriented Programs, Tools and Material Upkeep Programs. Designed for LCpl-Sgt who are or may be assigned as an aviation maintenenace work center supervisor.3LLIntroduction to supervisionhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1704-0010MC-1704-0010MCI-6001AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE NCOProvides instruction in the functions of organizational and intermediate maintenance activities. Discusses the publications, records, and forms along with typical OMA operations. Designed for Pvt-Sgt in the 60, 61, 63, 64, and 65 occupational fields.2 1LL LLAircraft maintenance technician Industrial safetyhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1728-0007MC-1728-0007MCI-582CORRECTIONS SUPERVISORProvides instruction in job fundamentals of the corrections supervisor. Covers physical security, custody, control, staffing of a ship's brig, and dealing with bomb threats. Designed for Cpl-SSgt working3LLCorrectionshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1728-0013MC-1728-0013MCI-5812MILITARY POLICE INTERVIEW/INTERROGATION FORMSAddresses the rules and regulations for completing interview/interrogation forms used in the Marine Corps. Places emphasis on standardized completion of forms. Places special emphasis on obtaining complete statements through a systematic approach from the interview/interrogation to the completion of each form. Designed for Pvt-GySgt in MOS 5811.1VAReport writinghttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1728-0014MC-1728-0014MCI-581CORRECTIONSProvides instruction in brig policy and staff composition, security, contraband, and on the general responsibilities of the corrections specialist. Designed for Pvt-Sgt in MOS 5831 and for on-thejob trainees.3LLCorrectionshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1703-0039MC-1703-0039MCI-3580AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRIntroduces the skills and knowledge required to repair and maintain the automotive engine. Covers the diagnostic/troubleshooting techniques and the duties associated with inspecting, testing, and servicing the automotive engine. Designed for Pvt-Sgt in MOS 3521.2LLMaintenance and repair of automotive engineshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1401-0017MC-1401-0017MCI-3425PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (CD Version)CD-based version of MCI 3420E, Personal Financial Management. Provides instruction for using a personal budget for individual financial planning. Covers financial organizations, checking accounts, savings accounts, and the direct deposit system. Provides guidance for establishing good credit, obtaining loans, making major purchases, and keeping orderly personal financial records. Designed for all Pvt-MSgt in all MOSs.1LLPersonal financehttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-2204-0145MC-2204-0145MCI-0321THE M240G MACHINEGUNNERInstruction in this course includes fundamental and advanced principles of employing the M240G machinegun in tactical situations, including the following: basic marksmanship, offensive/defensive employment, night/low visibility, and engaging moving targets including anti-air defense. Designed for Pvt-Sgt in MOS 0331 or for those who may be required to perform duties as a machinegunner or lead a machinegun team.1LLSmall arms/gunsmithing (Must Complete 5 Small Arms Courses)http://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1606-0006MC-1606-0006MCI-0366MILITARY OPERATIONS IN URBAN TERRAINProvides instruction in conducting offensive and defensive operations in urban terrain settings. Designed for use by Marines in the grades Pvt-GySgt who are assigned to the 03 occupational field.1LLSmall arms/gunsmithing (Must Complete 5 Small Arms Courses)http://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-2204-0168MC-2204-0168MCI-0368THE HEAVY MACHINEGUN CREWMANProvides an introduction to Marine Corps heavy machineguns: M2 heavy barrel .50 caliber and the MK19 40mm. Covers characteristics, nomenclature, assembly and disassembly, ammunition, gun lay, maintenance, and immediate action procedures. Designed for all heavy machinegunners, Pvt-Sgt.1LLSmall arms/gunsmithing (Must Complete 5 Small Arms Courses)http://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-2204-0146MC-2204-0146MCI-0372THE MARINE RIFLEMAN: WEAPONSProvides the individual rifleman with a basic knowledge of weapons at the fire team level. This course emphasizes operator maintenance assembly and disassembly and immediate action procedures. This course also provides instruction concerning engagement, grenade and pyrotechnic employment, and landmine installation. Designed for Pvt-Sgt in the 03 occupational field.1LLSmall arms/gunsmithing (Must Complete 5 Small Arms Courses)http://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-2204-0101MC-2204-0101MCI-0382INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER: WEAPONS AND FIRE SUPPORTProvides instruction on the weapons organic to the infantry battalion and covers the capabilities and limitations of artillery, naval gunfire, and close air support. Also discusses call for fire adjustment procedures for indirect fire support. Designed for Cpl-Sgt in the 03 occupational field.1LLSmall arms/gunsmithing (Must Complete 5 Small Arms Courses)http://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-2204-0100MC-2204-0100MCI-0383INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER: SQUAD TACTICSProvides instruction in combat planning, fire support, and offensive and defensive operations at the squad level. Provides situational problems to increase the student's knowledge of problem solving and decisionmaking. Designed for LCpl-Sgt in MOS 0311.1LLSmall arms/gunsmithing (Must Complete 5 Small Arms Courses)http://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1606-0017MC-1606-0017MCI-0215TERRORISM AWARENESS (WEB VERSION)Web-based version of MCI 0210B, Terrorism Awareness for Marines. This course covers the following topics: terrorism basics, terrorist groups by region, terrorism and you, and U.S. policy. Designed to increase terrorism awareness of Marines and their families to reduce their vulnerability to terrorism when deployed to a high terrorism threat region. Designed for all Marines. An electronic exam is available for this course at any Learning Resource Center.1LLIntroduction to terrorismhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1408-0025MC-1408-0025MCI-8800PME: COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM (CSCDEP)PURPOSE The CSCDEP introduces officers to the study of the art of war. This program teaches the relationships between the strategic, operational, and tactical levels of war. Its focus is on the Marine Expeditionary Force as the Marine warfighting command within a joint or combined command. CSCDEP also develops the student's ability to effectively communicate strategies and decisions to the operating forces. This instruction parallels the core curriculum of the resident Marine Corps Command and Staff College. Officers selected to the rank of major are eligible to enroll in this program. Majors must attend the Marine Corps Command and Staff College or attend another services equivalent college in residence or complete the CSCDEP, or complete another services equivalent DEP to be considered PME complete for their grade. For those majors who attend or participate in a sister service intermediate-level school, see the requirements for the 8845 Program (page 45). ELIGIBILITY Marine Corps captains (03) and CWO-3. May enroll in CSCDEP 8800. Marine Corps majors (04) and CWO-4. Mandatory enrollment in CSCDEP 8800. SNCOs E-7-9 must request a waiver through the Enlisted PME Branch, MCU, TECOM, Quantico, Virginia. Sister Service 03 selectees and above. See page 7 for enrollment directions. International officers - 04 selects and above. See page 7 for enrollment directions. Federal government employees - GS-12 and above. See page 7 for enrollment directions. PREREQUISITE Marine Corps Captains (0-3). Completion of EWS resident school or the EWSDEP 8650 course. Marine Corps SNCOs E-7-9 must be PME complete through EWS.3 3 3 3 3 3UL UL UL UL GL GLInternational Relations Military Studies Organization Management Planning Theory and Nature of War Military History/Evolution of Strategic Thought National Security Studieshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-1717-0015MC-1717-0015MCI-8650PME: EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE SCHOOL DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM (EWSDEP)The Expeditionary Warfare School Distance Education Program (EWSDEP) is required for captains by MCO P1553.4a. The program is designed as the "Keystone PME" to prepare company-grade officers to have the tools to lead and succeed in the 21st century Marine Corps. REQUIREMENT EWSDEP First Half (8651 – 8654) is required of all Marine Corps chief warrant officers (CWO-03) and of captains (03) who have not previously completed the resident or distance education program (DEP) career-level PME. Marine Corps captains selected for a sister service resident career-level school must complete the EWSDEP (8650). EWSDEP Second Half (8655 – 8657) is a continuation of the 8650 PME for CWO-3s and captains. The entire 8650 series must be completed to meet the PME criteria. ELIGIBILITY Marine Corps 1st lieutenants (02) and CWO-2. May enroll in EWSDEP 8650. Marine Corps captains (03) and CWO-3. Mandatory enrollment in EWSDEP 8650. Sister Service 02 and 03. May enroll in EWSDEP 8650. SNCOs E-7-9 must request a waiver through the Enlisted PME Branch, Marine Corps University, Training and Education Command, Quantico, Virginia. PREREQUISITE Completion of all enlisted PME programs for SNCOs.3 3 6 3 3 6 3 3 3 3LL LL LL UL UL UL GL GL GL GLTechnical writing Introduction to communications Military science Leadership Operations research Management Personnel management Project planning Wargaming/military strategy Command and control OR information managementhttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC 2204-0142MC-2204-0142MCI-8200PME: STAFF NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS ADVANCED DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM (SNCOADEP)PURPOSE The SNCOADEP builds on the SNCOCDEP curriculum with the specific purpose of developing the senior SNCO’s ability to manage company level unit training responsibilities. Content of this program is broader in scope than the career course and provides a more advanced level of professional military education. This program is the prerequisite for gunnery sergeants and gunnery sergeants selects to attend the Resident SNCO Advanced Course. ELIGIBILITY Staff sergeants and above PREREQUISITE Staff sergeants must have successfully completed the SNCOCDEP.3LLMilitary sciencehttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-2204-0174MC-2204-0174MCI-8100PME: STAFF NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS CAREER DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM (SNCOCDEP)PURPOSE The SNCOCDEP builds on the SDEP curriculum with the specific purpose of developing effective Marine SNCOs. The course emphasizes leadership and the basic mechanics of training management. Completion of this program is a prerequisite for staff sergeants and staff sergeant selects to attend the Resident SNCO Career Course. Completion is a requirement for promotion to gunnery sergeant. ELIGIBILITY USMC sergeants and above Other services - E6 and above PREREQUISITE Marine sergeants must have successfully completed the SDEP.1 3LL LLLeadership or decision making Military science or office procedureshttp://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu/ShowAceCourses.asp?aceid=MC-0602-0002MC-0602-0002MCI-8010PME: SERGEANTS DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM (SDEP)PURPOSE The SDEP is the initial block of enlisted distance professional military education (PME). The curriculum is designed to develop the leadership, communications, and analytical thinking skills necessary to become an effective NCO. This program is the prerequisite for sergeants to attend the resident Sergeant's Course and is a requirement for promotion to staff sergeant. ELIGIBILITY USMC - corporals and above Other services - E-6 and above PREREQUISITES Non-commissioned officers who have successfully completed MCI 0381C, Land Navigation (paper version) or MCI Additional ACE IDs associated with this course: MC 1408-0033 MC 2204-0128 MC 2204-0129 MC 2204-0130 MC 2204-01311 2 1 2 1 1LL LL LL LL LL LLEnglish Principles of management Military studies or military science Military studies or military science Military studies or military science Military studies or military science