Retired Army Gen. Keith Alexander will deliver the commencement address to National Intelligence University graduates on July 25.
Alexander retired in March after a 30-year military career, which included service as director of the National Security Agency from 2005-2014 and as the first commander of the U.S. Cyber Command.
NIU President Dr. David Ellison expects to present diplomas to approximately 250 graduating students from around the intelligence and national security communities as they cross the stage to receive one of the university’s three degrees: Master of Science of Strategic Intelligence, Master of Science and Technology Intelligence, or Bachelor of Science in Intelligence.
NIU is an accredited degree-granting institution whose main campus is located in Washington, DC. Its faculty consists of subject matter experts from around the intelligence community who bring a wealth of knowledge and practical experience, as well as academic qualifications, to the classroom.
NIU offers two master’s programs, a bachelor’s degree completion program and specialized certificates in intelligence topics. Its alumni include many notable intelligence and national security leaders.