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ARMY - AR 621-1

Advanced Education Programs and Requirements for Military Personnel

active, Most Current
Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 11 December 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 41
scope:

a. This regulation provides policies for full-time educational programs (fully-and partially-funded) for active duty commissioned, WOs, and NCOs, in civilian schools, institutions, commerce, or industry, at civilian institutions for Regular Army (RA) personnel.

(1) Fully-funded long course programs. While attending civilian schooling, personnel receive full pay and allowances with the majority of the tuition and other schooling costs being assumed by the U.S. Army. Soldiers attend school instead of performing usual military duties.

(2) Partially-funded long course programs. While pursuing a graduate degree the Soldier receives full pay and allowances with the majority of tuition and other schooling costs paid by the Soldier from personal funds and/or benefits to which the Soldier was entitled. Soldier attend school instead of performing usual military duties. Partially-funded include the Degree Completion and Cooperative Degree programs.

(3) Training with industry. Provides training and/or development of skills in U.S. private sector procedures and practices not available through existing military or ACS programs or other established training and education programs.

(4) Short course training at civilian institutions for Soldiers on active duty.

b. Study leading to a degree in religion, or theology, or programs sponsored by the Surgeon General are not covered by this regulation. For advanced medical or dental education refer to AR 351-3. For programs sponsored by the Chief of Chaplains refer to AR 165-1.

Purpose

This regulation establishes policies and assigns responsibilities and processes for full-time educational programs (fully-and partially-funded) for active duty commissioned, warrant officers (WOs) and noncommissioned officers (NCOs), in civilian schools, institutions, commerce, and training with industry (TWI), Service schools offering accredited degrees Section 4301, Title 10, United States Code (10 USC 4301).

Document History

AR 621-1
December 11, 2019
Advanced Education Programs and Requirements for Military Personnel
a. This regulation provides policies for full-time educational programs (fully-and partially-funded) for active duty commissioned, WOs, and NCOs, in civilian schools, institutions, commerce, or...
August 28, 2007
TRAINING OF MILITARY PERSONNEL AT CIVILIAN INSTITUTIONS
Applicability. This regulation applies to all agencies, activities, and Army commands or units directly under or dependent upon Headquarters, Department of the Army, for personnel support. Purpose...
August 20, 1999
TRAINING OF MILITARY PERSONNEL AT CIVILIAN INSTITUTIONS
A description is not available for this item.
October 15, 1984
TRAINING OF MILITARY PERSONNEL AT CIVILIAN INSTITUTIONS
A description is not available for this item.

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