Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education (SEJPME)

The SEJPME Course is designed to expose enlisted personnel to joint education and prepare them to succeed by improving their ability to operate effectively as part of a future joint force and supervise multiple Service members.


 

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We are pleased that you are interested in taking the Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education (SEJPME) Course offered online by the Joint Forces Staff College (JFSC).

  1. This web-based application is quick and easy to simplify your application experience.
  2. Please remember all application/ registration materials *must* be submitted to JFSC by the stated deadlines.
  3. Please follow the below steps to complete your application.
  4. Incomplete applications will delay or void your start date.
Thank you for choosing to apply to JFSC.

APPLICATION/REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Read Before You Register!

SEJPME website: Familiarize yourself with the information about the SEJPME Course presented on the website before you register.

Eligibility:

  1. U.S. components (Active duty, Reserves, Guard).
  2. U.S. Federal Government agencies.
  3. International military students.

International Students (non-U.S. citizen): - Contact the International Military Student Office (IMSO) via e-mail at IMSO@ndu.edu for additional information and registration instructions.

Course Prerequisites:

  1. Only personnel of rank E-7 (E-6 for USMC and USAF) and above are permitted to take this course. Selectees are not eligible. There are no waivers for rank requirements.
  2. Students should have completed their rank required Service PME prior to registering in this course.

Auditing the Course: There is no auditing of this course (attending a class informally, not for academic credit). All enrolled students are expected to complete the course within 90 days, no extensions.

Cost: There is no application fee or cost for the course for U.S. Armed Forces personnel or U.S. Government Civilians. However, there is a cost for international students; please contact imso@ndu.edu for registration information.

Application/Registration Deadlines: Course application/registration takes place during the month prior to the start of the course. Registration closes at midnight (Eastern Time) each month. Late registrations are not permitted.

Completion Deadline: The student must complete the course including passing the exam within 90 days from the course start date. No extensions are authorized.

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY

Individuals that enroll in the online SEJPME Course are in fact formally enrolling into the college as a student. As a student attending JFSC and taking the SEJPME Course via distance learning course delivery methods, you are expected to maintain the same standards of conduct and discipline that would be expected of any student enrolling in one of our resident courses or a similar formal course within your service or agency.

The following is an excerpt of the College Academic Policy (JFSC Policy Directive 2: Joint Forces Staff College Student Handbook. April 2008.) about academic integrity:

Statement of Policy: This policy is applicable to all faculty, staff, and students of the Joint Forces Staff College (JFSC). JFSC has zero tolerance for academic dishonesty. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, obtaining or giving aid on an examination, having unauthorized prior knowledge of an examination; unauthorized collaboration; multiple submissions; and plagiarism.

Explanation of Academic Dishonesty

Cheating on Examinations

(1) Definition. Cheating is using or attempting to use materials, information, notes, study aids, or other assistance in any type of examination or evaluation which have not been authorized by the instructor.

(2) Clarification

(a) Students completing any type of examination or evaluation are prohibited from looking at another students materials and from using external aids of any sort (e.g., books, notes, electronic devices, and conversation with others) unless the instructor has indicated specifically in advance that this will be allowed.

(b) Students may not take examinations or evaluations in the place of other persons. Students may not allow other persons to take examinations or evaluations in their places.

(c) Students may not acquire unauthorized information about an examination or evaluation and may not use any such information improperly acquired by others.

Complicity

(1) Definition. Complicity is assisting or attempting to assist another person in any act of academic dishonesty.

(2) Clarification

(a) Students are encouraged to collaborate extensively in preparing for examinations; however, once an examination begins, students may not allow others to copy their work.

(b) Students may not assist other students in acts of academic dishonesty by providing material of any kind that one may have reason to believe will be misrepresented to an instructor or other college official.

(c) Students may not provide substantive information about test questions or the material to be tested before a scheduled examination unless they have been specifically authorized to do so by the course instructor.

Disenrollment Policies and Procedures

Academic Disenrollment

A student identified as having continued academic difficulties or other issues impacting their continued engagement in academics shall be considered for academic disenrollment. Due to the unique nature of JFSCs non-resident program, this policy varies for resident and non-resident students.

(2) Non-resident programs.

Non-resident programs

(a) Students may be disenrolled for nonparticipation or may request disenrollment for operational, personal, or medical reasons.

(b) The [Director], JCDES, with input from the [Program Manager, SEJPME Course], shall determine if the student, upon disenrollment, shall remain eligible for re-enrollment in a later class. Typically, students who are disenrolled for failure to participate shall not be eligible to reenroll in the course; however, each decision shall be made on a case-by-case basis.

Disciplinary Disenrollment of Students

(1) Any person having knowledge of commission of an offense punishable under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), federal and/or civil law is to forward a written statement of the circumstances of the offense to the students Senior Service Representative (SSR) or to Dean of Academic Affairs (DAA) for civilian and international students. A copy of the report is given to the Chief of Staff (COS), DAA, appropriate School Director, and SC or Dept C, STL for comment.

(2) The COS designates an officer to investigate the charges who then forwards a recommendation to the Commandant (CMDT) for disposition.

(3) When the CMDT directs disenrollment, Registrar and Personnel Administration Department (RPAD) is notified and initiates academic evaluation reports as required and advises the sponsoring Service of disenrollment.

NOTE: Student Access and Online Activity - The learning management system (LMS) that is used to deliver SEJPME Course learning materials and tests track and record student activity while online. This includes but is not limited to enrollment or disenrollment and completion dates, length of time in learning modules and time on tests. This and other tracked and recorded information may be used as evidence of any suspected violations of the College Academic Policy and in disciplinary actions taken either by JFSC or students parent organizations.

APPLICATION / REGISTRATION STEPS

1. Application Form

Complete the application (registration) form. Simply click on the link/button "New Student Registration Application Form" located below.

All fields throughout the application are required.

Your application must be submitted electronically as part of the application process.

Email addresses - two different addresses are required. One should be non-DOD/Gov. The primary email address you list will be what is used to contact you regarding the course. Please ensure you enter an accurate address.

After you submit the application, no changes can be made. Please ensure your name is spelled correctly, as this is how it appears on the certificate of completion.

2. Submit your Application Electronically

Clicking on the "Submit Survey" button will allow us to begin processing your application.

By submitting an application, you are officially certifying that the information in the application and associated materials is current, complete, and accurate to the best of your knowledge. It also certifies that you have read the related material located online about the course and understand the JFSC academic integrity policy.

Misrepresentation, providing false data, and academic integrity violations are all grounds for immediate dismissal and disciplinary action under the UCMJ.

JFSC investigates and may report to legitimately interested parties discrepancies in information, attempts to subvert the admission process, and any other irregular matter that occurs in connection with application activities. Certain laws, rules, and the UCMJ do apply.

NOTE: There may be delays if there are other students submitting applications at the same time; please be patient. When the registration window opens, as many as 1,000 other students will also begin registering.

3. Next Steps

Once you have submitted your application, please watch for an immediate statement of application receipt. (The automated message - it is NOT an email, it appears in a new window - will come from a third party, the software company - that was used to create the application form. This message means that your application has been received by JFSC.)

An email notification of acceptance into the course and information on how to activate your Blackboard (Bb) Student User ID will be emailed to the email address you provide on the application. This email will arrive no later than the first day of the class.

Important Note!

Many e-mail messages from JFSC are sent simultaneously to multiple applicants. Some e-mail providers use filters to ensure that you do not receive spam (junk e -mail). In some cases, these filters can prevent email from JFSC from appearing in your inbox. If you have the option, add ndu.edu as a "safe" domain from which you would like to receive messages. It is your responsibility to ensure that you do not miss emails from JFSC because they were sent to your junk email folder.
*If the "New Student Registration Application Form" button is deactivated, please check the "JFSC Course Schedules & Registration Information" web page for information and updates.

Need Help? Questions or Problems?

For U.S. Student Registration assistance, contact Registrar: email - SEJPME-Registrar@ndu.edu

For International Student Registration contact IMSO: email - IMSO@jfsc.ndu.edu

Tech Note:

If you are unable to connect to the registration page after you have clicked the "NEW Student Registration" button, please check to ensure that the proper settings are selected for your internet browser:

For the Internet Explorer - IE browser: ensure that the "Use TLS 1.0" option has been selected under Tools >>> Internet Options >>> Advanced tab.

For the Mozilla Firefox browser: ensure that the "Use TLS 1.0" option is selected under Tools >>> Options >>> Advanced >>> Encryption Tab.

Once you have confirmed these Internet Option settings, please try the "NEW Student Registration" button again.

Notes:

  1. If the "New Student Registration Application Form" button is deactivated, please check the "SEJPME Course Schedules & Registration Information" web page for information and updates.
  2. If you receive an "error" message after clicking the "New Student Registration" button, then your military information network security protocol is likely blocking the loading of the form. In this case, please attempt to apply from a personal or public computer or device. Not all military networks block the form, but some do. We cannot control this and apologize for the inconvenience.


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Last Updated: 13 November 2014