The Marshall Center's College of International and Security Studies offers military and civilian officials five resident programs that focus on democratic defense management and national, regional and international security:
- the 10-week Program in Advanced Security Studies (PASS)
- the five-week Program on Terrorism and Security Studies (PTSS)
- the one-week Senior Executive Seminar (SES )
- the three-week Program on Security Sector Capacity Building (SSCB)
- the three-week Seminar on Transatlantic Civil Security (STACS)
- the three-week Seminar on Regional Security (SRS)
- the two-week Seminar on Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction/Terrorism (SCWMD/T )
A five-week specialized English course, the Combating Terrorism Language Program, (CTLP ) is available in conjunction with PTSS and PASS through the Partner Language Training Center, Europe, located at the Marshall Center. PASS, PTSS, SRS and SES are taught simultaneously in English and Russian. SSCB and STACS are currently offered in English.
The Marshall Center also partners with the Bundeswehr University in Munich for a 12-month Master in International Security Studies postgraduate degree . It is an international, policy-oriented program, designed especially for the requirements of military, diplomatic and other governmental institutions. The MISS aims at preparing future leaders for executive assignments in national and international military, diplomatic, governmental and private services, providing them with an extensive, practice-oriented knowledge of security studies, international law, strategic studies, terrorism, stability operations and civil security. Find more information about this program at the Campus Advanced Studies Center.
In addition to its resident programs, the College also hosts the Partner Language Training Facility Europe (PLTCE), the Eurasian Foreign Area Officer Program, and the U.S. Senior and International Fellows Programs, as well as the Marshall Center Scholars Program.