Courses Offered



Program Date(s):
June 3, 2020

Application Deadline:
May 27, 2020


Dr. Jerry Krassner will instruct an eight-hour class on “Space – Today’s Frontier.” Dr. Krassner has over 35 years of experience in aerospace R&D and served as the Chief Scientist in several offices within OSD and DIA. His course will provide a broad, introductory overview of space infrastructure, the role of space in today’s society, and the threats to that role. In addition, discussions will cover topics like how the use of the space domain is organized in the U.S. and international arenas, including treaties, regulations, and organizations. The course will examine trends in space activity as well as views on future directions of space utilization.

Topic One: Basic factoids

Topic Two: Who Uses Space?

Topic Three: Threats to Space

Topic Four: Space Treaties & Regulation

Topic Five: Space Organization

Topic Six: The Future of Space


To Apply: Please send a current copy of your resume and a 100 word statement of interest to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by May 27, 2020.