The ACP (AGI Certificate Program) is a ten-week program composed of four three-credit courses and associated one-credit practicum labs, plus a one credit seminar series. The four courses and labs are offered sequentially in two-week blocks to provide a coherent development of the science and applications of AGI IR/SAR. Since the ACP is centrally funded by the NGA, neither the students nor the employers incur any tuition costs for enrollment in the ACP. Enrollment in the ACP is open to all DoD/IC military, civilian, and contractor personnel.
OMEGA (Online Mode of Education for Geospatial Analyst) is the online component of AFIT's MASINT/AGI curriculum. Currently, web-based versions of the classroom courses offered under the ACP are available online to all DoD/IC military, civilian, and contractor personnel. Students enrolled in OMEGA courses must pay tuition in accordance with AFIT Tuition policies.
The MMPWC (MASINT Mission Partner Workforce Campaign) is an innovative approach to developing new civilian technical experts within the MASINT/AGI community. Industries submit qualified personnel for consideration for DAGSI scholarships to attend AFIT as they work towards a graduate degree. The student continues to work part-time for their employer while attending AFIT. AFIT tuition and fees are covered by the DAGSI scholarship.