The School of Security Cooperation Studies (SSCS) is a component element of the Defense Security Cooperation
University (DSCU) and is responsible for training and educating the Security Cooperation Workforce. SSCS professionalizes
the Security Cooperation (SC) enterprise by providing certification courses and professional development to a diverse audience
of U.S. and international military and civilian students. SSCS directly supports the Defense Security Cooperation
Agency's (DSCA) mission of advancing US national security and foreign policy by enabling the SC workforce and building the capacity
of foreign security forces to respond to shared challenges. Core functional areas include Security Cooperation Case Life Cycle
Management, Sustainment, and Acquisition, SC Security Cooperation Officer training, SC Planning, Oversight and Execution,
International Programs, Execution Support, Executive Education, and Defense Advisor training.