Military & Veterans Educational Benefits

MILITARY & VETERANS EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS

a-row-of-american-flags-for-a-veterans-web.jpgCIAM is approved for the Military Tuition Assistance program. Apply and check your eligibility for TA through your Branch's Education Office. 

For more information about CIAM's Military Education Benefits, please call 626-350-1500 and speak with our Admissions Department.

Tuition Charges for VA Students

TUITION CHARGES FOR VA STUDENTS

CIAM has a $3,000 military discount for: active duty service members and their spouses and dependents, reserve service members and Veterans. Please refer to the School Catalog for tuition charges.

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2017 Military Friendly School

CIAM WAS VOTED A 2017 MILITARY FRIENDLY® SCHOOL

2017_MFS_Award-web.png"CIAM is proud of its commitment to veterans and military service members who have served, and continue to serve this great nation. CIAM is dedicated to assisting you in achieving your personal goals to get the most out of your graduate studies. You will find fellow vets from both active duty and the reserve components as administrators, professors, and students. You will be able to uniquely contribute much to both CIAM and to your classmates as you go through our program and receive your very hands-on and practical MBA education."

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Tuition Assistance Program

The military Tuition Assistance Program

The Tuition Assistance program provides educational assistance to active duty military members. Each branch has specific tuition assistance limits and application procedures.

When your Tuition Assistance Authorization form is received, please submit a copy to the CIAM Admissions Office at least two (2) weeks before your class start date.  If you’re eligible for the Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) and plan to use Tuition Assistance, you can use the MGIB Top-Up Benefit to cover the remaining costs of your college.

Click your corresponding branch below for directions on how to apply. 

Air Force

Army

Marine Corps

Navy

Coast Guard

 

Applying for Military Education Benefits

Applying for Military Education Benefits

  • Apply and check your eligibility for TA through your Branch's Education Office.
  • CIAM School Codes:  (VA facility code: 31014005) & (ED OPE code: 04250600)
  • CIAM Accepts:
    • Tuition Assistance

Air Force

Army

Marine Corps

Navy

Coast Guard

 

 

Message from the Founding President

A MESSAGE FROM THE FOUNDING PRESIDENT:

Welcome Veterans!

william-cohen.jpgAs a veteran myself and having personally worked at one time or another with all services, I am delighted that you are giving us a look.

We are a new graduate school, having opened our doors only in 2012, but we’ve won awards as Best MBA, Favorite College/University from local newspapers for three years running: 2012, 2013, and 2014. To put it bluntly, we do things done by no other graduate school, from having research professors speak live into the classroom and interact with students from the top schools in the country (so far, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, U. of Chicago, Columbia, Stanford, USC, UCLA, Cornell, Columbia, Berkeley and others) to teaching you by doing real consulting for real business, companies, and even foreign corporations. Our textbooks are all electronic. We commissioned them from professors around the country. The textual material is equivalent to 500-1000 pages each and they include URL links, PowerPoints, videos, dictionaries, and more. They are updated every time the course is taught, and because we own the copyrights, you get them at no cost. Even though you miss nothing, by taking two courses simultaneously, even working students complete the entire program and will receive the MBA degree in 11 months.

You will find fellow vets from both active duty and the reserve components as administrators, professors, and students. Because of something that you have seen much of, both very bad and very good - leadership - you will be able to uniquely contribute much to both CIAM and to your classmates as you go through our program and receive your very hands-on and practical MBA education.

We teach the concepts and values of a world-class leader, Peter F. Drucker. Drucker is acknowledged everywhere as “the Father of Modern Management. In fact, many experts say that he invented management. I had the great honor to be his student, and his friend after receiving my doctorate. Since his death in 2005, I’ve written several books about what I learned from him. Every accepted student receives his masterpiece,  Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, and Practices a book of over 800 pages, for reference, at no cost.

Please review everything about CIAM and feel free to ask any of us about our program. Our motto in Latin is “Tantum Vos Can Partum Posterus.” It comes from Drucker’s comment that the best way to predict the future is to create it. CIAM’s motto translated is “Only you can create the future.” We give you the tools you need to be able to create the future that you want.

Dr. William A. Cohen -Major General USAF Ret., President Emeritus of CIAM

About the President:

Dr. Bill Cohen served 32 years in the U.S. Air Force. He’s the founding president of CIAM. He is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, West Point. He has an MBA from the University of Chicago, and an MA and PhD from the Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Graduate School of Management.

A MESSAGE FROM THE ACADEMIC PROJECTS COORDINATOR:

Dear Military Personnel and Veterans,

robert.jpgCIAM is proud of its commitment to veterans and military service members who have served, and continue to serve this great nation. We remain dedicated to our mission of providing a cost effective and flexible education based on the teachings of Peter Drucker.  

We hope you consider CIAM, and greatly appreciate your time in service to our nation.  You have many choices after and during your military service, and we hope you choose to make CIAM a part of your life.  We know that balancing graduate studies with your many military, career, family and personal responsibilities, can be extremely challenging.  CIAM is dedicated to assisting you in achieving your personal goals to get the most out of your graduate studies.

Along with retired Major General Bill Cohen, we wish you the best in your studies and hope to see you soon in a class here at CIAM!

Dr. Robert Kirkland -Lieutenant Colonel, Ret., CIAM Academic Projects Coordinator

About the Academic Projects Coordinator:

Dr. Robert Kirkland (LTC, USA, Ret.) served a 26 year career in the U.S. Army.  He is the Director of Advanced projects responsible for future programs for CIAM.  He is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, West Point and has a MA and PhD from the University of Pittsburgh.