Graduates of both programs currently receive Joint Professional Military Education Phase I certification, and earn the Army's Military Education Level 1 identifier or equivalent, a master of strategic studies degree and a War College diploma.
What does MEL stand for?
MEL stands for Military Education Level
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Completing ILE and becoming Military Education Level IV qualified means completing the ILE Core (that's the 14-week course) and the FA24 course.
Majors need to be Military Education Level 4 (MEL 4) and Joint Professional Military Education Level 1 (JPME 1) qualified for promotion consideration.
Officers completing the ILE core curriculum will be military education level 4 and joint professional military education I qualified.
All officers will receive Military Education Level Four (MEL-4) and Joint Professional Military Education Level One (JPME-1) upon successful completion of the common-core course.
In March, the Army Logistics Management College (ALMC) at Fort Lee, Virginia, and other campuses yet to be named are scheduled to begin offering Military Education Level (MEL) 4-equivalent Intermediate Level Education (ILE) for majors and promotable captains.
Essentially, the three-month common core will give all majors Military Education Level Four (MEL-4) and Joint Professional Military Education Level One (JPME-1).