FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
IWP ANNOUNCES EXECUTIVE MA IN NATIONAL SECURITY &
PROFESSIONAL MA IN STRATEGIC AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
The Institute of World Politics has launched two new Master of Arts programs: an Executive Master of Arts in National Security Affairs and a Master of Arts in Strategic and International Studies (Professional).
These programs, which are tailored towards mid-career professionals, take into account prior experience in the public sector, while offering specialized courses to hone existing skills and knowledge sets.
“We have endeavored to capture the most essential elements of our full two-year program in each of these programs,” says IWP Founder and President John Lenczowski.
The Executive Master of Arts in National Security Affairs is designed for U.S. government employees with seven to ten years of relevant work experience. The curriculum provides a comprehensive study of the development and implementation of national security policy, including its intellectual and ideological dimensions, e.g., the battle of ideas. This program also equips the student with powerful tools and knowledge to advance his or her career and enhance the formulation of American national security policy. This program consists of 28 credit hours.
The Master of Arts in Strategic and International Studies (Professional) is designed for U.S. government employees with five to seven years of relevant work experience, and consists of 36 credit hours. The curriculum provides a comprehensive study of the theory and practice of international relations, including both historical and contemporary perspectives. Students enrolled in this program will study all of the elements of statecraft with the objective of integrating them into an overall national strategy.
Please click here to learn more about the Executive MA in National Security, Professional MA in Strategic and International Studies, or admissions policies.
For more information about these programs, please contact Tim Stebbins, Director of Graduate Recruitment: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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