IWP and the United States Naval War College
In the fall of 2001, the U.S. Naval War College’s accreditation was extended to the College of Distance Education’s (CDE) Fleet Seminar Program (FSP) in the Washington, D.C. area where FSP students may take approved courses towards a Naval War College diploma. Historically, the U.S. Naval War College has granted equivalency to all of IWP’s courses. Click here for the Request for Approval of Elective Course. With any questions, please contact Chris Glass at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IWP and the United States Navy Information Dominance N2/N6
OPNAV N2/N6 has reviewed the curricula of all five IWP MA programs and will grant a 2400 Subspecialty in Strategic Intelligence to IWC graduates. These resident MA programs are open to all members of the IWC, officer/enlisted, active/reserve, and IC civilian analysts and offer significant tuition savings. Read more
IWP and the United States Army
IWP hosts several U.S. Army War College programs annually and hosts Army Fellows as requested. Fellows’ work at IWP has been deemed the functional equivalent of the Army War College experience. Read more or Meet our USAWC Fellows
IWP and the Intelligence Community
IWP has educational agreements or relationships with a number of intelligence community (IC) agencies but is prohibited from discussing these in detail in public materials. IWP has been educating IC personnel on cutting-edge concerns since 1992. This is a core strength and part of the school’s mission.
IWP is a corporate member of:
- Association of the US Army (AUSA)
- National Military Intelligence Association (NMIA)
- Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO)
- AFCEA International
- International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE)
- American Council on Education (ACE)
Please note: IWP is both Title IV compliant and approved for participation in V.A. education benefits. Please click here for more information.