I'm very interested in pursuing an online degree in an intelligence or counter-terrorism field. I've been in the army for eight years now shooting artillery and I need to do something new. I'm currently on recruiting duty and I want to pursue an intelligence career when my tour is over. I'm not trying to get a degree in order to market myself to the intelligence field. I'm just really interested in the area. I believe my only options are to submit a packet for 35L, and 35P may be a possibility. I've been looking at American Military University and Henley-Putnam University. AMU is cheaper and my TA will cover everything. HPU is more expensive, but it looks like the education may be better. From a perspective inside the MI community, what do you think of these two institutions? Is there somewhere else I should look? I'm only able to take classes online. Thanks for your opinions.