Norwich University, which was established in 1819, is a small university which has developed a strong foundation in the professional and liberal arts. Located in Northfield, Vermont, it provides an environment which is conducive to learning. It also prides itself for having a leadership laboratory which is managed by the Corps of Cadets. A university of many firsts, it was a pioneer in engineering instruction among private schools, as well as the origin of Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC).
Norwich University believes in helping students develop a global perspective as they learn how to be responsible citizens.
The university, in keeping with the changing needs of students, offers several online programs. These are: Master of Arts in Diplomacy, Master of Arts in Military History, Master of Business Administration, Master of Civil Engineering, Master of Justice Administration, Master of Public Administration, Master of Science in Business Continuity, Master of Science in Information Assurance, Master of Science in Nursing, and Master of Science in Organizational Leadership. It also offers an online certificate course in Teaching and Learning.
Tuition fees range from around $7,000 to $9,000 per semester. The Student Financial Planning Office may be contacted in case of financial constraints. The university provides financial assistance from the Veterans Program, Military Tuition Assistance Program, and Title IV Federal Aid Programs.
To qualify for admission, one must have received an undergraduate degree in a regionally-accredited university. Proof of proficiency in the English language is likewise necessary in most cases. Each program has its own set of requirements which may be perused online.
Norwich University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.