Degrees and Programs

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Norwich University awards the following degrees: Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Science; Master of Arts degrees in Military History, History and Diplomacy; MS degrees in Nursing, Information Science, Business Continuity Management, and Organizational Leadership; Master of Architecture; Master of Business Administration; Master of Civil Engineering.

Baccalaureate Degrees

Bachelor of Arts

Majors are offered in criminal justice, English, history, international studies, political science, studies in war and peace, psychology, Chinese, and Spanish.

Bachelor of Science

Majors are offered in accounting, architectural studies, athletic training, biochemistry, biology, chemistry, civil engineering, communications, electrical and computer engineering, computer science, computer security and information assurance, criminal justice, education, electrical engineering, engineering management, environmental science, geology, management, mathematics, mechanical engineering, nursing, physical education, physics, sports medicine, and strategic studies and defense analysis.

Graduation Requirements for all Baccalaureate Degrees

Students are subject to the degree requirements specified in the catalog. The B.A. requirements are embedded within the B.A. degree programs and are the responsibility of the College of Liberal Arts to verify for degree completion. For new first time students, the catalog requirements are determined by the year they enter Norwich. For transfer students, re-admitted students, and students who change majors, the determination of catalog year is made by the student’s advisor at the time of transfer, re-admission, or change of major.

  1. A cumulative grade-point average of 2.00.
  2. A minimum of 120 semester credits.
  3. Meet the residence requirement given in Section IX of the Academic Rules and Regulations.
  4. Satisfy the catalog degree requirements of a catalog year that is within ten years of the graduation year.
  5. Satisfy the General Education requirements

Two Majors

A student may elect to earn two majors. Such action requires the approval of both departments.