BMGA - Global Affairs
Program eligible for Spring 2023.
The Global Affairs graduate program examines the decisive social, cultural, economic, and political issues defining the world region in question in its own historical and geographic context. Norwich University’s MGA program allows students to choose from eight (8) world regions: Africa, Asia-Pacific, Eurasia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, North America, and South Asia. The concepts, theoretical approaches, and methodology for analysis are selected individually for each region to address its unique features and characteristics better.
The Global Affairs program covers the overarching themes of the region’s political culture and institutions, the economy, regional and national identities, and international relations.
The mission of the program:
Prepare students to excel in the study of a region/country of the world,
Provide modern, fundamental, practice-oriented education in the field of global affairs,
Foster creativity and critical thinking in problem-solving and motivate students to consider the societal consequences of their work,
Prepare ethical leaders for the fields of global affairs and committed to service to humanity.
Program Specific Admission Requirements
Undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or higher
If English is not your first language, proof of English language proficiency is required. This can be demonstrated in one of three ways:
All eligibility requirements are expected to be met unless noted in specific articulation agreements or memoranda of understanding (MOUs).
Norwich complies with VA regulations and guidelines as it pertains to transfer credits.