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In today’s complex world, broad knowledge and specialized skills are required to build cooperation, defuse tension, and promote peace between and among nations, groups, and other entities. Norwich University’s Master of Arts in Diplomacy program equips students with that essential knowledge and skill set, preparing them for a wide range of meaningful careers in international relations and related fields.
Our diplomacy program attracts passionate students from diverse professional backgrounds including the military, law enforcement, government, business, journalism, and the non-profit sector. Our curriculum explores international relations from a macro and micro perspective, beginning with a foundational examination of the political, cultural, and geographical complexity of the international environment. Students then apply their holistic understanding of global affairs to develop focused knowledge in one of three concentrations in international terrorism, international conflict management, or international commerce.
Our students benefit from the expertise of our stellar faculty members, among whom are two renowned counterterrorism experts, regional experts, and several retired military officers, as well as the varied work experiences and perspectives of their fellow classmates.
Last but not least, a master’s degree in diplomacy from Norwich University carries weight. Our proud history as the nation’s first private military college and a long standing, unparalleled commitment to public service set our diplomacy program apart in academia and our graduates apart in the professional world.
Whether you want to advance your diplomacy career or acquire the theoretical background and skills necessary for advancement within private industry, the military, or the non-profit sector, Norwich University’s Master of Arts in Diplomacy program can help you achieve your career goals. Our alumni work for a wide variety of organizations including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, The Associated Press, the FBI, General Motors, Varian Medical Systems, and the U.S. Navy. Three of our recent graduates were selected by the Presidential Management Fellows Program, a competitive federal internship program designed to draw outstanding students to federal service.
We are here to help you achieve your goals. From information on how to apply to the Master of Arts in Diplomacy program to tips on how to manage your time, we will guide and support you throughout your Norwich experience.