Master of Science in Executive Leadership

Structuring Success

With a track record of success and prestigious reputation, Norwich University’s leadership programs attract talented individuals who are currently in positions of leadership, are on track to assume more responsibility within their organization, or are serving in an executive training, education, or consultancy capacity. They are entrepreneurs, members of the military, employees of a large and mid-sized corporations and non-profits. The unique professional backgrounds of our leadership students together provide tremendous opportunity for self-assessment, learning about different organizational cultures, and building a professional network. That’s why it’s no surprise a recent survey* reported that 97% of our alumni respondents would recommend Norwich’s online leadership programs to someone they know.

Many of our students already have a standard master’s degree but are seeking advanced techniques for leveraging human capacity to achieve strategic results. Graduates of the online Master of Science in Executive Leadership program at Norwich University set a high standard for the University and one another. As a group they tend to be extremely successful, motivated, and achievement oriented -- and that's before they even log in to their first online class. The quality of our students not only impacts the experience in the classroom, but can also offer rewards after your degree is conferred.

Where Our Graduates Work

Students from the Master of Science in Executive Leadership program are senior leaders in organizations that span all types and sizes, and hold positions such as colonel-select and above, vice president-equivalent and above, executive director, and director. Graduates from our online programs often cite the Norwich leadership program as an essential component to their success, with 90% of alumni survey* respondents stating their leadership degree enabled them to be more effective at their job.

*Source: Norwich University Master of Science in Leadership Graduate Survey, fielded March 2014