Master's Testimonials

Master's Stories

Andy Anderson, MAIR, portrait
Master of Arts in International Relations
Class of 2019
The participation in the international relations online program is my chance to contribute to the Corps while becoming a well-rounded international relations professional. I believe that the master’s degree will transform me into an even more effective international military operations planner and provide a broader strategic perspective in future...
Michael Blair, portrait
Master of Science in Leadership
Class of 2019
The leadership program was a natural fit as an officer in the Air Force, helping me become a better leader now and in future opportunities after the military.
Todd Boisvert, portrait
Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Class of 2019
In working with great people, I found a home at Norwich from my master’s degree.
Anh Brown, portrait
Master of Science in Leadership
Class of 2019
Norwich provides the right mix for me to excel in life.
Laurel Ghose, portrait
Master of Science in Nursing
Class of 2019
I remember speaking to one of the administrators when asking about different programs, and when they mentioned the nursing component at Residency, I literally got goosebumps, and I knew then that this was the right program for me.
Jessica Moisan, portrait
Master of Science in Leadership
Class of 2019
I feel confident that my Master of Science in Leadership degree from Norwich may catch an eye of a future employer who knows about the values of the University as well as its history.
Michael "Rod" Rodriguez, SSDA, MDY, portrait
Master of Arts in Diplomacy
Class of 2019
I am very fortunate to have had the opportunity to get both my bachelor's and master's degrees at Norwich University. I truly wanted to earn my degree, and the diplomacy program ensured I did.
Lyda Tesauro, potrait
Master of Science in Information Security & Assurance
Class of 2019
If I had not taken a chance and enrolled myself into Norwich's program, I never would have been published in this field, never would have considered getting my doctorate degree in criminal justice, and would not have been able to start writing my thesis on cybercrime in order to add to the research community’s limited writings in this particular area.
molly bergren portrait, stone wall background
Master of Civil Engineering
Class of 2018
My background is in biology and environmental policy and management. Broadening my knowledge to civil engineering was a great next step to opening career doors and allowing me to better apply my environmental background to real world, current projects and jobs.
benjamin bragdon portrait
Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Class of 2018
I have had the opportunity to work with some amazing young men and women over the course of my enrollment – often those individuals I doubt I would have had the opportunity to work in other settings. The exchange of ideas and perspectives lead to some internal growth that I wasn’t expecting.
matt fitzsimmons portrait
Master of Arts in Military History
Class of 2018
It's my educational goal to pursue a doctorate degree. Earning a master's degree is the first step.
jesse havard portrait
Master of Business Administration
Class of 2018
It has allowed me to have a rather seamless transition from active duty to the civilian sector and rise above my peer group into senior management.
brian holcombe portrait
Master of Public Administration
Class of 2018
The best part about Residency was learning the history and heritage of Norwich University and experiencing the landscape of Vermont.
connor laclair portrait
Master of Arts in Diplomacy
Class of 2018
Diplomacy fascinates me. In today’s uncertain world, proven and competent diplomats have never been needed more.
mai nguyen khac portrait
Master of Business Administration
Class of 2018
During the length of my fifth class, I got the promotion to move from the operation side to the corporate side and have the opportunity to achieve my dream job.

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