Master's Stories

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Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Class of 2018
As a new(ish) parent – I wanted to ensure that I was raising a child who understood the value of education in today’s society and had parents who set a positive example and expectation of success.
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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.
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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.
Master of Science in Leadership
Class of 2017
"I wish to take my education and professional experience into a new company."
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Master of Science in Nursing
Class of 2017
"The courses at Norwich are taught by doctorate level faculty and their experience and credentials were admirable."
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Master of Arts in History
Class of 2017
As I debated online with my Norwich classmates, I simultaneously began to have my students do the same. I can say that it truly expanded my approach to teaching.
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Master of Public Administration
Class of 2017
"I was laid off after a 13-year career in the oil industry and decided to return to school in the hopes of making a difference for trafficking victims."
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Master of Arts in Diplomacy
Class of 2017
"I have become an educational role model for my daughters – its never too late or too hard to go after what you want."
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Master of Civil Engineering
Class of 2017
"I’ve wanted to pursue a project to produce sustainable municipal utility services for developing regions and Norwich’s program offered a great opportunity to kick start this project."
Master of Civil Engineering
Class of 2017
My goal in taking the program is to improve my career path, because my dream is to work with the Federal Government.
Master of Civil Engineering
Class of 2017
The skills and knowledge I gained for my concentration was being able to engineer a potable water system in a developing country.
Master of Science in Leadership
Class of 2017
It’s been the most challenging and rewarding experience I’ve had. It really takes a commitment and it’s an investment in yourself.
Master of Science in Nursing
Class of 2017
I chose this track because I needed more executive leadership knowledge base in order to be an effective leader.
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Master of Arts in History
Class of 2017
"Personally, the program renewed my interest in research, critical thinking, and writing."
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Master of Science in Information Security & Assurance
Class of 2017
"My second degree from Norwich was to avoid gaps in my resume after I retired from the Army."

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