You know the need for strong public servants in government agencies, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and not-for-profits is greater than ever. Norwich University’s online Master of Public Administration program will help you develop the key public administration skills you need to effectively manage a demanding and evolving system. You will gain a broad foundation in areas such as organizational leadership and change, strategic planning, ethics, and financial management and data analysis.
Connect with professionals from around the world. Your values-based education will be delivered in a flexible online platform so that you can complete coursework at your own pace. Norwich faculty is dedicated to your success – Norwich faculty includes former and current leaders in the military, and heads of city, state, and federal departments; criminal justice organizations; and nonprofits as well as respected researchers and scholars.
It is time for you to help build better cities and towns, stronger government and more successful not-for-profits. With your degree from Norwich, you will build your exit portfolio, which is designed to show your skills, competency and application of program concepts to real-world challenges.
You, at Norwich
Learn from a faculty of active scholars with doctorate degrees.
Customize your studies based on your career goals and personal interests.
Develop essential skills relevant to not only careers in history but also in business, law, education, and government.
Improve your historical insight, research, writing, analysis and presentation skills.
Apply to one of four start dates per year.
Benefit from a university recognized as offering Best Value with respect to high academic quality and low net cost of attendance, according to the U.S. News & World Report.*
*Rankings are based on undergraduate programs and on students who recieved the average level of need-based financial aid.
Accreditation & Recognition
Norwich University is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.).