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Norwich University was ranked second on a list of schools considered by security practitioners to be the best in the country for cybersecurity courses and degree programs.

Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) has launched 2013 Accolades, an online collection of high quality student scholarship from Norwich’s online degree programs.
Norwich University President Richard W. Schneider announced that 146 students will be enabled to continue their education despite the suspension of financial aid through the military tuition assistance (TA) program administered by the federal government.
Alumnus Jason Vitug applies his Norwich MBA knowledge to a successful career as a financial expert and as entrepreneur, most recently through co-founding Phroogal, a crowd-sourced site on financial information.
Cybersecurity, recruitment and retention, transparency and the clash of old and new cultures: these are problems organizations everywhere face. How can students from a wide swath of professional expertise, including leadership, information assurance, business, nursing and history, contribute?
As Norwich University graduate Chris Steingrube prepared to receive his master’s degree, current events battled to provide the best illustration of what he has studied for the last two years.
The introduction of an online criminal justice degree program in 2013 is the latest example of Norwich University’s ability to adjust to rapidly changing circumstances in criminal justice education and in law enforcement.
Norwich University’s online College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) will host its annual residency conference during the week of June 10, when more than 500 students in nine graduate programs and one bachelor’s degree-completion program will participate in academic activities and conference sessions.
Officials at Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) announced that prominent South Carolinian businessman Richard Wilkerson will be this year’s commencement speaker.
David W. Carter ’12 writes non-fiction and Chris Berman ’11 writes science fiction, but both credit Norwich University’s Master of Arts in Military History program for guidance and inspiration for their most recent works.

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