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Earn Your Degree Online with Norwich

Earn Credit Where Credit is Due

Enhance your public procurement career with Norwich.

  • Credit for Your Experience: NIGP students can transfer credits from prior coursework and UPPCC certification toward the completion of certain Norwich programs.
  • Support from Day One: We work on your behalf today, when your circumstances change, and when you need additional assistance.
  • Extensive Alumni Network: Norwich's alumni community has ties at the local, state, national and international levels of private businesses, industries, and government agencies.

Offering degree programs for working adults who want to hone their critical thinking and leadership skills, Norwich University can provide you with the knowledge, skills, and credentials needed to help advance your public procurement career.

Discover the offerings from Norwich.


Earn Your Bachelor's Degree

NIGP students may transfer up to 12 credits into the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program with a concentration in Procurement and Contract Management.

The Procurement and Contract Management concentration is 18 total credits and courses focus on leadership and procurement challenges in the modern workplace. Successful completion of the concentration can satisfy the education requirements for a Certified Public Procurement Officer (CPPO) position. The concentration courses are:

  • Leadership of Change
  • Leadership in a Technology-Driven World
  • Public Procurement and Contracting
  • Public Procurement Strategic Planning
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Master's Degrees & Certificates

Receive up to 6 credits toward a master's degree in Public Administration or Cybersecurity with a concentration in Procurement and Goverement Contract Management.

  • The Procurement and Contract Management concentration is 12 credits, comprised of the following courses:

Public Procurement and Contracting
A discussion and research-based course in which students  analyze data and develop a public procurement strategic plan as a way to learn the essential elements of the public procurement and contracting process.

Government Contract Management
This course focuses on the concepts of contract management, such as the current Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), so that you can identify the mistakes, the cost estimation, and legal and accounting implications within various contract types. In addition, this course provides a foundation for you to take the National Contract Management Association (NCMA) Certification Program.


Norwich also offers graduate certificates in high demand areas such as Fiscal Management and Procurement and Goverment Contract Management.