Master of Arts in Military History
The Norwich University Master of Arts in Military History program is delivered conveniently online and designed to provide students with a base of historical knowledge within the field of military history, build an awareness of differing historical interpretations, and develop the ability to synthesize diverse types of historical knowledge. The program will build and refine students research, writing, analysis, and presentation skills to advance careers and gain an in depth knowledge of military history. The program provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of the theories, strategies and execution of warfare by examining conflict over the ages. Norwich is the birthplace of ROTC and the first private military college in the country; our graduates have fought in every war since its founding.
|Credit Transfer Restrictions
|| Students transferring from other institutions of higher learning are governed by the
following transfer credit policy:
A. The course departments shall determine the acceptance of specific courses.
B. Courses in which a grade of less than C or its equivalent has been earned are
C. Grade points will not be transferred.
D. Credit will transfer only from institutions of higher learning accredited by the
appropriate regional accrediting association or, in accordance with the regulations
pertaining to other extra‐institutional learning as described in Section II,
Paragraph 3, item d‐5 (b).
E. Limits on the amount of Transfer Credits apply ‐‐ see item 3., below.
At least 60 degree credits of those required for the degree must be earned at
Norwich, including not less than 45 of the last 60 degree credits earned. Transfer
credit from Norwich approved programs of foreign or other off‐campus study
will be considered as Norwich credit for purposes of determining if 45 of the last
60 credits applied to an undergraduate program are Norwich University credit.
[Grades will not transfer for such courses, regular transfer course rules apply for
determining if transfer credit is awarded.]