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Studies In War and Peace | Bachelor’s Degree

War and peace can only be understood by appreciating the social forces that produce them. Why do people say they want peace while glorifying war? Does interdependence between countries like the United States and China make conflict more or less likely? How has warfare changed over time and across cultures, and what explains these changes? What is the relationship between war, peace, and justice? These are some of the questions Studies in War and Peace majors ask and try to answer.

Our program is focused, but also interdisciplinary. Majors take courses not only in history and political science, but also in English, economics, philosophy, modern languages, and sociology. Studies in War and Peace majors learn to think critically and analytically, challenging commonly held and widely accepted beliefs.

Spanish | Bachelor’s Degree

Spanish is the second-most-spoken language in the world, both domestically and abroad. Language proficiency guarantees you cultural competency within the U.S. and global communities. As a major, you’ll experience personal transformation through study-abroad opportunities and intellectual growth via our innovative curriculum. Course offerings encompass Latinos and immigration, drug cartels, cinema, and literature, taught in personalized classes augmented by extracurricular activities.

Psychology | Bachelor’s Degree

Norwich has one of the few undergraduate psychology programs in the country that requires an original research project as a senior thesis, encouraging psychology majors to explore and research topics of interest and relevance to their chosen fields. Through this project, majors learn the importance of scientific method through graduate-level research, which involves data collection, literature review, conducting an experiment with human subjects, and writing and presenting a thesis on a wide range of topics, from stereotyping to threat perception.

Political Science | Bachelor’s Degree

In pursuing a political science major, you’ll explore governance, leadership, and public policy through world-class faculty, research, and internships.

Physics | Bachelor’s Degree

Hallmarks of a Norwich education include experiential learning and leadership development. The Department of Physics therefore not only accentuates laboratory work but also insists upon peer collaboration throughout the curriculum. Physics majors, having the advantage of a 3-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, develop close working relationships with their faculty mentors culminating in original research conducted in a faculty laboratory. Physics majors regularly present the results of their research at regional and national conferences. Currently, the research interests of the faculty include particle physics, material science, astrophysics and geophysical fluid dynamics.

Physical Education | Bachelor’s Degree

Physical Education (PE) is for everyone. Become an expert on the human body as you learn effective teaching and curriculum planning in a rigorous, science-based program.

Highlights of your education at Norwich include attending PE conventions, presenting at PE conferences, outdoor canoeing field trips, and managing extremely rewarding Special Olympic events.

International Business | Bachelor’s Degree

International business studies the markets, people, and places involved in trade, commerce, and exchanges throughout the world. Students in this field are challenged to think globally and to develop an awareness of the cultural, political, and economic aspects of business.

Through a comprehensive approach to project-based learning led by expert faculty, a degree in International Business will help you develop a framework to increase your cultural literacy and broaden your perspective. Flexible elective credits allow you to customize your degree through adding a minor, creating the highly specialized skill-set that employers seek.

Leadership | Bachelor’s Degree

The Leadership Program prepares undergraduate students to become confident, global, and advanced leaders through an interdisciplinary emphasis on real-world leadership perspectives. Civilian students and cadets with a BS in Leadership at Norwich will be ready to demonstrate global leadership skills in the public, private, or military spheres by having theoretical and practical preparation via internship and interactive classroom experiences. The BS degree program in Leadership provides Norwich students an opportunity to be creative, critical, and ethical leaders by having strategic and inclusive leadership as its main pillars and preparing students to be global leaders for the private institutions, public offices, and the military.

Management | Bachelor’s Degree

Our flexible program prepares majors for leadership and management positions in small- and medium-sized businesses, governmental organizations, and the military. Whether you’re a budding entrepreneur, leaning toward a corporate career, or planning to manage a family business, our program can be tailored to your needs. Leadership and management skills necessary for a military or international career are emphasized, and a minor degree is also available.

Management majors choose from one of five concentrations: computer information systems, financial economics, leadership, marketing, and sports management. Many management majors frequently double major in accounting, a path that requires as few as two additional courses.

Mathematics | Bachelor’s Degree

As a mathematics major, you can join with our faculty to explore areas in pure and applied mathematics—from cryptology, graph theory, and real analysis to logic, statistical methods, and applications of differential equations. You can also work toward licensure as a secondary mathematics teacher. Or study actuarial science and work toward becoming an actuary. We offer enough electives for you to earn a minor or double major in another field, or to take on an internship.