For two centuries, Norwich University has played a vital role in history as America's first private military college and the birthplace of ROTC. In fact, we have more than 18,000 alumni, many of whom have made significant contributions to our country’s development including Edwin Ferry Johnson, chief engineer of the Northern Pacific Railroad; Harry Bate Thayer, president and chairman of AT&T in the 1920s and General Gordon R. Sullivan, chief of staff of the U.S Army in the 1990s.
Our Master of Arts in History program is uniquely positioned to lead students through a comprehensive analysis of the major developments, events, and figures of the past.
- American History
- World History
- Public History
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 finanical aid.