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Jodilynn Trujillo-Ortiz - 8/7/2014
Graduation Year: 2014
"The degree program in International Commerce focus of Diplomacy was a wonderful experience - the Professors were professional helpful and insightful to the programs course lineage. The interaction of all cohorts were the focal point with curriculum discussion that took place all over the world. This allowed for a positive interaction and expertise of cultural differences and experiences with input from all. The low residency was amazing when it came time to meet on campus and undergo workshops and lectures along with the graduation ceremonies - seeing the campus and meeting staff and cohorts was the foundation of bonding and a sense of accomplishment to a program well received by all."
Anonymous - 8/21/2013
Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2007
"I was actually disappointed as nobody ever cared about me getting a masters degree in security from this institution. Spending $30,000 on a masters meant nothing; they only cared about a $500 CISSP exam. In security they seem to only care about certs."
Jan Buitron - 1/24/2012
Graduation Year: 2009
"Norwich's program is professional, challenging and current. If you don't know how to write well when you start the program, expect to leave knowing how to write and express yourself.I got a Masters in Information Assurance (MSIA) from Norwich and I am now teaching MSIA students at another university at the Masters Level.They have 24x7x365 technical support for students; a great feature. And their enrollment advisors have all been through the respective program which they support. Norwich cares about their students, and it shows."
Richard Ohlsen - 1/4/2010
"I went through Norwich's MBA program. It was not easy, but worth the time and experience. What I like about Norwich is that the school makes you feel a part of its 195 years of tradition. The program was extensive and on the mark. I was challanged, and given the opportunity to learn."
Master of Science in Information Assurance - 4/26/2009
"I chose Norwich University (after being accepted at Norwich and two other Centers Of Academic Excellence for a Masters in Info Assurance). Norwich's staff was consistently better at Customer Service than the other two schools.Norwich's program is not for those who work 60-hour weeks. It definitely takes time out of your schedule. There is a *lot* of writing to do. Each seminar requires nine 1,000-word essays and one 6 - 10,000 Term Paper. So you end up writing the Master's Thesis as 6 different papers. The other components of each Seminar (what Norwich calls a class) are readings and online discussions. The online discussions are the best part. Interacting with committed learners from all over the country (and sometimes, the world) helps to give insight to the subject matter.I am just about to attend Residency Week and I finish this fall. I love learning, and Norwich has made it a good experience."
Trevor - 11/25/2008
"The coursework as acceptable considering the difficulty of the subject material. It took lots of effort to keep up with the courses but in the end it proved worthwhile. Online tools included email, live chat, and discussions with the professor and other classmates; the interactions between both students and faculty was very helpful in the completion of projects and assignments. The overall experience made getting an education very easy."
Tanya - 7/21/2008
"My overall experience was simple, easy and rewarding. All of the information is posted and easily accessed online. the technical support team was always available to answer any questions that i had. My classmates were a strong resource for topic discussions and support. The professor of my program was always there to help me out. overall i would highly recommend Norwich for an online university program."
Lynda - 7/14/2008
"Norwich is definitely what you make of it. For those who have not had a good experience at Norwich, it is because they sat back and waited for good things to happen. Or allowed bad things to happen to them. The good points of Norwich (ROTC programs, extracurricular activities, etc.) have prepared me to be a leader through experience. The bad points of Norwich (Childish behavior, Corps politics, etc.) have prepared me to be a leader in the sense that I know what wrong looks like. Through Norwich, I've seen all the bull**** and now I'm prepared for anything. Norwich is a good lesson in life experience and no ivy league or community college is ever going to provide that."