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Bachelor of Science in National Security Studies

Norwich University's National Security Studies online bachelor’s degree completion program builds on our nearly 200-year history of developing leaders in the military, public sector, and private industry. Through the Bachelor of Science in National Security Studies program, you can gain relevant knowledge and skills for understanding national and global security issues, operations and investigations affecting the U.S. With a deep history and proven success, a bachelor's degree from Norwich can help you advance your career or transition to a new opportunity.

Designed for working adults, the National Security program offers the needed flexibility to help you complete coursework around your busy schedule. As a degree completion program, the program requires incoming students to have at least 30 credits of prior college coursework or equivalent military/career training.

Three start dates per year (January, May, and September) allow you to begin the program when it is convenient for you and earn the prestige of a Norwich University degree, entirely online.

Norwich University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.

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