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    Cybersecurity Degree Concentrations

    A bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity is a wise choice for students seeking a return on their educational investment through a lucrative career. Many undergraduate students studying cybersecurity opt to add a concentration to their degree—both to set themselves apart from competitors in the job market and to deep-dive into an area of study that fascinates them. For those looking to delve into an area of interest, Norwich offers multiple concentrations within the online Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity degree program.


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    Topics: online learning, cyber security

    Norwich in Denver: online nursing programs

    Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) has recently acquired a new office in downtown Denver. This office is set to open March 25, 2020, for normal business hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. MST Monday through Friday. The office will support Norwich’s online programs, including Norwich’s accredited nursing programs: Norwich’s online RN-BSN program (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) and online Master of Science in Nursing program, which includes the new nurse practitioner concentration (adult gerontology, family, and psychiatric mental health tracks), set to launch in 2020 as part of Norwich’s new 2020 programs and concentrations.

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    Meet Moe Bradley: Student Support Advisor at Norwich University Online

    Topics: Meet the team

    Financing Your Online Education

    Topics: financial aid

    How to Navigate the Norwich Online Virtual Classroom

    Topics: online learning

    2019 Norwich Year in Review

    Topics: nursing, residency, bicentennial

    New Online Programs Coming to Norwich in 2020

    Topics: nursing, business administration, management studies, data analytics, business analytics, computer science, accounting, information systems

    Dean's Corner - Winter 2019

    Topics: dean's blog

    NU Online Profile Of Success: Julie Scribner BSCJ '15, MPA '19

    Topics: criminal justice, alumni, public administration