Nursing students working in Norwich's sim lab that replicates a hospital room.

College of Professional Schools

A Norwich University education prepares you to take on the important issues of a global society.

The conceptual and hands-on meet in the College of Professional Schools.

Cross-discipline training, hands-on practice and our spirit of collaboration let students strengthen conceptual foundations and develop practical, real-world skills. Our graduates leave with the confidence, empathy and motivation to build the industries, processes and structures our evolving society needs.

Engaged in teaching, hands-on practice, tackling real-world challenges.

The College of Professional Schools covers a unique breadth of fields including accounting, management, computing, cyber defense, nursing, engineering, construction, and architecture.



Architecture student works on her design inside Norwich's studio located in Chaplin Hall.
Ranked No. 3 in A&A for “most hired from” universities

School of Architecture and Art

Our intimate scale fosters natural, effective mentoring relationships between faculty and students, we embrace environmental sustainability as part of Vermont’s ethos and because they understand integrated design processes, our graduates' enter the profession well prepared for success.

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Norwich students present in front of a classroom.
Dialed in for dealmaking

School of Business

Study business and prepare to lead. Whether directing a large organization or a small team, a degree from Norwich’s School of Business will prepare you. Our flexible programs prepare majors prepare entrepreneurs to go to market and budding leaders to guide businesses large and small.

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Computer Security and Information Assurance major practices cyber defense tactics at Norwich University.
Lead the Charge

Senator Patrick Leahy School of Cybersecurity and Advanced Computing

By blending theory and hands-on experience and using state-of-the-art forensic tools unheard of at other institutions of this size, students in Norwich’s cybersecurity programs will be well prepared for the kind of job that never gets stale and protects our country and private interests.

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Civil Engineering major shows his senior research project at Norwich University.
Help build the projects than can change the world.

David Crawford School of Engineering

By leveraging lab work and internships, our majors form relationships with colleagues in other departments and universities to solve the 21st century’s grand challenges. Our students have joined an Antarctica-based science expedition, worked to improve a NASA minisatellite and revived a hydropowered electrical plant. 

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Norwich faculty provide guidance inside the Nursing simulation lab.
Vision, Innovation, and Educational Excellence

School of Nursing

Supported by outstanding faculty and new simulation laboratories and learning laboratories, clinical affiliations with academic medical centers, such as Dartmouth-Hitchcock and the University of Vermont Medical Center, along with community hospitals and clinical sites, our majors are offered an experiential-learning environment that encourages achievement and growth.

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Center for Global Resilience & Security Hurricane Assistance

We see passion, curiosity, creative thinking, and collaborative problem solving as our primary tenets.

The Center for Global Resilience and Security (CGRS)

The CGRS brings Norwich University’s unique strengths in leadership, security, experiential education, and perseverance to resilient community building. Our work centers on human resilience.

Design build colloboration

Norwich’s Design+Build Collaborative calls on students to “act as well as conceive” and create solutions for local, regional, and global challenges.

Design+Build Collaborative

For 20-plus years, Norwich’s Design+Build Collaborative has called on students to “act as well as conceive” and address Vermont community needs by constructing full-scale building projects. The Collaborative continues to design and prototype regionally informed projects, partner with community organizations and organize research across Schools.

College of Professional Schools Contacts

Mack Hall 409 | 1 (802) 485-2276 

Dean of the College of Professional Schools:
Aron Temkin

Office Manager: 
Lea Hatch |