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.
THE FIVE SCHOOLS THAT MAKE UP THE COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS:
Architecture + Art
Senator Patrick Leahy School of
Cybersecurity and Advanced Computing
David Crawford School of
Norwich University’s satellite campus in Berlin, Germany, gives students a seamless opportunity to study abroad in one of Europe’s most dynamic cities. Students stay on track for their degrees while integrating the fabric of the city into their research and coursework. The term also affords students chances to travel and visit several other European countries.
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.
CENTER FOR GLOBAL RESILIENCE AND SECURITY
The Center for Global Resilience and Security (CGRS) applies Norwich University’s core focuses on leadership, security, experiential education and perseverance to research the intersection of water, energy, climate impacts, and infrastructure using a national security lens and spur building of resilient communities.
THADDEUS BUCZKO CYBER WAR ROOM
The Thadeus Buczko Cyber War Room, the most technology-intensive classroom on campus, is a state-of-the-art lab for computer science and cybersecurity. The 24-foot-wide screen can display one, three, or 12 different computers simultaneously. The room, designed to accommodate many different kinds of learning, accommodates cybersecurity attack and defend exercises with an adjacent observation area for students, visiting professionals or guests to observe and evaluate student performance.
College of Professional Schools
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