Complete 3 of the below courses for the certificate
COURSES (complete 3)
Military History Certificate (complete 3 courses)
How It Works
No prerequisites. No application. Register online.
In honor of Norwich’s deep military roots (200 years’ worth), we are especially proud to offer this certificate in military history, which is designed to provide history hobbyists, as well as teachers of history, a renewed and enriched understanding of the subjects they study and teach. The program guides students through significant eras and laws in American and world history through courses that challenge them to survey fascinating historical contexts in unique and varied ways, according to diverse interpretations. Choose any 3 of these noncredit, instructor-led courses to earn your certificate or take the courses individually. All course materials provided.
Self-paced - open for registration NOW
HOW WE'RE DIFFERENT
Succeed with online programs that are versatile, practical, and innovative.
For 200 years, Norwich’s mission has focused on developing our students into better leaders—leaders who respect and serve others, think critically, and act effectively with integrity; leaders who are useful citizens. We’ve tailored our courses and certificate programs to meet the unique academic and professional needs of working adults and military personnel.
Designed with built-in flexibility for working adults and done the Norwich way with special emphasis on quality, innovation, and challenge, these courses can work into a busy schedule and fit in around work and family. There are deadlines at the end of each week, but you choose when to get the work done. All that’s needed is an internet connection, so you can take our courses from almost anywhere in the world.
Who Should Register
History buffs or anyone excited to dive deep into the details of a specific historical events. Teachers of history, government, social studies, or politics to enhance knowledge and earn professional development hours and CEUs for annual teaching license renewal.
What You'll Need To Succeed
Devote 6-8 hours per week and spread your hours evenly throughout the week. Ensure that you can apply your lessons to your real-life experiences and do the extra assignments when you can. Be prepared to work in groups remotely.
Pass/no pass grading; Each certificate course is 20 Contact Hours/PDUs, or 2 CEUs
Meet Your Instructors
Our instructors were chosen for their passion, and the certificate was collaboratively designed by a faculty team of experts, renowned historians, and innovative learning experience designers.
- David Ulbrich, PhD is an award-winning author, associate professor, and director of the MA programs in History and in Military History at Norwich.
- Mary Hall, JD is a professor, course developer, former military justice lawyer, and retired Navy Commander.
- Jason Ridler, PhD is a professor and the author of Mavericks of War.