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Complaint no affidavit been helping people love boost probabilities talks have understood this premise. Others merely serve as placeholders. Shame as I truly wanted to believe Norwich's promise. Finally, the work should be hard, the assignments challenging I expect this, but 't believe for a minute this program is for the working professional. Yes, people have finished their degree while holding a career at the same time, but I question their level of work and personal commitments while doing this. Simply put, if you have a tremendous professional workload and family commitments, think VERY and hard as to whether or not you wish to take on this level of commitment. I can say without a doubt that had I known then what I know now I would not have chosen this degree. Also, as sad as this is for me to admit, I would not recommend the MDY program to peers, and that really frustrates me. Why? Because there is still a small piece of me that believes Norwich can fix this, but when and how? Norwich, are you listening? Until then, the unknown ROI is simply not worth the amount of energy, frustration and very real concern for lack of yield put into this degree. the end, life is what you make of it this I know. However, putting very large amounts of time and energy into a system that is marginally at best; among other problems addressed with the Norwich Staff that are easily correctable, is not worth time, or seemingly that of others. Your mileage vary, however experience seems to be line with that of others. http: VT NU_g.html of Arts Diplomacy February 25 I recently completed the Masters Diplomacy program and waiting to attend the residency component. I found the program to be great and it met expectations. I think the pace at which the program develops is adequate and it is certainly doable if you have a full-time job. With that being said, it also takes a significant commitment and you develop a top notched time-management strategy. The program itself is structured to give the student a comprehensive but general understanding of the subject matter. If I had to offer one critique, I wish the program would have afforded more practical application. There were times where it was too theoretical. The overall online experience was what I expected and for the most part the student population came to work which made the process enjoyable. There seemed to be a significant level of diversity which led to thoughtful and robust online discussion forums. The online school platform changed the middle of the program which was a little distracting but the new platform operates ahead of the old based platform. Overall, I really enjoyed experience the Diplomacy Program and would recommend it to those who are seriously thinking about online school because a traditional setting is not option. of Military History February 5 I am hearing awful lot of negative feedback about Dr. Grenier and I feel inclined to disagree. I went through the MMH program from 2009. Professor Grenier taught both seminar 5 and capstone seminar. I am actually glad I had seminar 5 with him as it prepared me for exactly what he would expect from a capstone. He holds your papers to extremely high standard. He is a tough professor. He not sugarcoat anything. When you get your first graded assignment back you wonder how you have managed to be successful graduate school up to that point. As I write this I can find a dozen mistakes writing he would criticize me for. After saying all that I am glad I had him. He made me a better writer and historian. I analyzed things more depth