Webster University's graduate programs provide the ideal combination
of flexibility, quality, and convenience to help you achieve
your personal and professional goals.
Locations. From our home campus
in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A., the University encompasses
network of more than 100 locations throughout the United States,
Europe, Asia, and online. Pick the one that's most convenient
Online options. Choose from a
variety of online courses for the master of business administration,
master of arts in teaching, and other programs.
You can mix and match online and classroom courses to suit
your needs and your schedule.
schedules. Choose the time that's right for you. Five
convenient terms per year start in August, October, January,
March, and May. Classes meet one evening per week. Weekend options
are available in many locations.
Advising and career services.
Advisors will help you plan an academic program suited to advancing
your professional development. You can also take advantage of
free career services including career exploration, resume assistance,
online resume registration and job postings.
Easy payment options. Flexible
payment options include a deferred payment plan for those eligible
for tuition reimbursement. Financial aid is also available to
those who qualify.
How to Contact Us
Prospective students interested in graduate studies outside
the St. Louis metropolitan area should contact the local
campus where they would like to study directly.
In the St. Louis Metropolitan area, if you are:
- an evening undergraduate student,
- a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and
- reside in the St. Louis metropolitan area, eastern Missouri
or the Metro East area in Illinois;
please contact us at:
Office of Graduate and Evening Student Admissions
470 East Lockwood Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri 63119-3194 U.S.A.
Phone: 314-968-7100 1-800-75-ENROLL (1-800-753-6765)
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This page last updated September 2005