Webster University, in a strategic partnership with the Defense Acquisition University, is providing classes for Department of Defense (DoD) workers in the Acquisitions, Technology and Logistics workforce. These graduate level classes meet education and/or training requirements for many of the DoD career fields.
This strategic partnership includes the following:
DAU Cooperative Degree Program
Eligible students with Level II professional certification in Contracting may be eligible to transfer 9 unduplicated credits into one of the following degree programs:
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Arts in Management and Leadership
- Master of Arts in Procurement and Acquisitions Management
Graduate Certificate in Government Contracting
This 18 credit hour program consists of courses that have equivalency with 10 Level I and II DAU CON courses. This program is designed for people with little or no experience in government contracting who want to take courses that will meet training and education requirements for professional certification in government contracting. Credits earned through the certificate program can also be applied toward a MA in Procurement and Acquisitions Management.
Webster University offers an extensive list of courses that meet the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) requirements for continuous learning points and/or Management/Leadership requirements for many DoD career fields.
The Webster Advantage
Webster classes provide:
- Career Advancement Opportunities – Classes can meet the education and/or training requirements for many career fields.
- An Accelerated Academic Schedule – Classes usually meet one time a week for 9 weeks; five terms of classes are available each year.
- Competitive Tuition Rates
- Convenience – Classes and advising are available online and at Webster locations throughout the United States. Available classes vary with the location.
- Portability – Webster University is a worldwide institution with campuses at many locations throughout the United States and the world.