Local Graduate Degree Programs.
1915, Webster University has thrived as a leading university with
affordable, accelerated degrees in business and technology. Located at
Fairchild AFB, Webster University's Fairchild Extended Campus is home
to one of 100 campuses worldwide that share the
and mission of the St. Louis-based main campus.
Fairchild campus provides graduate programs for non-traditional adult
students in a weeknight format. All programs are available for both civilian
and military students.
M.B.A. OR MASTER'S DEGREE:
M.B.A. - Master of Business Administration
M.A. Information Technology Management
M.A. - Human Resources Development
M.A. - Management and Leadership
and Organizational Security Management
M.A. Mental Health Counseling
Webster keeps it simple. NO entrance exams. NO weekend obligations.
Classes meet once a week from 5:30-9:30pm at the Education Center on base.
Enroll anytime with 5 terms per year:
Spring 1 (JAN)
Spring 2 (MAR)
Fall 1 (AUG)
Fall 2 (OCT)
Our schedule meets your needs.
Each term is nine
M.B.A. and M.A. degrees require 12 classes for a total of 36 credit hours.
Finish in as few as 15 months taking 2 classes at a time or in just over
two years going only once a week.
Rates for the 2007-2008
Academic Year For
Programs Offered on Military Installations
Resident Tuition for the Military
$295.00 per semester hour
duty, reservists, national guard, federal
civil service including non-appropriated
fund workers, federal contract employees,
retired military, spouses of retired
military, military veterans, and military
Online Tuition for the Military
$395.00 per semester hour
duty military enrolled in online courses or
Resident Tuition for Non-Military
$345.00 per semester hour
(Non-affiliated civilians enrolled at a
Webster University campus located on a
military installation on a space-available
and self-paying basis)
Online Tuition for Non-Military
(Projected for all students, except active
duty students enrolled in Webster University
online courses or programs)
Financial Aid is available to those who qualify.
Contact an academic
advisor to develop a program plan and determine when you can earn your
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