The Walker School of Business and Technology includes three departments: Business, Management and Mathematics and Computer Science.
At Webster University, you may pursue a bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, master of arts, master of science, or master of business administration in strategic areas such as business, accounting, economics, finance, and business and technical writing. The business curriculum is designed by faculty in cooperation with local business leaders. The WSBT Advisory Board is comprised of corporate executives who advise faculty about the skills and knowledge they look for in future graduates. In this way, our curriculum is based on the real world, rather than just theory.
In Webster's management programs, you will examine how to effectively coordinate people and resources to achieve the goals of an organization. You can specialize in health care administration, human resource management, international business, or marketing. Courses provide an ideal mix of the latest theory and practice. Management courses are also offered at Webster's international campuses in Africa, Asia and Europe, providing you with a global perspective on economic issues.
Mathematics and Computer Science
If you're interested in shaping the future of computers and the people who work with them, the computer science programs at Webster will give you a competitive edge in your career. You may pursue specialized study in information technology or information management. Cutting-edge courses include topics such as Web management and e-commerce applications. Webster's cooperative education program has earned a strong reputation among corporations. Our students are in high demand. Many receive jobs upon graduation.
To unravel complex mathematical problems, you will get to work in small teams and side-by-side with your instructors. Many students choose a double major such as math and computer science, an effective combination for many career choices.