Online Undergraduate Degree Completion

Undergraduate Degree Completion

Take the Next Step to your Degree

Webster University proudly offers online undergraduate degree completion programs to students who have earned an associate's degree or 64 credit hours of transferable college credit.



Choose from these Online Degree Completion Programs

• Bachelor of Arts in Business Intelligence Technologies

Gain powerful skills in a broad category of applications and techniques for gathering storing, analyzing and providing access to data. Learn the underlying concepts and methodologies used by today's businesses in their business intelligence operations.

• Bachelor of Arts in Management

Identify and apply appropriate terminology, facts, concepts, principles, analytic techniques and theories used in management when analyzing moderately complex situations.

• Bachelor of Arts in Media Communications

Become familiar with several areas within the communications curriculum. You may devise a concentration in the theory and history of media, or may combine work in two or more media (for example, journalism and photography, or advertising and public relations).

• Bachelor of Arts in Religion and Global Society

Explore issues involving religion and global society, such as the conflict between traditional and liberal values, conflict creation and resolution, human rights, the influence of science, new technology and new forms of communication. The full 128 credit hour degree program can also be completed entirely online.

 

Interested in Online Courses?

The asynchronous format of Webster's online courses allows you to complete weekly assignments and communicate with your instructor and classmates at times that are convenient for you. No campus visit is required.

Most undergraduate courses are taught in eight-week terms. There are five terms per year, and you can take online courses or begin a fully online program in any one of these terms.

Current Students

You will have access to your online course by noon Central Time the Friday prior to the start of the term. Consult the Academic Calendar for exact login dates.

During terms in which you are enrolled in an online course, you will have access to the Online Student Center, which will appear as a "course" on your WorldClassRoom course list. Here you will find helpful resources, links to more information and opportunities to connect with your fellow classmates outside of the classroom environment.

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