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Leverage your military expertise and experience with an advanced degree. Move up the military ranks or transition successfully into a civilian role with Webster University — proving unmatched military education for more than 40 years. And we’ve been consistently recognized as a military-friendly institution that helps veterans and active-duty service members pursue, pay for, and complete their degrees.

With online and military base or nearby in-person options, you can balance school with work and military and life commitments — even if deployed. Military credits also transfer easily. 

7+
Years recognized as one of the Best Colleges for Veterans by U.S. News & World Report

A Pillar in Military-Friendly Education

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Or our online degrees can be completed no matter where you are! Find a program that will help you achieve your educational goals and take you to the next level in your career — whether that's in or out of the military. Choose from one of our most popular offerings online, where you will receive the same prestigious diploma and gain the same cutting-edge knowledge as in our in-person classes. 

 

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Top Online Program — Master of Business Administration (MBA)

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Webster's MBA will advance your business skills and help you develop and implement value-creating ideas and solutions for today's worldwide economy. The innovative program will upgrade your credentials, and place you on the road to success as a strategic player in the world of business, preparing you for a career that enhances your expertise and experience.

 

More Online Programs to Consider

Our worldwide network offers quality, convenience and access to learning. And the convenience of online provides even greater opportunity to leverage your knowledge to obtain an innovative business, leadership, or technology-related degree.

Professional Military Education Partners and Cohorts

The University has a long-standing relationship with the Army Chaplain Corps. Every year, Army chaplains are sent to the Webster University Fort Bragg campus to participate in the accelerated MA Counseling cohort program.

Webster University Fort Bragg offers an MA in Counseling with an emphasis in Couples, Marriage, Family and Child Counseling, which operates on a cohort model.

This model enhances the speed of learning, while encouraging both academic and professional success. Students enter the program together and remain together throughout its duration.

The mission of the graduate professional counseling degree program is to provide high-quality learning experiences to students, helping them become expert professional counselors who strive for individual excellence and contribute to an enhanced quality of life in local, national, and global societies. Curriculum is culturally inclusive, training students with a strong base of knowledge and skills to practice effectively in a variety of careers in the field of mental health and human service, educational institutions, private practice, government, business, and industrial settings. It is designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge, practice and skills for working with individuals, couples, children, families, and groups in a variety of mental health settings.

The accelerated 60-hour program is unique because it can be completed in a year and a half.

Students interested in applying must submit an application. Transcripts should be sent from your institution electronically to transcripts@webster.edu. If this service is not available, send transcripts to:

Office of Admission

Webster University
470 E. Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119

The documents needed for admissions are:

  1. Bachelor's degree and strict adherence to a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or better on a 4.0 scale.
  2. Official transcripts from all universities, colleges and professional schools. Students currently pursuing their baccalaureate degree may submit an official transcript-in-progress for admission consideration.
  3. Three professional references (not friends or relatives, and one should ideally be a former professor/instructor). References are requested through the application.
  4. Essay* (minimum of three pages, double-spaced) addressing personal and professional interests in the professional counseling field; personal background and work history related to counseling field; career goals in the field; and aptitude for succeeding in graduate level education.
  5. A current résumé detailing education, work experiences, leadership activities, volunteer and service work, etc.
  6. Participation in a personal interview to determine fit with program and profession per ACA Code of Ethics (2014).

*These required materials must be electronically uploaded to the application account.

Classes are taught by mental health professionals with terminal degrees. Each class meets one night a week, either synchronously or face-to-face. Asynchronous classes are offered as well for students looking for a more relaxed schedule, with students accessing class materials during different hours and from different locations. Each class with meet for a period of nine weeks.

To attain licensure in the field of professional counseling (LPC/LMHC/LCPC) or marriage and family therapy (LMFT), graduates must complete further clinical supervised training, pass nationally normed, field-related examinations (NCE and/or NCMHCE), pass a jurisprudence exam in some states, and may have to complete additional coursework, depending on the state licensure requirements. Required exams, additional focused coursework, and/or number of required clinical supervised training hours following degree completion is dependent on the state/country in which the graduate pursues licensure. For delineation of individual state licensure requirements, consult The Knowledge Center or The American Association for Marriage and Family Therarpy and/or your state professional licensure board website:

For more information on the MA in Counseling with an emphasis in Couples, Marriage, Family and Child Counseling program, contact Fort Bragg at 910-436-9802 or ftbragg@webster.edu

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Campus Information

Important Dates & Campus Closures

  • Jan. 17, 2022: Martin Luther King Jr. Day (U.S. campuses closed, no classes)
  • May 30, 2022: Memorial Day (U.S. campuses closed, no classes)
  • June 20. 2022: Juneteenth (observed), (U.S. campuses closed, no classes)
  • July 4, 2022: U.S. Independence Day observed (U.S. campuses closed, no classes)
  • Sept. 5, 2022: Labor Day Holiday (U.S. campuses closed, no classes)
  • Nov. 24-25, 2022: Thanksgiving Break (U.S. campuses closed, no classes)
  • Dec. 24, 2022-Jan. 2, 2023: Winter Holiday (U.S. campuses closed, no classes)

Select a term to view schedules and syllabi

Term Dates: October 17, 2022 - December 16, 2022

* Registration begins April 11, 2022
* Fall Two Petition to Graduate due October 7, 2022
* Final Day to Register for Online classes October 14, 2022
* First Day to Log into Online classes October 14, 2022
* Fall Two Drop Deadline - October 21, 2022
* Fall Two Withdrawal Deadline - November 25, 2022
* Fall Two Grades Due fom Faculty - August 05, 2022

Holidays: Campus closed, no classes (Makeup TBD)
                 Thanksgiving Break: November 24-25, 2022

Classroom Locations:
The office is located in the Bragg Training Education Center (BTEC) complex, Building 1-3571
The Soldier Development Center (SDC): Building 2-1728 is located on the corner of Macomb and Armistead
Remote: Log into Webster Connections to access Zoom in WorldClassRoom

*****NOTE:  Course offerings and class locations are subject to change! Last updated 04/21/2022          

COURSE SECTION DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR Scheduled time CLASSROOM LOCATION
MONDAY          
COUN 6100 BH Counseling Learning Practicum Dr. R. Clark 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm  TBD
HRDV 5610 BH Training & Development STAFF 6:30 pm - 13:00 pm  TBD
MBA 5100 BH Adding Value Through Human Capital STAFF 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm TBD
TUESDAY          
COUN 5630 BH Addictions & Substitute Abuse Counseling STAFF 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm  TBD
ITM 5300 BH Procurement & Contract Management STAFF 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm TBD
ITM 6000 BH Integrated Studies in ITM STAFF 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm TBD
WEDNESDAY          
COUN 5200 BH Theories of Counseling Dr. K. Duffy 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm  TBD
COUN 6500 BH Internship Dr. M. Robinson 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm  TBD
MNGT 5590 BH Organizational Behavior STAFF 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm TBD
THURSDAY          
COUN 5580 BH Human Sexuality Theory & Sexual Counseling Dr. J. McNeil 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm  TBD
COUN 5800 BH Professional Orientation & Ethical Practice Dr. A. Gainey 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm  TBD

 

Term Dates: August 15, 2022 - October 14, 2022

* Registration begins April 11, 2022
* Fall One Petition to Graduate due August 12, 2022
* Final Day to Register for Online classes August 12, 2022
* First Day to Log into Online classes August 12, 2022
* Fall One Drop Deadline -  August 19, 2022
* Fall One Withdrawal Deadline - September 23, 2022
* Fall One Grades Due from faculty - October 21, 2022

Holidays: Campus closed, no classes (Makeup TBD)
                 Labor Day: September 05, 2022 (Observed)
                 Columbus Day: October 10, 2022

Classroom Locations:
The office is located in the Bragg Training Education Center (BTEC) complex, Building 1-3571
The Soldier Development Center (SDC): Building 2-1728 is located on the corner of Macomb and Armistead
Remote: Log into Webster Connections to access Zoom in the WorldClassRoom

*****NOTE: Course offerings and locations are subject to change. LAST UPDATED 04/06/22

COURSE SECTION DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR  SCHEDULED TIME CLASSROOM LOCATION
MONDAY          
COUN 5100 BG Social & Cultural Foundations Dr. R. Clark 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm TBD
COUN 5545 BG Blended Family Counseling Dr. J. McNeil 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm TBD
TUESDAY          
COUN 5050 BG HUman Growth & Development Dr. A Miller 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm TBD
COUN 5700 BG Lifestyle & Career Development Dr. M. Robinson 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm TBD
WEDNEDAY          
COUN 5020 BG Foundations of Counseling Dr. K. Duffy 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm TBD
COUN 6500 BG Internship Dr. M. Robinson 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm TBD
ITM 5100 BG Information & Communication Systems & Networks STAFF 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm TBD
MNGT 5650 BG Management & Strategy STAFF 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm TBD
THURSDAY          
COUN 5850 BG Research & Program Evaluation Dr. A. Gainey 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm TBD
MBA 5030 BG Market Anaysis & Business Planning STAFF 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm TBD

 

Term Dates: May 30, 2022 -  July 29, 2022

  • Registration begins March 3, 2022
  • Final Day to Register for Online classes - May 27, 2022
  • First Day to Log into Online classes - May 27, 2022
  • Summer Drop Deadline - June  03, 2022
  • Summer Petition to Graduate Due - June 20, 2022
  • Summer Withdrawal Deadline - July 08, 2022
  • Summer Grades Due from Faculty - August 05, 2022

Holidays: Campus closed, no classes (Makeup TBD)
                 May 30, 2022 -   Memorial Day (Observed)
                 June 20, 2022 -  Juneteenth Day (Observed)

Classroom Locations

  • The office is located in the Bragg Training Education Center (BTEC) complex, Building 1-3571
  • The Soldier Development Center (SDC): Building 2-1728 is located on the corner of Macomb and Armistead
  • Remote: Log into Webster Connections to access Zoom in the WorldClassRoom

*****NOTE: Course offerings and locations are subject to change. LAST UPDATED 04/21/22

 

COURSE SECTION COURSE DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR SCHEDULED TIME CLASSROOM LOCATION
MONDAY  
MBA 5020 BG Quantittative Methods for the MBA Dr. J. Lin 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm SDC 304
TUESDAY  
BUSN 5200 BG Basic Finance for Managers Dr. J. Ensign 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm SDC 304
COUN 5670 BG Counseling of Children Dr. M. Robinson 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm BTEC D-107
MBA 5200 BG The Financial Value of Capital Projects Mr. J. Curtis 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm SDC 308
WEDNESDAY  
COUN 5600 BG Techniques of Group Counseling Dr. K. Duffy 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm BTEC D-107
THURSDAY  
COUN 6500 BG Internship Dr. M. Robinson 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm BTEC D-107
GCON 5300 BG Business Decisions for
Government Contracting
TBD 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm SDC 304
HRDV 5630 BG Organization Development Dr. D. Ames 6:30 pm - 10:30  pm SDC 308

 

Term Dates: March 21, 2022 - May 20, 2022

  • Petition to Graduate due March 7, 2022
  • Final Day to register for Online classes March 18, 2022
  • First day to log into Online classes March 18, 2022
  • March 25 - Drop Deadline
  • April 29 - Withdrawal Deadline
  • May 27 - Grades Due

Classroom Locations:

  • The office is located in the Bragg Training Education Center (BTEC) complex, Building 1-3571
  • The Soldier Development Center (SDC): Building 2-1728 is located on the corner of Macomb and Armistead
  • Remote: Log into Webster Connections to access Zoom in the WorldClassRoom

*NOTE: Course offerings and locations are subject to change. LAST UPDATED 10/12/21

Course Section Description Instructor Room
MONDAY
MNGT 6000 BH Integrated Studies in MGTL Dr. J. Milczewski SDC 304
TUESDAY
COUN 5640 BH Couples, Marriage, & Family Counseling Dr. M. Robinson SDC 308
MBA 5010 BH Value Creation              (6:30 - 8:30) Dr. A. Dastmalchi SDC 312
HRDV 5610 BH Training & Development Dr. M. Johnson SDC 304
WEDNESDAY
COUN 6500 BH Internship Dr. M. Robinson SDC 308
HRMG 5920 BH Compensation Dr. V. Oladapo SDC 304
THURSDAY
COUN 5230 BH Psychodiagnostics Dr. A. Gainey SDC 308
MNGT 5590 BH Organizational Behavior Dr. K. McManus SDC 304

William Stewart
Director
910-436-9802
williamstewart91@webster.edu
Eve Holmes
Administration
Department Assistant
910-436-9802
holmesem@webster.edu

Administration
Department Assistant
910-436-9802
pittjr@webster.edu

Judy PittRalph Clark
Adjunct Faculty
Professional Counseling
910-436-9802
ralphclark45@webster.edu

Kenneth Duffy
Adjunct Faculty
Professional Counseling
910-436-9802
kennethduffy09@webster.edu
Jeff Etienne
Adjunct Faculty
Management
910-436-9802
jeffetienne63@webster.edu
Aloysius Gainey
Adjunct Faculty
Professional Counseling
910-436-9802
gaineyal@webster.edu
Crystal Williams
Adjunct Faculty
Management
910-436-9802
cwilliams71@webster.edu
Milicia Johnson
Adjunct Faculty
Management
910-436-9802
miliciajohnson58@webster.edu
Tracie Lashley
Adjunct Faculty
Management
910-436-9802
tracielashley47@webster.edu
Jen-Hsiang Lin
Adjunct Faculty
Management
910-436-9802
linjdr@webster.edu
Joy McNeil
Adjunct Faculty
Professional Counseling
910-436-9802
joymcneil55@webster.edu
Erasmus McEady
Adjunct Faculty
Management
910-436-9802
erasmusmceady18@webster.edu
Arthur Miller
Adjunct Faculty
Professional Counseling
910-436-9802
athurmiller03@webster.edu
Myra Robinson
Adjunct Faculty
Professional Counseling
910-436-9802
myrarobinson20@webster.edu
Umesh Varma
Adjunct Faculty
Management
910-436-9802
umeshvarma13@webster.edu

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At Webster, your education is flexible - and best of all - portable.

Flexible

With five terms in an academic year, students can tailor education to their life. Courses are offered in semester or 8- or 9-week periods, and can consist of multiple modalities with our assortment of in-person, hybrid, and online options. Webster also offers a variety of degree, certificate, and non-degree programs.

Portable

For 40 years Webster has been building a network of campuses to serve local communities, now serving more than 10,000 students across 50 residential, metro, military, and international locations. Our students can start their degree at one location and finish at another, or seamlessly work on a degree while studying abroad.

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