Transfer Credit degree programs are offered with over 42 professional military and Department of Defense programs, including the prestigious Army Command and General Staff College. These transfer credit degree programs provide transfer credit for military-taught courses. Specialized military and veterans advising teams are available to assist you at each step (academic advising, admissions, financial aid, etc.). If you don't see a course listed for which you are seeking credit, please contact our Academic Advising Team.

To find the Webster graduate programs into which you can transfer credit, please click on the military training course(s) you’ve completed below.

Transfer Credits Guidelines

For military students, the Office of Admissions awards transfer credit according to the guidelines discussed on Webster University’s transfer credits pages. In general, it is Webster University policy to accept credits earned from Professional Military Education (PME) institutions and those institutions fully accredited by a regional accrediting association for colleges and universities, provided that such credits have been earned through university-level courses appropriate to the student’s degree program at Webster.

Official military transcripts (joint services transcripts) must be submitted to the Office of Admissions for evaluation. Coursework recommended for academic college credit at the lower- or upper-division level by the American Council on Education (ACE) will be considered for transfer provided that the coursework is applicable to the student’s degree program. Admissions reserves the right to accept or reject credits earned at other institutions of higher education. Exceptions are considered for all military students.

Captains Career Courses

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Adjutant General Captains Career Course (AGCCC) provides an opportunity for qualified AGCCC resident graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the AGCCC resident course.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of AGCCC program at "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following course from AGCCC is a pre-approved course substitution for a specific Webster course. Webster courses do not substitute to the AGCCC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
HRMG 5000 Managing Human Resources 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 30, 2020

This transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery Captains Career Course (ADACCC) provides an opportunity for qualified ADACCC resident graduates to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the ADACCC resident program.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion the ADACCC program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved course substitutions: The following course from ADACCC is a pre-approved course substitution for a specific Webster University course. Webster University courses do not substitute to the ADACCCC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

This transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Air and Missile Defense Captains Career Course (AMDCCC) provides an opportunity for qualified AMDCCC resident graduates to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the AMDCCC resident program.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of AMDCCC as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved course substitutions: The following course from AMDCCC is a pro-approved course substitution for a specific Webster University course. Webster University courses do not substitute to the AMDCCC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Armor School Captains Career Course (ACCC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for ACCC resident course graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Note: This transfer credit is identified to those ACCC resident graduates between 2003 and 2012. If anyone attended this course from 2012 to present, please see the Maneuver Captains Career Course transfer credits

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the US Army Armor School ACCC resident program between 2003 and 2012.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of ACCC program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Application of Transfer Credit Toward Approved Webster University Graduate Programs (Webster University courses do not transfer to the ACCC program.)

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Aviation Captains Career Course (AVCCC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for AVCCC graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the AVCCC resident course.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of AVCCC program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Chaplain Captains Career Course (CCCC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for CCCC graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the CCCC resident course.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of CCCC program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
MNGT 5990 Corporate Responsibility and Society 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

(formerly known as Chemical Captains Career Course)

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) School Captains Career Course (CBRNCCC) (formerly known as the U.S. Army Chemical School) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for active & reserve officers who attend the resident course at Fort Leonard Wood -or- who graduate from the four (4) phase Reserve Component (RC-CBRN) course to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Note: The BUSN 5760 Applied Statistics prerequisite course will be waived for the MS in Environmental Management degree program.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the CBRNCCC resident or reserve component program.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of CBRNCCC resident or reserve component program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following course from the CBRNCCC program is a pre-approved course substitution. Webster University courses do not substitute for CBRNCCC courses.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
ENMG 5000 Environmental Science 3 Credits
ENMG 6120 Waste Management and Pollution Control 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Civil Affairs Officer's Qualification Course (5D-38A), Civil Affairs Specialist Qualification Course (570-38B30), or the Civil Affairs Captains Career Course (aka Civil Affairs Pathways) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for CA active duty and reserve graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of a CA active duty or reserve course listed above.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of a CA course listed above as "Achieved Course Standards" (or Achieves Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved course substitutions: The following courses from the Civil Affairs Officer's Qualification Course, Civil Affairs Specialist Qualification Course, or the Civil Affairs Captains Career Course are pre-approved substitutions for specific Webster University courses. Webster University courses do not substitute to the CA program.

Approved Webster University Transfer
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credits
INTL 5605 Topics in Comparative Politics 3 Credits
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated September 30, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army’s (Combined) Logistics Captain’s Career course provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for resident graduates of the Army (Combined) Logistics Captains Career Course. This transfer credit degree program offers CLCCC or LCCC graduates the opportunity to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements. Note: The Ordinance, Quartermaster, and Transportation Captains Career Courses were joined to form the Combined Logistics Captains Career Course and are recognized as equivalent programs.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the Logistics Captain’s Career Course (LCCC) or Combined Logistics Captain's Career Course (CLCCC) resident program or both phases of the nonresident/reserve program.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of CLCCC or LCCC course at "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the CLCCC or LCCC program are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute to the CLCCC or LCCC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 12, 2021

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Engineer School Captains Career Course (ECCC) and US Army Engineer School Captains Career Course Reserve Component (ECCC/RC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for ECCC and ECCC/RC graduates to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of US Army Engineer Captains Career course.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of DA Form 1059 for resident ECCC program. For ECCC/RC the DA Form 1059 must also be submitted and must show successful completion of all five program phases (CCC Common Core, Army Engineer Organization and Operations, Combat Engineering Management, General Engineering, and Construction Capstone/Combined Exercise). All DA Form 1059s must reflect completion of ECCC or ECCC/CR program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the ECCC or ECCC/RC are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute for ECCC or ECCC/RC courses.

Webster University Courses Transfer Credit
PADM 5000 Public Administration 3 Credits
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Field Artillery Captains Career Course (FACCC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for FACCC resident graduates to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the FACCC resident course.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completions of FACCC as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the FACCC course are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster courses do not substitute for FACCC courses.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
CSSS 5110 Cybersecurity Communications 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Financial Management Captains Career Course (formerly known as the U.S. Army Finance Captains Career Course (FCCC or FMCC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for FCCC or FMCC resident graduates to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the FCCC or FMCC resident course.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of FCCC or FMCC as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Application of Transfer Credit Toward Approved Webster University Graduate Programs (Webster University courses do not transfer to the FCCC or FMCC program.)

Webster University Course Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
HRMG 5000 Managing Human Resources 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Infantry Captains Career Course (ICCC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for ICCC resident graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Note: This transfer credit is identified to those ICCC resident graduates between 2003 and 2012. If anyone attended this course from 2012 to present, please see the Maneuver Captains Career Course transfer credits.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the ICCC resident course between 2003 and 2012.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of ICCC as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the ICCC program are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the ICCC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Maneuver Captains Career Course (MCCC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for MCCC resident course graduates to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Note: The Maneuver Captains Career Course replaced the Armor Captains Career Course and the Infantry Captains Career Course in 2012.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the U.S. Army MCCC resident program.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of MCCC resident program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the MCCC program are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the MCCC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Medical Department Officers Advanced Course/Captains Career Course (AMEDDOAC/AMEDDCCC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for AMEDDOAC/AMEDDCCC course graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the AMEDDOAC/AMEDDCCC program.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of AMEDDOAC/AMEDDCCC program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the AMEDDOAC/AMEDDCCC program are pre-approved course substitutions for specific Webster University courses. Webster University courses do not substitute to the AMEDDOAC/AMEDDCCC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
HLTH 5000 Organization and Management in Health Administration 3 Credits
HLTH 5020 Organizational Planning and Change in Health Administration 3 Credits

Updated January 31, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Military Intelligence Captains Career Course (MICCC) and Military Intelligence Captains Career Course/Reserve Component (MICCC/RC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for MICCC and MICCC/RC graduates to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the MICCC or MICCC/RC resident course.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of MICCC or MICCC/RC program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the MICCC or MICCC/RC program are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the MICCC or MICCC/RC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
ITM 5100 Information and Communications Systems and Networks 3 Credits
SECR 5000 Security Management 3 Credits
SECR 5020 Security Administration and Management 3 Credits
CSSS 5110 Cybersecurity Communications 3 Credits
CSSS 5130 Cybersecurity Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence 3 Credits
INTL 5890 Terrorism in World Politics 3 Credits
LEGL 5450 American Constitutional Law 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Military Police School Captains Career Course (MPCCC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for MPCCC graduates (both active & reserve courses) to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the MPCCC.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of MPCCC program at "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the MPCCC program are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the MPCCC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
SECR 5000 Security Management 3 Credits
SECR 5020 Security Administration and Management 3 Credits

SECR 5060 Emergency Planning

Note: If MPCCC courses were completed February 2009 or earlier,SECR 5010 Legal and Ethical Issues in Security Management will transfer in instead of SECR 5060

 

3 Credits

CRIM 5000 Ethics and Decision Making in Criminal Justice 3 Credits
CRIM 5050 Organization and Administration of Criminal Justice 3 Credits
CRIM 5060 Policing and Law Enforcement 3 Credits
INTL 5890 Terrorism in World Politics 3 Credits
LEGL 5450 American Constitutional Law 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence (Signal) Captains Career Course (SCCC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for SCCC graduates to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of SCCC regular or reserve component course.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of SCCC at "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following course from SCCC are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the SCCC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
ITM 5000 Information Technology Management: Overview 3 Credits
ITM 5100 Information and Communications Systems and Networks 3 Credits
ITM 5600 Information and Communications Security 3 Credits
CSSS 5000 Introduction to Cybersecurity 3 Credits
CSSS 5110 Cybersecurity Communications 3 Credits
CSSS 5120 Cybersecurity Infrastructures 3 Credits
INTL 5890 Terrorism in World Politics 3 Credits
LEGL 5450 American Constitutional Law 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Special Forces Captains Career Course (SOFCCC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for SOFCCC resident course graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the U.S. Army SOFCCC resident program.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of SOFCCC resident program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the SOFCCC program are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the SOFCCC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated December 2, 2019


Army Management Staff College

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Management Staff College courses provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for the Civilian Education System Advanced Course (CESAC) graduates to transfer up to 9 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Note: Credit recommendations for graduates of the predecessor program Sustaining Base Leadership and Management (SBLM) can be viewed below.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion by January 2007 or later of both the intermediate and advanced courses of the CESAC program in residence at the U.S. Army Staff Management Staff College.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an official transcript from U.S. Army Management Staff College showing completion of the resident CESAC program.
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the CESAC program are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute to the CESAC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits>
(Up to a maximum of 9 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5000 Management 3 Credits
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 12, 2021

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Management Staff College (AMSC) course provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for Sustaining Base Leadership and Management Program (SBLM) graduates to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of SBLM resident program July 1987 to present or the non-resident program January 1992 to present.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of SBLM as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Core Course Substitutions: The following core courses from the SBLM are pre-approved core course substitutions to the degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the SBLM program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
PROC 5850 Logistics 3 Credits
MNGT 5000 Management 3 Credits
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
PADM 5890 Public Policy and Administration 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 31, 2020

Sergeants Major Academy

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) course provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for USASMA graduates of Class 58 (2008 graduation and earlier) to transfer up to 9 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the USASMA program Class 58, 2008 graduation and earlier.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of USASMA Class 58, 2008 graduation and earlier, as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved course substitutions: The following course from the USASMA program are pre-approved course substitutions for specific Webster courses. Webster University courses do not substitute to the USASMA program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 9 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5000 Management 3 Credits
HRMG 5000 Managing Human Resources 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits

Updated April 6, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) course provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for USASMA for students who graduated from 2009 to 2012 to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy program, for students who graduated from 2009 to 2012.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of USASMA program, with graduation dates between 2009 and 2012, as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following course from the USASMA program are pre-approved course substitutions for specific Webster courses. Webster University courses do not substitute to the USASMA program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5000 Management 3 Credits
HRMG 5000 Managing Human Resources 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits

Updated April 6, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) course provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for USASMA calendar year 2013 - 2020 graduates to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the USASMA program in the calendar year 2013 - 2020.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of USASMA in the calendar year 2013 - 2020 as "Achieved Course Standards" (or Achieved Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards" or submission of an official Command and General Staff College transcript showing completion of USASMA.
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved course substitutions: The following course from the USASMA program are pre-approved course substitutions for specific Webster courses. Webster University courses do not substitute to the USASMA program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5000 Management 3 Credits
HRMG 5000 Managing Human Resources 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
MNGT 5990 Corporate Responsibility and Society 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated June 3, 2022

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (SGM-A) course provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for SGM-A calendar year 2020 - present graduates to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the SGM-A program in the calendar year 2020 - present.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of SGM-A in the calendar year 2020 - present as "Achieved Course Standards" (or Achieved Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards" or submission of an official Command and General Staff College transcript showing completion of SGM-A.
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved course substitutions: The following course from the SGM-A program are pre-approved course substitutions for specific Webster courses. Webster University courses do not substitute to the SGM-A program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5000 Management 3 Credits
HRMG 5000 Managing Human Resources 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
MNGT 5990 Corporate Responsibility and Society 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated June 3, 2022

Officer Advanced Courses

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Management Staff College courses provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for the Civilian Education System Advanced Course (CESAC) graduates to transfer up to 9 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Note: Credit recommendations for graduates of the predecessor program Sustaining Base Leadership and Management (SBLM) can be viewed in the Army Management Staff College section.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion by January 2007 or later of both the intermediate and advanced courses of the CESAC program in residence at the U.S. Army Staff Management Staff College.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an official transcript from U.S. Army Management Staff College showing completion of the resident CESAC program.
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the CESAC program are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute to the CESAC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 9 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5000 Management 3 Credits
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 12, 2021

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Electronic Warfare Technician Advanced Course (WOAC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for qualified WOAC graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of WOAC. Participants can include U.S. Army, U.S. Army National Guard, and U.S. Army Reserve WOAC graduates.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of the WOAC at "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved course substitutions: The following courses from the WOAC program are pre-approved substitutions for specific Webster University courses.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
ITM 5600 Information and Communications Security 3 Credits
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 12, 2021

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Geospatial Engineering Technician Warrant Officer Advanced Course (GETWOAC) (125D) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for GETWOAC course graduates to transfer up to 6 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the U.S. Army GETWOAC program.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of GETWOAC program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the GETWOAC program are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the GETWOAC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 27, 2022

(aka Military Human Resources Technician Warrant Officer Advanced Course) at the U.S. Army Adjutant General School

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Adjutant General School Military Human Resources Warrant Officer Advance Course (MHRWO) — aka Military Human Resources Technician Warrant Officer Advance Course — provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for MHRWO resident students and graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master’s degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Warrant Officers completing the MHRWO program. Participants can include MHWRO graduates from: the U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Army National Guard, and U.S. Army Reserve.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of MHRWO program or a program equivalent to the current MHRWO program.
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from MHRWO are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute to the MHRWO program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credit
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
HRMG 5000 Managing Human Resources 3 Credits
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 31, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Medical Department Officers Advanced Course/Captains Career Course (AMEDDOAC/AMEDDCCC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for AMEDDOAC/AMEDDCCC course graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the AMEDDOAC/AMEDDCCC program.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of AMEDDOAC/AMEDDCCC program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the AMEDDOAC/AMEDDCCC program are pre-approved course substitutions for specific Webster University courses. Webster University courses do not substitute to the AMEDDOAC/AMEDDCCC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
HLTH 5000 Organization and Management in Health Administration 3 Credits
HLTH 5020 Organizational Planning and Change in Health Administration 3 Credits

Updated January 31, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Military Police School course provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for Military Police/CID Warrant Officer Advanced Course (MP/CID WOAC) graduates to transfer up to 9 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the MP/CID WOAC program including students from the U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Army National Guard, and U.S. Army Reserve.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of MP/CID WOAC as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the MP/CID WOAC program are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute to the MP/CID WOAC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 9 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership 3 Credits
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
CRIM 5060 Policing and Law Enforcement 3 Credits

Updated January 31, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Military Intelligence Warrant Officer Advanced Course (MIWOAC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for MIWOAC graduates the opportunity to transfer up to 6 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of MIWOAC course.
  2. Application and admission to the Webster University graduate program listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of MIWOAC at "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from MIWOAC are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the MIWOAC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 6 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 27, 2021

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Signal Center Warrant Officer Advanced Course (SWOAC) and/or the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for qualified SWOAC graduates (to include U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence graduates) and/or Information Services Tech WOAC (ISTWOAC) of Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) who have the Warrant Officer occupation specialties of 255N, 255A, 255S and 255Z (specialties 250N, 250A, 250B, 251A, and 254A are included in this program) to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of Signal Center SWOAC or the ISTWOAC from October 2007 to present. Participants can include U.S. Army, U.S. Army National Guard, and U.S. Army Reserve SWOAC graduates.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of Signal Center SWOAC or ISTWOAC at "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved course substitutions: The following courses from the SWOAC or ISTWOAC program are pre-approved substitutions for specific Webster University courses. Webster courses do not substitute to the SWOAC or ISTWOAC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
ITM 5000 Information Technology Management: Overview 3 Credits
ITM 5100 Information and Communications Systems and Networks 3 Credits
ITM 5600 Information and Communications Security 3 Credits
CSSS 5000 Introduction to Cybersecurity 3 Credits
CSSS 5110 Cybersecurity Communications 3 Credits
CSSS 5990 Advanced Topics in Cybersecurity 3 Credits

Updated January 31, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Field Artillery Warrant Officer Advanced Course (FAWOAC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for FAWOAC resident graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the FAWOAC resident course.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of FAWOAC as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved course substitutions: The following courses from the FAWOAC program are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not transfer to the FAWOAC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 31, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery-Warrant Officer Advanced Course (ADA WOAC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for ADA WOAC active duty and reserve graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the ADA WOAC active duty or reserve course.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of the ADA WOAC as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved course substitutions: The following courses from ADA WOAC program are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute to the ADA WOAC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 31, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Special Forces Warrant Officer Advanced Course (SFWOAC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for SFWOAC graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the U.S. Army SFWOAC program.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of SFWOAC program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the SFWOAC program are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the SFWOAC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
INTL 5550 War and Diplomacy 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated October 19, 2021

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Special Warfare Operational Design Course (SWODC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for SWODC graduates to transfer up to 6 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the U.S. Army SWODC program.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of SWODC program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the SWODC program are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the SWODC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 6 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
INTL 5550 War and Diplomacy 3 Credits
INTL 5605 Topics in Comparative Politics 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated October 27, 2021

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Intermediate Level Education (WOILE) course (aka: Warrant Officer Staff Course) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for WOILE course graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Intermediate Level Education program on or after 1 January 2013.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of WOILE program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the WOILE program are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the WOILE program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
CSSS 5990 Advanced Topics in Cybersecurity 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 31, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Senior Service Education (WOSSE) course (aka Warrant Officer Senior Staff Course) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for WOSSE course graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Successful completion of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Senior Service Education program on or after 1 January 2013.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of WOSSE program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the WOSSE program are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the WOSSE program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
CSSS 5990 Advanced Topics in Cybersecurity 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 31, 2020

Other Army School

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Logistics University [formerly U.S. Army Logistics Management College (ALMC)] course provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for resident graduates of the Army Acquisitions Basic Course (AABC) for resident graduates after January 2003 and up to December 2012. From January 2012 to present, because the AABC was discontinued and replaced with the Army Acquisitions Foundations Course (AAFC) and the Army Basic Contracting Course (ABCC), students must complete both courses to receive transfer credits. This transfer credit degree program offers AABC graduates and AAFC/ABCC graduates the opportunity to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the AABC resident program after January 2003 or the AAFC and ABCC resident program after January 2012.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an official Army Logistics University transcript showing completion/graduation of the resident AABC program after January 2003 or the AAFC and ABCC resident program after January 2012 OR submission of a Joint Services Transcript showing completion/graduation of the resident AABC program after January 2003 or the AAFC and ABCC resident program after January 2012.
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the AABC or AAFC/ABCC programs are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute to the AABC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
ITM 5200 Project Management of Information Technology 3 Credits
PROC 5820 Operations Management 3 Credits
PROC 5830 Pricing 3 Credits
PROC 5850 Logistics 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated January 31, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Acquisition Center of Excellence (AACoE) Army Acquisition Professionals Course (AAPC) [formerly Army Acquisition Foundation Course (AAFC), Army Basic Contracting Course (ABCC), and Army Intermediate Program Manager's Course (AIPM)] course provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for resident graduates of the Army Acquisitions Professionals Course (AAPC). This transfer credit degree program offers AAPC graduates the opportunity to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the AAPC resident program after August 2016.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an official Army Logistics University transcript showing completion/graduation of the resident AAPC program after August 2016 OR submission of a Joint Services Transcript showing completion/graduation of the resident AAPC program after August 2016.
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the AAPC program are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute to the AAPC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
ITM 5200 Project Management of Information Technology 3 Credits
PROC 5820 Operations Management 3 Credits
PROC 5830 Pricing 3 Credits
PROC 5850 Logistics 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated June 3, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Electronic Warfare Officer Qualification Course (EWOQC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for qualified EWOQC graduates to transfer up to 9 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the U.S. Army Electronic Warfare Officer Qualification Course. Participants can include U.S. Army, U.S. Army National Guard, and U.S. Army Reserve Electronic Warfare graduates.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of the U.S. Army Electronic Warfare Officer's Qualification Course at “Achieve Course Standards (or Achieve Academic Standards) or “Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved course substitutions: The following courses from the Electronic Warfare Officer's Qualification program are pre-approved substitutions for specific Webster University courses. Webster University courses do not substitute to the EWOQC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 9 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
CSSS 5990 Advanced Topics - Cyber Warfare 3 Credits
CSSS 5140 Cybersecurity Strategic Operations 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated February 4, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Civil Affairs Officer's Qualification Course (5D-38A), Civil Affairs Specialist Qualification Course (570-38B30), or the Civil Affairs Captains Career Course (aka Civil Affairs Pathways) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for CA active duty and reserve graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of a CA active duty or reserve course listed above.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of a CA course listed above as "Achieved Course Standards" (or Achieves Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved course substitutions: The following courses from the Civil Affairs Officer's Qualification Course, Civil Affairs Specialist Qualification Course, or the Civil Affairs Captains Career Course are pre-approved substitutions for specific Webster University courses. Webster University courses do not substitute to the CA program.

Approved Webster University Transfer
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credits
INTL 5605 Topics in Comparative Politics 3 Credits
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated September 30, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit guidelines with the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC) provides graduates the opportunity to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

The current agreement reflects 2017 to present.  Prior agreements can be viewed here:

Transfer credit for the CGSC program prior to July 2003 is limited to 9 credit hours based based on the transfer credit guidelines (earned grade of B- or above or other equivalent satisfactory graduate grade) in the Webster University graduate catalog for courses transferred from a regionally accredited educational institution. If any Webster University students attended the Combined Arms Services Staff School (CAS-3), this would be an addition 3 credit hours for a total of 12 transfer credit hours.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the Command and General Staff specific course curriculum with grades of B- or above or other equivalent satisfactory graduate grade.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an official Command and General Staff College transcript showing specific course completion.
    (Note to advisors: Actual classes completed vary based on the location courses were taken. A careful review of the transcripts is needed to accurately transfer credits.)
  2. For students who complete the Red Team Leader Course, a Memorandum of Completion and a DA 1059 will be required showing completion of the RTLC program as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  3. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the CGSC program are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute to the CGSC program.

Webster University Courses CGSC Courses
Taken August 2003 - Present
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or
MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital
F-100 Force Management and
L-100 Leadership
MNGT 5990 Corporate Responsibility and Society C-100 Foundations and
C-200 Strategic Studies
CSSS 5240 Pre-Emptive Deterrence or
SECR 5020 Security Administration and Management
C-100 Foundations
CSSS 5130 Cybersecurity Intelligence/Counter Intelligence or INTL 5860 Issues in International Politics: Strategic Studies C-200 Strategic Studies
CSSS 5250 Use & Protection of Space Assets C-300 Unified Action
CSSS 5990 Advanced Topics in Cybersecurity C-400 Joint Doctrine/Planning
HRDV 5610 Training and Development C-500 Army Doctrine/Planning
INTL 5550 War and Diplomacy

(Note: Any two courses for 3 SH. Each CGSC course may be used once.)
A-512 National Security Policy Foundation
A-514 Current Strategic Concepts
A-516 The Economic Instrument of Power
A-517 Diplomatic Instrument of Power
INTL 5590 International Security

(Note: Any two courses for 3 SH. Each CGSC course may be used once.)
A-512 National Security Policy Formulation
A-514 Current Strategic Concepts
A-626 Empire! Historical Precedents of the New World Order
A-650 The Korean War
A-652 The Seeds of Modern Warfare in the Middle East
INTL 5890 Terrorism in World Politics

(Note: Any two courses for 3 SH. Each CGSC course may be used once.)
A-504 Homeland Security Studies
A-529 Understanding Terrorism
A-626 Empire! Historical Precedents of the New World Order
A-650 The Korean War
A-652 The Seeds of Modern Warfare in the Middle East
INTL 5600 Area Studies
(Note: Any two courses for 3 SH. Each CGSC course may be used once.)
A-551 PACOM - Asia Strategic Studies
A-553 China; Military Art, War and Revolution, and The People's Liberation Army
A-554 Middle East Strategic Study
A-558 Military Operations and Culture - Iraq
A-560 Military Operations and Culture - Afghanistan
A-561 European Security
A-562 Africa Strategic Studies
A-565 Post-Cold War Eurasia
A-568 Latin America and Caribbean Strategic Studies
A-644 The Balkan Quagmire
A-653 East Asian Military Studies
A-694 Russian and Eurasian Military History
INTL 5600 Area Studies
(Note: A-341 transfers for 3 SH.)
A-341 Red Cell Teaming/Strategic Area Planning or Red Team Leader Course (RTLC)

(Note: Counts as two CGSC Electives for INTL 5600 transfer credits)
INTL 5860 Issues in International Politics: Terrorism

(Note: Any two courses for 3 SH. Each CGSC course may be used once.)
A-504 Homeland Security Studies
A-529 Understanding Terrorism
A-626 Empire! Historical Precedents of the New World Order
A-650 The Korean War
A-652 The Seeds of Modern Warfare in the Middle East
INTL 5860 Issues in International Politics: Controlling Weapons of Mass Destruction

(Note: Any two courses for 3 SH. Each CGSC course may be used once.)
A-525 Introduction into Combating WMD
A-526 Proliferation of WMD
A-626 Empire! Historical Precedents of the New World Order
A-650 The Korean War
A-652 The Seeds of Modern Warfare in the Middle East
INTL 5860 Issues in International Politics: National Security Policy and Strategy

(Note: Any two courses for 3 SH. Each CGSC course may be used once.)
A-512 National Security Policy Formulation
A-514 Current Strategic Concepts
A-626 Empire! Historical Precedents of the New World Order
A-650 The Korean War
A-652 The Seeds of Modern Warfare in the Middle East
Note: The INTL 5860 may be repeated for credit, if the additional CGSC Courses are taken outside the initial INTL 5860 block. Limited to 6 SH total.
INTL 5700 Humanitarian Issues in International Politics A-552 Peace Operations and
A-523 Foreign Humanitarian Assistance Operations
Graduate Elective Course (3 Credits) H-100 Transformation in the Shadow of Global Conflict and H-200 Military Revolutions

Updated April 6, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the Defense Information School (DINFOS) course provides pre-approved transfer credit for DINFOS graduates to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's degree programs in the School of Communications (MA in Public Relations), Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

Credit is awarded for any combination of the following DINFOS public affairs courses:

Course Title: Public Affairs Officer Qualification (PAOQC) - Also known as Public Affairs Qualification Course (PAQC)
Course Number: DD-0504-0024
Location: Defense Information School, Fort Meade, MD
Dates: 10/08-present

Course Title: Joint Intermediate Public Affairs (JIPAC)
Course Number: DD-0504-0029
Location: Defense Information School, Fort Meade, MD
Dates: 06/08-present

Course Title: Joint Senior Public Affairs (JSPAC)
Course Number: DD-0504-0033
Location: Defense Information School, Fort Meade, MD
Dates: 04/07-present

Course Title: Joint Senior Enlisted Public Affairs (JSEPAC)
Course Number: DD-XXXX-XXXX
Location: Defense Information School, Fort Meade, MD
Dates 10/08-present

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report(s) (DA Form 1059) showing completion of the appropriate course as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

DINFOS Courses Approved as Webster Course Substitutions

The following courses from the DINFOS program are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute to the DINFOS program.

Joint Intermediate Public Affairs (JIPAC)

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
PBRL 5322 Public Relations 3 Credits
PBRL 4800 Media Relations 3 Credits

Public Affairs Officer Qualification (PAOQC)

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
PBRL 2920 Writing for Public Relations 3 Credits
PBRL 2100 Foundations of Communications and Public Relations 3 Credits
PBRL 5322 Public Relations 3 Credits

Joint Senior Public Affairs (JSPAC) and Joint Senior Enlisted Public Affairs (JSEPAC)

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits Transfer Credit
PBRL 2920 Writing for Public Relations 3 Credits
PBRL 2100 Foundations of Communications and Public Relations 3 Credits
MEDC 5360 International Communications 3 Credits
PBRL 5452 Communications Strategies for Public Affairs and Government Relations 3 Credits
PBRL 4300 Crisis Communications Management or PBRL 5465 Crisis Management Communications 3 Credits

Transfer Credit Awarded for the MA in Public Relations

The DINFOS Public Affairs courses listed below are approved for course substitutions for the Webster University Master of Arts in Public Relations as indicated in the following table.  Students may transfer a maximum of 12 credit hours into the Master of Arts in Public Relations, additional transfer credit or waivers cannot be applied.

Webster University MA in Public Relations Courses Defense Information School (DINFOS) Courses*
Public Relations Core Courses: 21SH required
MEDC 5000 Media Communications (3SH)  
MEDC 5310 Media and Culture (3SH)  
PBRL 5322 Public Relations (3SH) JIPAC (3SH) or PAOQC/PAQC (3SH)
PBRL 5342 Writing for Public Relations (3SH) or
PBRL 5344 Speech Writing (3SH)
 
MEDC 5350 Media Organizations and Regulations (3SH)  
MEDC 5360 International Communications (3SH) JSPAC (3SH) or JSEPAC (3SH)
MEDC 6000 Seminar in Media Communications (3SH)  
Public Relations Electives: 15SH required. See Graduate Catalog for Comprehensive Elective List
PBRL 5452 Communications Strategies for Public Affairs and Government Relations (3SH) JSPAC (3SH) or JSEPAC (3SH)
PBRL 5465 Crisis Management and Communications (3SH) JSPAC (3SH) or JSEPAC (3SH)
MEDC 5460 Media Research (3SH) JSPAC (3SH) or JSEPAC (3SH)

Updated January 12, 2021

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Information Operations Qualification Course (IOQC) (FA 30) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for IOQC graduates the opportunity to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of IOQC resident course.
  2. Application and admission to the Webster University graduate program listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of IOQC at "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from IOQC are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the IOQC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
Graduate Elective 3 Credits
Graduate Elective 3 Credits
Graduate Elective 3 Credits 

Updated January 27, 2021

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Signal Center (U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence) Network Systems Engineer Course (NSEC) (FA 26A) and the Information Systems Engineer Course (ISEC) (FA 26B) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for NSEC or ISEC graduates the opportunity to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of NSEC or ISEC course.
  2. Application and admission to the Webster University graduate program listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of NSEC or ISEC at "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from NSEC or ISEC are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the NSEC or ISEC program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
ITM 5100 Information and Communications Systems and Networks 3 Credits
CSSS 5220 Cybersecurity Threat Detection 3 Credits
CSSS 5990 Advanced Topics in Cybersecurity 3 Credits
Graduate Elective 3 Credits
Graduate Elective 3 Credits

Updated January 27, 2021

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Signal Center (US Army Cyber Center of Excellence) course Information Systems Management Course (ISSM) (FA 53) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for resident ISSM graduates the opportunity to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of ISSM resident course.
  2. Application and admission to the Webster University graduate program listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of ISSM at "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from ISSM are pre-approved course substitutions to degree programs listed previously. Webster University courses do not substitute to the ISSM program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
ITM 5000 Information Technology Management 3 Credits
ITM 5100 Information and Communications Systems and Networks 3 Credits
ITM 5400 Systems Analysis, Design and Implementation 3 Credits
ITM 5600 Information and Communications Security 3 Credits 
CSSS 5000 Introduction to Cybersecurity 3 Credits
CSSS 5110 Cybersecurity Communications 3 Credits
CSSS 5140 Cybersecurity Strategic Operations 3 Credits
CSSS 5220 Cybersecurity Threat Detection 3 Credits
CSSS 5990 Advanced Topics in Cybersecurity 3 Credits

Updated January 12, 2021

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Installation Management Course provides an opportunity for qualified graduates to transfer up to 6 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the Installation Management course.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) showing completion of the program at "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the Installation Management Course are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute to the Installation Management Course program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 6 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated February 4, 2020

Webster University’s cooperative degree program with the U.S. Army Pacific Command Regional Leader Development Program-Pacific (RLDP-P) provides one program for pre-approved graduate transfer credit. Transfer credit for the RLDP-P program is approved up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of first three phases of the Regional Leader Development Program-Pacific (RLDP-P).
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.
  2. Submission of a certificate showing completion of the first two phases of the Regional Leader Development Program-Pacific and a copy of the official letter awarding the 6Z Skill Identifier.
  3. Submission of an official CGSC transcript.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following coursework from the RLDP-P (taken at CGSC) are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster courses do not substitute to the CGSC program.

Webster University Courses RLDP-P
INTL 5600-Area Studies

 

Completion of first three phases of program.

INTL 5645-Asian Area Studies
Graduate Elective Courses-9 hours

Updated January 12, 2021

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Officer Psychological Operations (PSYOP) Course provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for PSYOP active duty and reserve officers to transfer up to 12 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the U.S. Army Officer Psychological Operations (PSYOP) active duty or reserve course.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of the PSYOP Officer Qualification Course Phases 1-5 for active component -or- the PSYOP Officer Qualification Course Phases 1-4 for reserve component as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the PSYOP program are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not transfer to the PSYOP program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 12 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior or MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital 3 Credits
INTL 5605 Topics in Comparative Politics 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits
Graduate Elective Course 3 Credits

Updated February 4, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Space Operations Officer Qualification Course (SOOQC) provides pre-approved graduate transfer credit for graduates of the U.S. Army Space Operations Officer Qualifications Course (SOOQC) OR the U.S. Air Force National Security Space Institute (NSSI) Space 200 Space Application Course and Space 300 Space Integration Course to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Transfer credit awarded applies only to: SOOQC, and NSSI Space 200 and Space 300 (December 2010-Present). SOOQC graduates must submit an official/certified copy of the courses completion certificate before transfer credit can be awarded. NSSI Space 200 and Space 300 (December 2010-Present) graduates must submit an official copy of a transcript from the USAF Air University reflecting completion of the NSSI courses.
  • Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate program listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  • SOOQC graduates must submit an official/certified copy of the courses completion certificate before transfer credit can be awarded. NSSI Space 200 and Space 300 (December 2010-Present) graduates must submit an official copy of a transcript from the USAF Air University reflecting completion of the NSSI courses.
  • Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the SOOQC are pre-approved course substitutions. Webster University courses do not substitute to the SOOQC program.

Webster University Courses
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
SOOQC Course
SPSM 5000 Space Environment Space Environment
SPSM 5710 Space Communications Systems Space Communications Systems
SPSM 5730 Space Operations Research Operations Research
SPSM 5770 Space Operations Management Operations Management
SPSM 5910 Space Systems Integration Space Systems Integration

Application of Transfer Credit Toward the MS Space Systems Operations Management Degree:

Emphasis in Engineering and Technical Management
Webster University Course SOOQC Transfer Credit Awarded Transfer Credit
SPSM 5000 Space Environment Space Environment 3 SH
SPSM 5730 Space Operations Research Operations Research 3 SH
SPSM 5770 Space Operations Management Operations Management 3 SH
Graduate Space Electives SPSM 5710 Space Communications Systems Space Communications Systems 3 SH 6 SH
SPSM 5910 Space Systems Integration Space Systems Integration 3 SH
Maximum Transfer Credit Awarded 15 SH
Emphasis in Acquisitions and Program Management
Webster University Course SOOQC Transfer Credit Awarded Transfer Credit
SPSM 5000 Space Environment Space Environment 3 SH
SPSM 5730 Space Operations Research Operations Research 3 SH
Graduate Space Electives SPSM 5710 Space Communications Systems Space Communications Systems 3 SH 6 SH
SPSM 5910 Space Systems Integration Space Systems Integration 3 SH
Graduate General Electives SPSM 5770 Space Operations Management Operations Management 3 SH
Maximum Transfer Credit Awarded 15 SH

If you have questions on any aspect of this transfer credit degree program between the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command course and Webster University, you may contact Webster at Colorado Springs.

Updated February 26, 2020

Webster University's transfer credit degree program with the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence (Signal School) Telecommunications Systems Engineer Course (TSEC) (FA 24), Network Systems Engineer Course (NSE) (FA 26A) and applies only to TSEC or NSE graduates from May 2001–Present to transfer up to 15 credit hours of graduate transfer credits. The credit can be applied to master's programs in the Walker School of Business & Technology; select programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences including the MS in Criminal Justice, MA in International Relations, MA in Legal Studies, and MA in National Security Studies; and select programs in the College of Science and Health including the MS in Environmental Management, MA in Gerontology, MA in Human Services, and the MS in Science Management and Leadership. Transfer work can be used as either core courses or elective courses, depending on program requirements. Some programs may accept fewer credits based on specific degree requirements.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of the TSEC or NSE curriculum May 2001 or later.
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University graduate programs listed above following prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) that reflects completion of TSEC or NSE as "Achieve Course Standards" (or Achieve Academic Standards) or "Exceeded Course Standards."
  2. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Core Course Substitutions: The following courses from the TSEC or NSE curriculum are pre-approved core course substitutions. Webster courses do not substitute to the TSEC or NSE program.

Approved Webster University Transfer Credits
(Up to a maximum of 15 credit hours)
Transfer Credit
ITM 5100 Information & Communications Systems and Networks 3 Credits
ITM 5400 Systems Analysis, Design and Implementation 3 Credits
ITM 5600 Information & Communications Security 3 Credits
ITM 5900 Issues in Information Technology Management: Future Developments in Telecommunications 3 Credits
SECR 5080 Information Systems Security 3 Credits
CSSS 5110 Cybersecurity Communication 3 Credits
CSSS 5140 Cybersecurity Strategic Operations 3 Credits
CSSS 5220 Cybersecurity Threat Detection 3 Credits
CSSS 5250 Use and Protection of Space Assets 3 Credits
CSSS 5990 Advanced Topics in Cybersecurity 3 Credits

Updated February 26, 2020

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