Webster is a private graduate school in Webster Groves, Missouri in the St. Louis Area. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 9,662 graduate students. Of the 49 graduate programs offered at Webster University, 21 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Webster University are Business, Human Resources, and Business Analytics. 80% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
Masters and Doctoral Programs
Most Popular Programs
Human Resources755 Students
Business Analytics287 Students
Counseling Psychology242 Students
Homeland Security and Disaster Management211 Students
Healthcare Management185 Students
International Affairs133 Students
Military Science75 Students
Environmental Science54 Students
Webster University Graduate Reviews
Staff is very friendly and helpful. Parking isn't difficult. Class website is easy to navigate and app is as well. I received a Webster folder full of useful information during orientation. Orientation was quick, easy and painless. And they fed us well!
The primary reason I chose Webster was because of the classes they offered and the convenience of it's location. However, as soon as I stepped in on my first day I was greeted with the nicest most helpful administration staff. The classes I took were small so I was able to get personal instruction and bonded with class mates. I networked with many of them and was around a lot of military folks. The instructors were very good, personable and seemed accessible. They all had their own individual style. I enjoyed just about each course I took and frankly am not that eager to graduate in December because I'll miss attending Webster!
Outstanding experience taking courses at Webster University. The degree program covered areas such as Management, Human Resources Management, Strategic Management, Organizational Development, Managerial Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Finance and a Capstone course in addition to four electives of my choice. I found good networking opportunities with my peers through sharing real-world experiences and best practices as class discussions were focused on applied management and leadership situations. It's a graduate degree and I logged in plenty of time creating presentations, analyzing case studies, writing essays, doing primary and secondary research, and even using spreadsheets in the Finance class to analyze which companies had optimal capital structures and were better investments.