Webster University is a private, nonprofit, accredited university that offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in many fields including business, management, information technology, psychology, communications, international relations, science, education, fine arts and liberal arts. Webster University enrolls approximately 20,000 students worldwide who represent over 100 nationalities.
Webster University (WU) is nationally recognized for its innovative resident, online programs and academic support for DOD and military students. Serving the military since 1974, WU offers program at 41 military installations and provides advising centers at many additional military installations. In addition, WU has over 30 cooperative degrees with DOD agencies that provide from transfer credit to appropriate masters degree programs.
SSCF Required University Classes
While participating in the SSCF Program, fellows are required to participate in two online leadership classes through Webster University. Required classes, schedules and descriptions follow.
SSCF colleagues at Huntsville will also be participating in the Webster University leadership classes, providing another opportunity for collaboration and networking among civilian fellows beyond APG.
Optional Graduate Degree in Management and Leadership
Fellows may elect to participate, at their own expense, in a cooperative graduate degree
program in Management and Leadership from Webster University while attending the SSCF.
Fellows may transfer up to fifteen semester hours of acceptable graduate credit earned in the
Senior Service College Fellowship program toward this degree. The Webster University courses
and the SSCF credited courses are outlined below.
* SH = Semester Hours
Fellows who elect this optional graduate degree will participate in additional Webster online classes scheduled as follows:
Fall 2 15 October – 16 December 2 classes
Spring 1 7 January – 10 March 2 classes
Spring 2 18 March – 19 May 1 class
Although, academic preparation days have been scheduled throughout the 10 months, completion of the master’s degree will demand significant personal time in the evenings and weekends. However, the compressed 10 month schedule for completion of a master’s degree offers a rare opportunity to complete a master’s degree in a comparatively short amount of time.
More information concerning these courses can be found at the Webster website: