How to Apply
Webster University offers a wide variety of graduate programs at more than 100 locations worldwide to help you advance your current career or embark on a whole new career direction. With a few exceptions, Webster's graduate courses are offered in the evening, and many degrees programs are offered entirely online.
Graduate Admission Requirements
Webster University requires specific steps and qualifications for application to graduate programs. Brief descriptions can be found below, but prospective graduate students should consult the full admission policies.
Earned degrees: Applicants considered for admission to graduate studies at Webster University must hold an earned baccalaureate degree from an accredited educational institution recognized by Webster University, and meet all program admission standards. Applicants who have a completed baccalaureate degree from a U.S. accredited institution must satisfy program requirements or requisites, including a 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) minimum cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) for full admission.
Transcripts: Each applicant must submit an official, final transcript designating a degree and date of conferral from the degree-granting institution in order to complete the application file. Issued-to-student copies are not acceptable unless received in an unopened envelope certified with the official seal of the issuing institution. Any transcripts not issued in English will require a certified English translation in addition to the official original language document. The admission decision will be made only after all required documents are on file with the appropriate office at the University. Applicants for a sequential master's degree must submit both undergraduate and graduate transcripts at the time of application if their degree was issued from an institution other than Webster University. Transcripts should be sent to:
Office of Admission
470. E. Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119
Application requirements by program: The individual admission requirements for each program can be found in the catalog under the appropriate school and program. Upon completion of the admission file, it will be reviewed and a decision will be rendered by the respective department's admission committee.