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U.S. Army Pacific Command Regional Leader Development Program-Pacific

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 limited to 15 credit hours based on the transfer credit guidelines in the Webster University graduate catalog for courses transferred from a regionally accredited educational institution.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Completion of Regional Leader Development Program-Pacific
  2. Application and admission to one of the Webster University Masters of Arts in International Relations graduate program prescribed admission procedures.

Documentation

  1. Submission of an official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.
    (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. Submission of an official documentation showing completion of all three phases of the Regional Leader Development Program-Pacific.

Transfer Credit Awarded

Pre-approved Course Substitutions: The following courses from the CGSC curriculum 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 3 phases of program.
INTL 5645-Asian Area Studies
INTL Elective-9 hours

 

Courses required to complete Masters of Arts in International Relations

Students wishing to participate in the voluntary phase (Phase IV) will have completed two Comparative Politics courses and three graduate electives in the MA in International Relations degree and will then need to complete the following 21 credit hours. Courses maybe completed online or at any Webster University Campus:

  • INTL 5000: Introduction to International Relations (3 credit hours)
  • INTL 5100: Research Methods and Perspectives (3 credit hours)
  • 4 courses from the International Politics Cluster (12 credit hours)
  • INTL 6000: Capstone in International Relations (3 credit hours)