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Graduate Studies: George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology

Candidates must have an applicable advanced degree (doctorate preferred) and relevant teaching and professional experience. Applicants with only a Master's degree should have substantial, documented, successful teaching experience in the course(s) to be taught and at least five years of professional experience in the field.

Webster University is currently accepting applications in the George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology for the following specific courses:

Business Administration Program
Operations & Project Management BUSN 6110
Managerial Economics                           BUSN 6120
 Finance FINC 5000
 Applied Business Statistics BUSN 5760


Business and Organizational Security Management Program (Anticipated)
Security Administration & Management SECR 5020
Business Assets Protection SECR 5030
 Emergency Planning SECR 5060
 Behavioral Issues SECR 5090
Terrorism & Extremist Activity SECR 5150
Violence in the Workplace SECR 5160


Health Administration Program
Financial Management                        HLTH 5050
Financial Analysis HLTH 5070
Health Policy HLTH 5120


Human Resources Development Program
Group Development & Change HRDV 5560
Career Management HRDV 5700
Research & Assessment Methods HRDV 5750
Organization Development & Change HRDV 5630


Human Resources Management Program
Compensation                                           HRMG 5920
Staffing HRMG 5800
Labor-Management Relations HTMG 5930


Management & Leadership Program
Management & Strategy                          MNGT 5650


Procurement and Acquisition Management Program
Operations Management                           PROC 5820
Pricing PROC 5830
Logistics PROC 5850
Negotiations PROC 5840



Candidates must meet all applicable University criteria as well as the qualification standards defined by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) to be considered Doctorally Qualified or Professionally Qualified. Generally, to be considered doctorally qualified a faculty member must (1) hold a doctorate in business with graduate level major, minor, or concentration in the area of teaching responsibility; (2) hold a Juris Doctor (JD) and teach business law, legal environment of business or other area with predominantly legal content; or, (3) hold an out-of-field doctorate, and demonstrate content area knowledge by evidence of 15 hours of graduate course work in the field. Generally, to be considered professionally qualified a faculty member must (1) hold a Master's degree in a business-related field and professional certification in the area of teaching responsibility; (2) hold a Master's degree and have extensive and substantial documented successful teaching experience in the area of assigned teaching responsibilities, and demonstrate involvement in meaningful research and/or programs for the enhancement of pedagogical skills; or, (3) hold a Master's degree and have five or more years of professional and management experience in work directly related to assigned teaching responsibilities. Other Webster University and ACBSP requirements, terms and conditions may apply.

To apply, send a curriculum vitae and transcripts to

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