Geneva Academics | Webster University

Geneva Academics

Undergraduate students of all majors are welcome to study abroad at Webster Geneva. The campus offers a wide variety of general education courses and electives in addition to core courses for majors such as Finance, Economics, Business and Management, International Relations, Media Communication, Computer Science, Photography, and Psychology.

Graduate students pursuing their degree in Management and Leadership (MA), International Relations (MA), Counseling (MA), or their MBA can take their core classes at the Webster Geneva campus.

Students can study for an academic year, full semester, 8 week term or summer term. Undergraduate courses are generally taught in an 8-week format, with occasional 16-week courses. All courses, except French language are taught in English.

Current Schedules

Spring 2020 Undergraduate
Spring 2020 Graduate
Fall 2019 Course Overview
Fall I 2019 Undergraduate
Fall II 2019 Undergraduate
Fall I 2019 Graduate
Fall II 2019 Graduate
Summer 2019 Undergraduate

Summer 2019 Graduate

Detailed course descriptions for all Webster courses can be found in the Undergraduate and Graduate catalogs.

Spring 2020 Geneva Course Guide
Spring 2020 Courses in Media, Photography & Magazine Production
Summer 2019 Course Descriptions and Faculty Bios

Full Degree Programs at Webster Geneva

Below is a list of all degree programs offering in full at Webster Geneva. Additionally, Webster Geneva offers a wide variety of Global Citizenship(GCP) courses, French language and electives.

Academic Requirements & Registration Guidelines

  • Please note that all course offerings are subject to change. Changes in faculty availability and student enrollment can occasionally result in course cancellations.
  • Students must register for a minimum of 6 credit hours per term or 12 credit hours for the semester.
  • Courses must be taken locally at Webster-Geneva. Online courses and independent study course do not count towards the minimum.
  • All courses are 3 credit hours unless otherwise indicated.
  • Full semester classes will be noted on the schedule.
  • Attendance is expected and required; absences will negatively affect grades.