Greenville: Student Resources

Academic programs at Webster University are taught by faculty who are experienced professionals within their respective fields. In Greenville, the University offers career-enhancing opportunities in each educational program and small class sizes that are perfect places for networking. With full-time, part-time and online programs, we provide students with the academic resources needed to achieve their educational goals.

Additional Student Resources

 

 

Future Student Opportunities 

Webster University in Greenville accomodates working professionals with flexible class schedules and 9-week courses, and it is easily accessible from all over Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, Pickens and Greenwood Counties. With full-time, part-time and online programs available, students who enroll in classes at Webster position themselves for career advancement and new professional opportunities.

 

 

*Degree completion program. Students who have earned 64 hours of transferable college credit or an associate's degree will be considered for admission.

 

 

 

School of Business and Technology: Faculty

Tonia Buie, M.S., Capella University, 2012, Human Resources

 

Signe Cann, M.Acct., University of South Carolina, 1980, Accountancy

 

Miriam Dicks, M.H.A., University of South Carolina, 2005, Health Administration Chandra Dillard, M.P.A., Webster University, 2008, Public Policy and Administration

Mark A. Fields, M.B.A., University of South Carolina, 1978, Business Administration

Patricia Freeman, Ph.D., North Carolina State University, 1997, Adult and Community College 

McCrady Gwinn, M.B.A., University of Georgia, 1981, Finance Concentration

 

 

Rolf Hemmerling, M.A., Roosevelt University, 1973, Business

 

 

Donald G. Karns, M.A., Southern Wesleyan University, 1994, Organizational Management

 

 

Sonia Leverette, E.D.D., South Carolina State University, 2004, Education

 

 

Keisha Marant, M.A., Webster University, 2012, Human Resources

 

 

Jon Rogers, Ph.D., LaSalle University, 1994, Financial Management

 

 

Edward Sherbert, Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University, 2001, Human Resources Management

Gregg Stapleton, M.B.A., Houston Baptist University, 2006, Business

 

Timothy Terrell, Ph.D., Auburn University, 1998, Economics

William O. Tripp, M.A., Clemson University, 1999, Human Resources Development

 

Chad Ulmer, M.S., Southern Wesleyan University, 2004, Business Management

 

 

Jeffrey Zelmanow, J.D, Brooklyn Law School, Business Law

 

 

 

 

 

General Electives/General Education: Faculty

Zachary Brewster, M.A., Columbia International University, 2012, Biblical Exposition