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Plus, we know our students need flexibility when it comes to the classroom, which is why we offer our programs online or in-person. That means you can take our courses on your schedule so you can balance school with work and life. Also, a GRE is not required.  

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Select a term to view schedules & syllabi

Term Dates: October 19, 2020 - December 18, 2020

THIS SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

For course syllabus, please click on the course hyperlink listed below in the schedule.

Please note: Students in online courses will not have access to the course or syllabus until the Friday before the term begins.

Textbook Information for all courses can be found by visiting the Webster University Bookstore "Online and Extended Campus Locations" option.

Holidays & Campus Closings:

  • Thursday 11/26/20- Friday 11/27/20- Thanksgiving Break - Campus Closed.
  • Monday 12/21/20- Wednesday 1/1/21 - Winter Break - Campus Closed.

TBD: To be determined

Course Section Description Instructor Day Time
Counseling
COUN 5200     Theories of Counseling    - Online
COUN 5450     Crisis and Trauma    - Online
COUN 5630    Substance Abuse    - Online
COUN 6100 PR Practicum I (1.5)    MON 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
COUN 6200 PR Practicum II (1.5)    MON 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
COUN 6500 PR Internship (1.5)    TUES 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
COUN 6500 RO Internship (1.5)    THURS 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
COUN 5220 PR Assessment   THURS 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Business
BUSN 6110 PR Operations Management    TUES 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
CSSS 5120 PR Cyber Law and Policy     TUES 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
HRDV 6000 PR Integrated Studies    THURS 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM

 

Course Description Instructor Day
COUN 6200  Practicum Whitmire TUES
COUN 6500  Internship Whitmire TUES
COUN 5700 Lifestyle and Career   Online
COUN 5850 Research and Development   Online

 

Course Description Instructor Day
COUN 6500 Internship Whitmire TUES
COUN 5820  Consultation  Martin-Donald WED
COUN 5220 Assessment Conroy THURS
COUN 5540 Family Systems   MON

 

We are excited to announce the 5th annual Florida Webster University statewide commencement ceremony!

Students are invited to attend the 2021 graduation ceremony. Students completing all degree requirements by the Summer 2021 semester (maximum 2 classes remaining) may walk in the 2021 ceremony. The ceremony will be held in the Linda W. Chapin Theater at the Orange County Convention Center on:

Saturday, June 26, 2021, at 11 am

If you wish to participate in the ceremony, please follow the following steps completely:

Step-by-Step Guide

Students completing their degree must fill out an online Petition to Graduate prior to graduation, at the time of registration for your final term. The main campus will not confer your degree or release your diploma until this form has been received. You may access the petition using the link below:

Petition to Graduate

Please Note: A student who completes a graduate degree, (including all required, elective, and transfer courses) while maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.950, receives Graduate Academic Honors. Accelerated sequential degrees are excluded from this designation. If you believe you qualify for honors, please inform the campus so they may verify.

Students who have completed all of their academic requirements to graduate must clear their Student Business Office account balance prior to diploma and transcript release. Credit card payments are subject to a 2.75% convenience fee. Check payments have a holding period of ten days before release of transcripts. For more information, call the Business Office at 1-800-981-9803.

Complete RSVP CARD for the Commencement Ceremony at the Muny on Saturday, May 9, 2020. Return RSVP CARD via e-mail

For Extended Campus Graduates

Notify your campus director by February 18, 2020 to submit your name on the Commencement Participation Form if you intend to participate in the St. Louis Commencement ceremony.

Fully Online Graduates

Notify the Online Learning Center at studyonline@webster.edu or (866) 622-0888 if you plan to participate in the St. Louis ceremony.

International Students Family Visitor's VISA Procedure

To facilitate the visa interview process for your relatives to visit for Commencement, click here

Graduates/Guests With Disabilities

Indicate your needs on the RSVP card. If you have questions regarding special accommodations (due to a disability) needed for the commencement ceremonies, contact Cindy Yamnitz at 314-246-4245.

*It is recommended that individuals requiring wheelchair assistance bring their own wheelchair. Please note the Muny property is accessible but, individuals must be able to negotiate an incline for seating for the main Muny stage.

How to Wear Your Academic Regalia [ Video ]

If you are located in the St. Louis area and participating in the St. Louis Commencement:

St. Louis area graduates may purchase their caps and gowns at the University Bookstore, 554 Garden Avenue, Webster Groves, Missouri during the Grad Salute Days. Join in the celebration. Enter to win prizes and don't miss special graduation pricing on Jostens class rings. Take care of all your graduation needs on these days.

Ring Sale/Announcement Days on Tuesday, March 7 and Wednesday March 8, 2017 from 10 am–5 pm.

Grad Salute Days
Wednesday, March 22: 10 am–5 pm
Thursday, March 23: 10 am–5 pm
Friday, March 24: 10 am–3 pm

If you cannot attend the Grad Salute, caps and gowns will be available during regular business hours at the University Bookstore until May 12, however sizes and availability may be limited.

Webster University Bookstore
554 Garden Avenue
Webster Groves, MO 63119
(314) 968-5936 or 888-467-5657

Bookstore Hours
Monday–Thursday: 7:30 am–6 pm
Friday: 7:30 am–5 pm
Saturday: 10 am–2 pm

Webster University Bookstore
Patti Crosswhite, 0354mgr@follett.com or (314) 968-5936 or 1-888-467-5657.

Students who are interested in carrying the flag of their home country during our Commencement ceremony are asked to complete a brief application at: http://blogs.webster.edu/mcisa/.

If you are located outside of the St. Louis area and participating in the St. Louis Commencement or you are walking in graduation ceremonies at an extended campus go to:

http://college.jostens.com/jostens/?affiliateId=1059767 and follow the instructions on the website to order a cap & gown and announcements for the ceremony in which you are participating.

For any questions, call Jostens' Consumer Contact Center at 1-800-854-7464.

https://www.legacy.webster.edu/commencement for information on photos, directions, parking, hotels, and lots more.

Distribute copies of the MAP OF YOUR COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY to friends and family with your Commencement announcements. The map shows your check-in area, and the location of your individual School/College ceremony. These maps contain all the information you and your guests will need to navigate your way through Commencement day.

  • Main Ceremony
  • George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology School Map
  • Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts Map
  • School of Communications Map
  • School of Education Map
  • College of Arts & Sciences Map

Please read the Student Graduation Information Letter completely as it contains additional details. The letter will also be mailed and e-mailed to you with a map and directions attached.

Student Graduation Information Letter (PDF)

For questions or concerns regarding commencement, please contact the Webster University Ocala Campus at 352-861-9330.

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Suite 942
Ocala, FL 34474
Phone (352) 861-9330, Fax (352) 861-9333 | ocala@webster.edu

Office Hours
Monday - Thursday: 9:00AM - 5:30PM, Fridays: 9:00AM - 1:00PM

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