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Leverage your life experiences and pursue a degree with us. Benefit from our dynamic curriculum grounded in uniting best practices, theory and real-world insight. 

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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Campus Information

Select a term to view schedules & syllabi

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


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
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
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, August 21, 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: 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 10 days before the release of transcripts. For more information, call the Business Office at 1-800-981-9803.

Complete the RSVP form for the 2021 Commencement Ceremony, which will be held at The Orange County Convention Center - Saturday, August 21, 2021, at 11 am. The doors to the theater will open for seating at approximately 10 am. There is no reserved seating, so please let your guests know to arrive in a timely fashion. Please be sure to RSVP by Thursday, July 8, 2021!

Graduates/Guests with Disabilities should indicate their needs on the RSVP form. Please note that guests with limited mobility should enter the Linda Chapin Theater through the International Drive side of the building. Guests may be dropped off at the front of the building, but parking is still in the back of the building in the designated parking area. There will be a University representative at the doors on the International drive side of the building to point you and your guests in the right direction. Be aware that the walk from the lot to the theater is rather long, so please arrive a little early, especially if you are dropping a guest off at the front.

To order your Master's cap and gown, please contact The cost for regalia is $114 plus tax and shipping. Place your order as soon as possible to ensure your items arrive on time. The average shipping time is 5 weeks.

If you have questions about ordering, call Jostens’ Consumer Contact Center at 1-800-854-7464.

Below is the listing of hood colors so you may verify you received the correct hood when your order arrives: 

  • BA/MA - Bachelor/Master of Arts - White
  • BS/MS - Bachelor/Master of Science - Gold
  • BBA/MBA - Bachelor/Master of Business Administration - Drab
  • MHA - Master of Health Administration - Salmon
  • MPA - Master of Public Administration - Peacock

Distribute copies of the map to your commencement ceremony to friends and family with your Commencement announcements.

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.

Please include this RSVP form and have information directed to this email address:

We look forward to celebrating your special day with you at the ceremony!


Safety for students, staff and their families is our number one priority.

In accordance with CDC guidelines, temperature screening will be conducted upon entering the Orange County Convention Center. In addition, all entering the venue will be required to wear masks since social distancing measures will be difficult to maintain. Masks should not be placed on: babies or children younger than 2 years old, anyone who has trouble breathing or anyone who is unable to remove the mask without assistance.

Please be aware that attending any event, activity, or gathering, may increase your risk of exposure to the COVID-19 virus. ATTENDANCE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. By registering for and/or attending the event, activity, or gathering, you acknowledge the contagious nature of COVID-19 and voluntarily assume all risk that you may be exposed to or infected by COVID-19 and that such exposure or infection may result in personal injury, illness, permanent disability, and death to you or those with whom you come into close contact.

If you answer “yes” to any of the following questions, please do NOT attend this event:

  1. Do you have or have you had in the past 48 hours a cough, shortness of breath, fever (100.4+), chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss/change in taste/smell or diarrhea?
  2. Have you been in close contact (within 6 ft for at least 5 minutes) with anyone with the above symptoms?
  3. Have you been exposed to anyone who tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
  4. Have you tested positive for or otherwise been exposed to anyone who is currently waiting for COVID-19 test results?
  5. Have you traveled internationally or been on a cruise during the past 14 days?
  6. Have you traveled to an out-of-state hotspot or to an in-state hotspot during the past 14 days?

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