Webster University

Founded in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1915, Webster University is a private, non-profit, multi-campus, international institution offering degree programs at 100 campuses worldwide. Classes in Utah are offered at the Hill Air Force Base campus.

Recognized as a national leader, Webster University is known for its innovative programs in military graduate education, in international education, and as a significant provider of adult education programs. The University's reputation is reflected in these national reports:

The 2009 America's Best Colleges edition of U.S. News & World Report ranks Webster University the 33rd best university in the "Best Universities-Master's" category. There are 572 universities in this category. Webster's ranking is in the Midwest division which includes 143 schools.

MSN Encarta, Microsoft's prestigious online encyclopedia, includes Webster University in their "Top 10 Colleges for Adults."

The Pentagon currently lists 61 active-duty generals and admirals as Webster University graduates.

Webster's School of Business and Technology has one of the highest business enrollments in the United States.

Webster University's class times are designed to accommodate working schedules. With five nine-week terms per year, classes meet one night a week from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Degree programs available at the Hill AFB Campus:

Master in Business Administration (MBA)

Master of Arts in Information Technology Management

Master of Arts in Human Resources Management and Leadership

Master of Arts in Human Resources Development

Master of Arts in Management and Leadership

Master of Arts in Procurement and Acquisitions Management

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