To expand the network and share existing experiences and cooperation, Webster University opened a location in Georgia, which will be the basis for access to quality education in the Caucasus region.

The Georgian location offers undergraduate and graduate programs in business, international relations and media.

 

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A Global Approach to Learning

Group of international students standing with their country's flags at graduation.

Students enrolled in the Georgian location will also have the opportunity to spend one or more semesters at Webster University on their preferred campus. With 50 locations around the world, students will have access to a global experience.

Academic Calendar

March 4 Registration begins for graduate Summer 2023 classes
March 7 Registration begins for undergraduate Summer 2023 classes
May 30 Graduate Summer session begins
June 2 Graduate Summer session drop begins
June 5 Undergraduate Summer session begins
June 9 Undergraduate Summer session drop deadline
June 19 Summer session Petition to Graduate due
July 7 Graduate Summer session withdrawal deadline
July 14 Undergraduate Summer session withdrawal deadline
July 28 Summer session ends
Aug. 4 Summer session grades due from faculty (8-week session)
Aug. 5 Summer Graduation Date

April 5 Registration begins for undergraduate Fall 2023 classes
April 11 Registration begins for graduate Fall 2023 classes
April 18 Registration for Fall 2023 classes opens to new transfer students
Aug. 14 Fall 1 graduate classes start
Aug. 18 Final day to register for Fall 1 online classes
Aug. 10 Fall 1 graduate drop deadline
Aug. 21 Fall 1 petition to graduate due
Aug. 21 Fall Semester/Fall 1 undergraduate classes start
Aug. 26 Fall Semester/Fall 1 undergraduate drop deadline
Aug. 28 Saint Mary’s Day Observation
Sept. 22 Fall 1 graduate withdrawal deadline
Sept. 29 Fall 1 undergraduate withdrawal deadline
Oct. 6 Fall Semester undergraduate Petition to Graduate due
Oct. 7 Fall Semester graduate Petition to Graduate due
Oct. 13 Fall 1 classes end
Oct 14 Mtskheta (Svetitskhoveloba, robe holiday) Day
Oct. 16 Fall 2 graduate classes start
Oct. 16–20 Fall Break
Oct. 20 Fall 2 graduate drop deadline
Oct. 20 Final day to register for Fall 2 NEW undergraduate STUDENTS
Oct. 20 Fall 1 grades due from faculty
Oct. 23 Fall 2 classes start (New and returning students)
Oct. 24 Registration begins for graduate Spring 2024 classes
Oct. 27 Fall 2 undergraduate drop deadline
Oct. 30–Nov. 2 Registration begins for undergraduate Spring 2024 classes
Nov. 17 Fall Semester withdrawal deadline
Nov. 23 St. George's Day Break
Nov. 24 Fall 2 graduate withdrawal deadline
Dec. 1 Fall 2 undergraduate withdrawal deadline
Dec. 11–15 Final Exam Period
Dec. 15 Fall Semester/Fall 2 classes end
Dec. 18 Fall Semester Graduation Date
Dec. 31 Fall Semester/Fall 2 grades due from faculty

Oct. 24, 2023 Registration begins for graduate Spring 2024
Oct. 31–Nov. 2, 2023 Registration begins for undergraduate Spring 2024
Nov. 14 Registration for undergraduate Spring 2024 classes opens to new transfer students
Jan. 7 Christmas Holiday
Jan. 8 Final day to register for graduate Spring 1 classes
Jan. 8 Spring 1 graduate classes start
Jan. 12 Spring 1 graduate drop deadline
Jan. 15 Spring Semester/Spring 1 undergraduate classes start
Jan. 19 Spring Semester/Spring 1 undergraduate drop deadline
Jan. 19 Spring 1 graduate Petition to Graduate due
Jan. 20 Epiphany
Feb. 16 Spring 1 graduate withdrawal deadline
Feb. 17 Spring Semester undergraduate Petition to Graduate due
Feb. 23 Spring 1 undergraduate withdrawal deadline
March 3 Mother’s Day
March 4 Registration begins for graduate Summer 2024 classes
March 6 Spring Semester Petition to Graduate due
March 7 Spring 2 graduate Petition to Graduate due
March 8 International Women’s Day
March 8 Spring 1 classes end
March 11–15 Spring Break
March 15 Spring 1 grades due from faculty
March 15 Final day to register for graduate Spring 2 classes
March 18 Spring 2 classes start
March 29 Spring 2 graduate drop deadline
April 3–5 Registration begins for undergraduate Fall 2024
April 12 Spring Semester undergraduate withdrawal deadline
April 12 Registration begins for graduate Fall 2024 classes
April 26 Spring 2 withdrawal deadline
May 3-7 Easter Break
May 10 Spring 2  classes end
May 12 Commencement Ceremony
May 17 Spring 2 grades due from faculty
May 20 Spring Graduation Date
May 24 Spring 2 graduate grades due from faculty

March 4 Registration begins for Summer 2024 classes
May 27 Graduate Summer session begins
May 31 Graduate Summer session drop begins
June 3 Undergraduate Summer session begins
June 7 Undergraduate Summer session drop deadline
June 19 Summer session graduate Petition to Graduate due
June 23 Summer session undergraduate Petition to Graduate due
July 5 Graduate Summer session withdrawal deadline
July 12 Undergraduate Summer session withdrawal deadline
July 26 Summer session ends
Aug. 2 Summer session grades due from faculty
Aug. 3 Summer Graduation Date

April 3 Registration begins for undergraduate Fall 2024 classes
April 8 Registration begins for graduate Fall 2024 classes
April 15 Registration for Fall 2024 classes opens to new transfer students
Aug. 12 Fall 1 graduate classes start
Aug. 16 Fall 1 graduate drop deadline
Aug. 19 Fall Semester/Fall 1 undergraduate classes start
Aug. 23 Fall Semester/Fall 1 undergraduate drop deadline
Aug. 28 Saint Mary’s Day Observation (campus closed)
Sept. 20 Fall 1 graduate withdrawal deadline
Sept. 27 Fall 1 undergraduate withdrawal deadline
Oct. 4 Fall Petition to Graduate due
Oct. 11 Fall 1 classes end
Oct. 12 Fall 1 graduate Graduation Date
Oct 14 Mtskheta (Svetitskhoveloba, robe holiday) Day
Oct. 14 Fall 2 graduate classes start
Oct. 14–18 Undergraduate Fall Break
Oct. 18 Fall 2 graduate drop deadline
Oct. 18 Fall 1 grades due from faculty
Oct. 21 Registration begins for graduate Spring 2025 classes
Oct. 21 Fall 2 undergraduate classes start
Oct. 25 Fall 2 undergraduate drop deadline
Nov. 6 Registration begins for undergraduate Spring 2025 classes
Nov. 15 Fall Semester undergraduate withdrawal deadline
Nov. 22 Fall 2 graduate withdrawal deadline
Nov. 28–29 Thanksgiving Break
Nov. 29 Fall 2 undergraduate withdrawal deadline
Dec. 9–13 Final Exam Period
Dec. 13 Fall Semester/Fall 2 classes end
Dec. 14 Fall Semester/Fall 2 Graduation Date
Dec. 20 Fall Semester/Fall 2 grades due from faculty

Oct. 21, 2024 Registration begins for graduate Spring 2025
Nov. 6, 2024 Registration begins for undergraduate Spring 2025
Jan. 6–7 Orthodox Christmas Holiday (campus closed)
Jan. 8 Spring 1 graduate classes start
Jan. 10 Spring 1 graduate drop deadline
Jan. 13 Spring 1 graduate Petition to Graduate due
Jan. 13 Spring Semester/Spring 1 undergraduate classes start
Jan. 17 Spring Semester/Spring 1 undergraduate drop deadline
Feb. 14 Spring 1 graduate withdrawal deadline
Feb. 14 Spring 2 graduate Petition to Graduate due (All participants in St. Louis Commencement)
Feb. 21 Spring 1 undergraduate withdrawal deadline
March 1 Spring Semester undergraduate Petition to Graduate due
March 3 Mother’s Day
March 3 Spring 2 graduate Petition to Graduate due
March 7 Spring 1 classes end
March 8 Spring 1 graduate Graduation Date
March 10–14 Spring Break
March 11 Registration begins for graduate Summer 2025 classes
March 14 Spring 1 grades due from faculty
March 17 Spring 2 classes start
March 21 Spring 2 drop deadline
April 2 Registration begins for undergraduate Fall 2025 classes
April 7 Registration begins for graduate Fall 2025 classes
April 11 Spring Semester undergraduate withdrawal deadline
April 18–21 Graduate Easter Break
April 25 Spring 2 withdrawal deadline
May 9 Victory Day
May 9 Spring Semester/Spring 2 undergraduate classes end
May 12 St. Andrews Day
May 16 Spring 2 graduate classes end
May 16 Spring Semester/Spring 2 undergraduate grades due from faculty
May 17 Spring Graduation Date
May 23 Spring 2 graduate grades due from faculty

April 2 Registration begins for undergraduate Fall 2025 classes
April 7 Registration begins for graduate Fall 2025 classes
April 14 Registration for Fall 2024 classes opens to new transfer students
Aug. 8 Fall 1 Petition to Graduate due
Aug. 11 Fall 1 graduate classes start
Aug. 15 Fall 1 graduate drop deadline
Aug. 18 Fall Semester/Fall 1 undergraduate classes start
Aug. 22 Fall Semester/Fall 1 undergraduate drop deadline
Sept. 19 Fall 1 graduate withdrawal deadline
Sept. 26 Fall 1 undergraduate withdrawal deadline
Oct. 3 Fall Semester/Fall 2 Petition to Graduate due
Oct. 10 Fall 1 classes end
Oct. 11 Fall 1 graduate Graduation Date
Oct. 13 Fall 2 graduate classes start
Oct. 13–17 Undergraduate Fall Break
Oct 14 Mtskheta (Svetitskhoveloba, robe holiday) Day
Oct. 17 Fall 2 graduate drop deadline
Oct. 17 Fall 1 grades due from faculty
Oct. 20 Registration begins for graduate Spring 2026 classes
Oct. 20 Fall 2 undergraduate classes start
Oct. 24 Fall 2 undergraduate drop deadline
Nov. 5 Registration begins for undergraduate Spring 2026 classes
Nov. 14 Fall Semester undergraduate withdrawal deadline
Nov. 21 Fall 2 graduate withdrawal deadline
Nov. 27–28 Thanksgiving Break
Nov. 28 Fall 2 undergraduate withdrawal deadline
Dec. 8–12 Final Exam Period
Dec. 12 Fall Semester/Fall 2 classes end
Dec. 13 Fall Semester/Fall 2 Graduation Date
Dec. 19 Fall Semester/Fall 2 grades due from faculty

Oct. 20, 2025 Registration begins for graduate Spring 2026
Nov. 5, 2025 Registration begins for undergraduate Spring 2026
Nov. 10, 2025 Registration for undergraduate Spring 2026 classes opens to new transfer students
Jan. 12 Spring 1 graduate classes start
Jan. 13 Spring 1 graduate Petition to Graduate due
Jan. 16 Spring 1 graduate drop deadline
Jan. 19 Spring Semester/Spring 1 undergraduate classes start
Jan. 23 Spring Semester/Spring 1 undergraduate drop deadline
Feb. 13 Spring Semester Petition to Graduate due (All participants in St. Louis Commencement)
Feb. 20 Spring 1 graduate withdrawal deadline
Feb. 27 Spring 1 undergraduate withdrawal deadline
March 2 Spring Semester/Spring 2 graduate Petition to Graduate due
March 2 Registration begins for graduate Summer 2026 classes
March 13 Spring 1 classes end
March 14 Spring 1 graduate Graduation Date
March 16–20 Spring Break
March 20 Spring 1 grades due from faculty
March 23 Spring 2 classes start
March 27 Spring 2 drop deadline
April 1 Registration begins for undergraduate Fall 2026 classes
April 6 Registration begins for graduate Fall 2026 classes
April 17 Spring Semester undergraduate withdrawal deadline
May 1 Spring 2 withdrawal deadline
May 15 Spring Semester/Spring 2 undergraduate classes end
May 15–17 Commencement Weekend - TBD
May 22 Spring 2 graduate classes end
May 22 Spring Semester/Spring 2 undergraduate grades due from faculty
May 23 Spring Graduation Date
May 29 Spring 2 graduate grades due from faculty

Undergraduate Degree Offerings

The undergraduate international relations major at Webster is designed to help students develop the skills they need to understand and take part in an interconnected world: political awareness, economic understanding, cultural competency, and global citizenship.

Learn more about the BA in International Relations

The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration covers the breadth of business-related disciplines as defined in the business core curriculum. The major does not provide a specific specialization but rather exposes the student to various business functions. This major is ideally suited to the new or transfer upper-division business student or for the student interested in concurrently pursuing another area of study.

Learn more about the BS in Business Administration

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree at Webster University empowers you with the knowledge, skills and expertise necessary to thrive in the dynamic world of technology. Our Computer Science program is designed around identified core knowledge areas of computer science, offering a balanced blend of theoretical foundations and practical approaches to prepare you for successful entry into the IT workforce or graduate school.

As a Computer Science major, you’ll explore key topics, including software development, algorithms and data structures, computer organization, hardware and architecture, and data and information management.

Our Computer Science degree curriculum goes beyond technical proficiency. You’ll gain insights into the broader impact of technological advancements on social issues and professional practices. Effective written and oral communication of technical material is also emphasized, ensuring you can articulate complex concepts clearly and professionally. Our Computer Science degree also equips you with critical problem-solving skills, enabling you to tackle real-world challenges with confidence.

 

Students walking through hallway at Webster with international flags along ceiling.

Global Citizenship Program

Students walking through hallway at Webster with international flags along ceiling.

Our cornerstone to the liberal arts curriculum is the Global Citizenship Program, which prepares our students to meet the personal and professional challenges of tomorrow.

This program allows you to apply your personal experiences in an academic setting, where you’ll learn to think critically, communicate effectively and problem-solve. Through this signature curriculum, you’ll graduate with the core competencies required for responsible global citizenship in the 21st century.

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Graduate Degree Offerings

The master's degree in international relations at Webster University is unique for a number of reasons. Students are able to take advantage of Webster’s global footprint by studying abroad at Webster campuses throughout the world and are taught by faculty who are noted scholars and practitioners in the field. The program offers considerable flexibility and can be taken on a full-time or part-time basis.

Learn more about the MA in International Relations

Advance your business skills to develop and implement value-creating ideas and solutions in today's worldwide economy. The innovative MBA program at Webster University is designed for professionals who want to shape their own career, upgrade credentials, and be strategic players in the world of business.

Learn more about the MBA Program

The Master of Arts (MA) in Media Communications is for students who have both an interest and background in communications.

Successful graduates of this program will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of breadth of media communications.
  • Examine media within multiple contexts and perspectives.
  • Evaluate media as product, process and commentary in local and/or global contexts.
  • Construct qualitative and/or quantitative research methodologies.
  • Analyze media through appropriate research strategies.
  • Create effective written, oral and other media presentations.

Learn more about the MA in Media Communications

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