I am an Educator, U.S. Navy Veteran and a Scholar (M.Ed) who graduated with a 3.8 GPA from Webster University back in May of 2016 with a MA Degree in Human Resource Management. I am a member of Golden Key International Honor Society, The Society for Collegiate... Read More Leadership and Achievement and Sigma Beta Delta (International Honor Society). I thoroughly enjoyed my HR graduate program with Webster and highly recommend their institution. I just found out Congress Woman Val Demings is a Webster Alumni, which is pretty cool, she would make a great senator.
I earned a Master of Arts in Human Resources Development. The program challenged me and I enjoyed it. I used my capstone project to secure a doctoral studies position and have been accepted into a program. Thank you to all my excellent professors and... Read More classmates! I must say though, the program is what you make it. if you aren't willing to put in the hard work you probably will be disappointed in the outcome.
I completed the Webster University MET completely online. Overall, my experience with Webster University was positive. First I had an exceptional advisor that worked with me throughout the program. Once I was accepted he asked me how many classes I wanted... Read More to take per semester--after that I was enrolled every semester for my required classes. He responded to questions quickly, provided great advice, and genuinely seemed interested in me as a person and student. As for the Professors during the courses, the majority were excellent. They were quick to respond with answers to questions, provided an acceptable turnaround time on grades, and again seemed interested in being part of my personal and professional growth. The course ended with a Capstone project with the requirement to create a Digital Portfolio. I would this "okay". The best piece of advice I can give to anyone looking at this program is to save every assignment and review provided by your professors. I did this and I will be honest, the Capstone was simple--a lot of copy and paste. I understand that this is something that I can use to showcase my experience at Webster, but I don't feel in the end it was "Master Level" work. Lastly, I attended the local graduation ceremony. There were a total of about 60 people that graduated and for a satellite location, Webster did the a wonderful job. What impressed me most was the President of Webster, Dr. Stroble, attended the ceremony.