Undergraduate Programs

Webster’s flexible degree structure promotes both academic depth and intellectual breadth, encouraging you to explore diverse interests in your chosen field and beyond. Our students normally earn their Bachelor’s degrees in 3 to 4 years (depending which secondary system they pursued).

At Webster, approximately half of your courses will be focused on your chosen major of study. Your remaining courses will include courses from our Global Citizenship curriculum and electives, which can be allocated toward a second major or an academic emphasis, minor or certificate.



A Bachelor Degree at Webster

In order to graduate from Webster University, a student must complete 120 academic credit hours*, that includes a Major as well as course work in Webster's Global Citizenship (general education) requirements and elective credits.

The following are the primary majors available in Geneva:  

Bachelor of Science Degrees

BS Business Administration
BS Computer Science
BS Computer Science - emphasis in Cybersecurity
BS Finance
BS Psychology

Bachelor of Arts Degrees

BA Economics
BA International Relations
BA International Relations: Emphasis in International Economics
BA International Relations: Emphasis in Migration & Refugee Studies
BA Management
BA Management: Emphasis in Marketing
BA Media Studies
BA Photography
BA Psychology

Elective credits in the student's study plan may be chosen in a way that earns a double major, an Academic minor or Certificate.  Academic advisors coach students through course selection.

See Full List of All Majors, Minors and Certificates



Learn about the Global Citizenship Program »

 

* Webster University Geneva follows the U.S. credit hour system (where 1 U.S. credit hour equivalent to 2 ECTS credits in the EU/Bologna system).  A typical course is 3 credit hours; the standard full-time student takes 15 credits per semester for the standard pace toward graduation, yet students can choose to pursue between 12 and 18 credits with the full-time student rate.