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UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS:

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE

Curriculum Requirements – Satisfactory completion of 60 academic semester hours of credit or equivalent in an approved program as outlined in this catalog and as determined by the faculty of the department.

Residence Requirements:

  • The minimum residence requirements for the associate degree is two semesters.
  • Students are required to complete 30 of the last 33 credits applied toward the Associate Degree during regular residence in the college.

G.P.A. Requirement – Students must maintain a 2.00 or higher grade point average for all study completed at Webber International University.

Physical Education – Students will be allowed no more than 3 credits of Physical Education courses toward grade point. These credit hours will not count toward Graduation requirements.

Application for Graduation – Application for graduation must be filed in the Registrars office ONE semester before the semester of graduation.

Financial Obligations – All financial obligations to the college must be fulfilled.

Common Core Requirements (Associate of Science Degree in Business Administration)

General Education Core 21 Credits

Business Core 27 Credits

Area of Concentration and Tailored Electives 12 Credits
Total Requirements 60 Credits

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

Curriculum Requirements – Satisfactory completion of 120 academic semester hours of credit or equivalent in an approved program as outlined in this catalog and as determined by the faculty.

Residence Requirements:

  • The minimum residence requirements for the associate degree is two semesters.
  • Students are required to complete 30 of the last 33 credits applied toward the Bachelors Degree in regular residence in the college.

After the student enrolls at Webber International University only general education courses may be taken at other institutions. All remaining business core and subject area specialization courses must be taken at Webber International University. An exemption from this requires a special petition to the Chief Academic Officer.

G.P.A. Requirement – Students must maintain a 2.00 or higher grade point average for all study completed at Webber International University.

Physical Education – Students will be allowed no more than 3 credits of Physical Education courses toward grade point. These credit hours will not count toward Graduation requirements.

Application for Graduation – Application for graduation must be filed in the Registrars office ONE semester before the semester of graduation.

Financial Obligations – All financial obligations to the college must be fulfilled.

Common Core Requirements(Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration)

(Accounting, Computer Information System Management, Corporate Communications, Criminal Justice Management, Finance, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Management, Marketing, Pre-Law, Sport Business Management)

General Education Core 36 Credits

Business Core 36 Credits

Area of Concentration and Tailored Electives to Include an additional computer course 48 Credits
Total Requirements 120 Credits

DEGREE COMBINATIONS

Any student pursuing a four-year degree may elect to pursue an Associate of Science degree in one area of concentration and a Bachelor of Science in another area of concentration. Such diversity of effort not only broadens ones horizon, but offers flexibility among alternate employment opportunities in todays fluctuating business environment.

A student wishing to earn a second bachelors degree in another concentration would complete 120 credit hours toward the B.S. degree in the first area, then would be required to complete an additional 30 credit hours in the second area. HOWEVER, none of the 30 credit hours in the second area CAN be duplicated of the 30 specialty hours from the first area.

The student will complete the second B.S. degree with a minimum of 150 credit hours. A student wishing to earn a second associate’s degree in another concentration would complete 60 credit hours toward the A.S. degree in the first area, then would be required to complete an additional 15 credit hours in the second area. HOWEVER, none of the 15 credit hours in the second area CAN be duplicated of the specialty hours from the first area. The student will complete the double A.S. degree with a minimum of 75 credit hours. GRADUATION Webber degrees are conferred during graduation ceremonies held each Spring at the completion of the second semester of the academic year.

Any student who has a 2.00 cumulative G.P.A., is pre-registered to complete his degree by the end of August, and has completed an application for graduation will be allowed to march in the Spring graduation ceremony.

GRADUATION HONORS

Honors recognition is given to degree candidates whose cumulative grade point average for all study completed is 3.50 or higher.

Baccalaureate students who have earned 60 hours at Webber International University may receive the following designed honors:

Cum Laude 3.50 – 3.69
Magna Cum Laude 3.70 – 3.89
Summa Cum Laude 3.90 – 4.00

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Webber International University will be hosting its 23rd Annual President’s Golf Tournament on Monday, November 3, 2014 at the Lake Wales Country Club. Lunch and registration for golfers will begin at 11:30 a.m. and the 4-person team scramble will begin at 1:00 p.m. Golf will be followed by an awards ceremony with heavy hors d’oeuvres, […]

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    Babson Park, FL- Webber’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) held the fourth huddle of the semester in the Babson Center on Tuesday evening. The praise and worship session consisted of an on-screen song by Hillsong, “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” organized by Senior, Luke Brigham. Senior, Baylin Trujillo gave the devotional and spoke […]

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  BABSON PARK, Fla. – Jack A. Chambless, Professor of Economics at Valencia College and professional speaker, delivered an interesting lecture to students and community members on the evening of Wednesday, September 17th at the campus of Webber International University. Mr. Chambless spoke on the topic of “Income Inequality and the Constitution.”  His message explored the […]

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