Expand your Network
During their studies, MA students in the INGO program have multiple opportunities to generate qualitative professional relationships. They form a network with their professors and get to engage with highly respected professionals invited to share their experiences. Participants may also expand their perspective through international travel and study within Webster University’s network of campuses.
Webster offers students the freedom to tailor their INGO studies by selecting elective courses that match their individual interests and career objectives. The program allows students flexibility to schedule classes around professional and personal commitments through evening classes, full or part-time studies, plus options for online learning.
Fast Track Your Career
The program can be completed in as little as 14 months—even faster for students who previously earned a master’s degree. To enhance career prospects, students can work with Career Services to target prospective organizations, develop effective cover letters/résumés and master the art of interviewing. Certain students add to their experiential credentials by pursuing internships in international organizations and NGOs.
Applicants must possess an earned Bachelor’s degree in any subject from an accredited university. In addition, English language proficiency must be documented.