Military Affairs Announces Cooperative Degree Program with DSS/CDSE

| May 1, 2014
Webster now holds cooperative degree programs with 37 military training installations, which provide transfer credit for military-taught courses.

Webster now holds cooperative degree programs with 37 military training installations, which provide transfer credit for military-taught courses.

Webster University’s Office of Military Affairs (OMA) announces a new cooperative degree with the Defense Security Services (DSS) Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE). Webster University Academic Advising director Tom Nickolai and associate professor Barrett Baebler recently completed a comprehensive review of 42 security services courses offered to the Department of Defense. Through its Education Division, the DSS/CDSE has undertaken the responsibility to provide graduate-level education to security professionals designed to develop Department of Defense’s future security leaders.

“Webster University is proud to be part of this education initiative with granting graduate transfer credit for 13 of their professional courses for our graduate degrees in Business and Organizational Security Management, and Information Technology Management,” said Webster’s associate vice president for Military and Governmental Programs Brig. Gen. Mike Callan (ret). “Dr. Nickolai and Dr. Baebler have done a tremendous job in reviewing over 1,300 pages of lesson plans and programs of instruction to validate the academic integrity for accreditation.”

This brings the Cooperative Degree Program total Webster University offers to our military to 37, furthering why Webster continues to be recognized as a “Best For Vets” educational institution.

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