Webster University has provided outstanding graduate education in South Carolina since 1976, when we opened our first campus in Charleston. The rapid growth of the Charleston program soon led to the creation of additional campuses at Beaufort, Fort Jackson, Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, and Greenville. We reaffirmed our commitment to serve the higher education needs of the region with the opening of our Columbia Metropolitan Campus in 2001 and our Shaw Air Force Base campus in 2003.
The Myrtle Beach campus moved off base in 1992 to offer a wider array of programs and to better serve our grow-ing numbers of students in Myrtle Beach and the surrounding communities of Darlington, Florence, and Georgetown as well as the North Carolina cities of Fayetteville, Whiteville, and Wilmington.
Graduate programs at Myrtle Beach are open to career-minded civilians and military personnel throughout the region who wish to pursue graduate studies to advance their careers and promote their professional development. The campus is also approved for the training of veterans.
Traditional classroom courses meet one evening per week from 5:45 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., or every other Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.