Embark on A Global-Centric, Personalized Experience
Webster Tashkent's flexible degree structure promotes academic depth and intellectual breadth, encouraging our students to explore diverse personal and professional interests. Our students normally earn their bachelor’s degrees within four years.
At Webster, students have the opportunity to take our Global Citizenship curriculum and electives along with classes for their major. Electives are subjects taken outside of major requirements, and Global Citizenship are classes aimed at providing young people with international perspective and wide knowledge in the arts, sciences, and humanities. To graduate, our students must complete 120 credit hours of coursework, including their major and Global Citizenship requirements.
Global Citizenship Program
Our cornerstone to the liberal arts curriculum is the Global Citizenship Program, which prepares our students to meet the personal and professional challenges of tomorrow.
This program allows you to apply your personal experiences in an academic setting, where you’ll learn to think critically, communicate effectively and problem-solve. Through this signature curriculum, you’ll graduate with the core competencies required for responsible global citizenship in the 21st century.
Webster Tashkent: Undergraduate Minors
While "majors" are the bachelor's programs offered at American universities, "minors" are smaller specializations that students can choose to complete in addition to their major. They can be complementary to the student's major, or very different.
At Webster Tashkent, students may select one of the minors listed below.
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