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Webber University

Webber university was found by Grace Knight and Roger W. Babson on April 6, 1927, which was to carry the last name of their granddaughter, Camilla Grace Webber. The mission of the University is to offer students an array of business, liberal arts and sciences, and pre-professional programs of study that create a life transforming educational opportunity which is practical in its application, global in its scope, and multi-disciplinary in its general education core. The University awards degrees at the bachelor and master levels at locations in Florida and North Carolina, as well as at the associate level in Florida. Traditional classroom, online, and hybrid learning environments are available. Webbers programs in Florida focus on the worldwide business environment, and emphasize development of skills in administration and strategic planning, applied modern business practices, and entrepreneurship. The St. Andrews branch campus in North Carolina offers an array of traditional liberal arts and sciences and pre-professional programs of study. Undergraduate programs are available for the subjects accounting, computer information systems management, corporate communications, criminal justice management, elementary education, finance, general business studies, hospitality & tourism management, business management, marketing, sport business management. The Webber University which started in 1927 with a small campus has evolved with to grow into a campus with several facilities for the students. The campus when founded was a college for women and from September 1971 the first male students were admitted in to the college. In February 2011 Webber International University announced a merger with St. Andrews College in Laurinburg, North Carolina.