North Carolina Wesleyan College offers 23 undergraduate programs leading to the bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees.
North Carolina Wesleyan bachelor degree students can opt for specialized courses of study in the humanities, social and natural sciences, and professional areas. Undergraduate programs of study are organized into majors designed to give students a strong conceptual base, experience with the tools of inquiry and study, an understanding of related historical and philosophical assumptions, and an appreciation of the interrelationship between the major and other areas of knowledge.
The academic regulations and the courses of instruction that follow provide a diverse and flexible program for all North Carolina Wesleyan College students earning undergraduate and bachelor degrees. The general education requirements, planned by an experienced faculty, develop intellectual skills and explore themes that demonstrate the connections and applications of the liberal arts to our common life.
Students are urged to read all regulations carefully and to study courses of instruction in all areas in order to help plan their educational programs in consultation with their advisors. It is very important that students become familiar with all the academic requirements pertaining to their programs of study. The final responsibility for meeting all academic and graduation requirements rests with the student.