Online Degree Program

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wesleyan's 100% online degree program provides the flexibility, convenience, and affordability women need.

We know getting to campus for classes can be a big challenge for women who are busy working and care giving. Whether you are interested in starting your college career, completing a college program you’ve put on hold, or earning a second degree, we’ve designed our online program to meet your needs. Wesleyan College is here to help you achieve your academic goals. With our new, state-of-the-art online experience, you can complete your coursework and earn your business or accounting degree 100% online on your time - wherever you are. 


Our accelerated online program will help you earn your degree quickly and more efficiently. Wesleyan Online courses are:

  • eight weeks in length
  • offered in five sessions a year
  • flexible - you can attend full time or part time

Wesleyan Online offers year-round admission so you can enroll at any time and complete your coursework whenever and wherever suits you best.

We are transfer friendly and will also consider your professional work experience for academic credit. We guarantee you will graduate on your time table – your graduation will not be held up due to an unavailable class. 


Business Program

Business Program

This program prepares you for careers from running your own businesses to managing a nonprofit organization. Four specializations: strategic management, organizational behavior, sport management, or healthcare administration.

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Accounting Program

Accounting Program

This program offers women the initial preparation needed to pursue a career as a certified public accountant (CPA), certified management accountant, certified internal auditor, and certified financial planner, to name just a few.

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Applied Psychology

Applied Psychology

Equips women with skills to apply knowledge of the science of behavior and mental process to practice. Gain the ability to understand and explain complex findings and the many ways psychological research can improve outcomes.

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No Surprise Costs

All Wesleyan Online courses are $448 per credit hour, including all textbooks.

That's it. There are no hidden costs. Our all-inclusive tuition rate will grant you open access to Wesleyan's wide array of support services, including tutoring, library resources, and tech support. What's more, your textbooks will conveniently arrive right at your front door! When your classes are over, you will simply mail the books back by generating a postage-paid shipping label.

Available Financial Aid

Financial Aid is available to qualified students.

Degree-seeking online students may qualify for eligible financial aid including Pell Grant, HOPE Scholarship, Federal Direct Stafford Loans, and more.

To apply, please complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at Once you have been accepted into the Online Program and have completed the FAFSA, the Financial Aid Office will award your initial financial aid package and contact you for more information. If you have questions, you may contact the Financial Aid Office at or at (478) 757-5205.

Flexible Transfer Credit Policy

Wesleyan College has one of the most flexible transfer credit policies in the country.

We will work with you early in the process to identify your transferable credits. In general, transfer credits must come from an accredited institution, be from degree-level coursework, and have a grade of “C” or higher.    

  • If you studied at a regionally accredited community college, you may transfer and apply up to 60 credits.
  • If you studied at a regionally accredited four-year institution, you may transfer and apply up to 90 credits.
  • If you have studied at more than one institution, we can accept your credits, provided the institutions are regionally accredited.
  • If you previously earned an Associate's degree at a regionally accredited college, you do not have to take additional general education courses at Wesleyan College to earn your bachelor's degree. 
  • When you apply, you will receive a full transfer credit evaluation. Your academic evaluation will show where your previously earned credit will fit into your degree and show what courses you have left to take. See listing of courses that will transfer to Wesleyan.
Dedicated Support for Online Students

Our wrap-around support services are designed to help you succeed.

As a member of Wesleyan Online’s community, you will enjoy

  • a highly collaborative learning environment
  • weekly invitations to real-time virtual chat sessions with professors and classmates
  • regular opportunities to meet and network with other goal-oriented women like you
  • a dedicated academic advisor
  • online tutoring and learning support from the Academic Resource Center
  • personalized career guidance from the Center for Career Development
  • full access to Wesleyan’s electronic library with nearly limitless research opportunities
Career Focused Curriuculum

Our career-focused curriculum is designed to help you advance your career and increase your salary.

Wesleyan College has risen above the competition to ensure superior career preparation and professional development for all students in their chosen field of study. As an institution, we believe it is essential for each student to develop knowledge and skills that can transfer to the workplace and to demonstrate their application through a practical experience.  Our From Here to Career program is about more than landing a new job or getting a promotion at work. Wesleyan students learn how to plot and navigate their own career development journey—by refining their interests and goals, developing the skills they need to succeed, and learning to highlight those skills effectively in the workplace or a job interview. 

We also recognize that many adult students come to Wesleyan with years of valuable professional knowledge and experience, which is why we offer the opportunity to receive academic credit for prior workplace learning.

Award Winning Faculty

Our faculty is ranked among the best in the nation.

Wesleyan’s online classes are taught by the same dedicated, experienced, and full-time faculty who lead our on-campus classes. Ninety percent of Wesleyan’s full-time faculty hold the highest degrees in their fields from places like Oxford, Harvard, MIT, Georgetown, Duke, Loyola University, University of California at Berkeley, Wake Forest, Vanderbilt, and Yale. Wesleyan students agree that, although their classes may be challenging, the professors are definitely the best part of their college experience.

Learning Environment Designed for Women

Women’s colleges are known for creating self-confident leaders and communicators who get involved, speak up, and speak out.

Research shows that ninety percent of women’s college graduates say they feel the financial investment in their education was worth it. Graduates of women’s colleges feel better prepared for:

  • life after college
  • their first job
  • a career change
  • advancement in their career 

(Survey conducted by Hardwick Day for the Women’s College Coalition.)

Education Rooted in the Liberal Arts

Women who earn a liberal arts degree believe they can change the world - and they do!

A liberal arts education provides wide-ranging exploration of many different subjects and ensures a better working knowledge of the world, rather than focusing on a single subject area. Your Wesleyan coursework will teach you how to

  • think for yourself
  • think outside the box
  • think critically
  • see things as a whole
  • develop your intellectual ability
  • prepare for many fields in today’s workplace

A liberal arts background will equip you with a unique perspective that makes you highly competitive for many professional opportunities and quite successful at whatever you choose to do.




online course offerings

Fall 2019 Online

Split Term A (August 19-October 11)

Registration Opens: March 25
Registration Deadline: July 5 

*A $25 late registration fee will be charged after this date*

  • ACC 323: Cost Accounting 
  • BUS 106: Business Ethics & Society 
  • BUS 330: Strategic Management 
  • ECO 102: Issues in Macroeconomics
  • MAT 192: Mathematical Reasoning 
  • MAT 350: Algorithms 
  • MUS 215: Women, Music, & Culture
  • PSY 101: Intro to General Psychology 
  • WST 215: Women, Music and Culture


Split Term B (October 16-December 17)

Registration Opens: March 25
Registration Deadline: September 3 

*A $25 late registration fee will be charged after this date*

  • ACC 201: Financial Accounting
  • ACC 205/ECO 205: Principles of Finance
  • ACC 321: Intermediate Accounting I 
  • ART 106: Understanding Images
  • BUS 317: Organizational Behavior
  • ENG 102: Workshop in Research Writing
  • MAT 192: Mathematical Reasoning 
  • MAT/PSY 220: Statistical Methods
  • SPA 101: Elementary Spanish I 
Fall 2019 GEICO Onsite Courses

Full Term (August 19-December 17)

Registration Opens: March 25
Registration Deadline: July 5 

*A $25 late registration fee will be charged after this date*

  • ACC 201: Financial Accounting / Mon 5:30-7:00pm
  • MAT/PSY 220: Statistical Methods / Thurs 5:30-8:30pm


Split Term A (August 19-October 11) 

Registration Opens: March 25
Registration Deadline: July 5 

*A $25 late registration fee will be charged after this date*

  • BUS 328: Art of Business Leadership / Tues 5:30-8:30pm
  • ECO 104: Issues in Microeconomics / Wed 5:30-8:30pm
Spring 2020 Online

Split Term A (January 13-March 6)

Registration Opens: October 21
Registration Deadline: November 29 

*A $25 late registration fee will be charged after this date*

  • ACC 202: Managerial Accounting 
  • ACC 322: Intermediate Accounting II 
  • BUS 315: Principles of Management 
  • BUS 332: International Business Management 
  • ESC 150: Principles of Environmental Science
  • HIS 125: The Emergence of the Modern World 
  • MAT 192: Mathematical Reasoning 
  • MUS 150: Bach to Rock 
  • SPA 102: Elementary Spanish 
  • WRI 101: Fundamentals of College Writing  


Split Term B (March 16-May 12)

Registration Opens: October 21
Registration Deadline: January 31 

*A $25 late registration fee will be charged after this date*

  • ACC 423: Intermediate Accounting III 
  • BUS 318: Human Resource Management
  • BUS 475: Portfolio Seminar
  • COM 202: Public Speaking
  • ECO 104: Issues in Microeconomics
  • ECO 475: Portfolio Seminar
  • ENG 101: English Composition: Essays
  • ENG 337: Seminar in American Literature
  • MAT/PSY 220: Statistical Methods
  • PDE 401: Professional Practice Seminar 
  • PSY 203: Social Psychology 
  • SPA 300: Seminar in Latin American Studies 


Spring 2020 GEICO Onsite Courses

Full Term (January 13-May 12)

Registration Opens: October 21
Registration Deadline: November 29 

*A $25 late registration fee will be charged after this date*

  • ACC 202: Managerial Accounting / Mon 5:30-8:30pm

  • BUS 310: Business Law / Thurs 5:30-8:30pm

  • ECO 102: Issues in Macroeconomics / Tues 5:30-8:30pm


Split Term A (January 13-March 6) 

Registration Opens: October 21
Registration Deadline: November 29 

*A $25 late registration fee will be charged after this date*

  • BUS 317: Organizational Behavior / Wed 5:30-8:30pm 




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questions about our Online Program?

Our Enrollment Coordinator, Jessica Tucker is here to help you with any questions or concerns you may have about our Online Program at Wesleyan College. For more information about courses available, schedules, or applying into this program, please contact Jessica at or (478) 757-3994.





With Wesleyan Online, you'll get your degree - and your dream - your way.


The Value of a of a wesleyan college education

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Wesleyan College has been educating women and helping them realize their potential for 182 years. Just like our on-campus students, our online students have the benefit being part of the Wesleyan family forever. 

All Wesleyan College courses, including online, are fully accredited by SACSCOC, which means you will never have to worry about your credits transferring to another institution or your transcript being accepted by graduate schools.

Upon graduation all Wesleyan students are accepted into the world’s first and oldest alumnae association (formed in 1859) - a global network where tradition and friendship come together to build a family of Wesleyan women who support each other from the moment they step onto campus through graduation and beyond. 

As a member of the Wesleyan College Alumnae Association, you will form life-long friendships and stay connected to the College through alumnae activities that bring sisters together to communicate ideas, share experiences, and create opportunities for professional networking and personal growth while serving as ambassadors for the College. 


The first female CEO of a Fortune 500 company attended a women's college.


Graduates of women's colleges are almost twice as likely to earn a graduate degree as any other group.


of women in corporate America are graduates of a women's college.

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