At the undergraduate level, we are committed to the liberal arts tradition. The undergraduate programs of study are embedded within the larger context of a Core Curriculum. The Core framework provides students a breadth of knowledge to function in a diverse and ever-changing world while the focus of study in a major provides depth of knowledge needed to pursue careers and or graduate education.
The small college atmosphere offers many benefits to students. Students learn with and from faculty who are experts in their fields which facilitates opportunities to be mentored and challenged individually in the education process. Our commitment to student-centered learning means students “learn to do” and “learn while doing” as guided by faculty. The Honors Program is designed for students with high academic ability and aspirations. Here courses are designed to provide enriched academic experiences consistent with abilities and interests. Numerous internship opportunities in the capital city of Delaware and along the mid-Atlantic corridor provide real-life problem-solving experiences to apply knowledge. The International Study Programs allow students many different ways to broaden their understanding of cultures and diversity while studying around the world. Our award winning Undergraduate Research area is a growing hallmark of Wesley College with student research showcased at the annual Scholars Day in April and at professional conferences in selected fields of study.
We believe great things await you as you study at Wesley College!
STEM majors, learn about the Cannon Scholars Program.
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- American Studies
- Biological Chemistry
- Business Administration
- Education K-8
- Education K-8/Special Education
- Educational Studies & Teacher Licensure
- Environmental Science
- Environmental Policy
- Exercise Science
- International Studies
- Law and Justice Studies
- Liberal Studies
- Medical Technology
- Multimedia Communication
- Music Industry
- Philosophy & Religion
- Physical Education K-12
- Political Science
- Pre-Professional Occupational Therapy
- Pre-Professional Physical Therapy
- Sports Management