Wesleyan College offers women and men six graduate programs with the same liberal arts focus, small classes, and world-class faculty valued by our undergraduate students. All programs are designed to fit a working professional’s busy schedule with online or hybrid classes in the evening or on weekends.
Our three 14-month graduate business programs are available 100% online: Master of Business Administration (MBA), previously the Executive MBA, Master of Science in Nonprofit Management, and Master of Science in Healthcare Administration. These three programs share core classes that engage students with a variety of perspectives and experiences in business, healthcare, nonprofits, and other industries. Students finish their degree taking specialty courses in their concentration. Because all instruction is available online, business graduate students can study from anywhere in the world.
Our Master of Education in Elementary Education (M.Ed.) invites practicing classroom teachers to learn with like-minded peers in one of the most engaging M.Ed. programs in Georgia. The 14-month hybrid program includes a two-week summer intensive on campus, a two-day trip to the Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta, and a culmination trip designed by the cohort. M.Ed. cohorts start each June.
Wesleyan’s Master of Arts in Industrial-Organizational Psychology prepares graduates to offer expertise in global issues such as embracing and sustaining workplace diversity, treating people equitably, and valuing worker well-being. Specialized curriculum will uniquely qualify students for many jobs including consulting work, human resources positions, or government jobs. This 18-month program allows students maximum flexibility due to the mix of online and in-person options.
Building on the legacy of Wesleyan’s long-standing excellence in music education, our trail-blazing Master of Arts in Music program is the only one of its kind in Georgia and the Southeast. Designed with integrated technology components throughout curriculum and assignments, the program aims to equip musicians to practice their discipline in an increasingly digital and intersectional world. Concentrations are available in performance (voice, organ, piano, collaborative piano, choral conducting) and composition. The program offers options up to 100% online.
If you would like to learn more, please contact our graduate enrollment team at firstname.lastname@example.org.