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Committed to our values of educational opportunities and excellence, Wesleyan College has provided a pathway for students to accelerate their course of study by completing both their bachelor’s degree and their master’s degree, saving both time and money. Students can take up to 6 credit hours in one of our graduate programs, while still enrolled as an undergraduate student.

Graduate Programs that participate:

Students must apply for admission to the accelerated Master's program in their junior year of study. If accepted to the program, the student will take two graduate courses during their senior year. Graduate-level program courses completed may be substituted by the academic advisor to count towards an unmet undergraduate degree course requirement if the course content is related (see below for a list of courses that have been approved for substitution). Otherwise, the graduate-level courses will be counted as elective credit.

The Accelerated Master's Programs are only open to Wesleyan students who meet the stated admissions requirements: 

Industrial Organizational-Psychology (M.A.)
  • a completed application
  • a minimum GPA of 3.3
  • a statement of purpose (750-1000 words)
  • a curriculum vita or resume
  • one letter of recommendation from a Wesleyan faculty member
  • academic writing sample (a paper written for a course you completed)
  • completion of PSY101 General Psychology and MAT/PSY 220 Statistics prior to applying with at least a C grade. This program is open to psychology and business majors.
  • an admissions interview will be scheduled with the program director once all documents have been received.

MBA or Nonprofit Management (M.S.)

  • a completed application
  • Current major in business administration with the completion of at least 6 of the 12 business core classes in the major, including at least one upper-level course, all with a B grade or higher. 
  • one letter of recommendation from a Wesleyan faculty member
  • a resume
  • an admissions interview will be scheduled with the program director once all documents have been received.
  1. Once a student has been admitted to the graduate program, they are eligible to enroll in two graduate courses.
  2. Being accepted into the 4+1 Graduate Program does not alter the student's type. Until the bachelor’s degree is conferred, the student remains a bachelor’s degree-seeking student for purposes of federal and state financial aid as well as any aid awarded to them as part of their undergraduate admission. 
  3. Upon graduating with a Bachelor’s degree, the student is immediately eligible to take the remaining graduate classes to complete the master’s degree.  
  4. To obtain a master’s degree from Wesleyan, a student must have completed the required credit hours at the graduate level required by the program. All graduate coursework counting toward the master’s degree must meet the regular, published master’s degree requirements from Wesleyan.
  5. While an undergraduate in the 4+1 Program, Wesleyan will collect and retain undergraduate tuition at Wesleyan’s rates. Financial aid, including scholarships, will be calculated in accordance with Wesleyan College’s then-current policies.
MBA or Nonprofit Management (M.S.)
Graduate Course Undergraduate Course
EBA 600: Executive Management Accounting ACC 202: Principles of Managerial Accounting*
EBA 602: Organizational Behavior in Management BUS 317: Organizational Behavior*
EBA 604: Strategic Marketing BUS 303: Principles of Marketing*
EBA 606: Managerial Economics Business elective
EBA 608: Managerial Corporate Finance Business elective
EBA 610: Quantitative Methods Business elective
EBA 612: Data Analytics Business elective
EBA 614: Ethics and Legal Aspects of Business BUS 310: Business Law*
EBA 616: Global Business Management BUS 332: International Business Management*
EBA 620: Human Resource Management BUS 318: Human Resources Management *
EBA 630: Executive Global Leadership BUS 328: Art of Business Leadership*

* or Business elective


Industrial-Organizational Psychology (M.A.)

PSY 504: Organizational Behavior and Theory
PSY 312: Industrial and Organizational Psychology

PSY 503: Social Psychology in the Workplace
PSY 203: Social Psychology

Students may also substitute the two graduate courses for 6 elective credits of count towards the 120 credits required to graduate with a bachelor’s degree.

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