According to James magazine, Wesleyan College ranks #6 among the Top Ten Colleges in Georgia for 2020. Rankings are based on undergraduate institutions that offer limited, if any, graduate programs. James’ rankings are based on criteria that include admissions standards such as standardized test scores, career placement after graduation, and more. This is the second year Wesleyan has appeared on the prestigious list.
According to Phil Kent, CEO and publisher of James, the magazine’s July/August 2020 issue, “Every year it gets more and more difficult to rank Georgia’s colleges and universities as they continue to grow in size and stature. Combining statistics from prominent outside rating services, detailed reports from the University System of Georgia, and consultations with prominent education and business leaders, we feel that our categories provide a comprehensive measure of how the state’s top schools stack up.”
Wesleyan offers undergraduate women 24 majors (including the online program applied psychology) and 35 minors in three degree programs: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The College also enrolls women and men to three graduate programs: Master of Elementary Education, Master of Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and Graduate Business Programs with three concentrations – Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Health Care Administration*, and Master of Science in Nonprofit Management*.
*Pending approval from SACSCOC.