Tennessee Wesleyan College's curriculum spans more than 30 programs of study, including our interdisciplinary programs, which allow students to combine classes from more than one subject area to create a more specialized major.
Welcome to the Curriculum
Tennessee Wesleyan offers four undergraduate degrees in more than 30 majors and concentrations and all can be completed in four years. Our programs offer field work, internships and service learning initiatives, as well as opportunities to study abroad.
All students must fulfill the All College Requirements (ACR) in addition to their major's core classes. The ACR provides students with a breadth of learning experiences in a variety of academic fields. The curriculum is designed to help students develop the ability to write and problem-solve by thinking critically and creatively - some of the most sought-after skills in today's professional world.
Meet the Faculty
Our professors are leaders in their fields and on campus. They receive recognition through regional and national awards, grants and fellowships; they bring work experience into the classroom; they lead conferences, conduct research, publish books and collaborate with students. They're artists, administrators, historians, ministers, scholars, scientists, entrepreneurs - and, always, they are exceptional teachers.
With a 16:1 student to faculty ratio and an average class size of less than 20, our students know their professors as friends, as cheerleaders, as advisors and as mentors.
- Faculty Highlight
- Julie Jack, associate professor of art, has been with TWC since 1997. She earned a bachelor of fine arts degree from Middle Tennessee State University and master of fine arts degree from the prestigious School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
According to Julie, "a renaissance of sorts is taking shape under the creative hands of students and faculty in the Visual Arts program at TWC."