Please read the frequent questions and answers about Academics @John Wesley University
The total number of hours varies by program, ranging from 55 hours to 128 or 132.
This depends on many factors, i.e. how many hours of classes you take per year, whether you are in school continuously, etc., but we would like to see you graduate as soon as possible!
You’d need to take an average of five classes each semester (totaling 30 hours in one academic year) to complete a degree program of 120 hours.
If you’re self-disciplined and focused, you can take more hours each semester. Some students take both traditional face-to-face classes mixed with online classes. You can also go to summer school, meaning you’re in school year-round. That will cut your total time at school and reduce costs.
Yes! As long as you passed the qualifying test, you get transfer credit.
Yes, we will consider CLEP and DANTES test results to apply toward your degree program.
Some of our freshmen courses are the largest, but even then, classes will have less than 30 students enrolled in them. Our average student/teacher ratio is 10:1, which means usually there is one teacher for every 10 students.
Our teachers are well qualified, both academically and professionally. They are committed to teaching well and walking alongside you in your journey.
At John Wesley, our focus is on certain degree programs in ministry, management and the medical field. We help you learn and grow as a Christian leader so you can impact your world for God in a various ways, no matter where or how you serve. This strong Christian leadership foundation will support you throughout the rest of your professional life.
We believe that your impact as a Christian leader is enhanced by learning God’s Word, no matter what you do or where you go.
Contact our admissions department, by calling 336-821-2474, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit our How to Apply page and complete the steps there.
We are nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE), recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, and licensed by the University of the North Carolina Office of General Administration.
For the working adult, we provide adult completion programs that usually end in graduation between 18 and 24 months.
Every semester, each John Wesley University student completes 16 hours of community/Christian service.
Please visit our Academics page for a list of our majors and general academic information.
John Wesley University does not have a minimum hour requirement for transfer student. You must complete at least one fourth of your program at John Wesley University in order to graduate.