See each program listing for individual program requirements.
In addition to the above, all degree candidates must settle all financial obligations in order to receive their diploma.
General Education Requirements - In addition to the regular core curriculum (major), a 30-credit general education core is required of all undergraduate students enrolled in an adult program. This 30-credit general education core includes:
Bachelor core courses that fall into general education categories may not be used to fulfill both the core requirement and the general education requirement.
Minors - Bachelor degree students may take a minor subject as noted in each department. Most minor programs require at least 18-24 hours in the subject area. Each department offering the minor may specify required courses. A grade point average of 2.0 or higher, or as defined in each minor, must be earned in courses specified in the minor. No more than three hours of credit may be shared between a minor and a certificate. A maximum of six hours of credit may be shared between a minor and a major if permitted by the programs of study.
Second Majors - A second major may be declared with the Office of Student Services by any current student. A student must earn a minimum of 51 unique (unduplicated hours) between the two majors. No more than six hours of credit may be shared between a major and a certificate. A maximum of six hours of credit may be shared between a minor and a major if permitted by the programs of study.
After graduating with a baccalaureate degree, a student may add a major by completing the requirements of the major subject as listed in the current catalog. If no additional coursework in the proposed added major have been taken within 10 years of graduation, a minimum number of nine new credits in the major are required. New general education requirements will not need to be met to post an additional major. Students adding a second major are not eligible to participate in graduation again.
Second Degrees - If an Indiana Wesleyan University graduate wishes to return to the university to earn a second degree at the same degree level, he or she may do so if pursuing a different degree and major. All current requirements for the second degree must be met, including general education requirements, and at least 30 additional semester hours must be taken.