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The world is changing fast. Your education needs to prepare you for the world as it is now, and as it will be when you walk across the stage at graduation. That's what Wisconsin Lutheran College programs are designed to do.

Explore WLC Majors & Programs of Study

Here, you'll get personal, one-on-one instruction in small classes from highly skilled faculty and professors. You'll also have numerous opportunities for hands-on learning on campus in state-of-the-art facilities, and off-campus in locations throughout Milwaukee. You could even take your studies across the globe to take courses and put your skills to work as you immerse yourself in another culture.

The courses you take at Wisconsin Lutheran college will prepare you for success and challenge you to be a leader in your academic field. You'll develop skills vital to any career, and adaptable to ever-changing job markets including:

  • Critical thinking
  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Decision-making

Because our courses are taught through a Christian lens, you'll also learn how to bring your faith and compassion for others to your chosen academic field as a servant leader.

You'll be supported every step of the way by academic advisors who will help you chart your path so you can graduate ready to step into your purpose and make an impact on the world.

Academic Catalog

Our online academic catalog can help you quickly locate details about academic advising, course offerings and course descriptions, and academic policies.

Academic Catalog
Academic Programs

With more than 35 majors and minors, numerous pre-professional programs, and innovative dual-degree offerings, you're sure to find an academic program that meets your interests! 

Academic Programs
General Education

Intended to prepare “students for lives of Christian leadership,” a central tenet of WLC's mission, our General Education curriculum emphasizes Christian vocation - the work one is called to do in all areas of his/her life.

General Education