Raj Soin College of Business
The Raj Soin College of Business offers bachelor's and master's degrees, certificates, and continuing education. The curriculum emphasizes real-world experiences and entrepreneurship. The college’s facilities include: a trading lab where students manage $1 million in real stock portfolios; a coffee shop entirely run by students, who make marketing, pricing, and management decisions; and a data analytics and visual environment lab that allows students to explore big data like never before. The college is accredited for business and accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the leading association of business schools. The college has also been rated a “Best Business School” by The Princeton Review
and as a “Best Online Business Program (Master’s)” by U.S. News & World Report
College of Education and Human Services
The College of Education and Human Services (CEHS) offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees as well as teaching licensures, certificates, and endorsements. Graduates teach in nearly every school in the region. Beyond teacher education, the college offers diverse programs such as rehabilitation services, sign language interpreting, sports science and sports management, and mental health and addiction counseling, Organizational leadership and leadership development are some of the college’s largest programs.The CEHS teacher preparation program is accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and has full approval by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
College of Engineering and Computer Science
The College of Engineering and Computer Science offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees as well as undergraduate and graduate certificates. Our academic programs emphasize design, innovation, impact, and teamwork. Many of our bachelor’s degree programs have a 4+1 option that allows you to complete both your bachelor's and master's degrees in just five years. Graduates of our academic programs command some of the highest starting salaries and highest employment rates on campus, and Wright State's competitive tuition rate helps you get there at minimal cost. An array of scholarships are available as well as fantastic employment opportunities while still completing your degree. Local employers complement your coursework with internship opportunities, providing real-world experience. You can also seek employment through the college as a teaching assistant, grader, or help room tutor.
The Graduate School embodies Wright State’s pioneering spirit of innovation through cutting-edge research, outstanding faculty and educational opportunities, and rich connections to the world around us. The Graduate School offers numerous graduate assistantships and fellowships to make attaining a high-quality graduate education affordable. Flexible class schedules and online options help accommodate each student’s individual needs. Several graduate programs have earned national accolades including those in business, education, engineering, and nursing. You can also connect with more than 111,000 Wright State alumni to help advance your career.
Lake Campus, a 173-acre campus on the shore of Grand Lake St. Marys, just a 90-minute drive from Wright State’s Dayton campus, makes higher education more accessible to rural west central Ohio. In 1969, the Western Ohio College in Celina became a Wright State branch campus. What was then a one-building college now has four buildings and a broad range of undergraduate and graduate programs. Students enjoy small classes, affordable tuition, and a community-supported atmosphere. Lake Campus offers campus housing, student organizations, athletics, and a growing variety of degree options.
College of Liberal Arts
The College of Liberal Arts is a diverse college offering bachelor's and master's degrees as well as undergraduate and graduate certificates in the social sciences, humanities, and fine and performing arts. The college also helps prepare students for professional and graduate study.The theatre, dance, and motion pictures programs are perhaps the most visible at the university, but others also have a long history of producing successful graduates in areas that directly affect our communities, including social work, urban affairs, political science, and more. The college is also home to four unique entities—Collaborative Education, Leadership and Innovation in the Arts (CELIA), the Applied Policy Research Institute (APRI), the Learning English for Academic and Professional Purposes (LEAP) program, and the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries.
Boonshoft School of Medicine
The Boonshoft School of Medicine offers medical education leading to the M.D., M.D./Ph.D., M.D./M.B.A., or M.D./M.P.H. degree; residency training; fellowship training; and master’s degree programs. Instead of operating a university-based hospital for clinical training, Wright State is affiliated with major teaching hospitals in the greater- Dayton area and has formal affiliation agreements with other health care institutions in the Miami Valley. This model exposes medical students and resident physicians to a broad spectrum of patients and health care facilities. In addition to its full-time faculty, Wright State’s voluntary faculty include physicians in private practice and other health care professionals in the community.
Wright State University-Miami Valley College of Nursing and Health
The Wright State University–Miami Valley College of Nursing and Health trains the nurses of the 21st century. Students can enroll in a four-year B.S.N. program, an R.N.-to-B.S.N. program, or an alternative prelicensure pathway that appeals to many, including military veterans with medical training. The college also offers a master’s degree with several concentration options, a graduate certificate, and continuing education courses. Wright State is a leader in disaster management training. The National Disaster Health Course teaches military and civilian medical personnel to work together in emergency situations to more effectively respond to disasters.
School of Professional Psychology
The School of Professional Psychology is the public institution in Ohio that confers the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree. The school admits only a limited number of new doctoral students each year and has no undergraduate programs. As a practitioner-model program, the school focuses on training students for professional clinical psychology practices. Students may elect to pursue added depth in the following emphasis areas: child, health rehabilitation and primary care, or forensic psychology.. Clinical psychology students provide a broad array of essential mental health services to a diverse client population at the Ellis Human Development Institute, located on the west side of Dayton, about 20 minutes from campus.
College of Science and Mathematics
The College of Science and Mathematics offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs as well as undergraduate and graduate certificates. The largest departments in the college are biological sciences and psychology. Undergraduate research and experiential learning are key components of the curriculum. The college is committed to the success of our students by providing hands-on research opportunities and real-world experience.The college includes has a robust pre-health program that prepares students to become competitive applicants for many health professional programs including medicine, dentistry, optometry, veterinary medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, pharmacy, and physician’s assistant.