Graduate Degrees, Programs, Licensure, and Credit
Graduate Degrees and Programs
The graduate programs at Wright State University provide advanced professional training in the area of a student's field of specialization and afford opportunities to conduct research and special investigations. The student's graduate program of study is an initiation into methods of intensive study and research in some selected area of knowledge. It is the objective of the School of Graduate Studies to provide its students with the opportunity to achieve a high level of professional competence.
The following are the graduate degree programs and their concentrations.
MasterÍs Degrees and Programs
Applied Behavioral Science/M.A.
Criminal Justice and Social Problems
International and Comparative Politics (separate program Fall 2006)
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology/M.S.
Biological Sciences, Environmental Sciences
Administration of Nursing and Health Care Systems/M.B.A. and M.S. dual degree;
Business Economics; Finance; Flexible Business; Management, Innovation and
Change; International Business; Management of Information Technology; Marketing;
Project Management; Supply Chain Management ; Business Administration/M.B.A.
and Social and Applied Economics/M.S. dual degree
Chemistry, Environmental Sciences
Classroom Teacher/M.A., M.Ed.
Career, Technical, and Adult Education Vocational Teacher Licensure; Computer/Technology Education; Early Childhood Education; Library/Media; General; Mathematics; Modern Languages; Multi-Age; Adolescent Young Adult; Middle Childhood; Physical Education (HPR); Reading; Science; Intervention Specialist: Gifted Educational Needs; Mild to Moderate Educational Needs; Moderate to Intensive Educational Needs
Counseling/M.A., M.R.C., M.S.
Business and Industrial Management, Exceptional Children, Community, Marriage and Family, Mental Health, Rehabilitation Counseling (Chemical Dependency, Severe Disabilities)
Educational Leadership/M.A., M.Ed.
Curriculum and Instruction: Teacher Leader; Principalship; Student Affairs
in Higher Education-Administration; Educational Administrative Specialist: Curriculum,
Instruction, and Professional Development; Educational Administrative Specialist:
Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Development-Technology; Educational
Administrative Specialist: Vocational Education Administration
Biomedical, Electrical, Human Factors, Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical
Literature, Composition and Rhetoric, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Environmental Sciences, Environmental Geochemistry, Environmental Geology, Geological Sciences, Geophysics, Hydrogeology, Petroleum Geology
Human Factors and Industrial/Organizational Psychology/M.S.
Interdisciplinary Science and Mathematics/M.S.T.
International and Comparative Politics/M.A. (Fall 2006)
Logistics Management: Supply Chain Management/M.S.
Applied Mathematics, Mathematics
Microbiology and Immunology/M.S.
Music Education, Performance
Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Administration of Nursing and Health Care
Systems, (M.S.), Administration of Nursing and Health Care Systems (M.S.
and M.B.A. dual degree), Adult Health, Child and Adolescent Health, Community
Health, Clinical Nurse Leader, Family Nurse Practitioner, School Nurse
Pharmacology and Toxicology/M.S.
Physics, Medical Physics/M.S.
Physiology and Biophysics/M.S.
Human Factors and Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Public Administration, Communication
Public Health Management, Health Promotion and Education, Public Health
Nursing, Emergency Preparedness
Pupil Personnel Services/M.A., M.Ed.
Selected Graduate Studies/M.A., M.S.
Social and Applied Economics/M.S.