Graduate Degrees, Programs, Licensure, and Credit
Wright State also offers curricula that lead to a certificate awarded by the university after the completion of a specific sequence of courses. These courses may be an independent academic program or part of a master's degree program. Students who pursue the certificate as an independent program will be enrolled in nondegree status.
Certificates may be earned in the College of Nursing and Health (Nursing Education, School Nursing); Department of Neuroscience, Cell Biology, and Physiology (Anatomy); the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (Database Management and Design, Software Engineering, and Software Management); the Department of English Language and Literatures (Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages, TESOL; Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL); and Technical and Professional Writing); the Department of History (Museum Studies; Archive Administration and Records Management); the Department of Urban Affairs and Geography (American Humanics Association Nonprofit Administration; Cartography, Photogrammetry, and Remote Sensing); the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the Raj Soin College of Business (Innovation and Entrepreneurship in High Technology); the School of Medicine and the Raj Soin College of Business (Health Care Management); the College of Education and Human Services (Sports Management). The Women's Studies Program offers a graduate certificate in Women's Studies that can be pursued in the contexts of the Master of Humanities, the Master of Arts in English, or as a complement to any graduate or professional degree program by both degree and nondegree graduate students. Interested students should contact the appropriate departments or programs for further information.
The Database Management and Design, Software Engineering, and Software Management Certificate Programs offered in the College of Engineering and Computer Science through the Computer Science and Engineering department are intended for continuing education and retraining of computing professionals.
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