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Majors

Raj Soin College of Business

Bachelor of Science in Business degree programs are offered with majors in accountancy, business economics, finance, financial services, human resource management, international business, management, management information systems, operations management, and marketing. The college also offers a Master of Business Administration degree, a Master of Accountancy degree, a Master of Science in Social and Applied Economics degree, a Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and a Master of Science in Information Systems.

Baccalaureate Programs in Business and Administration
Accountancy (B.S.B.)
Business Economics (B.S.B.)
Finance (B.S.B.)
Financial Services (B.S.B.)
Human Resource Management (B.S.B.)
International Business (B.S.B.)
Management (B.S.B.)
Management Information Systems (B.S.B.)
Marketing (B.S.B.)
Operations Management (B.S.B.)

College of Education and Human Services

The College of Education and Human Services assumes responsibility for one of the university's primary functions: preparing teachers, educational leaders, and professionals in health, education, and human services. Many programs within the college lead to licensure by the Ohio Department of Education. The Departments of Educational Leadership, Teacher Education, Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, and Human Services prepare licensed and nonlicensed leaders for public and private schools, industry, and community agencies. These leaders include public school teachers, athletic trainers, principals, curriculum supervisors, central office administrative specialists, school guidance counselors, personnel counselors, rehabilitation specialists, community and mental health counselors, sign language interpreters, and student affairs (higher education) practitioners. The Bachelor of Science in Education degree and the Bachelor of Science degree with majors in rehabilitation and organizational leadership are offered. The college also offers programs leading to the Master of Arts, Master of Education, Master in Rehabilitation Counseling, Master of Science, and Educational Specialist degrees.

Baccalaureate Programs in Education and Human Services
Athletic Training (B.S.Ed.)
Early Childhood Education (Pre-K-3, Ages 0-8) (B.S.Ed.)
Health Education and Physical Education (Multi-Age, Pre-K-12, Ages 3-21) (B.S.Ed.)
Integrated Business Education (B.S.Ed.)
Marketing Education (B.S.Ed.)
Middle Childhood Education, (Grades 4-9, Ages 8-14; licensure requires completion of a graduate level program) (B.S.Ed.)
Organizational Leadership (B.S.)
Rehabilitation Services (B.S.)

Sign Language Interpreter (B.S.)
Career and Technical Education (B.S.Ed.)

College of Engineering and Computer Science

The college offers programs leading to Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees. Programs of study include biomedical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, engineering physics, industrial and systems engineering, materials science and engineering, and mechanical engineering. Each of the programs includes cooperative education opportunities. The college also offers master's degrees and a doctoral degree in engineering, and master's degrees and a doctoral degree in computer science and computer engineering.

Baccalaureate Programs in Engineering and Computer Science
Biomedical Engineering (B.S.B.E.)
Computer Engineering (B.S.C.E.)
Computer Science (B.S.C.S.)

Computer Science (B.A.C.S.)
Electrical Engineering (B.S.E.E.)
Engineering Physics (B.S.E.P.)
Industrial and Systems Engineering (B.S.I.S.E.)
Materials Science and Engineering (B.S.M.S.E.)
Mechanical Engineering (B.S.M.E.)

College of Liberal Arts

The college offers programs in the fine arts, social sciences, and the humanities, which lead to the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Music, and Bachelor of Science degrees. Many different career orientations are available through liberal arts studies. The college also offers master's degrees.

Baccalaureate Programs in Liberal Arts
Acting (B.F.A.)
Acting-Musical Theatre (B.F.A.)
African and African American Studies (B.A.)
Anthropology (B.A.)
Art (B.A., B.F.A.)
Art Education (B.F.A.)
Art History (B.A.)
Classical Humanities (B.A.)
Communication Studies (B.A.)
Criminal Justice (B.A.)
Dance (B.F.A.)
Economics (B.A.)
English (B.A.)
English: Integrated Language Arts (B.A.)
French (B.A.)
Geography (B.A., B.S.)
German (B.A.)
Greek (B.A.)
History (B.A.)
International Studies (B.A.)
Latin (B.A.)
Liberal Studies (B.A.)
Mass Communication (B.A.)
Modern Languages (B.A.)
Motion Picture History, Theory, and Criticism (B.A.)
Motion Picture Production (B.F.A.)
Music (B.A.)
Music Education (B.M.)
Music History and Literature (B.M.)
Music Performance (B.M.)
Organizational Communication (B.A.)
Philosophy (B.A.)
Political Science (B.A.)
Religion (B.A.)
Selected Studies (B.A., B.F.A.)
Social Science Education (B.A.)
Social Work (B.A.)
Sociology (B.A.)
Spanish (B.A.)
Theatre Design/Technology/Stage Management (B.F.A.)
Theatre Studies (B.A.)
Urban Affairs (B.A., B.S.)
Women's Studies (B.A.)

College of Science and Mathematics

The college offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science, and Bachelor of Arts degrees, as well as interdisciplinary programs. The college also offers master's degrees and doctoral degrees.

Baccalaureate Programs in Science and Mathematics
Biological Sciences (B.S., B.A.)
Biological Sciences Education (B.S., B.A.)
Chemistry (B.S., B.A.)
Chemistry Education (B.S.)
Clinical Laboratory Science (B.S.C.L.S.)

Earth and Environmental Sciences (B.S., B.A.)
Earth and Environmental Sciences Education (B.A.)
Environmental Health Sciences (B.S.)
Integrated Science Education (B.S.)
Mathematics (B.S., B.A.)
Mathematics Education (B.S.)
Physics (B.S., B.A.)
Physics Education (B.A.)
Psychology (B.S., B.A.)

Wright State University-Miami Valley College of Nursing and Health

The program in nursing at Wright State leads to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, which qualifies the graduate for the National Council of State Boards Licensing Examination (NCLEX) required for state licensure as a registered nurse. The college also offers a B.S.N. completion program for registered nurses and a Master of Science program. Baccalaureate Program in Nursing (B.S.N.)

 

 
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