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High School Preparation

Wright State has adopted a college preparatory curriculum policy. The university requires applicants to have a high school record that meets the recommendations of the Advisory Commission on Articulation between Secondary Education and Ohio Colleges. Students who do not meet the high school course requirements may be admitted to the university with conditions and will be required to remove deficiencies before they can graduate from Wright State University.

The following table summarizes the college preparatory course requirements and indicates how deficiencies may be removed.

Subject Area/RequirementRemoval of Deficiencies


English-four unitsPass ENG 101*
   
Mathematics-three units (including Algebra I and II)** Pass MTH 126 or MTH 127*
   
Social Sciences-three units (including two units in history)Complete two general education courses in history and an additional general education course in either history or human behavior.
   
Science-three unitsComplete the general education requirement in natural sciences. A one-term lecture/ lab course removes up to one unit of deficiency.
   
Foreign Language- two units (in the same foreign or classical language through level II)** Pass courses through the 103 level or demonstrate proficiency by examination.
   
Arts—one unit Complete one general education course in Fine and Performing Arts.

* Initial enrollment in English and mathematics courses will be determined by placement testing. See the section on Placement Testing.
** Algebra I and Foreign Language I may be taken in eighth grade.

 

Advanced Placement

Students who score at or above designated minimums on Advanced Placement (AP) examinations will be granted credit applied to degree requirements using the same guidelines that govern the application of transfer credit.  Individual academic departments determine acceptable minimum scores and the courses for which credit will be granted.  Consult your academic advisor for additional information.

 
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