Wright State University 2005-2006Undergraduate Catalog
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Admissions, Retention
  and Advising

Degrees and Areas of

Recommendation for

Student Organizations
Athletic Training
Biological Sciences

Business Education:

Chemistry Education
Early Childhood

Earth Sciences

English Education
General Sciences Education
Health Education and
  Physical Education

History Education
Marketing Education
Mathematics Education
Middle Childhood

Modern Languages

Music Education

Physics Education
Political Science


Rehabilitation Services
Science Education
Social Studies Education
Visual Arts Education
Career and Technical

Student Organizations

The following organizations are available to students of the College of Education and Human Services:
  • African American Teachers Association provides a forum for students, faculty, and staff who are interested in the teaching profession and provides support, information, and community outreach.
  • The Collegiate Middle Childhood Association provides a forum for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in the middle school student and the professional issues and activities of the middle childhood teacher.
  • Graduate students majoring in one of the college's counseling programs may be invited to join Chi Sigma's Iota, an international honors society for counseling professionals.
  • Kappa Delta Pi is an international honor society in education. Individuals are invited to become members of the society, by vote of the chapter, because of high academic achievement and because they have exhibited a professional attitude indicating their ability to grow in the field of education.
  • The Wright State University Rehabilitation Club provides rehabilitation majors and minors with opportunities to develop contacts with rehabilitation professionals, participate in professional conferences and service projects, and interact with peers on a social level.
  • Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC), an affiliate of the International Council for Exceptional Children, is an organization for people (including rehabilitation counselors and intervention specialist teachers) interested in service for exceptional learners.
  • The American Sign Language (ASL) Club provides an organization for those interested in learning about deaf culture and American Sign Language. This club invites deaf and hearing alike to participate.
  • The Organizational Leadership Club is designed for Organizational Leadership majors to network with one another and with the larger Miami Valley community. It also allows members to participate in professional development opportunities.
  • Wright State University's student chapter of The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is dedicated to improving the well-being of all young children, with particular focus on the quality of educational and developmental services for all children from birth through age 8. Membership is open to all individuals who share a desire to serve and act on behalf of the needs and rights of all young children.
  • The Athletic Student Organization provides athletic training students the opportunity for networking so they can become leaders in the Athletic Training profession. This organization will strive to create an optimal learning environment, create a social network within the health care community, and provide students avenues of resources for future problems or issues
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