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  • All students planning a co-op or internship must enroll in The Wright Search.
  • Career Services records student co-op and internship progress in The Wright Search.
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Students interested in co-op and internship must meet eligibility requirements to participate in The Wright Search.

Review co-op & internship eligibility requirements

To register with Wright State University Career Services for the co-op or internship program, students must be sophomore level or above and:

  • have completed or be nearing completion of  entry-level courses as outlined by their college
  • have declared a course of study and been accepted into that program;
  • have a 2.5 GPA for undergraduate students and a 3.0 GPA for graduate students
  • be committing to a job related to their major

Students who do not meet the eligibility requirements are advised to schedule an appointment with their college liaison in Career Services, to discuss options. Appointments may be scheduled by calling the Career Services front desk, (937) 775-2556

Review detailed academic requirements, organized by college:

Business

College and departmental requirements for co-op and internship eligibility:

For all majors, the completion of CS 205 is highly recommended.

Accountancy:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ACC 204/205
  • Semester system prerequisites: ACC 2010/2020

Economics:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: EC 204/205
  • Semester system prerequisites: EC 2040/2050

Finance (all tracks)/Financial Services:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: FIN 310
  • Semester system prerequisites: FIN 3110

Human Resources Management:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: MGT 304, LAW 300
  • Semester system prerequisites: MGT 3210, LAW 3000

International Business:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ACC 205, EC204/205, MS 205
  • Semester system prerequisites: ACC 2020, EC2040/2050, MS 2050

Management:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: MGT 304, LAW 300
  • Semester system prerequisites: MGT 3210, LAW 3000

Management Information Systems:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: CS 208/209
  • Semester system prerequisites: CS 1160

Marketing (all tracks):

  • Quarter system prerequisites: MKT 250
  • Semester system prerequisites: MKT 2500

Supply Chain Management:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: MS 205
  • Semester system prerequisites: MS 2050

Education and Human Services

Departmental requirements for co-op and internship eligibility:

Completion of two of the four courses specified in the departmental model.

Organizational Leadership:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: OL 301, 302, 303, 304
  • Semester system prerequisites: OL 2010, 3020, 3030, 3040

Engineering and Computer Science

Departmental requirements for co-op and internship eligibility:

Biomedical Engineering and Industrial Systems Engineering:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ENG 101, 102; EGR 101 (or MTH 229, 230); CHM 121 or PHY 240, 200; CEG 220
  • Semester system prerequisites: ENG 1100; EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300); CHM 1210 or PHY 2400

Computer Engineering:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ENG 101, 102; MTH 257 (or MTH 229, 230); CS 240, 241, 242; and a 2.25 GPA in all CEG and CS courses
  • Semester system prerequisites: ENG 1100; CS 1180 (or CS 1160 and CS 1161) and CS 1811; MTH 2570 or CS 2200

Computer Science:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ENG 101, 102; MTH 257 (or MTH 229, 230); CS 240, 241, 242; and 2.25 GPA in all CS and CEG courses
  • Semester system prerequisites: ENG 1100; CS 1180 (or CS 1160 and CS 1161) and CS 1811; MTH 2570 or CS 2200

Electrical Engineering:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ENG 101, 102; EGR 101 (or MTH 229, 230); CHM 121 or PHY 200, 240; CEG 220 or CS 240
  • Semester system prerequisites: ENG 1100; EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300); CEG 2170; EE 2010 (or PHY 2400)

Engineering Physics:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ENG 101, 102; EGR 101 (or MTH 229, 230); CHM 121 or PHY 200, 240; CEG 220 or CS 240 or EGR 153
  • Semester system prerequisites: ENG 1100; EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300); PHY 2400; EE 2010

Industrial and Systems/Biomedical Engineering:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ENG 101, 102; EGR 101 (or MTH 229, 230); CHM 121 or PHY 200, 240; CEG 220
  • Semester system prerequisites:

Mechanical Engineering/Materials Science:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ENG 101, 102; EGR 101 (or MTH 229, 230); CHM 121 or PHY 200, 240; ME 102
  • Semester system prerequisites: ENG 1100; EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300); CHM 1210/1210L or PHY 2400/2400L; ME 1020

Liberal Arts

Departmental requirements for co-op and internship eligibility:

  • Acting: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Acting-Musical Theatre: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • African and African American Studies: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Anthropology: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Art: Junior or higher standing.
  • Art History/Art Studio: Junior or higher standing.
  • Classical Humanities: Junior or higher standing.
  • Communication: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Crime & Justice Studies: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Dance: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Design/Technology/Stage Management: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Economics (BA): Sophomore or higher standing and C or better grade in prerequisite courses; Quarter system prerequisites: EC 204/205; Semester system prerequisites: EC 2040 and 2050
  • English: Sophomore or higher standing. Business Writing (3000) or Technical Writing (3610) with a grade of C or better.
  • French: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Geography: Junior or higher standing; Quarter system prerequisites; CS 205; GEO 201/202/203; Semester system prerequisites: CS 1160, GEO 2100 and GEO 2200.
  • German: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Greek: Junior or higher standing.
  • History: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • International Studies: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Latin: Junior or higher standing.
  • Motion Picture History, Theory, Criticism: Junior or higher standing.
  • Motion Picture Production: Junior or higher standing.
  • Music: Junior or higher standing.
  • Philosophy: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Political Science: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Religion: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Selected Studies: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Social Work: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Sociology: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Spanish: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Theatre Studies: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Urban Affairs: Sophomore or higher standing.
  • Women's Studies: Sophomore or higher standing.

Science and Mathematics

Departmental requirements for co-op and internship eligibility:

Biological Sciences:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ENG 101, 102, BIO 111, 112, 115; MTH 228 OR 229; CHM 121/125, 122/126, 123/127, 211/215, 212/216, 213/217; and 12 credit hours of 200 or higher biology courses.
  • Semester system prerequisites: ENG 1100, 2100 (or 2130), BIO 1120, 1150; MTH 2240 (or 2280 or 2300); CHM 1210, 1220, 2110, 2120 (all with labs); and 8 semester hours of 2000, or higher biology courses.

Chemistry:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ENG 101, 102; MTH 229, 230, 231; PHY 111, 112, or 113 or 240, 242, 244; CHM 121, 122, 123; CHEM 211, 212, 213, 215, 216, 217, 312, 314.
  • Semester system prerequisites: ENG 1100, 2130 (or 2100); MTH 2300, 2310; PHY 1110/1110L, 1120/1120L; or 2400/2400L, 2410/2410L; CHM 1210/1210L, 1220/1220L; CHM 2110/2110L, 2120/2120L; CHM 3120/3120L.

Earth and Environmental Sciences:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ENG 101, 102; BIO 112, 115; CHM 121,122,123; STT 264/265; Completion of 3 upper-level (300 or 400 level) EES courses prior to start of internship.
  • Semester system prerequisites: ENG 1010, 2100 (or equivalent 2nd-year writing course); BIO 1120, 1150; CHM 1210,1220; STT 2640; Completion of 3 upper-level (3000- or 4000-level) EES courses prior to start of internship.

Mathematics:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: Junior or higher standing.
  • Semester system prerequisites: Junior or higher standing.

Physics:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: ENG 101, 102; MTH 229, 230, 231; PHY 240, 242, 244.

Psychology:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: PSY 105,110; 20 hours of Psychology classes with 3.0 GPA in those courses.
  • Semester system prerequisites: Completion of PSY1010 (Introduction to Psychology); 12 semester credit hours of Psychology classes (12 hours can include PSY1010; 3.0 GPA across all Psychology coursework.

Statistics:

  • Quarter system prerequisites: Junior or higher standing.
  • Semester system prerequisites: Junior or higher standing.

Nursing and Health

 
  • have completed or be nearing completion of entry-level courses as outlined by their college
  • have declared a course of study and been accepted into that program;
  • have a 2.5 GPA for undergraduate students and a 3.0 GPA for graduate students
  • be committing to a job related to their major

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