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Courses

Class Schedules


You can view a full class schedule by visiting the University Class Schedule. Please be advised, not all classes listed online are part of the Wright State University Distance Education program.

 

Wright State College of Liberal Arts- Distance Education Overview


Wright State College of Liberal Arts - Distance Education Overview

Degrees

RN-BSN Nursing Degree Completion Program (B.S.N.)

Secure your nursing future and advance your career with the region’s most recognized and trusted provider of nursing education. College of Nursing and Health (937) 775-3132
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Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.) with concentrations in:

Family Nurse Practitioner
Family Nurse Practitioners are advanced practice nurses who have received the additional education and training necessary to provide primary health care, health information, and community-based case management in many settings. Dr. Brenda Young brenda.young@wright.edu (937) 775-3579)
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Nursing Education
The purpose of the nursing education concentration is to prepare future instructors to teach nursing courses at the college level. 
Dr. Donna Miles Curry donna.curry@wright.edu(937) 775-2653
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M.S. Administration of Nursing and Health Care Systems

The purpose of the concentration is to prepare individuals for nurse executive or administrative positions in a variety of health care settings.
Dr. Marie Bashaw marie.bashaw@wright.edu (937) 775-2599
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Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP)

Wright State University College of Nursing and Health, in conjunction with the University of Toledo College of Nursing, offers a joint, online, post-master’s DNP program. 
Dean Rosalie Mainous rosalie.mainous@wright.edu (937) 775-3133
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Master of Science in Human Factors Engineering (M.S.)

Human factors is a body of information about human abilities, human limitations, and other human characteristics that are relevant to design. Industrial and Human Factors Engineering (IHE) is the application of human factors information to the design of tools, machines, systems, tasks, jobs, and environments for safe, comfortable and effective human use.
bie_dept@wright.edu (937) 775-5044
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Rehabilitation Counseling for Severe Disabilities (M.R.C.)

The Department of Human Services’ programs share a common curriculum of courses associated with five different counseling concentrations. Students may choose to obtain a M.S. degree in counseling with a specialization in clinical mental health counseling; business and organizational management counseling; and marriage and family counseling; or students may choose to obtain either a M.R.C. degree with a specialization in severe disabilities or chemical dependency, or a M.Ed. in school counseling.
Dr. Steven Fortson steven.fortson@wright.edu (937) 775-2075
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Master of Science in Logistics & Supply Chain Management (M.S.)

Supply Chain Management and Information Systems are currently high demand and high pay positions. WSU offers one year Masters Degrees in Information Systems and in Logistics and Supply Chain Management to help advance your career. 
Dr. Valerie Stueland Valerie.Stueland@wright.edu (937) 775-2895
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Master of Science in Information Systems (M.I.S.)

Supply Chain Management and Information Systems are currently high demand and high pay positions. WSU offers one year Masters Degrees in Information Systems and in Logistics and Supply Chain Management to help advance your career. 
Dr. Valerie Stueland Valerie.Stueland@wright.edu (937) 775-2895
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Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction

The Education Specialist in Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Development positions teachers for district-level executive management of curricular and instructional initiative to improve teaching and learning.
Ms. Allyson Copper allyson.copper@wright.edu (937) 775-2518
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Certificates

Please check back soon as we continue to expand our offerings.