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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.

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Degrees

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Doctoral Programs

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.

For more information please contact: 
Dean Rosalie Mainous rosalie.mainous@wright.edu (937) 775-3133
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Master's Programs

Administration of Nursing and Health Care Systems (M.S.)

The purpose of the concentration is to prepare individuals for nurse executive or administrative positions in a variety of health care settings.

For more information please contact:
Dr. Marie Bashaw marie.bashaw@wright.edu (937) 775-2599
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Advanced Curriculum & Instruction (Ed.S.)

The education specialist degree in Advanced Curriculum & Instruction positions teachers for district-level executive management of curricular and instructional initiatives to improve teaching and learning.

For more information please contact:
Program Coordinator Ally Copper (937) 775-2518 or allyson.copper@wright.edu
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Business Administration (M.B.A.)

The new Raj Soin College of Business Online MBA is one of the region's few fully-online, AACSB-accredited MBA degrees. The program is constructed around an exclusive, cohort-based learning community to create an atmosphere of collaboration.

For more information please contact:
(937) 775-2437
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Educational Technology - Health Professions Applications (M.Ed.)

This program prepares participants to deliver educational content and skills using new and developing instructional technologies. The target audience includes:

  • Faculty in undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate health professions, including medicine, nursing, public health, pharmacy, dentistry, and the allied health professions.
  • Undergraduate and graduate students in health professional programs who anticipate careers in education.
  • Staff members in educational departments who want to enhance their understanding and skills of the new and developing technologies.

For more information please contact:
Dr. Sheri Stover (937) 775-3008 or Sheri.Stover@wright.edu
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Educational Technology - Instructional Design for Digital Learning (M.Ed.)

This program prepares students to become highly trained instructional designers, armed with the tools they need to bring innovative teaching and training practices into education, corporate, and governmental settings.

For more information please contact:
Dr. Sheri Stover (937) 775-3008 or Sheri.Stover@wright.edu
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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.

For more information please contact:
bie_dept@wright.edu or (937) 775-5044
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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.

For more information please contact: 
Dr. Valerie Stueland Valerie.Stueland@wright.edu (937) 775-2895
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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.

For more information please contact: 
Dr. Valerie Stueland Valerie.Stueland@wright.edu (937) 775-2895
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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.

For more information please contact:
Dr. Brenda Young brenda.young@wright.edu or (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.

For more information please contact: 
Dr. Donna Miles Curry donna.curry@wright.edu or (937) 775-2653
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Principalship (M.Ed.)

Designed for experienced classroom teachers who desire to take on building level leadership positions, such as principal or assistant principal, this M.Ed. and licensure program can be completed in less than two years.

For more information please contact:
Program Coordinator Ally Copper (937) 775-2518 or allyson.copper@wright.edu
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Rehabilitation Counseling for Chemical Dependency (M.R.C.)

This program leads to a Master of Rehabilitation Counseling (M.R.C.) degree and qualifies graduates to sit for the Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) examination. The curriculum provides in-depth study of addictions, rehabilitation, and counseling theory and practice. Graduates work as chemical dependency and rehabilitation counselors, prevention specialists, and employee assistant counselors.

For more information please contact:
Mary Huber, Ph.D., CRC mary.huber@wright.edu (937) 775-2022
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Rehabilitation Counseling for Severe Disabilities (M.R.C.)

This program leads to a Master of Rehabilitation Counseling (M.R.C.) degree and qualifies graduates to sit for the Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) examination. Graduates of this program can work with people experiencing a variety of concerns that include physical, mental, emotional, and or social disabilities. The Severe Disabilities program leads to careers as vocational evaluators, rehabilitation counselors, and rehabilitation specialist. Graduates work in a variety of settings, which include hospitals, local, state, and federal agencies, and private practice.

For more information please contact:
Carl Sabo, Ph.D., CRC carl.sabo@wright.edu (937) 775-2077
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Superintendency (Ed.S.)

Specifically for principals ready for district-level leadership positions, the education specialist degree in Superintendency will further develop the leadership and relationship skills needed by senior district-level executive management.

For more information please contact:
Program Coordinator Ally Copper (937) 775-2518 or allyson.copper@wright.edu

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Teacher Leader: Curriculum & Instruction (M.Ed.)

Designed for PreK-12 teachers who desire to stay in the classroom but advance their knowledge and skills in curriculum, instruction, and leadership, this M.Ed. program can be completed in less than two years.

For more information please contact:
Program Coordinator Ally Copper (937) 775-2518 or allyson.copper@wright.edu
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Bachelor's Programs

RN-BSN Nursing Degree Completion Program (BSN)

Secure your nursing future and advance your career with the region’s most recognized and trusted provider of nursing education.

For more information please contact:
College of Nursing and Health (937) 775-3132
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Certificates

Instructional Design for Digital Learning 1

The Instructional Design for Digital Learning 1 (IDDL-1) certificate program addresses the principles of the effective design and implementation of online and blended-learning classes. The major goal of the program is to prepare faculty, instructors, or course designers in higher education, K-12 or the corporate training environment to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to be effective instructors or course developers for online or blended-learning classes.

For more information please contact:
Dr. Sheri Stover (937) 775-3008 or Sheri.Stover@wright.edu

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Instructional Design for Digital Learning 2

The Instructional Design for Digital Learning 2 (IDDL-2) certificate program addresses the research, theory, and research methodologies associated with the effective design of online and blended-learning classes. The purpose of this certificate is to provide a research-oriented perspective on instructional design and evaluation practices.

For more information please contact:
Dr. Sheri Stover (937) 775-3008 or Sheri.Stover@wright.edu

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