Distance Learning Overview
What is Distance Learning?
In some Wright State classes, students and teachers communicate with each other online. Activities in virtual classrooms sometimes supplement and sometimes replace activities in face-to-face classes.
Classes Offered Online
View a list of online classes on this Web site or look in Wright State's printed schedule for courses marked "Web-Only." Classes Offered Online.
Degrees Offered Online
Some Wright State departments offer entire degree programs online: Degrees Offered Online.
Signing Up for Online Classes
Students seeking degrees from Wright State must first apply for admission. Others may register for courses as non-degree students. For details, see Signing Up for Online Classes.
Technical Requirements and Support
You'll need a late-model Windows or Macintosh computer, a recent Web browser, an internet connection and basic computer and Web-browsing skills. For details, see Technical Requirements and Support.
Academic Support Services
Wright State's online classes are taught by the same faculty and held to the same standards as the university's face-to-face classes.
Going to Class
To attend your online classes, go to Pilot, Wright State's distance learning management system, at the start of the quarter: pilot.wright.edu
Wright State faculty interested in teaching online should visit the Center for Teaching and Learning's Distance Learning Support for Facutly page.