The Double Degree Program is designed for students entering Sinclair with the intention of Russ Plane.jpgobtaining a bachelor's degree at Wright State upon completion of their program of study at Sinclair. The program of study may range from completion of general education requirements to completing the courses required by Sinclair for an associate degree, and then Wright State's requirements for a bachelor's degree. 

Various 2 + 2 and articulation agreements between Wright State and Sinclair offer students specific programs of study and seamless transitions. For the best experience, consistently verify your course choices with advisors from both Sinclair and Wright State, especially regarding any substitution, course sequencing, etc.

Consult with your academic advisor about how any of the following programs would work for you. 



The B.S. in Business from Wright State's Raj Soin College of Business offers the choice of ten majors in accounting, economics, finance, financial services, human resources, international business, marketing, management, management information systems (MIS) or supply chain management, plus six minors. Consult with your advisors for suitable courses to complete for this programs before transferring to Wright State. For business administration there is the following articulation agreement.

Business (PDF)

Education and Human Services

The College of Education and Human Services offers many programming choices for students interested in teaching, leadership, rehabilitation, etc. Current articulation agreements are listed below. 

Engineering and Computer Science

The College of Engineering and Computer Science can prepare a student for careers in biomedical, computer, electrical, industrial systems, materials science and mechanical engineering, and computer science. Four minors are offered as well. Articulation agreements include:

College of Liberal Arts, including Music

The College of Liberal Arts is home to courses, majors, minors and certificates in the fine and performing arts, the humanities, and the social sciences. In COLA, you a student will find many majors, including Art & Art History, Communication, English Language & Literatures; HistoryModern Languages; Music; Political Science; Religion, Philosophy, & Classics; Social Work, Sociology & Anthropology; Theatre, Dance, & Motion Pictures, and Urban Affairs & Geography. Articulation agreements include:

From Music Education to Vocal Performance, the Music Department in the College of Liberal Arts nurtures students with a variety of musical interests to becoming a trained professional in their chosen field. Music Education, for those who want to teach vocal or instrumental music, offers many opportunities, as does majoring in the Music History.


SHARE is an educational articulation agreement for the transitioning of associate degree nursing students from community college's to Wright State University's RN-to-BSN Program. Students who complete an AAS-N degree at Sinclair Community College may transfer into the RN-to-BSN program at Wright State University. Students should verify their satisfactory academic progress (SAP) requirements with the financial aid office before pursuing classes outside of their AAS-N degree requirements.

Undecided Transfer Pathways

Wright State University and Sinclair Community College students have a number or articulation agreements for students who complete an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree at Sinclair and enter a specific major at Wright State. Students who are undecided or who wish to complete a single year at Sinclair before transferring to Wright State may follow one of the two pathways to have all Sinclair credits counted toward a Bachelor of Science in the sciences, or a Bachelor of Arts degree in the humanities or social sciences.