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Articulation Agreements

The Dayton and Lake Campuses of Wright State have developed several articulation agreements with area community colleges and high schools. These programs guide students through the appropriate requirements to maximize transfer credit toward the student's intended major at Wright State. If there is not an agreement for your major below, we recommend you speak with a Wright State academic advisor for an individualized pathway.

Dayton Campus Agreements

 

Lake Campus

A partnership between Wright State University–Lake Campus and Career-Technical Programs in the State of Ohio has been designed to recognize and to reward those graduates who have acquired the skills for credit in specific introductory courses.  Wright State University–Lake Campus will recommend credit to graduates who completed approved high school courses (outlined below).

The Articulated Credit Verification of Course Completion form is to be used for students who completed approved high school courses (by Ohio Department of Education (ODE) Education Management Information System (EMIS) subject code) in order to verify their completion of the learning outcomes and to receive recommended credit and/or course equivalency at Wright State University-Lake Campus. 

Note: Only approved courses with grades of “B” or better will receive recommended credit and/or course equivalency at Wright State University-Lake Campus. 

Agriculture
  • High school course Animal Science and Technology (010910) or Animal Nutrition, Health, and Reproduction (010915) is equivalent to FAS 2030 - Introduction to Animal Science (3 credits).
  • High school course Plant and Horticultural Science (010155) or Agronomic Systems (010620) is equivalent to FAS 2040 - Introduction to Agronomy (3 credits).  
  • These high school courses may have alternative titles.  Please verify prospective credit with a guidance counselor.
Food Science/Food Systems Management
  • High school course Science and Technology of Food (011010) is equivalent to FAS 2000 - Introduction to Food Science (3 credits). This high school course may have an alternative title.  Please verify prospective credit with a guidance counselor.
Graphic Design & Visual Media
Law Enforcement/Law Enforcement Academy
  • High school course The American Criminal Justice System (170911) is equivalent to LE 1000 - Introduction to Law Enforcement (3 credits).
  • High school course Police Work and Practice in Public Safety (170913) or Homeland Security Protecting America’s Critical Infrastructure (170916) is equivalent to LE 1010 - Criminal Law for Law Enforcement (3 credits).
  • High school course Investigations and Forensics in Criminal Investigations (170914) is equivalent to LE 1040 - Procedures in Crime Investigation (3 credits).
  • These high school courses may have alternative titles.  Please verify prospective credit with a guidance counselor.
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