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Whether you are a traditional student seeking a particular course or a working adult attempting to advance professionally, Wright State offers you access to success through its online degree programs.

Become a nurse, an educational leader, a supply chain management specialist, or pick any career field an M.B.A. could open for you. Regardless, you will enjoy a college academic experience that fits your life and schedule. We hope you will have a great experience in Wright State’s online education degree programs.

There are many advantages to online education. Consider these, then apply today:

  • Lower total costs
  • Schedule flexibility and life balance
  • Compatibility with your learning style
  • Learning at your pace
  • A more comfortable learning environment
  • Improve your self-discipline and responsibility
  • Stay in your current job while you prepare for another
  • Career advancement
  • Avoid the commute
  • Improve skills useful at your current job
  • Enjoy a variety of programs and courses
  • Be more at ease if you feel awkward in a traditional classroom
  • Easy transfer of credits
  • Networking opportunities

 

Success Stories

Losing his job because of the pandemic inspired Eric Tomlinson to pursue a degree at Wright State that matched his decades of experience as a supply chain management professional.

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Wright State professor helping to develop AI learning environments

Noah Schroeder, professor of educational technology and instructional design, will receive a grant to design AI-driven pedagogical agents to help support students’ noncognitive skills.

More than 1,600 students graduate at Wright State’s 2023 spring commencement ceremonies

The 1,603 graduates from the class of 2023 join more than 120,000 Wright State alumni who are making a difference throughout Raider Country, all over Ohio, across the nation and around the world.

Wright State graphic design student fashions coin for UFO conference

Scout Duncan, a graphic design major at Wright State’s Lake Campus, designed a challenge coin for the Ohio Heritage UFO Conference and Festival in Fairborn.