Coronavirus Update

COVID-19 Update: All academic classes will be held remotely for summer semester. Physical access to Dayton and Lake campuses is restricted to essential personnel. Read more.


You will enlarge your historical perspective and better understand the structure of society through research, writing, and cooperative education opportunities as you study history at Wright State. After graduation, you can pursue career opportunities in teaching, journalism, library and archival work, government, politics, law, or business. Choose an Associate of Arts at the Lake Campus only or Bachelor of Arts program, add a minor to your current major, or go on to postgraduate work and earn a Master of Arts degree.


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