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The College of Graduate Programs and Honors Studies at Wright State University is the smart choice. Convenient location, reasonable tuition, flexible scheduling, professional connections—all good reasons to join more than 2,000 graduate students and 900 honors students who made the smart choice this year.

Why Wright State?

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Graduate Programs

Choose one of our more than 150 graduate academic programs—master’s, doctoral, professional, certificate, licensure, or endorsement. Move up into a leadership role in your business or organization or prepare to start a new career. You’ll feel the spirit of innovation at Wright State while receiving excellent education.

Explore Graduate Programs

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Undergraduate Honors

The undergraduate Honors program at Wright State offers unique benefits—exclusive, smaller classes, priority class registration, unique research opportunities, the Honors Community residence hall, a wide range of scholarships, and innovative curriculum options.

Learn more about the undergraduate Honors program


Wright State’s Veteran and Military Center scores high marks in national study

Study finds military-connected students feel supported by Wright State’s Veteran and Military Center.

Wright State’s Industrial and Human Factors Engineering program named one of best online graduate programs by U.S. News

Three Raj Soin College of Business programs are also recognized in new U.S. News rankings
U.S. News recognized Wright State’s Master of Science in Industrial and Human Factors Engineering, Master of Information Systems, Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management and Master of Business Administration in 2024 best online programs.

Success Stories

Rowdy reveal

Wright State student Carly Blessing, who has played Rowdy Raider for years, poised to graduate
After performing as Rowdy Raider, Wright State senior Carly Blessing aims to work as a character performer at Disney World.

Getting involved

Passion for law drives nontraditional student leader at Wright State
Stephanie Buettner, a political science major at Wright State, is president of the Student Government Association, an intern with Student Legal Services and president of her sorority.

Student success-minded

First-generation Wright State alumna supports students like herself at Columbus community college
As a first-generation college student, Kelly Hogan believes earning her undergraduate degree from Wright State was no small feat and changed her life forever.

Subhashini Ganapathy appointed dean of Wright State’s College of Graduate Programs and Honors Studies

Subhashini Ganapathy has served as chair of Wright State's Department of Biomedical, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering since 2020.

Wright State’s Career and Internship Fair focuses on jobs for alumni, students and international graduates

Wright State students and alumni can connect with employers at the Spring Career and Internship Fair on March 13 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Apollo Room of the Student Union.

Quick and easy

Wright State graduate students presented their research in the second annual Three Minute Thesis/Dissertation competition.