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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.

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Undergraduate Honors Studies

Undergraduate Honors Studies 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.

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Lake Campus named a Best Accredited College for associate degree in psychology

Lake Campus’ Associate of Arts in Psychology offers a broad range of psychology courses that help students determine which area of psychology they would like to pursue.

Wright State online graduate programs ranked among best nationally

U.S. News & World Report has named Wright State’s online graduate programs in engineering, business and nursing as among the best in the nation for 2023.

Success Stories

Laboratory learner

Wright State honors student Josie Graft hopes to help patients as a medical laboratory scientist
Wright State medical laboratory science major Josie Graft researches cognitive flow while receiving hands-on training during clinical rotations at Soin Medical Center.

Science driven

Wright State biological science major Rahul Shah keeps reaching numerous mileposts in his academic and personal journey
Biological sciences major Rahul Shah serves on the university’s Board of Trustees, is a member of several student organizations and is actively involved in research at Wright State.

New advisory board gives student perspective in College of Graduate Programs and Honors Studies

The Graduate and Honors Student Advisory Board is comprised of graduate, professional and undergraduate honors students who bring a student perspective to support the college’s mission.

Registration for fall 2023 and spring 2024 undergraduate and graduate classes begins this week at Wright State

Wright State's innovative multi-term registration option allows undergraduate and graduate students to register for fall 2023 and spring 2024 classes at the same time.

Wright State alumni to speak at Ohio Disabilities Awareness and Advocacy Day

Dan Darkow and TyKiah Wright-Wilson will speak at the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Awareness and Advocacy Day, the annual Ohio Statehouse advocacy day, on March 1.

Elevator speeches

Wright State College of Graduate Programs and Honors Studies’ hosted the inaugural Three Minute Thesis/Dissertation competition.