The admission of graduate students to Wright State University is determined by a program graduate committee and/or the Graduate School.
Throughout this manual, the term "program" is used to designate the appropriate academic unit administering the degree. While generally equivalent to an academic department, in several instances (e.g., College of Business and Administration and College of Nursing and Health) it means the college or school. In the case of interdisciplinary programs, involving several departments and/or colleges (e.g., the Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences or the M.Hum. in Humanities), it refers to a program faculty led by a program director. Applications to the School of Medicine's Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) program and the School of Professional Psychology's Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) program are conducted between the applicant and the respective school. All other actions pertaining to admission to graduate programs should be addressed to the Graduate School.