Wright State University — Adult Transfer Services

Contact Person: Shamon Green

Phone: (937) 775-5750

Web address: www.wright.edu

Brief Description of Program:

Wright State University is an accredited, independent state university located about ten miles northeast of Dayton, Ohio. The university serves approximately 17,000 students in over 100 undergraduate majors and over 30 graduate majors.

Bachelor’s degree programs are available through:

  • College of Education and Human Services
  • Engineering and Computer Science
  • Liberal Arts
  • Science and Mathematics
  • The Raj Soin College of Business
  • Wright State University-Miami Valley College of Nursing and Health

Graduate programs are administered through:

  • The School of Graduate Studies
  • The School of Medicine
  • The School of Professional Psychology.

WSU offers B.S. degree completion program in Organizational Leadership, a management-focused, multi-disciplinary, application-oriented major. It is designed for students with a two-year degree or its equivalent who want to work a broad academic background to prepare them for supervisory and management careers. The major combines courses in communication and management skills with the study of leadership theory and practice. Students will also learn problem-solving techniques and complete a leadership skills project. This integrated major prepares today’s and tomorrow’s leaders for the challenges across all career fields. For more information about the community college articulation agreements, click here.

The Office of Adult and Transfer Services provides a starting place for adults age 23 and older who are beginning or re-entering college and for students transferring to Wright State University. As a transfer student, you have special needs that this office can address to help you make a successful transition to Wright State. The staff introduces adults and transfer students to the university system and provides academic support and referral resources. Transfer students who do not meet the entrance requirements for their intended majors are assigned to this office for academic advising.

Students may apply for admission online at: www.wright.edu/admissions

Consult the Sinclair to Wright State Transfer guide for more information about transfer, articulation agreements, financial aid and WSU resources. For transfer equivalencies and a degree audits on the web please go to the Course Applicability System (CAS) at www.transfer.org