The presidents of Central State and Wright State universities signed a formal agreement Thursday that will allow CSU students to work toward a bachelor’s and a master’s degree at the same time — the latest in new partnerships created to avoid duplication among schools while increasing opportunities for students.
During their senior year at Central State, students studying geology and water resources will be able to “jump start” their master’s degree at Wright State in earth and environmental sciences, said Wright State President David Hopkins.
“Linking our two universities will create a new path to success for many students who will benefit from the strong academics of both institutions,” Hopkins said. “The new collaboration is yet another example of how institutions of higher education are working together like never before to produce a more talented, educated workforce for the betterment of our region and the state of Ohio.”
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