Students learn more about Wright State graduate programs at open house

Students learned how Wright State can help them build, enhance or change careers during the Graduate Programs Open House on Feb. 16.

Future graduate students learned more about Wright State University’s certificate, master’s and doctoral programs during the Graduate Programs Open House Feb. 16 in the Student Union. It was the first in-person open house for graduate programs since 2019.

An estimated 225 students attended to learn more about how Wright State can help them build, enhance or change their careers through its more than 130 graduate degree programs.

Attendees met the university’s nationally distinguished faculty and learned more about the application process, financial aid, scholarships and transferring credit.

Seventy faculty, staff and current students were on hand to share information and answer questions from the following academic areas:

  • Business
  • Engineering and Computer Science
  • Health, Education and Human Services
  • Liberal Arts
  • Boonshoft School of Medicine
  • Psychology
  • Science and Mathematics

Embodying the university’s spirit of innovation, Wright State’s graduate programs offer cutting-edge research, outstanding faculty and nationally ranked programs in which students can engage in innovative scholarly work and advance their careers.

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