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Wright State University info.

Hayley Glander

on 18 May 2011

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Sports Soccer, Track, Football, Basketball, Ultimate Frisbee, Bowling, Tennis, Flag Football, Swimming and Diving, Golf, Volleyball plus many more! WRIGHT STATE UNVERSITY School Spirit! We've got spirit yes we do! Student Life Wright State is very active in encouraging students to help their community and stay active in any way they can. WSU offers multiple activities for their students and encourages them to join them. The Student Union, pictured above, is where all the planning and registaring for these programs and events takes place. Activities Welcome Week May Daze Fall Fest Homecoming Welcome Week Welcome week is the first week of Fall quarter
celebrating the last few days of summer transitioning
into the first days of school. Fall Fest Fall Fest is held the first Friday of Fall Quarter. It provides opportunities for WSU students to meet student leaders, local vendors and have some fun! Homecoming Pictures speak louder than words! May Daze May Daze is a celebration of Raider spirit and good times. At this event many local musicians, food vendors and inflatable games are brought in to make this week special. Also there are many tables from the various student organizations and departments set up. Majors Wright State offers over 100 different majors for Undergraduates Accountancy
Acting, Musical Theatre
Adolescent/Young Adult, Middle Childhood, and Multi-Age Education
African and African American Studies
Art, Art History, and Art Education
Athletic Training
Biological Sciences and Biological Sciences Education**
- Life Sciences**
- Life Sciences/Chemistry**
Biomedical Engineering
Business Economics
Career and Technical Education
Chemistry and Chemistry Education
Clinical Laboratory Science
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Criminal Justice
Early Childhood Earth and Environmental Sciences
Earth and Environmental Sciences Education**
Electrical Engineering
Engineering Physics
English and English Education
Finance and Financial Services
•Health & Physical Education
(Multi-Age, Pre-K–12, Ages 3-–21)
•Human Resource Management
•Industrial & Systems Engineering
•Integrated Language Arts/English Education**
•Integrated Sciences Education**
•International Business
•International Studies
Liberal Studies
Management Information Systems
Mass Communication
Materials Science & Engineering
Mathematics Education
Mechanical Engineering
Middle Childhood Education
(Grades 49, Ages 8-14)** Modern Language Education and Spanish/German/French**
Motion Picture History, Theory, & Criticism
Motion Picture Production
Music, Music Education, and Music Performance
Organizational Communication
Organizational Leadership
Physics Education**
- Earth Sciences/Physics**
- Life Sciences/Physics**
- Physical Sciences Education**
Political Science
Rehabilitation Services
Selected Studies
Sign Language Interpreter ***
Social Sciences Education**
Social Work
Supply Chain Management
Theatre, Dance, and Motion Pictures
Urban Affairs
Visual Arts Education**
Women's Studies Early Childhood Education The goal of Early Chidhood Education is to help young children develop intellectually, emotionally, socially, and physically. Freshmen English Comp 1 and 2
Quantitative Reasoning
Physical Science
Applications of Comp-Based Technology
GE Human Expression
GE Non-Western Source
GE Human Behavior
Health Education
Physical Geography Sophomore Concepts and Apps in Physics 1
Fundamental Math Concepts 1 and 2
American Civilization to 1877
American Civilization since 1877
Art and the Child
Concepts in Geology
Concepts in Biology
GE Human Behavior
Education in a Democracy
Ohio History
GE Additional Courses (2) Junior Family and Community in Early Childhood
Instruction in Word Study: Phonics
Physical Education for Early and Middle Childhood
Early Childhood Ed. in a Diverse Pluralistic
Human Development
Prenatal ECE
Practicum IIII
Teaching Music
Entrance in Seminar in ECE
Best Principles in ECE
Learning Differences
Child Guidance in ECE
Intro to Education Psychology Senior Student Teaching
ECE Math
Assessment Strategies in ECE Classrooms
ECE Language Arts
ECE Social Studies
Practicum IV & V
Teaching Diverse Learners
ECE Science
Planning Reading Program
Language Development & Communications Disorders
Exit Seminar Criminal Justice Criminal Justice is an interdisciplinary bachelor of arts degree designed to educate and prepare students for entry and mid-level criminal justice positions in local, state, and federal governments, and nonprofit and private agencies involved in protecting public safety and implementing the law. Freshmen English Comp I & II
Math & Modern World
Behavior of Science
Political Life
Social Life
Intro to Quantitative Methods of Political Science
Foreign Languages
GE Sciences (3)
GE History
GE Non-Western Course Sophomore Social Deviance
Juvenile Delinquency
State Government
Civil Liberties I & II
Computer Literacy
Foreign Languages
College Component
GE Human Expression
GE Additional Course Junior City Politics
Public Administration
Constitutional Law
Human Rights in USA
Urban Empirical Research
Criminal Justice System
Technical Elective
Bureaucracy & Bureaucrats Senior Seminar in Urban Affairs
Seminar in Political Corruption
Public Safety Administration Nursing Freshmen English Comp I & II
Intro to Sociology
Statistical Concepts
Organic Chemistry
Intro to Psychology I & II
Anatomy I & II
Microbiology of Human Environment
Lifespan Developmental Psychology
GE Non-Western Course
GE History
GE Additional Course Sophomore Intro to Nursing
Intro to Nursing Informatics
Health & Wellness Lifestyle
Physiology I & II
Health Assessment
Human Nutrition
Intro to Clinical Nursing
Altered Health States
Abnormal Psychology
Adult Health & Illness
Family & Group Nursing
Legal & Ethical Foundations
GE Non-Elective Course Junior Nursing Care of Childrearing Families
Nursing Care of Childbearing Families
Nursing Care of Aging/Aged Families
Nursing Research
Nursing in Mental Health System
Nursing in Community Health Systems
Issues and Health Policy
Leadership & Management
High Acuity Nursing in Complex Health Systems
GE Human Expression
GE Additional Course Senior Practicum
Nursing Elective
Elective Psychology Freshmen Freshman
English Comp I & II
College Algebra
Science of Behavior I
Comp Programming I & II or Comp Prog for Business C-I & C-II
Statistical Concepts
Psychology–Science & Practice
GE History
GE Non-Western Course Sophomore Abnormal Psychology
Cognition & Learning
Psychology of Personality
GE Science Courses (3)
GE Human Expression
GE Human Behavior
GE Additional Courses (2) Junior Cognition & Learning Methods
Conditioning & Learning
Lifespan Developmental Psych
Personality Research Methods
Industrial & Organizational Psychology
Research Methods in Psychology
Alternatives to Experimental Methods in Psychology
Psychology Electives (3)
Electives Senior 400-Level Psych Courses (2)
Capstone Seminar
Experimental Methods in Psychology
Advanced Topics in Research Methods Mission Statement We transform the lives of our students and the communities we serve.
We are committed to achieving learning outcomes through innovative, high quality programs for all students:
undergraduate, graduate and professional;
•Conducting scholarly research and creative endeavors and to engaging in significant community service. Regional Campus Clinical Laboratory Science Freshmen English Comp I & II
College Algebra
Elem Stats I
Cell Biology & Genetics
Submicroscopic Chemistry
Macroscopic Chemistry
Reaction Dynamics
Careers in Biology
Computer Literacy
GE History
GE Non-Western Course
GE Human Behavior Sophomore Elem Stats II
Organic Chemistry I, II, III & Labs
Molecular Biology
Molecular Genetics
Molecular & Cell Lab Tech
Microbiology of Human Environment
GE Human Behavior
GE Human Expression Junior Anatomy & Physiology
Human Parasitology & Lab
Quantitative Analysis & Lab
Human Biochemistry
Immunology & Basic Virology
College Component
GE Additional Courses (2) Senior Clinical year:
60 hours of clinical lab courses and rotations Quarters to Semesters Starting in the fall of 2012 Wright State will move from three 10-week quarters, with an additional week for final exams, to two 14-week semesters, with an additional week for final exams. Both systems offer a summer term. In consultation with academic advisors, undergraduate students will develop an individualized advising plan called My Advising Plan—MAP for short—once the new degree requirements are finalized. The requirements for all undergraduate degree programs will be available during Fall Quarter 2011. In addition, descriptions of new semester courses will be available. Wright State University's Lake Campus is located on the shore of Grand Lake St. Marys, between Celina and St. Marys, Ohio. Tuition Student Type Quarterly Cost Annual Cost
Ohio Undergraduates $2,599 $7,797
Nonresident Undergraduates $5,035 $15,105
Ohio Graduates $3,772
Nonresident Graduates $6,407
Room and Board, Dayton Campus $8,126
Average Cost for 1-year, Dayton Campus $17,798
(Three quarters for new Ohio undergraduate
–includes tuition, books, room and board, activity
and technology fee) In consultation with academic advisors, undergraduate students will develop an individualized advising plan called My Advising Plan—, MAP for short,— once the new degree requirements are finalized. The requirements for all undergraduate degree programs will be available during Fall Quarter 2011. In addition, descriptions of new semester courses will be available.
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