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Admission and Aid

Undergraduate Admission

The Wright State University College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) provides the foundation for the key skills needed to adapt to the ever-changing environment of the 21st century. From academic advising and success initiatives in the Student Success Center to leadership opportunities in the college and across the university, we are here to help you make the most of your education.

All students interested in an engineering and computer science degree should apply through the Wright State Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Applicants should indicate their desired major on their application.

Specific requirements for admission to the college are listed below by student type.

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Prospective Students

If you meet university admission requirements, you will be admitted to the college and classified as a pre-major. Full major admission criteria must then be met to become fully admitted into your degree program.


International Students

CECS provides unique educational and research opportunities for international students while remaining affordable, accessible, and highly-ranked. State-of-the-art laboratories and research programs make Wright State a top choice for international students. We look forward to welcoming you! Please submit all necessary documents so your application will not be delayed. When a decision has been made, you will be notified of the status of your application by the university admissions office.

Wright State Requirements

Here are Wright State’s admission requirements for undergraduate international students. They include requirements for both academic progress and English proficiency.

Visa Requirements

To obtain a student visa to the United States, you must first be able to demonstrate that you are a bona fide student qualified to pursue a full course of study. View a full explanation of student visa requirements.

University Center for International Education

Wright State’s University Center for International Education (UCIE) is a terrific resource for both prospective and newly admitted international students. For general information about visas and other necessary steps for international students, go to the UCIE website.

If you have already been admitted to Wright State, find out about orientation sessions.


Transfer Students

Looking to transfer to Wright State University soon?

You’re ready for the next step in your education, and Wright State is here to help you realize your goals. We accept transfer credit from most schools and have articulation agreements in place to offer a smooth transition.

We would be happy to discuss degree program options in CECS, the applicability of your transfer credit, and the application process. Please contact our Student Success Center at (937) 775-5272 to set up an appointment to meet with one of our academic advisors.

Looking to start at a community college and transfer to Wright State in the future?

To ensure an eventual seamless transition to Wright State, it is important to complete coursework that will apply directly to your future degree.

Your community college may offer a parallel program that directly aligns with one of our four-year bachelor programs, ensuring that the courses you take will count. Be cautious of algebra-based technical courses, as they may not apply to your intended degree program. Please consult an academic advisor if you have any questions.

Visit the Wright State Transfer, Transition, and Orientation Center to find out more and access articulation agreements with local community colleges.

View transfer guides:

Visit the Wright State Transfer Student Center to find out more and access articulation agreements with local community colleges.

Another useful website to determine what courses to take and how they will apply to a degree program at Wright State is Transferology.com.

If you have any questions or to schedule an appointment, please contact us at explorececs@wright.edu or (937) 775-5272.


Take the Next Step

Finding the right college means finding the right fit. See all that the College of Engineering and Computer Science has to offer by visiting campus.