Central State University Offers New Opportunity for Its Geology and Water Resources Students

Central_logoCentral State University, the historically Black educational institution in Wilberforce, Ohio, has entered into an agreement with Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, that will allow Central State University students to get a head start on earning a master’s degree.

The first program will be for students in the geology and water resources programs at Central State University. Seniors at Central State in these programs with a 3.0 grade point average will be able to take master’s degree courses in earth and environmental sciences at Wright State. Students will receive credit for both their bachelor’s degree at Central State and also earn credits toward a master’s degree at Wright State.

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