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Wright Graduate University

Wright Graduate University

Wright Graduate University

Introduction

At Wright Graduate University, personalized learning doesn’t just mean small classes: you experience an integrated approach to education that lets you apply your studies to your most pressing challenges, earning credit as you lead your life and business.

We believe a pragmatic education is more valuable than a prestigious one–and recent research confirms this. If you’re going to invest in a degree or certificate, it should do more than check a box to earn you a credential. It should address the skills that make the difference between average and star performers, and between short-term gains and sustainable results.

At Wright, you experience what you study, receiving coaching to apply the methodologies to your own development, making you an authentic guide to those you lead and coach. The Wright approach gives you doable, bite-size daily challenges that you can implement anywhere in your career and life.

Wright faculty are scholar-practitioners – business owners, consultants, entrepreneurs, and coaches – who have brought together the most effective learning methodologies from their thirty years of research and leadership development practice with high performers.

Each program features a core curriculum of transformational leadership, giving you practical experiences of personal leadership (self-awareness and development), one-on-one leadership (coaching), and group facilitation and training from day one of your program.

This transdisciplinary approach dives deep into both new and historic research in business, philosophy, psychology, educational methodology, and neuroscience, giving you the tools to understand what universally drives and motivates human beings.

If you are ready to challenge yourself to discover new ways of thinking and operating in your life and career every day to tap your potential in your career, your relationships, and the dreams and goals that matter most to you, Wright Graduate University is the right education for you.

About us

Wright Graduate University was established in 2006 by Drs. Bob Wright, Judith Wright, and Michael Zwell, to offer graduate degrees in the emerging fields of leadership and coaching. This institute of higher learning offers future leaders and executives the tools to develop leadership skills to encourage, support, motivate, and inspire their employees and colleagues, creating positive change and success in organizations and companies.

Wright Graduate University (WGU) is committed to the highest standards of academic excellence and values, where the students’ experience is positive, personalized, and supportive. Because WGU provides access to a broad range of programs and classes, we have earned a reputation for excellence, discovery, and knowledge. WGU’s broad range of classes in scholar-practitioner programs are renowned for focusing on the unique educational and professional development needs of adult students. Working adults from all over the country are achieving their academic goals while balancing the demands of full-time jobs, family, and community responsibilities. Graduates may apply their education to their jobs and professions while they learn on WGU’s innovative virtual technology system.

WGU prides itself on making higher and professional education available to everyone, with an array of innovative, diverse, and rigorous course offerings that will challenge, inspire and motivate students to achieve their goals of a new beginning, a higher education, and even a new career path. Wright Graduate University is a positive step in the right direction. The common thread in all of WGU’s course offerings and certificates is, “Education as it should be.”

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Admission Requirements

  • Apply Online: Complete our online application. There is no fee to apply.
  • The Priority Application Deadline for the next class start is January 11th, 2023. We highly recommend meeting this deadline as student services such as financial aid packaging may require two weeks for processing.
  • Objective Statements: Write and submit two 600-word objective statements related to your degree program. The essay prompts can be obtained from an admissions representative.
  • Transcripts: Request one official transcript documenting receipt of a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. This transcript must be received before the end of the first thirty days of the start of your first term.
  • International Transcripts: Applicants with degrees from an institution outside of the United States must have these transcripts evaluated for degree equivalency to an accredited U.S. degree or school.
  • English-Language Testing: Applicants whose native language is not English must demonstrate competency in written and spoken English, as evidenced by a score of at least 60 on the paper-based TOEFL exam, 71 on the internet-based TOEFL exam, or a passing score on a recognized international equivalent exam. If the applicant has earned a degree from an appropriately accredited institution where English is the principal language of instruction, he or she is exempt from the testing requirement.

Locations

  • County Highway H,7698, 53121, Elkhorn

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