Education at Wagner is designed to give students a solid academic foundation and the considerable knowledge necessary to live in the world as informed and responsible citizens. Skills for the workplace, as well as education for life, can best be provided through a practical liberal arts education. Wagner’s curriculum gives all students a common core of liberal arts knowledge, specialized knowledge in specific majors and minors, and choices from elective courses.
- Majors & Minors
Anthropology, B.A., B.S.
Art History, B.A.
Arts Administration, B.S. Concentrations in Art, Media Management, Music, Theatre, Combined Arts.
Business Administration, B.S. Concentrations in Accounting, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing.
Chemistry, B.S. Concentrations in Biochemistry and Environmental.
City Studies (minor)
Comparative Literature (minor)
Computer Science, B.S.
Cultural Competency for Allied Health (minor)
Education, B.A., B.S. Dual Certification in Childhood and Special Education (grades 1-6), Minor in Educational Studies Childhood (grades 1-6) or Adolescent (grades 7-12).
Environmental Studies (minor)
Film/Media Studies (minor)
Gender Studies (minor)
Government and Politics, B.A.
Information Systems, B.S.
Interdisciplinary Studies, B.A.
International Affairs, B.A.
Modern Languages, B.A. French, Spanish (major & minor); German, Italian Studies (minor).
Physician Assistant Studies, B.S./M.S. 5-year program.
Psychology, B.A., B.S.
Public Policy and Administration, B.A.
Religious Studies (minor)
Sociology, B.A. Concentrations in Academic Sociology, Criminal Justice, Family Studies.
Theatre & Speech, B.A. Concentrations in Performance; Design, Technology and Management; Theatre Studies.
Pre-Health Science Program
- Graduate Studies
Nursing, M.S., Post Master's Certificate
Physician Assistant Studies, M.S.
Government and Politics
Mathematics and Computer Science
Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Philosophy and Religious Studies
Theatre and Speech