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featured majors

Are you undecided? It’s ok to explore.

About 25% of each incoming class is undecided, and many change their majors. As you take different courses, you’ll find a home.

Anthropology

Anthropology is global in its perspective, comparatively studying humankind in all places and throughout time. You'll develop an understanding of culture and how it unites human social, political, biological, and historical experiences. READ MORE

Mathematics

Learn to think with precision and logical rigor and make both finite and abstract conclusions. You'll be prepared for graduate study or careers in mathematics-related fields such as engineering, statistics, computing, actuarial science, physics and education. READ MORE

Art

Study drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, ceramics, and graphic design. You will develop and hone observational, practical, and analytical skills, while also developing your own artistic voice both in and out of the classroom. READ MORE

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The Wagner Plan

Small classes. Hands-on learning. Critical thinking. This is The Wagner Plan for the Practical Liberal Arts.

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First Year Program

Take charge of your own education and discover the connections between ideas and real-world problems. Classes combine two disciplines with a reflective tutorial and a big dose of field experience.

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Intermediate Learning Community

Discover social and intellectual links between diverse perspectives. Learn by doing as you write, research, and create an integrated final project.

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Senior Learning Community

The capstone of your Wagner Plan, with a summative major course, a reflective tutorial, hands-on experience, and a final project.

FULL LIST OF MAJORS

Hands-on learning. Dedicated faculty.

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At Wagner, you’ll not only study issues and sharpen your skills in critical thinking, writing, and problem solving, but you’ll also practice what you learn. Our innovative learning communities and reflective tutorials, along with highly invested faculty, help you connect with the world outside the classroom and prepare you for successful careers.

 

* Indicates a minor or pre-professional program
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