Learning Literacy at PS 20Every week, Professors Katia Gonzalez and Rhoda Frumkin and their graduate students in childhood education and literacy meet at PS 20, an elementary school in Port Richmond. The rest of their coursework — readings, lectures, discussions — is conducted online; here is where they meet to put theory into practice. Watch Learning Literacy at PS 20
5-Year Microbiology ProgramDr. Corbo and Monica Cipriani '17 invite you to learn more about the 5-year microbiology program, earning you a BS and MS within five years. With small classes, dedicated faculty, and required undergraduate research, microbiology at Wagner prepares students for a wide range of careers. Watch 5-Year Microbiology Program
Wagner’s select, yet comprehensive graduate programs are offered at convenient times and provide small class settings for educational excellence. Classes are small and scheduled year-round in late afternoons, evenings, and weekends. Our faculty are superb, combining theoretical expertise with practical experience in the field. A number of graduate assistant positions and financial aid options are available to support students. All graduate applications are processed by the Office of Admissions.
Wagner’s graduate programs are committed to the “learn by doing” philosophy embodied in the Wagner Plan, based on experiential learning and interdisciplinary study. These exclusive programs strive to foster core competencies, cutting-edge technologies, and critical thinking. They remain responsive to the needs of the external community, and in turn provide the most innovative and highest caliber graduate education in the region.
Wagner College is fully accredited by the Regents of the University of the State of New York and by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. It is a member of the American Council on Education and the Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools.