Our small and personalized graduate programs specialize in providing a challenging yet supportive environment. Our programs have an outstanding reputation in the tri-state area, and our faculty mentors and extensive alumni network help our graduates meet their career goals. This is the Wagner difference:
- A highly personalized approach to education, with small classes and supportive faculty.
- Faculty who have deep industry experience and are dedicated to helping you achieve your unique goals.
- Access to corporations and business leaders from many different fields while you live and learn in one of the world’s great financial centers, New York City.
- Award-winning Capstone Simulation (Capsim) — the only such program in NYC.
Wagner is nationally accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs and is a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB).
MS in Accounting
This evening and weekend program, which can be completed in as little as five semesters, features small classes, personalized advisement, for-credit internships at prestigious companies, and Capstone Simulation (Capsim).
Students choose from five majors:
Learn more about the Traditional MBA program.
- Health Care Administration
- Media Management
Unique in the tri-state area, this intensive, 12-month program completed in three semesters includes Capstone Simulation (Capsim), a Global Competitive Business Study, and Lean/Six Sigma protocols.
Learn more about the Accelerated MBA program.
This degree in management, designed for middle-level professionals, incorporates Lean/Six Sigma Green Belt certification, Capstone Simulation (Capsim), and an overseas trip that enhance strong leadership skills and critical decision-making paradigms.
All classes are taught on Saturdays, and the program may be completed in 19 months.
Learn more about the Executive MBA program.
This 30-credit graduate program, consisting of 10 courses that can be completed in one year, develops competitive accounting professionals for the private and public sectors. Taught in small cohorts of about 15 students, it focuses on accounting knowledge, analytical skills, effective communication, and information technology. Candidates must have an undergraduate degree in business with an accounting concentration. Meets CPA educational licensing requirements for New York State.
Learn more about the MS in Accounting.
"Our goal is to provide practical knowledge in a changing world. As department chair, I personally conduct all information sessions and act as mentor and advisor to MBA students. Throughout the year, I stop by all classes and students have access to my personal cell phone number."
Dr. Donald Crooks