Translate your passion into purpose
NYU's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service has been educating and preparing the world’s future public service leaders since 1938. Our students translate personal commitment into nonprofit, public, and private sector careers that have an impact on the world's most pressing issues. Our faculty conduct research that changes the way people frame, understand, analyze, and act on issues of public importance. Ranked sixth in the nation, we offer Master of Public Administration, Master of Urban Planning, Executive Master of Public Administration, and Doctor of Philosophy degree programs.
Combining coursework in management, finance and policy with cutting-edge research and work experience in urban communities, the NYU Wagner education transforms personal commitment into public leadership.
Applying to graduate school should be exciting and immersive! There are many ways to learn more about our programs, including watching videos from prospective student events.
Application deadlines and notification periods are outlined on our application timetable.
EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING IN A GLOBAL CITY
The global and local intersect in New York City in a way they don't anywhere else. With so many nonprofits, diverse policy and research institutes, and a high-profile city government, the opportunities to explore the field of public service are endless.
- Master of Public Administration-Public & Nonprofit Management & Policy
- Master of Public Administration-Health Policy & Management
- Master of Urban Planning
- Executive Master of Public Administration
- PhD in Public Administration
- Dual Degrees
Erica Gabrielle Foldy | What are examples of ways social change organizations reframe issues and constituencies?Nonprofits.
Admitted Students Day: Alumni PanelAdmitted Student.
WAGTalk: Jonathan Morduch, “U.S. Financial Diaries”Poverty.
Anthony Kovner | What greater role can Evidence-Based Management play in healthcare?Health.
Sonia Ospina | Advancing Relational Leadership Research and PracticeLeadership.
A conversation with David ElcottLeadership.
WAGTalk: Daniel Smith, “Why Do Cities Go Bankrupt?”Finance.
WAGTalk: John Billings, “Improving Care for High Cost/ High Risk Patients”Health.
WAGTalk: Ingrid Gould Ellen, “Preserving History or Hindering Progress”Urban Planning.
WAGTalk: Karen Grepin, “Educating Girls, Child Health, and the Developing World”Health.
Executive Program in Global Public Policy and ManagementManagement.
Paul Smoke | The process, and the politics, of central-government decentralization in developing countriesInternational Development.
WAGTalk: Nirupama Rao, “The 47 or 67 Percent?”Finance.
WAGTalk: Beth Simone Novak, “Big Data, Small Data, Open Data”Technology.