Couples with CAP-GP.3227.
As part of the core curriculum of the NYU Wagner Masters program, Capstone teams spend an academic year addressing challenges and identifying opportunities for a client organization or conducting research on a pressing social question. Capstone, in architecture, is the crowning piece of an arch, the center stone that holds the arch together, giving it shape and strength. Wagner's Capstone program plays a similar role, by providing students with a centerpiece of their graduate experience whereby they are able to experience first-hand turning the theory of their studies into practice under the guidance of an experienced faculty member. Projects require students to get up-to-speed quickly on a specific content or issue area; enhance key process skills including project management and teamwork; and develop competency in gathering, analyzing, and reporting out on data. Capstone requires students to interweave their learning in all these areas, and to do so in real time, in an unpredictable, complex, real-world environment.
Complete the schoolwide core and declare an international specialization. PNP/MUP students: complete 2 international core courses.
Health students: HPAM-GP.1831 or HPAM-GP.1830, PADM-GP.2201, HPAM-GP.4830
|Fall 2012||Katherine Bourne||Syllabus|
|Fall 2012||Charles Bailey||Syllabus|
|Fall 2012||Paul Smoke||Syllabus|
|Fall 2011||Steven Schall||Syllabus|
|Fall 2010||Paul Smoke||Syllabus|
|Fall 2010||David Winder||Syllabus|
|Fall 2010||Steven Schall||Syllabus|
|Fall 2009||Paul Smoke||Syllabus|
|Fall 2009||Steven Schall||Syllabus|
|Fall 2009||Jody Spiro||Syllabus|
|Fall 2008||Paul Smoke||Syllabus|
|Spring 2009||Lucille Pilling||Syllabus|
|Fall 2008||Lucille Pilling||Syllabus|
|Fall 2008||Jody Spiro||Syllabus|