Assistance to Achieve Your Goals
One of the key aspects of the graduate school experience is the advisement process in which faculty and staff assist students in the development of a plan of study that helps them achieve their academic and career goals. NYU Wagner has several sources of advisement for students, including student and program services administrators, faculty advisors and the Office of Career Services.
Administrators from the Student and Program Services team are the first point of contact for students seeking assistance in these areas listed below.
- Selecting and registering for core courses
- Waiving core courses
- Addressing concerns about academic progress
- Changing specializations, or advisers
- Resolving "incomplete" grades
- Ensuring that all degree requirements are being met
Administrators hold walk-in hours during the fall and spring semesters. Appointments outside of walk-in hours can be made throughout the year.
Fall 2014 walk-in hours begin on September 8.
Student and Program Services Administrators
- MPA-Health and Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Health and Doctoral Programs
Director, Student Services
- Global EMPA, MPA and MUP - all international specializations
Director, Global and Program Services
Administrator, Student Services
- EMPA and Dual-Degrees
Assistant Director, EMPA and Dual-Degree Programs
Our full-time faculty are available as a source of advisement to help you shape your specialization and elective courses toward your academic and professional goals, and you are encouraged to seek advisement from a range of faculty. You can find faculty for potential advisement under each degree program's specialization page.
Students are also encouraged to consult the Office of Career Services (OCS) for career advisement. OCS assists Wagner students and alumni to develop and implement career strategies, plans, and decisions.