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What courses am I required to take for the Wagner Health Policy and Management program?
All Wagner students are required to take five "core" classes:
Why doesn't NYU Wagner require the GRE or GMAT?
While moderately predictive of academic performance (which is important to us), we believe that these standardized tests are less useful in helping identify individuals who will be successful in a career of public service and a potential leader in the health field.
Are there ever research assistant opportunities with Wagner faculty?
Yes, many Wagner faculty are involved with large research and program evaluation projects. Many of these include positions for full- or part-time research assistants, and Wagner students are strongly encouraged to apply for these positions.
What kind of job can I expect to get upon graduation of the Wagner Health Policy and Management Program?
Wagner Health Policy and Management Program graduates obtain positions in a variety of settings.
The type of job is usually related to the area of specialization in the program.
Does NYU Wagner have a large selection of evening courses?
Most courses are held in the early evening (4:55pm and 6:45pm) with some degree core course sections offered during the day. Some electives or sections of electives are offered on an intensive basis on Fridays or Saturdays.
Why should I study Health Policy and Management at NYU Wagner?
How big are classes at Wagner?
With a some exceptions (e.g. degree core courses), classes typically have 35 or fewer students. Some upper-level courses are smaller, with a class size of about 20.
What is the size of the program and composition of the student body of the Wagner Health Policy and Management Program?
We typically admit about 50 students each fall and 10-12 each spring. At any point in time there about 175 full- and part-time health program students enrolled.