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Preparing Graduates
to Innovate,
Advocate, Elevate

And make the organizations and people they
serve ever better.

Anand R. Marri Appointed Dean of the Warner School

Anand R. Marri, vice president and head of outreach and education at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and professor of social studies and education (research) at Teachers College, Columbia University, has been named dean of the Warner School of Education and Human Development. Rob Clark, University provost and senior vice president for research, announced Marri’s appointment, which will begin on January 1, 2019 with a five-year term.

New Warner School Dean Announcement
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Featured Programs

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)

Interested in working with individuals with autism? Our master's and advanced certificate programs, offered in collaboration with the Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, will prepare you for both NYS licensure and Board Certified Behavior Analyst credentials.

School Counseling

Are you considering becoming a school counselor? All new students starting a master's program in school counseling leading to New York State certification are guaranteed a 50% tuition scholarship.

Advanced Certificates

Advanced certificates are a great way to explore an emerging career or add skills that will give you a competitive advantage in the job market. They can be completed as standalone programs or bundled with other programs. Offerings include program evaluation, online teaching, k12 digitally-rich teaching, urban teaching and leadership, and teacher leadership, as well as expanded credentialing in the areas of teaching, leadership, and counseling.

Doctoral Programs

Warner PhD and EdD programs will prepare you for a variety of advanced positions across educational, human service, governmental, and research organizations – including faculty positions in colleges and universities. Learn more about which degree and program might be right for you.
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“My current training and the pursuit of my advance degree at the Warner School has helped me to methodically pull all the pieces of my life experiences, professional experiences, and prior training into a concerted product that further prepares me to better serve others.”  Kai Chitaphong, PhD, Counseling


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Merit-Based Scholarships
Warner offers a number of competitive, merit-based scholarships to eligible students. Explore the opportunities.
Assistantships are awarded to full-time doctoral students on a competitive basis, providing funding and unique learning opportunities.
Loan Programs
Contact the University's Office of Financial Aid for information on loans.
UR Tuition Benefits
University of Rochester employees may be eligible for tuition benefits covering up to 95% of tuition costs.
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Warner admissions can help you find and customize a Warner graduate program to meet your career goals. Meet with a Warner Admissions team member or attend the next Warner admissions event. Learn more.

Get a Taste of Warner
A great way to experience the quality education that Warner delivers is to take a course as a non-matriculated student. View recommended classes.

Warner in Action

Partnering with schools and organizations to make them and the people they serve ever better.
East High School
Warner is "all in" at East High, partnering to transform all aspects of the school through innovative leadership, culturally responsive curriculum, and social-emotional supports designed to build an effective learning community. Many faculty, staff, students, and alumni are involved.


Horizons at Warner
Warner is home to a six-week summer enrichment program that engages urban K-8 students in meaningful and authentic learning experiences. Horizons creates a unique opportunity for Warner students to interact with younger learners in a non-traditional school setting.