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Why Warner?

The University of Rochester has a well-deserved reputation for excellence, and the Warner School has a rich history as a part of that excellence. The Warner School’s programs in teaching and curriculum, counseling and human development, and educational leadership prepare educators to handle today’s challenges in education.

The Warner School strives to provide teachers, administrators, counselors, and researchers with the tools to be agents of change. Our graduates are equipped to be exceptional at what they do, and to make a difference in their chosen fields of study.

We offer master’s and doctoral programs uniquely designed for practitioners or researchers. And our commitment to social justice and educational reform runs through each program.

As a professional school within a premier research institution, the Warner School participates in groundbreaking research and grant-funded projects in the areas of literacy, educational technology, teacher professional development, mathematics education reform, social studies, philosophy and history of education, to name but a few.

We pride ourselves in offering small class size and individual attention. And we offer programs of study to fit your life—including evening courses to allow for part-time study.

Being a student at Warner means you will be a part of the excellence. Won't you join us?