Syracuse University is home to some of the top graduate and professional programs in the country for a reason—because we substantially invest in research.
As a graduate or professional student, you’ll work towards breakthroughs alongside faculty who are among the world’s finest researchers and scholars, all while creating lifelong professional relationships and advancing your career.
Ranked among the top 55 universities in the United States, you’ll join an international community of masters, doctoral, and professional students in an environment that’s equal parts nurturing and challenging. It’s the perfect environment for you to take your next step.
Choose from more than 240 advanced degree and credential programs from across Syracuse’s 13 schools and colleges, then customize your education with a rich selection of courses, internships and research projects.
Syracuse University has offered online degree programs for more than 20 years, long recognizing the needs of working professionals, veterans, and other students who have commitments off campus.
Once you’ve selected a program of interest, be sure to note the application deadline. Programs starting in the summer term have earlier deadlines than those programs that begin in the fall. Spring starts may not be available for many residential programs.
Contacting the school or college that offers your program of interest will be helpful in obtaining specific information needed for the application and admission process, and learning about funding opportunities.
Syracuse University admissions representatives travel to graduate school fairs and tours across the U.S. and around the world. Meet with them when in your area to learn more about our University.