Charted in 1870 to promote education in modern languages and the physical sciences, Syracuse University has evolved to become an academically-diverse institution with a contemporary vision. Committed to delivering accessibility and professional relevance, Syracuse offers a variety of online course offerings as well as graduate-level degrees that are entirely online.
Syracuse University allows students to work towards some or all of select degrees in a flexible online format.
Financial Aid for graduate students is primarily in the form of federal loans.
To apply, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the Syracuse University Graduate Financial Aid Application. For entering students, this becomes available after you are officially admitted to your certificate program.
For students entering Syracuse University during the summer, your fall/spring financial aid will not be available until mid-July. You may use our Loan Eligibility Worksheet to estimate your financial aid for the academic year.
Syracuse University is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Syracuse University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science offers a Master of Science in Computer Engineering program delivered online. The program teaches students to create groundbreaking hardware and software solutions for new and emerging systems, while developing the expertise to solve challenging technical problems in this ever-changing industry.
The M.S. in Computer Engineering program focus on key subjects that are crucial to understanding and advancing new and emerging systems. You will learn to drive innovation and solve the most challenging computer engineering challenges with advanced knowledge of key topics including: security and assurance, network systems, computer architecture, and advanced programming.
Syracuse University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science offers a Master of Science in Computer Science program delivered online. The program is designed to help students discover groundbreaking solutions to complex technology challenges and develop expertise in areas such as security and assurance, artificial intelligence, computer architecture, and advanced programming.
The program focuses on new system designs that incorporate emerging technology to prepare students to be at the forefront of computer science discovery. Students will gain advanced knowledge in critical areas, such as Security and Assurance, Artificial Intelligence, and Computer Architecture, and Advanced Programming.
Syracuse University's Master of Social Science (MSSc) Degree Program features an interdisciplinary approach to broad social science problems based on a comparative analysis of the world’s major cultural areas. The curriculum pays special attention to the issues of international studies, the foundations and development of major societies and questions involving war and society. The specially designed program requires a total of four weeks of residency during the program, and therefore suits students whose careers make traditional classroom study impossible. MSSc students earn a full-fledged master's degree from the Maxwell School. Study for the master of social science degree can begin at any time of the year.
MSSc students include many non-government organization officials, teachers, military personnel, government officers, journalists, and corporate executives involved in international business. Many live and work abroad, or have jobs requiring extensive travel. While the program is fully academic in nature, the varied professional backgrounds of the students enrich the conversation and the educational experience.
Each member of the MSSc faculty is a senior professor in the relevant Maxwell Department. While each is rooted in his or her own discipline, the faculty works together to ensure that the program reflects an interdisciplinary approach to learning. Students in the program are trained to think broadly, bringing multidisciplinary insights and comparative analyses of issues across cultures and time periods.
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Courses are delivered entirely online via Blackboard.
PC or Mac with a reliable Internet connection capable of web browsing and viewing multimedia-rich web sites. Broadband access is strongly recommended and is essential for courses with significant graphic content. Help Desk available by phone or e-mail.
Returning students can register online, by fax, by email, by phone, or in person. New students must register by mail.