Syracuse University University College
Syracuse, New York
Syracuse University is a private college in Syracuse, New York and has been named to the Best Colleges for Adults award list. The part-time student body is 647 students. The on-campus net price to attend is $44,462 and the per-credit hour charge is $2,363. The school offers on-campus day care, weekend/evening classes, credit for military training, credit for life experiences, academic counseling services, career services, and more.
- Distance education:Yes
- Career services:Yes
- Weekend/Evening classes:Yes
- Credit for life experiences:Yes
- On-Campus day care:Yes
- Remedial services:Yes
- Full-time undergrad students:13,832
- Undergrad students over 25 years old:446
- Pell Grant students:2,510
- Online and distance education undergrad students:162
Students over 25 years old3%
Online & Distance Programs
Bachelor's degrees offered
- Liberal Arts and Sciences General Studies and Humanities(1)
- Business Management Marketing and Related Support Services(2)
- Retention rate for part-time students:37%
- Graduation rate for part-time students:35%
Military & Veteran
- Credit for military training:Yes
- Dedicated staff member:Yes
- Student veteran organization:Yes
- Yellow Ribbon Program member:Yes
- Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges member:Yes
Featured Programs & Degrees
Arts & Humanities Program Overview
Syracuse University University College offers many arts and humanities degrees. Of these degrees, creative leadership and knowledge management can be taken online or on campus, while the other degree options are offered only on campus.
Degree Options Include
B.P.S. in Creative Leadership
B.P.S. in Knowledge Management
B.A. in Liberal Studies
B.S. in Communication and Rhetorical Studies
Psychology Program Overview
The Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology prepares students for careers in business, communications, or social services. Psychology courses must be taken in regular classroom format.
Students enrolled in the B.S. in Child and Family Studies not only learn in the classroom, they receive first-hand experience in the community as well. The program covers a range of issues focusing on the healthy development of children and families.
Degree Options Include
B.A. in Psychology
B.S. in Child and Family Studies
B.S. in Information Management and Technology
The Information Management and Technology major focuses on the needs of information users, explore the value of IT, and develop skills that would be used in today’s workplace.
B.S. in Social Work
The Office of Field Instruction has relationships with many human services agencies. This provides students with opportunities to work in the field at clinics, hospitals, schools, and more.