If you’re interested in a career that connects the world of information with emerging technologies, the iSchool is for you. Prepare for a fast-paced digital future by learning the technological, communication, management, and design skills you need to develop solutions for any industry or launch your own startup.
- Information Management & Technology (IM&T)
- Systems and Information Science (SIS)
- (a shared program with the L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science)
Dual majors are also available with:
Combine your iSchool major with another major from one of Syracuse University's eight other undergraduate colleges. A few examples:
- Majors: SIS + Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises
- Career: Software designer/developer
- Majors: IM&T + Marketing
- Career: Director of online marketing
- Majors: SIS + Television-Radio-Film
- Career: Studio technology manager
- Global Enterprise Technology
- Information Management & Technology
- Information Technology, Design, and Startups
Highlights & Distinctions
As an iSchool graduate, you’ll have the technology skills you need to succeed in high-demand fields in any industry: business, medicine, government, nonprofits, athletics, politics, communications, and sciences.
High salaries and placement rates
The average starting salary for iSchool graduates is more than $60,000 (2014), with 93% either employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.
Hands-on learning laboratories
You’ll have access to the iSchool’s classrooms, research centers, collaboratory spaces, and virtualized labs.
Watch your ideas come alive
A Do-Learn-Revise model infuses your iSchool experience with opportunities for entrepreneurship and innovation. You can create and test your inventions in a startup incubator (the Syracuse Student Sandbox) and turn them into a viable venture.
Experiential learning opportunities
Enrich your academic experience with real-world endeavors that prepare you for the workforce:
- Internships with employers like Google, Apple, Ernst & Young, Polo/Ralph Lauren, Major League Baseball, and groundbreaking startups
- Intensive training opportunities with technology companies in Silicon Valley, New York City, Boston, Washington, DC, and Los Angeles
- Competitions where you can present your ideas, including the Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, business plan pitch competitions, and the MLB.com College Challenge