Advance equity and justice through technology.
Ever wondered how TikTok is impacting the youth vote? Why social movements gain traction online? How big companies are using your data? How to combat misinformation?
These topics and more are what you’ll explore in this program. You’ll study the technologies we use each day, and their impact on how we work, learn, and connect as a global society.
You’ll go on to design apps and websites using human-centered design. Build initiatives that promote equal access to information. Advocate for better privacy protections or take on the increasing spread of misinformation through social media.
You’ll make your own way, from landing a job at a tech company, to pursuing research, or going on to graduate school. Whatever your path, you’ll apply innovative new solutions to make an impact on society for the better.
Find your place on campus.
Welcome to a tight-knit community of innovative and creative thinkers. Here, you’ll work closely with faculty, meet lifelong friends, and hear from diverse perspectives. With small classes and plenty of opportunities for collaboration, you’ll find your home on campus.
Gain a global perspective and network.
Here, your expertise and experience will expand far beyond the classroom and our campus. Our deep industry connections mean you’ll meet and work with experts from around the world. Your global perspective will inspire you to develop innovative solutions. And your hands-on training will prepare you to work in organizations that value technology and innovation.
Forge your path to professional success.
Every year our graduates experience the highest job placement rates and starting salaries of any other school at Syracuse. Employers tell us that’s because they have the ideal combination of technical knowledge and business acumen. They can see the big picture, and know how to roll up their sleeves and make change.
of last year’s class
most in-demand and lucrative
Fast-track master’s degrees
Pursue an accelerated master’s degree and complete the program one semester early, making a graduate degree both easier and more cost-effective.