We’re living in a digital age. Where innovative, critical thinkers use technology, data, and information to shape businesses, industries, and society at large. At the iSchool, we study at this nexus of innovation. Join us.
Dual Degree Programs
Dual Degree with Whitman School of Management
Gain a competitive edge with a knowledge of business and finance coupled with technical training in data and information systems. This combination of skills is in high demand from employers, and will give you an advantage as you begin your career.
Dual Degree Program with Newhouse School of Public Communications
Communications professionals understand the need to be savvy in emerging technologies, which is why many choose this dual degree that pairs our renowned information and technology degree with a degree from our nationally recognized educator of journalists, PR pros, and other communications professionals.
Applied Data Analytics
Data management and analysis skills are in high demand in today’s workforce. Gain a competitive advantage by enhancing your studies with a minor in this growing field.
Information Management and Technology
Enhance your major by studying how technology is used to improve business processes and inform decisions. Learn how to manage data and information, and increase your career potential.
Information Technology, Design and Startups
Explore your entrepreneurial side and learn what it takes to turn an idea into a working business venture.
Fast track to a master’s program
Fast Track Master’s Degrees
For Syracuse University undergraduate students, we offer most of our master’s programs in an accelerated format called Fast Track.
Fast track to medical school
Upstate Accelerated Scholars Program
Combine your studies in information and technology with a path to medical school through our partnership with Upstate Medical University.
It Girls is an interactive and fun two-week precollege course where you have the opportunity to hear from current technology experts on a variety of tech topics and gain real-world skills, all while learning about women’s impact on technology.