Why students consider graduate study at the School of Education:
Syracuse University's School of Education has prepared scholars from around the world.
You will be part of a community that has a commitment to inclusion and diversity. The School of Education pioneered the inclusion movement in the United States, making it possible for all learners to participate in typical classrooms.
We offer both teaching and non-teaching degree programs.
You are assured opportunities for research, clinical practice, and internships designed to clarify relationships of theory and practice.
You are assured the assistance of a mentoring faculty to help you get the most out of all of your experiences at SU.
We are a small School comprised of approximately 700 graduate students. You will have the opportunity to develop personal and professional relationships that will last a lifetime.
You will enjoy the advantages of a multidisciplinary approach to learning.
Information on International Graduate Admissions
Graduate teacher preparation and school leadership candidates must submit:
Competitive scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Miller Analogy Test (MAT), or other acceptable, nationally normed admissions examination.
Cumulative undergraduate grade point average of at least 3.0.
Personal essay demonstrating candidates’ beliefs about student learning, commitment to diversity, enthusiasm for learning, willingness to foster collaboration, and ethics.
In general, most graduate programs within the School of Education participate in rolling admissions and admit students on a space-available basis. Individuals interested in applying to a master's or doctoral degree program should contact the academic department overseeing the program of study to obtain deadline information. The School of Education will continue to receive and review applications after these dates on a space-available basis.
The Graduate Application Fee is $75.
Note on Restricted Graduate Credit
Please note that credit earned at the graduate level by students who are not matriculated in a graduate program (called restricted graduate credit) must be converted to graduate credit in order to be included in a graduate degree or certificate program. School of Education graduate programs, with the exception of Higher Education, allow a total of 9 (nine) restricted graduate credits to be taken and converted to graduate credit prior to matriculation. Higher Education allows no more than 6 (six) restricted credits to be taken and converted to graduate credit. You can learn more about restricted credit in the Syracuse University course catalog.
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Syracuse University Graduate School Application
For more information about graduate study, please contact:
Graduate Admissions Recruiter