Whether you have an interest in teaching, conducting research, pursuing a career in higher education or counseling, or any other area where instruction and learning occur, the Syracuse University School of Education has the graduate programs to help get you there. Join Syracuse’s network of students, researchers and scholars as they continue to shape and inform educational practice for diverse communities around the world.
Speranza Migliore, Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions and Recruitment
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At Syracuse you’ll join a carefully selected graduate cohort of approximately 500 students advancing the future of education through equity-driven interdisciplinary research, groundbreaking experiential pedagogy, and collaborative antiracist and inclusive practices.
Discover a bold, spirited community where you’ll find myriad ways to be yourself—and belong to something bigger. Experiential learning, leadership on campus, and opportunities across Syracuse and around Central New York will offer plenty of ways to expand your academic portfolio and enhance your time at Syracuse.
The School of Education is deeply committed to equitable, antiracist, and inclusive practices. We pioneered the inclusive education movement in the United States, and we continue to promote dynamic and effective learning experiences for every learner.