The School of Education’s Master’s degree program prepare our graduates to be highly effective and transformational teachers, advocates, counselors, administrators, instructional specialists, service providers, and more. You’ll be a part of a carefully selected cohort of around 500 graduate students, so you’ll develop close mentoring relationships with faculty, staff, advisors, and students at all levels. But you’ll also have access to the extensive resources and benefits of the broader Syracuse support system. On-campus training laboratories, research facilities, volunteer opportunities, and engaged faculty who are leaders in their fields give you a chance to build your professional portfolio throughout your time at Syracuse.
New Scholarships available for master’s programs!
Get 60-75% of your tuition covered for:
Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.S.
Early Childhood Special Education (Birth-Grade 2), M.S.
Inclusive Special Education (Grades 7-12 Generalist), M.S.
School Counseling (K-12), M.S.
* denotes a degree that meets the academic requirements for New York State teacher certification.