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SUNY Oswego’s Syracuse Campus provides expanded access to a “Top Public School in the North” (U.S. News, 2023). With day and evening classes, Oswego’s Syracuse Campus accommodates the busy schedules of students and working professionals residing or working in the greater Syracuse area. Our downtown location in Clinton Square is conveniently central to students, faculty, professionals, business and industry partners, and community organizations. The dynamic learning environment is enriched by opportunities, experiences and resources found in downtown Syracuse.

Returning to college or embarking on a graduate degree is a big decision.  Many adult students find themselves asking how they can fit school into their busy schedule and questioning if they are prepared to return to the classroom.  SUNY Oswego's Syracuse Campus is staffed with caring and compassionate individuals who understand the unique challenges experienced by adult and returning students.   We invite you to learn more about our offerings and encourage you to get in touch with us to determine if our programs are a good fit for you. 

Respected Academics

Join Central New York business and community leaders as well as 92,000 alumni across the globe to earn a respected education from SUNY Oswego — #12 ranked “Top Public School — Regional Universities North” U.S. News, 2023.

Sound Investment

Earning your degree at SUNY Oswego is a smart financial investment. We offer some of the lowest and most competitive tuition rates and provide quality education at a value you can afford.

Personalized Experience

Since most of our classes are small, students receive full attention as well as personalized service and guidance. Additionally, you have access to all of the resources of SUNY Oswego while experiencing our close-knit campus community.  

Undergraduate Programs Designed for Transfer and Returning Students

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Complete Your Bachelor’s

SUNY Oswego’s Syracuse Campus offers three bachelor’s degree completion programs designed for students who:

  • Have an associate degree or have at least 60 credits from another institution
  • Want to study with other transfer and adult students who understand the unique value of learning locally while working or raising a family
  • Seek small class sizes 
  • Appreciate a tight-knit learning community
  • Need the flexibility of completing some coursework online
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Hybrid Learning

The undergraduate programs at SUNY Oswego’s Syracuse Campus are delivered in a hybrid format — partially online and partially in-person. This model of learning provides the “best of both worlds” for adult, non-traditional students.

Online learning

  • Flexible time 
  • Convenient location
  • Independent explorations


  • Dynamic discussions
  • Group work and faculty interaction
  • Collegial relationships
  • Sense of community
Business Administration, BS

Learn the business of business with this general management degree studying many aspects of the modern organization.

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Criminal Justice, BA

Study public service and public institutions that are a part of the enterprise of maintaining order in society and, to an increasing extent, responsible for distributing entitlements to the public. The goal of criminal justice is to examine the way this public enterprise does — and should — interact with its constituents.

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Human Development, BA

Study topics that include human development, social cognition, and psychology. After completion of this program, you may go on to further your education in graduate school or pursue a career in public policy, criminal justice, social work, or many other related fields. 

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Graduate Programs Designed for Working Professionals in Central New York

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Earn Your Master’s

Oswego offers four master’s degree programs at our Syracuse Campus. In today’s increasingly competitive job market, the benefits of a master’s degree can help you differentiate yourself and remain a valuable employee.

Set yourself apart from the rest of the workforce.

  • Transition into more senior positions
  • Increase your earning potential
  • Specialize your knowledge
  • Enhance your professional network





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Flexible and Convenient

Tailored to meet the needs of working professionals, master’s degree programs at SUNY Oswego’s Syracuse Campus combine face-to-face and online learning so students can fulfill personal and professional obligations. Our downtown campus in Clinton Square provides a convenient setting for students living in Central New York who are seeking to advance or fulfill career goals.


Mental Health Counseling, MS

Our CACREP and CAEP accredited Mental Health Counseling program is designed to prepare students with the listening, problem solving, diagnosis, treatment planning and case consultation skills needed for a successful future in the field. 

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Adolescence Education (7-12), MST

Turn your passion into a teaching career. If you hold a bachelor’s degree and would like to become a classroom teacher, the initial teaching certification program prepares you with the skills to channel your interests or past degree into a career in education. This graduate-level program is tailored for students who have bachelor’s degrees in areas other than education.

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Childhood Education (1-6), MST

An MST from SUNY Oswego will prepare you for a career in teaching. This graduate-level program tailored for students who have bachelor’s degrees in areas other than education. This rigorous program will prepare you with the knowledge and tools needed to successfully teach in New York State. This program prepares students for New York State initial teaching certification. 

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Biomedical and Health Informatics, MS

Help shape the future of global healthcare by addressing connected networks, big data, decision analytics, and genomics, fostering healthcare innovation, and enhancing patient outcomes.

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Special Education (1-6), MSEd

Our experienced faculty members have helped many students with different needs, and they'll always be there to support you as you learn and grow in this special role.

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Special Education (7-12), MSEd

Learn from experienced special education faculty for the rewarding role of special educators in today's dynamic educational landscape.

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SUNY Oswego’s
Syracuse Campus

2 Clinton Square
Syracuse, NY 13202


Phone: 315-399-4100
Fax: 315-312-2315
[email protected]

Monday - thursday

8 a.m. - 9 p.m.


8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Hours are subject to change