There are more than 150 undergraduate degree offerings available for part-time study at Syracuse University. Most degrees require at least some daytime classes, but some can be completed entirely through a combination of evening and flexible format classes, including online, accelerated, weekend, and condensed.
To learn more about program requirements and course delivery options, please contact the University College Academic Advising department.
Undergraduate degrees that can be completed fully online:
Undergraduate Credit Certificates
Credit certificates are developed in cooperation with a variety of SU’s colleges and departments as a valuable credential that can be earned to upgrade workplace skills in a short period of time. Certificate programs deliver the concentrated knowledge and skills needed for fast career advancement or career change. Credits earned through a certificate program may be transferred to an existing degree program or can be a stand-alone credential. The following credit certificates are available:
Creative Leadership Certificate
Upgrade your skills and enhance your resume with a 15-credit professional studies certificate focusing on networking, workforce team management, creative problem solving and conflict resolution. This certificate program can be completed online or on campus. Prerequisite for admission – associate degree or 60 college credits.
Knowledge Management Certificate
Upgrade your skills and enhance your resume with a 15-credit professional studies certificate focusing on data security and management, technology resources, collaborative problem solving, and ethics. This certificate program can be completed online or on campus.
Iroquois Linguistics Certificate
Preserve the Iroquois language for future generations with this five-course certificate. Study the linguistic principles and grammatical features unique to the Iroquois language.
Medicolegal Death Investigation Certificate
This 12-credit-hour program is designed for mid-career professionals and students interested in MDI careers. Students explore protocols, legal issues and interpersonal strategies involved in death investigation practice.