Welcome!

Welcome to Syracuse University’s online course catalog. In this searchable resource you’ll find detailed information about all of the schools, colleges, and hundreds of distinct degree programs offered by Syracuse University at every level, including descriptions of the faculty and related courses. You also will find descriptions of many special opportunities and entities that enhance academic life at SU, such as study abroad programs and centers for interdisciplinary learning.

Those of you already familiar with SU will find here the specifics that you seek and we invite those not yet familiar with us to explore the full breadth and depth of our academic offerings. Whatever your level of familiarity, we’re sure that as you learn more about SU, you will find abundant reflections of our institutional vision to leverage our vast intellectual resources collaboratively with public, private, and nonprofit sector partners to transform the world for the better.

Eric F. Spina
Vice Chancellor and Provost

PDF Subsections of Catalog

2013-14 Undergraduate Catalog for Advising (413 pgs)
2013-14 Academic Rules (24 pgs)

The Syracuse University Undergraduate Course Catalog and Graduate Course Catalog are published online annually in July and are primarily intended for use by currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff. The catalogs provide an overview of the University’s curriculum, academic programs, facilities, and educational resources. They also include University academic policies, rules, regulations, and procedures; information about degree and certificate programs, including degree requirements; a listing and description of courses; and faculty information. Links to other related information are also included.

 The information concerning academic requirements, courses, and programs of study contained in the publication does not constitute an irrevocable contract between the student and the University. The University reserves the right to change, discontinue, or add academic requirements, courses, and programs of study. Such changes may be made without notice, although every effort will be made to provide timely notice to students. It is the responsibility of the individual student to confirm that all appropriate degree requirements are met.