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At Syracuse University, you can explore disciplines by combining majors and minors. You’ll graduate with an exceptional set of skills, stand out to future employers, and be ready to adapt to and succeed in whatever career path you choose. Here are what some grads are doing with their Syracuse degrees:
Michelle Sczpanski ’16
Policy Studies, Public Relations, and Citizenship & Civic Engagement
“While my coursework is demanding, I still find time to get involved in activities on campus like being the social media producer for the Daily Orange, the student newspaper. I am also a member of the Syracuse Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America.” Read more.
“Most recently, I spent the fall semester abroad at a world partner program in Dublin, Ireland. Back in Syracuse, I volunteer at the Veterans Affairs Hospital and am an Engineering Ambassador, visiting local middle schools to work with students in developing interest in the STEM fields.”
“I’ve always had a strong interest in math and science and a love for music. At Syracuse, I was encouraged to pursue my interests, satisfying both sides of my brain and leading me to a successful career at Bose Corporation.”
Kwame Phipps ’16
Citizenship & Civic Engagement and Political Science
“After graduating from Syracuse University in 2016, I plan to go straight into law school to study criminal law. My initial plan is to work in the Bronx Courthouse serving as a defense attorney to be of assistance to my community.” Read more.
Shuyuan Chen ’15
Economics and Religion
“Almost all of the internship and job offers I have received so far, even those in banking or international business, were interested by both my economics courses and my religion courses.” Read more.
Jamie Lyons ’07
Marketing and Public Relations
“It is incredible to think of how my connection to SU has helped get me to where I am today.” Read more.
“Being in two schools opens so many doors and uncovers infinite opportunities. I attend lectures and can network in two different but similar industries (business and communications).”
“In the fall of 2012, I interned with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the Florence, Italy chapter. This was my first opportunity to conduct formal research of citizenship on a global level.” Read more.