Dec 14, 2009

Master of Social Science, Maxwell School of Syracuse University

Dear Friends,

Here is an interesting program that may be appealing to those who wish to earn a Master’s degree part-time.

The Master of Social Science program (M.S.Sc.) at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University is enriched and informed by the breadth of professional experiences its students bring to the classroom. Students are diplomats, teachers, military personnel, and leaders in business, government and international organizations and come from most states and many countries.

In an arrangement that is unique among major colleges and universities, Maxwell is home to Syracuse University’s scholarly programs in the social sciences —anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, social science, and sociology. The co-mingling of these scholarly programs with Maxwell’s professional
degrees creates rich, compounding benefits for students and faculty members. The school’s high esteem draws in large part from the unfettered cross-propagation of theory, policy, and practice.

The 30-credit M.S.Sc. program reflects these numerous strengths of Maxwell:

A professionally oriented curriculum, delivered by seasoned, full-time faculty members, in small classes, with friendly, personal attention

An interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to global social science problems, based on the comparative analysis of the world’s major cultural areas

Particular attention paid to issue of international studies and the foundations of major societies

Attracts domestic and international students from wide-ranging professions: NGO officials, military personnel, journalists, corporate executives, college and secondary school faculty.

Flexible course of study with distance (online) education, a 2-week residency and self-paced study

Students may complete their degree on a full- or part-time basis Rolling admission application

For more information, contact:
Master of Social Science
Executive Education Programs
219 Maxwell Hall
Syracuse N.Y. 13044
Tel: 315.443.3759
Fax: 315.443.5330

Apply online at
The following are rough guidelines for applications, but not a deadline:

Apply by February 1 for fall semester admission
Apply by September 1 for spring semester admission

Mehrzad Boroujerdi
Director, Middle Eastern Studies Program
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
100 Eggers Hall
Syracuse University
Syracuse, New York 13244-1090
Tel: (315) 443-5877
Fax: (315) 443-9082
E-mail: mboroujerdi@ maxwell.syr. edu

Please quote 10 Academic Resources Daily in your application to this opportunity!

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