Syracuse’s ABA Approved Online Law School Program

The Power of Orange!

Founded in 1895, Syracuse University College of Law offers students a forward-leaning, rigorous legal education that prepares a diverse student body to succeed in the practice of law and other professional endeavors. 

The College of Law’s classroom and practical curriculum is designed to ensure that graduates have the knowledge, discipline, and analytical skills to succeed in the 21st-century legal profession and related fields.

At the same time, the College promotes the development of the law and justice by engaging in significant and creative legal scholarship, and by participating actively in the local, national, and international legal communities.

To study the law is to join the ranks of some of the best minds in history. You join leaders, idealists, inventors, entrepreneurs, dreamers, agents of change, and heroes. This is the tradition you enter when you study at Syracuse University College of Law.

We believe an outstanding legal

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AMS Journals Program – Research, Member, Translation, and Distributed Journals

AMS peer-reviewed journals are of the highest quality in mathematical research. Our journals have been published since 1891 and cover a broad range of mathematics. Each journal is managed by editors who are prominent in their fields, and each is unique in its offering of articles, book reviews, and reports. In addition to publishing and distributing printed journals, the AMS offers searchable electronic versions that are available prior to the print versions. When the journal is available in electronic format, the electronic version is considered the version of record. Get information on how to subscribe to our journals or browse our current subscription rates.

NEW! AMS journal contributors receive 15% off Charlesworth’s specialist language editing and publication support services.

All articles submitted to journals published by the AMS are peer-reviewed. The AMS has a single blind peer-review process in which the reviewers know who the authors of the manuscript

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Undergraduate Program | Department of Government

Professor Carnes in a lecture


A degree in Government equips students with theoretical and practical knowledge concerning many different dimensions of politics, including:

  • Domestic political institutions and processes in the United States and throughout the world;
  • International and transnational relations; and
  • The scope and nature of ethics, justice, rights, and obligations in political life.

Courses in the Department are located in one (or more) of four subfields:

  • American Government;
  • Comparative Government;
  • International Relations; and
  • Political Theory.

The Department seeks to provide its students with more than extensive knowledge of political institutions and processes; it aims to arm them with additional tools that help them to better evaluate, advance, and refute political arguments. These tools involve logical analysis, causal inference, research skills, and effective communication of ideas.

A degree in Government cultivates relevant skills in a number of different ways. Most Government courses require students to practice and develop analytic writing

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