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Undergraduate Experience


An undergraduate education at Whitman is about experiencing integrated core learning through an innovative curriculum that concentrates on business fundamentals from the very start. Our students have opportunities to double major, participate in multiple internships, apply their knowledge outside the classroom through our groundbreaking Goodman IMPRESS program and gain global experience through study abroad. With supportive faculty and staff, and a dedicated Career Center close at hand, Whitman undergraduates face today’s competitive marketplace confident and career ready.

Are you interested in learning more about the Whitman School? Visit the Syracuse University Admissions calendar to register for an upcoming information session. Please enjoy a special tour video made by our student team. Admissions Ambassador Brittany Loper ’21 will give you a tour of Whitman.

 

Strong Curriculum

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Whitman provides different academic options for leading business training and career development. Choose from a variety of majors or even double or triple major.

Student Profile

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Our undergraduate class welcomes talented men and women from all over the globe.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Find the answers to some of the most typical questions undergraduates and parents have about tuition, financial aid, housing, safety and the surrounding community.

Visit Us

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Schedule a personalized visit and check our events calendar for recruiting, on-campus activities and other events.

Admissions and Financial Aid

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Review your enrollment options and find the resources you need to complete and submit your undergraduate application.

Incoming First-Year

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Find the instructions and materials you need to successfully prepare for your first semester in the Whitman School.