SUNY Korea's Department of Technology and Society offers the following degrees from Stony Brook University in New York:
A B.S. in Technological Systems Management provides students with technical skills in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and well as knowledge in management and marketing relevant to today's fast-changing digital environment. Students also specialize in areas related to their interests. These specializations include Applied Mathematics and Statistics (AMS) for advanced training in data analytics, Computer Science for programming skills, as well as ICT for Sustainable Development for skills related to mobile technologies, data science and network administration applied in today's efforts to achieve "green" economic growth that addresses issues related to poverty, health, education, climate pollution, gender equality and social justice.
The Accelerated B.S./M.S. program that allows a student to graduate with an undergraduate and a graduate degree in Technological Systems Management in 5 years.
The M.S. in Technological Systems Management has concentrations in Global Technology Management and Digital Technologies in Disaster Risk Reduction. Graduates with masters degrees generally experience increased job opportunities and career advancement.
A Ph.D. in Technology, Policy, and Innovation (TPI) is available for students wanting to engage in advanced research-based study in topics related to the digital technologies that shape modern life. Graduates with Ph.D. degrees obtain employment and other opportunities in industry, government, and education.
Getting the degree in South Korea:
South Korea is a fast-paced economy and culture. The country provides much of our global infrastructure, its shipping industry, and many electronic products such as color TVs, laptops, and smartphones. It has expanded into the culture industries with the worldwide popularity of its "K-wave" music, television dramas, and digital games. This is aided by some of the highest penetrations of mobile phone use in the world at over 90 percent.
All of South Korea hosts blazing fast Internet speeds, rated the world's fastest. South Korea also has a very efficient and clean system of public transportation (including electric bullet trains and inter-city subway lines) and public hospitals. It has developed-world living standards--and with nearby Seoul, a global city’s urban nightlife, shopping, as well as traditional and fine dining.
Coming to South Korea is to live and breathe in a global high-tech culture of the future. The country is a fast-development success. It is a future that is the envy of many other developing countries, as what they dream of becoming. Many international students from developing countries are joining us here to see it firsthand.
Therefore, joining SUNY-Korea is to participate in that global future. It is to be ahead of others in that race for higher educational standards, technological skills and a variety of modern and traditional cultural experiences. We hope you join us.
Please visit SUNY Korea Admissions website for more information.