SUNY Korea's Department of Technology and Society (DTS) offers B.S. and M.S. degrees in Technological Systems Management. The diplomas are conferred by Stony Brook University, one of the highest rated programs in the State University of New York (SUNY) system.
We work with Stony Brook University's College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) and its Department of Technology and Society in New York. These programs have selective admissions requirements and are well known in the United States.
Applications to SUNY Korea programs are accepted based upon the standards and requirements of Stony Brook University. Currently, DTS offers the following programs:
- B.S. in Technological Systems Management with specializations in Computer Science, ICT for Sustainable Development, and Applied Math and Statistics.
- Minor in Technological Systems Management requires 18 credits.
- Accelerated B.S./M.S. program that allows you to obtain undergraduate and graduate degrees in Technological Systems Management in 5 years.
- M.S. in Technological Systems Management with concentrations in Global Technology Management and in 2018 - Disaster Risk Reduction.
- Ph.D. in Technology, Policy, and Innovation (TPI).
If you are accepted and complete the curriculum, the degree you are granted will be from Stony Brook University. Choosing a university is one of the most important decisions you'll make. By choosing SUNY Korea, you are joining Stony Brook, considered a flagship university of the 64 campuses in the public system comprising the State University of New York. SUNY is the largest public system in the U.S., with more than 450,000 students from 160 nations, 30,000 faculty members, and over 2.5 million alumni residing in New York State and throughout the world.
Please visit SUNY Korea Admissions website for more information.
Students spending their last year at Stony Brook University in New York may be eligible for the Optional Practical Training (OPT) status to stay longer in the United States and gain practical experience in a work environment related to their course of study.
Students are free to participate in internship programs in their own free time or enroll in EST 488 - Internship in Technology and Society.
The internship allows participation in a private enterprise, public agency, or nonprofit institution.
Interested students or organizations that have internship programs should contact email@example.com
Students are required to submit a proposal to the department at the time of registration that includes the location, immediate supervisor, nature of the project as well as the hours per week for the project.
One mid-semester report and one end of semester report are required. The internship may be repeated up to a limit of 12 credits - but only 3 credits of EST 488 may be used for either TSM major credit or specialization credit.
One source of good information about internships is the University Announcements page.
Prerequisite: EST Major: Permission of the department
EST 488 Experiential Learning Contract
Students may fulfill the requirements for EST 488 through a supervised learning activity in which the student applies knowledge and skills acquired within the classroom in real-world settings and in which insights and skills developed through real-world experience enhance academic success and professional development. Successful experiential learning requires reflection, mentoring, feedback, critical analysis, and synthesis.
Note: This form should be completed by the student in close consultation with the supervisor.
You can download EST 488 Contract form here. EST 488 Experiential Learning Contract.docx