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管理學院 College of Management National Sun Yat-sen University
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SUNY Korea雙學位

SUNY Korea MS Degree in Technological Systems Management (TSM)

This program is offered by SUNY Korea through Stony Brook University (SUNY) to qualified NSYSU students, starting in the Fall semester 2013.  Students who are interested in this degree program are strongly encouraged to contact the Office of International Affairs (OIA) in the College of Management.

 

 About SUNY Korea

  • Located in Incheon Free Economic Zone (IFEZ), Korea

  • The first Korean campus managed by a US University offering US degree programs and through mutual efforts between the Stony Brook University and the Republic of Korea,  SUNY Korea brings "American-style" education to the Asian continent.

  • The curriculum at SUNY Korea consists of selected degree programs of Stony Brook.

  • The design and delivery of each program agrees with the degree program as delivered in the US and the degree is granted from Stony Brook University.

          If you want to know more about SUNY Korea, please visit their website:  www.sunykorea.ac.kr

 

Program Requirements

  1. The candidate student must apply for admissions to the Department of Technology and Society (DTS) through the Graduate School of the Stony Brook University (SBU).(http://www.stonybrook.edu/est/graduate/admission.shtml)

  2. A total of 30 credits, with a GPA of 3.0 or better, are required for the MS degree.  Among the 30 credits, up to 9 credits can be approved transfer credits from the NSYSU,  approved by the Department of Technology and Society at SBU.

  3. The following list includes three level of courses required for the MS degree.(http://www.stonybrook.edu/est/graduate/msglobalops.shtml)

                  

REQUIRED COURSES - 6 credits
        EST 581 - Heuristics and Quantitative Decision-Making
        EST 582 - Introduction to Systems Concepts

SELECTION OF AN ADDITIONAL 24 CREDITS
        EMP 502 - Engineering Economics 

        EMP 504 - Quantitative Methods in Management
        EMP 506 - Strategic Technology Analysis
        EMP 524 - Modern Transportation Systems and Logistics 
        EMP 518 - Technology Projects 
        EMP 517 - Quality Value Management
        EST 562 - Decision Support Systems
        EMP 507 - Research and Special Topics in Global Industrial Management
        EMP 521 - Developing New Technology Products
        EMP 522 - Strategic Marketing:  Planning and Process
        EMP 523 - International Business and Management
        EMP 525 - Technology Assessment
        EMP 530 - Introduction of Big Data and Data Science for Technological Management
        EMP 531 - Data Mining for Technological Management
        EMP 532 - Big Data Systems for Technological Management
        EST 580 - Advanced Technology Assessment (Prerequisite: two semesters of calculus)
        EST 583 - Electric Power Systems (Prerequisite: two semesters of calculus)
        EST 592 - Sustainable Energy (Prerequisite: two semesters of calculus)
        EST 594 - Diagnosis of Environmental Disputes (Prerequisite: two semesters of calculus)
        AMS 553 - Simulation and Modeling (Prerequisite: two semesters of calculus)
        MAR 587 - GIS: Display and Analysis of Environmental Data (Prerequisite: two semesters of calculus)

Appendix A tabulates a list of equivalent courses approved for transfer from NSYSU to SBU.

 Appendix A 

The following tabulates a list of equivalent courses between NSYSU and SBU which are approved for transfer credits.

Courses Offered at NSYSU

Courses Offered at SBU

Courses approved for transfer credit

Equivalent Courses

Required Course

Title

Cr

Required Course

Title

Cr

MIS566

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

3

EMP524

Modern Transportation Systems and Logistics 

3

MIS568

SPECIAL TOPICS IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH

3

EMP504

Quantitative Methods in Management

3

MIS537

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

3

EMP518

 Technology Projects 

3

MIS562

ELECTRONIC COMMERCE

3

EST530

Introduction of Big Data and Data Science for Technological Management

3

MIS514

PRODUCTION/OPERATION MANAGEMENT

3

EMP506

Strategic Technology Analysis

3

MIS515

MARKETING MANAGEMENT

3

EMP522

Strategic Marketing: Planning and Process

3

TSM/MS degree requirement = 30 credits

•Maximum National Sun Yat-Sen University Transferred Credits = 9
•SUNY Korea courses credits = 21

  1. The total length of study on the SUNY Korea campus is typically two semesters, if 9 credits of approved courses are transferred from NSYSU to SBU.
     
  2. The students of NSYSU are strongly encouraged to have TOEFL iBT 85/IELTs 6.5 (or higher) before coming to enroll in SUNY Korea.  Otherwise, the students cannot expect to finish the MS degree in two semesters. If a student does not score TOEFL iBT 85 or higher, the student can apply to the Intensive English Program (IEP) for graduate students in SUNY Korea.  An English Placement test must be taken to place into corresponding level of IEP. If the student is placed to the Advanced level, successful completion of a semester of IEP will move the student to regular matriculation.  If the student is placed into the Intermediate level, successful completion will move the student to the Advanced level.  In this case, two semesters may be needed in order to complete the two levels of IEP, unless after the completion of the Intermediate level, the student takes TOEFL and scores iBT 85 or higher.

  3. Upon the successful completion of 30 credits of courses with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and meeting all the degree requirements, students will be awarded a Stony Brook University degree of the Master of Science (M.S.) in Technological Systems Management (TSM).

 

 Admission Criteria

  • GPA ³ 3.0/4.0
  • TOEFL scores ³ 85/ IELTs 6.5 (or higher)
  • GRE/GMAT

 

 Tuition & fee

  1. Tuition fee might change according to SUNY Korea's tuition level.
  2. Participating students should take care of their own travel expenses, and of their living expenses in the host country.
  3. Participating students must subscribe to insurance regulated by both institutions.

 

 Financial Aids

  • Apply for the NSYSU financial aids via the Office of International Affairs (OIA)
  • Deadline: Please check with OIA for exact dates of application every year
  • Students would be given scholarship for their accommodation in Korea. On-campus dormitory will be provided. (Students can save KRW 950,000 per semester, around NT$50,000 per year)

 

 Application materials & deadlines

  • Application form, transcript, TOEFL & GMAT or GRE scores and other supplemental materials (Please check application form for details).
  • Application deadline to CM:  Around Nov. 1st  ~ Nov. 30th every year(Please check with the announcement every year)
  • Application to SUNY Korea:  Once accepted by CM, students need to apply via SUNY's online application system.   

 

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