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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.


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


Admission Criteria

Enrolled master students in College of Management, NSYSU

GPA 3.0/4.0

TOEFL scores 80/ IELTs 6.5 (with no subsection recommended to be below 6.0)

GRE/GMAT (possible to be waived)


Program Requirements

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).

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. TSM Course list

List of equivalent courses between NSYSU and SBU which are approved for transfer credits.

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.

The students of NSYSU are strongly encouraged to have TOEFL iBT 80/IELTs 6.5 (with no subsection recommended to be below 6.0) 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 80 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 80 or higher.

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).


Tuition & fee

NSYSU Tuition Fee

SUNY Korea Tuition Fee

Living cost/airline tickets:  about NT$300,000 per year

Tuition fee might change according to SUNY Korea's tuition level.

Participating students should take care of their own travel expenses, and of their living expenses in the host country.

Participating students must subscribe to insurance regulated by both institutions.



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