Master of Science in Technology Management (MSTM)
The Master of Science in Technology Management (MSTM) is a joint program between Stony Brook University and the Seoul School of Integrated Sciences and Technologies (aSSIST). Students complete 36 credits of required courses leading to both aSSIST's MBA and Stony Brook University's MS in Technology Management degree simultaneously. Students must meet the degree requirements of both schools.
The program combines foundational business knowledge with technology management for technology specialists. The program aims to provide practical as well as intellectual tools for engineers and technical specialists who are moving into managerial positions, and who need to complement their technical expertise with general business, organizational and strategic management capabilities.
The program has two components - one includes students taking courses on a part-time basis in Korea. In the second, students travel to the United States to attend a three-week summer study program at Stony Brook University, completing course work and immersing themselves in the culture. The program is taught by both Korean-based faculty and US faculty, some of whom travel to Korea to teach. All classes in the program are taught in English.
Students are required to maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA throughout their academic program. Students will have to obtain a GPA of 3.0 or better by the end of their degree, otherwise the degree will not be granted.
About Stony Brook University (SUNY)
The mission of the Stony Brook University College of Business is to:
- Prepare students for leadership roles and create and disseminate business knowledge.
- Emphasize research and practice, experiential learning for problem-solving, and opportunities to collaborate.
And, as our source of distinctiveness:
- Leverage the strengths of Stony Brook University as a leading research university that drives discovery, economic development, and healthcare on Long Island and beyond.
- Serving diverse students and being a part of a growing and dynamic university.
Stony Brook University is one of America’s most dynamic public universities and a magnet for outstanding students, offering more than 200 undergraduate programs, 100 master’s programs and 40 doctoral programs. From its beginnings more than a half-century ago, Stony Brook University has been characterized by innovation, energy, and progress, transforming the lives of people who earn degrees, work, and make groundbreaking discoveries here.
Today Stony Brook is one of only 62 members of the prestigious, invitation-only Association of American Universities. Stony Brook University is ranked one of the nation’s top 100 universities and top 40 public universities by U.S. News & World Report, and is consistently named on the best values among public universities by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.
There are also numerous support systems for international students, such as with visa and immigration support from the Office of Global Affairs, and everyday advice from our International Student Ambassadors.
3-Week Study Program at Stony Brook University
- Classes taken on the Stony Brook University campus
- Located just 60 miles from New York City. The campus has its own train station with destinations to Manhattan and other parts of NYC.
- Stony Brook is located on the North Shore of Long Island, NY, on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. There are dozens of beaches, golf courses, and other attractions close by.
- The schedule includes long weekends of free time to allow for ample time for travel to cities and attractions such as Boston, Washington DC, Philadelphia and Niagara Falls.
- Field trips to local companies and on-campus Stony Brook research facilities including the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT) and Advanced Energy Center (AEC).
Requirements for the MS in Technology Management
[All courses are 1.5 credit courses]
MS in Technology Management Required Courses for all Students
General Management Courses
Technology Management Courses
Please note that this information is used for advising purposes. Students are required to follow the degree requirements published in the Graduate Bulletin for the semester that they began their program. Students should consult their academic advisor if they have any questions regarding their program requirements.