SUNY Korea offers the BS degree from Stony Brook University in Technological Systems Management (Sometimes called "Technology Management"). TSM provides students with technical skills in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and well as business knowledge in management and marketing relevant to today's fast-changing digital environments.
Students can choose from three additional specializations:
The degree requires the completion of the Stony Brook Curriculum (SBC) with at least 120 credit hours of passing work and least 39 credits of upper division work (numbered 300 and higher). Completion of the major requires approximately 79 credits.
This course will introduce the important principles and theories of marketing, especially for new product design and development, for technical and eCommerce industries. The preparation and evaluation of a marketing plan will also be covered.
This course helps students develop an understanding of innovation, digital technology and design through the use of social networks, innovation, software, and new technology. Visualization tools such as Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality as well as other techniques will be discussed to understand how they are used to evaluate the goals. Students will learn to assess the value of these systems and improve organizations productivity related to innovation and customer engagement, all focused on a cross discipline approach to a team. Students will analyze and build a technological project from idea to creation to ensure they understand all aspects.
Students will select a technology-oriented topic, one that could be related to a selected class theme or be of their choosing. Students will work individually on the topic and present on their research. A paper will also be produced. A book on describing what "technology" is, and how new technologies develop, will be closely read.