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The Master of Science in Advanced Technology (MSAT) is a multi-disciplinary program with an emphasis on practical applications. It is offered jointly by the civil, electrical, industrial, and mechanical engineering technology departments and incorporates SUNY Poly’s strengths in these technologies with those of the other graduate programs at SUNY Polytechnic Institute.
The 12 full-time and 3 part-time faculty members in this program represent a wide range of academic, research, and applied specialties. The faculty work closely with outside organizations with related interests. For example, the ongoing Educational Partnership Agreement between SUNY Poly and Air Force Research Laboratory, Rome, N.Y. (AFRL) affords both students and faculty a variety of opportunities for collaborative research projects and personnel exchanges. These relationships also provide for mutual sharing of computing, research and library facilities.
Electrical engineering technology faculty, among others, are involved in research sponsored by the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research. Faculty in the mechanical engineering technology department have established a working relationship with the Advanced Computing Architectures/Micro-Electro Mechanical System (MEMS) group at the AFRL. These collaborative efforts give students opportunities for joint projects and to exchange ideas with professionals working in the field.
The MSAT program is designed for students interested in a high-quality multidisciplinary program that will facilitate career advancement in advanced technology areas. To that end students are helped to develop a plan of study to match their individual educational needs. Students are able to take courses in business, telecommunications, the computer sciences, and information design and technology as part of their degree.