To better help students participating in the Masters in Integrated Science and Technology program we've compiled a list of our most frequently asked questions below. If you have any further questions that are not answered please contact the program coordinator, Dr. Ken Li, at email@example.com.
Professional Science Master's degree programs are founded by Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The New York-based Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has helped launch new M.S. degrees in 45 institutions with strong graduate programs in the sciences and mathematics. All have been developed in concert with industry and are designed to dovetail into present and future professional career opportunities.
For more information please see PSM web site.
The Masters in Integrated Science and Technology (ISAT) is a Professional Science Master's Degree, developed in part through funding by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. It is an innovative, interdisciplinary program that emphasizes applications of chemistry, computer science, industrial technology, mathematics, and physics in a career enhancement degree. Students who complete the ISAT degree at Southeastern Louisiana University will be able to
Integrate information and concepts across different scientific and technical disciplines.
Apply specialized knowledge from chemistry, computer science, industrial technology, mathematics or physics to solve problems that are critical to future growth of local business and industry.
Work effectively with people who possess various educational and experiential backgrounds.
Use appropriate technology in communication, information and knowledge management, modeling, forecasting, and decision-making.
This program is 33 credit hours and it takes about 2 years.
Yes. Research, Teaching and Graduate Assistantships are available.
Find available job listings at Southeastern.
Yes. Total score of 850 is required.
Students are required to complete
Industrial Engineering Specialist
Quality Assurance Manager
Associate Industrial Engineer
Information Systems Consultant
Computer Programmer/ Database developer
Yes. Students are required to complete a thesis or research project that investigates a significant interdisciplinary, applications-oriented topic centered in the area of concentration.
For more information please see Thesis/Research PDF .
Yes, definitely. The program is designed for that. The classes are offered at night.