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Graduate Admissions

The Master of Science Degree in Technology Management at Farmingdale State College (FSC) is intended to graduate qualified professionals capable of taking leadership roles in designing, developing, improving, and transforming the industrial systems that are the basis for much of the industry in the region. This program will provide an exceptional and affordable opportunity for advanced study in the critical field of technology management to qualified graduates of baccalaureate programs in technology, engineering technology and related fields.

The multi-disciplinary program builds on the strengths of the faculty, laboratories, and equipment of three undergraduate departments in the School of Engineering Technology: Mechanical Engineering Technology, Electrical/Computer Engineering Technology, and Architecture and Construction Management.

Drawing on these strengths and addressing the industrial needs in the region, the program has three tracks:

  • Track I: Electrical and Mechanical
  • Track II: Construction Management
  • Track III: Transportation

*Please note this is an Engineering based degree


Electrical/Mechanical Engineering

ETM 510 - Energy and Power Management Analysis
ETM 511 - Nanotechnology Principles and Applications
ETM 520 - Control Systems Management


ETM 530 - Residential Development Management
ETM 531 - Construction Cost Analysis and Advanced Estimating
ETM 532 - Legal Aspects of Construction Management

Transportation Engineering

ETM 550 - Intelligent Transportation Systems
ETM 551 - Transportation Planning Principles
ETM 552 - Traffic Flow Theory and Operations

Graduate Admissions Deadlines & Requirements

Application Deadlines

Fall: August 1 (Unless noted below.)
Spring: January 20 (Unless noted below.)


Minimum Combined GPA: 3.0 (Unless noted below.)
GRE Optional


Engineering or Related 


Appropriate Math, Physics, and Calculus Suggested

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Be A Ram!

It all starts with an application. Apply Now!

Graduate student applicants can choose to apply using the SUNY Application or the Common Application.

If you are applying to only SUNY schools, utilize the SUNY Application for all of your applications. If you are applying to both public and private schools, using the Common Application is recommended.

Official High School Transcript or GED

Please speak with your school counselor about submitting your documentation digitally. Counselors can submit your documents through the following:

If you are homeschooled, you will need to provide the following documents:

  • High School Transcript
  • Letter from Home District
  • Home Schooled Applicant Letter from the District Superintendent

If you are unable to submit a transcript digitally, send it by mail: 

Farmingdale State College
Office of Admissions
2350 Broadhollow Road
Farmingdale, New York 11735

If you have questions or concerns regarding submitted documents please email Admissions Processing.

Letters of Recommendation Two letters recommended
Mid-Year Transcript Request your High School Counselor to provide it to FSC
Official SAT or ACT Scores

Scores should be reported directly from the testing agency.

SAT Code: 2526 / ACT Code: 2918

Final Transcript Sent by High School Counselors
Resume Word or PDF files requested
College Credits If credits are not from Farmingdale State College, please contact the college's Registrar's Office to request that transcript be sent.
AP Score Report Send through CollegeBoard

Submit Financial Aid documents through the Secure Document Upload form

A Document Drop Box is available for submission of unofficial documents as well as any additional requested materials. We accept Word documents, PDFs, or scanned image files. You will need to login using your FSC Ram Portal username and password. You will receive this information by email after you apply.

You are one step closer to becoming a part of the Farmingdale State College community.

FSC Ram Portal

The personalized FSC RAM Portal will help you keep track of everything that you need to do to make your application complete and ready for review.

When logging in for the first time, please use the email address that you used to apply. An email has been sent to you with the subject "Thank you for applying to Farmingdale State College" and includes a temporary PIN and instructions that you can use to sign in. If you did not receive the email, click "Forget Your Password?" and enter your email address to receive a new PIN.

Please contact the Office for Admissions if you have any trouble signing in.

Last Modified 7/18/22