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SELU Master’s in Integrated Science and Technology (ISAT)
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PURPOSE
The Master’s in Integrated Science and Technology (ISAT) is an interdisciplinary program that emphasizes applications of chemistry, computer science, industrial technology, mathematics, and physics in a career enhancement degree. This degree has been devised to meet the specific needs of students attending regional universities and desiring technical employment. This degree will prepare students for the workplace by giving them experience in applying their knowledge of mathematics and science to projects of interest to business and industry. Individuals with experience and training in technology will gain a deeper understanding of the science and mathematics used in their fields. Students will learn these problem-solving skills through a core of interdisciplinary project-oriented courses that will extend and broaden training in each of the academic areas.

Objectives of the Program
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.
  • Students in the ISAT program will take a core of interdisciplinary, project-oriented courses that will extend and broaden their training in science and technology. In the course of their studies, these students will learn to use current problem-solving approaches from mathematics, chemistry, physics, computer science and industrial technology to solve problems from a wide variety of business and industrial settings.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION
Applicants to the ISAT program must have completed an undergraduate degree program and have earned at least 30 semester hours in any combination of chemistry, computer science, industrial technology, mathematics, or physics to enter the program. Applicants must have a cumulative undergraduate GPA of at least 2.75, and a combined Verbal and Quantitative Score on the Graduate Record Exam of at least 290 on the new format. In addition to GRE score, applicants must submit a letter of application, two letters of recommendation and transcripts of previous undergraduate or graduate work.

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