College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS)
Undergraduate Student Office
(Room 127, Engineering, 631-632-8381)
The Undergraduate Student Office provides a variety of services to undergraduate students within the College, including general academic advising, appropriate referrals for advising within a specific major, DEC (Diversified Education Curriculum) requirement advising, and assistance with processing transfer credits. The Undergraduate Student Office also receives and processes student petitions to the CEAS Committee on Academic Standing and Appeals (CASA). Student organizations, including professional and honor societies, maintain mailboxes within the Undergraduate Student Office, and scholarships and internships for CEAS students are also coordinated through this office. Open Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Academic Departments: Once you have been admitted to a specific major within the College, you will work with your academic department for advice on course requirements and electives within your major. If you have not yet been admitted into a specific department within CEAS or wish to change majors within the College, you should visit the appropriate department to discuss admission requirements and criteria.
Internship Program: The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences manages an extensive internship program for students in engineering and applied science disciplines. Students interested in obtaining an internship with an outside organization should contact the Undergraduate Student Office (Room 127, Engineering) for information on position postings and application procedures. Internships obtained through CEAS are paid and may or may not include academic credit.
Scholarships: CEAS students may apply for a variety of scholarships available to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Applications can be obtained from the Undergraduate Student Office (Room 127, Engineering) beginning in early December for the following academic year.
Applied Mathematics and Statistics
(Room P-139, B Mathematics, 631-632-8370)
Prof. Alan Tucker, Undergraduate Program Director
The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics offers one of the country's most successful undergraduate programs for training students for business careers using applied mathematics. Whether you take one or two courses with us or choose to major in applied math, we look forward to being a valuable part of your education at Stony Brook, an education second to none.
(Health Sciences Center, T-18, Room 030, 631-444-2303)
Prof. Danny Bluestein, Undergraduate Program Director
The biomedical engineering major advances a rigorous, cross-disciplinary training and research environment providing an engineering education as well as a solid foundation in the biological and physical sciences. It is designed to enhance the development of creativity and collaboration through study of a specialization within the field of biomedical engineering. Students choose one of four tracks: biomechanics, biomaterials, bioelectricity, and molecular biomedical engineering. Graduates are prepared for entry into professions in biomedical engineering, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and medical technology, as well as pursuing careers in academia and government. See our Web page at www.bme.sunysb.edu for details. Contact me by e-mail at Danny.Bluestein@stonybrook.edu if you have questions.
Chemical & Molecular Engineering (CME)
(Room 314, Engineering, 631 632-8484)
Prof. Miriam Rafailovich and Prof. Devinder Mahajan, Undergraduate Program Directors
The CME major emphasizes chemical engineering at the molecular level rather than traditional large-scale process engineering. Students choose one of six tracks: Pharmacology, Materials Science, Polymer Science, Business Management and Technology Transfer, Environmental Sensing and Compliance, and Nuclear and Chemical Hazard Detection and Prevention. The interdisciplinary curriculum with a focus on nanotechnology, environmental issues and process miniaturization, is integrated with internships to prepare students for careers in the nanotechnology, pharmaceutical, health products, food, petroleum, chemical, and cosmetics industries. For details, contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Computer Science and Information Systems (Room 1440, Computer Science Building, 631-632-8471)
Prof. Leo Bachmair, Undergraduate Program Director, Computer Science
Prof. Phil Lewis, Undergraduate Program Director, Information Systems
The Department of Computer Science offers two undergraduate programs in Computer Science and Information Systems. The programs are flexible enough to allow students to focus on different areas of computing and explore a variety of application areas in business, mathematics, and science. For details on our curricula, course offerings, facilities, and faculty, please visit our Web page at www.cs.sunysb.edu.
Electrical and Computer Engineering (Room 273, Light Engineering, 631-632-8400 or 632-8401)
Prof. Ridha Kamoua, Undergraduate Program Director
Welcome to our department! You are joining an outstanding and enthusiastic group of highly motivated students as well as faculty. For detailed information about us, please check our Web page at www.ece.sunysb.edu. There you will find our curriculum guides for the majors, the latest departmental news, faculty backgrounds, homework problems and solutions for various ongoing courses, and a description of our lab facilities. If you have any questions, please feel free to call my staff assistant, Carolyn Huggins, (631) 632-8415, or me, (631) 632-8406, or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Materials Science/Engineering Science
(Room 314, Engineering, 631-632-8484)
Prof. Gary Halada, Undergraduate Program Director
Engineering Science pervades the entire field of engineering—from civil engineering to chemical engineering to the manufacture of the diverse range of materials used throughout our society. Our broad and challenging undergraduate program prepares the engineer to move directly into employment in industry or to pursue graduate studies. The Engineering Science Program provides you ample opportunity to learn and to succeed in a friendly environment. Visit us at www.matscieng.sunysb.edu.
(Room 113, Light Engineering, 631-632-8310)
Prof. Q. Jeffrey Ge, Undergraduate Program Director
In the Department of Mechanical Engineering, we have a strong "hands-on" curriculum that allows you to practice what we teach you in the classroom. Check out our Web page at me.eng.sunysb.edu for more information about the program and our department, and feel free to call me at (631) 632-8305 if you have other questions.
Health Sciences Center (HSC)
Since its establishment in 1970, the Health Sciences Center (HSC) has attracted both graduate and undergraduate students. The fourth and newest health sciences center in the SUNY system, this major division of Stony Brook University is comprised of five professional Schools: Health Technology and Management, Dental Medicine, Medicine, Nursing, and Social Welfare. University Hospital and the Long Island State Veterans Home are major teaching facilities for the educational and research programs of the Center.
All Health Sciences Center (HSC) undergraduate programs begin in the junior year except for two programs, the senior-year B.S. Health Science, and the Nursing accelerated one-year program, which requires a baccalaureate degree.
Students who have successfully completed 57 university credits, including specific courses, are eligible to apply for admission to the individual programs offered by the Schools of Health Technology and Management, Social Welfare, and Nursing. HSC programs require a formal application except for three programs in the School of Health Technology and Management that students can declare as a major beginning in freshman year: health science, respiratory care, and clinical laboratory sciences. Students in these majors will be advanced to the upper-division major upon successful completion of program prerequisites. Consult the School of Health Technology and Management for additional information.
Admission to HSC programs is highly selective and each School is responsible for determining its own admissions policy and selecting its own students. Depending on the program, admissions is open for the summer, fall, or spring terms.
Office of Student Services
The Health Sciences Center Office of Student Services functions as an administrative liaison between and among the schools of the Center and between various administrative offices. It assists the Schools of Health Technology and Management, Nursing, and Social Welfare, and in some cases, the Schools of Dental Medicine and Medicine, with the processes leading to admissions, registration, academic records, and financial aid.
The Office of Student Services also provides direct service to students in the Health Sciences Center in many areas, including student activities and student government and general information about the Center and University programs and services. The office acts as an advocate for Health Sciences Center student needs in areas such as building facilities and university systems.
The Office of Student Services is located on Level 2, Room 271 of the Health Sciences Center, Stony Brook, NY 11794-8276. It is open for service Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more information, please call our 24-hour telephone information system at (631) 444-2111 or visit us online.
School of Dental Medicine
The school is fully accredited by the Commission on Dental Education and the State Educational Department and is a component of the Health Sciences Center. The School of Dental Medicine is an active participant in meeting the general missions of the University. The school conducts an excellent educational program for its students, contributes to scientific knowledge through its active programs in research, and actively participates in community service through its programs in continuing education and its treatment center, which provides dental care to thousands of community residents each year. For more information, visit us online.
The School of Health Technology and Management
The School of Health Technology and Management offers various undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education programs. The school is organized into four divisions: diagnostic and therapeutic sciences, rehabilitation sciences, clinical sciences, and the graduate division. The school offers upper division undergraduate baccalaureate programs in Cytotechnology, Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Physician Assistant Education, and Respiratory Care leading to the Bachelor of Science degree. The Division of Rehabilitation Sciences offers a new Occupational Therapy multi-award program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Health Science/Master of Science in Occupational Therapy degree, and a new entry-level Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy program. The Health Science major offers areas of concentration in environmental health, public health health education, healthcare management, healthcare informatics, radiation therapy, medical dosimetry*, billing and coding*, pharmacy technology*, and anesthesiology technology* Students who have declared Health Science as a major complete three years of liberal arts courses in the College of Arts and Sciences prior to advancement to the senior year curriculum in the School of Health Technology and Management. (*pending approval.)
The School also offers a graduate program leading to a Master of Science in Health Care Policy and Management. Two advanced certificates are offered in Health Care Management and in Community Health. These graduate programs are open to both part-time and full-time students. For more information, call 444-2407 or visit us online.
School of Medicine
The School of Medicine consists of basic science and clinical departments that have the responsibility for pre-clinical and clinical instruction of students in all schools within the Health Sciences Center and university-wide as well. Basic science departments include the Departments of Anatomical Sciences, Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Microbiology, Neurobiology and Behavior, Pathology, Pharmacological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, and Physiology and Biophysics. Clinical departments include the Departments of Anesthesiology, Dermatology, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Medicine, Neurological Surgery, Neurology, Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Pediatrics, Preventive Medicine, Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, Radiation Oncology, Radiology, Surgery, and Urologic Surgery. Please call 444-2113 or visit us online for more information.
School of Nursing
The School of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and offers educational opportunities in preparation for professional nursing practice. The school offers a Bachelor of Science with a major in nursing, a Master of Science, and Post-Master Certificate programs. The undergraduate curriculum prepares basic baccalaureate and registered nurse students to become knowledgeable participants in the delivery of comprehensive health care within hospitals and other health care agencies. The graduate curriculum prepares students for advanced practice roles as Nurse Practitioners/Clinical Nurse Specialists in Adult Health, Child Health, Perinatal/Women’s Health, Neonatal Health, and Psychiatric/Mental Health, Family Health/Primary Care, and Nurse Midwifery. For more information, call 444-3200 or visit us online.
The School of Social Welfare
The School of Social Welfare’s programs prepare students for various levels of professional practice in the field of social welfare. These programs include a full-time, upper-division undergraduate program leading to the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in social work (BSW) which prepares students for beginning professional social work practice, and a full-time graduate program leading to the Master of Social Work (MSW) degree that prepares students for entry into advanced social work practice. The BSW and MSW programs are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. A dual degree MSW/JD program is also offered in conjunction with the Touro Law Center.
The School of Social Welfare also offers a Ph.D. in Social Welfare. The goal of this program is to further scholarly research leading to careers in teaching, research, and policy analysis in social welfare. For more information on the School of Social Welfare, advising sessions, and its programs and projects, call (631) 444-3141 or visit us online.