The School of Technology offers associate degree programs in engineering technology (civil, electrical and electromechanical) and bachelor of science degrees in engineering technology (options in electrical and mechanical engineering technology), computer network administration and land surveying.
The Surveying Engineering degree is divided into several sections. There is a core section of 31 credit hours that are required to meet University standards. These include courses in communication and humanities. There is a Math and Science section that also includes 31 credit hours. These courses satisfy the ABET criteria for Math and Science. Next are the Surveying Engineering courses consisting of 48 credit hours. Finally, there are other courses, including electives, that make up the remaining 18 hours of the 128* hour degree requirement.
Forestry Recreation Surveying - The forest management operations at Paul Smith’s College have received FSC Certification from Smartwood through the certifier’s partnership with the National Wildlife Federation.
We offer undergraduate education with a Bachelors of Science in Geographic Information Science with emphases in Geographic Information Systems or Geomatics. Graduate studies at the Masters of Science level are offered in Computer Science with a Geographic Information Science emphasis.