Professional Master's Degree in Applied Systems Engineering

Competitive Advantage

Integrating systems engineering into the workforce becomes more important each day as technology becomes more complex. The Georgia Tech Professional Master's in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE) program offers both employers and employees an opportunity to gain a competitive advantage in the workforce.

Applied, Practical Learning

Our systems engineering master's degree gives students the opportunity to quickly apply practical knowledge gained through the program in their current position and as they advance in their career. The curriculum emphasizes applied systems engineering rather than program management equipping graduates with the problem-solving and management skills for future leadership roles in any industry.

Convenience

The Professional Master's in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE) program was designed to be flexible. Students can pursue a master's degree and maintain a work-life balance. Our hybrid format offers convenience without sacrificing faculty and peer collaboration. Interaction is facilitated through distance learning technology and three campus visits to Atlanta.

The Georgia Tech Difference

PMASE is a Georgia Tech program, taught by Georgia Tech faculty, and graduates earn a Georgia Tech master's degree. A master's degree from Georgia Tech is highly valued and respected both nationally and internationally since Georgia Tech is one of the top 10 engineering universities and one of the top 5 research universities in the country. Many of our PMASE faculty also lead ground-breaking, technologically-advanced research projects for both private industry and government at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).

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