Graduate Certificate in Engineering & Manufacturing Management

Georgia Southern University
Degree Level Certificate
Total Credit Hours 12
Per Credit Hour Cost $$
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Program Description

Engineering & Manufacturing Managers coordinate the entire range of production factors, adapting scientific and practical approaches in order to create favorable conditions for the profitable development of the country's industrial activities. Georgia Southern's graduate certificate in Engineering & Manufacturing Management provides a scientific and rational approach to the relevant issues with courses in management and various technological arenas.

Admissions Information

Students seeking a Graduate Certificate would be admitted by COGS under a Non-Degree Certificate admission status. Students pursuing the Graduate Certificate in Engineering and Manufacturing Management would be required to hold an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited institution. They would be required to have an undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or higher and/or a graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher. Standardized test scores such as the GMAT or GRE would not be required for the Graduate Certificate. Admission as Non-Degree Certificate does not guarantee subsequent admission to a graduate degree program. That is a separate process and different criteria must be met.

Upon recommendation of the Graduate Program Director and approval from the Dean of the College of Graduate Studies, credit earned in a certificate program may be applied to a graduate degree program. Upon recommendation of the Graduate Program Director and approval from the Dean of the College of Graduate Studies, a maximum of six (6) credits earned before the student entered the certificate program may be applied to that program. The minimum grade requirements for the graduate certificate are the same as those for graduate degrees. For graduate credit, the grade in a course must be "C" or higher. To remain in good standing, a student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. To be awarded a graduate certificate, the student a. must not be on probation,

b. must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher on graduate coursework and on coursework applied to the certificate,

c. must meet all the requirements of the College of Graduate Studies and the student's certificate program, and

d. must be enrolled during the semester in which the certificate requirements are completed.

The College of Graduate Studies residence requirements and the requirements for a comprehensive final examination do not automatically apply to the graduate certificate program