Professional Masters in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE)
A Hands-On Approach to Learning with the
Master's of Systems Engineering Program
Georgia Tech's College of Engineering, the division of Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE) and the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) collaboratively designed the Professional Master's in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE) program for experienced professionals interested in building and expanding their systems engineering expertise. Our systems engineering master's program offers a practical, hands-on approach to learning how to successfully integrate systems engineering processes to gain a competitive advantage in any industry.
The Professional Master's in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE) program looks at the systems engineering process as a comprehensive, multi-disciplined function by focusing on the following principles:
- Systems Engineering Process
- Systems Requirements Engineering
- Analysis and Design
- Modeling and Simulation
- Verification and Validation
- Team leadership and Management
This master's in systems engineering will help students develop the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully compete in the global market. Students gain real-world experience by collaborating in a team environment. They will learn how to think strategically to determine project plans and identify areas of risks.
Students enrolled in the Professional Master's in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE) program become part of a tight-knit work group called a cohort. A cohort is a group of students that are taking the same classes on the same schedule in pursuit of the same goal.
PMASE's hybrid format enables students to participate through:
- Interaction and instruction via the latest distance learning technology
- Pre-recorded learning modules available on-demand online
- Live instruction and activities in Atlanta during campus visits
Through this unique format we are able to offer our students the ability to continue their education without interfering with their full-time job.
For admission into our applied systems engineering program, all applicants are expected to have:
A bachelor’s degree in math, hard science (like biology, chemistry, physics, etc.) or engineering from an accredited college or university
GPA of at least 3.0
Five years of technically relevant professional work experience (which may include internships, technically-related summer and/or part-time positions, as well as participation in a cooperative education program)
You may be required to take part in a video or phone interview as part of the application process.
Admission is a competitive process and we carefully review all facets of your application to help evaluate your potential for success. We only being review your application once we have receive all supporting documents.
For international graduate applicants, please review the international student’s tab for requirements. "
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