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Professional Master’s in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE)

At a Glance

2 Years


10 Courses

No GMAT/GRE Required

Professional Master’s in Applied Systems Engineering Program Overview

The Georgia Tech Professional Master’s in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE) includes a comprehensive and rigorous curriculum designed to help students qualify for advancing roles in engineering. The STEM and leadership-focused curriculum covers several topics, including systems engineering fundamentals, modeling and simulation, systems modeling language (SysML), and system design.

This master’s program is taught in a hybrid format that combines online learning with face-to-face instruction to enhance online studies. The program ends with a 12-week, team-based Complex System Capstone Project. During this time, students are guided by professional mentors to resolve real-world challenges for corporate, government, or organizational sponsors.

Curriculum Tailored for Today’s Engineers

Systems Design and Analysis
Learn to bring products to life by converting the needs of a product into effective specifications for production.

Leadership Development
Gain critical management and leadership skills through a combination of readings, lectures, speakers, and leadership groups.

Lifecycle and Integration
Focus on process and product design from integration through the manufacturing process.

Complex System Capstone Project
Work with a team to apply the methods and techniques taught in this program to conduct an approved complex system conceptual design.

Additional career outcome information

Upon completion of the PMASE program, students will be prepared to lead complex system engineering initiatives in a variety of industries. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), industrial engineers earned a median annual wage of $95,300 in 2021. This occupation is projected to grow 10% from 2021 to 2031, almost double the average growth for all occupations during that same period.

There are many types of roles across the spectrum of systems engineering that you can pursue upon completion of this program. No matter where you are in your career, opt in to align your education with your professional focus.

Benefits of Choosing Georgia Tech

Career-Focused Education

Our programs are designed with career outcomes in mind, giving our graduates a competitive edge when seeking advanced roles.

Supportive Student Services

Students are supported from the beginning of their journey through graduation, setting them up for further career success.

Top-Ranked Programs

Whether you learn on campus or online, you will receive the same level of academic excellence through our nationally ranked programs.

Innovative Online Learning Tools

Georgia Tech uses the latest learning technology to deliver online courses to students in every area of study.

Student Spotlight

“The PMASE program exceeded my expectations in all regards. Despite being an online program, PMASE was one of the most immersive experiences I could have imagined. The cohort, live sessions, and on-site weeks enabled me to form personal connections with my peers, which helped me continue this journey to its finish.”

Shariq Irfan, Sr. Battery Thermal Engineer, General Motors

*Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice

Prepare for Career Advancement

No matter where you are in your engineering career, consider the benefits of furthering your education at Georgia Tech. Opt in to learn more about this highly ranked program!

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