Why We're Different

Georgia Tech Degree: Respected, Valued Globally

You will earn a Georgia Tech master's degree, upon completion of the Professional Master’s Degree in Applied Systems Engineering.

Georgia Tech’s high rankings reflect the academic prestige long associated with the Institute’s tradition of academic rigor.

  • No. 7 public university in the country
  • No. 6 graduate engineering college in the country
  • No. 5 in engineering master’s degrees awarded to all minority students
  • 11 graduate engineering programs ranked in the top 10

Source: U.S. News & World Report, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Georgia Tech offers an innovative intellectual environment with nearly 1,000 full-time instructional faculty and more than 21,500 undergraduate and graduate students. The 100,000-strong alumni network is a supportive group for any Georgia Tech graduate.

Flexible, Hybrid Format

You can pursue a master's degree without interrupting your career. The PMASE program offers the convenience of distance learning and a team-based approach to learning.

The hybrid format means you won’t sacrifice interaction with industry experts and researchers who serve as our faculty, as well as your peers, building meaningful and long-lasting connections throughout your career.