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Systems Engineering


Georgia Tech Professional Education’s dynamic programs in systems engineering are designed for professionals interested in exploring system techniques with immediate impact in the workplace.

Our systems engineering courses, certificates and master’s degree program are designed for chief engineers, directors of engineering, program managers, project managers, engineers and other professionals seeking to gain a practical toolkit for managing and completing projects.

Gain access to the invaluable expertise of Georgia Tech faculty and the Georgia Tech Research Institute’s (GTRI) researchers and practicing engineers.

Professional Master’s Degree

Breaking new ground is our Professional Master’s in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE). This hybrid format master’s degree combines face-to-face instruction with distance learning and peer interaction – enabling you to learn while maintaining a full-time career.
The unique, “systems-thinking” approach can be applied to any industry relying on complex systems including defense, manufacturing, logistics, consumer packaged goods, technology, health care, industrial and infrastructure. In just two short years, you’ll earn an advanced degree from one of the country’s top five engineering and research institutions.

Courses and Certificates for Continuing & Professional Education

If you want to try our systems engineering education before tackling the master’s program, enroll in one of Georgia Tech Professional Education’s numerous short courses. Sharpen your skills in classes that last from 1-5 days and immediately apply what you learn on the job.

If a degree isn’t in the plans, enroll in a series of short, short courses to get your Georgia Tech Professional Education Certificate in Systems Engineering or your Advanced Systems Engineering.