MSEE Available on Armstrong, Liberty Campuses and VECTR Center in Warner Robins
Georgia Southern University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is now offering the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) program on the Armstrong and Liberty campuses and to the new off-campus location, the Georgia Veterans Education Career Transition Resource (VECTR) Center in Warner Robins, Georgia, providing an opportunity for engineers at Robins AFB, and the greater Macon area, the greater Savannah area and greater Hinesville/Ft. Stewart area to earn an advanced degree to get ready to make an immediate impact on their employers and their careers.
The GS Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, with both thesis and non-thesis options, is offered in a hybrid format — which includes virtual face-to-face and online courses. Three or more courses are offered each semester, with core courses offered on a one-year rotation, enabling students to complete the program in two years or less. The degree program is open to the public and is now admitting applicants for both fall and spring 2021 semesters.
Apply to enroll for Spring 2021 prior to the November 15, 2020 deadline at the Jack N. Averitt College of Graduate Studies Office of Graduate Admissions at cogs.georgiasouthern.edu/admission. Applicants for the VECTR Center are eligible for an application fee waiver. To request a fee waiver and for more information, contact: Dr. Sungkyun Lim, MSEE Graduate Program Director, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application deadline for Spring 2021 is November 15, 2020. The application deadline for Fall 2021 is July 1, 2021. Employers wishing to house in an off-campus location should contact Dr. Reinhold Gerbsch, Director of Industrial Relations, email@example.com.
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