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Study Options in the M.S. in Applied Engineering

When choosing your engineering graduate program, you need options that will move you forward. Explore the types of engineering degrees you could receive through Georgia Southern University’s Master of Science in Applied Engineering (MSAE) concentrations:

Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Concentration

 

 

Engineering Management Degree Concentration

The engineering workforce fills the present and future needs of our society through the development and introduction of new products. Entrepreneurs and managers have a momentous responsibility and a crucial mission within this process. Georgia Southern’s MSAE program emphasis on collective and critical thinking in the Engineering Management concentration encourages an open mind to innovation.

Engineering Management Curriculum >>

 

Graduate Certificate in Engineering & Manufacturing Management

Engineering & Manufacturing Managers coordinate the entire range of production factors, adapting scientific and practical approaches in order to create favorable conditions for the profitable development of the country`s industrial activities. Georgia Southern’s graduate certificate in Engineering & Manufacturing Management provides a scientific and rational approach to the relevant issues with courses in management and various technological arenas.

Engineering & Manufacturing Management Certificate >>

 

Graduate Certificate in Occupational Safety & Environmental Compliance

Occupational Safety experts assess exposure to, evaluate the consequences of, and institute techniques for control of occupational hazards. Environmental Compliance experts perform and maintain industrial hygiene, safety engineering, environmental sanitation, fire protection and/or radiological health. Georgia Southern’s graduate certificate in Occupational Safety & Environmental Compliance helps students explore solutions to a variety of current issues.

Occupational Safety & Environmental Compliance Certificate >>

Last updated: 9/10/2018