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
This degree is focused and specialized in opportunities beyond the BS in Manufacturing Engineering degree with students selecting coursework in advanced manufacturing areas of robotics, additive manufacturing, automation, materials processing, nanomanufacturing, materials characterization, lean manufacturing, production control, quality, safety, and ergonomics among others. The MSAE with specialization in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering degree prepares manufacturing engineers to accept greater project responsibility with more in-depth knowledge, while advancing more quickly in their careers.
Engineering Management 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.
Last updated: 7/9/2021