Master of Science in Applied Engineering, M.S.A.E.
Georgia Southern’s Master of Science in Applied Engineering (MSAE) degree prepares individuals for career advancement in consumer, commercial and industrial technology fields. The program is structured to meet business’ need for engineering managers and individual contributors who possess leadership skills along with applications experience in a specialized field. The Master of Science in Applied Engineering study options enable students to design a program of study that meets their individual and professional career goals. Program graduates are prepared to assume leadership positions that contribute to quality, productivity, and competitiveness for their employers.
Master of Science in Applied Engineering with Engineering Management Concentration
Entrepreneurs and managers have a momentous responsibility and a crucial mission. Georgia Southern’s MSAE program emphasizes collective and critical thinking, encourages an open mind to innovation.
Master of Science in Applied Engineering with Information Technology Concentration
This program embraces the ever-changing IT industry, with studies in programming, system and network design, installation and enhancement, Internet implementation, analysis of organization computer and
information needs and personnel.
Master of Science in Applied Engineering with Mechatronics Concentration
An application-oriented approach and a focus on state-of-the-art results prepares graduates for integration of mechanical and electronic functions in modern products, unleashing exponential computing power,
innovative sensing technologies and robust new materials.
Program Contact Information:
Dr. Frank Goforth
Graduate Program Director and Coordinator
Phone: (912) 478-7583
|Regular Admission Requirements|
|1. A Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering, Engineering Technology, or a scientific discipline from an accredited college or university.|
|2. A cumulative grade point average of 2.75 (4.0 scale) on bachelor degree for Master Program; A cumulative grade point average of 2.75 (4.0 scale) on bachelor degree for Certificate Programs.|
|3. A score of no less than 150 (170 scale) or 450 (800 scale) on the Verbal section and 144 (170 scale) or 450 (800 scale) on the Quantitative section of the GRE (Graduate Record Examination)|
If the undergraduate grade point average is higher than 2.75, A student may be granted provisional admission with a minimum of 146 (170 scale) or 400 (800 scale) on the
Verbal section and 141 (170 scale) or 400 (800 scale) on the Quantitative section of the GRE. A recommendation by the School of Technology Graduate Coordinator is necessary.
Applicants who do not meet all admission requirements may be granted provisional admission or non-degree admission.
|Priority Deadline||March 1||October 1|
|Final Deadline||July 31||November 15||May 1|