Georgia Southern University’s Master of Science in Applied Engineering (MSAE) is designed to give students the hands-on experience they’ll need to be problem-solvers and leaders in consumer, commercial and industrial engineering fields.
Our applied engineering program works closely with area industry, helping them solve a wide range of engineering problems, and giving our students a real-world classroom in which to learn their skills. In addition, our students regularly join our world-class professors in leading-edge research in our state-of-the-art laboratories.
Students in our applied engineering program have several study options to choose from:
Civil Engineering and Construction Concentration
Electrical and Electronic Systems Concentration
Energy Science Degree Concentration
Engineering Management Degree Concentration
Information Technology Degree Concentration
Mechanical Engineering Degree Concentration
Mechatronics Degree Concentration
Graduate Certificate in Engineering and Manufacturing Management
Graduate Certificate in Occupational Safety and Environmental Compliance
To learn more about our study options, visit our MSAE concentrations page. To learn more about our applied engineering degree and courses, explore our program brochure.
Why Applied Engineering?
Applied Engineers are problem-solvers, and their technical expertise and leadership skills are essential in all industries. The need is rising for technically competent engineers who can provide solutions to a wide range of businesses and applications, and businesses are paying applied engineers an average salary between $70,000 and $90,000 per year.
As an applied engineer, you can use your skills in a variety of industries, including:
Software development and support
Research and Development
Computer integrated manufacturing
Telecommunications and wireless systems development