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Hear from Students and Employers about the PMASE Program
Scott D. King
"I was drawn to PMASE because of the "real-world" curriculum, the blended format, and Georgia Tech's reputation for excellence. I've already been able to apply knowledge learned in class to my current projects at Home Depot. Since most course material is delivered online, I don't miss a beat—even when I'm traveling."
- Scott D. King, Industrial and Systems Engineer, Home Depot
John J. Young, Jr.
"The application of systems engineering has become increasingly important to the U.S. Department of Defense, independent groups, and Congress. As the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics, I saw many instances in which the application of fundamental systems engineering practices could have saved money for taxpayers and delivered new or improved capabilities to our men and women in uniform sooner."
- John J. Young, Jr., Former Undersecretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics); Consultant to the Georgia Tech Research Institute
Dr. Stephen E. Cross
"Graduates will be proficient not only in the methods and practices of systems engineering, but they will also be aware of the upcoming research results that will shape the discipline in the future. This will make them both more capable engineers and more valuable to the agencies or corporations where they work."
- Dr. Stephen E. Cross, Executive Vice President for Research at Georgia Institute of Technology