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Alsim Presents to Georgia Tech on Simulation in Flight Training

Aviation Pros: ALSIM was invited to present at an online seminar for Georgia Tech’s Professional Master’s Degree in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE). The seminar took place on Friday and Saturday January 26-27, 2018.

Reach for the Stars in 2018

Resources that Help Georgia Vets

Turning in your weapon, taking off the uniform, and returning to civilian life is one of the most significant challenges a veteran faces after years of service. An article published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution highlights 24 state-wide agencies and resources for Georgia veterans, and among those is Georgia Tech's Veterans Education Training

Master’s Class Act: AT&T and Accenture - Global companies with strong local presence support newest online master’s program

Two of the biggest brands in digital technology, AT&T and Accenture, have each announced a $1 million contribution to support Georgia Tech’s new online master’s degree in analytics (OMS Analytics). The contributions will support growth of the program, which began in August with nearly 300 students and is expected to scale over time.

To Flip or Not To Flip?

Inside Higher Ed: A Harvard professor no longer thinks students benefit from skipping lectures for his rigorous course. Experts weigh in on what his decision says about the flipped classroom and other alternative learning approaches.

Georgia Tech’s Professional Master’s in Manufacturing Leadership Inaugural Cohort Graduates

ATLANTA – September 21, 2017 - Georgia Tech Professional Education, in partnership with the College of Engineering and the Renewable Bioproducts Institute (RBI), announces the first graduating cohort for the Professional Master’s in Manufacturing Leadership (PMML) degree.

Georgia Tech Celebrates 40 Years of Learning at a Distance

Online learning at Georgia Tech is thriving, and the Institute continues to be a leader in high-quality, affordable, and accessible online education. In the 2017 financial year, total enrollment for traditional online programs reached 6,851 and included students from nine online Master of Science programs, two Professional Masters programs, the Summer Online Undergraduate Program (SOUP), and the High School Math program. To date, Georgia Tech’s total MOOC enrollments have exceeded 2.7 million with more than 70 MOOCs being offered on three platforms.

The Changing Landscape of Post-Secondary Education

As workforce and learner needs change, so does the nature of post-secondary education. Normally associated with serving traditional students aged 18 to 24, universities are now expanding their focus to serve adult learners who seek to develop new skills and knowledge to advance their careers and to remain competitive in a challenging employment market.

Behind the Scenes with GTPE’s Learning Design Team

In January this year, the Georgia Institute of Technology announced its second at-scale degree, the Online Master of Science in Analytics (OMS Analytics), offered in collaboration with edX, a leading non-profit MOOC provider. This degree follows the Institute’s groundbreaking Online Master of Science in Computer Science (OMS CS), which made world headlines in 2013.

Ga. Tech program looks to help integrate vets into workforce

Coastal Courier: Panel discussion slated for Sept. 14 in Savannah

Several Savannah business and military leaders – including Col. Jason Wolter, Garrison Commander of Fort Stewart; Mike Tucker, director of Coastal Workforce Board; Brad Patterson, HR manager of Comcast; and a recently-transitioned service member from Fort Stewart/HAAF – will address Georgia Tech-Savannah’s “Learners and Leaders” series at 7:30 a.m. Sept. 14.