Leverage your military expertise and experience with professional certificates from a world-renowned institution. Whether you're advancing your military career or looking to transition into civilian life, Georgia Tech Professional Education provides the essential education for in-demand fields.
Our military programs are designed for:
Certificates are available in Supply Chain & Logistics Management, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, and Project Management Professional (PMP), and are available virtually and in-person at the Georgia Tech-Savannah campus.
Credentialing Assistance allows Army active duty, Army National Guard, and Army Reserve soldiers from around the nation to pursue credentials and off-duty training programs that support soldiers' professional development. Certificate programs available for Army credentialing include the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Project Management Professional (PMP). U.S. Army Credentialing Assistance will fund training for Army active duty, Army National Guard, and Reserve soldiers that leads to credentials, licensure, certification, and event recertification, plus books, fees, materials, and exams.
The Veterans Education Training and Transition (VET2) program is among the first of its kind in the country and is a fully-funded military transition program that provides education and job opportunities to help transitioning active duty service members, unemployed veterans, and military spouses translate (in designated regions of the state of Georgia) military values and experience into a civilian career.
The Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE) SkillBridge Program is an exciting opportunity for transitioning service members from all branches of the military to receive training and education at one of the nation’s top universities. The GTPE SkillBridge Program is designed for transitioning service members within 180 days of separation and combines classroom and/or online instruction with internship opportunities in high-demand career opportunities.
Veterans who are currently employed can attend any credentialing program as a military program’s independent student. As an independent student, discharged veterans can take military programs credentialing courses using a credit card or company purchase order. Active duty military personnel from any branch of the military can also take military program courses using the Standard Form (SF) 182 for unit training.