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Robinson will launch two dual degree programs in fall 2016: a joint M.S. in Analytics and Master of Actuarial Science program; and a joint M.S. in Analytics and M.S. in Mathematical Risk Management program. Although each individual degree is a three-semester program, the dual degree programs extend coursework by only one semester.
A team of four undergraduates representing Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business advanced to the semifinal round at the National Diversity Case Competition held recently at Indiana University.
The faculty of the Department of Real Estate are No. 3 worldwide for scholarly productivity in their discipline, according to new rankings published in the Journal of Real Estate Literature. Robinson’s program is the highest ranked in the state of Georgia.
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The past 28 months have been the most stressful and exhilarating period of my professional and personal life.
Product names attract consumers, especially in the craft beer market, says assistant professor Cameron Verhaal. However, what microbrewery enthusiasts expect from their beer expands far beyond clever names and even tasty flavors.
Leaders gravitate to the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. Many come to expand their leadership opportunities; some come to mentor, others to be involved in their alma mater, and a few to leave a legacy.