Our specialized master’s programs are designed for students who have an undergraduate degree (it does not have to be a business degree), and wish to study a discipline in greater depth. We offer these programs in two formats: a flexible format that allows full or part-time students to earn their master’s at their own pace (up to five years); and an accelerated, one-year format [...]
The college’s annual Business Hall of Fame, sponsored by the college’s Board of Advisors, is the highest recognition given by the college to distinguished business leaders for their efforts in advancing the principles of the [...]
Robinson’s undergraduate program has risen to No. 45 (up two spots) in the 2015 edition of U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges. Among programs at public universities, the Robinson B.B.A. advanced to No. 28 (up seven spots).
Mixed consumer spending patterns are flummoxing retailers, car dealers, economists and policymakers who make plans and projections based on their behavior, according to Rajeev Dhawan of Robinson’s Economic Forecasting Center.
Using the popular footwear brand TOMS – which donates a pair of shoes for each pair purchased (more than 10 million thus far) – as a jumping off point, the briefing will address struggles and successes of well-meaning efforts on the African continent.
Helene D. Gayle, president and CEO of the poverty-fighting organization CARE USA, and Muhtar Kent, chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company, will be inducted into the Business Hall of Fame on September 18.
Georgia State has signed a Program Specific Agreement (PSA) with the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) in Beijing, China, signifying a deepened collaboration with one of China’s most prestigious institutions.
The World Affairs Council of Atlanta has selected Ambassador Charles Shapiro as its new president. The council’s board of directors, in collaboration with Georgia State University, conducted an international search the fill this role.