|The Department of Managerial Sciences at Georgia State University is one of the largest and most diverse in the United States. We offer majors/concentrations in the BBA, MBA, MS and Ph.D. degrees. We house a number of different academic areas.
The Department of Managerial Sciences is closely affiliated with both the W. T. Beebe Institute of Personnel and Employment Relations and the Herman J. Russell, Sr. International Center for Entrepreneurship.
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Irene Duhaime named a Fellow of the Strategic Management Society
|Professor of managerial sciences and senior associate dean in the college, Irene Duhaime has recently been named a fellow of the Strategic Management Society (SMS). As a Fellow of SMS, Duhaime joins an elite group of educators - just 54 in the world - whom the organization has recognized for significant contributions to the theory and practice of strategic management. The society consists of 2,600 members representing a wide range of backgrounds and perspectives from more than 60 different countries. Learn more »
Why pursue a degree in managerial sciences at Georgia State University?
As we move toward a more complex and global business environment, managers, consultants and entrepreneurs must be able to communicate successfully, think creatively, and adapt to the uncertainties of business fluctuations and transformations. Robinson's Managerial Sciences programs provide students with the skills to meet these challenges. Learn more about our programs »
In the News
Be proactive about transferring knowledge
Atlanta Business Chronicle - November 25, 2011
Sub Samaddar of the Department of Managerial Sciences said knowledge management and transfer became a big issue in the mid-90s. “It was then that people started to understand that knowledge is no longer free goods,” he said. “It has to be managed like any other asset. I have been doing some work in terms of data mining for a number of years to determine how do we capture and qualify knowledge in recipes and rules and keep it for use by others.” Read the article »
Motivation for lifestyle changes
Atlanta Journal-Constitution - November 24, 2011
Deborah Butler of the Department of Managerial Sciences advises employers to "manage situations rather than people" by making the environment in which people work more conducive to healthier habits. That includes steps such as offering healthier foods in company cafeterias and providing information or classes on weight loss. Read the article »