People, projects and processes
Our curriculum ensures that future managers can confidently hire the right people as well as develop their skills and motivate them to succeed. They will also be able to efficiently and effectively manage workflow while understanding the processes inside and outside their organization and be able to organize, manage and execute large and small projects.
Your chosen path
Based on their career goals, students can concentrate in talent management, which focuses on talent acquisition and development as well as organizational change, or supply chain and analytics management, which focuses on logistics and supply chains as well as data management.
Affiliated academic champions
The Beebe Institute of Personnel and Employment Relations, the Herman J. Russell, Sr. International Center for Entrepreneurship and the Society of Human Resource Management are just a few of the units on campus dedicated to advancing the scholarship, research and service of Robinson students and faculty. Students can access the industry activities and networking events hosted by these groups.
M.S. in Managerial Sciences students are recruited by a wide of range of leading organizations.
- IPSOS MMA
- Just Energy
- Georgia State University Library
Atlanta is home to start-ups, corporate headquarters, non-profit organizations and government entities – all looking for quality managers.
Our faculty possesses business experience and has published in prestigious journals.
Individual career coaching
Students receive coaching on career development, salary negotiation and interviewing.
- Georgia residents: $37,500
- Non-Ga. residents: $42,500