- single MRM degree:
- dual degree:
Full-time or part-time
- Georgia residents: $21,524
- Non-Ga. residents: $45,794
Students who graduated from the Mathematical Risk Management program in spring 2015 received an average 43.52% salary increase.
- Beecher Carlson
- Federal Home Loan Bank
- Goldman Sachs
- Reliance Trust
- SunTrust Banks
- Wells Fargo
- The future of quantitative risk management
- We are at the forefront of the emerging trend of applying mathematics to risk management in broader corporate missions.
- Accreditation is key
- The Master of Science in Mathematical Risk Management is an Accredited University Risk Management Program of the Professional Risk Manager’s International Association (PRMIA).
- Risk Management Foundation Hosts Panel Discussion with Minority Industry LeadersOn Friday, February 24, the Risk Management Foundation at the Robinson College of Business and the Atlanta Association of Insurance Professionals co-hosted “Career Secrets Revealed,” a panel discussion held in conjunction with Black History Month.News
- Finance and Mathematical Risk Management Programs Rise in RankingsThe Master of Science in Finance and Master of Science in Mathematical Risk Management programs offered by the Robinson College of Business have risen in annual rankings issued by TFE Times. Both are now ranked in the top 25 programs in the nation.News
- Change in the PRMIA Accreditation Guidelines for MRM StudentsStudents graduating with an M.S. in mathematical risk management are eligible for exemption from Professional Risk Manager Certification (PRM™) Exams I and II, which form a major part of the certification program by the Professional Risk Managers' International Association (PRMIA).News