What makes Robinson’s MRM program so special?

No missed connections
Our financial engineering program focused on risk management allows graduates to often go on to work with the banking and financial services industry leaders like Bank of America, Regions, Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta and more. Learn more about the MRM student experience »
We have the special sauce
We are the only program in the country that combines cutting-edge financial modeling with an actuarial curriculum.
Tap into multiple job markets
Robinson offers two dual degrees that allow students to earn a Master of Science in Mathematical Risk Management in addition to either a Master of Science in Analytics or a Master of Actuarial Science. Learn more »

Frontline Feedback

A Mathematical Risk Management faculty member discusses this program’s strengths, particularly its positioning within a business school as opposed to a math department as well as its timely curriculum.

Duration

  • single MRM degree:
    three semesters
  • dual degree:
    four semesters

Format

Full-time or part-time

Tuition

  • Georgia residents: $21,524
  • Non-Ga. residents: $45,794

Location

Downtown Campus

Job Outlook

Students who graduated from the Mathematical Risk Management program in spring 2015 received an average 43.52% salary increase.

Employers include:

  • AIG
  • Beecher Carlson
  • Federal Home Loan Bank
  • Goldman Sachs
  • HSBC
  • KPMG
  • Reliance Trust
  • SunTrust Banks
  • Wells Fargo

Program Highlights

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).