What makes Robinson’s Master of Science in Marketing so special?

You are the expert
In addition to the Master of Science in Marketing degree, students earn a Graduate Certificate of Specialization in Brand & Customer Management, signaling to firms their expertise in those important aspects of the field.
Companies in the classroom
Students work on projects based on issues that guest speakers from leading firms present. Other projects include case studies, rigorous quantitative exercises, and exposure to other real-world problems to ensure students’ preparation for a fast-paced workplace.
Cutting-edge curriculum
Our curriculum covers a range of topics, from buyer behavior to international marketing, from customer relationship management to digital/social media marketing and strategic marketing actions. All topics are based on current marketplace techniques and approaches. Learn more about the Master of Science in Marketing student experience »

Frontline Feedback

Associate Professor Denish Shah, director of the M.S. in Marketing, as well as four program alumni discuss how the degree prepares graduates for any complex problems they might face in the real world.

How to Apply

This program will be offered again in fall 2018, and the application will be available in October 2017. To pre-qualify, email your resume and transcripts to Zelda Ray »


One year




  • Georgia residents: $37,500
  • Non-Ga. residents: $42,500


Buckhead Center

Job Outlook

Our spring 2015 graduates received an average 50% salary increase.

Some recent employers include:

  • Georgia-Pacific
  • SunTrust Banks
  • CNN
  • UPS
  • Lexus
  • The Home Depot
  • Edelman
  • Primerica
  • Green Gate Marketing
  • Victoria’s Secret

Program Highlights

Cohort connection
The cohort format encourages students to form substantial life-long relationships.
Benefit of the city
As the hub of business in the Southeast, Atlanta offers close proximity to firms, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.
VIP student treatment
Perks include complimentary parking, career advancement services and access to the world-class Buckhead Center.
  • “I Quit!” Predicting When and Why Employees QuitRather than working employees to the point of burnout and seeing them leave, retaining employees can save companies millions of dollars, research shows. Quitting employees represent great costs to the firm, particularly in recruitment and training. Managers need to predict, “Which of my employees is likely to quit? And why?”
  • Alok Saboo Makes “Best 40 Under 40” MBA Faculty ListPoets & Quants has named Alok R. Saboo, assistant professor of marketing and assistant director of the Center for Excellence in Brand & Customer Management, to its annual “Best 40 Under 40 Professors” list.

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