How does Robinson's Master of Science in Finance differ from other graduate programs offered in the region?
Robinson is the only college that offers an integrated Master of Science in Finance program with three specializations (corporate finance, global capital markets/financial services, and asset/wealth management). The program also includes leadership training, experiential learning components, and co-curricular activities. Students will interact with members of the Department of Finance's Financial Leadership Network and CFO Council on a regular basis.
Yes, many of our students work full-time while enrolled in the program. Our classes are held in the evening so as not to interfere with the work day.
We prefer to see test scores with the application, but some test waivers are available to students with advanced education (master's or doctorate degrees) and/or financial designations/certifications. Each case is different. Please submit all test waiver requests as an addendum to your online application.
Yes, an early application showing a high GPA and GMAT/GRE scores will improve your chances of being awarded a scholarship.
No, we accept students with degrees in all disciplines; however, students must demonstrate quantitative ability. In addition, students may be asked to complete online courses before enrollment.
Students have to complete an internship. This typically will be a field study project in finance at an approved site (on or off campus). For students currently employed in the finance field, the field study may consist of a project within the student's scope of employment as approved by the Department of Finance.
No, there is no experience requirement to enroll.
Yes, we have a formal mentorship program with senior financial leaders from the Metro Atlanta area.