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Alpharetta Campus Programs

Curriculum

The courses are offered in a two-year schedule over four semesters. The 60-hour curriculum comprises both required courses and electives that will allow you to customize your program to your particular area of interest. All courses are three hours and are taught by Robinson’s top-notch faculty.

Schedule and Location

All classes are located at the Alpharetta Campus.

Students also will have access to Robinson’s Career Management Center, which provides undergraduates with a variety of services, resources and events to help them reach their short- and long-term career goals.

Admissions Process

Applicants must submit an online application with the $60 non-refundable application fee and official transcripts from all colleges attended. Once admitted to GSU, students must meet university and college academic regulations as shown in the University Catalog.

Programs

Accounting

The undergraduate accounting program is designed to provide the technical and analytical knowledge and skills needed to become a professional in the accounting field. The primary emphasis of the program is preparation for students who wish to apply for admission to the Master of Professional Accountancy program. In addition, the program is designed to prime students for entry-level positions in business and graduate study in law or other business fields.

2-Year Schedule of Courses

Term 1 Hours Term 2 Hours
ACCT 4210 3 ACCT 4310 3
ACCT 4020 3 ACCT 4112 3
ACCT 4111 3 RCB elective 3
MGS 3400 3 FI 3300 3
BusA 3000 3 RCB elective 3
Total hours 15 Total hours 15

Junior Milestones

  • Meet with academic advisor
  • Apply for graduation
  • Register with Career Services Office
Term 3 Hours Term 4 Hours
ACCT 4510 3 ACCT 4610 3
ACCT 4113 3 BusA 4980 3
MK 3010 3 non-RCB elective 3
MGS 3100 3 non-RCB elective 3
RCB elective 3 non-RCB elective 3
Total hours 15 Total hours 15

Senior Milestones

  • Meet with career advisor
  • Meet with OAA for graduation check-out

Marketing

Marketing is an exciting dynamic process through which customer needs and wants are determined and satisfied through the conception, development, promotion, exchange, and distribution of goods and services. The marketing program provides students with fundamental preparation in general marketing and an understanding of markets and customers, product development, pricing strategies, advertising and promotion, and methods of distribution. The program also develops students’ capacity to solve managerial problems in marketing and prepares men and women to enter careers in the field.

2-Year Schedule of Courses

Term 1 Hours Term 2 Hours
BCOM 3950 3 MGS 3100 3
FI 3300 3 MK 4100 3
MK 3010 3 BusA 3000 3
MGS 3400 3 MK 3900 3
RCB elective 3 RCB elective 3
Total hours 15 Total hours 15

Junior Milestones

  • Meet with academic advisor
  • Apply for graduation
  • Register with Career Services Office
Term 3 Hours Term 4 Hours
MK 4200 3 BusA 4980 3
MK elective 3 MK 4900 3
MK elective 3 MK elective 3
RCB elective 3 3000/4000-level non-RCB elective 3
3000/4000-level non-RCB elective 3 3000/4000-level non-RCB elective 3
Total hours 15 Total hours 15

Senior Milestones

  • Meet with career advisor
  • Meet with OAA for graduation check-out