The Robinson College of Business is home to more than 20 MBA and master’s programs with the option to choose even more specialized areas of focus. Graduating with an expertise in high-demand areas such as cybersecurity, analytics, risk management, information systems or health administration will prepare you to make a bold career move or land an executive position. Robinson also offers many dual degree programs if you have a passion for more than one area of expertise.
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The Professional MBA is designed for the high-potential manager with at least four years of professional, full-time work experience. This 24-month program is offered at the Buckhead Center and downtown campus.
Flexible MBA (part-time or full-time)
Robinson's nationally ranked MBA program is designed for individuals with work experience who aspire to organizational or entrepreneurial leadership positions. It offers courses in the functional areas of business plus a choice of 20 concentrations and/or majors. It is a structured program that includes core courses, required courses and electives.
Robinson offers an executive program leading to a master's degree: the top-ranked Executive MBA, with a 17-month program of study for a variety of businesspeople from mid-career managers who are seeking advancement to senior executives who want to broaden their expertise in specialized areas.
The specialized master's programs at Robinson provide an incomparable array of choices for in-depth focus on a particular business discipline.
Executive Doctorate Program
A 3-year executive-format program, the Executive Doctorate in Business is for professionals with an advanced business degree; seven or more years experience in management; comprehensive understanding of one or more functional areas of business; and potential to conduct high-performance research.
The doctoral program at Robinson seeks to develop in the student a high level of competence in conducting basic and applied research and in university teaching.