graduate information systems program in the nation (#9 among public universities)
U.S. News & World Report, 2022
undergraduate information systems program in the nation (#6 among public universities)
U.S. News & World Report, 2021
#2 in North America and #3 in the world for publications in MIS Quarterly from 2018-2020
AIS Research Rankings
The cybersecurity concentration from our M.S. in Information Systems program holds a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Research and Education designation from the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security.
*2020 master's program outcomes
The Department of Computer Information Systems hosts the annual CIO Executive Summit, a leadership and networking conference for information technology (IT) executives that attracts nearly 200 CIOs from around the Southeast. The department also hosts the annual CISO Executive Summit, bringing together IT security executives to share challenges as well as best practices and successes.
Since 1997, the department has housed the Association for Information Systems, the leading society for industry academics, as well as the International Conference on Information Systems, the premier information systems research conference in the world.
The Center for Digital Innovation conducts research that leverages digital innovation to create value by solving business and societal problems.
The Center for Research in Information Systems is dedicated to undertaking research that helps organizations use information systems more effectively.
The Center for Research in Information Security and Privacy is dedicated to research that seeks to understand and help shape the complex development, use and social effects of emerging cybersecurity technologies and policies.
Georgia State has invested in internationally recognized areas of research with national significance. Due to the unique challenges of the healthcare sector and tremendous opportunities for innovation and advancement through technology, health information technology is one of those key areas.
Every year the Robinson College of Business hosts multiple research workshops across broad academic areas that provide a forum for faculty, Ph.D. students and invited guests to present, discuss and debate new cutting-edge research.