Understanding and Navigating Risk
Named a Center of Actuarial Excellence by the Society of Actuaries in December 2009.
Undergraduate program ranked 4th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for 2023.
M.S. in Quantitative Risk Analysis & Management ranked 5th among public programs and 14th overall by TFE Times in 2022.
Ranked #1 in North America for research productivity in actuarial science by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Supported by the Georgia State Risk Management Foundation with an endowment of more than $15 million and overseen by a board of 30 leading industry executives.
Explore Our Academic Offerings
We integrate InsurTech and other pioneering tools into our programs, emphasizing new technology’s role in changing the pricing, process, and products in insurance markets.
Actuarial Science, B.B.A.
Risk Management & Insurance , B.B.A.
Actuarial Science, Graduate Certificate
Actuarial Science, Master of
Quantitative Risk Analysis & Management, M.S.
Risk Management & Insurance Concentration, Ph.D. in Business Administration
Meet Our Faculty
Students consistently rank our faculty among Robinson’s highest in teaching effectiveness and top five in the Georgia State University Freshman Learning Community.
Our faculty are renowned as the best in their fields for research and thought leadership. Their expertise is often sought by media, other academicians, and public and private organizations. Several of our faculty have been called upon to provide expert testimony before members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
Received 37 awards for research from 1999-2016
Make more than 40 research presentations annually to a broad range of audiences worldwide
Publish 30 or more articles annually in many of the top academic and practitioner journals
Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk
The Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk (CEAR) seeks to encourage dialogue between researchers and policy makers across the interdisciplinary area of risk. The topic of risk spans academic disciplines such as economics, finance, accounting, risk management and insurance, engineering, operations research, psychology, and even public health departments.
The tools and applications used across these sectors often different markedly. By fostering two-way communication between academics and practitioners, CEAR fosters rigorous debate over those differences, ultimately playing a key role in risk policy.