Five undergraduate offerings – four specialties and the overall B.B.A. – at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business are ranked among the nation’s best in the 2022 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges
School of Accountancy
By the time Isiah Morgan had been in the tax field for more than a decade, he realized he needed to brush up on his technical skills. Through Robinson's Master of Taxation program, he learned the "why" behind the way things are done in the industry.
Despite stereotypes, a career in tax can be exciting, fun, and dare we say sexy.
By examining white papers and case studies, students will gain in-depth experience in topics including data visualization, data wrangling, robotic process automation, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.
When Christy Beers enrolled in Robinson's Master of Professional Accountancy program, she never had heard of the internal audit sector. Now, six years later, she's a vice president and audit manager at Truist.
MPA alumnus Josh Sanders strives to foster inclusivity in PwC's recruiting practices.
German and accounting seem like totally unrelated fields. But Cami Townsend’s mastery of the foreign language gave her a leg up when switching professions.
In class, Wang has completed a bunch of practical assignments like writing tax memos for hypothetical clients and conducting tax research.
Zippia's rankings are based on earning potential, affordability, graduation rates and more.
Each year, faculty from the department nominate student honorees, who are selected by a scholarship committee.