Beginning in January 2021, Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business will admit new students to three stand-alone graduate certificate programs that address current and emerging market demand for innovation.
Master of Science in Analytics
Robinson welcomed 862 new graduate students this fall, a 78 percent increase over 2019’s incoming class of 484 students. They are enrolled in 14 degree programs.
Samantha Jones worked for a small digital marketing agency that focuses on Atlanta-based businesses, and can’t wait to partner with more local companies on Insight Sprints.
M.S. in Data Science & Analytics student Melika Massoumian recently opened an automobile business with her husband. Despite the pandemic, they have managed to survive.
As a main developer on a project for the Fed, Mia Dantas used SAS to query every single line of business data throughout the bank’s systems to make sure all loans and deposits were recorded.
The part-time MBA at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business jumped to 28th overall (up 20 spots) and 16th among programs at public universities in rankings released March 17 by U.S. News & World Report.
Yi Yang analyzed text from healthcare review sites in order to make improvement suggestions to an Atlanta-area hospital.
Jayla Grant spent an entire semester cleaning FINRA documents and plans to build a model to predict mediation outcomes.
For many graduate students at the Robinson College of Business, a critical step in their decision process was attending a Road to Robinson event. Check out what four students have to say about their experience.
Four specialized master’s programs offered by Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business are among the nation’s best in new graduate rankings from TFE Times (formerly The Financial Engineer). Two programs rose in the rankings; two are on the list for the first time.