Matan chose the Robinson College of Business for his graduate studies because he wanted to sharpen his coding skills and learn in-depth modeling, machine learning and predictive analysis, all while being close to big businesses located in Atlanta.
Master of Science in Analytics
ATLANTA–Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business is introducing a graduate mentoring program this spring to help MBA and master’s students maximize their graduate program experience, refine their professional goals and build relationships with seasoned industry professionals.
As a lead incident manager for The Coca-Cola Company’s North America business unit in the Research and Development and Technical Governance Department, Gwinn is part of the team responsible for quality and food safety governance and crisis resolution events in the supply chain.
Kristen Biskobing, Master of Science in Analytics ’17, put herself in the right place at the right time.
Mathematical Foundations for Analytics is now being offered for individuals who need to expand their knowledge in calculus and linear algebra to pursue careers in analytics, risk management or actuarial science.
On February 24, the Career Advancement Center at the Robinson College of Business hosted the TAG Information Technology and Data Analytics Career Fair.
In March, the Institute for Insight hosted Data Science Atlanta at the Buckhead Center.
Starr Companies, a global insurance and investment organization, and SunTrust Banks Inc., a national financial services company, have become the inaugural business partners for Robinson’s Institute for Insight.
Robinson will launch two dual degree programs in fall 2016: a joint M.S. in Analytics and Master of Actuarial Science program; and a joint M.S. in Analytics and M.S. in Mathematical Risk Management program. Although each individual degree is a three-semester program, the dual degree programs extend coursework by only one semester.