Three undergraduate specialties offered by Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business are ranked as national top-10 programs, according to the 2021 Best Colleges edition released this week by U.S. News & World Report.
Department of Computer Information Systems
M.S. in Information Systems student Kimberly Fleuridor works as a billing systems analyst for Comcast, and understands the flow of processes throughout an entire organization.
Incoming M.S. in Information Systems student Lishi Yang spent 15 days hitchhiking from Sichuan, Chengdu to Tibet, Lhasa with only a backpack.
Andrew Burton-Jones says he felt like a kid in a candy shop at Robinson because there are so many famous professors to work with and learn from.
Ana Contreras-Rodriguez is a senior financial examiner at the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance. She reviews many processes and procedures for fintech companies, and understands why and how these systems are put into place.
As part of an internship, Phillip Jones developed a K-12 STEM curriculum for City of East Point summer camps.
The City of East Point has received a 2020 Technology Innovation Showcase award from the Georgia Technology Authority. The city spent more than two years implementing cybersecurity processes recommended by a group of Robinson undergraduate students in 2018. The recognition is a culmination of those efforts.
The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have designated Georgia State University as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Research and a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education through 2025.
Incoming M.S. in Information Systems student Jessica Allen has been interning with Fulton County Government over the past year and can provide insight into government systems and technologies.
Leon Chen, a new M.S. in Information Systems student, brings a decade of finance industry expertise to the table.