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.
Prospanica: the Association of Hispanic Professionals, and the Atlanta chapter of the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) both recognized Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business with 2017 awards for its commitment to preparing diverse students for future success.
Professional MBA students competed to take a start-up business — owned by an alum — to the next level.
In an acclaimed new book, alumnus Phillip Barlag (MBA ’13) reveals Julius Caesar as a leader of exceptional genius whose approach was surprisingly modern and extraordinarily effective.
The Robinson College of Business is home to the UGA Small Business Development Center at Georgia State University — part of a statewide organization providing tools, training and resources to help small businesses in Georgia grow and succeed.
Robinson will introduce this fall a redesigned program for its flagship part-time MBA, including a new curriculum and experiences that emphasize the development of business acumen and data-driven analytical skills to anticipate the needs of consumers, firms and societies, as well as skills needed to interact with others and drive change.
In new rankings from U.S. News & World Report, the part-time MBA at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business is No. 44 overall and No. 19 among public university programs. The rankings were released today in the publication’s “Best Graduate Schools 2016” edition.