Master of Science in Quantitative Risk Analysis and Management
The majority of Master of Science in Quantitative Risk Analysis and Management students complete the program on a full-time basis. However, all required courses are offered after 3:00 p.m. and most after 4:30 p.m. Therefore, it is possible to complete the program without sacrificing significant amounts of time away from the office. In addition, the Robinson College of Business’ Flex MBA program is known nationally as one of the top part-time programs in the United States. Thus, although most Master of Science in Quantitative Risk Analysis and Management students are full-time, it is quite easy to maintain your career and complete the program on a part-time basis.
As a program of national and international stature, the Department of Risk Management & Insurance seeks the best and brightest students from around the world. To ensure success attracting the quality of students we seek, the department offers a number of scholarships that are available to both domestic and international students.
The scholarship program for the Department of Risk Management and Insurance is run independently of both the admissions process and of other scholarship opportunities available from the Robinson College or Georgia State University.
Prospective students are encouraged to seek other scholarship opportunities available from Georgia State University.
Students graduating with an M.S. in Quantitative Risk Analysis and Management are eligible for exemption from Professional Risk Manager Certification (PRM™) Exams I and II, which form a major part of the certification program by the Professional Risk Managers’ International Association (PRMIA). All required courses are now part of the required/core Master of Science in Quantitative Risk Analysis and Management course sequence, so it is no longer necessary to sign up for specific elective courses. The required courses are: FI 8000 (if not waved), MRM 8320, MRM 8600, MRM 8610, MRM 8630, MRM 8640, MSA 8200 and RMI 8370.