The Department of Finance of the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University is noted both for its faculty’s outstanding teaching, research and business experience and for its diverse course offerings ranging from corporate strategy and asset management to international banking and financial derivatives.
The department is home to the CFO Council of GSU, whose goal is to aid the Robinson College of Business in carrying out its vision of becoming the leading college in financial education and professional development for undergraduate and graduate students and business executives.
M.S. in Finance Receives Top Ranking
The Financial Engineer has named Robinson’s master of science finance program as No. 24 in the nation, a rise of 15 spots on the list. In all, 95 programs were evaluated. The ranking is based on six criteria relevant to student quality and placement outcomes.Read the press release