The RCB undergraduate program is recognized in the top 15 percent of undergraduate programs nationwide. The finance curriculum is designed to provide an understanding of the problems and methods of financial operations in both nonfinancial and financial businesses.
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The MBA in Finance curriculum provides students with an excellent knowledge and understanding of the foundational paradigms of finance, the principles and practice of financial management, and the present state and ongoing evolution occurring within global capital markets. Emphasized within the program is the development of theoretical, analytical and technical skills necessary to examine financial scenarios, to formulate alternative strategies, and to implement value-maximizing solutions. Together, we provide the necessary skills and knowledge base that will enable you to successfully pursue many career opportunities in today’s rapidly changing global economy.
In addition to our highly acclaimed part-time MBA, the Department of Finance is pleased to offer a specialized master of science in finance. The MS-Finance program is designed for mid-career professionals, international students, and managers working in the broad area of global financial management.
Robinson offers a one-year Fast-Track Master of Science in Finance with a specialization in corporate finance, the only program of its kind in Atlanta. The Fast-Track MS in Finance provides students with strong analytical and application skills as well as broad market knowledge and financial management acumen.
The Department of Finance has a large faculty and offers a doctoral student specialization, training, and guidance in a wide variety of areas of finance. Areas of faculty research and expertise include corporate finance (including capital structure, corporate governance, incentive compensation, mergers and acquisitions etc.), investments (including theoretical and empirical asset pricing, derivatives and microstructure), financial intermediation (including banking and theories of intermediation), international finance and regulated industry finance.