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Georgia State University - J. Mack Robinson College of Business Master of Science in Finance
Georgia State University - J. Mack Robinson College of Business

Master of Science in Finance

Atlanta, USA

3 Semesters


Part time

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USD 43,500 / per course *


* Non-Georgia residents: $43,500/Georgia residents: $37,500


Robinson’s M.S. in Finance is a forward-looking program focusing on corporate finance, financial data analytics and fintech.

Through an innovative STEM-designated program, you will gain in-depth knowledge in corporate finance, valuation, and investment banking with fintech applications. You’ll also have the option to earn a fintech certificate with studio innovation experience.

Tackle Experiential Assignments

As part of Robinson’s FinTech Lab, you will collaborate with faculty and corporate partners to find solutions to complex problems using data analytics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and blockchain tools.

Examples of past experiential projects include:

  • Corporate lending: issue and maintain syndicated loans involving multiple banks on a blockchain
  • Crowd financing: raise and manage funds for startups through a blockchain
  • Prediction in financial markets: apply A.I. and machine learning tools to model and predict asset values and returns
  • Unstructured data in business: use machine learning to understand unstructured data such as texts and images, and help with business and investment decisions
  • Peer-to-peer insurance: build decentralized insurance solutions based on smart contracts
  • Real estate transactions: streamline various steps of real estate transactions on a blockchain
  • Digital assets: explore ownership, monetization, and transfer of assets on blockchains

Through our Bloomberg Service Terminals, you will monitor and analyze real-time financial market data. Through the Wharton Data Research Services database, you will access comprehensive data from public companies.

Get Face Time with Industry Leaders

  • Take a unique financial leadership course taught by a two-time Fortune 500 CFO who also provides one-on-one mentoring.
  • Attend frequent guest speaker series, leadership symposia, and networking events.
  • Connect with program alumni through networking and professional development events.
  • Interact with members of Robinson’s CFO Council.
  • Compete in case competitions, judged by finance professionals.




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