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  • Avg. SAT Score
    1063
  • Annual Tuition (in-state excl. fees)
    $7,800
    $ $ $ $ $
  • Program Enrollment
    4,632
  • Program Length
    Four Year
Contact Information
35 Broad Street
Atlanta, Georgia 30302, United States
Website

About Robinson College of Business

The largest business school in the South and the sixth largest in the nation, Georgia State University's J. Mack Robinson College of Business has 200 faculty, 8,000 students from 88 countries, 80,000 alumni, and programs on five continents. Robinson’s broad range of offerings provide real-world experiences, quality instruction by top faculty and peer interaction. According to an analysis of Standard & Poor’s data, the Robinson College of Business and Georgia State University have produced more top Georgia executives with graduate degrees than any other school in the Southeast.

Quick Stats

  • School Status
    Public
  • Accreditation
    AACSB Accredited
  • B-School Founded
    1955

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About Georgia State University

Admissions

Admissions Selectivity
Georgia State University 59% Average Across All Schools

Most Important Admissions Factors
  1. High school GPA
  2. SAT/ACT scores
University Admissions
  • Min. SAT 900
  • Min. ACT 19
  • Min. GPA 2.80
B-School Admissions
  • Min. SAT
  • Min. ACT
  • Min. GPA
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Total Applications
  • Applied
  • Accepted
  • Accepted Apps Enrolled
0% 0.0
Demographics of Applicants
  • Male Applicants
  • Female Applicants
  • International Applicants
  • U.S. Applicants
Required Tests
  • SAT or ACT
  • Are Interviews Required? Not offered
Additional Requirements:

Transfer students must submit transcripts from all institutions attended. Proof of English proficiency is required if English is not the first language. See http://www.gsu.edu/admissions/international.html for more details.

Total Applications to Program
  • Applied
  • Accepted
  • Accepted Apps Enrolled
0% 0.0
Program Requirements
  • Admissions managed by Business Program
  • Are interviews required? Not offered
Required Tests

Transfer Requirements
  • How internal transfers are handled Other
  • Min college GPA for transfers
  • Other transfer requirements
Freshman Requirements
  • Freshman admissions No
  • Percent of admitted applicants who are freshmen
  • Min GPA required in pre-business courses? Yes
  • How freshmen are admitted
Other requirements for freshmen

Careers

More Information
Job Offers Received and Accepted
  • This School
  • All Schools
By Graduation
0%
0%
0%
0%
After graduation, but within 3 months
0%
0%
0%
0%
More than 3 Months after graduation
0%
0%
0%
0%
Graduates seeking full-time employment
Graduates not seeking employment
Salaries and Percentages of Job Accepting Graduates
Area Grads Accepting Jobs Avg. Salary 10k 50k 100k 150k 190k
Area Grads Accepting Jobs Avg. Salary 10k 50k 100k 150k 190k
Area Grads Accepting Jobs Avg. Salary 10k 50k 100k 150k 190k
Salaries for Most Recent Graduates
Internship Employers / Interns Hired
Internship Services
  • Companies that recruit interns on campus
  • Companies that posted internships on school message board
  • Average intern length in weeks
  • Percentage of internships that are paid
Career Services
  • Number of companies that recruited students on campus
  • Number of companies that posted full-time jobs on school message boards
Other activities and career services provided to undergraduate business students:
Every undergraduate business major must attend a mandatory Business Communications Lab taught by the Robinson Career Management Center (CMC). This lab includes topics on interview skills, resume writing, career search strategies, networking, etc. Students are also required to attend a career-related event hosted by CMC. Events hosted by CMC and partnered with employers include mock interviews, resume reviews, professional development sessions, EXPO prep workshops, and EXPO.

Cost

Resident
$ $ $ $ $
$9,928
Total Yearly Cost
  • Tuition $7,800
  • Fees $2,128
Non-Resident
$ $ $ $ $
$28,138
Total Yearly Cost
  • Tuition $26,010
  • Fees $2,128
Basis for Grants or Scholarships
  • Need
  • Merit
More Information
Financial Aid
  • Financial Aid Management No
  • Website http://www.gsu.edu/financialaid/
Scholarships
Loans
  • Loan Guarantee Policy No
  • Max Loan Guarantee Per Year

Academics

Average Class Size
  • Robinson College of Business
  • All Schools
Core Business Classes
52% 48
50% 46
Elective Business Classes
52% 30
50% 29
Required Classes with a Waiting List
Robinson College of Business 13 Average Across All Schools

* On the First Day of Enrollment
Top Areas of Study
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • General Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing
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Business Program Classes
15% Less than 20 Students 6% More than 50 Students
79% 21 to 50 students
30 Average number of students in non-business required electives
140 Different Elective Courses
New Electives
  • Program length Four Year
  • Last change to curriculum 2002
Degrees Offered
  • BBA/Bachelor of Business Administration
Faculty
  • All Faculty
  • Tenured
264% 264
26% 26
Prominent Faculty
  • Dr. V. Kumar

    Marketing

  • Dr. Arun Rai

    Computer Information Systems

  • Dr. Glenn Harrison

    Risk Management

  • Are work study or co-ops available? Yes
  • Description of work study / co-ops:

    The Career Management Office posts part-time employment opportunities for undergraduate students. Students majoring in Computer Information Systems have the opportunity to participate in a co-op program.

  • Is study abroad available? Yes
  • Description of study abroad programs:

    Study abroad programs are offered in Asia, Africa, Europe, and/or South America.These academic, travel opportunities focus on multidisciplinary topics including international business, management, accounting, and/or hospitality. Experiences often entail visits to in-country companies and interactions with VIPs.

  • Is community service or volunteering available? No
  • Description of community service/volunteering:

    A vast array of volunteer opportunities are available through numerous student organizations and the University's Office of Civic Engagement.

Students

1155 75th Percentile Score on SAT 25 75th Percentile Score on ACT
Student Body Breakdown
  • International Students
  • U.S. Students
  • Male Students
  • Female Students
Ethnicity of Students
African American
38% 38
White
32% 32
Asian American
12% 12
* Percentages are for U.S. citizens in most recent entering class; only top three responses shown.
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U.S. Regional Breakdown
1%
1%
1%
%
96%
1%
Student Citizenship
U.S.
87% 87
Other Non-U.S. Citizenship
13% 13
21 Average age of full-time students
85% Freshman retention rate
Graduation Rate
  • 4 Years
  • 6 Years
29% 29
58% 58

Alumni

Alumni Donors
Total Living Alumni
Alumni Donations
Average Gift Largest Gift

Most Prominent Alumni
  • Bradford W. Ferrer

    Executive Vice President, Finance & Administration, CNN Worldwide

  • Kenneth D. Lewis

    Former Chairman & CEO, Bank of America Corp.

  • Richard H. Lenny

    Former Chairman, President, & CEO, The Hershey Co.