Our 150+ distinctive graduate degree programs across nine colleges, schools and institutes will take you anywhere you want to go.
Whether you’re pursuing one or multiple graduate degrees, the choices for charting your own way are plentiful. Our 150+ distinctive graduate degree programs across nine colleges, schools and institutes will take you anywhere you want to go.
Robinson’s Ph.D. program in accountancy aims to graduate individuals who are highly qualified and sought after for faculty positions in research-oriented universities.The program focuses on preparing students to critique and produce accounting research that is publishable in premier accounting journals. During the program, students take required doctoral seminars in accounting and research methodology as well as elective seminars in other areas consistent with their research interests (e.g., economics, finance and psychology). Students are expected to work closely with faculty to develop a research portfolio in addition to their required dissertation. For the latest information about required courses, view the Robinson College of Business website.
Accelerated progressIn four semesters, you can earn your master of professional accountancy and be eligible to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam. Our staff takes a personalized approach to helping students become a CPA, including personalized study plans and scheduling which exam sections to tackle first.
All the right ingredientsMany students in your cohort will bring work experience from a variety of backgrounds and industries such as law, journalism, economics, anthropology, and business, giving everyone in the cohort a new, unique perspective.
Opportunities to meet your future employersThe Accounting Career Showcase connects more than 40 accounting firms with School of Accountancy students. Also, many of the leading firms around Atlanta, including Smith & Howard, Moore Stephens Tiller and Georgia-Pacific, regularly host site visits, offering students face time with senior managers and partners. For the latest information about required courses, view the Robinson College of Business website.
- Diasporic studies in Black popular and mass culture
- Culturally relevant pedagogy
- Community empowerment
- Gender, sexuality and social relationships
- Black political, cultural, philosophical and artistic thought and practice
- Black popular and mass culture
- Race in relation to the study of gender and sexuality
- Social justice through community engagement
Half of your learning will occur outside the classroomOur corporate partners grant our students access to their proprietary data so they can apply program concepts to business problems. We call these month-long projects Insight Sprints.
We will put you on employers’ radarThe Robinson College of Business is in the heart of Atlanta, the business capital of the Southeast. More than 150,000 companies are headquartered here, including 26 Fortune 1000 companies and thousands of hot start-ups. The program’s Insight Sprints and speaker events will give you face time with desirable employers.
We lead in analytics educationU.S. News & World Report ranks our graduate and undergraduate computer information systems programs in the top 10 in the nation. In 2015, the UT Dallas Research Productivity Index ranked us #1 for a rise in research productivity ranking among the top 50 U.S. business schools in the last five years. For the latest information about required courses, view the Robinson College of Business website.
- Research on an assortment of interrelated topics, including language learning by adults who will use English for academic purposes, effective teaching of adult language learners and the nature of English as an academic language.
- Doctoral faculty who can teach in educational programs that prepare master’s level teachers of English as a Second/Foreign Language.
- Expanding their skills and understandings in studio art production and contemporary art concepts;
- Developing their pedagogical skills and strategies as master teachers;
- Empowering them to integrate theory and best practices in their classrooms;
- Fostering their critical thinking skills and life-long learning as members of a professional community;
- Developing their leadership and advocacy skills to have an impact on students, classrooms, communities, schools, districts and professional organizations.
The information shared here is intended to provide an overview of Georgia State University’s offerings. For official details on admission requirements, tuition, courses and more, please refer to the university catalogs.