ATLANTA – The Master of Science in Finance at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business is the top public university program in the Southeast and 2nd overall in the region, according to new rankings from TFE Times (formerly The Financial Engineer).
In the TFE Times rankings of 93 programs, the Robinson M.S. in Finance is 12th in the nation, up three spots from 2019, and 4th among all U.S. public university programs. It is ranked behind only Vanderbilt University in the Southeast and is the only Georgia program on the list.
“Our M.S. in Finance continues to rise in the TFE Times rankings because of the stature of our world-class faculty, the quality of the curriculum, the support of our corporate partners, and the professional success of our alumni,” said Finance Department Chairman Gerald Gay.
Robinson’s M.S. in Finance is a 16-month STEM-certified program, which also is offered in a 12-month accelerated format. It provides a 360-degree education in the discipline, with career paths in corporate finance, asset and wealth management, and financial services with an emphasis on fintech and financial data analytics.
TFE Times calculates it rankings using six components relevant to student quality, program selectivity and career outcomes. Learn more at https://tfetimes.com/best-finance-program-rankings/