Georgia State University

Georgia State University, an enterprising public research university in the heart of Atlanta, is a national leader in graduating students from diverse backgrounds. Its six campuses in downtown and metro Atlanta provide its more than 50,000 students with unsurpassed connections to the city's business, government, nonprofit and cultural communities as well as opportunities in an environment of varied ideas, cultures, ages, lifestyles and experiences. Atlanta, home to more than a dozen headquarters of Fortune 500 companies, provides Georgia State's faculty with an urban laboratory, enabling them to draw creative inspiration and address critical societal issues locally and in cities around the world. Georgia State has a university-wide commitment to student advising and attention to student progress to graduation. The university is nationally recognized as a leader in creating innovative approaches that foster the success of students from all academic, socio-economic, racial and ethnic backgrounds. Georgia State is one of a handful of large institutions nationwide using new technology to track students from the moment they arrive on campus until they graduate to ensure progress. With the university's early warning tracking system, struggling students get the intervention they need to get back on track, improve or change their academic path. Georgia State is among the most diverse universities in the nation and is a recognized leader in graduating students from diverse backgrounds.The university's 10-year strategic plan, introduced in 2011, aims to enhance research and discovery, in part by implementing a hiring initiative to build scholarly strength around interdisciplinary research themes. It also focuses on efforts to make the university a leader in undergraduate student success and puts renewed emphasis on improving graduate education. The plan emphasizes the university's commitment to addressing issues and problems confronting cities around the globe, and establishes as a priority the institution's initiatives to extend its global involvement and influence. Georgia State, founded in 1913, is central to the revitalization of downtown Atlanta, expanding its campus and building a more robust student residential community. More than 5,000 students now live in residence halls on a campus that once served commuting students exclusively. Georgia State's consolidation in 2016 with Georgia Perimeter College, a two-year institution, made it the largest university in Georgia and one of the largest in the nation. Its efforts to enhance student life and campus involvement included the introduction of a Division 1 football program in 2010 and membership in the Sun Belt athletic conference of the NCAA's Football Bowl Subdivision in 2013.The university offers 55 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in more than 250 fields of study in its academic colleges, schools and units, the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, the Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions, the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of the Arts, the College of Education, the College of Law, the Honors College, the Institute for Biomedical Sciences, Perimeter College, the J. Mack Robinson College of Business and the School of Public Health.

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School Details

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Public, Coed 1913 N/A Semester $139.2 million PO Box 3965, Atlanta, GA 30302 (404) 413-2000
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27 100.0 Georgia Atlanta 429 408 80

Grade Rank

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Best Business Schools () Unranked
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Part-time MBA (Tie) 32
Best Education Schools () 40 59 out of 100
Best Law Schools (Tie) 65 46 out of 100
Health Care Law () 3
Part-time Law () 10
Best Nursing Schools: Doctor of Nursing Practice () 132
Best Nursing Schools: Master's (Tie) 117
Biological Sciences () 140
Chemistry () 114
Clinical Psychology () 62
Computer Science () RNP
Criminology () 22
Economics () 59
English () 99
Fine Arts () 131
Health Care Management () 33
History () 125
Math () 136
Physical Therapy () 136
Physics () 110
Political Science () 72
Psychology () 112
Public Affairs () 18
Local Government Management () 8
Nonprofit Management () 5
Public Finance and Budgeting () 8
Public Management and Leadership () 22
Public Policy Analysis () 29
Urban Policy () 3
Rehabilitation Counseling () 50
Social Work () 59
Sociology () 71
Speech-Language Pathology () 53

Business

Sub_Subject
Executive MBA
Part-time MBA

Education

Sub_Subject
Curriculum and Instruction
Education Policy
Educational Administration and Supervision
Educational Psychology
Elementary Teacher Education
Secondary Teacher Education
Special Education
Student Counseling and Personnel Services
Technical / Vocational

Law

Sub_Subject
Clinical Training
Dispute Resolution
Environmental Law
Health Care Law
Intellectual Property Law
International Law
Legal Writing
Tax Law
Trial Advocacy

Nursing

Sub_Subject
Clinical Nurse Leader
Nurse Practitioner: Adult / Gerontology, Acute Care
Nurse Practitioner: Adult / Gerontology, Primary Care
Nurse Practitioner: Family
Nurse Practitioner: Pediatric, Primary Care
Nurse Practitioner: Psychiatric / Mental Health, Across the Lifespan
Nursing Administration
Nursing Informatics

Social Sciences

Sub_Subject
English
History
Psychology
Sociology
Political Science
Economics
Criminology

Health

Sub_Subject
Health Care Management
Physical Therapy
Social Work
Rehabilitation Counseling
Speech-Language Pathology
Clinical Psychology

Public Affairs

Sub_Subject
Public Affairs

The Sciences

Sub_Subject
Biological Sciences
Chemistry
Computer Science
Math
Physics

Fine Arts

Sub_Subject
Fine Arts

BusinessAdmissions

The J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University offers these departments and concentrations: accounting, actuarial science, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, general management, health care administration, hotel administration, human resources management, insurance, international business, marketing, management information systems, production/operations management, organizational behavior, real estate, and quantitative analysis/statistics and operations research. Its tuition is part-time: $491 per credit (in-state); part-time: $1,300 per credit (out-of-state); executive: $72,500 total program (in-state); and executive: $72,500 total program (out-of-state).
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Application deadline (U.S. residents) June 1
Application deadline (international students) February 1
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Applicants (part-time)
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Tuition
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Required fees (executive degree program) $72,500 per program
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accounting
insurance
actuarial science
international business
economics
marketing
entrepreneurship
management information systems
finance
production/operations management
general management
organizational behavior
health care administration
real estate
hotel administration
quantitative analysis/statistics and operations research
human resources management
other
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2019 Quick Stats 275
Academics N/A
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enrolled 275
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per credit (part-time, in-state) $491
per credit (part-time, out-of-state) $1,300
total program (executive degree, in-state) $72,500
total program (executive degree, out-of-state) $72,500