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The study of wealth management draws on course work in various disciplines including investments, risk and insurance, taxation, business and property law, and real estate. Students learn to formulate and implement a comprehensive plan for the accumulation, conservation and transfer of a client's personal wealth.
Robinson's MS in Wealth Management program places an emphasis on the individual student's specific goals and objectives with regard to advancement in the financial advisory profession. Shifting in risk from government and business to families and individuals, changing regulation, and the explosion of new financial products and services create an enormous opportunity in the field of wealth management. The program covers the three main domains of wealth management: technical, process, and client behaviors. To prepare students to become leaders of financial advisory organizations, the courses emphasize active learning.
The Robinson College of Business has offered graduate business programs in personal financial planning and wealth management for nearly thirty years. Classes in the MS in Wealth Management program are highly networked with the program's successful alumni, many of whom lead their own financial advisory practices. The program is not formally linked to any financial service credential, but the Director will work with each student to provide guidance as to which credentials might suit his/her career goals. The MS in Wealth Management spans the technical domains of several credentials
For more information on the MS in Wealth Management, contact:
Associate Director of Graduate Recruiting
Director of Wealth Management Programs
Master of Science in Wealth Management Program
J. Mack Robinson College of Business
Georgia State University
P.O. Box 4058
Atlanta, GA 30302-4058