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Master of Science in Wealth Management

The study of wealth management draws on course work in many disciplines, including investments, risk and insurance, taxation, business and property law, and real estate.

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Why the MS in Wealth Management?

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, and teaches students to formulate
and implement a comprehensive plan for the accumulation, conservation and transfer of a client’s personal wealth.

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Program Format

The MS in Wealth Management program consists of 11 graduate courses (33 credit hours) and is designed to be completed in a sixteen-month period, beginning in January and concluding in April of the following year.

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Admissions

Candidates must hold a four-year undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university. Professional experience is preferred but not required.

Application Deadline:

Spring 2015
September 15

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Tuition

Program tuition is $37,500 — $10,000 for each of the Spring and Fall semesters and $7,500 for the summer semester. This covers all class materials, textbooks, iPad, parking, meals/snacks and professional development services offered by Robinson’s Career Management Center. A non-refundable orientation and program fee of $250 is due upon enrollment.

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Apply Now

With over 30 years experience offering high-quality graduate degree programs in the wealth management area, Robinson is right for you.

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Contact Us

Conrad Ciccotello
Director of Wealth Management Programs
404-413-7462
cciccotello@gsu.edu

Tiffany Nelson
Associate Director of Graduate Recruiting
404-413-7041
tnnelson@gsu.edu