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Salary Score for Online Degrees at Georgia State University

Associate's Degrees

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities $13,650 $26,302 62

Bachelor's Degrees

Business Administration, Management and Operations $24,612 $43,043 55
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $24,327 $65,469 50
Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods $19,500 $53,083 49
Marketing $22,990 $41,326 49
Social Work $24,150 $31,334 44
Finance and Financial Management Services $23,500 $47,491 43
Hospitality Administration/Management $19,500 $34,787 36
Psychology, General $25,000 $26,761 33
Criminal Justice and Corrections $25,000 $31,723 33
Political Science and Government $22,455 $30,023 30

Master's Degrees

Accounting and Related Services $22,892 $61,954 64
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods Not Reported $47,082 50
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas $31,500 $48,955 48
Public Administration $30,750 $51,730 41
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $40,000 $89,955 33
Computer and Information Sciences, General $41,375 $73,098 31
Health and Physical Education/Fitness $30,720 $38,653 30
Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences, Other $30,750 $50,422 26
Public Health $37,301 $44,490 26
Taxation $41,000 $62,661 18
Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Professions $41,000 $36,712 3

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Reviewed: 9/10/2021

Degree: Business

I wouldn't recommend this school to anyone. The professors are the only people you can actually reach and half the time they don't have the answers they should. On a personal level I've enjoyed my professors so far, except the Financial Statement Analysis professor who seems to enjoy the failure rate in his classes and he doesn't actually teach anything. This MBA program is supposed to be for people that work yet the professors expect you to put in 12-15 hours of work a WEEK and that's just one class!... Read More


Reviewed: 7/26/2018

Degree: Business

The Enrollment and Admission process is the most inefficient I have ever experienced. I took one online class and withdrew because it was poorly structured and impossible to pass. After a year of frustration, Im done with this school and moving on to another.