George State University Opens New FinTech Lab, Available to MBA Students

Robinson College of Business's FinTech lab will house the teaching of data analytics, finance, risk management and insurance

George State University's Robinson College of Business is home to a brand new FinTech lab which will shortly be used to teach student about the burgeoning FinTech industry.

Open to MBA students, the FinTech lab will arm student with the tools to analyze big data, and work with finance, risk management, and blockchain technology.

The first course to be taught in the lab in Spring 2018, a masters-level FinTech course, will be open to MBA students.

As technology-fueled innovations are rippling through the financial sector, business schools are increasingly integrating FinTech curriculum into their MBA programs. 

Find out more on the school's website.


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