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Why are Robins students so well prepared when they graduate? It's because they've been through an intense and rigorous business curriculum — and they've gone beyond the textbook to learn the "soft skills" they need to succeed.

Many of these skills are learned through programs offered by our three centers: the Center for Professional Skills and Development, the Center for Active Business Education, and the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

Center for Active Business Education

By getting involved with the Center for Active Business Education, students compete mind-to-mind with academic peers across the country. The learn, network, and build camaraderie by traveling to conferences and other business-based events. And they have access to practical, real-world experiences through opportunities that go beyond the Robins curriculum.

Center for Professional Skills and Development

At Robins, professional interaction, personal goal setting, and constant career guidance are all part of our effort to help shape the world-ready student. With the help of the Center for Professional Skills and Development, they enter the real world with real-world experience.

Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship offers an interdisciplinary academic program and other events and activities to enhance experiential learning for its students.

Robins Case Network

The Robins Case Network provides business professors with comprehensive cases for classroom use. Most are written by Robins School students and faculty, and cover a range of companies and situations.