Academics

An MBA gives you a distinct advantage over those in the workforce without it: According to the Graduate Admissions Management Council (GMAC) 2018 Alumni Perspectives Survey, those with a graduate business degree indicate that their careers progress faster than their non-MBA colleagues, and they report a median income of $115,000.
If you're thinking about getting an MBA, there are some distinct differences between part-time and full-time MBA programs that you should know

To address the growing needs of industry, ASU partnered with KPMG to develop a Master of Accountancy — Data and Analytics (MACC D&A) program. “This unique partnership blends industry insight with academics — equipping tomorrow's business leaders with the skills needed for the future of accounting,” says Amy Hillman, dean of the W. P. Carey School.

Going back for a master's degree is a big decision. It may not be on the level of marriage, kids, or finding the right house, but particularly with a degree like the MBA, it's not something to be taken lightly. Here are some ways you can narrow your search for the best program.

If The Lego Movie taught us anything, it’s that everything is awesome; everything is cool when you’re part of a team. Students in the W. P. Carey Executive MBA program recently learned this firsthand in Professor Mohan Gopalakrishnan’s Operations and Supply Chain Management course.