Career development

W. P. Carey computer information systems students team up with a global leader in the aviation industry to help solve real-world issues in aerospace. David Jarvis, the chief information officer, vice president and, in his newest role, the lead of information enablement for Honeywell Aerospace, shares his advice.

Whether you are taking summer classes, have an internship or a job, or you are using your summer as a break to refresh for a new school year, try these tips to make your summer the most successful one yet.

W. P. Carey provides the best career development resources for undergraduate business college students to help us earn our dream jobs. Here are some tips to to help you maximize the value of these resources and become a successful graduate.

Since the Great Recession, there has been a change in hiring patterns for many companies and industries. While a bachelor's degree used to be the standard, many fields — from finance to IT to supply chain management — now consider candidates with specialized master's degrees over and above those with just an undergraduate diploma.

There’s a quote that says, “Success comes before you reach your goal, for it is as simple as taking a step in the right direction.” While the 2016–2017 academic year has just begun, it is off to a successful start.