Career Resources

The novel coronavirus has caused a tidal wave of uncertainty over the job market in the last several months. Whether a student just graduated or has been in the workforce for years, the effects are being felt across the board. Sharon Irwin-Foulon, executive director of Career Management and Employer Engagement (CMEE) at the W. P. Carey School of Business, gave the community actionable tips during the last Alumni Relations Back to Class event.

After completing the MS-FIN, starting a lucrative career is certainly within reach. You’ll be qualified for many different roles in the financial industry, including corporate finance, risk management, management, financial planning, investment banking, consulting, or even real estate.

Prospective students considering a highly ranked W. P. Carey Master of Science in Finance (MS-FIN) from Arizona State University should know that it’s difficult to go from no work experience in the financial industry straight to investment banking solely with a degree. If you’d like to rebrand yourself as a future financial leader, the MS-FIN can help. 

One of the most beneficial aspects of Courtney Robertson's college career has been mentorship. Since her first year, she has consistently moved through the cycle of having a mentor and being a mentor — experiences she credits for great personal and professional growth.

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.