Student Experience

One of the perks of being at W. P. Carey is the business core that every major, from finance to public policy, shares. In fact, the only difference between most majors is a total of six courses, which, with proper planning can be finished on time or even early. Explore the top ten business degree combinations pursued by business students at ASU.

Finding your footing immediately after graduation can be a daunting task, but Katie Golen moved gracefully from classroom to career. Golen (BS Computer Information Systems ’10) has lived and worked in New York City since she graduated. A staff auditor at American Express, she credits her undergraduate involvement in campus organizations, both in the W. P. Carey School and Barrett the Honors College, for teaching her how to stay motivated, organized and focused on success.

You've been considering going back to school for a graduate degree. It can help you advance your career, learn more, and earn more. But which degree is right for you and which school offers the best fit for your career, life, and goals? There are many reasons to pursue an information management degree, but here are five that really set the W. P. Carey MSIM apart.

To help IT professionals achieve their career goals — wherever they are and whenever classes and projects work best for their schedules — the W. P. Carey MSIM program offers two distinct options: a full-time program held in the evenings and a 100% online format.