Student Experience

The first year of business school is a juggling act of commitments — meeting new people, studying, networking, searching for internships…the list goes on and on. So how did Abby Rudd, a first-year MBA student at W. P. Carey studying marketing and business analytics, find time to train for a marathon at the same time?
The Master of Science in Finance (MS-FIN) program at ASU's W. P.  Carey School of Business is now designated by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency within the Department of Homeland Security as a STEM eligible degree program. Through an Optional Practical Training (OPT) extension, the MS-FIN allows eligible graduates on student visas up to 36 months of employment in the U.S.,

Trio of roommates are among the 39 ASU students tackling triple majors — for them, competition and value are their why

The bachelor's degree in computer information systems culminates with a capstone course, providing the tipping point for undergraduates from being a valuable technical resource under a professor’s guidance to a strategically aware contributor in an organization’s business environment.

When Aidan Schneider moved from Flagstaff to Tempe to attend Arizona State University, he knew he wanted to study both science and business. What he didn’t know is how quickly he would discover a deep passion for research and also find an entrepreneurial spirit in the lab.