Undergraduate degrees

A team of four W. P. Carey students won the 2016 Produce for Better Health (PBH) Foundation Formula 5 Marketing Competition — a collegiate event offering marketing students the opportunity to influence fruit and vegetable marketing, sales, and consumption in the U.S.

Before launching into a new academic year, we took time out this week to gather the faculty — 32 strong — for a group portrait. They are as excited as the students to get back to class! But before we leave summer behind, read about our capstone projects

The capstone project is the crowning moment of our degree programs. Students work in teams to apply the knowledge and skills learned in virtually all of their classes to a project in a real business. Companies partner with us to help prepare students to be effective in their careers, while at the same time gleaning get fresh perspectives on current issues.

Get more knowledge, reach more resources, meet more people, and maximize your potential at Arizona State University. For all of that and more, international student Li Cao says choosing to learn at the W. P. Carey School of Business was her best decision yet.

As my sophomore year comes to an end, it is amazing to look back on how much I have already learned and experienced while studying at ASU and its W. P. Carey School of Business. W. P. Carey is known for being a top business school, but what a lot of people don’t seem to know about are the amazing resources available to you as a business student.