W. P. Carey prestige

At ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business, we understand that the return on your investment in a degree can't be measured on a spreadsheet alone. It's in the way your career progresses, the way you're prepared for the challenges ahead, and even in the example you set for your family.<

Every year, an off-campus trip provides students in the W. P. Carey Master of Science in Global Logistics (MS‑GL) program with an exclusive look at global logistics infrastructure. It's an invaluable opportunity for students to explore their field — in the field — while adding real-world context to concepts learned in class.

A group of 15 supply chain students from the W. P. Carey Full-time MBA visited three companies in the Portland area — Daimler, Nike, and Columbia Sportswear. Because we have such a strong network of alumni, the Supply Chain Club was able to set up a day at each company through a recent W. P. Carey alum.

There are plenty of reasons to pursue your Executive MBA, and plenty of reasons to choose the W.&nbsp;P.&nbsp;Carey EMBA in particular. But rather than wax on about the ways in which we rule the b‑school world &mdash; we’ll let our students do the talking. Here are ten reasons to choose the W.&nbsp;P.&nbsp;Carey Executive MBA, courtesy of our alumni.

"Since joining Microsemi Corp. I have worked as the lead mechanical engineer on several power supply programs for advanced satellite and flight-critical aviation systems,” explains Ian Wilson. "Now with a supporting role in business development, I need the tools to properly determine, quantify, and explain the prospects worth pursuing."