Where business is personal

Akanksha Mohla traveled halfway around the world to find her second home. From India to Mill Avenue to a successful career she launched at Mattel, learn more about Akanksha's journey to the U.S. and the W. P. Carey School.

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.<

As a prospective student, there are lots of ways you can learn about what life is like in grad school. But the best way to really get a sense of what it’s like is by talking to current students, who are living the life and have more than likely faced the questions you have.

 

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.

As a W. P. Carey Full-time MBA student, you get the chance to attend a number of great conferences. In late September, I had the opportunity to fly to Philadelphia for the National Society for Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) conference. If you have ever been to a career fair, it wasn't much different from that except in terms of the scale.