Why W. P. Carey

The novel coronavirus has caused a tidal wave of uncertainty over the job market in the last several months. Whether a student just graduated or has been in the workforce for years, the effects are being felt across the board. Sharon Irwin-Foulon, executive director of Career Management and Employer Engagement (CMEE) at the W. P. Carey School of Business, gave the community actionable tips during the last Alumni Relations Back to Class event.

According to the latest Best Business Schools rankings released by U.S. News & World Report, the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University is ranked Top 25 nationwide for part-time MBA programs, while seven MBA specialties and the school’s Full-time MBA are ranked Top 35.

W. P. Carey provides the best career development resources for undergraduate business college students to help us earn our dream jobs. Here are some tips to to help you maximize the value of these resources and become a successful graduate.

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.

From partnerships with community colleges to mentorship and beyond, Arizona State University is committed to transfer students and their success.