STEM-designated degrees give international students the opportunity to work in the United States

A STEM-designated degree is an academic program that falls under one or more of the approved categories from the United States Department of Homeland Security, and is focused on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) topics.

W. P. Carey can help you make your mark with an information management master's degree

The Master of Science in Information System Management (MS-ISM) gives you insight into technology and its interconnectivity across business functions.

Be a leader in innovation with an ASU master’s in innovation and venture development

Have you always had an idea that you thought would translate into a successful business? Through a unique partnership between the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, the W. P.

What you need to know about a master’s in finance

Prospective students considering a highly ranked W. P. Carey Master of Science in Finance (MS-FIN) from Arizona State University should know that it’s difficult to go from no work experience in the

EdX adds stacked degree in supply chain management

New offering is the latest that provides students with pathways from stackable courses to full master's degrees.


CIS 236: A challenging crash course in reality

Most students don't really grasp the realities of CIS in the real world until they're actually in the real world, making the transition from the classroom to the first job a little jarring. A new W. P. Carey partnership aims to finally tackle that problem.

Finishing touch: 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.

IS doctoral program raises top scholars

Gun-woong Lee's move from PhD student to faculty member at a leading research university is the kind of outcome that the IS doctoral program is designed to deliver.

MBA or MS? Analytics program rankings on the near horizon

Department of Information Systems Chairman Michal Goul provides insight into future program rankings.

Management Information Systems moves up to No. 17

The 2016–2017 academic year is off to a successful start, as the W. P. Carey School of Business undergraduate Computer Information Systems program ranked No. 17 in the latest rankings of the U.S. News & World Report. ASU also continues to be ranked the No.