W. P. Carey Sports Sales team earns top spot at national competition

Two W. P. Carey students, Kyle Gaspari (Sports Business/Marketing ’22) and Kira Stanley (Sports Business/ Marketing ’22), qualified for the National Collegiate Sports Sales Competition (NCSSC) finals, and finished in first and fifth place, respectively — and W. P. Carey placed No.

Why earn a degree in entrepreneurship?

Whether you are launching a new venture or working on something that already exists, entrepreneurship challenges you to see opportunities, take action, ignite change, and make an impact.

Starting your career in Phoenix

Starting your career after graduation can be a daunting task. The good news is that the greater Phoenix area gained 86,000 new jobs in 2018, and grew 3.2% from 2018 to 2019.

W. P. Carey School secures a Top 25 spot in national rankings

In addition to ranking No. 24 overall for 2018 by U.S. News & World Report, several departments within the W. P. Carey School of business continue to be ranked among the best in their fields for undergraduate programs.

Top 5 reasons veterans succeed as entrepreneurs

Military veterans are often touted as great employees — and can become even greater business owners. In fact, more than 10 percent of U.S. business owners are military veterans.

ASU entrepreneurs rise and thrive in Silicon Valley

Based in Silicon Valley, the ASU-Draper Entrepreneurship Incubator program champions student visionaries with changemaking ideas. ASU student Connor Stephens says the experience took his ideas and talent to the next level.

Student entrepreneurs level up in Silicon Valley

Based in Silicon Valley, the ASU-Draper Entrepreneurship Incubator program champions student visionaries with changemaking ideas. ASU student Courteney Real took a risk on the experience, and emerged ready to change the world.

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.

Kicking off a new year

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

Undergraduate IS students start the year strong

The department welcomed 467 computer information systems undergraduates when classes started just a couple weeks ago — 120 are seniors. The CIS curriculum challenges these students, but they also find time for our professional organizations.