Maggie Thurston (MS Finance ’22) finished her undergraduate degree during the pandemic and craved more of the traditional college experience. As an Arizona native, Thurston was familiar with the strong reputation of ASU and the W. P.
Education can help make dreams into reality. Alumnus Gideon Asamoah realized this during his time in the master's degree in finance program at W. P. Carey. The MS-FIN allowed Asamoah to move closer to his goals, leading to his position as a securitized products analyst.
For Nivedita Rajarajan, the wide world of finance is a dynamic and exciting field. The master’s degree in finance at ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business helped her discover her passion for finance and investments and led to her current position, which she says is “inspiring.”
The master’s degree in finance first caught the attention of Maryam Alizada for its program length and quality of education.
Will Tawney came to the W. P. Carey School of Business looking to build upon his undergraduate degree in finance.
In order to spread the word to Arizona State University students interested in business graduate programs, the school hosted the first W. P. Carey Forward Conference in February at McCord Hall.
A specialized master’s degree from W. P. Carey offers new career options and networking opportunities to undergraduates throughout Arizona State University. We spoke to Joshua Pardhe, a current MS-FIN student who earned an undergraduate degree at the Ira A.
Standing out from the crowd is a goal of every new graduate, but many struggle to achieve this.
The W. P. Carey School of Business offers the opportunity for any ASU student to continue their education with a variety of innovative, specialized master’s degrees.
When it comes to applying for graduate school, academics are only one piece of the puzzle. Beyond your undergraduate GPA and standardized test performance, an effectively constructed application will help you stand out in the prospective b-school crowd.