According to a Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) survey snapshot of 4,658 respondents, nearly nine of ten alumni report a positive return on investment (ROI) from their graduate business education.
Focused on financial literacy and renewable energy, Paul Cutler (BS Finance ’81) and his wife Judy, established the Cutler Family Endowed Professorship along with the Cutler Finance Scholars program.
Alumna Holly Barrett (MBA ’86) returned to the W. P. Carey School of Business as an Executive Connections mentor because she believes each student has untapped potential.
Seth Crawford (BS Marketing ’94, MS Agribusiness ’97), has spent years working in the farm equipment industry — he’s appreciative of the W. P. Carey and ASU network and the mentors he’s met along the way.
Danny Holton has always had a passion for sustainability. As a third-year student, focused on corporate responsibility, he realized how much he appreciated coursework infused with a global perspective, and decided to apply for the Fulbright Fellowship in Malaysia.
Soul Carrier owner Jennifer Boonlorn (BS Marketing ’01), has navigated difficult circumstances — like the loss of her parents months before her graduation — with an incredible amount of foresight.
The W. P. Carey Alumni Book Club loved reading Brené Brown’s Dare to Lead™, which encourages us to rumble with vulnerability, live into our values, brave trust, and learn to rise — all lessons relevant to the increasingly uncertain times we now navigate together.
Jim Millecam, Nathan Millecam, Camille Millecam-Whiting, and Jason Weber have more in common than being part of the same family. They’re all W. P. Carey graduates.
After completing the MS-FIN, starting a lucrative career is certainly within reach. You’ll be qualified for many different roles in the financial industry, including corporate finance, risk management, management, financial planning, investment banking, consulting, or even real estate.