How to: Prepare your best application

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.

How to: Improve your GMAT and GRE scores

Your performance on the GMAT or GRE is an important indication of potential success in a rigorous graduate program. Because it has such an impact on admissions decisions, you’ll spend weeks, or even months, preparing for your entrance exam.

You got in to business school – now what?

You crushed the GMAT. You aced the interview. Congratulations, you did it! But since we know you are probably already planning how to best prepare for day one, let us offer some advice from current students.

From knowledge to enterprise

According to Greg Vogel (BS Real Estate '85), ASU and W. P. Carey meant everything to the early knowledge that led him to build his enterprise — one the day he graduated, and another just two years later.

Tailor an MBA to your career goals

An MBA gives you a distinct advantage over those in the workforce without it: According to the Graduate Admissions Management Council (GMAC) 2018 Alumni Perspectives Survey, those with a graduate business degree indicate that their careers progress faster than their non-MBA colleagues, and they repo

Full-time, part-time, online: Finding the right MBA for you

Many people start considering an MBA when they realize they’re either on the wrong path in their career or the right path is taking too long. An MBA can help with both of those dilemmas, and more.

Thinking about getting an MBA? You should be

Getting a master’s degree is a major commitment of time, energy, and money, so returning to school — even if you’re thinking about a part-time program that allows you to keep working — is one of the biggest decisions of your career.

Top 5 reasons to get a business master’s degree

There are two kinds of business master’s degrees: MBAs and specialized master’s degrees that focus on a specific field or industry, such as finance, management, or analytics.

Full-time or part-time: Which MBA is right for you?

If you're thinking about getting an MBA, there are some distinct differences between part-time and full-time MBA programs that you should know

Beyond measure: Do b-school rankings really matter?

They’ve been called beauty contests, brag-a-thons, and a head-scratching mess, but you’re still not likely to find a business school dean who says rankings are worthless. Which rankings? The ones bequeathed by publications like Bloomberg Businessweek and U.S.