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.
A diverse student body and faculty representing six continents give Arizona State University-Tempe’s W. P. Carey School of Business an international edge.
Being the first in his family to go to college meant Steve Truong had to figure things out on his own. He shares some advice to help future first-year students along the way.
One of the perks of being at W. P. Carey is the business core that every major, from finance to public policy, shares. In fact, the only difference between most majors is a total of six courses, which, with proper planning can be finished on time or even early.
If you are an honors student at ASU, you might have heard of HON 394: Deductive Logic, Leadership/Management Techniques.This class will make you think, share your own values and opinion on different things about life, learn something new, and see things from a different perspective.
Building relationships, both professional and academic, is essential to opening more doors for opportunities. Luckily for international business students there are many opportunities to get involved and build a solid network at ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business.
Summer internships are the perfect way to gain new skills, create strong connections, and potentially discover your dream career. Here are some tips on how to make the most of your internship this summer.
Maddie Hayes has been passionate about volunteering since she was a kid. Luckily both ASU and the W. P. Carey School of Business emphasize the importance of giving back to the community, offering every student ample opportunity to volunteer throughout the year.
With 30+ business degrees, business certificates, and tons of other certificates and minors to explore university-wide, there are countless ways to pursue your passion at ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business.
Theater has been a lifelong passion, but now that Maddie Hayes is studying business and pursuing her dream of becoming a successful businesswoman, she would like to share her reflection on what each discipline has taught her about the other.