Students

Common questions and misconceptions about virtual career events

Just as many classes, events, and even happy hours are moving to virtual formats, W. P. Carey is transitioning to virtual career events this fall.

Choose your campus adventure

The teaching and learning choices and safe health systems influencing the fall 2020 semester — and beyond.

5 ways to prepare your space for a virtual interview

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a toll across the country, we are all getting used to virtual ways of connecting. Interviewing is no different, and even as employers start to look at back-to-office plans, video interviews might be here to stay.

Accounting students get real-world fraud lessons

Nathan Mueller shares how his $8.5 million embezzlement that lasted four years began with a breach of controls and small choices.

Advance your career with an ASU master's in information systems management

The Master of Science in Information Systems Management (MS-ISM) from ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business will prepare you not only to improve your abilities in your current role but also to lead teams and systems throughout your career.

The W. P. Carey Teaching & Learning program honors faculty

As the 2019-2020 academic year concludes, the W. P. Carey Teaching & Learning program honors faculty for outstanding contributions in higher education.

W. P. Carey launches a new blended format for EMBA program

The W. P. Carey School of Business at ASU has added a new blended format for the Executive MBA.

REAIC/Rockfeller Group Challenge showcases MRED students' creativity

Students from the Master of Real Estate Development program competed for a cash prize during the 7th Annual Real Estate Investment Advisory Council/Rockefeller Group Challenge on Wednesday, May 6. In the midst of COVID-19, this year’s challenge was held via Zoom.

MBA students work on messy problems

A distinct opportunity among graduate-level business programs, W. P. Carey Learning Labs connect Full-time MBA students with non-business master's students across Arizona State University — to collaborate on action-learning projects, gain cross-functional skills, and solve real problems for real

STEM-designated degrees give international students the opportunity to work in the United States

A STEM-designated degree is an academic program that falls under one or more of the approved categories from the United States Department of Homeland Security, and is focused on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) topics.