Students

Sun Devils take Hollywood

When most people imagine working in show business, they picture a busy set with actors running around in costume and directors yelling, “Cut!” But it takes more than on-screen talent for the film industry to run. Read all about the opportunities.

Training for a marathon during business school

The first year of business school is a juggling act of commitments — meeting new people, studying, networking, searching for internships…the list goes on and on.

MBA students learn to chip, putt, and network on the golf course

Full-time W. P. Carey MBA students are taking full advantage of the 300 days of sunshine and 185 golf courses that the Phoenix metro area offers! Every week you’ll find a group of first- and second-year students in “Business Golf” lessons at Springfield Golf Resort in Chandler, Ariz.

STEM-certified ASU finance master's enhances U.S. job prospects for international students

The Master of Science in Finance (MS-FIN) program at ASU's W. P.  Carey School of Business is now designated by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency within the Department of Homeland Security as a STEM eligible degree program.

Triple threat: When one major just isn't enough

Trio of roommates are among the 39 ASU students tackling triple majors — for them, competition and value are their why

The sustainability opportunity for business professionals

Faculty from ASU’s School of Sustainability and the Department of Supply Chain Management will provide instruction and real-life insights on organizational opportunities that accompany global challenges.

Molecular biosciences and biotechnology grad discovers passion for research

When Aidan Schneider moved from Flagstaff to Tempe to attend Arizona State University, he knew he wanted to study both science and business. What he didn’t know is how quickly he would discover a deep passion for research and also find an entrepreneurial spirit in the lab.

Economics grad launches project to help her native Peru

Boutique hotel and community center was inspired by Toms business model.

ASU student puts political passion to work in Arizona

Arizona State University supply chain management junior Jake Rogers served late U.S. Sen. John McCain and currently serves Gov. Doug Ducey.

Wall Street smarts

Students in the Investment Banking Industry Scholars program intern and are employed by some of the most successful financial companies, giving them a leg up on soft skills and stepping stone to their career.