MBA

We’re in it for life. No matter your graduation year, you are and will always be a part of the W. P. Carey family. As a graduate, you’re among a community of alumni that’s more than 100,000 strong. Here are ways to keep in touch, stay informed, get involved, and invest in your alma mater and its network of fellow business leaders.

W. P. Carey is looking for Net Investors — students who want to engage with the MBA community and leave the program better off than they found it. Leading a club, mentoring students, and participating in curriculum focus groups are common ways that MBA students give back to W. P. Carey.
Ask any student in McCord Hall what has made their experience at W. P. Carey unique and I bet they will say “the people." That’s because at W. P. Carey, business is personal. Small classes, a dedicated student services team, and a culture of feedback and co-creation foster an environment where every student can thrive.

It’s no secret that a full-time MBA program is hard work. Classes, networking, and recruiting can be time-consuming and stressful. Often, individual wellbeing gets lost in the hustle to learn more and do more. As an MBA student at the W. P. Carey, Manish Choudhary decided to change that.

According to the latest Best Business Schools rankings released by U.S. News & World Report, the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University is ranked Top 25 nationwide for part-time MBA programs, while seven MBA specialties and the school’s Full-time MBA are ranked Top 35.