Clubs and Organizations
As a W. P. Carey MBA student you have the opportunity to enrich your academic experience through participation in a number of clubs and organizations dedicated to professional development and social activities.
Current students serve in leadership roles for these organizations, while faculty and staff members provide further guidance regarding activities and programming.
Student Engagement Clubs
An important link for prospective and current students, MBA Ambassadors participate in recruitment, admission, retention and matriculation activities.
The MBA Association serves as a student governing organization for the full-time MBA program, planning social, cultural and educational programs.
Provides a conduit for students to access entrepreneurial resources, network with prominent community entrepreneurs and share ideas.
The Innovation Advancement Program
IAP is a credit-carrying course that brings together students from the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law , the W. P. Carey School, the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering , and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to assist in the commercialization and monetization of new technologies developed at ASU in a collaborative, consulting format.
International MBA Association
IMBA promotes cultural exchange between students from different countries and helps international students learn more about American business practices and culture.
Masters Consulting Group
This credit-carrying course connects businesses with the talent and resources of the W. P. Carey MBA program in a consulting format.
MBA Strategic Marketing Association
Connects marketing students with profession-related resources, both within the school and in the industry.
MBA Finance Association
Provides MBA students educational information and networking opportunities with local and national professionals in the finance community.
MBA Business Information Management Association
Provides student support, promotes sharing ideas and creates professional networking opportunities for those interested in the area of business information management.
National Association of Women MBAs
NAWMBA promotes awareness and appreciation of students' roles in business and sponsors professional, educational and social events for all students.
Supply Chain Management Association
Facilitates learning and networking opportunities for MBA students studying or planning a career in supply chain management.
Extracurricular or Social Clubs
Golf has a unique role in building business relationships. This association creates opportunities for students to network while improving their golfing skills.
This organization represents students interested in the study of sustainability and associated issues as they relate to graduate business studies and industry developments.
The Partners Club builds the MBA culture by sponsoring events for students and their significant others and/or children.
Promotes networking, friendship and a sense of community among students through the game of tennis.
The MBA Outdoors Club
Enhances appreciation for the outdoors through such activities as hiking, camping, rock climbing, swimming, golfing, biking, fishing and exploring.
Toast Devils, the W. P. Carey MBA chapter of Toastmasters, advances the public speaking skills of members in a professional and supportive environment.
This nonprofit organization is committed to donating time, money and resources to local and national charitable events. The goal is to enhance the social awareness of W. P. Carey MBA students as they become future business leaders.