Undergraduate - Freshman Admissions

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Freshman Admissions

In order to be accepted as a W. P. Carey School of Business undergraduate student you must first apply to Arizona State University and select a W. P. Carey business degree program.

Applications for Fall 2014 will continue to be accepted after the deadline of December 1, 2013. To ensure maximum consideration for admission, preference of orientation dates and residential housing, it is important to submit an application as soon as possible.

Bachelor of Science Requirements

Freshman applicants who meet the requirements for ASU freshman admission and who meet one of the following four criteria may be directly admitted to the W. P. Carey School of Business Bachelor of Science degree programs:

  • An SAT (math and critical reading sections only) score of 1160
  • An ACT composite score of 25
  • A high school class ranking in the top 8 percent.
  • An overall high school GPA of 3.6 in ASU competency courses (4.0 = A)
    See Detailed Competency Requirements for more information.

Students who have previously attended or are currently attending ASU may be directly admitted to Bachelor of Science degree majors if they meet the following requirements.  Consult with your academic advisor to confirm your qualifications:   

  • Minimum 30 hours completed at ASU
  • Minimum 3.4 cumulative ASU GPA
  • Minimum six W. P. Carey School of Business skill courses completed at ASU
  • Minimum 3.4 W. P. Carey School of Business ASU skill courses cumulative GPA
  • No academic integrity violations on file

Bachelor of Arts Requirements

Freshman applicants who meet the requirements for ASU freshman admission are eligible for direct admission to the W. P. Carey School of Business Bachelor of Arts degree program. To be admitted to ASU, you must be a high school graduate and meet the following criteria:

  • An overall high school GPA of 3.0 in ASU competency courses (4.0 = A)
    See Detailed Competency Requirements for more information.
  • Top 25 percent of high school class