Ready to Apply?
The ASU online application is easy to complete once you collect the admissions materials. Most students can complete the application in about 30 minutes.
Help the admissions committee learn more about you, your background, and your goals. These short essay questions help us evaluate students beyond the black and white of test scores and GPA requirements.
Who Should Apply?
- Recent graduates with undergraduate degrees in a quantitative field, including science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs
- Recent graduates with undergraduate degrees in economics, management, supply chain management, information systems, or marketing
- Individuals able to be on campus during the day
Mail all official university transcripts to the ASU Office of Graduate Education, or request that your original institution submit them directly. A Document Reference Number can be included on each transcript for authentication purposes.
GMAT and GRE scores are accepted. The GMAT institutional code for the W. P. Carey School is 0GZ-1R-35.
Online Letter of Recommendation
Select an individual who can speak to your personal qualities, career focus, and potential for success in the W. P. Carey MS‑FIN program. The university will contact your recommender directly to secure additional information.
- Domestic Application Fee: $70
- International Application Fee: $90
An additional $50 fee will be required for applications received after July 1. Applications will not be processed until the fee is received and fees are non-refundable.
The application process for international students is the same as for domestic students, with the exception of submitting proof of English proficiency (for students whose native language is not English). After admission, you will also be also required to obtain a U.S. visa, which includes submitting a graduate financial guarantee.
All international transcripts must be submitted in their original language accompanied by an official English translation. Translations must be literal, complete versions of the originals and must be translated by a university, government official or official translation service. You may not complete your own translation. Photocopies and notarized transcripts are not acceptable.