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Clubs and organizations

A global exchange of ideas. W. P. Carey MBA students share unique perspectives and bring a combination of cultures, ideas, backgrounds, and professional experiences into the classroom.

Student engagement clubs

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Academic clubs

Business Information Management and Analytics (BIMAA)

Provides student support, promotes sharing ideas and creates professional networking opportunities for those interested in the area of Business Information Management.

Consulting Club

Familiarizes students with required skill sets in the consulting industry and provides assistance to develop such competencies so that students can successfully pursue their career in this industry.

Entrepreneurship Society

Serves as a conduit for students to access entrepreneurial resources, network with prominent community entrepreneurs and share ideas.

Finance Association

Provides graduate business students with educational information and networking opportunities with local and national professionals in the finance community.

Graduate Supply Chain Management Association (GSCMA)

Facilitates learning and networking opportunities for Graduate students studying or planning a career in supply chain management.

Healthcare Club

Provides a platform for health sector students to build their professional network and enhance their understanding of the healthcare industry.

Strategic Marketing Association

Connects marketing students with profession-related resources, both within the school and in the industry.

Professional clubs

MBA Association (MBAA)

The MBA Association serves as a student governing organization for the Full-time MBA program, planning social, cultural, and educational programs.

Net Impact

Represents students interested in the study of sustainability and associated issues as they relate to graduate business studies and industry developments.

Women's Leadership Association

Promotes awareness and appreciation of women’s roles in business and sponsors professional, educational, and social events.

Product Management Club

Serves all graduate students as a one-stop shop with the network and resources for the product management role in various industries.

Case Devils

Focuses on competition style business cases. They are open to any interested student and meet regularly to dissect cases and go over potential solutions. A subset of the club members will also travel regularly to case competitions to represent the W. P. Carey School and compete.

Special interest clubs

Golf Club

Connecting graduate students through the game of golf. The Golf Club strives to teach students how to play golf as well as use it as a professional networking tool.

Hispanic Business Club

Hispanic Business Club is committed to include all members who show an active interest in learning about Latin American and Hispanic cultures, including the way in which business is conducted in these countries, their cultural values and customs, etc. It also provides a platform for graduate business students to develop a global business mindset and interact with Hispanic business and community leaders and increases diversity in the business community.

Run Club

Our organization supports students interests in improving their physical and mental health through running and other exercise activities. We hold regularly scheduled activities, such as weekly runs, to enrich the experience of all students throughout the W. P. Carey graduate programs.

StandOut MBA

We encourage LGBTQ+ students and supportive allies to embody principles of leadership with authenticity. StandOut MBA offers an environment of mutual respect, intended to advance the interests of those in the business community who value diversity of background, thought, and experience.

Toast Devils

Toast Devils, the W. P. Carey graduate chapter of Toastmasters, advances the public speaking skills of members in a professional and supportive environment.

Wine Society

Wine Society was created to connect W. P. Carey students and build community through explorations of wine on social, professional, and educational levels.

Accelerated Leadership for Underrepresented Minorities (ALUM)

Establishes pipelines for our members and mentees with top companies focused on attracting, recruiting and retaining diversity and inclusion-minded individuals to help shape their businesses moving forward.