W. P. Carey undergraduate programs


Welcome, future students!

The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University prepares tomorrow’s business leaders to create positive change on a global scale. Direct admission maximizes your ability to take advantage of the many personal, professional, and educational opportunities available to you at W. P. Carey, across ASU, and throughout the Phoenix area. And it allows you to customize a college education and experience that’s all your own. Welcome! We’re glad you’re here.

Explore 30+ business degrees


Direct admission means you're a W. P. Carey School of Business student from day one at ASU. This makes it possible to dive into the disciplines you're most interested in — across 30+ business degrees and hundreds of majors, minors, and certificates university-wide — all while staying on track to graduate.

  • Freedom and flexibility to customize your education
  • Opportunities to explore innovation and entrepreneurship
  • Dedicated business advising to support your journey

W. P. Carey business majors study everything from supply chain management and corporate finance to accounting, business analytics, entrepreneurship, and business communication. Explore details by degree to learn more about possible career paths, the classes you’ll take, and ways to customize your ASU experience.

W. P. Carey Students

Gain tools and skills for lifelong career management

W. P. Carey undergraduate students are given a career roadmap and resources from day one — so you have the tools to get ahead right now and throughout your time at ASU. Build career confidence and capabilities in the classroom and beyond, through a strategic series of courses and activities you’ll participate in each year.

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Connect your classes with your living community

The Business Community Advantage provides the foundation for your first-year living and learning experience as an ASU business student. You will take a common set of classes with a cohort defined by your housing selection, program of study, and other factors.

  • Find a tight-knit community within a larger university setting
  • Easily build networks, find study groups, and make friends
  • Access resources tailored to help you achieve first-year success