Why W. P. Carey

Campus locations

ASU is one university in many locations. This means every campus, resource, and opportunity belongs to every ASU student. It also means incredible access — and 300+ sunny days per year — in a thriving metropolitan area full of things to do, places to see, and opportunities to grow both personally and professionally. And because you can be a business student on any ASU campus (or even 100% online), your learning happens wherever and whenever is most convenient for you.

Business across ASU

With cutting-edge classrooms and lab space, residential colleges, recreation and dining facilities, and student support services, each ASU campus has its own distinct style and mix of academic programs. There are multiple campus experiences for business students in the Phoenix area.

The historic Tempe campus at ASU is home to 12,300 first-year students across majors of graduate and undergraduate learning. Home to Sun Devil Athletics, performing arts venues, the light rail line, and various first-rate facilities, Tempe is full of Sun Devil spirit. From entrepreneurial startups to medium and major sized corporate headquarters, the area is full of opportunities for degree-seeking business students.

Self-guided online tour | Campus fit quiz


The Polytechnic campus is a close-knit community and is home to 400 first-year students across all majors. It features a desert arboretum, hands-on learning, and flight simulators. On-campus students will find a modern residential facility, a dining hall, a bike co-op program, and a fitness complex.

Self-guided online tour | Campus fit quiz


The close-knit ASU’s West campus hosts 400-first-year students across majors of graduate and undergraduate learning for a blended liberal arts education. Modeled after University of Oxford architecture, visit landmarks such as the Albert Paley-designed gates, extensive public art, and Fletcher Library — home to 250,000 resources for students. Surround yourself with opportunities as you discover metro Phoenix.

Self-guided online tour | Campus fit quiz


ASU at Lake Havasu in western Arizona has a small-college feel and is surrounded by nature and charm. The campus features a low student-to-faculty ratio, reduced tuition, a tight-knit community, and lake views. Degree-seeking business students learn from faculty in an informal environment.

Self-guided online tour | Campus fit quiz

Degree-seeking business students have access to a robust course catalog and can take classes 100% online. With a variety of resources available, students receive support through career services, online tutoring, and ASU Libraries — which includes research databases, electronic journals, e-books, and research material. ASU Online aims to provide a framework for lasting success.

Explore online business degrees | Learn about ASU Online

Discover metro Phoenix

Wherever you learn is an excellent place to be. You can learn on your campus of choice from day one at Arizona State University. And if you want to, you can take classes and attend events at any of ASU’s four metro Phoenix campuses, using our free intercampus shuttles — complete with air conditioning and Wi-Fi. This gives you a massive network of resources and connections to tap into, while ensuring you feel at home on your campus of choice.

The Phoenix area is an ideal location for business students, offering incredible opportunities for personal and professional growth. And it’s exceptionally convenient — situated near other major U.S. cities, dynamic business areas, and more. Here are just a few of the reasons to consider business at ASU:

  • Multiple campus experiences for business students in the Phoenix area
  • Lots to do and explore in 30+ neighboring cities
  • Minutes from top companies, recruiters, and internships
  • 26-mile light rail system and plenty of other ways to get around
  • Frequent direct flights to and from centrally located, international airport
  • Within seven hours by car, or under two hours by plane, of Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, Albuquerque, the Grand Canyon, and more