Undergraduate - The ASU Tempe Campus
The ASU Tempe Campus
Subtropical landscaping, imaginative architecture, and broad pedestrian malls highlight the historic ASU Tempe campus. From Old Main and University Bridge to "A" Mountain and Cady Fountain, the Sun Devil tradition and spirit can be seen across the entire campus, which is surrounded by the energy of downtown Tempe.
The Tempe campus is home to more than 55,000 students, and serves as the main campus for ASU. The Sun Devils' athletic complex, performing arts facilities and high-tech research space create a dynamic and engaging learning environment.
The W. P. Carey School on the Tempe Campus
Arizona State's highly ranked W. P. Carey School of Business offers innovative programs designed to let you fully explore diverse and specific fields of study while providing you a thorough business education. You'll be equipped for a technology-rich global economy through a core business curriculum, real-world projects and internships.
On the Tempe campus, W. P. Carey offers freshmen and transfer students the opportunity to receive a Bachelor of Science degree in one of seven business disciplines or a Bachelor of Arts degree in seven distinct disciplines.
Bachelor of Science degrees:
Bachelor of Arts degrees:
The first two years of all business degrees can be taken at any of the W. P. Carey campus locations: Tempe, Polytechnic in the East Valley, in West Phoenix, and Downtown Phoenix.
Business Career Center
The W. P. Carey Business Career Center can help you maximize your business career options by providing a comprehensive array of services and resources, including career coaching, career seminars and workshops, career fairs, mock interviews, and resume and cover letter critiques.
Tempe Faculty Q & A
My attention span for vacations is not very good, but London (huge metropolis), Maui (complete relaxation), and almost anywhere in California (family getaways) are some of my favorite places to visit.What is your area of research?
I am a full-time instructor to over 1,500 students per year, so outside of research and development for my in-person and online course, academic research is limited. I do develop educational videos, though. I developed a supply chain management video series.
Right now, I'm helping to write and produce videos that explain all the majors offered through the W. P. Carey School of Business, plus I'm writing an Introduction to Business video "textbook" for Pearson Publishing.Where is your "never fail" lunch spot on or near campus?
Z-Tejas off Mill Avenue – not too full, never empty, but always easy to get a very good meal during lunch. Gets me away from the office for a bit, and gives me fuel to get through long afternoons of lecturing.
What's the most rewarding part about teaching?
I teach supply chain management, a relatively obscure topic for most young students. The fact many of my students get to discover this really incredible field through my lectures is an absolute honor. When students tell me that they want to change their majors (and lives) because of my class – that is completely satisfying.What do you do enjoy doing in your free time?
Practicing Anusara yoga is my absolute favorite thing to do. I also enjoy running super-geeky advance metric fantasy baseball and football leagues, and I am an absolute media junkie.