The Department of Economics supports B.S. programs with majors in economics through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and through the W. P. Carey School of Business as well as an economics Ph.D. program.
In addition to degree programs, the W. P. Carey School offers short courses and certificate programs to meet the needs of managers and executives worldwide. Courses are offered on-campus, online, and at company facilities, and can be customized for groups from a single organization.
The Department of Finance supports degree programs with majors in finance at the B.S. and Ph.D. levels; the W. P. Carey MBA specialization in Financial Management and Markets; and core and elective courses in other W. P. Carey MBAs; the Master of Real Estate Development, and the minor in Real Estate.
The Department of Information Systems supports majors in computer information systems at the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. levels.
Department of Management faculty are leading experts in organizational behavior, human resource management, international management, and strategic management. Faculty take great pride in their numerous local and international awards for research and teaching excellence.
Home of the Center for Services Leadership, the Department of Marketing supports the B.S. major and Ph.D. concentration in Marketing, and hosts the W. P. Carey MBA specialization: Strategic Marketing and Services Leadership.
The W. P. Carey School of Business is no longer enrolling new students in the Master of Health Sector Management degree. The W. P. Carey MHSM continues to be accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Health Management Education (CAHME), and is the only accredited health management program in Arizona.
Arizona State University's Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) is an accelerated 30-week full-immersion program focused on educating students and mid-career professionals in the practices of real estate development. MRED's trans-disciplinary teaching team represents disciplines from the schools of design, law, construction and business. The program aligns classroom instruction with real-world case studies & sophisticated project work involving leading real estate development professionals.
The Morrison School of Agribusiness supports undergraduate business administration concentrations in Global Agribusiness and Food Industry Management, as well as the Ph.D. in Business Administration - Concentration in Agribusiness.
The School of Accountancy supports degree programs with majors in accountancy at the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. levels.
The Department of Supply Chain Management supports the B.S. major, Ph.D. concentration and W. P. Carey MBA specialization in Supply Chain Management.
CAPS Research working in partnership with its global network of executives and academics, is dedicated to the discovery and dissemination of strategic supply management knowledge and best practices. CAPS (Center for Advanced Procurement and Supply) Research is a global research organization jointly sponsored by the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and the Institute for Supply Management®.
CABIT is a research center focused on building bridges with industry. We host monthly events, perform industry-relevant research, and strive to help organizations maximize the potential of their IT resources. Our mission is to support a collaborative community of leading industry professionals and academics to advance business through information technology.
A public service research unit of the W. P. Carey School of Business, the Center for Competitiveness and Prosperity Research specializes in applied research relating to the economics and demographics of Arizona and the metropolitan Phoenix area.
The Center for Entrepreneurship specializes in business education, practice and research to provide relevant programs and information services focused on small and medium-sized businesses.
The Center for Services Leadership links business practice with scholarly knowledge to provide tools, techniques and concepts that service and non-service firms can use as they focus on services and quality as a competitive advantage.
The delivery of a product or service to a final customer involves the interaction of many companies (a firm's suppliers, its supplier's suppliers, etc.), yet very little is known about the behavior of such dynamic systems. Supply chain research has traditionally emphasized the basic buyer-supplier network. The Center for Supply Networks is taking the lead in examining the complexity of the larger supply and distribution networks that more accurately reflect what happens in the real world.
The JPMorgan Chase Economic Outlook Center provides forecasts of employment, retail sales, population growth, real estate and related issues that affect the economies of Arizona, the Western states, Greater Phoenix and Mexico.
The L. William Seidman Research Institute serves as a link between the local, national and international business communities and W. P. Carey School of Business. It collects and disseminates information about local economies, benchmarks industry practices and identifies emerging business research issues.
The Office of Sponsored Research was established to assist W. P. Carey School of Business faculty by ensuring that projects adhere to federal, state and university regulations, by providing pre- and post-award support and by managing the accounting for sponsored research.
The business affairs group supports the school by providing professional, customer focused service with an efficient and practical approach
The Dean's Office oversees the administration of the W. P. Carey School of Business in its upward trajectory to become a top-of-mind business school, noted for its excellence in teaching, research and service.
Focused and flexible, there is a W. P. Carey graduate business program that's right for you, regardless of where you are in your career or life, and whether you live across the street or across the world.
The Marketing & Communications Office supports School departments and programs through professional activities that promote and preserve positive awareness through strategic marketing and communications activities, local and national media relations, and development of branded collateral materials.
Office of Academic Affairs
Development officers work with companies, individuals, alumni and others to build support for scholarships, faculty chairs and professorships, program development, and other needs of the school. Advisory groups such as The Economic Club of Phoenix and The Dean's Council of 100 are also housed here.
The Technology Services Group is responsible for the planning, development, operation, and maintenance of the school's computing systems. Technology Services staff assist faculty and staff in academic and administrative computing applications, provide technical support and instructional development of online and hybrid course content.
The Undergraduate office provides a complete range of services for undergraduate Business students, including advising, career planning/internships, scholarships, mentoring, tutoring, study-abroad opportunities, majors and minors, small business program, and special certificates and more.