Arizona State University (W.P Carey)

Last updated on June 4th, 2019

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Carey’s provide 10 data and analytics courses, including an applied project.

Rank: No. 1 Most innovative university
No. 3 Supply chain management
No. 18 Information systems

Duration: The program is STEM oriented and lasts for over 36 months.

Course Description:
Introduction to Enterprise Analytics
Introduction to Applied Analytics
Data Mining I
Data-Driven Quality Management
Analytical Decision-making Tools I
Data Mining II
Analytical Decision-Making Tools II
Business Analytics Strategy
Marketing Analytics
Applied Project

Application Requirements:

  1. Personal Information
  2. Current resume
  3. Essay Question
  4. GMAT and GRE Scores: The GMAT institutional code for the W. P.
  5. Carey School is 0GZ-1R-32. The ASU Institution code for GRE is 4007 and, if needed, the department code is 000.

  6. Transcripts
  7. Recommender(s) contact information: name, affiliation, and work email address of an individual who can answer questions about your personal qualities, professional success, career aspirations, and ability to perform in a graduate program
  8. Application fee — $70 domestic students; $115 international students

By the Numbers:

Class Size: 172
Average Age: 26
Average GMAT scores: 638
Average GRE scores: 311
Average GPA scores: 3.39
Average TOEFL scores: 98
Average Work Experience: 2.7 years
Male Candidates: 52%
Female Candidates: 48%
International Candidates: 85%
Program Fee:
RESIDENTS: $33,200
Non-Resident: $52,000
International: $54,200

W. P. Carey scholarships reward academic performance, leadership activities, community involvement, and future goals. One-time scholarships range from $3,000-$15,000.

Career Opportunities: W. P. Carey has almost 90,000 alumni around the world which ultimately means that there are endless opportunities to get connected and stay involved.

Top companies like Amazon, Apple and Facebook hired W. P. Carey MS-BA graduates in 2017 and a recent investment by the W. P. Carey Foundation allocates $15 million to career services, meaning better and more access to employers, job postings, career coaching, and more.