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Career Preparation A-
Students and Culture A-
Facilities A
Activities and Groups A-
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Arizona State University-Tempe is a large, public, four-year university enrolling 51,984 students and offering 316 degrees in Tempe, AZ.

Study Areas, Degree Popularity

Check out the most popular majors and specific degrees students have earned at Arizona State University-Tempe.

*Sources for school statistics and data include the U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics and the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System. Data may vary depending on school and academic year.
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Business
3,549 recent grads, 4 study levels
Degree Name
Associates
Bachelor's
Master's
Certificate
Doctoral
Accounting
269
119
Business Administration and Management
238
546
31
Commerce
47
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services
630
11
Economics
217
5
6
Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations
12
Entrepreneurship/entrepreneurial Studies
9
Finance
270
16
International Business
212
Management Science
230
25
Marketing
24
Marketing/marketing Management
275
Purchasing, Procurement/acquisitions and Contracts Management
298
0
Small Business Administration/management
24
Taxation
35
*Number of people in 2015 that graduated with this degree and study level.
2
Human and Social Sciences
2,551 recent grads, 4 study levels
Degree Name
Associates
Bachelor's
Master's
Certificate
Doctoral
African-American/black Studies
1
African Studies
2
American Indian/native American Studies
13
5
Anthropology
123
10
10
Applied and Professional Ethics
7
Applied Linguistics
4
Area Studies
6
Asian Studies/civilization
7
5
Cognitive Science
6
Demography and Population Studies
1
East Asian Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
25
2
East Asian Studies
1
Educational Psychology
1
9
Ethics
12
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies
2
4
1
Family and Community Services
21
Family Resource Management Studies
199
5
Hispanic-American, Puerto Rican, and Mexican-American/chicano Studies
9
History
114
10
11
International/global Studies
119
6
115
1
Korean Studies
2
Language Interpretation and Translation
3
Latin American Studies
5
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
3
Marriage and Family Therapy/counseling
5
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
1
Multi-/interdisciplinary Studies
408
16
Multi-/interdisciplinary Studies
6
Museology/museum Studies
2
2
Philosophy
35
5
2
Political Science
328
5
4
Political Science
45
Psychology
477
24
18
Religion/religious Studies
14
5
5
Religion/religious Studies
18
Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies
3
Science, Technology and Society
7
0
2
Social Sciences
27
Sociology
166
0
4
4
Speech-Language Pathology Assistant
23
Women's Studies
7
3
*Number of people in 2015 that graduated with this degree and study level.
3
Engineering
2,395 recent grads, 4 study levels
Degree Name
Associates
Bachelor's
Master's
Certificate
Doctoral
Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical/space Engineering
80
34
2
Architecture
39
49
5
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering
103
66
3
Biological/biosystems Engineering
0
9
Chemical Engineering
99
31
4
City/urban, Community and Regional Planning
92
25
Civil Engineering
105
48
13
Computer Engineering
41
54
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
164
359
31
Engineering
11
Engineering
32
Engineering/industrial Management
16
Engineering Science
23
0
Environmental Design/architecture
3
Environmental Studies
98
37
4
15
Geographic Information Science and Cartography
33
Industrial and Product Design
26
17
Industrial Engineering
53
103
10
Interior Architecture
4
Landscape Architecture
25
7
Materials Engineering
15
26
13
Mechanical Engineering
175
138
10
Nanotechnology
8
Nuclear Engineering
3
Real Estate Development
20
Solar Energy Technology/technician
6
Transportation/mobility Management
8
*Number of people in 2015 that graduated with this degree and study level.
4
Education and Liberal Arts
2,147 recent grads, 4 study levels
Degree Name
Associates
Bachelor's
Master's
Certificate
Doctoral
Applied Mathematics
7
Applied Mathematics
7
7
Arabic Language and Literature
5
Art Studies
183
33
Child Development
21
8
Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
3
Communication Disorders Sciences and Services
29
Communication Sciences and Disorders
76
4
Counselor Education/school Counseling and Guidance Services
40
5
Creative Writing
11
Curriculum and Instruction
25
27
Early Childhood Education and Teaching
67
Education
72
Education Policy Analysis
7
Educational Evaluation and Research
5
Educational/instructional Technology
16
0
9
Educational Leadership and Administration
0
9
Elementary Education and Teaching
128
33
English Language and Literature
226
21
19
Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
5
1
French Language and Literature
22
3
0
German Language and Literature
14
1
Higher Education/higher Education Administration
63
0
History and Philosophy of Science and Technology
4
Italian Language and Literature
4
Liberal Arts
18
Music Teacher Education
15
17
Russian Language and Literature
9
Secondary Education and Teaching
124
44
Spanish Language and Literature
48
11
7
Special Education and Teaching
82
28
Speech Communication and Rhetoric
466
0
4
Sport and Fitness Administration/management
9
Teaching English As a Second or Foreign Language/esl Language Instructor
20
25
*Number of people in 2015 that graduated with this degree and study level.
5
Mathematics and Science
1,371 recent grads, 4 study levels
Degree Name
Associates
Bachelor's
Master's
Certificate
Doctoral
Actuarial Science
1
Astrophysics
1
1
Biochemistry
239
1
15
Biology
506
17
14
Botany
0
1
Cellular and Molecular Biology
1
8
Chemistry
27
3
22
Computational Mathematics
10
Conservation Biology
1
Environmental Biology
3
1
Geography
66
6
58
9
Geology/earth Science
0
4
8
Informatics
5
1
Mathematics
95
7
4
Mathematics and Statistics
1
Microbiology
63
1
2
Molecular Biology
32
Natural Sciences
6
Neuroscience
7
Physical Sciences
31
Physics
39
5
17
Statistics
13
18
1
*Number of people in 2015 that graduated with this degree and study level.
6
Art and Design
640 recent grads, 4 study levels
Degree Name
Associates
Bachelor's
Master's
Certificate
Doctoral
Dance
13
3
Design and Applied Arts
133
15
Digital Arts
50
Drama and Dramatics/theatre Arts
42
6
3
Film/video and Photographic Arts
136
2
Graphic Design
41
Interior Design
30
Music
9
3
31
Music Performance
41
46
Music Theory and Composition
1
0
Music Therapy/therapist
13
2
Visual and Performing Arts
12
Visual and Performing Arts
3
Writing
5
*Number of people in 2015 that graduated with this degree and study level.
7
Computer Technology
623 recent grads, 4 study levels
Degree Name
Associates
Bachelor's
Master's
Certificate
Doctoral
Computer and Information Sciences
154
Computer Science
169
258
29
Computer Software and Media Applications
13
*Number of people in 2015 that graduated with this degree and study level.
8
Legal and Law
465 recent grads, 4 study levels
Degree Name
Associates
Bachelor's
Master's
Certificate
Doctoral
Advanced Legal Research/studies
45
Law
223
Legal Research and Advanced Professional Studies
3
48
Legal Studies
117
15
14
*Number of people in 2015 that graduated with this degree and study level.
9
Trades and Careers
105 recent grads, 3 study levels
Degree Name
Associates
Bachelor's
Master's
Certificate
Doctoral
Construction Engineering
8
8
Construction Management
61
24
4
*Number of people in 2015 that graduated with this degree and study level.
10
Communication and Media
21 recent grads, 3 study levels
Degree Name
Associates
Bachelor's
Master's
Certificate
Doctoral
Communication and Media Studies
2
Design and Visual Communications
7
Digital Communication and Media/multimedia
0
2
Mass Communication
8
Publishing
2
*Number of people in 2015 that graduated with this degree and study level.
11
Healthcare
9 recent grads, 3 study levels
Degree Name
Associates
Bachelor's
Master's
Certificate
Doctoral
Audiology/audiologist and Speech-Language Pathology/pathologist
8
Kinesiology and Exercise Science
1
*Number of people in 2015 that graduated with this degree and study level.
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Online Programs

Check out the online programs offered at Arizona State University-Tempe.

Degree Name
Associates
Bachelor's
Master's
Certificate
Doctoral
Business Administration and Management
Construction Management
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Engineering
Engineering Science
Environmental Studies
Geography Teacher Education
Industrial Engineering
International Business
International/global Studies
*Sources for school statistics and data include the U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics and the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System. Data may vary depending on school and academic year.
School Accreditation Information
This institution is accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Specialized institution accreditations:
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Nursing (CNDNP) - Nursing education programs at the doctorate degree levels
Nursing (CNURED) - Nursing education programs at the baccalaureate degree levels
Nursing (CNURED) - Nursing education programs at the graduate degree levels
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics Dietetics (DIETI) - Dietetic Internship
Didactic Program in Dietetics
American Psychological Association, Commission on Accreditation Professional Psychology (IPSY) - Predoctoral internship programs
Clinical Psychology (CLPSY) - PhD Doctoral programs
Counseling Psychology (COPSY) - PhD Doctoral programs
School Psychology (SCPSY) - PhD Doctoral programs
American Bar Association, Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar Law (LAW) - Professional schools
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Clinical doctoral program in Audiology
Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) - Graduate degree programs
National Association of Schools of Art and Design, Commission on Accreditation Art and Design (ART) - Degree-granting schools and departments and non-degree-granting programs National Association of Schools of Music, Commission on Accreditation Music (MUS) - Institutions and units within institutions offering degree-granting and/or non-degree-granting programs
*Source data obtained from U.S. Department of Education's Office of Post-secondary Education (OPE)
Alumni & Student Reviews
A- Excellent
Career Preparation
What letter grade would you give your school on how well it prepares students for a career in the real world?
Based on 38 Reviews
Alumni
Statistics , Class of 2003
great professors and relevant, practical courses
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Markekting , Class of 1980
I believe there are a lot of tools now but I graduated quite awhile ago
Rated January 2016
Alumni
secondary education , Class of 1998
study groups, job fairs, planning lessons, creating assessments, classroom management and content
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Operations Production Management , Class of 1994
The general business education was good; the OPM (now Supply Chain Management) portion was limited and not particularly helpful to being an operations manager. At the time APICS was the only networking opportunity.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Electrical Engineering , Class of 1992
I graduated 30 years ago, how the hell would I know?
Rated January 2016
Alumni
MPA , Class of 1995
Who cares?#@! If I wanted an education for a career I would have gone to a vocational school.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
BSN , Class of 1979
Working in groups, practicing with life like visuals
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Nursing , Class of 2002
Clinicals give students the opportunity to be out in the field while learning
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Sociology , Class of 2012
Online classes, multiple courses that were relevant right away in my daily work life
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Electrical Engineering , Class of 1977
Engineering is a top paying field. The university had a capable career center that was bringing in employers to interview students. I used this process to procure my first job at Tektronix.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
BSE in Computer and Electrical Engineering , Class of 1985
There were classes that taught real-world problem solving and engineering communications
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration , Class of 2004
International relations courses with networking opportunities through clubs such as Business Students Associations.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
B.S. Physical Geography , Class of 1997
Career fairs, on-line material, on campus interviews, monthly networking opportunities in the evening,
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Communications , Class of 1995
Curriculum prepares students for a career in the real world. A college degree of any kind is a sure resume booster.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Bachelor's in Social Work , Class of 2012
Professors who have worked in the field and studied the field extensively. We had a required internship for two semesters at a professional organization. We had classes where we brought practical cases to discussion with colleagues.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Broadcasting , Class of 2001
I felt that the financial classes hat were offered helped a lot. I also found my minor in human communications to be very valuable on dealing with people.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Masters, Education , Class of 2009
Student teaching experience throughout the entire program, not just one student teaching semester.
Rated January 2016
A- Excellent
Students and Culture
What letter grade would you give the students/culture at your school?
Based on 38 Reviews
Alumni
German , Class of 2013
The culture is different dependent on the type of student you want to be. ASU has a bad "party" reputation. However, I wouldn't describe the all the students or the entire student body culture that way. The people I spent time with were invested students who were passionate about their field of study. It was an accepting culture as they were happy to hear what other students were learning.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
MTESOL , Class of 2012
It's a huge university with an abundance of international students and social clubs
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Markekting , Class of 1980
Good business school. Party school...
Rated January 2016
Alumni
secondary education , Class of 1998
at that time ASU West was smaller, friendlier had more community.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
MBA , Class of 1987
Driven to succeed, diverse backgrounds working together
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Operations Production Management , Class of 1994
In those days the campus was torn up with new construction and the peaceful atmosphere for study was not there. Road obstructions, zero nearby parking, etc. Happy student body twenty years younger than my age--no involvement.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Design management , Class of 2014
Wide variety. There is a place for everyone
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Electrical Engineering , Class of 1992
Well, 30 years ago they were OK.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
MPA , Class of 1995
I did not live on campus.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Nursing , Class of 2002
Diverse although the nursing program is not
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Sociology , Class of 2012
Students varied from right out of high school to retirement age, which really helped maximize the conversations and understanding of topics in the classes. All races, religions, sexual orientation were represented. It was a great environment for learning.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Electrical Engineering , Class of 1977
2/3 commuting students from the Phoenix area. Sober, focused individuals.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
B.S. Physical Geography , Class of 1997
The culture is pretty welcoming for a large university.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Psychology , Class of 1987
Very large, urban school with large classes. Need to be self-directed and self-focused to succeed. Excellent help is there if you seek it out.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Communications , Class of 1995
This was over 20 years ago.... but it was fun and fast paced.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Bachelor's in Social Work , Class of 2012
At my particular school, students were motivated by a desire to help others. They wanted to make the world a better place.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Broadcasting , Class of 2001
Our school at the time was a very mixed bag. A lot of students did no live on campus. At the time it was hard to have a real spirit for the school because it felt like a big city, not a school.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Master's of Social Work , Class of 2013
This question is too broad; who wrote this survey?
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Masters, Education , Class of 2009
Cohort of students that take all classes together - very close-knit.
Rated January 2016
A Excellent
Facilities
What letter grade would you give the facilities at your school.
Based on 38 Reviews
Alumni
German , Class of 2013
Great resources, safe, and clean. The one thing ASU lacks are facilities that are recycling, eco-friendly, and organic rather than processed food chains. ew.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
MTESOL , Class of 2012
You name it they have it, the computers in the university commons are slow, slow, slow
Rated January 2016
Alumni
secondary education , Class of 1998
dining is good, labs and library are good, personnel are good, bookstore is good, grounds are lovely, parking is ok.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Electrical Engineering , Class of 1992
Well, 30 years ago, they were OK.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
MPA , Class of 1995
I did not live on campus.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
BSN , Class of 1979
interesting, no computer labs in the mid-1970s
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Social work , Class of 2000
Very nice. I attended the west campus which had newer buildings.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Sociology , Class of 2012
Didn't go to the facility. Online only.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Electrical Engineering , Class of 1977
Engineering requires labs. All of the upper division classes required hands on lab experiences. The dorms were adequate, but since most students live off campus, they were a small part of the school. The campus is very large. Walking across campus is actually difficult. Walking from the parking lot to the campus is also hard. I used a bicycle for part of the time, and a motorcycle the rest.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
religious studies , Class of 2011
we had all of the above
Rated January 2016
Alumni
BSE in Computer and Electrical Engineering , Class of 1985
Mostly old and stuffy and too hot.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
B.S. Physical Geography , Class of 1997
Many dining options and multiple computer labs to use. The classrooms and labs vary in size. There are classrooms that can hold up to up to 500 students and some that hold as little as 20.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Psychology , Class of 1987
Top of the line with all except dining halls.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Communications , Class of 1995
computer commons and dining halls were top notch. I lived off campus. Most of the classrooms were decent. Some needed updating.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Bachelor's in Social Work , Class of 2012
Clean, user friendly, good atmosphere.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Broadcasting , Class of 2001
The library was very nice. They had a nice Student Union
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Master's of Social Work , Class of 2013
Decent, new facilities are great but not at the expense of continuously increasing tuition.
Rated January 2016
A- Excellent
Activities and Groups
What overall letter grade would you give the activities/groups at your school?
Based on 38 Reviews
Alumni
MTESOL , Class of 2012
Can not day there are way too many
Rated January 2016
Alumni
secondary education , Class of 1998
the new college idea and implementation is forward thinking
Rated January 2016
Alumni
MBA , Class of 1987
All Sun Devil sports; participation in City of Tempe events
Rated January 2016
Alumni
B. Sc Marketing , Class of 1989
location near Oxford University, UK
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Design management , Class of 2014
Football is popular. There are a lot of different groups so everyone can find something for them
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Electrical Engineering , Class of 1992
I don't remember; mostly, I was studying for an engineering degree.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Social work , Class of 2000
Not much. Many of the classes were geared for working students.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Sociology , Class of 2012
To Write Love on Her Arms
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Electrical Engineering , Class of 1977
Watching football, Choral union.Theater. Concerts.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
English , Class of 1985
attending sporting events; semester abroad
Rated January 2016
Alumni
B.S. Physical Geography , Class of 1997
There is a club for everything.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Psychology , Class of 1987
The ability to interact and work with Internationally known researchers and teachers. Many Nobel prize winners etc!
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Communications , Class of 1995
Popular would be gathering at the MU and laying out at our pool.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Broadcasting , Class of 2001
Hiking Club, Bowling Team. Football Team
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Master's of Social Work , Class of 2013
Seriously, who wrote these broad questions?
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Masters, Education , Class of 2009
This masters-level program was strictly academic.
Rated January 2016
Alumni
Psychology , Class of 2006
Sports, Fraternities/Sororities, Social Clubs
Rated January 2016
Featured Alumni Review
Katie
Bachelors degree in Justice Studies and Social Inquiry, Class of 2005

U The professors are so talented, compassionate, and well-versed within their fields of study. In addition, the students who attend are laid-back in nature, very focused on their studies, and extremely friendly. One cannot go wrong when choosing ASU Tempe Main Campus.

Featured Alumni Review
Amya
Bachelor degree in Business Graphic Information Technology, Class of 2010

U ASU's sheer size and number of programs they offer was a huge draw for me. You can totally customize your academic experience to suit your interests, and also choose to add minors, certificates, or concentrations in pretty much anything. For example, you could choose a B.A. or B.S. in Communication, based on your interests and strengths! This is something I couldn't do at just any university.

Featured Alumni Review
Sam
Business Marketing and Minor in Communications, Class of 2010

U W.P. Carey School of Business offers you a Top 20 ranked business education that is tailored towards a totally different type of aspiring business leader. The lectures are framed in a more hands on and entrepreneurial fashion, constantly challenging you to think outside the box and be different. You also have a melting pot of students from all around the nation that come to enjoy life in Tempe, so networking is huge.

Questions and Answers about Arizona State University-Tempe

Do you have questions about furthering your education with Arizona State University-Tempe? People are listening and are ready to help. Plus, we're pretty sure others have the same question you do!

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Who are the notable alumni?
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Notable past ASU alumni include James Harden – NBA guard for the Houston Rockets; NBA All-Star; '11–'12 Sixth Man of the Year; Olympic gold medalist; Jimmy Kimmel – actor, comedian, and TV host; Kate Spade – fashion designer, business owner; John Seibel – host of ESPNEWS and SportsNation on ESPN Radio; and David Spade – comedian and actor.

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What is the campus setting like?
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ASU is spread across campuses in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area; however, unlike most multi-campus institutions, ASU describes itself as "one university in many places." ASU's Tempe campus is located in urban downtown Tempe, Arizona, about eight miles east of downtown Phoenix. The West campus sits on 250 acres in a suburban area of northwest Phoenix. The 600-acre Polytechnic campus is located 33 miles southeast of downtown Phoenix and sits on the former Williams Air Force Base. The newest of ASU's four campuses, the Downtown Phoenix campus was established in 2006 on the north side of Downtown Phoenix. The campus has an urban design, with several large modern academic buildings intermingled with commercial and retail office buildings.

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What are the online learning and extension/adult learning opportunities?
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ASU is a top-rated provider of online degrees and certificates and has been offering online degree programs since 2006-2007 through ASU Online. Currently, ASU offers more than 70 undergraduate and graduate degrees completely online. Every class is recorded and archived so students can access lecture material whenever they choose.

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What are the athletic highlights?
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ASU Sun Devils compete in 20 varsity sports in the Pac-12 conference; the school’s NCAA Division 1-A program competes in 9. They are best known for high performances in men’s, women’s and co-ed archery and badminton; women’s golf, swimming and diving; baseball and football. ASU has won 23 national collegiate team championships in the following sports: baseball (5), men's golf (2), women's golf (7), men's gymnastics (1), softball (2), men's indoor track (1), women's indoor track (2), men's outdoor track (1), women's outdoor track (1), and wrestling (1).

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What are the school's academic highlights?
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ASU offers over 250 majors to undergraduate students, and more than 100 graduate programs. ASU's School of Sustainability, which began enrolling students in 2008, is the first school in the United States dedicated to exploring the principles of sustainability, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in the subject. The 2016 U.S. News & World Report ranked ASU 62nd among public universities. The student-faculty ratio at ASU’s main campus is 22:1 with 40.7 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students. ASU has a 43 percent 4-year graduation rate. Sports and media studies, food industry management, tourism — these are just a few of the degrees offered at Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business. Others include more traditional programs like management, marketing, and finance. Whichever major you choose, you’ll be encouraged to rethink the nature of business, engage the world, and create a better future on a global scale. That’s what attracts more than 8,300 undergraduate students and 1,500 graduate students to the business school, making it one of the nation’s largest. But if you think a large student body means students feel like a guppy in a really big shark tank, think again. The school creates a close-knit community through small classes, team-based learning, and individualized attention. Remember that one time at Carey camp? All W. P. Carey students can say “yes” to that one. Everyone’s program starts at Carey camp where first-year students get together for an outdoor adventure in the cool pines of northern Arizona.

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