The W. P. Carey School of Business delivers the nation’s No. 1 online graduate business program for veterans, according to rankings issued by U.S. News & World Report this week.
The second annual Best Online Programs for Veterans rankings featured two top-ranked graduate programs from Arizona State University: the W. P. Carey School of Business and Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering took respective No. 1 spots for best online master’s program in business and engineering for veterans. Overall, the W. P. Carey Online MBA has been ranked No. 2 in the nation for two consecutive years by U.S. News.
This ranking speaks the high-quality learning experience captured by the W. P. Carey Online MBA program, as well as our ability to meet the specific educational needs of veterans. Through the Online MBA program, you’ll work closely with teammates regardless of where you are in the world, and you’ll enjoy the flexibility and convenience you need to pursue a corporate career and balance current responsibilities with future aspirations.
As an Online MBA student, you’ll team up with peers from a diverse backgrounds to work through the same applied curriculum as on-campus students, and learn from the same renowned faculty who teach in our Full-time and Part-time MBA programs. On-demand technical support helps you stay connected — wherever you are — and a graduate student services team lets you focus on your studies, while we focus on the details.
You can also build upon the real-world supply chain knowledge you’ve gained through military service, with supply chain management as an Online MBA area of emphasis. You can unlock an unparalleled advantage when it comes to climbing military ranks or transitioning into a civilian career, by gaining an in-depth, theoretical foundation in supply chain that complements your practical knowledgebase. The flexibility of our program also allows you to earn the No. 1 ranked online engineering master’s degree for veterans through the Fulton Schools of Engineering concurrently — saving you both time and money compared to earning them separately.
Veterans enjoy additional academic resources and transition services at the university level — ASU continues to maximize learning opportunities and success for veterans through the Pat Tillman Veterans Center, and the university has been recognized by Military Times Edge and G.I. Jobs for longstanding commitment to veterans and their families.
Find out more about the W. P. Carey School’s No. 1 ranked graduate business program for veterans, and discover ways the Online MBA can help you achieve lasting success.