W.P. Carey School of Business – Arizona State University - Fast-Track MBA
ASU Carey Fast-Track MBA Program Structure
Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business recently introduced its brand new Fast-track MBA program, the first accelerated format MBA offered at ASU.
The program can be taken in two separate formats: over 12 months (three terms); or over 18 months (four terms), part-time. Those enrolled in the 18-month track have the option to complete some classes online, while those in the 12-month track must complete all courses two nights per week at the ASU Tempe campus.
Courses in the program are modeled after ASU Carey’s Flex MBA program, of which include the following: Organizational Behavior; Statistics for Business; Financial Accounting; Global Economics; Managerial Economics; Managerial Finance; Marketing Management; Managerial Accounting; Operations and Supply Chain Management; Ethical Management; Strategic Management; and Decision-making with Business Analytics.
Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
Tuition and fees for the 12-month 12-month ASU WP Carey Fast-track MBA program is currently $33,784, regardless of residency. The 18-month track is currently $39,045. A non-refundable $500 deposit is required to hold a spot in the program, credited towards to total cost.
All enrolled students are automatically considered for scholarship consideration. Along with federal and/or private loan options, students can potentially fund their education through employment sponsorship. Armed Services members and veterans may also be eligible for tuition funding, and an application waiver.
With a completed online application, applicants to the ASU WP Carey Fast-Track MBA must also submit:
• Official transcripts
• A current resume
• Essay question responses
• Application fee ($70 for domestic students, $115 for international students)
• Proof of English of proficiency (if necessary)
Applicants must have at least two years of professional work experience in order to qualify for the program.
Application deadlines are as follows:
Round Three – Feb. 4, 2020 (International deadline)
Round Four – April 4, 2020 (Priority consideration)
Round Five – June 30, 2020 (Final deadline)