ASU - Carey Announces New STEM-Designated MBA Program

International graduates of the program will be eligible for an additional 24 months of post-MBA visa time

Arizona State University Carey School of Business has announced that its MBAs programs are now STEM-designated.

From 2020, international students who graduate from the program will be eligible to add an additional 24 to their post-study 'OPT' visa, bringing the total to 36 months. This means more opportunity for employment, networking, and other professional development activities in the US.

With the new designation, ASU joins a growing number of business schools offering STEM-designated MBA programs. 

For more information, please see the ASU news release announcing the STEM designation.

See the list of the best STEM-designated MBA programs on FIND MBA.

Comments


Related Business Schools

Tempe, Arizona 26 Followers 65 Discussions

More MBA News

Sep 11, 2023

The GMAC MBA Tour Lands in Africa Sept. 13-19

Sep 11, 2023

More MBA News

MBA Articles

Bright MBA Job Prospects Amidst Economic Uncertainty

Sep 25, 2023

What industries are currently experiencing the highest demand for MBA talent?

Mastering MBA Admissions: From Waitlist to Acceptance

Sep 11, 2023

Discover expert insights and proven tactics to navigate MBA acceptances, waitlist notifications, and rejections

GMAT Score Inflation: What it Means for MBA Applicants

Aug 31, 2023

The rise in GMAT scores has heightened the admission standards for exclusive MBA programs, making the selection process even more stringent

More Articles

Related Top 10 Lists

More Top 10 Lists