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.

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