W.P. Carey School of Business

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The school of business at Arizona State University. It enrolls approximately 7,800 undergraduate and 1,500 graduate-level students. The W.P. Carey School of Business offers undergraduate and graduate programs in a variety of business disciplines, including accounting, economics, international business, human resources, marketing, management and finance.

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Located in Tempe, Arizona, the W.P. Carey School of Business was established in 1961. It is one of the largest business schools in the United States in terms of enrollment. In 2009, the school was ranked 56th out of 75 schools according to Forbes.
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