Junior Analytics

Create your future in analytics as a junior.

Our analytics community will provide you with on-demand career support and direction at every stage of your career management journey. Bookmark this page and return throughout the year to see what you need to know (and do!) now and later. Here you’ll find resources, advice, events, personal connections, and other career opportunities — created and curated for junior business analytics, computer information systems, information security, and statistics students.

  • Business Data Analytics

    Launch a dynamic career with global potential, in a business world increasingly ruled by data. 90 percent of employers indicate that demand for business data analytics will increase in the future. With your business degree from W. P. Carey, you will be able to jump into roles such as data analysts, data architects, data visualization developers, or data change agents for business and government organizations.

    Learn more: Career Fast Facts | W. P. Carey Advising | ASU Degree Search

  • Computer Information Systems

    Meet the rising demand for experts in systems analysis, business applications programming, software development, and decision support across business sectors. With your business degree from W. P. Carey, you will learn how to design, build, and maintain information systems that support business operations and managerial decisions.

    Learn more: Career Fast Facts | W. P. Carey Advising | ASU Degree Search

  • Information Security

    Discover why data security and risk management are critical, and learn about cyber infrastructure and information security in the context of enterprises across industries. With a business degree from W. P. Carey, you will be prepared to thrive in an increasingly digital world, and develop basic information security technical competency relevant for most organizations.

    Learn more: Career Fast Facts | W. P. Carey Advising | ASU Degree Search

  • Statistics

    Involving both theoretical and applied statistics, the W. P. Carey business degree in statistics focuses on practical and applied aspects of statistics. Learn how to draw business insights from the past, present and future, and develop a skillset with real-world significance and global potential.

    Learn more: Career Fast Facts | W. P. Carey Advising | ASU Degree Search

How you can expect to engage in your job search

Three ways b-school students find jobs

There are three primary ways business school students find jobs. Understanding which of these is part of your job search will help you build an efficient plan. Although each of these types of job searches requires a different plan, they all require the same core capabilities for success: Personal narrative, market research, networking, applications, and interviewing. Let us help you figure it out!

  • On-campus/Global Job Search
    The majority of on-campus recruiting happens in the fall semester with a smaller set of firms doing campus recruiting in the spring. This requires you to be prepped and ready to interview soon after school starts. If the firms you are focused on do not visit ASU’s campus, then you will need to supplement your On-campus strategy with a Networked or Just-in-time job search.
  • Networked Job Search
    All job searches require networking skills. If you are targeting firms that do not recruit on-campus at ASU then a Networked job search is your avenue. This requires a proactive approach to research, as well as developing relationships with the goal of building advocates within a firm. You’ll need to ensure your personal narrative and job search skills are well developed to convince these firms to consider you.
  • Just-in-time Job Search
    A majority of firms, whether they participate in on-campus recruiting or not, will have a need for immediate hires throughout the year. Although applications are submitted at the time of need, your preparation and networking should be ongoing in order to be ready when these opportunities arise. These opportunities can be limited and are not predictable, so you’ll want to view this as a back-up strategy, rather than an excuse to delay your job search.

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What You Need to Know

Explore targeted perspectives written for you by career experts. Updated throughout the year, this content is designed to match your current needs and delivered when you need it most.

Career Courses

Explore the curriculum that launches W. P. Carey careers. Timed and designed to align with your program of study, you will engage in courses that directly support your career confidence, capabilities, and prospects.

WPC 348 Junior Networking Foundations

Prof. Career Management Career Coach
Course Description: Career relationship-building techniques and full-time, job-readiness skills. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite(s): Business major; WPC 248 or 347 with C…

WPC 347 Intermediate Career Management

Prof. Career Management Career Coach
Course Description: Skills for transfer students for balancing career preparation with academic success as they transition to the W.P. Carey…

WPC 484 Internships and Applied Academics

Prof. Career Management Career Coach
Course Description: Structured practical experience following a contract or plan, supervised by faculty and practitioners. Enrollment Requirements: None Fees: None…


Featured Resources

These resources have been specifically curated to aid you in your career goal setting and job search.

Vault Guides

Vault Guides offer detailed industry overviews and outlooks to help you dig into your research, make career decisions, and prepare for interviews.

Vault Career Guide to Health Care Management, Fourth Edition

Health care management, also known as health care administration, encompasses a wide range of jobs in a variety of organizations, …

Vault Guide to Security and Investigation Jobs, Second Edition

The Vault Guides to Jobs series provides essential information about key careers and industries, with an emphasis on preparing for a career …

Vault Career Guide to Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology, Third Edition

Worldwide, more than 2,700 pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies comprise a trillion-dollar industry, with many of the top companies—and one of …

Student Organizations

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ASU Mentor Network

Mentoring makes a difference. Connect with ASU alums and community members to access support for your own professional development and gain career insights from people who've been there.

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