Welcome to the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering! We have a host of virtual events lined up to help orient you to your major, help you get involved in student orgs and find resources to help you be successful at ASU.
ASU’s School for the Future of Innovation in Society is offering a new master’s degree in public interest technology.
This online degree program’s purpose is to create leaders in technology who will imagine, design and use tech for social good.
The new Master of Science in Innovation and Venture Development is looking for ambitious, bold, creative thinkers with an insatiable desire to start something that makes a difference in the world. In other words, you!
This degree program is a partnership between the Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and the W. P. Carey School of Business — a master’s program that delivers what’s been missing from other entrepreneurial programs: studio-based, student-centric, experiential learning. Come in with a passion to build something, leave as a founder.
Rhett Trujilo has a degree in agronomy, an MBA, and a life-long commitment to innovation and entrepreneurship, which he teaches at the W. P. Carey School of Business. He is one of the extraordinary faculty committed to helping MSIVD students make the difference they want to make in the world. Watch a video from Trujilo.
What: A partnership between the schools of engineering, business and design — a master’s program that delivers what’s been missing from other entrepreneurial programs: studio-based, student-centric, experiential learning. Come in with a passion to build something, leave as a founder. The degree has a STEM certification, which activates expanded benefits for veterans, as well as scholarship programs structured to support students in STEM-related fields. It also provides international students with a 24-month Optional Practical Training extension beyond the standard 12-month OPT limit. Learn more.
When: Fall 2020, before you know it. The priority deadline for applications is Wednesday, April 15, 2020, followed by rolling deadlines until fall.
Where: The new Novus Innovation corridor in Tempe; in a space made for creative collaboration.
Why: Leave with a roadmap for successful ventures, whether you’re looking to start something on your own or lead innovation inside a large organization. Three schools, one integrated program, one year. Your venture.
Take the Leap. Apply now!
Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, and the W. P. Carey School
The College of Health Solutions is now accepting applications for the master’s degree in auditory and language neuroscience. This customizable, hands-on, degree prepares students for doctoral level studies in medicine, health and neuroscience. For more information, please see https://chs.asu.edu/programs/auditory-and-language-neuroscience-ms and http://neuroimaging.lab.asu.edu/aln-masters
The Biomimicry Center and School of Sustainability urge students to explore this question through the new undergraduate certificate in biomimicry.
Biomimicry is a growing discipline that aims to apply designs and processes found in nature to create solutions for human challenges. This certificate, one of the first in the world, aims to help you integrate the principles of biomimicry into your discipline.
Are you thinking about graduate school?
Hear from student panelists about their experiences in grad school at ASU. They will discuss the opportunities at ASU and elsewhere, the 4+1 Accelerated Master’s program and all the deadlines you need to know.
Graduate Degree Panel
Monday, November 19, 2018
Engineering Center G (ECG) 104, Tempe campus [map]
This panel is hosted by ASU’s SWE. Refreshments will be provided.