ASU is a good program that serves a certain niche. It’s known exclusively for its supply chain management degree and doesn‘t hide that fact. If that’s an area of interest for you I would definitely recommend. I’ve been to a few information sessions and had by app ready to submit but ultimately decided to go elsewhere for a change of scenery. They have a small full time class and placed 100% in internships last year. Dr. Dan Brooks is very entertaining you will not fall asleep in his class. I also found their admissions staff to be very responsive and helpful. One thing to watch out for though because Cary’s a small program, trying to make a name for its self, admissions pays particular attention to GMAT’s and GPA’s.
(Tempe’s not a bad place to spend a couple years either. 70 degrees all winter and you won’t be in town during the scorching summer. As a bonus the cost of living is dirt cheap.)
If you have any particular questions let me know.