Continuing Learning with Arizona State University .
Fact Sheet | June 30, 2019
This primer provides an overview of Chemonics and Arizona State University’s partnership that forged a MiniMaster in Global Supply Chain Management that serves an entry point into two Masters programs.
In 2018, as part of Chemonics’ commitment to continual learning and higher education for its global workforce, Chemonics and ASU teamed up to provide Chemonics’ employees across the globe with a first-of-its-kind opportunity to pursue pathways to continual education at a prestigious university in a flexible, low-cost format. This MiniMasters program was custom designed by Chemonics practitioners in global supply chain management and renowned ASU professors with decades of applicable experience. The courses allow practitioners to share their experiences across countries. Learners who complete the program receive a professional credential from ASU and nine graduate-level course credits that can be applied toward one of two master’s degree programs at ASU. These are the Master of Science in Global Technology and Development Applied International Development Concentration (GTD-AID) from the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and the Master of Applied Leadership and Management (MALM) from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.