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Repeats every week every Wednesday until Thu Apr 23 2020.
This event last occurred April 22, 2020
The School of Life Sciences (SOLS) has partnered with ASU’s Thunderbird School of Global Management to offer a specialized and accelerated 4+1 Master of Global Management degree that delivers cross-cultural, hands-on training in the nuances of international management, preparing you with the perfect balance of practical and people skills to inspire, influence and drive global success.
Through the 4+1 program, pair your ASU undergraduate SOLS degree with a Master of Global Management (MGM) from Thunderbird and broaden your global mindset, your global skillset and your global marketability — all through just one additional year of study. The 4+1 program was designed specifically for ASU undergraduates who have completed at least 90 credits of their undergraduate program requirements prior to taking the MGM courses.
Within the MGM degree, students select 1-2 multi-disciplinary concentrations to study including one in Integrated Healthcare and one in Healthcare Delivery – both offered through the ASU’s College of Health Solutions. Also offered, through ASU’s School of Sustainability is the concentration in Sustainability Solutions and Sustainable Tourism, offered by the ASU Watt’s College of Public Service and Community Solutions.
For current ASU students, Thunderbird is offering a GRE/GMAT waiver for all students with a 3.25 cumulative GPA, and scholarships are available to reduce the program cost even more.
Join us on April 15 or 22 at 4–4:45 p.m. for a virtual informational session and learn more about the 4+1 program, while having the opportunity to connect with Thunderbird faculty who teach in the program, and a Thunderbird Admissions Specialist to talk about program requirements, scholarships and much more!