The first master’s degree option is a M.S. in global technology and development with a concentration in applied international development (GTD-AID) from the School for the Future of Innovation in Society. The program is specially designed for early-career as well as established international development professionals, who can select a specialization closely related to their current work, such as health, business, or education.

The second option is a master’s degree in applied leadership and management (MALM), a unique degree taught by Thunderbird’s world-class professors that explores leadership and management through the lens of high-growth and emerging markets. The MALM combines Thunderbird’s prestigious tradition of graduate education with cutting-edge technology to deliver a transformative online graduate degree.

Chemonics’ Continual Learning Program with ASU provides an incredible opportunity for Chemonics’ staff around the world, especially those from developing countries, to access affordable education through a top university, which can lead to better marketability for future career opportunities, higher salaries, and improved skills.