The BGM degree program in global management draws on Thunderbird School of Global Management's expertise in global management practices and intercultural communication training to provide students with a highly specialized, global business education. The Bachelor of Global Management program will prepare students to take on leadership roles in multinational corporations as well as nongovernmental organizations. Thunderbird's outstanding global management faculty members and strong relationships with global organizations will allow students to develop the skills needed to operate effectively in today's globally connected world. Students will develop skills that international employers, governments and nongovernmental entities value highly.
The MA program in criminal justice is designed to provide criminal justice agency professionals with coursework in criminology and the operation of the criminal justice system and with training in research methods and statistics. The degree program also provides students with advanced training in program planning and management, policy analysis and program evaluation.
The MS program in aerospace engineering prepares engineers for doctoral study or industrial positions that specialize in research, project management and product innovation in aerospace engineering. The program stresses a sound foundation in technical fundamentals, communication and professionalism. To this end, a broad-based curriculum is offered in design, system dynamics and control; fluid mechanics science and engineering; mechanics and dynamics of solids and structures; and transport phenomena, thermodynamics, and energy.