American universities are now creating courses for the Space industry. I received this from Thunderbird School of Global Management. Call it proactive product evolution: creating things which markets want. Yes, as the space industry booms, there will be jobs in that industry, and some schools are already going ahead to create courses accordingly.
As Bezos, Musk and Branson blast off, the booming space sector needs executives, managers, and principled entrepreneurs, not just engineers and scientists. Space business will surely spawn millionaires to join this first class of space-baron billionaires, with taxpayer support.
Professor Greg Autry is the world’s top academic expert on the complex and dynamic commercial space sector, and he’s leading our launch of a new master’s degree in space policy and business at ASU’s Thunderbird School of Global Management, delivered in Los Angeles.
Director-General and Dean Sanjeev Khagram (Stanford PhD who taught at Harvard) is also available to talk about space entrepreneurship, potential regulation and governance, public-private collaborations, economic inequality and other ethical challenges, future sustainable industries like asteroid mining, and higher ed trends represented by Thunderbird’s first-of-its-kind graduate degree in outer space business management.
Yes, very soon, you will see graduates who host master’s degrees in space policy and business.---
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