Space Leadership, Business, and Policy
Space is booming. Learn to lead in the new space economy. An increasing number of commercial startups and emerging entrepreneurs are building their business models around products or services for space markets. From NASA’s budget expanding for the first time in decades to the establishment of the United States Space Force, the space sector is boldly making new commitments to the final frontier.
Thunderbird’s executive certificate in Space Leadership, Business, and Policy, features powerful guest speakers, valuable learning materials and more. Taught by globally recognized space leaders and distinguished academic faculty, participants will learn from experts and practitioners how to discover growth opportunities in the space industry.
The location in Washington, D.C. takes place at the ASU Barrett & O’Connor Washington Center in downtown D.C. Conveniently located on 18th and I (eye) Streets Northwest, the Center is within walking distance of the White House, State Department and across the street from the Farragut West metro stop.
- Explore the space economy including terminology, sectors, history, future opportunities and risks.
- Apply and adapt entrepreneurial models and financing, explore related industries, analyze investment opportunists.
- Identify the challenges and opportunities space brings to the environment and explore sustainable space solutions.
- Define space policy and leadership skills in the context of national security and economic development.
Who Should Attend?
- Introduction to space
- Space technology and the space economy
- Global leadership in space
- Space effects and industry analysis
- Space and sustainability
- Global assets, data and systems
- Space business opportunists, models, financing and investment
|Space Leadership, Business and Policy||Washington, D.C.||Apr. 24-28||Executive Certificate||$6,500||Register|
We are able to offer group discounts for companies/organizations that would like to register multiple people to participate in this executive certificate program. For parties of three registrants you will receive a 15% discount, for parties of four registrants you will receive a 30% discount, and for parties of five registrants or more you will receive a 40% discount. To obtain the discount code, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washington, D.C. Program Schedule April 24-28
|Monday, April 24|
|9:00||Welcome and Intros|
|11:00||The Solar System|
|13:00||Cis-Lunar and Cis-Mars Space|
|15:00||Space Terms and Tech|
|16:00||Space Terms and Tech (Continued)|
|17:00||Layers of Space|
|Tuesday, April 25|
|9:00||Planetary Science and Resources|
|11:00||Space Business Models|
|13:00||Rockets and Launch|
|Wednesday, April 26|
|10:00||Applications and Satellites|
|11:00||Applications and Satellites (Continued)|
|13:00||Space Facility Visit|
|Thursday, April 27|
|9:00||Space Policy and Law|
|11:00||Space Policy and Law (Continued)|
|13:00||Space Business Analysis|
|15:00||Lunar Resource Simulation|
|16:00||Lunar Resource Simulation (Continued)|
|Friday, April 28|
|9:00||Investing in Space|
|11:00||Investing in Space (Continued)|
|13:00||Lunar Resource Simulation (Conclusion)|
|16:00||Future of Space Opportunities: The Next 5-15 Years|
|17:00||Finding Your Future (Closing Discussion)|