Passport To Knowledge: Gaining a Global Perspective
The sun never sets on the global supply chain. Advanced education programs at a variety of universities offer logistics professionals a world tour unlike any other . . .Got the travel bug? Read on for a sampling of some global education programs. GEORGIA TECH... For the working professionals who enroll in the Executive Masters in International Logistics (EMIL) program at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, the whole world is a classroom. Greg Andrews earned his EMIL degree in 2005 while employed as director of global logistics for a telecommunications firm in the southeastern United States. Today, he serves as managing director of the 18-month graduate program sponsored by Georgia Tech's H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering... Graduate and executive education programs at TLI-Asia Pacific are similar to programs offered at Georgia Tech's Supply Chain and Logistics Institute, says Harvey Donaldson, the Institute's director and associate chair of industry and international studies at the Stewart School. Students who complete the master's program earn two degrees, one from NUS and one from Georgia Tech.