MIT Supply Chain Management Program (SCM)
This intensive 10-month program is a rich mix of leadership development, analytical training, and real-world problem solving through MIT CTL’s powerful industry and alumni networks. The program not only prepares students to conceive, design, and operate complex systems, but also equips them with proven sales and negotiation toolkits to master tomorrow’s logistics and supply chain challenges. Students work with corporate partners as part of their research thesis projects and receive the Master of Engineering in Logistics degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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MIT Research-Based Master of Science (MS) Degree
The two-year interdepartmental Master of Science degree emphasizes the complexity of supply chain and its dependence on the interaction of technology, operations, planning, management and policy-making. The Master of Science is interdepartmental involving faculty and research scientists from several departments depending on the particular program of study. Faculty members and research staff from MIT CTL typically serve as research advisors and mentors. The degree is administered by Interdepartmental Transportation Education Committee which is hosted by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE). Interested students should apply for the interdepartmental MST (Master of Science in Transportation) degree and indicate on their application that they wish to concentrate on logistics and supply chain.
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The MIT-Zaragoza Logistics (ZLOG) Program
Built on the top-ranked curriculum of MIT's SCM Program, the ZLOG Program offers the unique combination of a world-class supply chain degree taught in a truly global setting at the Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC). Founded in 2003, ZLC is located in the heart of Europe’s largest logistics park (PLAZA) in Zaragoza, Spain. Ten months of challenging coursework, cutting edge research, and industry interaction provide ZLOG graduates with the problem solving and leadership skills that companies seek in an increasingly complex and dynamic marketplace. Students earn a Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management degree from the University of Zaragoza.
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The MIT-Malaysia Supply Chain Management (MSCM) Program
The MSCM Program offers a professional master’s degree in ten months taught at the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI), a world-class center located in the city of Shah Alam, about 15 miles outside of Kuala Lumpur, and home to the largest and busiest port in Malaysia, Port Klang. Founded in March 2011 by the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics and the government of Malaysia, the MSCM will improve your proficiency in both problem solving and change leadership. Students earn a Master of Science in Supply Chain Management from the Malaysia Institute of Supply Chain Innovation.
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The MIT-Luxembourg Supply Chain Management (LSCM) Program
The Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) offers a Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. It is hosted by the University of Luxembourg which was ranked 1st for international orientation in the 2016 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, making it the most international university worldwide. Students in Luxembourg benefit from first class education in a cross-disciplinary environment at the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance. The program is designed to train supply chain professionals, with a focus on analytical problem solving and supply chain management leadership skills. It is based on the successful MIT Supply Chain Management curriculum. Students profit from Luxembourg’s strength in its logistics, banking and financial sectors. The program features intensive industry interaction, working with a network of local and global partners and opening doors for students for their thesis research and career opportunities.
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Supply Chain Master–International MBA Dual-Degree Program
MIT, MIT-Zaragoza, and IE Business School, Madrid integrate their resources to offer this 19-month dual-degree program. The focus is on preparing a new caliber of business leader who can combine general management savvy with supply chain expertise. Immersed in the strategic and logistical challenges that companies face at the forefront of globalization, students emerge with the capabilities they need to lead a competitive enterprise.
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MIT - SUTD Dual Masters' Program
Through the unique collaboration between MIT and the Singapore University of Technology and Design, the MIT-SUTD Dual Masters' Program offers outstanding individuals the chance to maximize their potential in the fields of technology and design. Students will spend one year at MIT completing the Master of Engineering in Logistics, followed by one year at SUTD completing a research-based thesis, leading to a Master of Engineering in Research. Candidates must apply to both programs and be accepted separately. Successful applicants to the program will receive a full tuition scholarship, monthly stipend, round trip airfare and overseas medical insurance.
For information on applying to SUTD, please visit www.sutd.edu.sg/dualmasters. You may also contact Jesse DeLaughter at +1-617-324-8223.
MIT-MIP MBA Dual Degree Exchange Agreement
Earn not only an MBA from MIP Politecnico di Milano but also a master’s degree from the MIT Supply Chain Management Program. Give your profile the competitive edge that is essential in today’s economic climate: this new agreement combines the expertise of both institutions and you will benefit from a complete vision and rich understanding of general management, provided by MIP’s Master of Business Administration, as well as adding highly sought after specialist knowledge in the area of Supply Chain Management offered by MIT.
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