MIT's Supply Chain Management (SCM) program attracts business professionals from across the globe to experience its unique combination of master's level coursework, professional development, and industry interaction.
In just ten months, SCM students earn a Master's of Engineering in Logistics degree -- the U.S.'s first engineering graduate degree program of its kind -- and hone their supply chain expertise through an intensive program that includes:
- a challenging curriculum
- cutting-edge research, including a thesis project
- communication skill development
- leadership training
- extensive industry interaction
Started in 1998 by the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics, SCM provides its graduates with proficiency in both problem solving and change leadership. They are now practicing these skills in a wide variety of industries, including consulting, manufacturing, retail, logistics, distribution, and software.
Companies worldwide are turning to logistics and supply chain management to give them strategic advantage and they’re hiring SCM graduates to implement that change.
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