Eduniversal Awards Repeat Winner MIT as No. 1 Globally in Supply Chain Management Masters Programs
“A company’s ability to efficiently manage its supply chain has become a key competitive differentiator across the globe,” says Yossi Sheffi, the Elisha Gray II Professor of Engineering Systems at MIT and Director of the MIT Global Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence (SCALE) Network.
“Our MIT master’s in supply chain management program, which is consistently ranked as a world leader, is providing the supply chain talent that companies need to thrive in today’s highly demanding commercial environment”
What The Program Offers
MIT’s nearly 20-year-old supply chain management masters program is a 10-month degree program that partners students with experienced industry workers and researchers to handle complex problems.
Students graduate having learned the latest in supply chain management methods, interacted with industry first-hand through site visits, heard lectures from C-level executive speakers, engaged in cutting-edge research, and have exposure to dozens of recruiting opportunities.
Business professionals from all over the world looking to hone their supply chain expertise and advance their careers enroll in this top-ranked supply chain management masters program.
MIT’S hands-on approach to dealing with challenging problems allows students to apply what they learn in the classroom and laboratory directly into their work. Students leave the program shaped into leaders ready to successfully engage in a highly competitive field.
A Worldwide Success
This program is the model for supply chain management masters programs across MIT’s SCALE Network with the centers in the U.S., Spain, and Malaysia all offering it and coming this fall to new SCALE centers in Luxembourg and China.
MIT’s SCALE Network brings students, faculty, researchers, and affiliated companies from all centers together to collaborate in creating innovations to supply chain and logistics.
MIT’s supply chain management masters programs produce graduates that are in high demand across all industries. This year’s supply chain management masters program graduates have already accepted positions with top firms such as Apple, Amazon, The Boston Consulting Group, Converse, Deloitte, McKinsey and Company, and many more.
Apart from the 10-month supply chain management masters program, MIT’s U.S. Center also offers a MicroMasters credential in supply chain management.
Through five online courses and a capstone exam students are taught by the same professors they would get on campus, and learn materials equivalent to one semester at MIT. Additionally, they are exposed to a graduate-level, advanced, professional foundation in supply chain management.
MIT’s Earned Reputation
It is because of their earned prestige, exposure to world-leading firms, and multifaceted supply chain management masters programs that attending any MIT campus across the globe will set up students for success.
“We believe that by addressing today’s supply chain problems with ingenuity, passion, and collaborative dynamism, we can deliver solutions that help organizations and societies to thrive,” states the MIT Supply Chain Management website.