MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics offers its top-rated Supply Chain Management master’s degree in two delivery formats:
10-month on-campus residential master’s cohort
The 10-month MIT SCM Residential master’s program is designed for early-career supply chain professionals who want to return to school to receive advanced, specialized training in supply chain management combined with coursework in executive leadership and communication.
Blended program cohort – a hybrid option for MITx MicroMasters® Program (MMx) credential holders
The MIT SCM Blended master’s cohort option was developed to provide an alternative pathway to an SCM master’s degree to non-traditional students who may not have a professional or academic background in supply chain areas. It is open to learners who have successfully completed the fully-online MITx MicroMasters® Program in Supply Chain Management and wish to build on their credential to earn a master’s degree in SCM in just five months on campus at MIT.
Learn more about the residential and blended SCM master’s options on the MIT SCM web site.
CTL created the MIT Global Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence (SCALE) Network in 2005 to connect faculty, researchers, students, and affiliated companies from six centers on four continents with opportunities to collaborate on supply chain and logistics innovations with global applications. The MIT SCALE supply chain management master’s degree programs, modeled on the MIT SCM curriculum and taught in English by top researchers and faculty in the field, provide additional opportunities to earn a top SCM master’s in Europe or Southeast Asia, at varying program costs.
MIT CTL also offers a Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain (GCLOG), open to highly-qualified students working toward master’s degrees at top universities in Latin America and the Caribbean.