MIT Supply Chain Master’s Students

The students in our Supply Chain Management master’s program are early- to mid-career supply chain and operations professionals seeking to advance their careers quickly in an accelerated degree program that combines practical . Students typically hold at least a bachelor’s degree, and enter the program after gaining 3-7 years (on average) of professional work experience. While no specific academic background is required for the program, our students must demonstrate and draw upon strong college-level calculus, probability, statistics, analytical thinking skills.

Students in the SCM blended (SCMb) program cohort have completed the MITx MicroMasters® Program in Supply Chain Management before applying to the SCM Blended master’s program. The SCMb program option provides an alternative pathway to a supply chain management master’s degree to non-traditional students, including those who may not have a professional or academic background in supply chain areas, and those who are unable to relocate to Cambridge for a full academic year.