Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a private, independent, coeducational research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. Since its foundation in 1861, MIT has grown into an outstanding higher education institution. The school adopted a European polytechnic university model and placed emphasis on laboratory instruction in applied science and engineering.Show more
I’m currently doing the MITx MicroMaster’s Credential in Supply Chain Management (online, not presential). I only have kind and nice words to say about this course.
It consists of different courses that have a duration of approximately 10 weeks, where you will focus into on topic that relates to Supply Chain Management (SCM). The way the course is structured allows the student to be able to gain a lot of knowledge about the topics thanks to the online teachers, course materials and exercises.
The exams are not hard to pass as long as you have done all the homework that the course requires. The best thing about this credential is that, once completed, allows the student to change it for credit if they ever decide to study the real master degree in MIT and dozens of other universities.
If you are interested in SCM and cannot afford to pay for a full master’s degree (or don’t have the time to study it right now), I highly recommend this course that will make you learn a lot about SCM.View more
MIT is a place where every class I sit in, be it engineering or business, always leaves me inspired and thinking about how the world is in constant evolution and constant growth. There is an energy in the air here, a desire for growth, like no place I’ve ever felt.View more
MIT places great emphasis on learning by doing, as opposed to theorizing about the work of others. It take great devotion and attention to detail to keep up with the load. For some it is more manageable than for others, while maintaining other healthy habits.View more