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MIT Pilots Online Credential Toward Master's in Supply Chain

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is offering an online MicroMaster's credential, providing a new path to gaining an MIT master's degree.

MIT Pilots Online Credential Toward Master’s in Supply Chain

The initiative is being developed within a pilot program for supply-chain management students at MIT's Center for Transportation and Logistics. Those who excel in a semester's worth of graduate-level classes online, and who pass a comprehensive proctored exam, can earn an MITx MicroMaster's credential. The MicroMaster's will have no admissions requirements and is open to all. Coursework is available for free. Learners can qualify for the MicroMaster's by paying a fee for verified certificates and passing a proctored exam. MITx is MIT's selection of open online courses. In includes CTL's online supply-chain program, SCx. Classes for the qualification begin on February 10, 2016.

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The initiative is being developed within a pilot program for supply-chain management students at MIT's Center for Transportation and Logistics. Those who excel in a semester's worth of graduate-level classes online, and who pass a comprehensive proctored exam, can earn an MITx MicroMaster's credential. The MicroMaster's will have no admissions requirements and is open to all. Coursework is available for free. Learners can qualify for the MicroMaster's by paying a fee for verified certificates and passing a proctored exam. MITx is MIT's selection of open online courses. In includes CTL's online supply-chain program, SCx. Classes for the qualification begin on February 10, 2016.

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MIT Pilots Online Credential Toward Master’s in Supply Chain