How It Works
Take a series of online courses on edX, and pass all the course requirements.
Pass one (or more) proctored exams—either a single final exam, or one exam for each course, depending on the program.
Earn a Valuable Credential
A MicroMasters credential from MITx proves that you’ve gained the knowledge and skills to give you a competitive advantage for career success.
Pursue a Master’s
Learners who complete the MicroMasters program can apply for the Master’s degree program at MIT or other universities.
Current MITx MicroMasters Programs
The MicroMasters in Supply Chain from MITx is an advanced, professional, graduate-level foundation in Supply Chain Management. Through the five online courses and capstone exam you will demonstrate your ability in the equivalent of one semester's worth of coursework at MIT.
Grapple with some of the world’s most pressing problems from a rigorous, data-driven perspective. Gain a strong foundation in microeconomics, development economics, probability and statistics, engage with cutting-edge research, and develop hands-on skills in data analysis and the evaluation of social programs.
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Why should I enroll?
Convenient & Flexible
Take online courses on a schedule that fits your needs, and meet motivated learners who share your interests.
Accelerate Your Master’s
MicroMasters is a faster path to a master’s degree from MIT and other universities, and is recognized by employers for providing deep learning in specific career fields.
Save Money & Time
MicroMasters is an affordable option for professionals who can’t take off time to earn a traditional master’s degree.
“We will find people who never thought they would be able to apply to MIT. And they will discover that they are much stronger in the global competition than they think.”
“Inverted admissions has the potential to disrupt traditional modes of access to higher education… We’re democratizing access to a master’s program for learners worldwide.”