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MITx MicroMasters® Programs
Advance your career or accelerate your Master’s degree with a graduate-level digital credential from MIT.
The MicroMasters program credential from MIT Open Learning is a professional and academic credential for online learners from anywhere in the world who seek focused, accelerated advancement.
Enroll in a program—no admission required—and take a series of graduate-level online courses, taught by MIT instructors, through edX.
Earn a program credential by completing the course and passing one or more proctored exams.
Enjoy the credential benefits: Credential earners can also apply for an accelerated master’s degree program at MIT and other pathway schools; and include your credential on professional profiles. MicroMasters program credential earners also become affiliates of the MIT Alumni Association.
Supply Chain Management
Gain an end-to-end understanding of supply chain management. Five courses and a final comprehensive exam represent the equivalent of one semester of coursework at MIT. Boost your skills at work or build on the credential by applying to MIT’s #1 world-ranked Supply Chain Management Master’s degree program.
Data, Economics, and Development Policy
Grapple with some of the world’s most pressing problems from a rigorous, data-driven perspective developed by Nobel prize winners Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee. Complete three core courses and two out of three electives plus proctored exams to earn your credential. You may then apply to the Master’s degree offered by MIT’s #1 world-ranked Economics Department.
Principles of Manufacturing
Develop the fundamental skills needed for global excellence in manufacturing and competitiveness with a program designed and delivered by MIT’s #1-world ranked Mechanical Engineering department. Build your career with the credential or use it as credits toward a Master’s degree by applying to MIT’s Master of Engineering in Advanced Manufacturing and Design.
Statistics and Data Science
Master the skills needed to solve complex challenges with data, from probability and statistics to data analysis and machine learning. This program consists of three core courses, plus one of two electives developed by faculty at MIT’s Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS). Credential earners may apply and fast-track their Master’s degree at different institutions around the world, or start their path towards a PhD from MIT IDSS.