MicroMasters® Program Basics

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arrow_drop_down What is the MITx MicroMasters program credential in Supply Chain Management?   ¶

The MITx MicroMasters program credential in Supply Chain Management is a standalone certification program offered by MITx that is designed and administered by the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (CTL) and supported by MIT Open.

The program credential consists of five intensive online courses covering all aspects of logistics and supply chain management along with a virtual proctored comprehensive final exam. It is a separate stand-alone professional certificate offered by MITx and delivered by edX. Read more or enroll on edX here.

It is important to note that the MicroMasters credential is NOT a degree-granting program nor is it a guarantee of admissions to MIT or any other graduate programs accepting the credential for credit. (see below).


arrow_drop_down What are the five online courses required for the MITx MicroMasters program credential in SCM?   ¶

There are five online courses required to complete the MITx MicroMasters program credential in SCM:

To be eligible for the MicroMasters program credential, you must earn a Verified Certificate in each course. Read more about verification here. Once you pass all five courses as a paid verified learner you will be invited to the CFx Comprehensive Final Exam (see below). Upon successful completion of the CFx you will earn the credential.

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SC0x - Supply Chain Analytics, is delivered on a learner-paced schedule. This course contains the mathematical concepts used throughout all the other courses and is packaged in modules based on content. It is the reference course for all the others and so remains available as needed almost continually. Each run of SC0x will have a final exam on a date set by the course team.The course will close briefly after each scheduled final exam and learners can enroll in the next run of the course if needed. All course content, practice problems, exams, reading materials, and external links are delivered through the course platform on edX. In SC0x there is one final exam that will count for 100% of your grade. (Read more about exams and verification below.)

Courses SC1x - SC4x are delivered on a weekly, instructor-paced schedule. Every week at 15:00 UTC, beginning on the course start date, you receive course materials and instructions for each week. A full course syllabus, expected deadlines and course requirements are released in the first orientation week of each course called "Week 0".

All course instruction is pre-recorded. Any instructor interaction takes place within the course forums or using the course email. Many of our courses feature "live events", when instructors and guests appear live on video for interactive sessions.

In SC1x-SC4x, midterms and final exams are released for 72 hours on week six and twelve respectively. Once you open an exam you have between two and four hours to complete it, depending on the exam. All deadlines within the course also occur at 15:00 UTC.

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arrow_drop_down What does the edX merger mean for this credential program   ¶

The edX platform is merging with 2U Inc. Our MIT course team that creates and delivers the content (the videos, problems, etc.) has not changed. All content will still come from MIT, remain at MIT standards, and be delivered by MIT course leads. Read the MIT News article here. To read more about the merger visit: https://www.transformingdigitaleducation.com/

Future Courses Dates

Supply Chain Analytics (SC0x): starts Sept. 1, 2021
Supply Chain Fundamentals (SC1x): starts Sept. 1, 2021
Supply Chain Design (SC2x): starts Jan. 5, 2022
Supply Chain Dynamics (SC3x): starts Sept. 15, 2021
Supply Chain Technology and Systems (SC4x): starts Jan. 5, 2021
Supply Chain Comprehensive Exam (CFx): starts May 12, 2021

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