We believe outstanding learning can be available to everyone, everywhere with minimum barriers to entry. That’s why we created the MITx MicroMasters Credential in Supply Chain Management. 

Why the MITx MicroMasters in SCM is great for your business.

Effective: Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) allow for immediate, on-demand learning that has proven to be sometimes more effective than in-person training in certain subjects.

Engaging: Learners in MOOC programs report increased levels of engagement with materials and other learners because of the autonomous control they have over training content.

Affordable: MicroMasters in SCM courses are delivered at a fraction of the cost of traditional training. Single subject courses are US$200 per person. The full MITx MicroMasters credential is US$1200.

Flexible: Open 24/7 anywhere there’s an internet connection, MicroMasters in SCM courses give your workforce unparalleled accessibility to learn at their own pace and on their own schedule.

Scalable: Over 210,000 people have enrolled in one or more MIT.SCx Supply Chain Management courses since our first course in 2014. Courses can be delivered to thousands of people at a time anywhere in the world.

Collaborative: Through course discussion forums, peer reviewed problems, business games, and other interactive interfaces, MIT.CTL.SCx courses encourage collaboration and exploration in the learning process.


We now offer group enrollments for business for groups of ten or more people.

Email scm_mm@mit.edu now to bulk enroll your group. Learn more about bulk enrollment with these frequently asked questions.

How do you use the MITx MicroMasters in SCM?

Upskill and recruit the best staff: Your business success hinges on the strength of your workforce. When you engage the MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management courses, you show your current and future employees that you’re invested in their career growth.  

Reinvent learning and retain talent: Use the MITx MicroMasters on its own to leverage a graduate-level curriculum from an industry leading Supply Chain Management research center. Combine the MIT.CTL.SCx courses with your own face-to-face learning for a dynamic and sustainable corporate training model. 

Choose the right courses for your needs: From a small group of learners in one course to hundreds of learners through the whole credential, the MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management gives you the flexibility to create the optimal training for your specific needs.

What our corporate partners say.

Chris Sultemeier: EVP of Logistics, Walmart United States

“Walmart is always looking to hire the most talented associates in the world, and completing online courses like the MITx MicroMasters credential in Supply Chain Management is a powerful way for people to learn the important skills required to be successful.”

Bill Seliger: Supply Chain Executive, LSC Communications.

“This series of courses has been a fantastic opportunity to learn from great teachers at MIT. I’ve enjoyed being challenged academically in my own professional field. I can whip up a mixed integer linear programming network design study in just a few minutes thanks to all the practice in these courses!” 

Jes Bengstrom: Head of Planning, Europe, SAB Miller

“Supply Chain Management is changing from the classical, more heuristic model, based on gut feeling to a highly advanced model that relies on optimization methodology and analytics to create further value. Catching up with the new technology involved in Supply Chain Management is not the hardest part about this change. The hardest part is making employees think differently and more broadly about the many tools at their disposal. Based on this challenge, SABMiller Europe recognizes a need for broader training at our organization. MicroMasters meets this need because it is was a way we could invest in educating employees on how supply chains work and how to think about them in an effective way.”

Courses

Future Courses Dates

Supply Chain Analytics (SC0x): starts April 4, 2018
Supply Chain Fundamentals (SC1x): starts Dec. 27, 2017
Supply Chain Design (SC2x): starts Sept. 6, 2017
Supply Chain Dynamics (SC3x): starts Jan. 3, 2018
Supply Chain Technology and Systems (SC4x): starts April 4, 2018

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