Pathways To a Master’s Degree

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Learners who successfully earn the MicroMasters Credential in Supply Chain Management are eligible to apply to SCM Blended Master's Programs within the MIT SCALE Network and other universities around the world.

MIT SCALE Network

MIT Supply Chain Management (USA) - Blended Masters of Applied Science or Engineering in Supply Chain Management

Combine your MicroMasters Credential with on-campus work at MIT to earn a Master of Applied Science or Engineering in Supply Chain Management degree. Learners who successfully earn the MicroMasters Credential and meet our other admissions criteria, are eligible to apply to the Blended SCM Master’s programs with no GMAT or GRE score required.

MIT Zaragoza Logistics Center (Spain) - Blended Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC) is a research institute established by the Government of Aragon in Spain in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Zaragoza. Learners who earn the MITx MicroMasters credential in SCM can apply to MIT SCALE for ZLC’s blended SCM Master’s degree.

MIT Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (Malaysia) - Accelerated Master’s of Supply Chain Management

Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI) is as a joint initiative between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the government of Malaysia launched in 2011. MISI offers a Master's degree in Supply Chain Management and Logistics. Accelerated students will complete 38 credits of coursework at MISI in addition to their MicroMasters credential in order to obtain their MSCM degree.

Other Universities

Learners may also be eligible to apply to a number of partner institutions across the globe to pursue a full Master’s degree. Below is a list of these universities and information on the amount of credit offered:

Curtin University (Australia) – Master of Supply Chain Management and the Master of Commerce (Supply Chain Management)

The MITx Supply Chain MicroMasters Credential can be applied to both the Master of Supply Chain Management and the Master of Commerce (Supply Chain Management) at Curtin University, and in both cases, students will be eligible for Credit for Recognized Learning.

Deakin University (Australia)

Deakin offers credential holders of the MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management four units’ specified credit towards the completion of these two Master’s degree programs: Master of Information Systems and Master of Business Analytics.

Doane University (USA) – Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA)

Upon acceptance into Doane's MBA program, the Supply Chain Management MicroMasters will satisfy the emphasis area and the student will only need to take 21 credit hours to complete their Master of Business Administration degree.

Griffith University (Australia) - Masters of Business, SCM

Griffith Business School offers the MicroMasters credential holders of the MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management the possibility of earning 10 credit points of the total graduate credits towards the completion of the master’s degree in Master of Business program.

Purdue University (USA) - Master's of Science in Global Supply Chain Management

Krannert School of Management at Purdue University offers the credential holders of the MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management the possibility of earning up to 10 credit hours towards the completion of the Purdue’s Master’s Degree in Global Supply Chain Management.

Reykjavík University (Iceland)

Reykjavík University School of Business offers the credential holders of the MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management the possibility of earning 26 ECTS credits of the total graduate credits towards the completion of the following Master’s programs:

- Master of Business Management

- Master of Science (MSc) in Business Management

- Master of Information Management

- Master of Science (MSc) in Information Management

Rochester Institute of Technology (USA) – Master’s Program in Professional Studies

The Master’s Program in Professional Studies allows learners the opportunity to draw on courses offered across RIT graduate programs. Learners who hold the MITx MicroMasters credential in SCM may apply any time during the year and upon acceptance, will be awarded 12 credit hours of the 33 required for the degree.

The Universidad Galileo (Guatemala) – Master in Operations Management

Universidad Galileo (UGAL) offers the credential holders of the MITx MicroMasters credential in SCM the possibility of earning up to 50% of the total credit hours towards the completion of Galileo’s Master in Operations Management (part of UGAL postgraduate programs in Operations Research).

University of Queensland (Australia) – Master of Business

The University of Queensland (UQ) accepts the MITx SCM MicroMasters credential in SCM for credit towards Master of Business (MBus #24 & MBus #32) degree programs. The credential does not guarantee admission to the UQ Master of Business, UQ’s usual application process applies.

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) (Brazil) – Industrial Engineering Graduate Program

UFRGS offers the MicroMasters credential holders of the MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management the possibility of earning 12 of the total graduate credits towards the completion of the Industrial Engineering Graduate program.

RMIT University (Australia)

RMIT University will grant academic credit towards the following Master’s programs for learners who successfully earn a MITx MicroMasters credential in the MITx MicroMasters program in Supply Chain Management:

If your university would like to work with us to bring the MITx MicroMasters credential holders to your Master’s program, please contact tracytan@mit.edu. You can learn more about how you can join MIT’s efforts to reimagine higher education by offering credit for the MITx MicroMasters credential.

Future Courses Dates

Supply Chain Analytics (SC0x): starts March 27, 2019
Supply Chain Fundamentals (SC1x): starts Dec. 26, 2018
Supply Chain Design (SC2x): starts April 10, 2019
Supply Chain Dynamics (SC3x): starts Jan. 16, 2019
Supply Chain Technology and Systems (SC4x): starts May 1, 2019

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