Advanced Study Program
The Advanced Study Program enables working professionals to enroll in graduate-level MIT courses and programs of study funded by their work organizations. Since 1963, the Advanced Study Program has served hundreds of Fellows, attending from more than 72 countries.
Biomedical Enterprise Program
The Biomedical Enterprise Program (BEP) integrates business and biomedical training to educate entrepreneurial leaders in building successful innovative biomedical businesses.
Career Reengineering Program
Educational and career development program designed for professionals who wish to re-enter their fields. This ten-month, part-time program includes a fall semester course plus an internship or research project.
Center for Real Estate Summer Professional Development Courses
The MIT Center for Real Estate summer institute of professional development courses helps practitioners supplement their knowledge of the field.
Center for Transportation & Logistics
The Center takes part in several executive transportation courses, including Logistics Analysis for Carriers and Shippers, Modeling and Simulation for Dynamic Transportation Management Systems, and Public Transportation Service and Operations Planning.
Engineering Systems Division (ESD)
The programs and centers within ESD are developing and enhancing integrated education and research programs in collaboration with faculty from the engineering, management, and social science disciplines.
The MIT Enterprise Forum promotes the formation and growth of innovative and technologically-oriented companies through a series of specialized executive education programs.
Knight Science Journalism Fellowship
The Knight Science Journalism Fellowship program is designed for journalists and others who cover science, technology, medicine or the environment for the general public.
Leaders for Manufacturing Program (LFM)
The Leaders for Manufacturing Program offers future leaders the opportunity to earn both an MBA and a Master of Science in engineering in only two years. Dual degrees prepare graduates to solve significant problems in diverse global manufacturing and operations companies. LFM's dedicated corporate partners provide generous fellowships for all students.
The professors who teach these courses have in many cases pioneered the very theories they teach. The students are your colleagues in business and industry. The curriculum of 40-50 courses is high-level and presented in an intense format, for those with little or no time to spare. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) available.
Sloan Executive Programs
The Sloan School's Special Executive Programs offer over 15 courses throughout the year. These two-day, one- and two-week programs, taught by leading Sloan Faculty are designed for executives to stay abreast of the cutting edge developments in management science.
Sloan Fellows Program
Outstanding mid-career managers are selected by their corporations for the exclusive Sloan Fellows Program. For one year, these men and women develop leadership skills in a challenging, unparalleled community of professional peers.
System Design and Management Program (SDM)
The System Design and Management program is a graduate-level academic and research program sponsored by MIT's Sloan School of Management, the School of Engineering, and over 30 Industry Partners.