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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 for Transportation & Logistics 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.

Enterprise Forum

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 Global Operations (LGO)

The MIT Leaders for Global Operations program brings together the rigor and technical expertise of the MIT School of Engineering, the business, leadership practice, and cutting-edge theory of the MIT Sloan School of Management and the real-world experience of the LGO industry partners.

MIT Professional Education

MIT Professional Education provides short courses, semester or longer learning programs and customized corporate programs for science and engineering professionals at all levels. Taught by renowned faculty from across the Institute, MIT Professional Education programs offer professionals the opportunity to gain crucial knowledge in specialized fields to advance their careers, help their companies, and have an impact on the world.

  • Short Programs - Over 40 courses, in two-to-five day sessions, are taught on the MIT campus each summer by MIT faculty / researchers and experts from industry and academia. Participants earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and a certificate of completion.

  • Advanced Study Program - Enroll at MIT for a 16-week, non-matriculating, non-degree program that enables professionals to take regular MIT courses to gain the knowledge and skills needed to advance their careers and take innovative ideas back to their employers. Participants earn grades, MIT credit, and an Advanced Study Program certificate.

  • Custom Programs - Enhance your organization's capabilities and expertise through customized programs tailored to meet your specific needs and priorities. These programs can be a single week or several weeks over a year with interrelated projects. These specialized courses can be delivered at MIT, the company site, or off site.

MIT Sloan Executive Education

The MIT Sloan School of Management offers an exceptional portfolio of executive programs ranging from two days to twenty months in length. Led by senior faculty, programs combine innovation and entrepreneurship with strategic thinking and global leadership, providing mid- to senior-level executives with the tools and frameworks needed to create and lead successful organizations.

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.