Learn from Leaders at MIT
Executives, managers, and practitioners worldwide come to courses offered by MIT Professional Education - Short Programs to gain crucial knowledge and take home applicable skills. Short Programs students learn from MIT faculty who are leaders in their fields from biotechnology to energy to systems engineering. You can spend five days studying controlled-release drug delivery with the biomedical engineering professor who invented it. Or focus a week on learning about radar by building and testing your own imaging radar system. Let MIT Professional Education - Short Programs help you take the lead in your organization.
Short Programs attendees come from across the U.S. and around the world. About 30 percent are international; another 20 percent come from New England states. Most are mid-career technical, scientific, business, and government professionals in their 20s through 50s who wish to advance their careers.
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Delivery: Classroom teaching by MIT faculty and industry experts
Location: MIT campus
Offerings: More than 40 professional short courses
Key features: Learn the fundamentals and industry applications of advanced topics
Calendar: June, July, and August; most courses offered once yearly
Admission: Open enrollment
Credits: Continuing Education Units and certificate
Fees: From $900 to $1,000 per day or $1,800 to $5,500 per course (housing and meals not included)