The MIT Master's Program in Engineering and Management
Through its cutting-edge graduate programs in engineering and management, MITís System Design and Management Program (SDM) offers unique advantages not available through most MBA, master of engineering, or master of engineering management programs. Jointly offered by MITís School of Engineering and the MIT Sloan School of Management, SDMís portfolio educates mid-career professionals to lead effectively and creatively by using systems thinking to solve large-scale, complex challenges in product design, development, and innovation.
Unlike students in many traditional MBA, master of engineering, or master of engineering management programs, most SDM Fellows have had an average of nine years of work experience and have demonstrated success in their companies. Every SDM cohort, whether in the masterís program or graduate certificate program in systems and product development, comprises Fellows from a wide range of industries all around the globe. Consequently they share insights based on real-world experience, as well as theory.
Moreover, the curriculum of MITís System Design and Management Program integrates leadership development and critical, creative, and integrative thinking. Students deepen their appreciation of diversity while developing both a practical and theoretical understanding of how to foster positive change within organizations, society at-large, and themselves.