Get to Know Our Candidates

The portfolio of programs at MIT Sloan offers a range of exceptional candidates, from early-to-mid career, to seasoned executives  The program descriptions below share key information about what differentiates each program in our diverse portfolio.

Our Candidates

  • Master of Business Administration*

    Graduates complete a rigorous core and customize their degree with electives taught by renowned faculty. Through diverse Action Learning opportunities, they translate vision into action and generate novel solutions for the most complex problems.

  • Leaders for Global Operations*

    Students in the Leaders for Global Operations program earn both an MIT Sloan MBA and a master’s degree from the MIT School of Engineering, empowering them to effect transformative change in manufacturing and operations.

  • Master of Finance*

    Future leaders in this STEM-classified program enter careers in asset management, research, transactions, quantitative analysis, treasury and finance for governments and major corporations, and consulting.

  • Master of Business Analytics*

    Graduates of this STEM-classified program apply the tools of modern data science to solve complex challenges across a broad range of industries.

  • Master of Science in Management Studies

    Designed for top students earning an MBA at MIT Sloan’s partner schools, MSMS graduates enhance their expertise by completing focused coursework and a master’s thesis at MIT.

  • MIT Sloan Fellows MBA*

    Graduates of this full-time, mid-career MBA program are an elite group of global managers with the management skills necessary to magnify their impact as leaders and innovators.

  • Executive MBA*

    Seasoned executives master leadership and sophisticated analytic tools to accelerate their impact on their organizations. Skilled at translating their insights into decisions, graduates move businesses and whole industries forward.

* Indicates our STEM-designated programs: MBA, LGO, MFin, MBAn, SFMBA, EMBA. Students in these programs are eligible for 36 months of optional practical training with the 24-month STEM extension.