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Enterprise Management track launches

Enterprise Management track launches

The School is excited to announce the launch of its newest MBA track: Enterprise Management, which joins existing tracks in Finance and Entrepreneurship & Innovation. The goal of the Enterprise Management track is to develop the capability of students to apply integrated management perspectives and practices in their respective roles within large organizations via innovative classroom and project-based activities.

“The Enterprise Management track is really exciting because it explicitly trains students to apply their content expertise to address business issues in a holistic manner, preparing them as future business leaders,” said Sharmila C. Chatterjee, academic lead for the Enterprise Management track and a senior lecturer in marketing. Specifically, skills in marketing, operations, and strategy will be developed into a coherent perspective on driving innovation and performance.

The track will use MIT Sloan’s signature action–learning curriculum to promote an integrated mindset toward viewing and addressing business issues. Students will be broadly trained in the components of management within the context of core requirements. The curriculum prepares students for tracks related to large organizations. This includes consulting, functional and cross–functional positions—such as rotational management programs, marketing, branding, strategy, and supply chain and operations management, as well as product development and innovation management.