“MIT Sloan is a serious research environment, and that reverberates in the classroom. Students are eager to participate in research, not just review finished case studies. They have the opportunity to see research unfold.”

Fiona Murray
Class of 1922 Career Development Associate Professor

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It’s been 100 years since Massachusetts Institute of Technology began teaching management education, starting in 1914 with a single class that bore a curious name – Course XV – and culminating in 1952 when MIT opened the Sloan School of Management.

 

MIT Sloan is celebrating its 100th anniversary of management education Saturday, during its alumni weekend, with a daylong symposium of speakers.