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    Create your own path

    Developed in part due to the kinds of opportunities students were pursuing after graduating and the types of companies that were coming to MIT Sloan to recruit, the EM Track is flexible, allowing students to focus on their specific areas of interest and pursue their career goals. MIT Sloan worked to shape a curriculum that would help graduates succeed in the kinds of roles they were seeking.

    In 2016, 30 percent of the MIT Sloan graduating MBA class went to work in consulting firms, and 34 percent described their job functions as either consulting or strategic planning. Eight percent went into general management and another 13 percent pursued operations or project management—all roles that the EM Track’s coursework strongly supports.

    EM Track students are well-suited to a wide range of management roles, including:

    • Functional and cross-functional positions in rotational management programs and leadership development programs
    • Positions in marketing, supply chain management, and operations management
    • Product development and innovation management roles
    • Consulting in large strategic management and boutique firms

    Recent summer internships of EM Track students include: Amazon, Bain, Boston Consulting Group, IBM, and Nike.