Management theory meets practice at MIT Sloan
MIT Sloan is Course 15. Course 15 can be a single major concentrating in Business Analytics and Operations Research. A double major with Course 18 (Mathematics) concentrating in Finance. A Course 2 (Mechanical Engineering) wanting to improve her soft skills by minoring in management. A Course 6 (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) wanting to enhance his analytical skills through a minor in management science. An aspiring entrepreneur who takes a couple of Marketing courses to help her identify her customers. Any MIT student whose parents said he or she should know something about business.
At MIT Sloan we are all of these things and more. And we haven't even talked about our Undergraduate Research Opportunities, Student Clubs, Entrepreneurship Competitions, and Community Luncheons. Our students and their experiences are as varied as the subjects we offer each year—more than 150 courses in 14 Academic Groups.
We'll teach you how organizations work and how you can work best in any organization. We'll equip you with vital skills to prepare for a fulfilling career. We'll find out what you’re curious about and help you figure out how to move that curiosity forward. We are MIT Sloan. We are Course 15. Let's go somewhere together.
MIT offers undergraduates the opportunity to conduct meaningful research alongside our world-class faculty. Students can choose to help with established research projects that are already under way or pursue their own new ideas.Read More
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