The Minor in Management provides students in other MIT majors with an understanding of the business, social, and organizational dimensions of scientific and technological enterprise.
Beginning in Fall 2010, the Minor in Management will comprise three required subjects and three electives. The required subjects are as follows:
|People and Organizations
Managerial Psychology Laboratory, provided that it is taken after Fall 2008
|And the following two subjects:|
|15.501||Corporate Financial Accounting||12|
No substitutions will be permitted for these subjects.
Students may choose for their electives any three MIT Sloan subjects normally open to MIT undergraduates, subject to the following conditions:
No other substitutions will be permitted for elective subjects.
The following Sloan subjects are recommended as electives:
|Recommended Electives (two six-unit subjects count as one elective)||Units|
|15.223||Global Markets, National Policies and the Competitive Advantages of Firms||6|
|15.665||Power and Negotiation||9|
|15.667||Negotiation and Conflict Management||9|
|Finance and Accounting|
|15.411||Finance Theory I||9|
|15.521||Management Accounting and Control||9|
|15.535||Business Analysis Using Financial Statements||9|
|15.567||The Economics of Information: Strategy, Structure and Pricing||9|
|15.053||Optimization Methods in Management Science||12|
|15.054||The Airline Industry||12|
|15.761||Introduction to Operations Management||9|
|15.762||Supply Chain Planning||6|
|15.763||Manufacturing System and Supply Chain Design||6|
|15.871||Introduction to System Dynamics||6|
|15.872||System Dynamics II||6|
|15.821||Listening to the Customer||6|
|15.822||Strategic Market Measurement||6|
|Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship|
|15.354*||Innovation and Entrepreneurship: How to Do it||9|
Students must pre-register and bid for every Sloan graduate subject they wish to take the following term. Students will no longer bid for Sloan undergraduate subjects (those designated as “U” in the MIT Subject Listing and Schedule). There is one exception. Students must bid for 15.412, Finance Theory II, even though 15.412 is an undergraduate subject.
Students enrolled in the Minor in Management will be given Sloan student priority for Sloan graduate subjects on the list of recommended electives above.
For additional information about the bidding process, visit the Sloan Bidding site.
* 15.354 will not be offered in Spring 2013. Instead, students may substitute 15.900 (Competitive Strategy, 6 units, H1) and either 15.910 (Innovation Strategy, 6 units, H2) or 15.911 (Entrepreneurial Strategy, 6 units, H2). All three classes will be open to undergraduates in Spring 2013.