At MIT, innovation and education go hand in hand. So when the opportunity to deliver it via digital short courses presented itself, it was only a matter of deciding which courses to launch first.
Realizing the potential.
At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), their mission is simple: advance knowledge and educate students in a way that best serves the world in the 21st century. Invested as they are in embracing and advancing the future, moving some of their offerings online would ensure that their offerings evolved with their institution—while reaching more people and making a bigger impact.
So together, that’s what we’ve done. Launching more than a dozen digital short courses in future-forward subjects, they’re now offering participants the opportunity to upskill, reskill, and future-proof their lives, careers, and communities.
At MIT Sloan Executive Education, we are focused on bridging the energy, engagement, and idea flow of in-person learning into online experiences.— Paul M.-S., Digital Capability Leader, MIT Sloan Executive Education
MIT offers a variety of online short courses designed to help participants develop the expertise they need to lead the charge in shaping the world of tomorrow.
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