MIT Ningbo Supply Chain Management (MNSCM) Program

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Overview:

The MIT-Ningbo Supply Chain Management (MNSCM) Program is offered by the Ningbo Supply Chain Innovation Institute China (NSCIIC). Mirroring the top-ranked MIT Supply Chain Management program offered at the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics, the MNSCM program delivers cutting-edge knowledge and expertise in problem solving, change management, and leadership. The graduates will be equipped with the skills that companies seek in an increasingly complex and dynamic marketplace as a result of two years of challenging coursework, immersion in state-of-the-art research, and interaction with industry partners. The first cohort of students will enroll in September 2017. We look forward to you joining the inaugural class!

Highlights

  • The program combines the curriculum of the Masters in Supply Chain Management program offered at MIT with MBA courses required by China National MBA Education Supervisory Committee.
  • The program is instructed in English by faculty graduated from top international universities with rich industry experience and expertise as well as visiting professors from the MIT Global SCALE Network.
  • In addition to the challenging curriculum, the program emphasizes communication skills development, leadership training, and extensive interactions with the industry.
  • NSCIIC engages with many local and multi-national corporations on initiatives such as industry lectures, thesis research projects, and student recruitment.
  • Upon graduation, students will be inducted as Associate Members of the MIT Alumni Association and become alumni of the MIT Global SCALE Network.

Degree/Certificate:

Master of Business Administration awarded by Ningbo University.

Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, awarded by MIT Global SCALE Network.


Calendar:

Two year full-time study; first year for course study and second year for internship and dissertation


Core Courses:
  • Business Writing for Supply Chain Management
  • System Dynamics
  • Datebase, Internet and Systems Integration Technologies
  • Supply Chain Finance
  • Analytical Methods for Supply Chain Management
  • Logistics Systems
  • Case Studies in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Introduction to Supply Chain Leadership
  • Management Accounting and Control
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Supply Chain Leadership
  • Supply Chain Software
  • Economics for Business Decision

Visit the MNSCM Program website