Over the last half-century, MIT Sloan has defined the science of management and engineered innovations that have changed the face of business. System dynamics, marketing science, McGregor's Theory X and Theory Y, and the Black-Scholes-Merton derivatives pricing model are just a few examples.
When you start at MIT, you start a quest for extraordinary impact, a tradition of innovation, and a career investment that will broaden your perspective and deepen your impact.
The instinct for invention and reinvention is deeply embedded in the culture. Nothing is taken for granted, and everything is approached from a fresh perspective.
MIT alumni have founded many major international corporations, among them Eastman Kodak, Hewlett-Packard, Raytheon, McDonnell Douglas, Texas Instruments, Digital, Intel, Bose, Polaroid, Campbell Soup, Gillette, and Teradyne.
At every hour of every day, members of the MIT community are sharing innovative perspectives, new research, and techniques that are setting the agenda in their field. We anticipate that, by learning a scientific approach to management, graduates of the MIT Executive MBA program will continue in that tradition.