MIT Sloan School Of Management

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DEFINITION

One of the top business schools in America, located at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Sloan School of Management was originally founded as the engineering administration curriculum in the department of economics and statistics, before implementing a master's degree in management in 1925.


INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS

The Sloan School of Management offers bachelor's degrees, master's degrees and doctorates. The school also offers executive education programs which are classified as non-degree programs. Sloan does not offer an executive MBA or part-time program, but does offer such programs as: leaders for manufacturing, system design and management and the biomedical enterprise program.


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