14-month long program focuses on supply chain management

Italy's MIP Politecnico di Milano has teamed up with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to offer a new dual degree MBA program with a focus in supply chain management.

Over the course of 14 months, students will study at both the MIP and MIT campuses, and come away with two degrees: an MBA from MIP and a master's-level SCM (Supply Chain Management) degree from MIT.

For more information, please read this press release announcing the launch of the MBA/SCM program, or see MIP's full profile here at FIND MBA.

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