MIT LGO - Operations Management MBA and Engineering Masters

Two degrees in two years

Learn from world-class faculty at the MIT School of Engineering and the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Jump-start your career

Over 95% of LGO graduates are employed at graduation

Action learning

Gain valuable experience interning at a leading manufacturing or operations company in the U.S. or abroad.

Industry-sponsored fellowship

Based on the strength of our industry partnerships, all LGO students receive a generous fellowship.

The LGO experience – in the words of students, alumni, and staff.

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News

Code Fellows CEO
Kristin Smith '03 is
alumni board chair

Smith shares her pre- and post-LGO path and hopes to find new ways for alums to give back.
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Prospective students
immerse themselves
during LGO visit

About 100 people from all over the country plunged into tours, classes and conversations at MIT during LGO Ambassador Day.
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Featured Student Blog

David Hahs '15

David Hahs
LGO ’15

David takes a quick trip to Tennessee to see an LGO friend—and they both tour the Corvette and Nissan plants nearby.
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Engineering MBA Dual Degree Program

MIT's Leaders for Global Operations program brings together the rigor and technical expertise of the MIT School of Engineering, the business, leadership practice, and cutting-edge theory of the MIT Sloan School of Management and the real-world experience of the LGO manufacturing and operations industry partners. Our students receive two degrees in two years: either an MBA or a Master of Science in Management degree from MIT Sloan School of Management, and a Master of Science degree from one of seven participating departments in the School of Engineering.

LGO's fast-paced program and diverse mix of students and alumni, senior industry executives, and faculty from MIT's Sloan School of Management and School of Engineering create an exciting global operations learning environment. Together, the community develops, designs, implements, and participates in a forward-looking, integrative engineering and management program that gives its partners the knowledge, tools, and support they need to strengthen, lead, and transform industry.