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  • Compare Programs - MIT Professional Education
    more semesters Earn MIT credit and a certificate Build MIT connections and a global peer network Admission based on education work recommendations tuition Custom Programs Courses target company goals MIT faculty address company issues Courses run a few days to several weeks Single session or a series On campus or at company sites Build teamwork and internal networks Open to corporations government non profits tuition Short Programs Short courses usually

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  • Find Professional Education Courses - MIT Professional Education
    Each Professional Education program provides distinct learning experiences Follow the links below to match your educational needs with these offerings Advanced Study Program Fellows may choose courses from the MIT subject listing and schedule Short Programs Participants choose from more than 50 short courses on campus each year Find Courses by Topic and Courses by Date Digital Programs Digital Programs are offered only online and are taught by MIT faculty

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  • JOIN & CONNECT with MIT Professional Education
    Visit the link below and click like MIT Professional Education on Facebook Join us on Linkedin MIT Professional Education This is the official LinkedIn group for people interested in MIT Professional Education programs A benefit of being an MIT Professional Education Alum is gaining access to our special Linkedin groups created to help you network with like minded professionals If you attended one of the programs below click on the

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  • Newsletter | MIT Professional Education
    ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Download Newsletter pdf The fall 2015 Issue DEAR FRIENDS As we enter a new academic year it s an appropriate time to take stock of an amazing 12 months we have enjoyed since the publication last year of our newsletter commemorating the 65th Anniversary of MIT Short Programs The 66th season of Short Programs brought a record breaking 1 501 students from over 70 countries to the MIT campus this past summer as mentioned in the In Brief section to the left The highlight of the season was the inclusion of a portfolio of courses from the Center for Real Estate through a collaboration between MIT Professional Education and the Schools of Architecture and Engineering Through another partnership with the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology we accepted Masdar graduate students into the Advanced Study Program enabling the students to take graduate courses at MIT that will apply toward their own degree programs While we continuously appreciate the ability to serve thousands of working professionals around the world with our in classroom and the more recently added Digital Programs we also cherish the opportunity to welcome back MIT alumni who return to their alma mater on campus or online to gain further knowledge from MIT For us MIT alumni are always a very special group who we extend special care to In this edition you will hear from some of them You will also learn about programs we have developed specifically to engage with some of the world s leading corporations as well as our preparatory work for a new online professional course on Cybersecurity that is sure to garner the attention of industry professionals around the world Our very popular digital course Tackling the Challenges of Big Data is about to be offered for the seventh time

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  • MIT Professional Education Debuts Four New Short Programs Courses for U.S. and International Professionals
    scientist at Adobe He also has a patent for Dictionary Compilations a tool that uses an algorithm for spell checking in an online collaborative word processor Greene has also successfully published crossword puzzles in both the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal Kristyna Smith earned a BSE from Princeton University and is currently working at Draper Labs as an Aerospace Systems Mechanical Engineer She designed a flight management system that expanded collision avoidance calculations to three dimensions and incorporated multi agent scenarios regulatory maneuvering preferences airspace boundary regulations and full mission level capabilities Smith is taking Principles of Autonomy and Decision Making 16 413 this fall Dr Ibrahem Salloum a doctor at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital in Rhode Island is taking physics classes at MIT during the week while he continues his medical career on the weekends Another student Chien Chih Ernie Ho originally from Taiwan is taking computer science classes at MIT He is passionate about human computer interaction and has competed in several national and international competitions including Microsoft s Imagine Cup and The Asia Pacific ICT Alliance Award where he won second place Azan Thatte who currently works for General Electric has nine patents pending on a variety of inventions for the aerospace industry Originally from India he has already earned a doctorate in mechanical engineering He is currently taking Micro Nano Engineering Laboratory 2 675 course at MIT Sophie Kolberg originally from Switzerland came to ASP to study finance and international economics She is working towards a master s in quantitative finance from the University of Zurich which she hopes to complete by February 2017 It s always been a dream of mine to study at MIT Kolberg said I m really enjoying my classes though it is a lot of work There

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  • Faculty-Led Course for Educators on Mobile Computing at MIT
    for educators who teach computer science through mobile app design Instruction will be based on creating applications for Android devices using the App Inventor development environment Faculty experienced in educational mobile computing among them App Inventor creator MIT Professor Hal Abelson will engage participants from a variety of backgrounds Mobile computing is a fast paced industry where kids are the earliest adopters of the latest technology said Hal Abelson Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT This course allows for these same kids to grab hold of this exciting world through the development of applications that have the ability to change the way we think about smart devices Identifying the need for skilled trainers in mobile applications this program from MIT Professional Education is helping to make the ability to be the next star app developer available to students regardless of location or economic situation As our world continues to become more mobile the need for skilled app developers has become more important than ever said Bhaskar Pant Executive Director of MIT Professional Education And we know that the current generation of kids is growing up with mobile devices and are very adept at handling them This is why we are very excited to invest in and offer a course for the training of teachers who will in turn facilitate their students to produce potentially groundbreaking mobile applications of the future About MIT Master Trainers Program in Educational Mobile Computing Geared towards educators worldwide course participants will become an elite group of experts able to promote computer science education and serve as a resource for those seeking to infuse mobile computing education into their organizations programs and classrooms Extensive online pre work will prepare participants to take a deeper dive into mobile app development and teaching strategies during

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  • MIT Professional Education Launches Online Cybersecurity Course for Global Professionals
    U S but around the world said Bhaskar Pant Executive Director of MIT Professional Education Pant further notes that unlike other courses in cybersecurity this digital offering is designed to provide global professionals a broad holistic approach that will arm their organizations with the latest developments and technologies to address today s cybersecurity challenges At stake is not only the privacy of personal data but also the ability of our critical infrastructures to function said Howard Shrobe Director of CyberSecurity MIT CSAIL Through our new course participants will have the opportunity to learn about the causes of the cybersecurity problem and the most recent research developments that may ultimately solve the problem At CSAIL our focus is the future of computing and all its associated technologies including what is relevant for cybersecurity This gives us the opportunity to provide a one of a kind learning experience for participants looking to learn about the tools and skills they need to understand the technical and policy issues associated with cybersecurity said Daniela Rus Professor Electrical Engineering Computer Science Director MIT CSAIL This online course presented as part of MIT Professional Education s Digital Programs is delivered globally using the MIT and Harvard founded open sourced online education platform edX Digital Programs provide companies and organizations the ability to offer training and education to their employees on highly advanced topics facing a wide range of industries Upon completing the course participants will receive an MIT Professional Education Certificate of Completion course materials from all presentations 90 day personal access to the archived course includes videos discussion boards content and Wiki as well as access to MIT Professional Education s expansive professional alumni network The course launching on Sept 15 is being offered at an introductory price of 545 Immediate registration is available at

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  • MIT Professional Education to Offer New Short Courses
    finish hands on technical experience Lab time will include fabrication guidance by MIT faculty and assembly of components followed by measurement and inspection of the resulting parts The course materials cover 3D printing laser cutting polymers waterjet cutting metals and polymers CNC milling metals and polymers thermoforming polymers foam cutting silicone molding and use of a CNC router wood and or foam Students will keep parts that they create during the class Rapid prototyping technology is a key enabler for rapid design cycles and other creative engineering and artistic projects said Professor Martin Culpepper Director of the MIT Precision Compliant Systems Laboratory Program participants will take part in lab sessions that provide a hands on experience with a variety of state of the art rapid prototyping technologies The course is geared for professionals who need to understand what dominates and limits the capabilities of the rapid prototype fabrication processes Professionals seeking knowledge and insight on selecting the right processes and technologies and on making good design fabrication and assembly decisions will also benefit The course is appropriate for designers design engineers directors of engineering technicians researchers makers model builders and hobbyists The lessons learned are highly useful in fields related to design manufacturing the arts architecture and R D Enrollment is now open to qualifying U S and international professionals through the MIT Professional Education website MIT Professional Education Short Programs offers professionals more than 40 industry focused one to five day sessions taking place primarily in the summer Participants learn from leading MIT faculty and gain crucial knowledge to help fuel their careers or enhance their companies in a collaborative academic setting Upon completion participants receive an MIT Professional Education certificate of completion continuing education units and access to MIT Professional Education s expansive professional alumni network About MIT

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