MITx Pathways to Masters

Earn Graduate School Credit by Completing an MITx MicroMasters(R)

Through Duquesne's agreement with the MITx MicroMasters Programs, you can accelerate your education by earning advanced standing credit toward several of Duquesne's graduate business degrees! This opportunity will help you save money and may even accelerate your degree completion.

Your successful achievement of a graduate-level credential from MIT demonstrates your passion, dedication and ability to complete graduate-level coursework, preparing you to achieve bigger goals with a master's degree from Duquesne.

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How It Works

Upon successful completion of a MicroMasters, you will be awarded advance standing for the courses and programs listed below.

Professional MBA

MicroMasters Advance Standing Awarded
Finance FINC-501 and FINC-530 (4.5 credits)
Statistics & Data Science STAT-501 and STAT-510 (4.5 credits)

MS in Analytics & Information Management

MicroMasters Advance Standing Awarded
Statistics & Data Science ISYS-610 and ISYS-620 (6 cr.)

MS in Supply Chain Management

MicroMasters Advance Standing Awarded
Principles of Manufacturing SCMG-610 and SCMG-616 (6 credits)
Supply Chain Management SCMG-610 and SCMG-614 (6 credits)
Statistics & Data Science SCMG-614 (3 credits)

Students who are considering the Professional MBA/MS-Analytics & Information Management and Professional MBA/MS-Supply Chain Management joint degrees are advised to declare the joint degree at the time of application in order to maximize advance standing opportunities across both degrees.

Advance standing opportunities are only available for degree-conferring programs. Candidates to certificate programs or Professional MBA candidates who are adding AIM or Supply Chain Management certificates are not eligible for advance standing in their certificate courses.

MicroMasters credential holders must fulfill all Duquesne University application requirements. You will need to provide your official edX learner record in order to receive advance standing.

Questions? Contact Chris Rouhier.

Information for International Students

International students are required to maintain full-time status (6+ credits per term) while studying on an F-1 visa. Advance standing pathways may affect full-time student status and visa eligibility. Personalized course plans may be available to ensure visa eligibility. International students wishing to complete the program from their home country are not impacted by F-1 visa requirements.

Please contact International Admissions at Duquesne University for more information.