According to the college, students can earn their master’s degree via the World Wide Web. The two-year curriculum includes 36 credit hours of industrial distribution and business courses. Students also attend two weeks in residence at Texas A&M (one week during each of the program’s two years).
The college also says that MID students receive training that is intense in theory, research, and practical application. During their courses, students complete projects that delve into the problems facing the industrial distribution and manufacturing industries, as well as proposing strategic, effective solutions.
Applications are available at http://mid.tamu.edu (website).
Publication date: 11/04/2002