JUNE 22, 2021
Candidacy fee $150 USD
(10% early enrollment discount
available until May 25, 2021)
Professional Certificate Program in Digital Transformation
Given today’s dynamic economic and industrial needs, organizations are required to embrace change from within by promoting continuous education for professionals who want to improve or learn new skills.
Now more than ever, hard skills such as understanding and managing: artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of things (IoT), cloud computing, DevOps, blockchain, are essential as they’re combined with soft skills such as: leadership, innovation, and cultural awareness.
The 4th Industrial Revolution is upon us and organizations are going through unprecedented changes. Both organizations and its employees must be trained to adapt and prepare for the challenges ahead. To address this need, MIT Professional Education has designed reskilling and upskilling solutions, to help organizations build a culture of continuous education providing their employees with the knowledge and skills needed for the 4th Industrial Revolution.
Do you want to know more? Get the brochure with all the information by filling out this form. We are available to answer any questions you might have.
Professional Certificate Program in Digital Transformation – Program Outline
For nine months, and in a completely online format, we will guide participants through the five courses that will help them carry out their own digital evolution:
The Professional Certificate Program in Digital Transformation introduces participants to the key technologies behind today’s technological revolution and gives them the practical tools that they need to drive the digital transformation in their organizations.
Upon successful completion of the five courses that make up the Professional Certificate Program in Digital Transformation, participants will:
Learn to combine excellence in the application of technical capacity with interpersonal and leadership skills.
Deepening in the context of globalization to which we are exposed to be able to operate in this new culture of continuous innovation.
Discover the five technologies that are transforming our societies and how they are doing it: blockchain, cloud computing, AI, IoT and cybersecurity.
Get familiar with cloud computing and DevOps to analyze the best way to harness its potential and achieve a secure software design, as well as efficient technological operations.
Develop a deeper insight about blockchain fundamentals and its practical applications.
Understand the platform and product family’s concepts and be able to prioritize drivers of modularity and product platform design in order to identify new market and product opportunities and generate revenue growth.
Who is this program for?
Professional Certificate Program in Digital Transformation is aimed at various professional profiles, among which are:
HOW TO ENROLL
Fill in the admission form, complete the required information about your academic and work experience, and tell us your motivation.
Pay the candidacy fee of $ 150 USD (non-refundable).
After receiving the candidacy fee, you will receive a call from the Admissions Team in order to conduct a telephone interview.
The Admissions Team will evaluate your application, considering your academic and work experience and your motivation for the certificate.
We will notify you of the result within two business days after the interview.
If you are admitted, you can finalize the payment through PayPal. Your place will be reserved for one week, starting from the moment your admission is confirmed.
Your place will be definitively confirmed the moment we receive the full fee payment.
You will receive a welcome email with the next steps.
Candidacy fee $150 USD
(10% early enrollment discount
available until May 25, 2021)
Payment can be made via:
- Bank transfer (please consult our advisors if you prefer this option).
Methodology and Evaluation
We believe in practical applications and implementing what participants learn. That’s why at MIT Professional Education, we will give participants the tools to make their experience as fulfilling as possible.
Participants will have the chance to participate in an engaging and collaborative classroom environment with discussion forums and group activities. The participants of our programs can interact directly with peers and program facilitators.
At MIT Professional Education, we are committed to accompanying organizations as they aspire to provide their professionals with the ongoing education critical for success in today’s competitive environment.
That’s why we offer plans for companies who wish to train their professionals with us:
MIT Professional Education Faculty
DR. DAVID NIÑO
Leadership & Innovation
Senior Lecturer in the Bernard M. Gordon-MIT Engineering Leadership Program
Dr. David Niño holds a PhD in Management from the University of Texas at Austin, where he also earned his BA, BBA, and MA degrees.
Dr. Niño has published on the subjects of leadership, ethics, organizational culture, and the development of professional management skills. He has conducted research in high technology environments and is currently interested in investigating how leadership is developed among engineers and engineering organizations.
He is currently a founding officer of the Leadership Development Division of the American Society of Engineering Education and consults with professionals and executives in the areas of leadership and team development.
Cultural Awareness for Global Business
Executive Director, MIT Professional Education
Bhaskar Pant is the Executive Director of MIT Professional Education, the arm of MIT that provides technical professionals a gateway to MIT expertise.
Under his leadership, MIT Professional Education has substantially increased the number of corporate relationships that it maintains, and the number of programs that it offers. Professionals from more than 120 countries participate in its on-campus, international, online and hybrid programs, which cover topics ranging from AI and biotech to real estate and leadership. This global expansion is linked to Mr. Pant’s service on the MIT President’s Task Force on the Future of Education at MIT – he contributed to the sub-committee on Bringing MIT to the World.
Prior to joining MIT, Mr. Pant held senior leadership positions in academic and corporate organizations around the globe.
DR. ABEL SANCHEZ
Cloud & DevOps: Continuous Transformation · Blockchain: Disruptive Technology · Digital Transformation
Executive Director, MIT Geospatial Data Center
Dr. Abel Sanchez is the architect of the Internet of Things global network. He is the architect of data analytics platforms for SAP, Ford, Johnson & Johnson, Accenture, Shell, Exxon Mobil, and Altria. He also architected cyberattack impact analyses for the U.S. Department of Defense, and a password firewall for IARPA.
Dr. Sanchez holds a PhD from MIT, and teaches MIT courses on cybersecurity, engineering, blockchain, the cloud, and data science. He also has developed educational software for Microsoft, helped to establish the Accenture Technology Academy, produced over 150 educational videos, and worked for ten years with learning management systems, which he has helped deploy in America, Asia, and Europe.
PROFESSOR JOHN R. WILLIAMS
Blockchain: Disruptive Technology · Cloud & DevOps: Continuous Transformation · Digital Transformation
Professor of Information Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director, MIT Geospatial Data Center
Professor John R. Williams’ research focuses on the development and application of computational algorithms to distributed cyber-physical systems. He was Director of MIT’s Auto-ID Laboratory, where the Internet of Things was invented. He was named, alongside Bill Gates and Larry Ellison, as one of the 50 most powerful people in Computer Networks.
He is author or co-author of over 250 journal and conference papers. Professor Williams teaches courses on the fundamentals of programming, modern software development, web system architecting, Cloud, and blockchain. Professor Williams holds a BA in physics from Oxford University, an MSc in physics from UCLA, and a PhD from Swansea University.
Assistant Vice President
Bank of America Business
“A good course especially if you want to learn current trends in cloud computing and good DevOps practices”.
Jaber H. Jaber
Software Development Manager,
Alexa Proactive Systems
“A great course for anyone who wants to take their team and organization to the cloud”.
CEO & Founder
“Great course that gave me a great overview of the business value of agile organisations using new technologies”.
“MIT Professional Education masterfully conveys a deep technical understanding of Cloud & DevOps while emphasizing how value is created for the business. Perfect preparation for successful C-suite strategy presentations”.
Sanjay K. Sharma
Chief Technology Officer, SWP
“This is an excellent and very balanced course with lots of reference information, hands on exercises and case studies.
Overall, a great learning opportunity, excellent faculty and excellent facilitator with lots of real-life case studies to learn”.
CTO and CIO
“ I realized that my knowledge is overestimated and consequently was enjoying less than I imagined my time and especially the time of my team. The reflections and the way the course is structured, even in online format, allowed me to see unclear points and reflect on what else I can improve”.
Senior Product Manager
“Many of the discoveries contributed a lot to my personal development, but at the moment of integrating them I had a wow moment that allowed me to see further in my strategy and my position as a leader”.
The Boeing Company
“I admit, course 2 is the single best education course on the relationship between leadership and innovation that I’ve ever seen, and I’ve attended many other courses. It is comprehensive and practical in the learning content. It’s a complete system of leadership and innovation skills with useful tools in every section. The course is incredibly insightful”.
All participants who successfully complete the five courses will receive an MIT Professional Education Certificate of Completion, as well as 31,6 Continuing Education Units (CEU).
In order to obtain CEUs, participants must complete a required CEU accreditation form. CEUs are calculated based on the number of learning hours in each course.
MIT Professional Education offers a series of benefits to participants who successfully complete the Professional Certificate Program in Digital Transformation.
MIT Professional Education
Fire Hydrant Award
Jerome Wiesner, former president of MIT (1971-1980), described the experience of studying at MIT as “drinking from a fire hydrant.” Life and learning at MIT require firmness, constancy and a great deal of determination. Our professional programs attempt to instill these competencies.
Thus, the Fire Hydrant Award was born. It recognizes those who demonstrate their dedication to learning, their ability to put knowledge into practice, and their adherence to core MIT values, including: excellence, courage, humility, curiosity, a passion for solving problems, and a desire to improve society.