MID program graduates largest class


The Master of Industrial Distribution (MID) program recently graduated 51 professionals, marking the 13th and largest cohort of graduates from the program since its inception in 2001. The students were on the Texas A&M University campus to present their capstone projects to faculty, research staff, MID advisory board members and fellow students. The next cohort of 74 students will be ready for graduation in May 2016.

The MID Program is a 21-month distance education graduate program specifically designed for working professionals. The program is designed to serve the needs of working professionals who require flexibility in their schedules and location. Courses have been developed specifically to maximize web-based learning advantages. The program dramatically increases the participant’s ability to think globally, integrate trends, acquire knowledge and act strategically. The rigorous and interdisciplinary degree ensures that students are well equipped to handle both the demands of daily business as well as the unique challenges of doing business in a global economy. The MID program is the largest distance-based graduate program in Texas A&M’s Dwight Look College of Engineering.

For more information visit the program website.