To earn the MITx MicroMasters program credential in Principles of Manufacturing, there is no formal enrollment process for the entire program credential. Instead, you need to register for each individual course as your schedule permits. Enrollment in the courses is open to anyone with an internet connection, regardless of location.
There is no specific undergraduate degree requirement to enroll in the MicroMasters program. However, to be successful in the program, it is recommended to have a solid engineering undergraduate preparation or equivalent, as well as some knowledge of basic manufacturing processes. Additionally, a familiarity with statistics and probability theory, or the ability to quickly learn these concepts, is required.
To complete the program credential, you must enroll as a verified learner in each of the courses and pass the four virtually-proctored final exams. Verification involves making the payment for the course and meeting the verification requirements specified by edX. You can find more information about course verification on the edX platform.
It's important to note that while enrollment in the MicroMasters program does not have specific undergraduate degree requirements, if you are applying to the MIT Master of Engineering in Advanced Manufacturing and Design, you will still need to meet the usual admission requirements, which may include an appropriate engineering undergraduate degree and preparation.