DEDP webinar: Your path to a credential in the MITx MicroMasters® Program

Live via Zoom
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The MicroMasters® Program in Data, Economics, and Development Policy (DEDP) equips learners with the practical skills and theoretical knowledge to tackle some of the most pressing challenges facing people experiencing poverty around the world. 

Through seven courses taught by MIT faculty, learners will gain a strong foundation in microeconomics, development economics, probability, and statistics, and engage with cutting-edge research in the field. The program is unique in its focus on running randomized evaluations to assess the effectiveness of social programs and its emphasis on hands-on skills in data analysis. 

All course content is available online for free. Learners who wish to earn certificates in the courses can pay a fee to take proctored exams. Learners who complete three core and two elective courses earn a DEDP MicroMasters program credential and become eligible to apply to the on-campus master’s in DEDP at MIT and other graduate programs at participating global pathway schools.

Attend our sixty-minute webinar on May 16 at 11:00 am ET to learn more and to have your questions answered live by the DEDP program team! 

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