Degrees and Programs
MIT offers a wide variety of courses to study, both at the undergraduate and graduate level. The first year at MIT will open the door to many intellectual, social, and cultural challenges and opportunities.
Consult the First Year section of this site for details on typical freshman schedule, details on special first-year student credit limits and the policies for first-year grades, as well as information on how your AP scores, international exam results, and/or your study at other colleges and universities may lead to credit or placement in more advanced subjects at MIT).
For detailed information about actual degree programs and paths, please follow the links provided below.
Visit the Undergraduate Education section of the MIT Course Catalog. A full list of MIT departments and links to information on academic degree programs can be found online at: http://mit.edu/education/index.html.
Graduate Degree Programs
See the Graduate Education section of the MIT Course Catalog, or visit the Graduate Admissions site for details about graduate study at MIT. Additional information for graduate students can be found on the Office of Graduate Education website.
Subject Listing and
Titles, descriptions, instructors, times, and locations for each subject offered at MIT. Symbols mark subjects that meet various Institute requirements. Use the handy scheduling tool for pre-registration.
Online Add/Drop >
Once Online Registration is submitted, all further requests to add, drop, change units, and change subject registration status are made via the Online Add/Drop application.
Your official academic record. Check often to make sure you're officially enrolled in the subjects you're attending. This is where you pre-register for each term. You can also see your grades and check your progress toward Institute requirements.