Courses & Subjects
In addition to the languages of numbers, science and technology, MIT educates students to speak the languages of global issues, political science, economics, history, justice, ethics, and morality. And the real languages of cultures from around the planet. Through dozens of academic programs available to students both here on campus and in locations around the world, students graduate from MIT prepared to be global citizens.
MIT Course Listings
There are over 300 courses at MIT that include a significant focus on global and international issues. To see a list of these courses, search the global MIT database or the online subject listings and schedule for subjects of interest.
|16||Aeronautics and Astronautics|
|9||Brain & Cognitive Sciences|
|15||Business (MIT Sloan)|
|1||Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|CMS||Comparative Media Studies|
|12||Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences|
|6||Electrical Engineering and Computer Science|
|ESD||Engineering Systems Division|
|21F||Foreign Languages and Literature|
|HST||Health Sciences and Technology|
|24||Linguistics and Philosophy|
|15||Management (MIT Sloan)|
|3||Materials Science and Engineering|
|MAS||Media Arts and Sciences|
|21M||Music and Theater Arts|
|22||Nuclear Science and Engineering|
|24||Philosophy and Linguistics|
|STS||Science, Technology, and Society|
|21M||Theater Arts and Music|
|11||Urban Studies and Planning|
|21W||Writing and Humanistic Studies|
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