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Founded to accelerate the nation’s industrial revolution, MIT is profoundly American. With ingenuity and drive, our graduates have invented fundamental technologies, launched new industries, and created millions of American jobs. At the same time, and without the slightest sense of contradiction, MIT is profoundly global(opens in new window). Our community gains tremendous strength as a magnet for talent from around the world. Through teaching, research, and innovation, MIT’s exceptional community pursues its mission of service to the nation and the world.

The mission of MIT is to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century.

The Institute is committed to generating, disseminating, and preserving knowledge, and to working with others to bring this knowledge to bear on the world’s great challenges. MIT is dedicated to providing its students with an education that combines rigorous academic study and the excitement of discovery with the support and intellectual stimulation of a diverse campus community. We seek to develop in each member of the MIT community the ability and passion to work wisely, creatively, and effectively for the betterment of humankind.



A micro-credential is a certificate program that is made up of a series of related courses to develop a particular skill for professional development.

MIT have partnered with edX to deliver the following micro-credentials:

MicroMasters® Program in Statistics and Data Science
This MicroMasters program in Statistics and Data Science is comprised of four online courses and a virtually proctored exam that will provide you with the foundational knowledge essential to understanding the methods and tools used in data science, and hands-on training in data analysis and machine learning.

MicroMasters® Program in Supply Chain Management
The MicroMasters program certificate will showcase your understanding of supply chain analytics, design, technology, dynamics and end-to-end supply chain management.

MicroMasters® Program in Principles of Manufacturing
Learn the principles of manufacturing: process control, production flow, supply chain and basic finance, from the world’s #1 ranked Mechanical Engineering department.

Socially Responsible Real Estate Development Professional Certificate
Learn how to practice socially responsible real estate development by applying social impact assessment (SIA), environmental impact assessment (EIA), and consultation methods effectively.

Circuits and Electronics XSeries Program
Learn electronic circuit techniques and applications in designing microchips for smartphones, self-driving cars, computers, and the Internet.

Introductory Mechanics XSeries Program
Learn about forces, energy, rotational motion and simple harmonic motion in this full set of courses representing the first introductory physics class at MIT.

Introductory Electricity and Magnetism XSeries Program
Learn about Electric and Magnetic Fields and Forces, as well as simple circuits, and electromagnetic waves in this full set of courses representing the second introductory physics class at MIT.

18.01x Single Variable Calculus XSeries Program
In this series, you will learn the mathematical notation, physical meaning, and geometric interpretation of a variety of calculus concepts. Along with the fundamental computational skills required to solve these problems, you will also gain insight into real-world applications of these mathematical ideas.

xMinor in Materials for Electronic, Optical, and Magnetic Devices XSeries Program
Discover the science and engineering behind the materials and devices that power our modern world.

18.03x Differential Equations XSeries Program
Differential equations are the language of the models that we use to describe the world around us. In this series, we will explore temperature, spring systems, circuits, population growth, biological cell motion, and much more to illustrate how differential equations can be used to model nearly everything.


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