What isOpenCourseWare

MIT OpenCourseWare offers free online courses from one of the world’s pre-eminent universities. Students can access materials from 500 graduate and undergraduate courses in 33 different disciplines ranging from science, humanities to arts. MIT OpenCourseWare provides lecture notes, syllabi, homework assignments with solutions, reading lists, tests and, in some cases, video lectures. The best part? There are no registration or prerequisites for enrollment!

While MIT does not award credit for successful completion of these open courses, students can still reap the benefits of MIT’s world-class education. The only downside is the absence of MIT’s world-renowned faculty.

FAQs

Do I have to register in order to enroll in a course?

No, you don’t need to register. All course materials are available to anyone and can be accessed anytime, anywhere.

Can I get academic credit for open courses?

No, MIT does not award credit for successful completion of open courses.

Expand your horizons and learn something new with MIT OpenCourseWare. Start your learning journey today!

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