This is Course 15
Grounded in the scientific method. Backed by a quantitative foundation. And refined in the real world. Course 15 was established more than 100 years ago to give MIT students a timeless advantage: practical business skills to make ideas matter. Choose a major or minor in management, business analytics, or finance. Sit shoulder-to-shoulder with graduate students who bring real-world work experience to the classroom. Participate in class discussions that mimic workplace environments where teams of diverse experience, levels, and expertise work together.
Interested in Taking a Course 15 Class in the Spring?
With three majors and three minors available to MIT undergraduates, you can bring your startup to life, your best prototypes to market, and be positioned to lead, in and for the world.
Interested in joining Course 15? Curriculum information is below. Email us to schedule an appointment.
Course 15 Majors & Minors
The foundation for business starts here. 15-1 Management gives students a broad exposure to management and business topics. Building upon this base, students then tailor their education towards a deep dive in a specific subject area or an interdisciplinary/cross-disciplinary concentration.
15-2 Business Analytics
Data-based decisions for tough challenges. 15-2 Business Analytics informs the scientific process of using data to make better decisions in business and other domains. By using data analysis, optimization techniques, and modeling tools, students in the field of Business Analytics have the potential to make sense of big data across myriad sectors.
Shape your mind, then shape markets. 15-3 Finance provides a rigorous curriculum designed to train students for careers that focus on the application and management of modern finance tools. Beginning with the fundamentals of finance, accounting, microeconomics, probability, and statistics, students then choose electives based on specific finance interests.