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    New Majors and Minors

    15-1: Management
    15-2: Business Analytics
    15-3: Finance

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    15-1: Management

    Ideas changing the world.
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    15-2: Business Analytics

    Moving data to action.
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    15-3: Finance

    Applying finance tools to industry.
  • Registering for Fall 2018 Course 15 Classes

    Course 15 Fall 2018 Subject Selection.

    The Fall 2018 Sloan Course schedule is available in Excel. You can also review the Sloan Course Browser for course descriptions. 

    Bidding is not required for Sloan undergraduate courses: 15.0111, 15.0341, 15.0621, 15.0791, 15.279, 15.301, 15.310, 15.312, 15.359J, 15.3901, 15.3991, 15.401 A&B, 15.418, 15.4331, 15.4341, 15.4371, 15.501, 15.772, and 15.780. Pre-register through WebSIS starting May 1st. Seats are held for undergraduates in these courses.

    For all other Sloan courses (such as 15.402, 15.535, 15.665, and other graduate-level subjects undergraduates have taken), you can participate in Sloan course bidding as you have done in previous semesters. A pilot option this year is to complete a survey indicating your desired fall classes, and we will contact you directly regarding these courses. By completing this survey, you do not need to bid.

  • Featured Student Profile: David Afolabi, SB '16

  • A business curriculum made from MIT

    MIT Sloan, Course 15 will bring a business perspective to your technical and quantitative expertise. It's management education grounded in the scientific method and tested in the world. You'll do problem sets with a practical purpose, using business cases to learn not only how to get the answers, but also how to apply your answers.

    Whether you want to single or double major, minor, or take one to a handful of subjects, your Course 15 experience will provide real value and impact.

    In addition to more than 150 courses in 14 academic groups, Course 15 also offers Undergraduate Research Opportunitiesstudent clubsentrepreneurship competitions, and community lunches.

    Even with their varied interests and backgrounds, our students have important commonalities. They are smart. They are inventive. They are open to exploring difficult problems and determined to find the right solutions. Are you Course 15?