There are four components to the Bachelor of Science degree at MIT:
These requirements can be illustrated conceptually like this:
The following are the requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Management Science:
Sloan uses a course bidding system to determine enrollment in graduate courses. Students should pre-register and bid for each Sloan graduate subject they wish to take the following term. Students who wish to take undergraduate classes (those designated "U" in the MIT Subject Listing & Schedule) should pre-register for them as they would any other MIT course. (Bidding is not necessary.)
For additional information about the bidding process, visit the MIT Sloan Bidding site.
* 15.301 is a 15-unit subject. MIT will count 12 of these units toward the Institute Lab Requirement, which is a GIR, and the remaining 3 units will count toward units beyond GIRs.
† Additional information about 15.053 and 15.058 can be found on Prof. James Orlin’s faculty pages.
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