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MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 16.00Introduction to Aerospace Engineering and DesignSpring 2003
 16.01Unified Engineering I, II, III, & IVFall 2005
 16.02Unified Engineering I, II, III, & IVFall 2005
 16.03Unified Engineering I, II, III, & IVFall 2005
 16.04Unified Engineering I, II, III, & IVFall 2005
 16.050Thermal EnergyFall 2002
 16.06Principles of Automatic ControlFall 2003
 16.07DynamicsFall 2004
 16.100AerodynamicsFall 2005
 16.120Compressible FlowSpring 2003
 16.13Aerodynamics of Viscous FluidsFall 2003
 16.20Structural MechanicsFall 2002
 16.21Techniques for Structural Analysis and DesignSpring 2005
 16.225Computational Mechanics of MaterialsFall 2003
 16.230JPlates and ShellsSpring 2006
 16.30Estimation and Control of Aerospace SystemsSpring 2004
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16.31Feedback Control SystemsFall 2007
 16.322Stochastic Estimation and ControlFall 2004
 16.323Principles of Optimal ControlSpring 2006
 16.333Aircraft Stability and ControlFall 2004
 16.337JDynamics of Nonlinear SystemsFall 2003
 16.355JSoftware Engineering ConceptsFall 2005
 16.358JSystem SafetySpring 2005
 16.36Communication Systems EngineeringSpring 2003
 16.37JData Communication NetworksFall 2002
 16.394JInfinite Random Matrix TheoryFall 2004
 16.399Random Matrix Theory and Its ApplicationsSpring 2004
 16.410Principles of Autonomy and Decision MakingFall 2005
 16.412JCognitive RoboticsSpring 2005
 16.413Principles of Autonomy and Decision MakingFall 2005
 16.422Human Supervisory Control of Automated SystemsSpring 2004
 16.423JAerospace Biomedical and Life Support EngineeringSpring 2006
 16.512Rocket PropulsionFall 2005
 16.522Space PropulsionSpring 2004
 16.540Internal Flows in TurbomachinesSpring 2006
 16.61Aerospace DynamicsSpring 2003
 16.621Experimental Projects ISpring 2003
 16.622Experimental Projects IIFall 2003
 16.652Inventions and PatentsFall 2005
 16.653Management in EngineeringFall 2004
 16.682Prototyping AvionicsSpring 2006
 16.72Air Traffic ControlFall 2006
 16.75JAirline ManagementSpring 2006
 16.76JLogistical and Transportation Planning MethodsFall 2004
 16.76JLogistical and Transportation Planning MethodsFall 2006
 16.77JAirline Schedule PlanningSpring 2003
 16.810Engineering Design and Rapid PrototypingJanuary (IAP) 2005
 16.810Engineering Design and Rapid PrototypingJanuary (IAP) 2007
 16.812The Aerospace IndustrySpring 2004
 16.83XSpace Systems EngineeringSpring 2002
 16.851Satellite EngineeringFall 2003
 16.852JIntegrating the Lean EnterpriseFall 2005
 16.862Engineering Risk-Benefit AnalysisSpring 2007
 16.863JSystem SafetySpring 2005
 16.881Robust System DesignSummer 1998
 16.885JAircraft Systems EngineeringFall 2004
 16.885JAircraft Systems EngineeringFall 2005
 16.886Air Transportation Systems ArchitectingSpring 2004
 16.888Multidisciplinary System Design OptimizationSpring 2004
 16.891JSpace Policy SeminarSpring 2003
 16.892JSpace System Architecture and DesignFall 2004
 16.895JEngineering Apollo: The Moon Project as a Complex SystemSpring 2007
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16.89JSpace Systems EngineeringSpring 2007
 16.901Computational Methods in Aerospace EngineeringSpring 2005
 16.910JIntroduction to Numerical Simulation (SMA 5211)Fall 2003
 16.920JNumerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations (SMA 5212)Spring 2003
 16.940JComputational GeometrySpring 2003
 16.985JProseminar in ManufacturingFall 2005
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MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 21A.100Introduction to AnthropologyFall 2004
 21A.110Anthropological TheorySpring 2003
 21A.112Seminar in Ethnography and FieldworkFall 2003
 21A.211Magic, Witchcraft, and the Spirit WorldFall 2003
 21A.212Myth, Ritual, and SymbolismSpring 2004
 21A.215Medical AnthropologyFall 2004
 21A.216JDilemmas in Bio-Medical Ethics: Playing God or Doing Good?Spring 2005
 21A.217Anthropology of War and PeaceFall 2004
 21A.218JIdentity and DifferenceFall 2002
 21A.218JIdentity and DifferenceSpring 2007
 21A.219Law and SocietySpring 2003
 21A.224JIntroduction to Latin American StudiesFall 2005
 21A.225JViolence, Human Rights, and JusticeFall 2004
 21A.226Ethnic and National IdentitySpring 2005
 21A.230JThe Contemporary American FamilySpring 2004
 21A.231JGender, Sexuality, and SocietySpring 2006
 21A.235American Dream: Exploring Class in the U.S.Spring 2007
 21A.240Race and ScienceSpring 2004
 21A.245JPower: Interpersonal, Organizational and Global DimensionsFall 2005
 21A.260Culture, Embodiment and the SensesFall 2005
 21A.336Marketing, Microchips and McDonalds: Debating GlobalizationSpring 2004
 21A.337JDocumenting CultureSpring 2004
 21A.338JGender, Power, and International DevelopmentFall 2003
 21A.340JTechnology and CultureFall 2006
 21A.342Environmental StrugglesFall 2004
 21A.344JDrugs, Politics, and CultureSpring 2006
 21A.344JDrugs, Politics, and CultureSpring 2003
 21A.348Photography and TruthSpring 2005
 21A.350JThe Anthropology of ComputingFall 2004
 21A.430JIntroduction to Latin American StudiesFall 2006
 21A.441The Conquest of AmericaSpring 2004
 21A.453Anthropology of the Middle EastSpring 2004
 21A.460JMedicine, Religion and Politics in Africa and the African DiasporaSpring 2005
 21A.750JSocial Theory and AnalysisFall 2004
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MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 4.001JCityScope: New OrleansSpring 2007
 4.101Experiencing Architecture StudioSpring 2003
 4.104Architectural Design: IntentionsSpring 2004
 4.104Architecture Studio: IntentionsSpring 2005
 4.107MArch Portfolio SeminarFall 2003
 4.123Architectural Design, Level I: Perceptions and ProcessesFall 2003
 4.125Architecture Studio: Building in LandscapesFall 2002
 4.125AArchitecture Studio: Building in LandscapesFall 2005
 4.125BArchitecture Studio: Building in LandscapesFall 2005
 4.131Architectural Design, Level II: Material Essence: The Glass HouseFall 2003
 4.131BArchitectural Design, Level II: Material and Tectonic Transformations: The Herreshoff MuseumFall 2003
 4.132Architecture Design, Level II: Cuba StudioSpring 2004
 4.143Immaterial Limits: Process and DurationFall 2002
 4.144Architectural Design, Level II: New Orleans StudioSpring 2006
 4.155BArchitectural Design, Level III: A Student Center for MITFall 2004
 4.163JUrban Design Studio: ProvidenceSpring 2005
 4.163JUrban DesignFall 2003
 4.166Beijing Urban Design StudioSummer 2006
 4.170Ecuador WorkshopFall 2006
 4.171The Space Between WorkshopFall 2004
 4.171Ecuador WorkshopFall 2006
 4.173Digital Mock-Up WorkshopSpring 2004
 4.175Case Studies in City FormFall 2005
 4.181Architectural Design Workshop - Rethinking Office DevelopmentSpring 2003
 4.181Architecture Design Workshop: Researching User Demand for Innovative OfficesFall 2002
 4.183Sustainable Design and Technology Research WorkshopSpring 2004
 4.184Architectural Design Workshop: Collage - Method and FormSpring 2004
 4.184Architectural Design Workshops: Computational Design for HousingSpring 2002
 4.185JBeijing Urban Design StudioSummer 2004
 4.191Introduction to Integrated DesignFall 2006
 4.195Special Problems in Architectural DesignSpring 2005
 4.196Architecture Design, Level II: Cuba StudioSpring 2004
 4.206Introduction to Design ComputingSpring 2004
 4.211JThe Once and Future CitySpring 2006
 4.212Design FabricationSpring 2003
 4.213JAdvanced Seminar: Urban Nature and City DesignFall 2005
 4.215JSensing Place: Photography as InquirySpring 2006
 4.215JSites in Sight: Photography as InquiryFall 2003
 4.220Urban Housing: Paris, London, New YorkFall 2004
 4.235JUrban Design PoliticsSpring 2003
 4.240JUrban Design Skills: Observing, Interpreting, and Representing the CityFall 2004
 4.241JTheory of City FormSpring 2004
 4.243JMedia Technology and City Design and DevelopmentSpring 2002
 4.250JIntroduction to Urban Design and DevelopmentSpring 2006
 4.252JIntroduction to Urban Design and DevelopmentFall 2006
 4.255JSite and Urban Systems PlanningSpring 2006
 4.257JProperty Rights in TransitionSpring 2005
 4.273Introduction to Design InquiryFall 2001
 4.273Introduction to Design InquiryFall 2004
 4.285Research Topics in Architecture: Citizen-Centered Design of Open Governance SystemsFall 2002
 4.285Power of Place: Media Technology, Youth, and City Design and DevelopmentSpring 2001
 4.296Furniture MakingSpring 2005
 4.297Special Problems in Architecture StudiesFall 2000
 4.301Introduction to the Visual ArtsSpring 2007
 4.302BSAD Foundations in the Visual ArtsFall 2003
 4.303Dialogue in Art, Architecture, and UrbanismFall 2003
 4.303The Production of Space: Art, Architecture and Urbanism in DialogueFall 2006
 4.322Introduction to SculptureFall 2003
 4.341Introduction to PhotographyFall 2002
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4.341Introduction to Photography and Related MediaFall 2007
 4.343Photography and Related MediaFall 2002
 4.351Introduction to VideoSpring 2004
 4.366Advanced Projects in the Visual Arts: Personal NarrativeSpring 2004
 4.367Studio Seminar in Public ArtSpring 2006
 4.370Interrogative Design WorkshopFall 2005
 4.401Introduction to Building TechnologySpring 2006
 4.406Ecologies of ConstructionSpring 2007
 4.411Building Technology LaboratorySpring 2004
 4.42JFundamentals of Energy in BuildingsFall 2003
 4.430DaylightingFall 2006
 4.440Basic Structural TheorySpring 2003
 4.441Building Technologies II: Building Structural Systems ISpring 2003
 4.442Building Technologies III: Building Structural Systems IIFall 2002
 4.448Analysis of Historic StructuresFall 2004
 4.461Building Technology I: Materials and ConstructionFall 2004
 4.462Building Technologies II: Building Structural Systems ISpring 2003
 4.463Building Technologies III: Building Structural Systems IIFall 2002
 4.463Building Technology III: Building Structural SystemsFall 2004
 4.491Form-Finding and Structural Optimization: Gaudi WorkshopFall 2004
 4.493Emergent Materials IISpring 2005
 4.493Natural Light in DesignJanuary (IAP) 2006
 4.500Introduction to Design ComputingSpring 2006
 4.501Architectural Construction and ComputationFall 2005
 4.510Digital Design FabricationFall 2005
 4.511Digital Mock-Up WorkshopSpring 2006
 4.520Computational Design I: Theory and ApplicationsFall 2005
 4.521Computational Design I: Theory and ApplicationsFall 2005
 4.580Inquiry into Computation and DesignFall 2006
 4.602Modern Art and Mass CultureSpring 2004
 4.607Thinking About Architecture: In History and At PresentFall 2002
 4.608JTopics in the Avant-Garde in Literature and CinemaSpring 2003
 4.614Religious Architecture and Islamic CulturesFall 2002
 4.615The Architecture of CairoSpring 2002
 4.638Drawings & Numbers: Five Centuries of Digital DesignFall 2002
 4.645Selected Topics in Architecture: Architecture from 1750 to the PresentFall 2004
 4.65120th Century ArtFall 2002
 4.661Theory and Method in the Study of Architecture and ArtFall 2002
 4.665Contemporary Architecture and Critical DebateSpring 2002
 4.A21Stories Without Words: Photographing the First YearFall 2006
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MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 PE.210SCUBASpring 2007
 PE.710TennisSpring 2007
 PE.720Weight TrainingSpring 2006
 PE.730ArcherySpring 2006
 PE.740FencingSpring 2007
 PE.810SailingSpring 2007
 PE.910Physical IntelligenceJanuary (IAP) 2002
 PE.920PE for MESpring 2005
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MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 20.010JIntroduction to Bioengineering (BE.010J)Spring 2006
 20.011JStatistical Thermodynamics of Biomolecular Systems (BE.011J)Spring 2004
 20.102Macroepidemiology (BE.102)Spring 2005
 20.104JChemicals in the Environment: Toxicology and Public Health (BE.104J)Spring 2005
 20.106JSystems MicrobiologyFall 2006
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20.109Laboratory Fundamentals in Biological EngineeringFall 2007
 20.109Laboratory Fundamentals in Biological EngineeringSpring 2006
 20.110JThermodynamics of Biomolecular SystemsFall 2005
 20.180Biological Engineering ProgrammingSpring 2006
 20.181Computation for Biological EngineersFall 2006
 20.201Mechanisms of Drug ActionsFall 2005
 20.309Biological Engineering II: Instrumentation and MeasurementFall 2006
 20.310JMolecular, Cellular, and Tissue BiomechanicsFall 2006
 20.320Biomolecular Kinetics and Cell DynamicsSpring 2006
 20.330JFields, Forces and Flows in Biological SystemsSpring 2007
 20.340JMaterials for Biomedical ApplicationsSpring 2006
 20.342Molecular Structure of Biological Materials (BE.442)Fall 2005
 20.370JQuantitative Physiology: Cells and TissuesFall 2004
 20.371JQuantitative Physiology: Organ Transport SystemsSpring 2004
 20.400JPerspectives in Biological EngineeringSpring 2006
 20.410JMolecular, Cellular and Tissue Biomechanics (BE.410J)Spring 2003
 20.411JCell-Matrix MechanicsSpring 2004
 20.420JBiomolecular Kinetics and Cellular Dynamics (BE.420J)Fall 2004
 20.430JFields, Forces, and Flows in Biological Systems (BE.430J)Fall 2004
 20.440Analysis of Biological Networks (BE.440)Fall 2004
 20.441Biomaterials-Tissue Interactions (BE.441)Fall 2003
 20.442Molecular Structure of Biological Materials (BE.442)Fall 2005
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20.450Molecular and Cellular Pathophysiology: DNA RepairSpring 2006
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20.451JDesign of Medical Devices and ImplantsSpring 2006
 20.453JBiomedical Information Technology (BE.453J)Spring 2005
 20.462JMolecular Principles of BiomaterialsSpring 2006
 20.470JQuantitative Physiology: Cells and TissuesFall 2004
 20.482JFoundations of Algorithms and Computational Techniques in Systems BiologySpring 2006
 20.483JNoninvasive Imaging in Biology and MedicineFall 2005
 20.490JFoundations of Computational and Systems BiologySpring 2004
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MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 7.012Introduction to BiologyFall 2004
 7.013Introductory BiologySpring 2006
 7.014Introductory BiologySpring 2005
 7.02Experimental Biology & CommunicationSpring 2005
 7.02CIExperimental Biology - Communications IntensiveSpring 2005
 7.03GeneticsFall 2004
 7.06Cell BiologySpring 2007
 7.08JBiological Chemistry IISpring 2004
 7.13Experimental Microbial GeneticsFall 2003
 7.16Experimental Molecular Biology: Biotechnology IISpring 2005
 7.18Topics in Experimental BiologyFall 2005
 7.22Developmental BiologyFall 2005
 7.24JProtein Folding ProblemFall 2003
 7.27Principles of Human DiseaseSpring 2006
 7.28Molecular BiologySpring 2005
 7.29JCellular NeurobiologySpring 2005
 7.30JFundamentals of EcologyFall 2003
 7.340Avoiding Genomic Instability: DNA Replication, the Cell Cycle, and CancerFall 2006
 7.340Immune Evasion: How Sneaky Pathogens Avoid Host SurveillanceSpring 2004
 7.340Nano-life: An Introduction to Virus Structure and AssemblyFall 2005
 7.340Ubiquitination: The Proteasome and Human DiseaseFall 2004
 7.340Under the Radar Screen: How Bugs Trick Our Immune DefensesSpring 2007
 7.341Brightening up Life: Harnessing the Power of Fluorescence Imaging to Observe Biology in ActionFall 2006
 7.341DNA Damage Checkpoints: The Emergency Brake on the Road to CancerFall 2007
 7.342Cancer Biology: From Basic Research to the ClinicFall 2004
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7.342Chronic Infection and Inflammation: What are the Consequences on Your Health?Fall 2007
 7.342G-Protein Coupled Receptors: Vision and DiseaseSpring 2007
 7.342Reading the Blueprint of Life: Transcription, Stem Cells and DifferentiationFall 2006
 7.343Neuron-glial Cell Interactions in Biology and DiseaseSpring 2007
 7.343Photosynthesis: Life from LightFall 2006
 7.343Protein Folding, Misfolding and Human DiseaseFall 2004
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7.343The Radical Consequences of Respiration: Reactive Oxygen Species in Aging and DiseaseFall 2007
 7.344Antibiotics, Toxins, and Protein EngineeringSpring 2007
 7.344RNA Interference: A New Tool for Genetic Analysis and TherapeuticsFall 2004
 7.344The Fountain of Life: From Dolly to Customized Embryonic Stem CellsFall 2007
 7.345Evolution of the Immune SystemSpring 2005
 7.349Biological Computing: At the Crossroads of Engineering and ScienceSpring 2005
 7.36JFoundations of Computational and Systems BiologySpring 2004
 7.38JIntroduction to Bioengineering (BE.010J)Spring 2006
 7.391Concept-Centered TeachingFall 2005
 7.391Concept-Centered TeachingSpring 2006
 7.51Graduate BiochemistryFall 2001
 7.547JPrinciples and Practice of Drug DevelopmentFall 2005
 7.548JPerspectives in Biological EngineeringSpring 2006
 7.58Molecular BiologySpring 2005
 7.59JTeaching College-Level ScienceSpring 2006
 7.60Cell Biology: Structure and Functions of the NucleusSpring 2006
 7.66JCognitive & Behavioral GeneticsSpring 2001
 7.67JGenetic NeurobiologyFall 2005
 7.68JCellular and Molecular Neurobiology: The Brain and Cognitive Sciences IIISpring 2003
 7.69JDevelopmental NeurobiologySpring 2005
 7.72Developmental BiologyFall 2005
 7.81JSystems BiologyFall 2004
 7.88JProtein Folding ProblemFall 2003
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7.89Topics in Computational and Systems BiologyFall 2007
 7.90JComputational Functional GenomicsSpring 2005
 7.91JFoundations of Computational and Systems BiologySpring 2004
 7.92JNeurology, Neuropsychology, and Neurobiology of AgingSpring 2005
 7.931Concept-Centered TeachingFall 2005
 7.931Concept-Centered TeachingSpring 2006
 7.98JNeural Plasticity in Learning and DevelopmentSpring 2002
 7.A12Freshman Seminar: Structural Basis of Genetic Material: Nucleic AcidsFall 2005
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MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 9.00Introduction to PsychologyFall 2004
 9.00PIntroduction to PsychologyFall 2001
 9.01Introduction to NeuroscienceFall 2004
 9.01Neuroscience and BehaviorFall 2003
 9.011The Brain and Cognitive Sciences IFall 2002
 9.012The Brain and Cognitive Sciences IISpring 2006
 9.012The Brain and Cognitive Sciences IISpring 2002
 9.013JCellular and Molecular Neurobiology: The Brain and Cognitive Sciences IIISpring 2003
 9.02Brain LaboratorySpring 2002
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9.03Neural Basis of Learning and MemoryFall 2007
 9.036The Visual SystemSpring 2005
 9.04Neural Basis of Vision and AuditionFall 2006
 9.044JBrain Mechanisms for Hearing and SpeechFall 2005
 9.05Neural Basis of MovementSpring 2003
 9.07Statistical Methods in Brain and Cognitive ScienceSpring 2004
 9.081Human Memory and LearningFall 2002
 9.09JCellular NeurobiologySpring 2005
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9.10Cognitive NeuroscienceSpring 2006
 9.110JNeurology, Neuropsychology, and Neurobiology of AgingSpring 2005
 9.12Experimental Molecular NeurobiologyFall 2006
 9.14Brain Structure and its OriginsSpring 2005
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9.15Biochemistry and Pharmacology of Synaptic TransmissionFall 2007
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9.150Biochemistry and Pharmacology of Synaptic TransmissionFall 2007
 9.16Cellular NeurophysiologySpring 2002
 9.173JNoninvasive Imaging in Biology and MedicineFall 2005
 9.18Developmental NeurobiologySpring 2005
 9.181JDevelopmental NeurobiologySpring 2005
 9.19JCognitive & Behavioral GeneticsSpring 2001
 9.20Animal BehaviorFall 2005
 9.201Advanced Animal BehaviorSpring 2000
 9.22JA Clinical Approach to the Human BrainFall 2006
 9.250Evolutionary PsychologySpring 1999
 9.285JNeural Coding and Perception of SoundSpring 2005
 9.29JIntroduction to Computational NeuroscienceSpring 2004
 9.301JNeural Plasticity in Learning and DevelopmentSpring 2002
 9.322JGenetic NeurobiologyFall 2005
 9.35Sensation and PerceptionSpring 2004
 9.357Special Topics in Vision ScienceFall 2001
 9.373Somatosensory and Motor SystemsSpring 2002
 9.402Language and ThoughtFall 2002
 9.458Parkinson's Disease WorkshopSummer 2006
 9.459Scene Understanding SymposiumSpring 2006
 9.51Affective Priming at Short and Extremely Short ExposuresSpring 2003
 9.520Statistical Learning Theory and ApplicationsSpring 2006
 9.520Statistical Learning Theory and ApplicationsSpring 2003
 9.520-ANetworks for Learning: Regression and ClassificationSpring 2001
 9.52-AInvestigating the Neural Substrates of Remote Memory using fMRISpring 2003
 9.52-BTopics in Brain and Cognitive Sciences Human EthologySpring 2001
 9.52-CComputational Cognitive ScienceSpring 2003
 9.530Cellular and Molecular ComputationSpring 2000
 9.531JSystems BiologyFall 2004
 9.56JAbnormal LanguageFall 2004
 9.57JLanguage AcquisitionFall 2001
 9.591JLanguage ProcessingFall 2004
 9.59JPsycholinguisticsSpring 2005
 9.601JLanguage Acquisition ISpring 2002
 9.611JNatural Language and the Computer Representation of KnowledgeSpring 2003
 9.63Laboratory in Cognitive ScienceFall 2005
 9.63Laboratory in Cognitive ScienceFall 2002
 9.641JIntroduction to Neural NetworksSpring 2005
 9.65Cognitive ProcessesSpring 2004
 9.660JComputational Cognitive ScienceFall 2004
 9.66JComputational Cognitive ScienceFall 2004
 9.67Object and Face RecognitionSpring 2001
 9.675The Development of Object and Face RecognitionSpring 2006
 9.68Affect: Biological, Psychological, and Social Aspects of FeelingsSpring 2005
 9.69Foundations of CognitionSpring 2003
 9.70Social PsychologySpring 2005
 9.71Functional MRI of High-Level VisionFall 2004
 9.74Foundations of Human Memory and LearningSpring 2002
 9.75JPsychology of GenderSpring 2003
 9.85Infant and Early Childhood CognitionFall 2005
 9.911Reasonable Conduct in ScienceJanuary (IAP) 2002
 9.912Special Topics in Brain and Cognitive SciencesFall 2001
 9.912JIntroduction to Computational NeuroscienceSpring 2004
 9.913Pattern Recognition for Machine VisionFall 2004
 9.913-AIntensive NeuroanatomyJanuary (IAP) 2002
 9.916Modularity, Domain-specificity, and the Organization of KnowledgeFall 2001
 9.916The Neural Basis of Visual Object Recognition in Monkeys and HumansSpring 2005
 9.916-AProbability and Causality in Human CognitionSpring 2003
 9.93Cognitive Neuroscience of Remembering: Creating and Controlling MemoryJanuary (IAP) 2002
 9.93Marathon Moral Reasoning LaboratoryJanuary (IAP) 2007
 9.95-AResearch Topics in NeuroscienceJanuary (IAP) 2003
 9.96Experimental Methods of Adjustable Tetrode Array NeurophysiologyJanuary (IAP) 2001
 9.97Introduction to NeuroanatomyJanuary (IAP) 2003
 9.98Language and MindJanuary (IAP) 2003
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MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 10.002JIntroduction to Numerical Analysis for Engineering (13.002J)Spring 2005
 10.010JIntroduction to Bioengineering (BE.010J)Spring 2006
 10.302Transport ProcessesFall 2004
 10.32Separation ProcessesSpring 2005
 10.333JIntroduction to Modeling and SimulationSpring 2006
 10.34Numerical Methods Applied to Chemical EngineeringFall 2005
 10.34Numerical Methods Applied to Chemical EngineeringFall 2006
 10.37Chemical and Biological Reaction EngineeringSpring 2007
 10.391JSustainable EnergyJanuary (IAP) 2007
 10.391JSustainable EnergySpring 2005
 10.392JFundamentals of Advanced Energy ConversionSpring 2004
 10.40Chemical Engineering ThermodynamicsFall 2003
 10.420Molecular Aspects of Chemical EngineeringFall 2004
 10.442Biochemical EngineeringSpring 2005
 10.445Separation Processes for Biochemical ProductsSummer 2005
 10.44JStatistical Thermodynamics of Complex LiquidsSpring 2004
 10.450Process Dynamics, Operations, and ControlSpring 2006
 10.467Polymer Science LaboratoryFall 2005
 10.490Integrated Chemical Engineering IFall 2006
 10.491Integrated Chemical Engineering IISpring 2006
 10.492-1Integrated Chemical Engineering Topics I: Process Control by DesignFall 2004
 10.492-2Integrated Chemical Engineering Topics I: Introduction to BiocatalysisFall 2004
 10.52Mechanics of FluidsSpring 2006
 10.520Molecular Aspects of Chemical EngineeringFall 2004
 10.536JThermal Hydraulics in Power TechnologySpring 2007
 10.537Molecular, Cellular and Tissue Biomechanics (BE.410J)Spring 2003
 10.538JBiomolecular Kinetics and Cellular Dynamics (BE.420J)Fall 2004
 10.539JFields, Forces, and Flows in Biological Systems (BE.430J)Fall 2004
 10.542Biochemical EngineeringSpring 2005
 10.543JProtein Folding ProblemFall 2003
 10.545Separation Processes for Biochemical ProductsSummer 2005
 10.547JPrinciples and Practice of Drug DevelopmentFall 2005
 10.548JTumor Pathophysiology and Transport PhenomenaFall 2005
 10.569Synthesis of PolymersFall 2006
 10.571JAtmospheric Physics and ChemistrySpring 2006
 10.652JKinetics of Chemical ReactionsSpring 2003
 10.675JComputational Quantum Mechanics of Molecular and Extended SystemsFall 2004
 10.702Experimental Biology & CommunicationSpring 2005
 10.702CIExperimental Biology - Communications IntensiveSpring 2005
 10.74JRadiative TransferSpring 2006
 10.792JProseminar in ManufacturingFall 2005
 10.805JTechnology, Law, and the Working EnvironmentSpring 2006
 10.806Management in EngineeringFall 2004
 10.816Engineering Risk-Benefit AnalysisSpring 2007
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MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 5.04Principles of Inorganic Chemistry IIFall 2004
 5.05Principles of Inorganic Chemistry IIISpring 2005
 5.068Physical Methods in Inorganic ChemistrySpring 2005
 5.08JBiological Chemistry IISpring 2004
 5.111Principles of Chemical ScienceFall 2005
 5.112Principles of Chemical ScienceFall 2005
 5.12Organic Chemistry ISpring 2005
 5.12Organic Chemistry ISpring 2003
 5.13Organic Chemistry IIFall 2003
 5.13Organic Chemistry IISpring 2003
 5.13Organic Chemistry IIFall 2006
 5.301Chemistry Laboratory TechniquesJanuary (IAP) 2004
 5.302Introduction to Experimental ChemistryJanuary (IAP) 2005
 5.310Laboratory ChemistrySpring 2003
 5.311Introductory Chemical ExperimentationFall 2005
 5.32Intermediate Chemical ExperimentationSpring 2003
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5.33Advanced Chemical Experimentation and InstrumentationFall 2007
 5.43Advanced Organic ChemistrySpring 2007
 5.44Organometallic ChemistryFall 2004
 5.451Chemistry of Biomolecules IFall 2005
 5.46Organic Structure DeterminationSpring 2007
 5.48JProtein Folding ProblemFall 2003
 5.512Synthetic Organic Chemistry IISpring 2005
 5.60Thermodynamics & KineticsSpring 2007
 5.601JThermodynamics of Biomolecular SystemsFall 2005
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5.61Physical ChemistryFall 2007
 5.62Physical Chemistry IISpring 2004
 5.675JComputational Quantum Mechanics of Molecular and Extended SystemsFall 2004
 5.68JKinetics of Chemical ReactionsSpring 2003
 5.73Introductory Quantum Mechanics IFall 2002
 5.73Introductory Quantum Mechanics IFall 2005
 5.74Introductory Quantum Mechanics IISpring 2007
 5.74Introductory Quantum Mechanics IISpring 2004
 5.76Molecular Spectra and Molecular StructureSpring 1996
 5.841Crystal Structure RefinementFall 2006
 5.92Energy, Environment, and SocietySpring 2007
 5.95JTeaching College-Level ScienceSpring 2006
 5.S15Kitchen ChemistrySpring 2006
 5.S16Advanced Kitchen ChemistrySpring 2002
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 1.00Introduction to Computers and Engineering Problem SolvingFall 2005
 1.00Introduction to Computers and Engineering Problem SolvingSpring 2005
 1.001Introduction to Computers and Engineering Problem SolvingFall 2005
 1.010Uncertainty in EngineeringFall 2004
 1.010Computing and Data Analysis for Environmental ApplicationsFall 2003
 1.011Project EvaluationSpring 2005
 1.012Introduction to Civil Engineering DesignSpring 2002
 1.015JDesign of Systems Operating in Random EnvironmentsSpring 2006
 1.017Computing and Data Analysis for Environmental ApplicationsFall 2003
 1.018JFundamentals of EcologyFall 2003
 1.020Ecology II: Engineering for SustainabilitySpring 2007
 1.021JIntroduction to Modeling and SimulationSpring 2006
 1.032Advanced Soil MechanicsFall 2004
 1.033Mechanics of Material Systems: An Energy ApproachFall 2003
 1.040Project ManagementSpring 2004
 1.040Project ManagementSpring 2007
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1.041JFrameworks and Models in Engineering Systems / Engineering System DesignSpring 2007
 1.044JFundamentals of Energy in BuildingsFall 2003
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1.050Engineering Mechanics IFall 2007
 1.050Solid MechanicsFall 2004
 1.051Structural Engineering DesignFall 2003
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1.053JDynamics and Control IFall 2007
 1.053JDynamics and Control ISpring 2007
 1.053JDynamics and Vibration (13.013J)Fall 2002
 1.054Mechanics and Design of Concrete StructuresSpring 2004
 1.060Engineering Mechanics IISpring 2006
 1.061Transport Processes in the EnvironmentFall 2004
 1.081JChemicals in the Environment: Toxicology and Public Health (BE.104J)Spring 2005
 1.084JSystems MicrobiologyFall 2006
 1.101Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering Design IFall 2006
 1.101Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering Design IFall 2005
 1.103Civil Engineering Materials LaboratorySpring 2004
 1.105Solid Mechanics LaboratoryFall 2003
 1.124JFoundations of Software EngineeringFall 2000
 1.126JPattern Recognition and AnalysisFall 2006
 1.128JComputational GeometrySpring 2003
 1.130Wavelets, Filter Banks and ApplicationsSpring 2003
 1.133M. Eng. Concepts of Engineering PracticeFall 2003
 1.138JWave PropagationFall 2006
 1.142JSystems Optimization: Models and Computation (SMA 5223)Spring 2004
 1.151Probability and Statistics in EngineeringSpring 2005
 1.155Engineering Risk-Benefit AnalysisSpring 2007
 1.201JIntroduction to Transportation SystemsFall 2006
 1.203JLogistical and Transportation Planning MethodsFall 2004
 1.203JLogistical and Transportation Planning MethodsFall 2006
 1.206JAirline Schedule PlanningSpring 2003
 1.212JAn Introduction to Intelligent Transportation SystemsSpring 2005
 1.221JTransportation SystemsFall 2004
 1.223JTransportation Policy, Strategy, and ManagementFall 2004
 1.224JCarrier SystemsFall 2003
 1.225JTransportation Flow SystemsFall 2002
 1.234JAirline ManagementSpring 2006
 1.252JUrban Transportation PlanningFall 2002
 1.252JUrban Transportation PlanningFall 2006
 1.253JTransportation Policy and Environmental LimitsSpring 2004
 1.258JPublic Transportation Service and Operations PlanningSpring 2006
 1.259JTransit ManagementFall 2006
 1.260JLogistics SystemsFall 2006
 1.264JDatabase, Internet, and Systems Integration TechnologiesFall 2006
 1.273JSupply Chain Planning (SMA 6305)Spring 2005
 1.274JManufacturing System and Supply Chain DesignSpring 2005
 1.284JAnalyzing & Accounting for Regional Economic ChangeSpring 2005
 1.284JAnalyzing and Accounting for Regional Economic ChangeSpring 2004
 1.284JAnalyzing and Accounting for Regional Economic ChangeSpring 2006
 1.285JRegional Socioeconomic Impact Analyses and ModelingFall 2003
 1.285JRegional Socioeconomic Impact Analysis and ModelingFall 2005
 1.285JRegional Socioeconomic Impact Analysis and ModelingFall 2004
 1.285JRegional Socioeconomic Impact Analysis and ModelingFall 2006
 1.322Soil BehaviorSpring 2005
 1.34Waste Containment and Remediation TechnologySpring 2004
 1.361Advanced Soil MechanicsFall 2004
 1.364Advanced Geotechnical EngineeringFall 2003
 1.366Advanced Soil MechanicsFall 2004
 1.401JProject ManagementSpring 2004
 1.401JProject ManagementSpring 2007
 1.432JSystem and Project ManagementFall 2003
 1.46Strategic Management in the Design and Construction Value ChainFall 2003
 1.464E-Commerce and the Internet in Real Estate and ConstructionSpring 2004
 1.541Mechanics and Design of Concrete StructuresSpring 2004
 1.561Motion Based DesignFall 2003
 1.56JStructural Mechanics in Nuclear Power TechnologyFall 2006
 1.57Mechanics of Material Systems: An Energy ApproachFall 2003
 1.571Structural Analysis and ControlSpring 2004
 1.573JStructural Mechanics (13.10J)Fall 2002
 1.61Transport Processes in the EnvironmentFall 2004
 1.63Advanced Fluid Dynamics of the EnvironmentFall 2002
 1.685JNonlinear Dynamics and WavesSpring 2007
 1.72Groundwater HydrologyFall 2005
 1.725JChemicals in the Environment: Fate and TransportFall 2004
 1.731Water Resource SystemsFall 2006
 1.76Aquatic ChemistryFall 2005
 1.77Water Quality ControlSpring 2006
 1.782Environmental Engineering MEng ProjectFall 2003
 1.814JSystems Perspectives on Industrial EcologySpring 2006
 1.817JPlanning for Sustainable DevelopmentSpring 2006
 1.818JSustainable EnergyJanuary (IAP) 2007
 1.818JSustainable EnergySpring 2005
 1.85Water and Wastewater Treatment EngineeringSpring 2006
 1.851JWater and Sanitation Infrastructure in Developing CountriesSpring 2007
 1.89Environmental MicrobiologyFall 2004
 1.963A Sustainable Transportation Plan for MITSpring 2007
 1.963Environmental Engineering Applications of Geographic Information SystemsFall 2004
 1.963Globalization of the Engineering and Construction IndustryFall 2006
 1.964Design for SustainabilityFall 2006
 1.978From Nano to MacroJanuary (IAP) 2006
 1.978From Nano to Macro: Introduction to Atomistic Modeling TechniquesJanuary (IAP) 2007
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CMS.600Videogame Theory and AnalysisFall 2007
 CMS.600New Media LiteraciesSpring 2007
 CMS.600Videogame Theory and AnalysisFall 2006
 CMS.602Topics in Comparative Media: American Pro WrestlingSpring 2007
 CMS.610Media Industries and SystemsSpring 2006
 CMS.796Major Media TextsFall 2006
 CMS.801Media in TransitionFall 2004
 CMS.840Shakespeare, Film and MediaFall 2002
 CMS.845Theory and Practice of Non-linear and Interactive NarrativeSpring 2003
 CMS.845JInteractive and Non-Linear Narrative: Theory and PracticeSpring 2006
 CMS.845JInteractive and Non-Linear Narrative: Theory and PracticeSpring 2004
 CMS.871Media in Cultural ContextSpring 2007
 CMS.871Media in Cultural Context: Popular ReadershipsFall 2007
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CMS.874Visualizing CulturesSpring 2008
 CMS.876History of Media and TechnologySpring 2005
 CMS.876History of Media and Technology: Sound, the Minority Report -- Radical Music of the Past 100 YearsSpring 2006
 CMS.880From Print to Digital: Technologies of the Word, 1450-PresentFall 2005
 CMS.910Technologies of HumanismSpring 2003
 CMS.917JDocumenting CultureSpring 2004
 CMS.920Popular Narrative: MastermindsFall 2004
 CMS.922Media Industries and SystemsSpring 2006
 CMS.930Media, Education, and the MarketplaceFall 2001
 CMS.930Media Education and the MarketplaceFall 2005
 CMS.950Workshop IFall 2005
 CMS.997Topics in Comparative Media: American Pro WrestlingSpring 2007
 CMS.998New Media LiteraciesSpring 2007
 CMS.998Videogame Theory and AnalysisFall 2006
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CMS.998Videogame Theory and AnalysisFall 2007
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 12.000Solving Complex ProblemsFall 2003
 12.003Physics of Atmospheres and OceansFall 2007
 12.005Applications of Continuum Mechanics to Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary SciencesSpring 2006
 12.006JNonlinear Dynamics I: ChaosFall 2006
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12.007GeobiologySpring 2007
 12.010Computational Methods of Scientific ProgrammingFall 2005
 12.085Seminar in Environmental ScienceFall 2005
 12.090Special Topics in Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences: The Environment of the Earth's SurfaceSpring 2007
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12.090Special Topics: An Introduction to Fluid Motions, Sediment Transport, and Current-generated Sedimentary StructuresFall 2006
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12.091Basics of Impact Cratering & Geological, Geophysical, Geochemical, Environmental Studies of Some Impact Craters of the EarthJanuary (IAP) 2008
 12.091Medical Geology/Geochemistry: An ExposureJanuary (IAP) 2006
 12.091Radon Research in Multidisciplines: A ReviewJanuary (IAP) 2007
 12.091Trace Element Analysis of Geological, Biological & Environmental Materials by Neutron Activation Analysis: An ExposureJanuary (IAP) 2005
 12.097Chemical Investigations of Boston HarborJanuary (IAP) 2006
 12.102Environmental Earth ScienceFall 2005
 12.103Strange Bedfellows: Science and Environmental PolicyFall 2005
 12.108Structure of Earth MaterialsFall 2004
 12.109PetrologyFall 2005
 12.110Sedimentary GeologyFall 2004
 12.110Sedimentary GeologySpring 2007
 12.113Structural GeologyFall 2005
 12.114Field Geology IFall 2005
 12.119Analytical Techniques for Studying Environmental and Geologic SamplesSpring 2006
 12.141Electron Microprobe Analysis by Wavelength Dispersive X-ray SpectrometryJanuary (IAP) 2006
 12.163Surface Processes and Landscape EvolutionFall 2004
 12.201Essentials of GeophysicsFall 2004
 12.215Modern NavigationFall 2006
 12.301Climate Physics and ChemistryFall 2006
 12.306Atmospheric Physics and ChemistrySpring 2006
 12.333Atmospheric and Ocean CirculationsSpring 2004
 12.400The Solar SystemSpring 2006
 12.402JIntroduction to AstronomySpring 2006
 12.409Hands-On Astronomy: Observing Stars and PlanetsSpring 2002
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12.425Extrasolar Planets: Physics and Detection TechniquesFall 2007
 12.453Crosby Lectures in Geology: History of AfricaFall 2005
 12.458Molecular BiogeochemistryFall 2006
 12.463Surface Processes and Landscape EvolutionFall 2004
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12.479Trace-Element GeochemistryFall 2006
 12.480Thermodynamics for GeoscientistsFall 2006
 12.490Advanced Igneous PetrologyFall 2005
 12.491Advanced Seminar in Geology and Geochemistry: Organic GeochemistryFall 2005
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12.491Biogeochemistry of SulfurFall 2007
 12.501Essentials of GeophysicsFall 2004
 12.510Introduction to SeismologySpring 2005
 12.517Dynamics of Complex Systems: Biological and Environmental Coevolution Preceding the Cambrian ExplosionSpring 2005
 12.517Dynamics of Complex Systems: Complexity in EcologySpring 2000
 12.517Dynamics of Complex Systems: Ecological TheorySpring 2001
 12.520GeodynamicsFall 2006
 12.524Mechanical Properties of RocksFall 2005
 12.540Principles of the Global Positioning SystemSpring 2003
 12.570Seminar in Geophysics: Mantle ConvectionSpring 1998
 12.570Seminar in Geophysics: Thermal and Chemical Evolution of the EarthSpring 2005
 12.570Structure and Dynamics of the CMB RegionSpring 2004
 12.581Phase Transitions in the Earth's InteriorSpring 2005
 12.620JClassical Mechanics: A Computational ApproachFall 2002
 12.740PaleoceanographySpring 2006
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12.742Marine ChemistryFall 2006
 12.746Marine Organic GeochemistrySpring 2005
 12.753Geodynamics SeminarSpring 2001
 12.753Geodynamics SeminarSpring 2005
 12.753Geodynamics SeminarSpring 2006
 12.757Science and CommunicationSpring 2005
 12.759Marine Chemistry SeminarSpring 2006
 12.800Fluid Dynamics of the Atmosphere and OceanFall 2004
 12.802Wave Motions in the Ocean and AtmosphereSpring 2004
 12.804Large-scale Flow Dynamics LabFall 2005
 12.806JAtmospheric Physics and ChemistrySpring 2006
 12.808Introduction to Observational Physical OceanographyFall 2004
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12.810Dynamics of the AtmosphereSpring 2008
 12.811Tropical MeteorologySpring 2005
 12.812General Circulation of the Earth's AtmosphereFall 2005
 12.815Atmospheric RadiationFall 2006
 12.820Turbulence in the Ocean and AtmosphereSpring 2007
 12.820Turbulence in the Ocean and AtmosphereSpring 2006
 12.822Turbulence in the Ocean and AtmosphereSpring 2006
 12.842Climate Physics and ChemistryFall 2006
 12.848JGlobal Climate Change: Economics, Science, and PolicySpring 2004
 12.848JGlobal Climate Change: Economics, Science, and PolicySpring 2007
 12.864Inference from Data and ModelsSpring 2005
 12.950Atmospheric and Oceanic ModelingSpring 2004
 12.990Prediction and Predictability in the Atmosphere and OceansSpring 2003
 12.S56GPS: Civilian Tool or Military Weapon?Fall 2005
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14.01Principles of MicroeconomicsFall 2007
 14.02Principles of MacroeconomicsFall 2002
 14.02Principles of MacroeconomicsFall 2004
 14.03Intermediate Applied MicroeconomicsFall 2004
 14.04Intermediate Microeconomic TheoryFall 2006
 14.05Intermediate Applied MacroeconomicsFall 2005
 14.06Intermediate Macroeconomic TheorySpring 2004
 14.06Intermediate Macroeconomic TheorySpring 2003
 14.11Putting Social Sciences to the Test: Field Experiments in EconomicsSpring 2006
 14.11Special Topics in Economics: The Challenge of World PovertyFall 2006
 14.12Economic Applications of Game TheoryFall 2005
 14.121Microeconomic Theory IFall 2005
 14.122Microeconomic Theory IIFall 2002
 14.123Microeconomic Theory IIISpring 2005
 14.124Microeconomic Theory IVSpring 2003
 14.126Game TheoryFall 2004
 14.127Behavioral Economics and FinanceSpring 2004
 14.128Dynamic Optimization & Economic Applications (Recursive Methods)Spring 2003
 14.129Advanced Contract TheorySpring 2005
 14.13Economics and PsychologySpring 2004
 14.147Topics in Game TheorySpring 2005
 14.20Industrial Organization and Public PolicySpring 2003
 14.23Government Regulation of IndustrySpring 2003
 14.27Economics and E-commerceFall 2000
 14.271Industrial Organization IFall 2005
 14.28Competition in TelecommunicationsFall 2003
 14.296JCollective Choice IFall 2005
 14.30Introduction to Statistical Method in EconomicsSpring 2006
 14.30Introduction to Statistical Method in EconomicsSpring 2003
 14.32EconometricsSpring 2007
 14.33Economics Research and CommunicationFall 2004
 14.33Economics Research and CommunicationSpring 2005
 14.381Statistical Method in EconomicsFall 2006
 14.382Econometrics ISpring 2005
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14.384Time Series AnalysisFall 2007
 14.384Time Series AnalysisFall 2002
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14.385Nonlinear Econometric AnalysisFall 2007
 14.386New Econometric MethodsSpring 2007
 14.41Public EconomicsFall 2004
 14.42Environmental Policy and EconomicsSpring 2004
 14.420Environmental Policy and EconomicsSpring 2004
 14.44Energy EconomicsSpring 2007
 14.444Energy EconomicsSpring 2007
 14.451Macroeconomic Theory ISpring 2007
 14.452Macroeconomic Theory IISpring 2007
 14.453Macroeconomic Theory IIIFall 2002
 14.453Macroeconomic Theory IIIFall 2006
 14.454Macroeconomic Theory IVFall 2004
 14.462Advanced Macroeconomics IISpring 2007
 14.462Advanced Macroeconomics IISpring 2004
 14.471Public Economics IFall 2003
 14.472Public Economics IISpring 2004
 14.475Environmental Economics and Government Responses to Market FailureSpring 2005
 14.48JEconomics of EducationSpring 2007
 14.49Information Technology and the Labor MarketSpring 2005
 14.54International TradeFall 2006
 14.581International Economics ISpring 2007
 14.64Labor Economics and Public PolicySpring 2006
 14.661Labor Economics IFall 2006
 14.661Labor Economics IFall 2003
 14.662Labor Economics IISpring 2007
 14.70JMedieval Economic History in Comparative PerspectiveSpring 2006
 14.72Capitalism and Its CriticsFall 2006
 14.731Economic HistoryFall 2006
 14.74Foundations of Development PolicySpring 2004
 14.771Development Economics: Microeconomic Issues and Policy ModelsFall 2002
 14.778JEconomic Institutions and Growth Policy AnalysisFall 2005
 14.781JPolitical Economy I: Theories of the State and the EconomyFall 2005
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6.00Introduction to Computer Science and ProgrammingFall 2007
 6.001Structure and Interpretation of Computer ProgramsSpring 2005
 6.002Circuits and ElectronicsSpring 2007
 6.003Signals and SystemsFall 2003
 6.004Computation StructuresFall 2002
 6.011Introduction to Communication, Control, and Signal ProcessingSpring 2004
 6.012Microelectronic Devices and CircuitsFall 2005
 6.012Microelectronic Devices and CircuitsFall 2003
 6.013Electromagnetics and ApplicationsFall 2002
 6.013Electromagnetics and ApplicationsFall 2005
 6.021JQuantitative Physiology: Cells and TissuesFall 2004
 6.022JQuantitative Physiology: Organ Transport SystemsSpring 2004
 6.023JFields, Forces and Flows in Biological SystemsSpring 2007
 6.024JMolecular, Cellular, and Tissue BiomechanicsFall 2006
 6.025JIntroduction to Bioengineering (BE.010J)Spring 2006
 6.033Computer System Engineering (SMA 5501)Spring 2005
 6.034Artificial IntelligenceSpring 2005
 6.034Artificial IntelligenceFall 2006
 6.035Computer Language Engineering (SMA 5502)Fall 2005
 6.041Probabilistic Systems Analysis and Applied ProbabilitySpring 2006
 6.041Probabilistic Systems Analysis and Applied ProbabilitySpring 2005
 6.042JMathematics for Computer ScienceFall 2005
 6.042JMathematics for Computer ScienceSpring 2005
 6.042JMathematics for Computer Science (SMA 5512)Fall 2002
 6.045JAutomata, Computability, and ComplexitySpring 2005
 6.046JIntroduction to Algorithms (SMA 5503)Fall 2005
 6.050JInformation and EntropySpring 2003
 6.061Introduction to Electric Power SystemsSpring 2003
 6.071JIntroduction to Electronics, Signals, and MeasurementSpring 2006
 6.07JProjects in Microscale Engineering for the Life SciencesSpring 2007
 6.090Building Programming Experience: A Lead-In to 6.001January (IAP) 2005
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6.091Hands-On Introduction to Electrical Engineering Lab SkillsJanuary (IAP) 2008
 6.092Bioinformatics and ProteomicsJanuary (IAP) 2005
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6.092Introduction to Software Engineering in JavaJanuary (IAP) 2008
 6.092Java Preparation for 6.170January (IAP) 2006
 6.095JComputational Biology: Genomes, Networks, EvolutionFall 2005
 6.096Algorithms for Computational BiologySpring 2005
 6.097Fundamentals of Photonics: Quantum ElectronicsSpring 2006
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6.099Street-Fighting MathematicsJanuary (IAP) 2008
 6.101Introductory Analog Electronics LaboratoryFall 2002
 6.111Introductory Digital Systems LaboratorySpring 2004
 6.111Introductory Digital Systems LaboratoryFall 2002
 6.152JMicro/Nano Processing TechnologyFall 2005
 6.161Modern Optics Project LaboratoryFall 2005
 6.163Strobe Project LaboratoryFall 2005
 6.170Laboratory in Software EngineeringFall 2005
 6.171Software Engineering for Web ApplicationsFall 2003
 6.186Mobile Autonomous Systems LaboratoryJanuary (IAP) 2005
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6.189A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using PythonJanuary (IAP) 2008
 6.231Dynamic Programming and Stochastic ControlFall 2002
 6.241Dynamic Systems & ControlFall 2003
 6.243JDynamics of Nonlinear SystemsFall 2003
 6.245Multivariable Control SystemsSpring 2004
 6.251JIntroduction to Mathematical ProgrammingFall 2002
 6.252JNonlinear ProgrammingSpring 2003
 6.252JNonlinear ProgrammingSpring 2004
 6.253Convex Analysis and OptimizationSpring 2004
 6.263JData Communication NetworksFall 2002
 6.264JQueues: Theory and ApplicationsSpring 2006
 6.270Autonomous Robot Design CompetitionJanuary (IAP) 2005
 6.281JLogistical and Transportation Planning MethodsFall 2004
 6.281JLogistical and Transportation Planning MethodsFall 2006
 6.301Solid-State CircuitsSpring 2003
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6.302Feedback SystemsSpring 2007
 6.331Advanced Circuit TechniquesSpring 2002
 6.334Power ElectronicsSpring 2003
 6.336JIntroduction to Numerical Simulation (SMA 5211)Fall 2003
 6.337JIntroduction to Numerical MethodsFall 2006
 6.338JApplied Parallel Computing (SMA 5505)Spring 2005
 6.339JNumerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations (SMA 5212)Spring 2003
 6.341Discrete-Time Signal ProcessingFall 2005
 6.345Automatic Speech RecognitionSpring 2003
 6.370Robocraft Programming CompetitionJanuary (IAP) 2005
 6.374Analysis and Design of Digital Integrated CircuitsFall 2003
 6.431Probabilistic Systems Analysis and Applied ProbabilitySpring 2006
 6.431Probabilistic Systems Analysis and Applied ProbabilitySpring 2005
 6.432Stochastic Processes, Detection, and EstimationSpring 2004
 6.435System IdentificationSpring 2005
 6.436JFundamentals of ProbabilityFall 2005
 6.441Transmission of InformationSpring 2003
 6.443JQuantum Information ScienceSpring 2006
 6.450Principles of Digital Communications IFall 2006
 6.451Principles of Digital Communication IISpring 2005
 6.452Principles of Wireless CommunicationsSpring 2006
 6.453Quantum Optical CommunicationFall 2004
 6.521JQuantitative Physiology: Cells and TissuesFall 2004
 6.524JMolecular, Cellular and Tissue Biomechanics (BE.410J)Spring 2003
 6.541JSpeech CommunicationSpring 2004
 6.542JLaboratory on the Physiology, Acoustics, and Perception of SpeechFall 2005
 6.551JAcoustics of Speech and HearingFall 2004
 6.561JFields, Forces, and Flows in Biological Systems (BE.430J)Fall 2004
 6.581JFoundations of Algorithms and Computational Techniques in Systems BiologySpring 2006
 6.630ElectromagneticsFall 2006
 6.632Electromagnetic Wave TheorySpring 2003
 6.635Advanced ElectromagnetismSpring 2003
 6.637Optical Signals, Devices, and SystemsSpring 2003
 6.637Modern Optics Project LaboratoryFall 2005
 6.641Electromagnetic Fields, Forces, and MotionSpring 2005
 6.642Continuum ElectromechanicsFall 2004
 6.651JIntroduction to Plasma Physics IFall 2006
 6.651JIntroduction to Plasma Physics IFall 2003
 6.661Receivers, Antennas, and SignalsSpring 2003
 6.685Electric MachinesFall 2005
 6.691Seminar in Electric Power SystemsSpring 2006
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6.720JIntegrated Microelectronic DevicesSpring 2007
 6.728Applied Quantum and Statistical PhysicsFall 2006
 6.730Physics for Solid-State ApplicationsSpring 2003
 6.763Applied SuperconductivityFall 2005
 6.772Compound Semiconductor DevicesSpring 2003
 6.774Physics of Microfabrication: Front End ProcessingFall 2004
 6.776High Speed Communication CircuitsSpring 2005
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6.777JDesign and Fabrication of Microelectromechanical DevicesSpring 2007
 6.780Semiconductor ManufacturingSpring 2003
 6.781JSubmicrometer and Nanometer TechnologySpring 2006
 6.801Machine VisionFall 2004
 6.803The Human Intelligence EnterpriseSpring 2002
 6.803The Human Intelligence EnterpriseSpring 2006
 6.804JComputational Cognitive ScienceFall 2004
 6.805Ethics and the Law on the Electronic FrontierFall 2005
 6.806Ethics and the Law on the Electronic FrontierFall 2005
 6.821Programming LanguagesFall 2002
 6.823Computer System ArchitectureFall 2005
 6.824Distributed Computer Systems EngineeringSpring 2006
 6.825Techniques in Artificial Intelligence (SMA 5504)Fall 2002
 6.826Principles of Computer SystemsSpring 2002
 6.827Multithreaded Parallelism: Languages and CompilersFall 2002
 6.828Operating System EngineeringFall 2006
 6.829Computer NetworksFall 2002
 6.830Database SystemsFall 2005
 6.831User Interface Design and ImplementationFall 2004
 6.833The Human Intelligence EnterpriseSpring 2002
 6.833The Human Intelligence EnterpriseSpring 2006
 6.834JCognitive RoboticsSpring 2005
 6.837Computer GraphicsFall 2003
 6.838Algorithms for Computer AnimationFall 2002
 6.840JTheory of ComputationFall 2006
 6.841JAdvanced Complexity TheoryFall 2001
 6.844Computability Theory of and with SchemeSpring 2003
 6.852JDistributed AlgorithmsFall 2005
 6.854JAdvanced AlgorithmsFall 2001
 6.854JAdvanced AlgorithmsFall 2005
 6.855JNetwork OptimizationSpring 2003
 6.856JRandomized AlgorithmsFall 2002
 6.857Network and Computer SecurityFall 2003
 6.859Integer Program Combination OptimizationFall 2004
 6.863JNatural Language and the Computer Representation of KnowledgeSpring 2003
 6.864Advanced Natural Language ProcessingFall 2005
 6.866Machine VisionFall 2004
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6.867Machine LearningFall 2006
 6.871Knowledge-Based Applications SystemsSpring 2005
 6.872JEngineering Biomedical Information: From Bioinformatics to BiosurveillanceFall 2005
 6.872JMedical ComputingSpring 2003
 6.873JMedical Decision SupportSpring 2003
 6.873JMedical Decision SupportFall 2005
 6.874JComputational Functional GenomicsSpring 2005
 6.875Cryptography and CryptanalysisSpring 2005
 6.876JAdvanced Topics in CryptographySpring 2003
 6.877JComputational Evolutionary BiologyFall 2005
 6.881Representation and Modeling for Image AnalysisSpring 2005
 6.883Pervasive Human Centric Computing (SMA 5508)Spring 2006
 6.883Program AnalysisFall 2005
 6.884Complex Digital SystemsSpring 2005
 6.891Computational Evolutionary BiologyFall 2004
 6.892Computational Models of DiscourseSpring 2004
 6.895Computational Biology: Genomes, Networks, EvolutionFall 2005
 6.895Essential Coding TheoryFall 2004
 6.895Theory of Parallel Systems (SMA 5509)Fall 2003
 6.896Theory of Parallel Hardware (SMA 5511)Spring 2004
 6.897Selected Topics in CryptographySpring 2004
 6.901Inventions and PatentsFall 2005
 6.911Transcribing Prosodic Structure of Spoken Utterances with ToBIJanuary (IAP) 2006
 6.912Introduction to Copyright LawJanuary (IAP) 2006
 6.930Management in EngineeringFall 2004
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6.931Development of Inventions and Creative IdeasSpring 2008
 6.933JThe Structure of Engineering RevolutionsFall 2001
 6.938Engineering Risk-Benefit AnalysisSpring 2007
 6.946JClassical Mechanics: A Computational ApproachFall 2002
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6.971Biomedical Devices Design LaboratoryFall 2007
 6.972Algebraic Techniques and Semidefinite OptimizationSpring 2006
 6.972Game Theory and Mechanism DesignSpring 2005
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6.973Communication System DesignSpring 2006
 6.973Organic OptoelectronicsSpring 2003
 6.974Fundamentals of Photonics: Quantum ElectronicsSpring 2006
 6.976High Speed Communication Circuits and SystemsSpring 2003
 6.977Semiconductor Optoelectronics: Theory and DesignFall 2002
 6.977Ultrafast OpticsSpring 2005
 6.978JCommunications and Information PolicySpring 2006
 6.979Introduction to Electric Power SystemsSpring 2003
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 ESD.013JElectromagnetics and ApplicationsFall 2005
 ESD.018JProject ManagementSpring 2004
 ESD.018JProject ManagementSpring 2007
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ESD.01JFrameworks and Models in Engineering Systems / Engineering System DesignSpring 2007
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ESD.04JFrameworks and Models in Engineering Systems / Engineering System DesignSpring 2007
 ESD.053JChemicals in the Environment: Toxicology and Public Health (BE.104J)Spring 2005
 ESD.10Introduction to Technology and PolicyFall 2006
 ESD.123JSystems Perspectives on Industrial EcologySpring 2006
 ESD.126Energy Systems and Economic DevelopmentSpring 2001
 ESD.128JGlobal Climate Change: Economics, Science, and PolicySpring 2004
 ESD.128JGlobal Climate Change: Economics, Science, and PolicySpring 2007
 ESD.129Space Policy SeminarSpring 2003
 ESD.136JTechnology, Law, and the Working EnvironmentSpring 2006
 ESD.141Technology Policy NegotiationsSpring 2006
 ESD.163JManaging Nuclear TechnologySpring 2004
 ESD.166JSustainable EnergyJanuary (IAP) 2007
 ESD.166JSustainable EnergySpring 2005
 ESD.192JAnalyzing & Accounting for Regional Economic ChangeSpring 2005
 ESD.192JAnalyzing and Accounting for Regional Economic ChangeSpring 2006
 ESD.193JRegional Socioeconomic Impact Analyses and ModelingFall 2003
 ESD.193JRegional Socioeconomic Impact Analysis and ModelingFall 2005
 ESD.193JRegional Socioeconomic Impact Analysis and ModelingFall 2004
 ESD.193JRegional Socioeconomic Impact Analysis and ModelingFall 2006
 ESD.201JTransportation SystemsFall 2004
 ESD.203JTransportation Policy, Strategy, and ManagementFall 2004
 ESD.204JCarrier SystemsFall 2003
 ESD.205JTransportation Flow SystemsFall 2002
 ESD.210JIntroduction to Transportation SystemsFall 2006
 ESD.215JAirline Schedule PlanningSpring 2003
 ESD.216JLogistical and Transportation Planning MethodsFall 2004
 ESD.216JLogistical and Transportation Planning MethodsFall 2006
 ESD.221JAn Introduction to Intelligent Transportation SystemsSpring 2005
 ESD.222JTransportation Policy and Environmental LimitsSpring 2004
 ESD.225JUrban Transportation PlanningFall 2002
 ESD.225JUrban Transportation PlanningFall 2006
 ESD.226JPublic Transportation Service and Operations PlanningSpring 2006
 ESD.227JTransit ManagementFall 2006
 ESD.260JLogistics SystemsFall 2006
 ESD.264JDatabase, Internet, and Systems Integration TechnologiesFall 2006
 ESD.267JSupply Chain Planning (SMA 6305)Spring 2005
 ESD.268JManufacturing System and Supply Chain DesignSpring 2005
 ESD.284JAnalyzing and Accounting for Regional Economic ChangeSpring 2004
 ESD.290Special Topics in Supply Chain ManagementSpring 2005
 ESD.30JEngineering Apollo: The Moon Project as a Complex SystemSpring 2007
 ESD.33Systems EngineeringSummer 2004
 ESD.34System ArchitectureJanuary (IAP) 2007
 ESD.342Advanced System ArchitectureSpring 2006
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ESD.352JSpace Systems EngineeringSpring 2007
 ESD.353JSpace System Architecture and DesignFall 2004
 ESD.355JSoftware Engineering ConceptsFall 2005
 ESD.35JAircraft Systems EngineeringFall 2004
 ESD.35JAircraft Systems EngineeringFall 2005
 ESD.36JSystem and Project ManagementFall 2003
 ESD.52JIntroduction to the History of TechnologyFall 2006
 ESD.565JIntegrating eSystems & Global Information SystemsSpring 2002
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ESD.57Technology-based Business TransformationFall 2007
 ESD.60Lean/Six Sigma ProcessesSummer 2004
 ESD.61JIntegrating the Lean EnterpriseFall 2005
 ESD.65JAerospace Biomedical and Life Support EngineeringSpring 2006
 ESD.68JCommunications and Information PolicySpring 2006
 ESD.72Engineering Risk-Benefit AnalysisSpring 2007
 ESD.77Multidisciplinary System Design OptimizationSpring 2004
 ESD.79JQuantum ComputationFall 2003
 ESD.801Leadership DevelopmentFall 2002
 ESD.801Leadership DevelopmentFall 2005
 ESD.84Engineering Systems Doctoral SeminarFall 2002
 ESD.85JIntegrating Doctoral Seminar on Emerging TechnologiesFall 2005
 ESD.86Models, Data and Inference for Socio-Technical SystemsSpring 2007
 ESD.932Engineering EthicsSpring 2006
 ESD.932Technology Policy OrganizationsSpring 2005
 ESD.933Technology Policy Negotiations and Dispute ResolutionSpring 2005
 ESD.933JOrganizing for Innovative Product DevelopmentSpring 2007
 ESD.935Urban Transportation, Land Use, and the EnvironmentSpring 2002
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 ESG.801XPhysics I: Classical Mechanics with an Experimental FocusFall 2002
 ESG.8022Physics II: Electricity and MagnetismFall 2006
 ESG.802XPhysics II: Electricity & Magnetism with an Experimental FocusSpring 2005
 ESG.SP240Composing Your Life: Exploration of Self through Visual Arts and WritingSpring 2006
 ESG.SP242Gender Issues in Academics and AcademiaSpring 2004
 ESG.SP246Current Events and Social IssuesFall 2004
 ESG.SP253AIDS and Poverty in AfricaSpring 2005
 ESG.SP255Physics of Rock ClimbingSpring 2006
 ESG.SP258Gödel, Escher, BachSpring 2007
 ESG.SP259Information and Communication Technology in AfricaSpring 2006
 ESG.SP260Women's Novels: A Weekly Book ClubSpring 2006
 ESG.SP261Poetry in TranslationSpring 2006
 ESG.SP287Kitchen ChemistrySpring 2006
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ESG.SP293Lego RoboticsSpring 2007
 ESG.SP298Art of ColorSpring 2005
 ESG.SP2H3Ancient Philosophy and MathematicsFall 2006
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 21F.010Introduction to European and Latin American FictionFall 2006
 21F.011Topics in Indian Popular Culture: Spectacle, Masala, and GenreFall 2006
 21F.013Out of Ground Zero: Catastrophe and MemoryFall 2005
 21F.017Germany and its European ContextFall 2002
 21F.019Communicating Across CulturesSpring 2005
 21F.020JAfter ColumbusFall 2003
 21F.021Communicating Across CulturesSpring 2005
 21F.022JInternational Women's VoicesSpring 2004
 21F.024JThe Linguistic Study of BilingualismFall 2006
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21F.027JVisualizing CulturesSpring 2008
 21F.030East Asian Cultures: From Zen to PopFall 2005
 21F.031JTopics in the Avant-Garde in Literature and CinemaSpring 2003
 21F.034Media Education and the MarketplaceFall 2005
 21F.034Media, Education, and the MarketplaceFall 2001
 21F.035Topics in Culture and GlobalizationFall 2003
 21F.037Japanese Popular CultureSpring 2003
 21F.037Topics in Culture and GlobalizationFall 2003
 21F.039Japanese Popular CultureSpring 2003
 21F.040A Passage to India: Introduction to Modern Indian Culture and SocietySpring 2005
 21F.041Topics in South Asian Literature and CultureFall 2004
 21F.043JIntroduction to Asian American Studies: Literature, Culture, and Historical ExperienceFall 2005
 21F.044Traditional Chinese Literature: Poetry, Fiction, and DramaSpring 2007
 21F.056Visual Histories: German Cinema 1945 to PresentFall 2003
 21F.059Paradigms of European Thought and CultureFall 2003
 21F.061Advanced Topics: Plotting Terror in European CultureSpring 2004
 21F.065Japanese Literature and CinemaSpring 2006
 21F.067JCultural Performances of AsiaFall 2005
 21F.069JRace and Gender in Asian AmericaSpring 2006
 21F.084JIntroduction to Latin American StudiesFall 2005
 21F.084JIntroduction to Latin American StudiesFall 2006
 21F.098JWorking in a Global EconomyFall 2005
 21F.101Chinese I (Regular)Spring 2006
 21F.102Chinese II (Regular)Spring 2006
 21F.103Chinese III (Regular)Fall 2005
 21F.103Chinese III (Regular)Fall 2003
 21F.104Chinese IV (Regular)Spring 2004
 21F.104Chinese IV (Regular)Spring 2006
 21F.105Chinese V (Regular): Chinese Cultures & SocietyFall 2003
 21F.106Chinese VI (Regular): Discovering Chinese Cultures and SocietiesSpring 2003
 21F.107Chinese I (Streamlined)Fall 2005
 21F.108Chinese II (Streamlined)Spring 2006
 21F.109Chinese III (Streamlined)Fall 2005
 21F.110Chinese IV (Streamlined)Spring 2004
 21F.114Chinese VI (Streamlined)Spring 2005
 21F.151Chinese I (Regular)Spring 2006
 21F.152Chinese II (Regular)Spring 2006
 21F.157Chinese I (Streamlined)Fall 2005
 21F.158Chinese II (Streamlined)Spring 2006
 21F.191Smashing the Iron Rice Bowl: Chinese East AsiaFall 2004
 21F.213High-Intermediate Academic CommunicationSpring 2004
 21F.214High-Intermediate Academic CommunicationSpring 2004
 21F.222Expository Writing for Bilingual StudentsFall 2002
 21F.223Listening, Speaking, and PronunciationFall 2004
 21F.224Listening, Speaking, and PronunciationFall 2004
 21F.225Advanced Workshop in Writing for Science and Engineering (ELS)Spring 2007
 21F.226Advanced Workshop in Writing for Science and Engineering (ELS)Spring 2007
 21F.227Advanced Workshop in Writing for Social Sciences and Architecture (ELS)Spring 2007
 21F.228Advanced Workshop in Writing for Social Sciences and Architecture (ELS)Spring 2007
 21F.232Advanced Speaking and Critical Listening Skills (ELS)Spring 2007
 21F.233Advanced Speaking and Critical Listening Skills (ELS)Spring 2007
 21F.301French IFall 2004
 21F.302French IIFall 2004
 21F.311Introduction to French CultureFall 2004
 21F.312Introduction to French CultureFall 2004
 21F.351French IFall 2004
 21F.352French IIFall 2004
 21F.401German IFall 2003
 21F.402German IISpring 2005
 21F.403German IIISpring 2004
 21F.404German IVSpring 2005
 21F.405Germany Today: Intensive Study of German Language & CultureJanuary (IAP) 2005
 21F.414German Culture, Media, and SocietyFall 2006
 21F.452German IISpring 2005
 21F.501Beginning Japanese IFall 2004
 21F.502Beginning Japanese IISpring 2005
 21F.503Intermediate Japanese IFall 2004
 21F.505Advanced Japanese IFall 2005
 21F.506Advanced Japanese IISpring 2005
 21F.593Japanese Literature and CinemaSpring 2006
 21F.701Spanish 1Fall 2003
 21F.702Spanish 2Spring 2004
 21F.703Spanish IIISpring 2006
 21F.704Spanish 4Spring 2005
 21F.705Oral Communication in SpanishSpring 2004
 21F.711Advanced Spanish Conversation and Composition: Perspectives on Technology and CultureSpring 2005
 21F.712Spanish Conversation and CompositionFall 2003
 21F.714Spanish for Bilingual StudentsSpring 2003
 21F.716Introduction to Contemporary Hispanic LiteratureSpring 2005
 21F.717Introduction to Spanish CultureFall 2004
 21F.730Twentieth and Twentyfirst-Century Spanish American LiteratureSpring 2003
 21F.740The New Spain: 1977-PresentFall 2005
 21F.751Spanish 1Fall 2003
 21F.752Spanish 2Spring 2004
 21F.991Smashing the Iron Rice Bowl: Chinese East AsiaFall 2004
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 HST.021Musculoskeletal PathophysiologyJanuary (IAP) 2006
 HST.035Principle and Practice of Human PathologySpring 2003
 HST.071Human Reproductive BiologyFall 2005
 HST.121GastroenterologyFall 2005
 HST.131Introduction to NeuroscienceFall 2005
 HST.151Principles of PharmacologySpring 2005
 HST.176Cellular and Molecular ImmunologyFall 2005
 HST.410JProjects in Microscale Engineering for the Life SciencesSpring 2007
 HST.422JA Clinical Approach to the Human BrainFall 2006
 HST.452JStatistical Physics in BiologySpring 2005
 HST.502Survival Skills for Researchers: The Responsible Conduct of ResearchSpring 2003
 HST.502Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series: Topics in Medical Ethics and Responsible Conduct in ResearchFall 2005
 HST.508Genomics and Computational BiologyFall 2002
 HST.508Quantitative GenomicsFall 2005
 HST.510Genomics, Computing, Economics, and SocietyFall 2005
 HST.512Genomic MedicineSpring 2004
 HST.515JAerospace Biomedical and Life Support EngineeringSpring 2006
 HST.522JBiomaterials-Tissue Interactions (BE.441)Fall 2003
 HST.523JCell-Matrix MechanicsSpring 2004
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HST.524JDesign of Medical Devices and ImplantsSpring 2006
 HST.525JTumor Pathophysiology and Transport PhenomenaFall 2005
 HST.535Principles and Practice of Tissue EngineeringFall 2004
 HST.541JQuantitative Physiology: Cells and TissuesFall 2004
 HST.542JQuantitative Physiology: Organ Transport SystemsSpring 2004
 HST.544JFields, Forces, and Flows in Biological Systems (BE.430J)Fall 2004
 HST.558JIntroduction to Modeling and SimulationSpring 2006
 HST.560JPrinciples of Radiation InteractionsFall 2004
 HST.561JNoninvasive Imaging in Biology and MedicineFall 2005
 HST.569Biomedical OpticsFall 2006
 HST.583Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Data Acquisition and AnalysisFall 2004
 HST.584JMagnetic Resonance Analytic, Biochemical, and Imaging TechniquesSpring 2006
 HST.590Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series: Developing Professional SkillsFall 2006
 HST.590Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series: Topics in Medical Ethics and Responsible Conduct in ResearchFall 2005
 HST.710JSpeech CommunicationSpring 2004
 HST.712JLaboratory on the Physiology, Acoustics, and Perception of SpeechFall 2005
 HST.714JAcoustics of Speech and HearingFall 2004
 HST.720Physiology of the EarFall 2004
 HST.721The Peripheral Auditory SystemFall 2005
 HST.722JBrain Mechanisms for Hearing and SpeechFall 2005
 HST.723Neural Coding and Perception of SoundSpring 2005
 HST.725Music Perception and CognitionSpring 2004
 HST.730Molecular Biology for the Auditory SystemFall 2002
 HST.750Modeling Issues in Speech and HearingSpring 2006
 HST.920JPrinciples and Practice of Drug DevelopmentFall 2005
 HST.921Information Technology in the Health Care System of the FutureSpring 2007
 HST.922Information Technology in the Health Care System of the FutureSpring 2007
 HST.930JSocial Studies of Bioscience and BiotechFall 2005
 HST.935Narrative Ethics: Literary Texts and Moral Issues in MedicineJanuary (IAP) 2007
 HST.947Medical Artificial IntelligenceSpring 2005
 HST.949JComputational Evolutionary BiologyFall 2005
 HST.950JEngineering Biomedical Information: From Bioinformatics to BiosurveillanceFall 2005
 HST.950JMedical ComputingSpring 2003
 HST.951JMedical Decision SupportSpring 2003
 HST.951JMedical Decision SupportFall 2005
 HST.952Computing for Biomedical ScientistsFall 2002
 HST.958JBiomedical Information Technology (BE.453J)Spring 2005
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21H.001How to Stage a RevolutionFall 2007
 21H.101American History to 1865Fall 2005
 21H.102The Emergence of Modern America 1865-PresentSpring 2003
 21H.104JRiots, Strikes, and Conspiracies in American HistoryFall 2004
 21H.105American ClassicsFall 2002
 21H.105American ClassicsSpring 2006
 21H.112The American RevolutionSpring 2006
 21H.116JThe Civil War and ReconstructionFall 2005
 21H.126America in Depression and WarSpring 2003
 21H.131America in the Nuclear AgeFall 2000
 21H.150JIntroduction to Asian American Studies: Literature, Culture, and Historical ExperienceFall 2005
 21H.153JRace and Gender in Asian AmericaSpring 2006
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21H.206American Consumer CultureFall 2007
 21H.221The Places of Migration in United States HistoryFall 2006
 21H.223War & American SocietyFall 2002
 21H.224Law and Society in US HistorySpring 2003
 21H.225JGender and the Law in U.S. HistorySpring 2004
 21H.231JAmerican Urban History ISpring 2005
 21H.232JAmerican Urban History IIFall 2004
 21H.234JDowntownSpring 2005
 21H.301The Ancient World: GreeceFall 2004
 21H.302The Ancient World: RomeSpring 2005
 21H.306The Emergence of Europe: 500-1300Fall 2003
 21H.311The Renaissance, 1300-1600Fall 2004
 21H.326The Making of Russia in the Worlds of Byzantium, Mongolia, and EuropeSpring 1998
 21H.342The Royal FamilyFall 2003
 21H.346France 1660-1815: Enlightenment, Revolution, NapoleonFall 2005
 21H.402The Making of a Roman EmperorFall 2005
 21H.405JThe Ancient CitySpring 2005
 21H.411History of Western Thought, 500-1300Fall 2004
 21H.416JMedieval Economic History in Comparative PerspectiveSpring 2006
 21H.418From Print to Digital: Technologies of the Word, 1450-PresentFall 2005
 21H.421Introduction to Environmental HistorySpring 2004
 21H.433The Age of Reason: Europe in the 18th and 19th CenturiesSpring 2005
 21H.443European Imperialism in the 19th and 20th CenturiesSpring 2006
 21H.447Nazi Germany and the HolocaustFall 2004
 21H.466Imperial and Revolutionary Russia, 1800-1917Fall 2002
 21H.467JSoviet Politics and Society, 1917-1991Spring 2003
 21H.504East Asia in the WorldSpring 2003
 21H.522Japan in the Age of the Samurai: History and FilmFall 2006
 21H.560Smashing the Iron Rice Bowl: Chinese East AsiaFall 2004
 21H.571The Making of Modern South AsiaFall 2006
 21H.575JWomen in South Asia from 1800 to PresentFall 2006
 21H.580From the Silk Road to the Great Game: China, Russia, and Central EurasiaFall 2003
 21H.601Islam, the Middle East, and the WestFall 2006
 21H.615The Middle East in 20th CenturySpring 2003
 21H.802Modern Latin America, 1808-Present: Revolution, Dictatorship, DemocracySpring 2005
 21H.907Trials in HistoryFall 2000
 21H.909People and Other AnimalsFall 2005
 21H.912The World Since 1492Fall 2004
 21H.912The World Since 1492Spring 2003
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21H.914Jewish History from Biblical to Modern TimesFall 2007
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21H.917JVisualizing CulturesSpring 2008
 21H.927JThe Economic History of Work and FamilySpring 2005
 21H.931Seminar in Historical MethodsSpring 2004
 21H.931Seminar in Historical MethodsSpring 2002
 21H.931Seminar in Historical MethodsSpring 2003
 21H.952JReadings in American History Since 1877Fall 2003
 21H.968JNature, Environment, and EmpireSpring 2005
 21H.991JTheories and Methods in the Study of HistoryFall 2004
 21H.991JTheories and Methods in the Study of HistoryFall 2003
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 24.00Problems of PhilosophyFall 2005
 24.01Classics in Western PhilosophySpring 2006
 24.02Moral Problems and the Good LifeFall 2006
 24.03Relativism, Reason, and RealitySpring 2005
 24.04JJusticeSpring 2006
 24.06JBioethicsSpring 2006
 24.09Minds and MachinesSpring 2007
 24.111Philosophy of Quantum MechanicsSpring 2005
 24.118Paradox and InfinityFall 2006
 24.120Moral PsychologyFall 2005
 24.200Ancient PhilosophyFall 2004
 24.201Topics in the History of Philosophy: KantFall 2005
 24.209Philosophy In Film and Other MediaSpring 2004
 24.211Theory of KnowledgeFall 2003
 24.213Philosophy of FilmFall 2004
 24.221MetaphysicsFall 2005
 24.221Metaphysics: Free WillFall 2004
 24.237Feminist Political ThoughtSpring 2006
 24.241Logic IFall 2005
 24.242Logic IISpring 2004
 24.251Introduction to Philosophy of LanguageSpring 2006
 24.251Introduction to Philosophy of LanguageSpring 2005
 24.261Philosophy of Love in the Western WorldFall 2004
 24.262Feeling and Imagination in Art, Science, and TechnologySpring 2004
 24.263The Nature of CreativityFall 2005
 24.264Film as Visual and Literary MythmakingFall 2005
 24.400Proseminar in Philosophy IFall 2003
 24.500Other MindsSpring 2003
 24.500Topics in Philosophy of Mind: Perceptual ExperienceSpring 2007
 24.500Topics in Philosophy of Mind: Self-KnowledgeSpring 2005
 24.611JPolitical Philosophy: Global JusticeSpring 2003
 24.729Topics in Philosophy of Language: VaguenessFall 2005
 24.805Topics in Theory of Knowledge: A Priori KnowledgeSpring 2005
 24.810Topics in Philosophy of Science: Social ScienceFall 2006
 24.892Classification, Natural Kinds, and Conceptual Change: Race as a Case StudySpring 2004
 24.900Introduction to LinguisticsSpring 2005
 24.900Introduction to LinguisticsSpring 2004
 24.901Language and its Structure I: PhonologyFall 2002
 24.902Language and its Structure II: SyntaxFall 2003
 24.903Language and its Structure III: Semantics and PragmaticsSpring 2005
 24.904JLanguage AcquisitionFall 2001
 24.905JPsycholinguisticsSpring 2005
 24.906JThe Linguistic Study of BilingualismFall 2006
 24.907JAbnormal LanguageFall 2004
 24.910Topics in Linguistic Theory: Laboratory PhonologySpring 2007
 24.910Topics in Linguistics TheorySpring 2003
 24.919Topics in Linguistics: Creole Languages and Caribbean IdentitiesSpring 2004
 24.921Special Topics in Linguistics: GenericitySpring 2007
 24.933Language and its Structure III: Semantics and PragmaticsSpring 2005
 24.942Grammar of a Less Familiar LanguageSpring 2003
 24.945JLanguage ProcessingFall 2004
 24.946Linguistic Theory and the Japanese LanguageFall 2004
 24.949JLanguage Acquisition ISpring 2002
 24.951Introduction to SyntaxFall 2003
 24.952Advanced SyntaxSpring 2007
 24.953Argument Structure and SyntaxSpring 2003
 24.954Pragmatics in Linguistic TheoryFall 2006
 24.960Syntactic ModelsSpring 2006
 24.961Introduction to PhonologyFall 2002
 24.962Advanced PhonologySpring 2005
 24.963Linguistic PhoneticsFall 2005
 24.964Topics in PhonologyFall 2004
 24.966JLaboratory on the Physiology, Acoustics, and Perception of SpeechFall 2005
 24.968JSpeech CommunicationSpring 2004
 24.973Advanced SemanticsSpring 2005
 24.979Topics in SemanticsFall 2002
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 21L.000JWriting About LiteratureFall 2006
 21L.001Foundations of Western Culture I: Homer to DanteSpring 2000
 21L.002Foundations of Western Culture IIFall 2002
 21L.002-2Foundations of Western Culture II: Renaissance to ModernitySpring 2003
 21L.002-3Foundations of Western Culture II: ModernismSpring 2004
 21L.003Introduction to FictionSpring 2002
 21L.003Introduction to FictionFall 2003
 21L.003-1Reading Fiction: Dysfunctional FamiliesSpring 2007
 21L.003-2Reading FictionSpring 2007
 21L.003-2Reading FictionFall 2006
 21L.004Major PoetsFall 2005
 21L.004Major PoetsFall 2001
 21L.005Introduction to DramaFall 2004
 21L.006American LiteratureFall 2002
 21L.007World Literatures: Contact ZoneFall 2006
 21L.007JAfter ColumbusFall 2003
 21L.009ShakespeareSpring 2004
 21L.010Writing About LiteratureFall 2006
 21L.011The Film ExperienceFall 2006
 21L.012Forms of Western NarrativeSpring 2004
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21L.012Forms of Western NarrativeFall 2007
 21L.015Introduction to Media StudiesFall 2005
 21L.015Introduction to Media StudiesFall 2003
 21L.016Learning from the Past: Drama, Science, PerformanceSpring 2007
 21L.310Bestsellers: Detective FictionFall 2006
 21L.315PrizewinnersSpring 2007
 21L.325Small Wonders: Staying AliveSpring 2007
 21L.420Literary Studies: The Legacy of EnglandSpring 2006
 21L.421ComedyFall 2001
 21L.421ComedySpring 2001
 21L.422TragedyFall 2002
 21L.423JIntroduction to Anglo-American Folk MusicFall 2005
 21L.430Popular Narrative: MastermindsFall 2004
 21L.432Understanding TelevisionSpring 2003
 21L.435Shakespeare, Film and MediaFall 2002
 21L.448Darwin and DesignFall 2002
 21L.448JDarwin and DesignFall 2003
 21L.449End of NatureSpring 2002
 21L.450Literature and Ethical ValuesFall 2002
 21L.451Introduction to Literary TheorySpring 2004
 21L.455Classical Literature: The Golden Age of Augustan RomeFall 2004
 21L.458The BibleSpring 2007
 21L.460Medieval Literature: Dante, Boccaccio, ChaucerSpring 2005
 21L.460Medieval Literature: Medieval Women WritersSpring 2004
 21L.470Eighteenth-Century Literature: Versions of the Self in 18th-C BritainSpring 2003
 21L.471Major English NovelsSpring 2007
 21L.471Major English NovelsSpring 2004
 21L.471Major English Novels: Reading Romantic FictionSpring 2002
 21L.472Major European NovelsFall 2001
 21L.476Romantic PoetrySpring 2005
 21L.481Victorian Literature and CultureSpring 2003
 21L.48520th-Century FictionFall 2002
 21L.486Modern DramaSpring 2006
 21L.487Modern PoetrySpring 2002
 21L.488Contemporary LiteratureSpring 2003
 21L.488Contemporary Literature: British Novels NowSpring 2007
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21L.488Contemporary Literature: Literature, Development, and Human RightsSpring 2008
 21L.489JInteractive and Non-Linear Narrative: Theory and PracticeSpring 2006
 21L.489JInteractive and Non-Linear Narrative: Theory and PracticeSpring 2004
 21L.489JTheory and Practice of Non-linear and Interactive NarrativeSpring 2003
 21L.501The American NovelFall 2002
 21L.501The American NovelFall 2006
 21L.504JRace and Identity in American Literature: Keepin' it Real FakeSpring 2007
 21L.512American Authors: American Women AuthorsSpring 2003
 21L.701Literary Interpretation: Beyond the Limits of the LyricFall 2006
 21L.701Literary Interpretation: Interpreting PoetryFall 2003
 21L.701Literary Interpretation: Literature and Photography: The ImageFall 2005
 21L.701Literary Interpretation: Virginia Woolf's ShakespeareSpring 2001
 21L.702Studies in Fiction: Stowe, Twain, and the Transformation of 19th-Century AmericaFall 2004
 21L.703English Renaissance Drama: Theatre and Society in the Age of ShakespeareFall 2003
 21L.703Studies in Drama: Stoppard and ChurchillSpring 2004
 21L.703Studies in Drama: Theater and Science in a Time of WarSpring 2005
 21L.704Studies in Poetry - British Poetry and the Sciences of the MindFall 2004
 21L.704Studies in Poetry: "Does Poetry Matter"Fall 2002
 21L.704Studies in Poetry: "What's the Use of Beauty?"Fall 2005
 21L.704Studies in Poetry: From the Sonneteers to the MetaphysicalsSpring 2006
 21L.704Studies in Poetry: Gender and Lyric -- Renaissance Men and Women Writing about LoveSpring 2003
 21L.705Major Authors: After the Masterpiece: Novels by Melville, Twain, Faulkner, and MorrisonFall 2006
 21L.705Major Authors: Melville and MorrisonFall 2003
 21L.705Major Authors: Oscar Wilde and the '90'sSpring 2003
 21L.705Masterworks in American Short FictionFall 2005
 21L.706Studies in FilmFall 2005
 21L.707Arthurian Literature and Celtic ColonizationSpring 2005
 21L.707Writing Early American Lives: Gender, Race, Nation, FaithFall 2005
 21L.708Technologies of HumanismSpring 2003
 21L.715Media in Cultural ContextSpring 2007
 21L.715Media in Cultural Context: Popular ReadershipsFall 2007
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 3.00Thermodynamics of MaterialsFall 2002
 3.012Fundamentals of Materials ScienceFall 2005
 3.014Materials LaboratoryFall 2006
 3.016Mathematics for Materials Scientists and EngineersFall 2005
 3.021JIntroduction to Modeling and SimulationSpring 2006
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3.032Mechanical Behavior of MaterialsFall 2007
 3.034Organic & Biomaterials ChemistryFall 2005
 3.044Materials ProcessingSpring 2005
 3.051JMaterials for Biomedical ApplicationsSpring 2006
 3.052Nanomechanics of Materials and BiomaterialsSpring 2007
 3.053JMolecular, Cellular, and Tissue BiomechanicsFall 2006
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3.063Polymer PhysicsSpring 2007
 3.064Polymer EngineeringFall 2003
 3.080Economic & Environmental Issues in Materials SelectionFall 2005
 3.082Materials Processing LaboratorySpring 2003
 3.091Introduction to Solid State ChemistryFall 2004
 3.093Information Exploration: Becoming a Savvy ScholarFall 2006
 3.094Materials in Human ExperienceSpring 2004
 3.11Mechanics of MaterialsFall 1999
 3.14Physical MetallurgyFall 2003
 3.15Electrical, Optical & Magnetic Materials and DevicesFall 2006
 3.155JMicro/Nano Processing TechnologyFall 2005
 3.172Inventions and PatentsFall 2005
 3.185Transport Phenomena in Materials EngineeringFall 2003
 3.20Materials at Equilibrium (SMA 5111)Fall 2003
 3.205Thermodynamics and Kinetics of MaterialsFall 2006
 3.21Kinetic Processes in MaterialsSpring 2006
 3.22Mechanical Properties of MaterialsSpring 2004
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3.225Electronic and Mechanical Properties of MaterialsFall 2007
 3.320Atomistic Computer Modeling of Materials (SMA 5107)Spring 2005
 3.35Fracture and FatigueFall 2003
 3.37Welding and Joining ProcessesFall 2002
 3.40JPhysical MetallurgySpring 2004
 3.40JPhysical MetallurgySpring 2003
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3.43JIntegrated Microelectronic DevicesSpring 2007
 3.45Magnetic MaterialsSpring 2004
 3.46Photonic Materials and DevicesSpring 2006
 3.53Electrochemical Processing of MaterialsSpring 2001
 3.560JSystems Perspectives on Industrial EcologySpring 2006
 3.564JSustainable EnergySpring 2005
 3.577Engineering Risk-Benefit AnalysisSpring 2007
 3.60Symmetry, Structure, and Tensor Properties of MaterialsFall 2005
 3.80JProseminar in ManufacturingFall 2005
 3.83JSystem Optimization and Analysis for ManufacturingSummer 2003
 3.91Mechanical Behavior of PlasticsSpring 2007
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3.961JDesign of Medical Devices and ImplantsSpring 2006
 3.962JMolecular Principles of BiomaterialsSpring 2006
 3.96JBiomaterials-Tissue Interactions (BE.441)Fall 2003
 3.97JCell-Matrix MechanicsSpring 2004
 3.986The Human Past: Introduction to ArchaeologyFall 2006
 3.987Human Origins and EvolutionSpring 2006
 3.A08Attraction and Repulsion: The Magic of MagnetsFall 2005
 3.A26Freshman Seminar: The Nature of EngineeringFall 2005
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3.A27Case Studies in Forensic MetallurgyFall 2007
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 18.01Single Variable CalculusFall 2006
 18.01Single Variable CalculusFall 2005
 18.013ACalculus with ApplicationsSpring 2005
 18.014Calculus with Theory IFall 2002
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18.02Multivariable CalculusFall 2007
 18.02Multivariable CalculusSpring 2006
 18.022CalculusFall 2005
 18.024Calculus with Theory IISpring 2003
 18.03Differential EquationsSpring 2006
 18.034Honors Differential EquationsSpring 2004
 18.034Honors Differential EquationsSpring 2007
 18.04Complex Variables with ApplicationsFall 2003
 18.04Complex Variables with ApplicationsFall 1999
 18.05Introduction to Probability and StatisticsSpring 2005
 18.06Linear AlgebraSpring 2005
 18.062JMathematics for Computer ScienceFall 2005
 18.062JMathematics for Computer ScienceSpring 2005
 18.062JMathematics for Computer Science (SMA 5512)Fall 2002
 18.06CILinear Algebra - Communications IntensiveSpring 2004
 18.075Advanced Calculus for EngineersFall 2004
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18.085Computational Science and Engineering IFall 2007
 18.086Mathematical Methods for Engineers IISpring 2006
 18.091Mathematical ExpositionSpring 2005
 18.094JTeaching College-Level ScienceSpring 2006
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18.098Street-Fighting MathematicsJanuary (IAP) 2008
 18.100BAnalysis IFall 2006
 18.100CAnalysis ISpring 2006
 18.101Analysis IIFall 2005
 18.103Fourier Analysis - Theory and ApplicationsSpring 2004
 18.104Seminar in Analysis: Applications to Number TheoryFall 2006
 18.112Functions of a Complex VariableFall 2006
 18.117Topics in Several Complex VariablesSpring 2005
 18.125Measure and IntegrationFall 2003
 18.152Introduction to Partial Differential EquationsFall 2005
 18.152Introduction to Partial Differential EquationsFall 2004
 18.155Differential AnalysisFall 2004
 18.156Differential AnalysisSpring 2004
 18.175Theory of ProbabilitySpring 2007
 18.238Geometry and Quantum Field TheoryFall 2002
 18.303Linear Partial Differential EquationsFall 2006
 18.304Undergraduate Seminar in Discrete MathematicsSpring 2006
 18.305Advanced Analytic Methods in Science and EngineeringFall 2004
 18.306Advanced Partial Differential Equations with ApplicationsSpring 2004
 18.307Integral EquationsSpring 2006
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18.310CPrinciples of Applied MathematicsFall 2007
 18.311Principles of Applied MathematicsSpring 2006
 18.312Algebraic CombinatoricsSpring 2005
 18.314Combinatorial AnalysisFall 2005
 18.315Combinatorial Theory: Hyperplane ArrangementsFall 2004
 18.315Combinatorial Theory: Introduction to Graph Theory, Extremal and Enumerative CombinatoricsSpring 2005
 18.318Topics in Algebraic CombinatoricsSpring 2006
 18.319Geometric CombinatoricsFall 2005
 18.325Topics in Applied Mathematics: Mathematical Methods in NanophotonicsFall 2005
 18.327Wavelets, Filter Banks and ApplicationsSpring 2003
 18.330Introduction to Numerical AnalysisSpring 2004
 18.335JIntroduction to Numerical MethodsFall 2004
 18.335JIntroduction to Numerical MethodsFall 2006
 18.336Numerical Methods of Applied Mathematics IISpring 2005
 18.337JApplied Parallel Computing (SMA 5505)Spring 2005
 18.338JInfinite Random Matrix TheoryFall 2004
 18.353JNonlinear Dynamics I: ChaosFall 2006
 18.361JIntroduction to Modeling and SimulationSpring 2006
 18.366Random Walks and DiffusionFall 2006
 18.376JWave PropagationFall 2006
 18.377JNonlinear Dynamics and WavesSpring 2007
 18.385JNonlinear Dynamics and ChaosFall 2004
 18.400JAutomata, Computability, and ComplexitySpring 2005
 18.404JTheory of ComputationFall 2006
 18.405JAdvanced Complexity TheoryFall 2001
 18.409Behavior of AlgorithmsSpring 2002
 18.410JIntroduction to Algorithms (SMA 5503)Fall 2005
 18.413Error-Correcting Codes LaboratorySpring 2004
 18.415JAdvanced AlgorithmsFall 2001
 18.415JAdvanced AlgorithmsFall 2005
 18.416JRandomized AlgorithmsFall 2002
 18.417Introduction to Computational Molecular BiologyFall 2004
 18.426JAdvanced Topics in CryptographySpring 2003
 18.433Combinatorial OptimizationFall 2003
 18.435JQuantum ComputationFall 2003
 18.437JDistributed AlgorithmsFall 2005
 18.440Probability and Random VariablesFall 2005
 18.441Statistical InferenceSpring 2002
 18.443Statistics for ApplicationsFall 2006
 18.443Statistics for ApplicationsFall 2003
 18.465Topics in Statistics: Nonparametrics and RobustnessSpring 2005
 18.465Topics in Statistics: Statistical Learning TheorySpring 2007
 18.466Mathematical StatisticsSpring 2003
 18.700Linear AlgebraFall 2005
 18.701Algebra IFall 2003
 18.702Algebra IISpring 2003
 18.704Seminar in Algebra and Number Theory: Rational Points on Elliptic CurvesFall 2004
 18.725Algebraic GeometryFall 2003
 18.727Topics in Algebraic Geometry: Intersection Theory on Moduli SpacesSpring 2006
 18.755Introduction to Lie GroupsFall 2004
 18.781Theory of NumbersSpring 2003
 18.785Analytic Number TheorySpring 2007
 18.786Topics in Algebraic Number TheorySpring 2006
 18.901Introduction to TopologyFall 2004
 18.904Seminar in TopologyFall 2005
 18.905Algebraic TopologyFall 2006
 18.906Algebraic Topology IISpring 2006
 18.950Differential GeometrySpring 2005
 18.965Geometry of ManifoldsFall 2004
 18.966Geometry of ManifoldsSpring 2007
 18.969Topics in GeometryFall 2006
 18.994Seminar in GeometryFall 2004
 18.996Random Matrix Theory and Its ApplicationsSpring 2004
 18.996Topics in Theoretical Computer Science : Internet Research ProblemsSpring 2002
 18.996ASimplicity TheorySpring 2004
 18.996VPGeneral Relativity and Gravitational RadiationFall 2002
 18.997Topics in Combinatorial OptimizationSpring 2004
 18.S34Problem Solving SeminarFall 2007
 18.S66The Art of CountingSpring 2003
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MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 2.000How and Why Machines WorkSpring 2002
 2.001Mechanics & Materials IFall 2006
 2.002Mechanics and Materials IISpring 2004
 2.003Modeling Dynamics and Control ISpring 2005
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2.003JDynamics and Control IFall 2007
 2.003JDynamics and Control ISpring 2007
 2.003JDynamics and Vibration (13.013J)Fall 2002
 2.004Modeling Dynamics and Control IISpring 2003
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2.004Systems, Modeling, and Control IIFall 2007
 2.007Design and Manufacturing ISpring 2005
 2.008Design and Manufacturing IISpring 2003
 2.008Design and Manufacturing IISpring 2004
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2.00BToy Product DesignSpring 2008
 2.011Introduction to Ocean Science and EngineeringSpring 2006
 2.016Hydrodynamics (13.012)Fall 2005
 2.017JDesign of Systems Operating in Random EnvironmentsSpring 2006
 2.019Design of Ocean SystemsFall 2005
 2.030JIntroduction to Modeling and SimulationSpring 2006
 2.032DynamicsFall 2004
 2.034JNonlinear Dynamics and WavesSpring 2007
 2.035Special Topics in Mathematics with Applications: Linear Algebra and the Calculus of VariationsSpring 2007
 2.036JNonlinear Dynamics and ChaosFall 2004
 2.050JNonlinear Dynamics I: ChaosFall 2006
 2.062JWave PropagationFall 2006
 2.067Advanced Structural Dynamics and Acoustics (13.811)Spring 2004
 2.068Computational Ocean Acoustics (13.853)Spring 2003
 2.080JStructural Mechanics (13.10J)Fall 2002
 2.081JPlates and ShellsSpring 2006
 2.082Ship Structural Analysis & Design (13.122)Spring 2003
 2.084JStructural Mechanics in Nuclear Power TechnologyFall 2006
 2.093Computer Methods in DynamicsFall 2002
 2.094Finite Element Analysis of Solids and FluidsSpring 2002
 2.096JIntroduction to Numerical Simulation (SMA 5211)Fall 2003
 2.097JNumerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations (SMA 5212)Spring 2003
 2.098Optimization Methods (SMA 5213)Fall 2004
 2.110JInformation and EntropySpring 2003
 2.111JQuantum ComputationFall 2003
 2.12Introduction to RoboticsFall 2005
 2.14Analysis and Design of Feedback Control SystemsSpring 2007
 2.140Analysis and Design of Feedback Control SystemsSpring 2007
 2.141Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic SystemsFall 2006
 2.154Maneuvering and Control of Surface and Underwater Vehicles (13.49)Fall 2004
 2.156JDynamics of Nonlinear SystemsFall 2003
 2.158JComputational GeometrySpring 2003
 2.159JFoundations of Software EngineeringFall 2000
 2.160Identification, Estimation, and LearningSpring 2006
 2.171Analysis and Design of Digital Control SystemsFall 2006
 2.20Marine Hydrodynamics (13.021)Spring 2005
 2.22Design Principles for Ocean Vehicles (13.42)Spring 2005
 2.23Hydrofoils and PropellersSpring 2007
 2.24Ocean Wave Interaction with Ships and Offshore Energy Systems (13.022)Spring 2002
 2.25Advanced Fluid MechanicsFall 2005
 2.26Compressible Fluid DynamicsSpring 2004
 2.27Turbulent Flow and TransportSpring 2002
 2.29Numerical Fluid MechanicsSpring 2007
 2.29Numerical Marine Hydrodynamics (13.024)Spring 2003
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2.372JDesign and Fabrication of Microelectromechanical DevicesSpring 2007
 2.391JSubmicrometer and Nanometer TechnologySpring 2006
 2.51Intermediate Heat and Mass TransferFall 2001
 2.57Nano-to-Macro Transport ProcessesFall 2004
 2.58JRadiative TransferSpring 2006
 2.59JThermal Hydraulics in Power TechnologySpring 2007
 2.60Fundamentals of Advanced Energy ConversionSpring 2004
 2.61Internal Combustion EnginesSpring 2004
 2.611Marine Power and PropulsionFall 2006
 2.612Marine Power and PropulsionFall 2006
 2.62JFundamentals of Advanced Energy ConversionSpring 2004
 2.64JSuperconducting MagnetsSpring 2003
 2.65JSustainable EnergyJanuary (IAP) 2007
 2.65JSustainable EnergySpring 2005
 2.66JFundamentals of Energy in BuildingsFall 2003
 2.670Mechanical Engineering ToolsJanuary (IAP) 2004
 2.672Projects LaboratorySpring 2004
 2.673JBiological Engineering II: Instrumentation and MeasurementFall 2006
 2.693Principles of Oceanographic Instrument Systems -- Sensors and Measurements (13.998)Spring 2004
 2.701Introduction to Naval Architecture (13.400)Fall 2004
 2.71OpticsFall 2004
 2.710OpticsFall 2004
 2.717JOptical EngineeringSpring 2002
 2.72Elements of Mechanical DesignSpring 2006
 2.737MechatronicsSpring 1999
 2.739JProduct Design and DevelopmentSpring 2006
 2.75Precision Machine DesignFall 2001
 2.76Multi-Scale System DesignFall 2004
 2.760Multi-Scale System DesignFall 2004
 2.761JNoninvasive Imaging in Biology and MedicineFall 2005
 2.771JBiomedical Information Technology (BE.453J)Spring 2005
 2.772JStatistical Thermodynamics of Biomolecular Systems (BE.011J)Spring 2004
 2.772JThermodynamics of Biomolecular SystemsFall 2005
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2.782JDesign of Medical Devices and ImplantsSpring 2006
 2.785JCell-Matrix MechanicsSpring 2004
 2.790JIntroduction to Bioengineering (BE.010J)Spring 2006
 2.791JQuantitative Physiology: Cells and TissuesFall 2004
 2.792JQuantitative Physiology: Organ Transport SystemsSpring 2004
 2.793JFields, Forces and Flows in Biological SystemsSpring 2007
 2.794JQuantitative Physiology: Cells and TissuesFall 2004
 2.795JFields, Forces, and Flows in Biological Systems (BE.430J)Fall 2004
 2.797JMolecular, Cellular, and Tissue BiomechanicsFall 2006
 2.798JMolecular, Cellular and Tissue Biomechanics (BE.410J)Spring 2003
 2.79JBiomaterials-Tissue Interactions (BE.441)Fall 2003
 2.800TribologyFall 2004
 2.830JControl of Manufacturing Processes (SMA 6303)Spring 2004
 2.851JSystem Optimization and Analysis for ManufacturingSummer 2003
 2.852Manufacturing Systems AnalysisSpring 2004
 2.854Manufacturing Systems I (SMA 6304)Fall 2004
 2.875Mechanical Assembly and Its Role in Product DevelopmentFall 2004
 2.882System Design and Analysis based on AD and Complexity TheoriesSpring 2005
 2.890JProseminar in ManufacturingFall 2005
 2.96Management in EngineeringFall 2004
 2.963Engineering Risk-Benefit AnalysisSpring 2007
 2.964Economics of Marine Transportation IndustriesFall 2006
 2.9712nd Summer Introduction to DesignJanuary (IAP) 2003
 2.993Designing Paths to PeaceFall 2002
 2.993Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering: The Art and Science of Boat DesignJanuary (IAP) 2007
 2.993JIntroduction to Numerical Analysis for Engineering (13.002J)Spring 2005
 2.994MADM with Applications in Material Selection and Optimal DesignJanuary (IAP) 2007
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2.996Biomedical Devices Design LaboratoryFall 2007
 2.996Sailing Yacht Design (13.734)Fall 2003
 2.996Designing Paths to PeaceFall 2002
 2.997Decision Making in Large Scale SystemsSpring 2004
 2.THAUndergraduate Thesis for Course 2-AJanuary (IAP) 2007
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 MAS.110Fundamentals of Computational Media DesignSpring 2003
 MAS.160Signals, Systems, and Information for Media TechnologyFall 2001
 MAS.450Holographic ImagingSpring 2003
 MAS.478Special Topics in Multimedia Production: Experiences in Interactive ArtFall 2003
 MAS.622JPattern Recognition and AnalysisFall 2006
 MAS.630Affective ComputingSpring 2002
 MAS.666Developmental EntrepreneurshipFall 2003
 MAS.712How to Learn (Almost) AnythingSpring 2001
 MAS.714JTechnologies for Creative LearningFall 2004
 MAS.742Industrial Design Intelligence: A Cognitive Approach to EngineeringFall 2003
 MAS.845Special Topics in Cinematic StorytellingSpring 2004
 MAS.857JOptical EngineeringSpring 2002
 MAS.863How to Make (Almost) AnythingFall 2002
 MAS.865JQuantum Information ScienceSpring 2006
 MAS.878Special Topics in Multimedia Production: Experiences in Interactive ArtFall 2003
 MAS.961Ambient IntelligenceSpring 2005
 MAS.961Designing Sociable MediaSpring 2001
 MAS.961Numeric PhotographyFall 1998
 MAS.961Seminar on Deep EngagementFall 2004
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MAS.962Autism Theory and TechnologySpring 2007
 MAS.962Common Sense Reasoning for Interactive ApplicationsFall 2006
 MAS.962Digital TypographyFall 1997
 MAS.962Special Topics in Media Technology: Computational SemanticsFall 2002
 MAS.962The Nature of Constructionist LearningSpring 2003
 MAS.963Ambient IntelligenceSpring 2004
 MAS.963Out of Context: A Course on Computer Systems That Adapt To, and Learn From, ContextFall 2001
 MAS.963Techno-identity: Who we are and how we perceive ourselves and othersSpring 2002
 MAS.963Technological Tools for School ReformFall 2005
 MAS.964Common Sense Reasoning for Interactive ApplicationsFall 2002
 MAS.964Common Sense Reasoning for Interactive ApplicationsFall 2006
 MAS.965Relational MachinesSpring 2005
 MAS.965Social VisualizationFall 2004
 MAS.965Special Topics in Media Technology: Cooperative MachinesFall 2003
 MAS.966Digital AnthropologySpring 2003
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 21M.011Introduction to Western MusicSpring 2006
 21M.030Introduction to World MusicFall 2006
 21M.051Fundamentals of MusicSpring 2007
 21M.065Introduction to Musical CompositionFall 2005
 21M.113Developing Musical StructuresFall 2002
 21M.220Early MusicSpring 2007
 21M.223JIntroduction to Anglo-American Folk MusicFall 2005
 21M.250Schubert to DebussyFall 2006
 21M.262Modern Music: 1900-1960Fall 2006
 21M.263Music Since 1960Spring 2006
 21M.271Symphony and ConcertoSpring 2007
 21M.291Music of IndiaSpring 2007
 21M.293Music of AfricaFall 2005
 21M.294Popular Musics of the WorldSpring 2005
 21M.301Harmony and Counterpoint ISpring 2005
 21M.302Harmony and Counterpoint IISpring 2005
 21M.361Composing with ComputersSpring 2003
 21M.410Vocal Repertoire and Performance: African American ComposersSpring 2005
 21M.410Vocal Repertoire and Performance: Women ComposersSpring 2007
 21M.515Vocal Repertoire and Performance: Women ComposersSpring 2007
 21M.603Principles of DesignFall 2005
 21M.604Playwriting ISpring 2005
 21M.606Introduction to StagecraftSpring 2003
 21M.616Learning from the Past: Drama, Science, PerformanceSpring 2007
 21M.621Theater and Cultural Diversity in the U.S.Spring 2004
 21M.670Traditions in American Concert Dance: Gender and AutobiographySpring 2003
 21M.675Dance Theory and CompositionFall 2003
 21M.710Script AnalysisFall 2005
 21M.714Studies in Drama: Theater and Science in a Time of WarSpring 2005
 21M.732Costume Design for the TheaterFall 2004
 21M.733Design for the Theater: ScenerySpring 2005
 21M.734Design for the Theater: ScenerySpring 2005
 21M.734Lighting Design for the TheatreFall 2003
 21M.735Technical Design: Scenery, Mechanisms, and Special EffectsSpring 2004
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21M.775Hip HopFall 2007
 21M.785Playwrights' WorkshopSpring 2007
 21M.873Theater Arts TopicsFall 2004
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 22.002Management in EngineeringFall 2004
 22.00JIntroduction to Modeling and SimulationSpring 2006
 22.01Introduction to Ionizing RadiationFall 2006
 22.012Seminar: Fusion and Plasma PhysicsSpring 2006
 22.02Introduction to Applied Nuclear PhysicsSpring 2003
 22.033Nuclear Systems Design ProjectFall 2002
 22.05Neutron Science and Reactor PhysicsFall 2006
 22.058Principles of Medical ImagingFall 2002
 22.071JIntroduction to Electronics, Signals, and MeasurementSpring 2006
 22.101Applied Nuclear PhysicsFall 2006
 22.101Applied Nuclear PhysicsFall 2003
 22.103Microscopic Theory of TransportFall 2003
 22.105Electromagnetic InteractionsFall 2005
 22.106Neutron Interactions and ApplicationsSpring 2005
 22.251Systems Analysis of the Nuclear Fuel CycleFall 2005
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22.312Engineering of Nuclear ReactorsFall 2007
 22.313JThermal Hydraulics in Power TechnologySpring 2007
 22.314JStructural Mechanics in Nuclear Power TechnologyFall 2006
 22.33Nuclear Systems Design ProjectFall 2002
 22.351Systems Analysis of the Nuclear Fuel CycleFall 2005
 22.38Probability And Its Applications To Reliability, Quality Control, And Risk AssessmentFall 2005
 22.39Integration of Reactor Design, Operations, and SafetyFall 2006
 22.40JFundamentals of Advanced Energy ConversionSpring 2004
 22.51Interaction of Radiation with MatterSpring 2003
 22.52JStatistical Thermodynamics of Complex LiquidsSpring 2004
 22.55JPrinciples of Radiation InteractionsFall 2004
 22.561JMagnetic Resonance Analytic, Biochemical, and Imaging TechniquesSpring 2006
 22.56JNoninvasive Imaging in Biology and MedicineFall 2005
 22.611JIntroduction to Plasma Physics IFall 2006
 22.611JIntroduction to Plasma Physics IFall 2003
 22.615MHD Theory of Fusion SystemsSpring 2007
 22.616Plasma Transport TheoryFall 2003
 22.68JSuperconducting MagnetsSpring 2003
 22.71JPhysical MetallurgySpring 2004
 22.71JPhysical MetallurgySpring 2003
 22.811JSustainable EnergyJanuary (IAP) 2007
 22.811JSustainable EnergySpring 2005
 22.812JManaging Nuclear TechnologySpring 2004
 22.82Engineering Risk-Benefit AnalysisSpring 2007
 22.903Photon and Neutron Scattering Spectroscopy and Its Applications in Condensed MatterSpring 2005
 22.920A Hands-On Introduction to Nuclear Magnetic ResonanceJanuary (IAP) 1997
 22.921Nuclear Power Plant Dynamics and ControlJanuary (IAP) 2006
 22.A09Career Options for Biomedical ResearchFall 2006
 22.S27Seminar: Fusion and Plasma PhysicsSpring 2006
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 8.01Physics IFall 2003
 8.01Physics I: Classical MechanicsFall 1999
 8.012Physics I: Classical MechanicsFall 2005
 8.01LPhysics I: Classical MechanicsFall 2005
 8.01TPhysics IFall 2004
 8.01XPhysics I: Classical Mechanics with an Experimental FocusFall 2002
 8.02Electricity and MagnetismSpring 2002
 8.02Physics II: Electricity and MagnetismSpring 2007
 8.022Physics II: Electricity and MagnetismFall 2004
 8.022Physics II: Electricity and MagnetismFall 2002
 8.022Physics II: Electricity and MagnetismFall 2006
 8.02TElectricity and MagnetismSpring 2005
 8.02XPhysics II: Electricity & Magnetism with an Experimental FocusSpring 2005
 8.03Physics IIISpring 2003
 8.03Physics III: Vibrations and WavesFall 2004
 8.033RelativityFall 2006
 8.04Quantum Physics ISpring 2006
 8.044Statistical Physics ISpring 2004
 8.05Quantum Physics IIFall 2004
 8.06Quantum Physics IIISpring 2005
 8.07Electromagnetism IIFall 2005
 8.08Statistical Physics IISpring 2005
 8.09Classical MechanicsFall 2006
 8.13-14Experimental Physics I & II "Junior Lab"Fall 2004
 8.20Introduction to Special RelativityJanuary (IAP) 2005
 8.224Exploring Black Holes: General Relativity & AstrophysicsSpring 2003
 8.225JEinstein, Oppenheimer, Feynman: Physics in the 20th CenturySpring 2006
 8.231Physics of Solids IFall 2006
 8.251String Theory for UndergraduatesSpring 2007
 8.261JIntroduction to Computational NeuroscienceSpring 2004
 8.282JIntroduction to AstronomySpring 2006
 8.284Modern AstrophysicsSpring 2006
 8.286The Early UniverseSpring 2004
 8.311Electromagnetic TheorySpring 2004
 8.321Quantum Theory IFall 2002
 8.322Quantum Theory IISpring 2003
 8.323Relativistic Quantum Field Theory ISpring 2003
 8.324Relativistic Quantum Field Theory IIFall 2005
 8.325Relativistic Quantum Field Theory IIISpring 2007
 8.325Relativistic Quantum Field Theory IIISpring 2003
 8.333Statistical Mechanics I: Statistical Mechanics of ParticlesFall 2005
 8.334Statistical Mechanics II: Statistical Mechanics of FieldsSpring 2004
 8.351JClassical Mechanics: A Computational ApproachFall 2002
 8.371JQuantum Information ScienceSpring 2006
 8.395JTeaching College-Level ScienceSpring 2006
 8.422Atomic and Optical Physics IISpring 2005
 8.511Theory of Solids IFall 2004
 8.512Theory of Solids IISpring 2004
 8.513Many-Body Theory for Condensed Matter SystemsFall 2004
 8.514Strongly Correlated Systems in Condensed Matter PhysicsFall 2003
 8.575JStatistical Thermodynamics of Complex LiquidsSpring 2004
 8.591JSystems BiologyFall 2004
 8.592JStatistical Physics in BiologySpring 2005
 8.594JIntroduction to Neural NetworksSpring 2005
 8.613JIntroduction to Plasma Physics IFall 2006
 8.613JIntroduction to Plasma Physics IFall 2003
 8.701Introduction to Nuclear and Particle PhysicsSpring 2004
 8.811Particle Physics IIFall 2005
 8.851Strong Interactions: Effective Field Theories of QCDSpring 2006
 8.871Selected Topics in Theoretical Particle Physics: Branes and Gauge Theory DynamicsFall 2004
 8.901Astrophysics ISpring 2006
 8.902Astrophysics IIFall 2004
 8.942CosmologyFall 2001
 8.952Particle Physics of the Early UniverseFall 2004
 8.962General RelativitySpring 2006
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 17.000JPolitical Philosophy: Global JusticeSpring 2003
 17.006Feminist Political ThoughtSpring 2006
 17.007JFeminist Political ThoughtSpring 2006
 17.01JJusticeSpring 2006
 17.03Introduction to Political ThoughtSpring 2004
 17.037American Political ThoughtSpring 2004
 17.038American Political ThoughtSpring 2004
 17.042Citizenship and PluralismFall 2003
 17.045JPower: Interpersonal, Organizational and Global DimensionsFall 2005
 17.100JPolitical Economy I: Theories of the State and the EconomyFall 2005
 17.118JFeminist Political ThoughtFall 2000
 17.125The Politics of Global Financial RelationsFall 2007
 17.148Political Economy of GlobalizationSpring 2006
 17.158Political Economy of Western EuropeSpring 2003
 17.176JEconomic Development, Policy Analysis, and IndustrializationFall 2004
 17.181Sustainable Development: Theory, Research and PolicySpring 2006
 17.182Sustainable Development: Theory, Research and PolicySpring 2006
 17.184JEconomic Institutions and Growth Policy AnalysisFall 2005
 17.188JLabor and PoliticsFall 2005
 17.195GlobalizationFall 2005
 17.196GlobalizationFall 2005
 17.199JWorking in a Global EconomyFall 2005
 17.20Introduction to the American Political ProcessSpring 2004
 17.20Introduction to the American Political ProcessFall 2006
 17.245The Supreme Court, Civil Liberties, and Civil RightsFall 2006
 17.249JLaw and SocietySpring 2003
 17.251Congress and the American Political System IFall 2004
 17.261Congress and the American Political System IIFall 2005
 17.262Congress and the American Political System IIFall 2005
 17.265Public Opinion and American DemocracySpring 2007
 17.30JFundamentals of Public PolicyFall 2004
 17.312JIntegrating Doctoral Seminar on Emerging TechnologiesFall 2005
 17.315Comparative Health PolicyFall 2004
 17.317U.S. Social PolicySpring 2006
 17.32Environmental Politics and PolicySpring 2003
 17.40American Foreign Policy: Past, Present, and FutureFall 2004
 17.405Seminar on Politics and Conflict in the Middle EastFall 2003
 17.406Seminar on Politics and Conflict in the Middle EastFall 2003
 17.407Chinese Foreign PolicyFall 2005
 17.408Chinese Foreign PolicyFall 2005
 17.410Globalization, Migration, and International RelationsSpring 2006
 17.411Globalization, Migration, and International RelationsSpring 2006
 17.418Field Seminar in International Relations TheoryFall 2005
 17.42Causes and Prevention of WarSpring 2005
 17.420Advances in International Relations TheorySpring 2003
 17.422Field Seminar in International Political EconomyFall 2003
 17.424International Political Economy of Advanced Industrial SocietiesSpring 2007
 17.428American Foreign Policy: Theory and MethodFall 2004
 17.432Causes of War: Theory and MethodFall 2003
 17.433International Relations of East AsiaSpring 2005
 17.434International Relations of East AsiaSpring 2005
 17.436Territorial ConflictFall 2004
 17.460Defense PoliticsSpring 2006
 17.462Innovation in Military OrganizationsSpring 2001
 17.466Organization Theory and the MilitarySpring 2003
 17.471American National Security PolicyFall 2002
 17.484Comparative Grand Strategy and Military DoctrineFall 2004
 17.50Introduction to Comparative PoliticsFall 2006
 17.504Ethnic Politics IFall 2003
 17.506Ethnic Politics IISpring 2007
 17.508The Rise and Fall of Democracy/ Regime ChangeSpring 2002
 17.509Social Movements in Comparative PerspectiveSpring 2005
 17.522Politics and ReligionFall 2006
 17.523Ethnicity and Race in World PoliticsFall 2005
 17.524NationalismFall 2004
 17.53Democratization in Asia, Africa, and Latin AmericaFall 2001
 17.537Politics and Policy in Contemporary JapanSpring 2003
 17.538Politics and Policy in Contemporary JapanSpring 2003
 17.544Comparative Politics and ChinaFall 2002
 17.547Government and Politics of ChinaFall 2002
 17.55Introduction to Latin American StudiesFall 2005
 17.550JProperty Rights in TransitionSpring 2005
 17.551Political Economy of Chinese ReformSpring 2003
 17.552Political Economy of Chinese ReformSpring 2003
 17.554Political Economy of Latin AmericaFall 2002
 17.556Political Economy of DevelopmentSpring 2003
 17.559Comparative Security and SustainabilityFall 2004
 17.55JIntroduction to Latin American StudiesFall 2006
 17.560Comparative Security and SustainabilityFall 2004
 17.57JSoviet Politics and Society, 1917-1991Spring 2003
 17.582Civil WarSpring 2005
 17.584Civil-Military RelationsSpring 2003
 17.869Political Science Scope and MethodsFall 2003
 17.871Political Science LaboratorySpring 2004
 17.872Quantitative Research in Political Science and Public PolicySpring 2004
 17.874Quantitative Research Methods: MultivariateSpring 2004
 17.878Qualitative Research: Design and MethodsFall 2007
 17.878Qualitative Research: Design and MethodsSpring 2005
 17.881Game Theory and Political TheoryFall 2004
 17.882Game Theory and Political TheoryFall 2004
 17.884JCollective Choice IFall 2005
 17.905Forms of Political Participation: Old and NewSpring 2005
 17.906Reading Seminar in Social Science: The Geopolitics and Geoeconomics of Global EnergySpring 2007
 17.908Reading Seminar in Social Science: Intelligence and National SecurityFall 2005
 17.908Reading Seminar in Social Science: Race, Crime, and Citizenship in American LawSpring 2007
 17.910Reading Seminar in Social Science: International Political EconomyFall 2006
 17.914International Politics in the New Century - via Simulation, Interactive Gaming, and 'Edutainment'January (IAP) 2005
 17.918New Global Agenda: Exploring 21st Century Challenges through Innovations in Information TechnologiesJanuary (IAP) 2006
 17.950Understanding Modern Military OperationsSpring 2005
 17.951Intelligence: Practice, Problems and ProspectsSpring 2005
 17.951Special Graduate Topic in Political Science: Political BehaviorFall 2005
 17.951Special Graduate Topic in Political Science: Public OpinionSpring 2004
 17.951Reading Seminar in Social Science: The Geopolitics and Geoeconomics of Global EnergySpring 2007
 17.952Great Power Military InterventionSpring 2004
 17.953U.S. Military Budget and Force PlanningFall 2004
 17.955Civil Society, Social Capital, and the State in Comparative PerspectiveFall 2004
 17.959Organizational AnalysisFall 2005
 17.960Foundations of Political ScienceFall 2004
 17.960Foundations of Political ScienceSpring 2005
 17.THTThesis Research Design SeminarFall 2004
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 STS.001Technology in American HistorySpring 2006
 STS.002Toward the Scientific RevolutionFall 2003
 STS.003The Rise of Modern ScienceSpring 2005
 STS.005Disease and Society in AmericaFall 2005
 STS.006JBioethicsSpring 2006
 STS.011American Science: Ethical Conflicts and Political ChoicesFall 2004
 STS.014Principles and Practice of Science CommunicationSpring 2006
 STS.029JThe Civil War and ReconstructionFall 2005
 STS.035The History of ComputingSpring 2004
 STS.036Industrial LandscapesFall 2004
 STS.038Energy and Environment in American History: 1705-2005Fall 2006
 STS.042JEinstein, Oppenheimer, Feynman: Physics in the 20th CenturySpring 2006
 STS.049JTechnology and Gender in American HistorySpring 2004
 STS.062JDrugs, Politics, and CultureSpring 2006
 STS.062JDrugs, Politics, and CultureSpring 2003
 STS.066Brains and Culture: Love, Lies & NeurotransmittersFall 2002
 STS.067Scientific Visualization across Disciplines: A Critical IntroductionSpring 2005
 STS.069Technology in a Dangerous WorldFall 2002
 STS.075JTechnology and CultureFall 2006
 STS.085Ethics and the Law on the Electronic FrontierFall 2005
 STS.086JThe Anthropology of ComputingFall 2004
 STS.210JTheories and Methods in the Study of HistoryFall 2004
 STS.210JTheories and Methods in the Study of HistoryFall 2003
 STS.250JSocial Theory and AnalysisFall 2004
 STS.310History of ScienceFall 2005
 STS.320Environmental Conflict and Social ChangeFall 2005
 STS.330History and Anthropology of Medicine and BiologyFall 2006
 STS.340JIntroduction to the History of TechnologyFall 2006
 STS.350Social Study of Science and TechnologySpring 2004
 STS.360EthnographySpring 2003
 STS.410JReadings in American History Since 1877Fall 2003
 STS.415JNature, Environment, and EmpireSpring 2005
 STS.420JThe Structure of Engineering RevolutionsFall 2001
 STS.428Technology and Change in Rural AmericaFall 2004
 STS.429Food and Power in the Twentieth CenturySpring 2005
 STS.436Cold War ScienceSpring 2004
 STS.445JTechnologies for Creative LearningFall 2004
 STS.449JSocial Studies of Bioscience and BiotechFall 2005
 STS.461JIntegrating Doctoral Seminar on Emerging TechnologiesFall 2005
 STS.462Social and Political Implications of TechnologySpring 2006
 STS.464Cultural History of TechnologySpring 2005
 STS.467Research Seminar in Deep Sea ArchaeologySpring 2002
 STS.471JEngineering Apollo: The Moon Project as a Complex SystemSpring 2007
 STS.S28Godzilla and the Bullet Train: Technology and Culture in Modern JapanFall 2005
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 15.010Economic Analysis for Business DecisionsFall 2004
 15.011Economic Analysis for Business DecisionsFall 2004
 15.012Applied Macro- and International EconomicsSpring 2002
 15.014Applied Macro- and International EconomicsSpring 2004
 15.020Competition in TelecommunicationsFall 2003
 15.021JReal Estate EconomicsSpring 2004
 15.023JGlobal Climate Change: Economics, Science, and PolicySpring 2004
 15.023JGlobal Climate Change: Economics, Science, and PolicySpring 2007
 15.024Applied Economics for ManagersSummer 2004
 15.040Game Theory for ManagersSpring 2004
 15.053Optimization Methods in Management ScienceSpring 2007
 15.057Systems OptimizationSpring 2003
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15.060Data, Models, and DecisionsFall 2007
 15.062Data MiningSpring 2003
 15.063Communicating With DataSummer 2003
 15.066JSystem Optimization and Analysis for ManufacturingSummer 2003
 15.067Competitive Decision-Making and NegotiationSpring 2003
 15.070Advanced Stochastic ProcessesFall 2005
 15.072JQueues: Theory and ApplicationsSpring 2006
 15.073JLogistical and Transportation Planning MethodsFall 2004
 15.073JLogistical and Transportation Planning MethodsFall 2006
 15.075Applied StatisticsSpring 2003
 15.081JIntroduction to Mathematical ProgrammingFall 2002
 15.082JNetwork OptimizationSpring 2003
 15.083JInteger Program Combination OptimizationFall 2004
 15.084JNonlinear ProgrammingSpring 2004
 15.084JNonlinear ProgrammingSpring 2003
 15.085JFundamentals of ProbabilityFall 2005
 15.093Optimization Methods (SMA 5213)Fall 2004
 15.094JSystems Optimization: Models and Computation (SMA 5223)Spring 2004
 15.098Special Seminar in Applied Probability and Stochastic ProcessesSpring 2006
 15.099Readings in OptimizationFall 2003
 15.136JPrinciples and Practice of Drug DevelopmentFall 2005
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15.220Global Strategy and OrganizationSpring 2008
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15.223Global Markets, National Policies, and the Competitive Advantages of FirmsFall 2007
 15.224Global Markets, National Politics and the Competitive Advantage of FirmsSpring 2003
 15.269Literature, Ethics and AuthorityFall 2005
 15.269BLiterature, Ethics and AuthorityFall 2002
 15.279Management Communication for UndergraduatesSpring 2005
 15.280Communication for ManagersFall 2002
 15.281Advanced Managerial CommunicationSpring 2004
 15.289Communication Skills for AcademicsSpring 2002
 15.301Managerial PsychologyFall 2006
 15.301Managerial Psychology LaboratoryFall 2004
 15.301Managerial Psychology LaboratorySpring 2003
 15.310Managerial Psychology LaboratorySpring 2003
 15.310Managerial PsychologyFall 2006
 15.310Managerial Psychology LaboratoryFall 2004
 15.311Organizational ProcessesFall 2003
 15.316Building and Leading Effective TeamsSummer 2005
 15.322Leading Organizations IIFall 2003
 15.328Team ProjectFall 2003
 15.341Individuals, Groups, and OrganizationsFall 2006
 15.342JOrganizations and EnvironmentsFall 2004
 15.343Managing Transformations in Work, Organizations, and SocietySpring 2002
 15.347Doctoral Seminar in Research Methods IFall 2004
 15.348Doctoral Seminar in Research Methods IISpring 2004
 15.351Managing the Innovation ProcessFall 2002
 15.352Managing Innovation: Emerging TrendsSpring 2005
 15.356How to Develop "Breakthrough" Products and ServicesSpring 2004
 15.358The Software BusinessFall 2005
 15.389Global Entrepreneurship LabFall 2007
 15.391Early Stage CapitalFall 2003
 15.394Designing and Leading the Entrepreneurial OrganizationSpring 2003
 15.402Finance Theory IISpring 2003
 15.414Financial ManagementSummer 2003
 15.426JReal Estate Finance and InvestmentFall 2006
 15.427JReal Estate Capital MarketsSpring 2007
 15.428JAdvanced Topics in Real Estate FinanceSpring 2007
 15.431Entrepreneurial FinanceSpring 2002
 15.433InvestmentsSpring 2003
 15.501Introduction to Financial and Managerial AccountingSpring 2004
 15.511Financial AccountingSummer 2004
 15.514Financial and Managerial AccountingSummer 2003
 15.515Financial AccountingFall 2003
 15.516Introduction to Financial and Managerial AccountingSpring 2004
 15.518Taxes and Business StrategyFall 2002
 15.521Management Accounting and ControlSpring 2003
 15.535Business Analysis Using Financial StatementsSpring 2003
 15.561Information Technology EssentialsSpring 2005
 15.564Information Technology ISpring 2003
 15.565JIntegrating eSystems & Global Information SystemsSpring 2002
 15.566Information Technology as an Integrating Force in ManufacturingSpring 2003
 15.568APractical Information Technology ManagementSpring 2005
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15.571Generating Business Value from Information TechnologySpring 2007
 15.575Research Seminar in IT and Organizations: Economic PerspectivesSpring 2004
 15.578JIntegrating eSystems & Global Information SystemsSpring 2002
 15.598IT and Business TransformationSpring 2003
 15.615Law for the Entrepreneur and ManagerSpring 2003
 15.616Innovative Businesses and Breakthrough Technologies - The Legal IssuesFall 2004
 15.617The Law of Corporate Finance and Financial MarketsSpring 2004
 15.628Patents, Copyrights, and the Law of Intellectual PropertySpring 2003
 15.647Law for the Entrepreneur and ManagerSpring 2003
 15.649The Law of Mergers and AcquisitionsSpring 2003
 15.660Strategic HR ManagementSpring 2003
 15.665BPower and NegotiationFall 2002
 15.667Negotiation and Conflict ManagementSpring 2001
 15.668People and OrganizationsFall 2005
 15.677JUrban Labor Markets and Employment PolicySpring 2005
 15.678JPolitical Economy I: Theories of the State and the EconomyFall 2005
 15.760AOperations ManagementSpring 2002
 15.760BIntroduction to Operations ManagementSpring 2004
 15.761Operations ManagementSummer 2002
 15.762JSupply Chain Planning (SMA 6305)Spring 2005
 15.763JManufacturing System and Supply Chain DesignSpring 2005
 15.764The Theory of Operations ManagementSpring 2004
 15.769Operations StrategySpring 2003
 15.769Operations StrategyFall 2005
 15.770JLogistics SystemsFall 2006
 15.778Management of Supply Networks for Products and ServicesSummer 2004
 15.783JProduct Design and DevelopmentSpring 2006
 15.792JProseminar in ManufacturingFall 2005
 15.795Seminar in Operations ManagementFall 2002
 15.810Introduction to MarketingSpring 2005
 15.810Marketing ManagementFall 2004
 15.812Marketing ManagementFall 2002
 15.818PricingSpring 2005
 15.821Listening to the CustomerFall 2002
 15.822Strategic Marketing MeasurementFall 2002
 15.834Marketing StrategySpring 2003
 15.835Entrepreneurial MarketingSpring 2002
 15.840Special Seminar in Marketing: Marketing ManagementSpring 2004
 15.871System Dynamics for Business PolicyFall 2003
 15.874System Dynamics for Business PolicyFall 2003
 15.875Applications of System DynamicsSpring 2004
 15.902Strategic Management IFall 2006
 15.904Strategic Management IIFall 2005
 15.905Technology StrategySpring 2007
 15.912Technology StrategySpring 2005
 15.928Strategic Management and Consulting Proseminar: Theoretical FoundationsSpring 2003
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15.963Management Accounting and ControlSpring 2007
 15.963Organizations as Enacted Systems: Learning, Knowing and ChangeFall 2002
 15.965Ethical Practice: Professionalism, Social Responsibility, and the Purpose of the CorporationSpring 2007
 15.967Managing and Volunteering In the Non-Profit SectorSpring 2005
 15.968The Sociology of StrategySpring 2005
 15.969Dynamic Leadership: Using Improvisation in BusinessFall 2004
 15.970Digital AnthropologySpring 2003
 15.971Developmental EntrepreneurshipFall 2003
 15.974Leadership LabSpring 2003
 15.974Practical LeadershipFall 2004
 15.975Special Seminar in Management The Nuts and Bolts of Business PlansJanuary (IAP) 2005
 15.978Leadership Tools and Teams: A Product Development LabSpring 2007
 15.980JOrganizing for Innovative Product DevelopmentSpring 2007
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15.988System Dynamics Self StudyFall 1998
 15.990Architecture and Communication in OrganizationsFall 2003
 15.996Cross-Cultural LeadershipFall 2004
 15.997Advanced Corporate Risk ManagementSpring 2007
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MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 SP.235Chemistry of SportsSpring 2007
 SP.240Composing Your Life: Exploration of Self through Visual Arts and WritingSpring 2006
 SP.242Gender Issues in Academics and AcademiaSpring 2004
 SP.246Current Events and Social IssuesFall 2004
 SP.251PE for MESpring 2005
 SP.253AIDS and Poverty in AfricaSpring 2005
 SP.255Physics of Rock ClimbingSpring 2006
 SP.258Gödel, Escher, BachSpring 2007
 SP.259Information and Communication Technology in AfricaSpring 2006
 SP.260Women's Novels: A Weekly Book ClubSpring 2006
 SP.261Poetry in TranslationSpring 2006
 SP.287Kitchen ChemistrySpring 2006
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SP.293Lego RoboticsSpring 2007
 SP.298Art of ColorSpring 2005
 SP.2H3Ancient Philosophy and MathematicsFall 2006
 SP.322Prohibition and PermissionSpring 2007
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SP.401Introduction to Women's and Gender StudiesFall 2007
 SP.401Introduction to Women's and Gender StudiesSpring 2005
 SP.406Sexual and Gender IdentitiesFall 2006
 SP.412JFeminist Political ThoughtFall 2000
 SP.430Literary Interpretation: Virginia Woolf's ShakespeareSpring 2001
 SP.454JIdentity and DifferenceFall 2002
 SP.454JIdentity and DifferenceSpring 2007
 SP.455JGender, Sexuality, and SocietySpring 2006
 SP.456JThe Contemporary American FamilySpring 2004
 SP.457JGender, Power, and International DevelopmentFall 2003
 SP.459JWomen in South Asia from 1800 to PresentFall 2006
 SP.461JInternational Women's VoicesSpring 2004
 SP.472Traditions in American Concert Dance: Gender and AutobiographySpring 2003
 SP.484JThe Anthropology of ComputingFall 2004
 SP.492Popular Narrative: MastermindsFall 2004
 SP.493Media in Cultural Context: Popular ReadershipsFall 2007
 SP.512Major Authors: After the Masterpiece: Novels by Melville, Twain, Faulkner, and MorrisonFall 2006
 SP.512Major Authors: Melville and MorrisonFall 2003
 SP.514Medieval Literature: Medieval Women WritersSpring 2004
 SP.517American Authors: American Women AuthorsSpring 2003
 SP.518JRace and Identity in American Literature: Keepin' it Real FakeSpring 2007
 SP.575JWriting About RaceSpring 2003
 SP.576JAdvanced Essay WorkshopSpring 2005
 SP.601JFeminist Political ThoughtSpring 2006
 SP.603JRace and Gender in Asian AmericaSpring 2006
 SP.607JGender and the Law in U.S. HistorySpring 2004
 SP.608JCultural Performances of AsiaFall 2005
 SP.610JThe Economic History of Work and FamilySpring 2005
 SP.620JMedicine, Religion and Politics in Africa and the African DiasporaSpring 2005
 SP.621JViolence, Human Rights, and JusticeFall 2004
 SP.622JDilemmas in Bio-Medical Ethics: Playing God or Doing Good?Spring 2005
 SP.660Gender and Race, Work, and Public PolicySpring 2005
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SP.691Studies in Women's Life Narratives: Interrogating Marriage: Case Studies in American Law and CultureFall 2007
 SP.694Issues of Representation: Women, Representation, and Music in Selected Folk Traditions of the British Isles and North AmericaFall 2005
 SP.721D-Lab: Development, Dialogue and DeliveryFall 2004
 SP.722D-Lab: Development, Design and DisseminationSpring 2005
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SP.723D-Lab: Disseminating Innovations for the Common GoodSpring 2007
 SP.724Prototypes to ProductsFall 2005
 SP.764Practical ElectronicsFall 2004
 SP.765Practical ElectronicsFall 2004
 SP.769Photovoltaic Solar Energy SystemsFall 2004
 SP.772Internet Technology in Local and Global CommunitiesSpring 2005
 SP.776Design for DeminingSpring 2007
 SP.777Water Jet TechnologiesSpring 2005
 SP.783Engineering Capacity in Community-Based HealthcareFall 2005
 SP.784Wheelchair Design in Developing CountriesSpring 2007
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 11.001JIntroduction to Urban Design and DevelopmentSpring 2006
 11.002JFundamentals of Public PolicyFall 2004
 11.004JCityScope: New OrleansSpring 2007
 11.007Resolving Public DisputesSpring 2005
 11.011The Art and Science of NegotiationSpring 2006
 11.013JAmerican Urban History ISpring 2005
 11.014JAmerican Urban History IIFall 2004
 11.015JRiots, Strikes, and Conspiracies in American HistoryFall 2004
 11.016JThe Once and Future CitySpring 2006
 11.020Poverty, Public Policy and ControversyFall 2003
 11.021JThe Ancient CitySpring 2005
 11.026JDowntownSpring 2005
 11.027City to City: Comparing, Researching and Writing about CitiesSpring 2006
 11.122Environment and SocietyFall 2002
 11.123Big PlansSpring 2003
 11.124Introduction to Teaching and Learning Mathematics and ScienceFall 2004
 11.125Exploring K-12 Classroom TeachingSpring 2005
 11.126JEconomics of EducationSpring 2007
 11.127Computer Games and Simulations for Investigation and EducationSpring 2005
 11.128Information Technology and the Labor MarketSpring 2005
 11.129Educational Theory and Practice IFall 2006
 11.131Educational Theory and Practice IIISpring 2007
 11.163JLaw and SocietySpring 2003
 11.164Human Rights in Theory and PracticeSpring 2005
 11.166Law, Social Movements, and Public Policy: Comparative and International ExperienceFall 2002
 11.167Economic Development & Technical CapabilitiesSpring 2004
 11.188A Workshop on Geographic Information SystemsFall 2005
 11.201Gateway: Planning ActionFall 2002
 11.201Gateway: Planning ActionFall 2005
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11.201Gateway: Planning ActionFall 2007
 11.202Gateway: Planning EconomicsFall 2004
 11.203Microeconomics for PlannersFall 2004
 11.204Planning, Communications, and Digital MediaFall 2004
 11.208Introduction to Computers in Public Management IIJanuary (IAP) 2002
 11.220Quantitative Reasoning and Statistical Method for Planning ISpring 2006
 11.225Argumentation and CommunicationFall 2006
 11.229Advanced Writing SeminarSpring 2004
 11.233Crafting Research Questions and Qualitative MethodologyFall 2005
 11.233Research Design for Policy Analysis and PlanningFall 2007
 11.235Analyzing Projects and Organizations: How Organizations BehaveFall 2006
 11.237Gender and Race, Work, and Public PolicySpring 2005
 11.248Information Technology and the Labor MarketSpring 2005
 11.249Economics of EducationSpring 2007
 11.252Computer Games and Simulations for Investigation and EducationSpring 2005
 11.255Negotiation and Dispute Resolution in the Public SectorSpring 2005
 11.262JOrganizations and EnvironmentsFall 2004
 11.301JIntroduction to Urban Design and DevelopmentFall 2006
 11.302JUrban Design PoliticsSpring 2003
 11.304JSite and Urban Systems PlanningSpring 2006
 11.307Beijing Urban Design StudioSummer 2006
 11.308JAdvanced Seminar: Urban Nature and City DesignFall 2005
 11.309JSensing Place: Photography as InquirySpring 2006
 11.309JSites in Sight: Photography as InquiryFall 2003
 11.310JMedia Technology and City Design and DevelopmentFall 2002
 11.310JMedia Technology and City Design and DevelopmentSpring 2002
 11.328JUrban Design Skills: Observing, Interpreting, and Representing the CityFall 2004
 11.329Social Theory and the CityFall 2005
 11.330JTheory of City FormSpring 2004
 11.332JUrban DesignFall 2003
 11.332JUrban Design Studio: ProvidenceSpring 2005
 11.333Urban Design SeminarSpring 2005
 11.339JDowntownSpring 2005
 11.360Community Growth and Land Use PlanningFall 2003
 11.360Community Growth and Land Use PlanningFall 2006
 11.360Community Growth and Land Use PlanningFall 2005
 11.362Environmental Management Practicum: Brownfield RedevelopmentFall 2006
 11.363Civil Society and the EnvironmentSpring 2005
 11.364International Environmental NegotiationFall 2002
 11.366JPlanning for Sustainable DevelopmentSpring 2006
 11.368Environmental JusticeFall 2004
 11.370Brownfields Policy and PracticeFall 2005
 11.371JSustainable EnergyJanuary (IAP) 2007
 11.371JSustainable EnergySpring 2005
 11.373Science, Politics, and Environmental PolicyFall 2004
 11.375Role of Science and Scientists in Collaborative Approaches to Environmental PolicymakingSpring 2006
 11.380JUrban Transportation PlanningFall 2002
 11.401Introduction to Housing, Community and Economic DevelopmentFall 2003
 11.401Introduction to Housing, Community and Economic DevelopmentFall 2004
 11.414JLabor and PoliticsFall 2005
 11.421Housing and Human ServicesSpring 2005
 11.422Downtown Management OrganizationsFall 2006
 11.423Information and Communication Technologies in Community DevelopmentSpring 2004
 11.431JReal Estate Finance and InvestmentFall 2006
 11.432JReal Estate Capital MarketsSpring 2007
 11.433JReal Estate EconomicsSpring 2004
 11.434JAdvanced Topics in Real Estate FinanceSpring 2007
 11.437Financing Economic DevelopmentSpring 2006
 11.439Revitalizing Urban Main StreetsSpring 2003
 11.439Revitalizing Urban Main StreetsSpring 2005
 11.467JProperty Rights in TransitionSpring 2005
 11.469Urban Sociology in Theory and PracticeSpring 2007
 11.471Political Economy of Development Projects: Targeting the PoorSpring 2003
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11.471Political Economy of Development Projects: Targeting the PoorFall 2007
 11.471Targeting the Poor: Small Firms, Workers, and Local Economic DevelopmentFall 2004
 11.479Water and Sanitation Infrastructure Planning in Developing CountriesSpring 2005
 11.479JWater and Sanitation Infrastructure in Developing CountriesSpring 2007
 11.481JAnalyzing & Accounting for Regional Economic ChangeSpring 2005
 11.481JAnalyzing and Accounting for Regional Economic ChangeSpring 2004
 11.481JAnalyzing and Accounting for Regional Economic ChangeSpring 2006
 11.482JRegional Socioeconomic Impact Analyses and ModelingFall 2003
 11.482JRegional Socioeconomic Impact Analysis and ModelingFall 2005
 11.482JRegional Socioeconomic Impact Analysis and ModelingFall 2004
 11.482JRegional Socioeconomic Impact Analysis and ModelingFall 2006
 11.484Project Appraisal in Developing CountriesSpring 2005
 11.486JEconomic Institutions and Growth Policy AnalysisFall 2005
 11.487Urban Public Finance in Developing CountriesFall 2004
 11.489The Growth and Spatial Structure of CitiesFall 2005
 11.491JEconomic Development, Policy Analysis, and IndustrializationFall 2004
 11.493Legal Aspects of Property and Land UseFall 2005
 11.496Law, Social Movements, and Public Policy: Comparative and International ExperienceFall 2002
 11.497Human Rights in Theory and PracticeSpring 2005
 11.501Introduction to Technology and CitiesFall 2002
 11.520A Workshop on Geographic Information SystemsFall 2005
 11.521Spatial Database Management and Advanced Geographic Information SystemsSpring 2003
 11.522Research Seminar on Urban Information SystemsFall 2005
 11.523Spatial Database Management and Advanced Geographic Information SystemsSpring 2003
 11.524Spatial Database Management and Advanced Geographic Information SystemsSpring 2003
 11.527JTransportation SystemsFall 2004
 11.540JUrban Transportation PlanningFall 2006
 11.541JPublic Transportation Service and Operations PlanningSpring 2006
 11.542JTransit ManagementFall 2006
 11.543JTransportation Policy and Environmental LimitsSpring 2004
 11.545JIntroduction to Transportation SystemsFall 2006
 11.601Introduction to Environmental Policy and PlanningFall 2005
 11.701Introduction to Planning & Institutional Processes in Developing CountriesFall 2003
 11.701Introduction to Planning and Institutional Processes in Developing CountriesFall 2005
 11.800Doctoral Research Seminar: Knowledge in the Public ArenaSpring 2007
 11.914Planning CommunicationSpring 2007
 11.941Disaster, Vulnerability and ResilienceSpring 2005
 11.941Use of Joint Fact Finding in Science Intensive Policy Disputes, Part IFall 2003
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11.942Regional Energy-Environmental Economic ModelingSpring 2007
 11.942Use of Joint Fact Finding in Science Intensive Policy Disputes, Part IISpring 2004
 11.943Special Studies in Urban Studies and Planning - The Cardener River Corridor WorkshopFall 2001
 11.943JUrban Transportation, Land Use, and the EnvironmentSpring 2002
 11.945Katrina PracticumSpring 2006
 11.945Springfield StudioSpring 2004
 11.945Springfield StudioFall 2005
 11.946Planning in Transition Economies for Growth and EquitySpring 2004
 11.946JBeijing Urban Design StudioSummer 2004
 11.947History and Theory of Historic PreservationSpring 2007
 11.947Imaging the City: The Place of Media in City Design and DevelopmentFall 1998
 11.947New Century Cities: Real Estate, Digital Technology, and DesignFall 2004
 11.947Race, Immigration, and PlanningSpring 2005
 11.947Sustainable Economic DevelopmentSpring 2004
 11.948Power of Place: Media Technology, Youth, and City Design and DevelopmentSpring 2001
 11.948The Politics of Reconstructing IraqSpring 2005
 11.949Cities in Conflict: Theory and PracticeFall 2003
 11.949City Visions: Past and FutureSpring 2004
 11.950Citizen Participation, Community Development, and Urban Governance in the Developing WorldSpring 2007
 11.952Foshan China WorkshopSpring 2004
 11.952Gaoming Studio - ChinaSpring 2005
 11.953Comparative Land Use and Transportation PlanningSpring 2006
 11.954Community-Owned Enterprise and Civic ParticipationSpring 2005
 11.957Frameworks of Urban GovernanceJanuary (IAP) 2007
 11.959Reforming Natural Resources Governance: Failings of Scientific Rationalism and Alternatives for Building Common GroundJanuary (IAP) 2007
 11.965Reflective Practice: An Approach for Expanding Your Learning FrontiersJanuary (IAP) 2007
 11.967Special Studies in Urban Studies and Planning: Economic Development Planning SkillsJanuary (IAP) 2007
 11.969Workshop on Deliberative Democracy and Dispute ResolutionSummer 2005
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 WGS.401Introduction to Women's and Gender StudiesSpring 2005
 WGS.406Sexual and Gender IdentitiesFall 2006
 WGS.412JFeminist Political ThoughtFall 2000
 WGS.430Literary Interpretation: Virginia Woolf's ShakespeareSpring 2001
 WGS.454JIdentity and DifferenceFall 2002
 WGS.454JIdentity and DifferenceSpring 2007
 WGS.455JGender, Sexuality, and SocietySpring 2006
 WGS.456JThe Contemporary American FamilySpring 2004
 WGS.457JGender, Power, and International DevelopmentFall 2003
 WGS.459JWomen in South Asia from 1800 to PresentFall 2006
 WGS.461JInternational Women's VoicesSpring 2004
 WGS.472Traditions in American Concert Dance: Gender and AutobiographySpring 2003
 WGS.484JThe Anthropology of ComputingFall 2004
 WGS.492Popular Narrative: MastermindsFall 2004
 WGS.512Major Authors: After the Masterpiece: Novels by Melville, Twain, Faulkner, and MorrisonFall 2006
 WGS.512Major Authors: Melville and MorrisonFall 2003
 WGS.514Medieval Literature: Medieval Women WritersSpring 2004
 WGS.517American Authors: American Women AuthorsSpring 2003
 WGS.518JRace and Identity in American Literature: Keepin' it Real FakeSpring 2007
 WGS.575JWriting About RaceSpring 2003
 WGS.576JAdvanced Essay WorkshopSpring 2005
 WGS.601JFeminist Political ThoughtSpring 2006
 WGS.607JGender and the Law in U.S. HistorySpring 2004
 WGS.608JCultural Performances of AsiaFall 2005
 WGS.610JThe Economic History of Work and FamilySpring 2005
 WGS.620JMedicine, Religion and Politics in Africa and the African DiasporaSpring 2005
 WGS.621JViolence, Human Rights, and JusticeFall 2004
 WGS.622JDilemmas in Bio-Medical Ethics: Playing God or Doing Good?Spring 2005
 WGS.694Issues of Representation: Women, Representation, and Music in Selected Folk Traditions of the British Isles and North AmericaFall 2005
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 21W.730-1Expository Writing: Exploring Social and Ethical Issues through Film and PrintFall 2002
 21W.730-1Expository Writing: Social and Ethical Issues in Print, Photography and FilmFall 2005
 21W.730-2Expository Writing - Food for Thought: Writing and Reading about Food and CultureFall 2005
 21W.730-2The Creative SparkFall 2004
 21W.730-3Consumer CultureFall 2002
 21W.730-3Expository Writing: Autobiography - Theory and PracticeSpring 2001
 21W.730-3Writing and the EnvironmentSpring 2005
 21W.730-4Expository Writing: Analyzing Mass MediaSpring 2001
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21W.730-5Writing on Contemporary Issues: Imagining the FutureFall 2007
 21W.731-1Writing and Experience: Culture Shock! Writing, Editing, and Publishing in CyberspaceFall 2005
 21W.731-1Writing and Experience: Exploring Self in SocietySpring 2004
 21W.731-4Writing and ExperienceSpring 2002
 21W.732-1Introduction to Technical Communication: Perspectives on Medicine and Public HealthSpring 2007
 21W.732-2Intro to Tech CommunicationFall 2002
 21W.732-2Introduction to Technical Communication: Ethics in Science and TechnologyFall 2006
 21W.732-5Introduction to Technical Communication: Explorations in Scientific and Technical WritingFall 2006
 21W.734JWriting About LiteratureFall 2006
 21W.735Writing and Reading the EssayFall 2005
 21W.735Writing and Reading the EssayFall 2004
 21W.739JDarwin and DesignFall 2003
 21W.739JDarwin and DesignFall 2002
 21W.742JWriting About RaceSpring 2003
 21W.745Advanced Essay WorkshopSpring 2005
 21W.746Humanistic Perspectives on Medicine: From Ancient Greece to Modern AmericaSpring 2005
 21W.747RhetoricSpring 2005
 21W.747-1RhetoricSpring 2006
 21W.747-1RhetoricFall 2006
 21W.747-2Rhetoric: Rhetoric of ScienceSpring 2006
 21W.747-3Classical Rhetoric and Modern PoliticsSpring 2006
 21W.749Documentary Photography and Photo Journalism: Still Images of A World In MotionSpring 2002
 21W.755Writing and Reading Short StoriesFall 2006
 21W.756Writing and Reading PoemsFall 2006
 21W.765JInteractive and Non-Linear Narrative: Theory and PracticeSpring 2006
 21W.765JInteractive and Non-Linear Narrative: Theory and PracticeSpring 2004
 21W.765JTheory and Practice of Non-linear and Interactive NarrativeSpring 2003
 21W.772Digital PoetryFall 2005
 21W.775Writing about Nature and Environmental IssuesFall 2006
 21W.777The Science EssaySpring 2004
 21W.780Communicating in Technical OrganizationsSpring 2006
 21W.780Communicating in Technical OrganizationsSpring 2005
 21W.780Communicating in Technical OrganizationsFall 2001
 21W.783Science and Engineering Writing for Phase IIFall 2002
 21W.784Becoming Digital: Writing About Media ChangeFall 2005
 21W.785Communicating in CyberspaceFall 2003
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