What is Course 7 at MIT?

What is Course 7 at MIT?

Course 7. Designed to prepare students for a research career in the biological sciences.

What classes are required for MIT?

Preparing for MIT: What to do in high school

  • One year of high school physics.
  • One year of high school chemistry.
  • One year of high school biology.
  • Math, through calculus.
  • Two years of a foreign language.
  • Four years of English.
  • Two years of history and/or social sciences.

Can you major in biology at MIT?

The curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Science in Biology is designed to prepare students for a professional career in the area of the biological sciences. Graduates of this program are well prepared for positions in industrial or research institutes.

What is a a course at MIT?

A course is a course, of course, except when it is a subject. At MIT course numbers and abbreviations refer to courses of study leading to specific academic degrees and, by extension, to the departments or programs offering those degrees. For example, Course 6 refers to the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

What are the different majors at MIT?

Below is a list of the departments and programs that offer subjects at MIT. Aeronautics and Astronautics (Course 16) Aerospace Studies (AS) Anthropology (Course 21A) Architecture (Course 4) Biological Engineering (Course 20) Biology (Course 7) Brain and Cognitive Sciences (Course 9)

What is the MIT Animal Care Committee (CAC)?

The CAC was established to ensure that MIT and WIBR researchers working with animals (or making funds available to support other researchers’ work with animals) comply with all animal care laws and regulations. Committee members are appointed by the President of MIT at the recommendation of the Vice President for Research.

What is MIT OpenCourseWare?

MIT OpenCourseWare is a free & open publication of material from thousands of MIT courses, covering the entire MIT curriculum. No enrollment or registration. Freely browse and use OCW materials at your own pace.

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