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MIT classes are measured in units; each unit corresponds to one hour per week of estimated work. Grades go from A to F. A is equivalent to 5.0, B is 4.0, etc. Plus and minus modifiers are not used in computing the grade point average; grade point averages are rounded to the nearest tenth of a point.

MIT reorganizes the course catalog regularly, so sadly some of the links below may not work by the time you view this page.

Differences between what you see here and what would appear on an official transcript are as follows:


Undergraduate


Incoming Credit

NumberUnitsGradeName
5.1112N/APrinciples of Chemical Science (no longer exists)
8.0112N/APhysics I
10.0016N/AIntroduction to Computer Methods
18.0112N/ACalculus


Fall 1996

NumberUnitsGradeName
7.01212AIntroductory Biology
8.02212APhysics II
16.S246passSeminar
18.02312A+Calculus with Applications
21L.00312A-Introduction to Fiction


Spring 1997

NumberUnitsGradeName
8.0312A+Physics III
16.009AIntroduction to Aerospace and Design
17.60112ASoviet Politics and Society (no longer exists)
18.0312A-Differential Equations
18.0412B+Complex Variables with Applications


Fall 1997

NumberUnitsGradeName
6.04112A+Probabilistic Systems Analysis
16.01012AUnified Engineering I
16.02012AUnified Engineering II
21L.44812ADarwin and Design


Spring 1998

NumberUnitsGradeName
8.0412A+Quantum Physics I
16.03012AUnified Engineering III
16.04012BUnified Engineering IV
21L.45012A-Literature and Ethical Values


Fall 1998

NumberUnitsGradeName
16.05012AThermal Energy
16.06012A-Principles of Automatic Control
16.10012AAerodynamics
16.2012A+Structural Mechanics
24.0012A-Problems of Philosophy
24.1729ABeing and Time (no longer exists)


Spring 1999

NumberUnitsGradeName
6.11112AIntroductory Digital Systems Laboratory
16.11012A+Flight Vehicle Aerodynamics
16.6216AExperimental Projects I
21L.70712A-Problems in Cultural Interpretation


Fall 1999

NumberUnitsGradeName
16.62212AExperimental Projects II
16.8312ASpace Systems Engineering
24.11812A+Paradox and Infinity

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