This class is full; no new students will be admitted.
However, fortunately there are a variety of other options available for
you, and many of these may even serve you better than 14.121. I particularly
recommend KSG API-111 Microeconomic Theory I, at Harvard, taught by Jerry
Green and Nolan Miller. This course covers all of the same material,
and uses the same textbooks, as our core micro sequence. In fact,
Jerry Green wrote most of the chapters of the textbook we are using.
You can find out more about this course on Harvard's Web page. This
course is designed exactly for you: doctoral students and other graduate
students outside of an economics department.
At the current time, MIT does not offer a similar course.
Other options include our undergraduate intermediate microeconomics
courses, which will probably end up teaching you more economics anyhow.
14.03 is an excellent class, and 14.04 is more advanced than many masterís
and doctoral courses at other schools.