CI-M Subjects for Course 18 Majors

CI-M subjects fulfill the CI component for the designated major(s). Non-majors who enroll in these subjects will have the same educational experience, but will not receive CI credit for completing these subjects. You should check the degree charts in the MIT Bulletin to identify the CI-M subjects for your major program(s).

Mathematics
18 Two of:    
  18.104 Seminar in Analysis  
  18.304 Undergraduate Seminar in Discrete Mathematics  
  18.384 Undergraduate Seminar in Physical Mathematics  
  18.424 Seminar in Information Theory  
  18.434 Seminar in Theoretical Computer Science  
  18.504 Seminar in Logic  
  18.704 Seminar in Algebra  
  18.784 Seminar in Number Theory  
  18.821 Project Laboratory in Mathematics  
  18.904 Seminar in Topology  
  18.994 Seminar in Geometry  
    or one from the above list and one of:  
  8.06 Quantum Physics III  
  14.33 Research and Communication in Economics: Topics, Methods, and Implementation  
  18.100C Real Analysis  
  18.310 Principles of Discrete Applied Mathematics  
       
18-C Two of:    
  18.104 Seminar in Analysis  
  18.304 Undergraduate Seminar in Discrete Mathematics  
  18.384 Undergraduate Seminar in Physical Mathematics  
  18.424 Seminar in Information Theory  
  18.434 Seminar in Theoretical Computer Science  
  18.504 Seminar in Logic  
  18.704 Seminar in Algebra  
  18.784 Seminar in Number Theory  
  18.821 Project Laboratory in Mathematics  
  18.904 Seminar in Topology  
  18.994 Seminar in Geometry  
    or one from the above list and one of:  
  6.033 Computer System Engineering  
  8.06 Quantum Physics III  
  14.33 Research and Communication in Economics: Topics, Methods, and Implementation  
  18.100C Real Analysis  
  18.310 Principles of Discrete Applied Mathematics  

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