Project-based CI subjects
The Committee on the Undergraduate Program (CUP) licensed the following subjects as Communication Intensive only for the Spring 2007, Spring 2008, and Spring 2009 terms. These subjects will not count as Communication Intensive for terms following Spring 2009.
|2.00AJ/16.00AJ||Fundamentals of Engineering Design: Explore Space, Sea, and Earth||Spring 2007, Spring 2008, Spring 2009|
|2.00B||Toy Product Design||Spring 2007, Spring 2008, Spring 2009|
|3.003||Principles of Engineering Practice||Spring 2008, Spring 2009|
|4.001J/11.004J||CityScope||Spring 2007, Spring 2008|
|5.92||Energy, Environment, and Society||Spring 2007|
|16.00||Introduction to Aerospace Engineering and Design||Spring 2007, Spring 2008, Spring 2009|
|HST.410J/6.07J||Projects in Microscale Engineering for the Life Sciences||Spring 2007, Spring 2008|
- If you passed one of these subjects during the terms specified you may count one toward your four-subject Communication Requirement (CR).
- A completed project-based CI subject will serve as an appropriate CI in determining your minimum rate of CR completion.
- CI subjects will not appear in your student degree audit as CI subjects. When you apply to graduate, individual adjustments will be made to your audit, if necessary, to allow the project-based CI to audit as either a CI-H or a CI-M.
- Please use the Project-based CI Subject Request Form if you need the CI subject to count toward your Communication Requirement. Please note: we will only accept this form if you are in your final semester at MIT.
- A project-based CI subject may not substitute for a required CI-HW subject. However, you may receive CI credit for a project-based CI taken concurrently with a required CI-HW.
- This experiment does not license the project-based subjects as either HASS subjects or part of departmental programs.