Found in 48 Collections and/or Records:
The records of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Committee on Simplification of Curricula contain the Committee's final May 1944 report to the faculty, along with background materials.
Series 1 includes agendas, background materials, and minutes of the Committee on the Undergraduate Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a committee of the faculty. Series 2 consists of minutes of the Subcommittee on the Communication Requirement. Series 3 consists of the minutes of the Subcommittee on the HAAS Requirement Minutes, a subcommittee created in May 2009. Chronological and topical indexes are included in each years set of notes.
The collection comprises records of the Committee on the Writing Requirement at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) spanning the years of 1981 to 2002. Records include administrative files regarding "The Commons," Writing Across the Curriculum, undergraduate seminars, the writing requirement, and prizes for writing. Also included are sample writing requirement essays created by students.
The collection comprises records created by the Committee on Undergraduate Policy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from 1950 to 1960.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Business and Engineering Administration records
The collection comprises Department of Chemistry curricula dating from 1877 to 1985.
The collection contains course notes for the Civil Engineering Department of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The bulk of the material dates from 1890 through 1917, including notes for courses on hydraulics and theory of structures (George Swain), stereotomy and warped surfaces (Dwight Porter), highways (Frederick E. Foss), and railroad engineering.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science curricula
This collection contains a catalog of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) library, course and lecture notes, syllabi, and problem sets and answer keys, often prepared by instructors and privately printed. Also included are video recordings of 6.001, the Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs.
The collection contains exam questions and course notes from classes in the Department of Geology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Materials are arranged chronologically and date from 1864 to 1922.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Humanities curricula, including the first Black Studies course at MIT, taught in the spring term of 1969
The collection contains student records kept by the Department of Humanities at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from 1958-1980. The records include correspondence, administrative forms, grade reports, and transcripts from both withdrawn and graduated undergraduate students.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Department of Mathematics curricula materials span from 1884 to 1979. The collection comprises primarily syllabi and course notes, with some examination questions.
This collection contains course notes prepared by instructing staff of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Many of the notes were privately printed for the use of students. The majority of materials date prior to 1935 and offer information about the development of teaching and laboratory instruction in Mechanical Engineering at MIT. Department circulars offer information about courses and descriptions of laboratory facilities.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Mining and Metallurgy student laboratory reports
The curricula collection of the Department of Nuclear Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology consists of bound course notes, including reading lists and problem sets, for the years 1952-1989. Also included in the collections are qualifying examinations for doctoral candidates, answer booklets, and grades for the years 1964-1989.