Online Learning with MIT
This suite of online programs from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), delivered in collaboration with GetSmarter, is designed to offer you access to the knowledge of expert MIT faculty and a high-touch digital learning experience no matter where you are in the world.
The MIT Sloan School of Management
The MIT Sloan School of Management exists at the intersection of business and technology, with a focus on developing leaders who are prepared for the future of work. Following this mission, the online short course portfolio is designed to expose participants to new ways of thinking about the world of business — to embrace intellectual discovery, simplify complexity, and pursue innovation.
MIT School of Architecture and Planning and the MIT Media Lab
The MIT School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) believes that humanity’s toughest problems and their solutions exist within the space between people and their environment. From its inception in 1868 as the Department of Architecture, MIT SA+P has encouraged the exploration of the human landscape as the vehicle for delivering better futures. These online short courses reflect that goal, encompassing an interdisciplinary exploration and the drive for meaningful progress that is central to the MIT ethos.
Born out of MIT SA+P, the MIT Media Lab embraces an antidisciplinary approach to research, alongside a unique culture. By combining seemingly disparate research areas, the MIT Media Lab confronts the challenges of the modern world by leveraging technology, media, science, art, and design, among other disciplines. This portfolio of online short courses is designed to share cutting-edge ideas with a global audience, through a personalized, highly supported online learning experience.
MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
A pioneer in the sciences of computing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) is committed to continued innovation in these disciplines, pursuing positive change in the way people around the world work. MIT CSAIL online short courses educate participants in the technologies that are disrupting the modern business environment and changing the way we live today.
Frequently asked questions
Why choose an MIT course?
The online MIT courses can help you stay ahead of the curve in the ever-evolving world. Browse from a range of technology courses, as well as online short courses covering disciplines such as business, architecture and planning, data science, artificial intelligence, and more. Take advantage of MIT’s world-renowned faculty and learn in a personalized, supportive online learning environment.
What technology courses are available online from MIT?
The technology courses from MIT include an artificial intelligence course, a machine learning course, a data science course, and more. They’ll help you keep pace with the latest technological advances and disruptions in your industry.
What’s the online learning environment like with MIT?
The online learning environment with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is designed to offer you access to expert knowledge and a high-touch digital learning experience, no matter where you are in the world. With an MIT online short course, you’ll gain:
- Access to world-renowned MIT faculty
- A personalized and supportive learning experience
- The opportunity to explore new ways of thinking about business and technology
- Cutting-edge ideas delivered through a multimedia platform
- Course materials and educational resources tailored to equip you with in-depth knowledge needed as a student or professional
- The opportunity to develop foundational skills, or gather in-depth knowledge, to grow in your career
- Skills for making scientifically informed solutions, as with the Artificial Intelligence in Health Care online program.
Are there any prerequisites for enrolling in an MIT online short course?
There are no prerequisites for enrolling in an MIT online short course; however, we recommend that you have a basic knowledge of the subject matter. Most courses are designed for professionals with some working experience.