University courses at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT has a distinctive mission and history that set us apart from other universities. When the Institute was established almost 150 years ago, science had essentially no impact on the curriculum that was followed by most American university students. Our first President, William Barton Rogers, envisioned a new kind of academic institution-one that could, as he put it, "serve the times and the nation's needs."

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Carnegie
Doctoral/Research Universities--Extensive

ADMISSION OFFICE

MA 02139 Cambridge

Massachusetts

United States

Phone: (617) 253-4791

Fax: (617) 258-8304

Web: Admission office




ADDRESS

MA 02139 Cambridge

Massachusetts

United States

Phone: (617) 253-1000

Fax: Not found

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