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11.130J Educational Theory and Practice II
See description under subject CMS.592J.
11.191-11.192 Independent Study
For undergraduates wishing to pursue further study in specialized areas of urban studies or city and regional planning not covered in regular subjects.
11.245J DesignX Entrepreneurship
Students in teams accepted to the MITdesignX accelerator begin work on their ventures in this intense two-week bootcamp. Participants identify the needs and problems that demonstrate the demand for their innovative technology, policy, products, and/or services. They research and investigate various markets and stakeholders pertinent to their ventures, and begin to test their ideas and thesis in real-world interviews and interactions. Subject presented in workshop format, giving teams the chance to jump-start their ventures together with a cohort of people working on ideas that span the realm of design, planning real estate, and the human environment. Registration limited to students accepted to the MITdesignX accelerator in the fall.
11.901 Independent Study: Urban Studies and Planning
Opportunity for independent study under regular supervision by a faculty member.
11.902 Independent Study: Urban Studies and Planning
Opportunity for independent study under regular supervision by a faculty member.
11.903 Supervised Readings in Urban Studies
Reading and discussion of topics in urban studies and planning.
11.905 Research Seminar in Urban Studies and Planning
Special research issues in urban planning.
11.906 Research Seminar in Urban Studies and Planning
Special research issues in urban planning.
11.907 Urban Fieldwork
Practical application of planning techniques to towns, cities, and regions, including problems of replanning, redevelopment, and renewal of existing communities. Includes internships, under staff supervision, in municipal and state agencies and departments.
11.908 Urban Fieldwork
Practical application of planning techniques to towns, cities, and regions, including problems of replanning, redevelopment, and renewal of existing communities. Includes internships, under staff supervision, in municipal and state agencies and departments.
11.920 Planning in Practice
Familiarizes students with the practice of planning, by requiring actual experience in professional internship placements. Enables students to both apply what they are learning in their classes in an actual professional setting and to reflect, using a variety of platforms, on the learning -- personal and professional -- growing out of their internship experience. Through readings, practical experience and reflection, empirical observation, and contact with practitioners, students gain deeper general understanding of the practice of the profession.
11.960 Independent Study: Real Estate
Opportunity for independent study under regular supervision by a faculty member.
11.961 Independent Study: Real Estate
Opportunity for independent study under regular supervision by a faculty member.
11.962 Fieldwork: Real Estate
Practical application of real estate techniques in the field.
11.963 Independent Study: Real Estate
Opportunity for independent study under regular supervision by a faculty member.
11.964 Independent Study: Real Estate
Opportunity for independent study under regular supervision by a faculty member.
11.S188 Special Subject: Urban Studies and Planning
For undergraduates wishing to pursue further study or fieldwork in specialized areas of urban studies or city and regional planning not covered in regular subjects of instruction.
11.S950 Special Seminar in Urban Studies and Planning
11.S952 Special Seminar: Urban Studies and Planning
11.S950-11.S957 Special Seminar: Urban Studies and Planning
For graduate students wishing to pursue further study in advanced areas of urban studies and city and regional planning not covered in regular subjects of instruction
11.THG Graduate Thesis
Program of research and writing of thesis; to be arranged by the student with supervising committee.
11.THU Undergraduate Thesis
Program of research leading to the writing of an SB thesis. To be arranged by the student under approved supervision.
11.UR Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate research opportunities in Urban Studies and Planning. For further information, consult the Departmental Coordinators.
11.URG Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate research opportunities in Urban Studies and Planning. For further information, consult the Departmental Coordinators.