Happy day-after-April Fools Day!
Since our previous “new courses” post in early January, OCW has published 20 more courses. Covering topics in STEM, humanities and social sciences fields, and ranging from introductory undergraduate to advanced graduate levels, these courses reflect the scope and depth of learning at MIT.
Eight courses are new subjects on OCW, while the other twelve are updates to previously published courses. Five courses have substantial video or audio lecture content, and two include an online textbook.
- 2.087 Engineering Math: Differential Equations and Linear Algebra [with video lectures]
- 4.906 The Art Museum: History, Theory, Controversy
- 8.421 Atomic and Optical Physics I [with video lectures]
- 11.S945 Urbanizing China: A Reflective Dialogue
- 15.879 Research Seminar in System Dynamics
- 21W.022.03 Writing and Experience: Reading and Writing Autobiography
- 22.15 Essential Numerical Methods [with online textbook]
- CMS.361 Networked Social Movements: Media & Mobilization
- 2.080J Structural Mechanics [with online textbook]
- 2.71 Optics
- 2.737 Mechatronics
- 6.231 Dynamic Programming and Stochastic Control [added selected video lectures]
- 7.91J Foundations of Computational and Systems Biology [with lecture videos]
- 9.14 Brain Structure and Its Origins [with audio lectures]
- 12.001 Introduction to Geology
- 15.136J Principles and Practice of Drug Development
- 15.665 Power and Negotiation
- 18.314 Combinatorial Analysis
- 21A.302J Dilemmas in Bio-Medical Ethics: Playing God or Doing Good?
- 21F.730 Hispanic America: One Hundred Years of Literature and Film