On the course catalog page, select a course, and click on the Enroll Now button. This button will redirect users to a different MIT site, where you can complete the application and/or complete the payment process.
Prices vary per course/program. To find out the cost, click on the course you are interested in and find the price in the expanded view of the card. You can also find information about pricing by clicking on the “Learn More” button in the expanded view at the bottom.
If you have a question about a specific course or program, first identify which MIT department the course or program belongs to. You can find this information once you expand the course card, in the second column. Then, navigate to the Contact Us page - here you will find a list of all the departments, as well as a support email, where you can direct your question.
On the course catalog page, select a course or program, and then click the “More Info” button.
Click on a course you are interested in and carefully review the description, topic, and time commitment; for more information on a course, click on the “More Info” button.
Courses on the Professional & Executive Learning site are taught by MIT faculty, as well as industry professionals who have made significant contributions to their fields of expertise. For more information on faculty and instructors, click on the “More Info” button.
Professionals from across the globe, with diverse backgrounds and skills, participate in these courses. Each course or program page will highlight who should enroll in that specific course or program.
Learners that complete the course in full will receive a certificate.
Yes, there are some discounts for group purchases. Learn more about group enrollments.
No, currently we do not offer financial aid. However, individual departments may offer discounts. Please contact them directly.
Due to a change in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) policies, our programs are no longer eligible for reimbursement under the Post 9/11 GI Bill. The VA requires all eligible programs to provide a grade upon completion, which our programs do not.
Online - learn anytime, anywhere, and complete courses at your pace. Lectures and content are pre-recorded to consume on-demand. There are still registration/enrollment deadlines, and some assignments need to be completed by a certain deadline.
Live Online/Live Virtual: participate and complete your professional course/program live and in real-time. Learn from faculty, network with other learners, and utilize collaborative tools in real-time. Courses are at scheduled times.
In-person: Attend an in-person professional course/program at MIT, or at other locations. With the current COVID-19 outbreak, all in-person courses/programs have been moved to Live Online/Live Virtual until further notice.
Blended: Start your course/program online, and finish it in-person.
Currently, credits are not offered - learners that complete a course in full will receive a certificate and, depending on the course, Continuing Education Units, or Executive Education Units.
In the top right of a “course card”, check the box. You may compare up to four courses at a time; once you have selected courses to compare, on the left-hand side of the site, click “compare.”
Once you have selected a course, click on the heart icon located on the bottom right of the course card. Then, click on “Favorites” on the left-hand side of the site, to find the complete list of all courses you “favorited”.
Unless otherwise noted, the courses are in English.