MITx

More than 15 million learners have taken advantage of free online courses from MIT and other leading universities through the edX platform. For a small fee, participants may also receive a verified certificate confirming their completion of the course.

MITx courses on edX embody the inventiveness, openness, rigor and quality that are hallmarks of MIT, and many use materials developed for MIT residential courses in the Institute's five schools and 33 academic disciplines. Review the full list of MITx courses.

MITx offerings from the School of Architecture and Planning include:

Just Money: Banking as if Society Mattered

Learn how banks can use capital as a tool to promote social and environmental wellbeing.
SA+P Lecturer: J. Phillip Thompson
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Entrepreneurial Land Redevelopment Approach: Land Readjustment

Explore land readjustment as an alternative to conventional approaches of assembling land for urbanization.
SA+P Lecturer: Yu Hung Hing
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A Global History of Architecture

Learn about humanity’s rich architectural history on this journey around the globe – from 100,000 BCE to ca. 1,600 CE.
SA+P Lecturer: Mark Jarzombek
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u.lab: Leading Change in Times of Disruption

Learn how to lead change in social systems by exploring two root questions of creativity: Who is my Self? What is my Work?
SA+P Lecturer: Dayna Cunningham (co-instructor)
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Socially-Responsible Real Estate Development

Explore socially responsible real estate development, including the role of impact assessment and public consultation.
SA+P Lecturer: Larry Susskind
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