Graduate students may pursue work leading to any of the following master’s degrees: Master of Science (SM), Master of Engineering (MEng), Master of Architecture (MArch), Master in City Planning (MCP), Master of Business Administration (MBA), and Master of Finance (MFin).
Each graduate program is described in individual department or program statements on graduate education in the MIT Bulletin. These statements should be consulted for more specific information. Degrees are awarded by the MIT Corporation upon faculty recommendation. Favorable faculty action is contingent upon approval by the Committee on Graduate Programs of recommendations from the appropriate departmental graduate committee.
MASTER OF SCIENCE
Expectations and requirements for the Master of Science
MASTER OF ENGINEERING
Expectations and requirements for the Master of Engineering
MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE
Expectations and requirements for the Master of Architecture
MASTER IN CITY PLANNING
Expectations and requirements for the Master of City Planning
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Expectations and requirements for the Master of Business Administration
MASTER OF FINANCE
Expectations and requirements for the Master of Finance
SIMULTANEOUS REGISTRATION FOR TWO MASTER’S DEGREES
Information for graduate students seeking recognition in two professional fields.
SIMULTANEOUS AWARD OF BACHELOR’S AND MASTER’S DEGREES
Information for students concurrently pursuing both a bachelor’s and master’s degree
Information for students wishing to pursue a more advanced and broader degree than the regular Master’s program