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Round I ? Sloan Only bidding has opened

Spring 2019

MIT Sloan Course Bidding

 

Bidding will open on December 3 at 12 noon EST

 

Visit the Sloan Schedule and Course Browser and choose Spring 2019 to view offerings, posted syllabi and download an excel schedule.

 

See Course Information Resources for a list of courses that closed in Spring 2018 bidding as well as links to the Spring 2019 Course Notes Document, MBA Leadership Elective Requirements and other helpful planning materials.

 

To view a copy of your current academic record, please see WebSIS.

See Degree Planning Tools to access audit worksheets by program, track and certificate.

 

MIT Undergraduates:? Please see information on the Sloan Undergraduate homepage (http://mitsloan.mit.edu/undergrad/) regarding registering for Spring 2019 Course 15 classes.

 



Round IA is open to MBA 19s, LGO 19s, MFin, MSMS, Sloan Fellows, MBAn, and Sloan Ugrad 19s

Opens December 3 at 12 noon

Closes December 6 at 12 noon

 

Round IB is open to MBA 20s, LGO 20s, Visiting Fellows, SDM/IDM, PhD, Sloan Ugrad 20s, 21s, 22s

Opens December 10 at 12 noon

Closes December 13 at 12 noon

 

Round II is open Institute-wide

Opens December 17 at 12 noon

Closes December 20 at 12 noon

 

Add/Drop Round is open Institute-wide

Opens December 21 at 10AM

Closes December 28 at 12 noon

 

Waitlist Round is open Institute-wide

Opens December 28 at 12 noon

Closes January 4 at 12 noon



IAP Course Notes

Students interested in adding IAP electives can pre-register via WebSIS after December 1. For-credit offerings are listed on the MIT Course Catalog. Non-credit activities are available here.

 

15.339 Developing Leadership Capabilities

Dates:? January 7-9 (Section A), January 22-24 (Section B), or January 28-30 (Section C)

Level: H 6?? Units:? 2-0-4

 

This course focuses on the key leadership capabilities needed in today?s increasingly decentralized organizations: sensemaking, relating, visioning, and inventing. Through conceptual discussions, small group exercises, and self-reflection, the course helps students identify and understand their leadership capabilities, articulate their values and aspirations, and practice developing leadership skills in interaction with class members.

?  This course meets the MBA leadership elective requirement.

?  This is a permission-only course with a departmental application process. Do not pre-register on WebSIS.

?  Apply online by December 14th, 2018 at https://tinyurl.com/IAPleadership

?  Limited to 45 participants per section, no listeners. As space is limited, please complete this form as soon as possible.

 

Schedule:

?  Section A: Monday January 7 & Tuesday January 8: 8:30am?6pm (in E62-233); Wednesday January 9: 8:30am?3:30pm (in 56-154).

?  Section B: Tuesday January 22: 8:30am?6pm (in E62-233); Wednesday January 23: 8:30am?6pm (in 4-149); Thursday January 24: 8:30am?3:30pm (in 4-149).

?  Section C: Monday January 28 & Tuesday January 29: 8:30am?6pm (in E62-233); Wednesday January 30: 8:30am?3:30 pm (in E62-233).

 

15.672/15.6721 and 15.673/15.6731 ? Negotiation Analysis

?       Enrollment by lottery, complete the application at http://negotiation.mit.edu/

 

15.S63: Shakespeare, Speeches and Leadership: Telling your Leadership Story

Email Ryan Harrington (ryanharr@mit.edu). Include your full name, program, graduation year, MIT ID and answer the following:

?       What are your objectives in taking the 2.5 day workshop?

?       What are your concerns about taking the course?

?       Are you able to commit to the full 2.5 day sessions?

?       Will you complete the pre-work for the course and the homework requirements for this workshop?


 

Note to EMBAs: Please access https://embabid.mit.edu if you are bidding on EMBA January Electives, Sloanbid is for Fall/Spring course bidding only.