Harvard students can cross register for courses at MIT. The following pages can be useful in how to do so:
This MIT page with instructions for Harvard students Fall 2020: please note that due to remote instruction, when Harvard students cross-register they will receive an email with their MIT ID number. They won’t actually need a physical MIT ID card.
You should also talk to your resident dean to make sure the process goes smoothly.
Some MIT courses can count towards the Computer Science concentration. This table lists some of these courses. If you want to use a course listed on the above table for concentration credit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your updated plan of study and submit the ‘Concentration Credit for Cross Registered course’ form available here to the registrar’s office. This form is due by the 5th Monday of the term you take the course or the 5th Monday of the semester following the semester you declare your concentration.
If you want to petition for counting a course that is not listed in the table, email email@example.com with the syllabus of the course, any other information, and what requirement would you like it to count for (e.g., elective, breadth, theory, math, etc.). Please leave up to two weeks for the DUS team to make a decision in consultation with our colleagues. If the petition is approved then you should submit an updated plan of study and the form above.
The grades for cross registered courses are included in the transcript and if they are used for concentration credit then they are used in calculating the concentration GPA as well. More information on the grading policy of cross-registered courses is available in the Handbook.