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Taught by Anant Agarwal, with Gerald Sussman and Piotr Mitros, 6.002x (Circuits and Electronics) is an on-line adaption of 6.002, MIT’s first undergraduate analog design course. This prototype course will run, free of charge, for students worldwide from March 5, 2012 through June 8, 2012. Students will be given the opportunity to demonstrate their mastery of the material and earn a certificate from MITx.
As of 2011, twenty-four MIT alumni have won the Nobel Prize, forty-four have been selected as Rhodes Scholars, and fifty-five have been selected as Marshall Scholars
MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity.
In order to succeed in this course, you must have taken an AP level physics course in electricity and magnetism. \
If you are interested in taking 6.002x, you'll find materials on the OCW site that can help you prepare. Prerequisite courses for 6.002 when taught on the MIT campus are 18.03 Differential Equations and either 8.02 Electricity and Magnetism or 6.01 Introduction to Electrical Engineering and Computer Science I. Listed below are links to OCW publications of materials from these courses, including links to 6.01 and our unique OCW Scholar versions 18.03SC and 8.02SC, which are designed specifically for independent online study. You'll also find links to materials from courses that build on the knowledge developed in 6.002 and provide opportunities for further study. Please note that no certificates or recognition of study are available for OCW or OCW Scholar courses.