MIT has launched a two-year pilot for a multi-departmental exchange with Imperial College London, in an effort to fill the gap left by the termination of the Cambridge-MIT Exchange (CME) in 2017.
The proposal is to create a “six-plus-six” unit computational thinking module. The first six-unit class would provide an introduction to computational thinking, while the second six-unit class would be a department-specific follow-on.
“There is a clear dissonance between the advertised expectations of the course and the reality of the course,” Kelvin Green II ’21 and Mimi Wahid ’21, two students in the class, wrote in a document sent to their classmates.
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