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In this section we have provided a collection of mathematics courses and resources from across MIT. Some are materials that were used to teach MIT undergraduates, while others were designed specifically for high school students.

Calculus is the introductory math course at MIT. Freshmen arriving for their first year are expected to have already taken calculus. Highlights for High School offers many calculus resources, listed below, as well as some additional math courses appropriate for high school students.

Learn more about the MIT Mathematics Department.


Exam Prep

We have selected relevant material from MIT's introductory courses to support students as they study and educators as they teach the Advanced Placement Calculus curriculum. This section is organized by the topics that you’ll see on the AP* Calculus Exam.

* AP is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.

Calculus Exam Prep


Introductory MIT Courses

The following courses and resources have been selected to help you explore mathematics at MIT. 

The first two courses listed below, Single Variable Calculus (18.01SC) and Multivariable Calculus (18.02SC) are in our OCW Scholar format. OCW Scholar courses are designed for study at your own pace. They contain substantially more material than typical OCW courses, blending new content with exiting material used in MIT classes.

Learn more about OCW Scholar.

Calculus Resources

Additional Mathematics Resources


High School Courses Developed by MIT Students

These courses were offered through the High School Studies Program (HSSP), a project of the MIT Educational Studies Program. HSSP offers non-credit enrichment courses to 7th-12th grade students on weekends at MIT.