Program in General Education
- The Program in General Education seeks to connect in an explicit way what students learn in Harvard classrooms to life outside the ivied walls and beyond the college years.
- Students choose one course from each of eight areas: Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding, Culture and Belief, Empirical Reasoning, Ethical Reasoning, Science of Living Systems, Science of the Physical Universe, Societies of the World, and The U. S. in the World. These courses comprise about a quarter of a studentís academic program.
- Students currently have 331 courses from which to choose. Learn more about the Program in General Education here.
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