Harvard University

Cambridge, MA

Engineering School

The Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers four broad areas of study: applied mathematics, applied physics, computer science and engineering sciences. The school offers students the chance to earn a master’s degree in either science or engineering, and they can also work tuition-free toward a Ph.D. Students also can cross-register for courses in Harvard’s medical school, law school and business school. There are also 10 research centers on campus, including the Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering and the Center for Nanoscale Systems.

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Quick Facts

29 Oxford Street, Room 217A, Pierce Hall
Cambridge, MA 02138


439 students


Application deadline (U.S. residents): December 15
Application deadline (international students): December 15
Application fee (U.S. residents): $105
Application fee (international students): $105

Tuition & Fees

Tuition: full-time: $40,416 per year
Required fees (full-time): $3,358 per year

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Computer Engineering
Environmental/Environmental Health

School Details

Full-time faculty (tenured or tenure-track): 74
Ph.D. student/faculty ratio: 5.1:1
Total graduate engineering enrollment: 439
Gender distribution (full-time): 

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