Courses offered: The fields of concentration and offering institute are as follows.
1. Nondepartmental Degree Programs:
- Chemical and Physical Biology
- Environmental Science and Public Policy
- Folklore and Mythology
- History and Literature
- Study of Religion
- Social Studies
- Special Concentrations
- Studies of Women
2. Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS)
- Degree Programs
3. School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS)
- Undergraduate Degree Programs
- Graduate Degree Programs
4. Division of Continuing Education (DCE)
5. Academic Courses: Over 3,000 courses are offered by over 1,000 faculty members within the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Admission test: Applicants should complete the following tests.
a) The SAT Reasoning Test or the ACT Test with Writing
b) Two SAT Subject Tests.
Please note: You should not submit two Subject Tests in mathematics to meet this requirement. Similarly, if your first language is not English, you should not use a Subject Test in your first language.
- Common/Universal College Application
- Harvard College Questions and Writing Supplement for the Common Application
- $75 fee or a fee waiver
- SAT or ACT with Writing
- 2 SAT Subject Tests
- School Report and high school transcript
- Teacher Report (2)
- Mid-Year School Report
- Final School Report
Selection procedure: A candidate will be selected based on four major aspects, like:
- Growth and potential
- Interests and activities
- Character and personality
- Contribution to the Harvard community
Important dates and links:
- Application Deadline: November 1 (Early Action), January 1 (Regular Decision)
- For more details on 'How to apply?' and more, kindly go through the Harvard University Admission Brochure.
Admissions Visitor Center
5 James Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Harvard College Admissions cell: 617-495-1551
Official Website: https://college.harvard.edu/