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Distance Education: Online
Courses at Harvard
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more than 200 Har...
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Degree Programs and Certificates
Choose a degree or certificate
Undergraduate degrees
Associate degree
Bachelor’s degree...
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Harvard Extension School courses are
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Tuition and fees
Registrat...
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MGMT E-5000 Strategic
Management
To succeed in the future, managers must develop the resources and
capabilities needed t...
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Fall term 2013, Section 1 (13760)
Margaret C. Andrews, MS, Associate Dean for Management Programs,
Division of Continuin...
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Fall term 2013, Section 3 (13350)
Mohsin Habib, PhD, Associate Professor of
Management, University of Massachusetts, Bos...
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University Online Courses
If you want to take one or a few courses without completing the
entire degree or certificate p...
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Advanced Information Technology
Asian Religions and Healing
Clinical Investigation
Database...
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Non-Credit Professional Certificates
Financial Planning
Fundraising
Genealogical Research
Management Accounting - CMA
Pa...
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Register For An Online Course
Prospective Students
If you haven’t yet applied for the Boston University Online course or...
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Master of Science in
Computer Information
Systems (MSCIS)
Overview
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Online Education

  1. 1. Harvard University Boston University
  2. 2. Distance Education: Online Courses at Harvard Take a Harvard course from anywhere in the world. We offer more than 200 Harvard online classes, available in three formats, in the fall and spring semesters. Harvard University
  3. 3.  Degree Programs and Certificates Choose a degree or certificate Undergraduate degrees Associate degree Bachelor’s degree Master’s degrees Biotechnology Information technology Journalism Liberal arts (biology, government, psychology, and more) Management Mathematics for teaching Museum studies Sustainability and environmental management Professional certificates (No application is required for our professional certificates. You pursue focused study in just five courses. ) Nanotechnology Religious studies and education Software engineering Strategic management Sustainability Web technologies Health Careers Program
  4. 4.  Registration Harvard Extension School courses are open to the public—no application required. Tuition and fees Registration requires full payment of tuition (listed in course descriptions) and a nonrefundable $50 registration fee each term. Learn more about tuition and payment.
  5. 5.  MGMT E-5000 Strategic Management To succeed in the future, managers must develop the resources and capabilities needed to gain and sustain advantage in competitive markets both traditional and emerging. The way in which organizations attempt to develop such competitive advantage constitutes the essence of their strategy. This course introduces the concept of strategic management through case analyses, and considers the basic direction and goals of an organization, the environment (social, political, technological, economic, and global factors), industry and market structure, and organizational strengths and weaknesses. The emphasis is on the development and successful implementation of strategy in different types of firms across industries.
  6. 6.  Fall term 2013, Section 1 (13760) Margaret C. Andrews, MS, Associate Dean for Management Programs, Division of Continuing Education, Harvard University. Dayna J. Catropa, EdM, Associate Director, Research and Marketing Programs, Division of Continuing Education, Harvard University. Class times: Tuesdays beginning Sept. 3, 5:30-7:30 pm. Course tuition: graduate credit $2,000. Limited enrollment. Course taught via live web conference using Blackboard Collaborate. Fall term 2013, Section 2 (13351) Joseph W. Chevarley, MPA, Lecturer on Management, Northeastern University. G. Timothy Bowman, MBA, Executive Dean for Administration, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University. Class times: Thursdays on campus with online option available beginning Sept. 5, 5:30-7:30 pm; on campus Saturday, Sept. 28, 9 am-5 pm and Sunday, Sept. 29, 9 am-4 pm. Optional sections to be arranged. Course tuition: graduate credit $2,050. Limited enrollment.
  7. 7.  Fall term 2013, Section 3 (13350) Mohsin Habib, PhD, Associate Professor of Management, University of Massachusetts, Boston. Class times: Wednesdays beginning Sept. 4, 7:40-9:40 pm. Course tuition: graduate credit $2,000. Limited enrollment. January session 2014 (23354) Mohsin Habib, PhD, Associate Professor of Management, University of Massachusetts, Boston. Class times: 1-4 pm, beginning Monday, Jan. 6. Week 1: M, T, W, Th. Week 2: M, T, W, Th. Week 3: T, W, Th. Course tuition: graduate credit $2,000. Limited enrollment. Admission to this section is based on a B or higher grade in EXPO E-34 from spring 2013 or earlier, or on a satisfactory score on the mandatory test of critical reading and writing skills taken by Dec. 8, 2013.
  8. 8.  University Online Courses If you want to take one or a few courses without completing the entire degree or certificate program, you must first apply to the program. Once accepted, you can register for as many courses within your program as you wish. Be sure to check the Boston University Online Course Schedule to find out when courses are offered. If you haven't done so already, you may want visit our Prospective Students page to read about What to Expect when you take an online course at Boston University.
  9. 9.  Online Graduate Certificates Advanced Information Technology Asian Religions and Healing Clinical Investigation Database Management & Business Intelligence Entrepreneurship Financial Markets & Institutions Health Informatics Information Security Information Technology Information Technology Project Management Instructional Technology International Marketing Physical Education, Health Education, and Coaching Project Management Risk Management & Organizational Continuity Web Application Development Boston University Online certificate programs
  10. 10.  Non-Credit Professional Certificates Financial Planning Fundraising Genealogical Research Management Accounting - CMA Paralegal Studies Professional Investigation Retirement Management
  11. 11.  Register For An Online Course Prospective Students If you haven’t yet applied for the Boston University Online course or program you’re interested in, then it’s not quite time to register. Please complete the appropriate application form on the Apply page. Current Students If you have applied—and been notified of your acceptance—please follow the instructions below: All students: Visit the Boston University Online Course Schedule to view current and upcoming courses. For registration deadlines and additional calendar information, please see Important Dates. Students enrolled in an online degree or certificate program: If you are a degree- or certificate-seeking student at Boston University Online, you can register using the online Student Link . You’ll need your Kerberos password, so be sure you have it ready. Students taking an individual summer course without enrolling in an online degree or certificate program: Please contact Summer Term at summer@bu.edu or visit the Boston University Summer Term website .
  12. 12.  Master of Science in Computer Information Systems (MSCIS) Overview Designed for students who wish to increase their understanding of information technology and prepare for CISSP® and PMP® industry certifications, the online Graduate Certificate in Advanced Information Technology builds upon topics covered in the Graduate Certificate of Information Technology program, also available online. The four-course curriculum explores how to develop web applications based on databases, expanding the understanding of databases to include all database technologies common in business. Students learn how to define, design, and manage IT projects, while developing a solid grasp of increasingly important areas of network and system security. Those who complete both the Certificate in Information Technology and the Certificate in Advanced Information Technology will have satisfied all but two of the courses required to complete the online Master of Science in Computer Information Systems. Getting Started: Please complete this form to receive more information about your program of interest, application deadlines, as well as opportunities to attend online information sessions (webinars).

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