The FAS Courses of Instruction publication has been replaced by the new my. harvard Course Search. The Course Search allows users to explore Harvard's rich assortment of courses and seminars through modern search and filter techniques. Among the features:. Search within course titles, long descriptions, course notes, instructor names, meeting patterns, etc. Familiar search filtering and sorting features allowing user-friendly navigation.
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Lawrence F. Katz, Elisabeth Allison Professor of Economics (on leave spring. General Education. General Education · Aesthetic and Interpretive. The FAS Courses of Instruction publication has been replaced by the new my. harvard Course Search. The Course Search allows users to explore Harvard's rich. Previous Courses of Instruction. 2014- 2015 Courses of Instruction · 2013-2014. Joshua William Buckholtz, Assistant Professor of Psychology (on leave spring.
Timothy J. Colton, Morris and Anna Feldberg Professor of Government and. David M. Brooks, Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science (on leave. Emmanuel K. Akyeampong, Professor of History and of African and African. Courses & Exams · FAS Courses Courses of Instruction Copyright © 2012 The President & Fellows of Harvard College Privacy Statement Contact Us.
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