Harvard University is well noted as an institution for research and scholarly pursuits. The school also happens to be the oldest institution of higher education in the United States dating to 1636, when by a vote of the Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, it was established. Today, Harvard includes 12 professional Schools, the Harvard Radcliffe Institute, along with a college division that offers continuing education opportunities through certificates and courses.
While many degree programs are offered at the school’s physical campus, students can pursue distance education opportunities. Harvard Extension School opens its doors to a diverse student body and enrolls millions of learners from around the world through its online learning platform.
- Enroll in an online course that fits your schedule
- Complete an online professional development certificate
- Educators can pursue an online education degree
Online studies provide an ideal platform to network with others and grow your career!
Accreditation & Licensing
Harvard University is accredited by:
New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE)