Engineering innovation has evolved over the years to not only dive deeply into specific fields, but also to seek out solutions to real-world problems by combining concepts from a broad range of scientific inquiries and innovations. The Engineering Sciences concentration is ideally positioned to provide students with both the breadth and depth of study needed to excel in integrative areas of engineering within the liberal arts setting of Harvard. Harvard offers two degrees in Engineering Sciences: the Bachelor of Arts (AB) and the Bachelor of Science (SB). Students in these programs select a specialization in a particular engineering area through their Track in the concentration requirements.
The MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences program is a joint degree program between Harvard Business School and the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences through the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. The program prepares future tech innovators and entrepreneurs with an advanced blend of engineering proficiency, design vision and managerial leadership that typically takes many years to develop on the job.