Harvard University Extension School
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The Harvard University Extension School (Harvard Extension School, HES) is one of the 12 degree-granting schools of Harvard University, US. Founded in 1910, it offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes in 15 liberal arts and eight professional fields. With more than 600 courses across 65 subjects, students may attend face-to-face classes on campus or choose from more than 100 courses online (including Harvard College lectures). Evening, online, and part-time courses are available.
The Harvard Extension School boasts a student population of nearly 13,000 each year, from over 100 countries. Most students have degrees already; the average age is 33. Among the student body are thousands of Harvard staff members eligible for a 'Tuition Assistance Plan' of the university. On average, individual Harvard Extension School courses costs range from USD$800 to USD$1,975 apiece.
The Harvard Extension School is part of the Harvard Division of Continuing Education, which itself is part of the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
The Harvard Extension School web site is at http://www.extension.harvard.edu/
Harvard University is a private university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, US, and a member of the Ivy League. Founded in 1636, Harvard is the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. It is also the first and oldest corporation in North America.