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23 November 2005

"Harvard for Less"

This recent article in the New York Times talks about the growing number of traditional college-aged students pursuing degrees through continuing education programs, including the Harvard Extension School. This year, for the first time some of the Gov Department methods courses are being offered through DCE. I can't speak for the rest of the university, but at least in our little corner of it, there is no difference between the distance and traditional versions of the course that I TF (Gov 2000). In the spring term, Gov 2001 (Advanced Quantitative Research Methodology) will be offered through DCE as well.

Posted by Mike Kellermann at November 23, 2005 5:00 AM