Computer Science will allow Spring 2020 courses taken Pass/Fail to count for CS concentration and CS secondary requirements. For more information, see this page.
To declare a CS concentration, please see this page. We highly recommend you read our FAQ and perhaps reach out to one of our peer concentration advisors. You should also consider joining the Harvard CS Undergraduate Piazza board.
This website contains information relevant to current Harvard College students that are studying computer science as a primary, secondary, or joint concentration, or are interested in doing so. It is maintained by the Harvard CS Directors of Undergraduate Studies (DUSs) Boaz Barak and Stephen Chong. You can always reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following websites contain more information about Harvard, Computer Science, and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences: The Computer Science Area website contains information about research areas, faculty, and administration in computer science at Harvard. The Harvard admissions website contains information about applying to study at Harvard. Information for prospective undergrads interested in the School Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) can be found here.
Frequently Asked Questions on concentrating in Computer Science at Harvard.
Concentration Information, including requirements, how to declare, and combining with CS with other areas.
Research Opportunities, including more info about a Senior Thesis in CS, and CS91r (Supervised Reading and Research).
How to Get Involved in the Harvard CS community.
Additional Resources for CS concentrators and pre-concentrators, including course listings and links to useful guides, forums, and mailing lists.
Forms for your Plan of Study, CS91r, and requesting a specific CS concentration advisor.