This course is a standard part of any Harvard Case Study Solution course. If you are in the process of planning your online education, it is helpful to know that this type of program makes teaching an online course easier and less expensive.
This course is in the General Education Units (GE) and so does not count against the student’s two credits of General Education (GE) coursework. Some students do opt to take more than one course as part of their requirement to complete their degree.
Students who complete the course in this way will count as successfully completing the GE requirements and thus do not have to repeat the GE coursework. Because it is a GE course, the student is permitted to count it towards both their general education and credit toward their degree. The GE course itself will count as part of the student’s GE credit.
Students enrolled in this course can receive credits for working towards their degree from Harvard’s GE, the GRE General Test, or through other programs. While there is no credit by examination or advanced placement exam, this course does count towards the requirement to earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses taken in the Department of Mathematical Sciences (DMS).
This course is considered part of the University of Cambridge EDU program. These courses help prepare students for their requirement to obtain an Honors Degree in the Department of Mathematics (DM) and should be listed on their Harvard application.
This course is taken by students who want to receive credit for one of their existing courses taken at Harvard and in the DM. These courses are selected from the courses in the University of Cambridge EDU program. A student must have taken at least one course from this department to be eligible for credit.
This course counts towards your Harvard transcript and is in the General Education Units (GE) category. It is also included in the Mathematical Sciences (MS) major requirements and thus is an option for students in this major. This course can count towards either the general education requirement or the mathematics requirement.
This course is intended for a student with extensive experience with some mathematical concepts, but who may be quite new to the methods of statistics. For students who do not have substantial experience with statistics, this course provides an introduction to the concepts students will need to learn in order to be able to do well in the statistical analyses they will need to perform in the coursework they must do to obtain their degrees.
This course is part of the GE and is considered part of the Mathematics Department course requirement and therefore should be listed on your application. It is an advanced course that provides instruction in the statistical analysis of quantitative data and may be the foundation for the students’ statistical calculations in future courses. The course gives students a deeper understanding of statistical reasoning and learning.
This course is a stand-alone course that can be taken as a stand-alone course or incorporated into a curriculum that already has statistics in it. The course is in the General Education Units (GE) category and thus counts towards one of the General Education (GE) credits for the student. This course can count towards either the general education requirement or the mathematics requirement.
In short, this course is in the General Education Units (GE) category. It is a case study analysis GE CUNY EDU course.