Our Offerings

The courses offered at Harvard Kennedy School provide an enriching curricular experience, and are organized around our seven academic areas. They include core courses that are required for earning a degree, along with electives, modules and January-term options to cater to different interests and schedules.

While classroom learning is integral to an HKS education, it is elevated by the many extra-curricular activities and programs, including lectures, seminars, brown bags, conferences and experiential learning, on- and off-campus.

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Course Number

Course Title

Instructors

API-905Y Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
Martin WeitzmanInstructor
DEV-375 The Informal Economy: Is Formalization the Answer?
DPI-535 Making Change When Change is Hard: the Law, Politics, and Policy of Social Change
IGA-565 Analytical Methods and Applications for Complex Sociotechnical Systems
MLD-377 Organizing: People, Power, Change
MLD-411M Introduction to Budgeting and Financial Management
MLD-412 Greater Boston Applied Field Lab: Advanced Budgeting, Financial Management and Operations
MLD-427 Managing Financial Resources in Non Profit Organizations
MLD-501M Conflict and Collaboration: Intra- and Inter-group Dynamics
MLD-602 Performance Leadership: Producing Results in Public and Nonprofit Agencies
MLD-621 Innovation Field Lab: Public Problem Solving in Massachusetts Cities
SUP-211 Institutional & Community-Based Strategies to Support Children & Strengthen Families
SUP-470 Strategies and Policies for Educational Excellence with Equity
SUP-600 Policymaking in Urban Settings
SUP-601 Urban Politics, Planning, and Development
SUP-651 Transportation Policy and Planning
SUP-662 Housing and Urbanization in Global Cities
SUP-663 Land Use and Environmental Law
SUP-666 Affordable and Mixed-Income Housing Development, Finance, and Management
SUP-668 Public and Private Development