The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University has an application deadline of December 15. The application fee is $105 for U.S. residents and $105 for international students. Its tuition is full-time: $40,416 per year. The 2014 Ph.D. student-faculty ratio is 5.1:1. The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University has 74 full-time faculty on staff.
Engineering students at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences can complete their study in four broad areas: Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Computer Science, or Engineering Sciences. There are no specific academic departments at SEAS, and faculty research and teach across multiple disciplines. Students can earn a master’s degree in either science or engineering, or can work, tuition free, toward a Ph.D. Students only need to complete half of their degree credits in SEAS, and can cross-register in courses at other Harvard schools, including the highly ranked Medical School, Law School, and Business School.