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Harvard University

Civil engineering
May 2018

1 Introduction
Your life at Harvard is tightly connected: your academic life in classrooms,
studios and laboratories, your life as a resident in a freshman dormitory or as a
member of a House community, and your involvement in informal or organized
extracurricular activities. All of these experiences should work in connection,
one informing another. I want to urge you to make full use of the opportunities
and resources that are available to you during your short time at the College.
Look through the catalog for courses that interest and excite you. For example,
if you are a science concentrator, think about taking an elective course in art or
music or pursuing a secondary field within the humanities.

2 Mision
The mission of Harvard College is to educate the citizens and citizen-leaders for
our society. We do this through our commitment to the transformative power
of a liberal arts and sciences education.
Beginning in the classroom with exposure to new ideas, new ways of under-
standing, and new ways of knowing, students embark on a journey of intellectual
transformation. Through a diverse living environment, where students live with
people who are studying different topics, who come from different walks of life
and have evolving identities, intellectual transformation is deepened and con-
ditions for social transformation are created. From this we hope that students
will begin to fashion their lives by gaining a sense of what they want to do with
their gifts and talents, assessing their values and interests, and learning how
they can best serve the world.

3 Vision
Harvard College will set the standard for residential liberal arts and sciences
education in the twenty-first century. We are committed to creating and sus-
taining the conditions that enable all Harvard College students to experience an
unparalleled educational journey that is intellectually, socially, and personally
transformative.

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4 Plan de estudios
Primarily for Undergraduates
Ciclo 1st
6903 CComputer Science 1. Great Ideas in Computer Science
31335 Computer Science 2. Digital Platforms
22235 Computer Science 20. Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
43861 Computer Science 50 (SAT/UNS). Introduction to Computer Science I
4949 Computer Science 50 (Letter Grade). Introduction to Computer Science
Ciclo 2th
3411 Computer Science 51. Introduction to Computer Science II
3461 Computer Science 61. Systems Programming and Machine Organization
37293 Computer Science 90na The Internet: Governance and Power
361 Computer Science 91r. Supervised Reading and Research
Ciclo 2th
3411 Computer Science 51. Introduction to Computer Science II
3461 Computer Science 61. Systems Programming and Machine Organization
37293 Computer Science 90na The Internet: Governance and Power
361 Computer Science 91r. Supervised Reading and Research
Cicl3 3th
7499 Computer Science 96. System Design Projects
For Undergraduates and Graduates
Ciclo 4sth
9751 Computer Science 105. Privacy and Technology
70866 Computer Science 109. Data Science Computer Science 109. Data Science
669 Computer Science 121. Introduction to the Theory of Computation
5207 Computer Science 124. Data Structures and Algorithms
Ciclo 5th
35335 Computer Science 125. Algorithms and Complexity - (New Course)
23635 Computer Science 127. Introduction to Cryptography
4357 Computer Science 141. Computing Hardware
6401 Computer Science 143. Computer Networks
Ciclo 6th
5415 Computer Science 144r. Networks Design Projects
99684 Computer Science 146. Computer Architecture
1772 Computer Science 148. Design of VLSI Circuits and Systems
6841 Computer Science 152. Programming Languages
Ciclo 7th
2842 Computer Science 153. Compilers
4347 Computer Science 161. Operating Systems
7295 Computer Science 164. Software Engineering
560 Computer Science 165. Data Systems
Ciclo 8th
3771 Computer Science 175. Computer Graphics
4052 Computer Science 179. Design of Usable Interactive Systems
6454 Computer Science 181. Machine Learning
134 Computer Science 182. Intelligent
2 Machines: Reasoning, Actions, and Plans
87282 Computer Science 186. Economics and Computation
249 Computer Science 187. Computational Linguistics