The Harris School of Public Policy is pleased to announce that our summer programs have transformed into dynamic, virtual programs, offering students the same academic experience with the same faculty and staff team while allowing students to navigate their learning pace with more flexibility and with a reduced cost of attendance. We have two programs to offer virtually this summer:
A seven-week online program for students having little quantitative or coding experience to learn data analytics skills to conduct policy research.
A three-week online program partnered with Peking University for students to learn applied econometrics to tackle pressing international policy research topics.
These virtual summer programs offer rigorous academics, practical research, and robust co-circulars. The asynchronous, flipped classroom model enables students to watch lectures at their own pace and login for designated office hours with faculty and graduate teaching assistants from anywhere in the world.
Please email Shilin Liu (Director of International Partnerships and Executive Education
Student Recruitment & Global Outreach) at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.