Graduate Seminars in General Education (GSGE) are being evaluated during the 2018-2019 academic year. Faculty proposals designed to engage graduate students in co-creating courses for their pedagogical development will be considered.

In graduate seminars, students consider central conceptual and analytic themes, course design, and pedagogy while analyzing appropriate readings, primary materials, and laboratory work. This innovative model gives faculty interested in developing new courses the opportunity to construct the course via a graduate seminar in which all the essential questions of course design are carefully assessed.

For Faculty

Faculty interested in developing new General Education courses can submit a seminar proposal, which will be reviewed by a joint committee of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Program in General Education. The Committee on General Education works with faculty to provide guidance as they develop the undergraduate course and provides access to course development resources.

For Students

Available Graduate Seminars in General Education can be found by searching the my.harvard course catalog. Students should contact the organizing faculty member for more information and check with their programs about whether these courses will fulfill degree requirements.