Harvard Extension School provides oncampus and online math courses for both traditional and nontraditional students. For related programs, please visit the Graduate Program in Mathematics for Teaching and Graduate Program in Information Technology pages.
Math Question Center. For students in MATH E3, E6, E8, E10, E15, and E16, individual help is available at the Math Question Center. The center is open Mondays, 5:307:30 pm, and Tuesdays, 7:409:40 pm, in Sever Hall 215 beginning the first week of classes each term.

MATH E3
Quantitative Reasoning: Practical Math
(Fall 2014, Spring 2015)

MATH E6
Mathematics and the Greeks
(Spring 2015)

MATH E8
College Algebra
(Fall 2014, Spring 2015)

MATH E10
Precalculus
(Fall 2014, Spring 2015)

MATH E15
Introduction to the Calculus A
(Fall 2014, Spring 2015)

MATH E16
Introduction to the Calculus B and Differential Equations
(Fall 2014, Spring 2015)

MATH E21a
Multivariable Calculus
(Fall 2014)

MATH E21b
Linear Algebra
(Spring 2015)

MATH E23a
Linear Algebra and Real Analysis I
(Fall 2014)

MATH E23b
Linear Algebra and Real Analysis II
(Spring 2015)

MATH E130
Classical Geometry
(Spring 2015)

MATH E155r
Combinatorics
(Spring 2015)

MATH E156
Mathematical Foundations of Statistical Software
(Fall 2014)

MATH E210
Vector Space Methods for Differential Equations
(Spring 2015)

MATH E217
Probability and Random Processes with Economic Applications
(Spring 2015)
Mathematics for teaching

MATH E300
Math for Teaching Arithmetic
(Fall 2014)

MATH E302
Math for Teaching Geometry
(Spring 2015)

MATH E303
Math for Teaching Algebra
(Spring 2015)

MATH E311
Investigating the Mathematical Process: An Introduction to Proofs
(Fall 2014)

MATH E320
Teaching Mathematics with a Historical Perspective
(Spring 2015)

MATH E321
Hidden Gems: Advanced Topics in Classical Mathematics
(Fall 2014)

MATH E330
The Art and Craft of Posing Problems and Making Conjectures
(Fall 2014)

MATH E599
Teaching Projects: Math for Teaching Capstone Course
(Spring 2015)