Mary Sharp Emerson
Applying the Principles of Design Thinking to Career Development
There is no passion to be found playing small — in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living. Nelson Mandela Are you unhappy at your job but unsure what you…
How to Become a Software Engineer
Learn everything you need to know about careers in software engineering and what you can do to enter this in-demand field.
Graduate Certificate vs. Master’s Degree: What’s the Difference?
Learn the similarities and differences between these two postgraduate academic credentials.
MBA vs. IO Psychology — Which One is Right for You?
Learning more about how these two popular business degrees can move your career in different directions may help you choose the right one for you.
6 Benefits of Connecting with an Enrollment Coach
Thinking about pursuing a degree or certificate at Harvard Extension School? Learn more about how working with an enrollment coach will get you off to a great start.
Building a Career in Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Today's workplace is evolving quickly. Baby boomers are retiring while Gen Z is just entering the workforce. And technology is rapidly changing where people work and how they communicate and collaborate.
8 Cybersecurity Skills in Highest Demand
Demand for professionals with the skills to detect, respond to, and prevent cyber attacks is at an all time high. And it’s likely to continue growing for the foreseeable future. Discover the key skills you need to advance your career in cybersecurity.
5 Reasons Why You Should Consider a Career in Cybersecurity
Organizations around the world are in desperate need of skilled professionals who can detect, respond to, and prevent cybercrime. If you've been considering a career change, you might want to take a closer look at cybersecurity.
Harvard Extension Students Excel in i-lab Competition
Two Harvard Extension-affiliated teams, led by an alumnus and a current student, won awards at Harvard Innovation Labs’ President’s Innovation Challenge this month. This is the first time in the 10-year history of the President’s Innovation Challenge that teams affiliated…