As new ways of thinking emerge in the profession of architecture, the field grows increasingly complex and requires new techniques of inquiry and design. For generations, the GSD has educated committed individuals who have assumed leadership roles in shaping the built environment. Today’s graduates in architecture continue this tradition by pioneering new design approaches to the challenges posed by contemporary society.
The Graduate School of Design encourages students to create a more beautiful, just, and coherent world through the study of architecture , landscape architecture , and urban planning and design .
"...We owe it to our students to provide them with integrated learning environments that are reflective of the world in which they're living," she argued.
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The Extension School and Harvard Business School have together created the HBX Credential of Readiness (CORe) program.  Having begun in 2014, this program allows undergraduate students at the Extension School to take courses with Business School professors for credit.  Students at other institutions may be able to take the courses for transfer credit as well. 
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