D-Lab challenges talented students to use their math, science, engineering, social science, and business skills to tackle a broad range of global poverty issues.
Many D-Lab courses are cross-listed with academic departments and provide credit toward minor and major courses of study; some courses meet HASS or Institute Lab requirements.
D-Lab students have access to the D-Lab Workshop!
2016 Fall Listings
|D-Lab: Development EC.701 / 11.025 (U), EC.781 / 11.472 (G) (3-2-7)|
|D-Lab: Gender EC.S06 (U), EC.S11 (G) (6)|
|D-Lab: Mobility EC.721 (2-2-5)|
|D-Lab: Supply Chains 15.772 / EC.733 (3-3-6)|
|D-Lab: Waste EC.S07 (U), EC.S12 (G) (3-2-7)|
|Design for Scale 2.729 / EC.729 (3-2-7)|
|Development Ventures MAS.665 / 15.375 / EC.731J (12)|
2017 Spring Listings
|D-Lab: Design EC.720/2.722J (3-0-9)|
|D-Lab: Earth EC.714 (2-0-4)|
|D-Lab: Education & Learning EC.S09 (2-2-5)|
|D-Lab: Energy EC.711/EC.791(G) (3-3-6)|
|D-Lab: Field Research EC. 788 (G) (3-0-9)|
|D-Lab: Prosthetics for the Developing World EC.722 (2-2-5)|
|D-Lab: Water and Climate Change EC.S08, EC.S12 (G) (12)|
|Innovation in Relief, Recovery, and Rebuilding EC.S06 / EC.S11 (G) (2-0-4)|
|NEW! D-Lab: New Economies TBA (TBA)|