Since its inception as a Harvard School in 2007, SEAS has experienced consistent growth in undergraduate concentrators and graduate students. The number of undergraduate concentrators has grown by 248 percent since 2007, and now stands at 1,013. Computer science is the most popular SEAS concentration, with 451 students, followed by applied mathematics, with 305 students. Engineering sciences is the most popular engineering concentration, with 76 students pursuing the S.B. degree, closely followed by mechanical engineering, with 72 concentrators.
The number of SEAS graduate students has increased by more than 55 percent since 2007. Enrollment in the master's program has grown by 270 percent, and SEAS has launched two new master's programs since its establishment. The Ph.D. program has grown by 35 percent over the last decade; engineering sciences is the most popular Ph.D. program, drawing 175 students, while applied physics and computer science come in at a close second and third, with 105 students and 98 students, respectively.