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We invite you to come to UCLA for an exceptional academic and cultural experience in Summer 2013. Enroll directly in special programs, regular classes, or sign up for online courses. Summer classes are taught by UCLA’s outstanding faculty, offering you a glimpse of what makes UCLA a top-notch institution. Additionally, our 419-acre campus, conveniently located in the beautiful Westwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, provides many services and experiences that will leave an indelible mark. You will have access to libraries, athletic facilities and cultural events that are among the finest in the world. We hope that you will join us for an enriching and unforgettable summer. For updates and additional details as they become available, visit our website, www.summer.ucla.edu.

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FEB 1

Registration opens for UCL A Students

MAR 1

Registration opens for Visiting Students

MAY 15

Session A registration deadline for International Students

JUN 14

Session C registration deadline for International Students

*International students who wish to enroll in online courses only are not restricted to these deadlines.

JUN 24

Session A begins

AUG 5

Session C begins

AUG 2

Six-week session ends

SEP 13

Session C ends

AUG 16 AUG 30

Eight-week session ends Ten-week session ends

JUL 4

Independence Day

SEP 2

Labor Day

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Registration and enrollment in Summer Sessions is done through

sure that you have experience comparable to the listed

UCLA’s online system, URSA (University Records System Access).

requisites; there is no need to submit transcripts. If you

You will also use URSA for bill paying, viewing grades and using other

are uncertain about the level of difficulty of a course,

services. If you are already a UCLA student, or a returning visiting

course descriptions are available at www.registrar.ucla.

student, you can enroll directly in classes through your URSA account.

edu/catalog.

If you are a new visiting student, you will need to register and get a university identification number to create your URSA account.

Admission to UCLA Registration in Summer Sessions does not constitute

New Visiting Students

admission to UCLA. If you would like to attend UCLA during the

Start by registering online at www.summer.ucla.edu, beginning March

academic year, you should formally apply for admission to UCLA

1, 2013. Once you have registered and submitted a nonrefundable

through Undergraduate Admissions and Relations with Schools,

deposit, you will receive a UCLA student ID number. After receiving

www.admissions.ucla.edu, or Graduate Admissions, www.gdnet.

your ID number, visit www.ursa.ucla.edu and follow the instructions

ucla.edu.

for creating a logon and using the URSA system. If you have questions about UCLA logons, please visit www.logon.ucla.edu.

Grade Reports and Transcripts All grades earned in Summer Sessions become part of your

Returning Visiting Students

permanent UCLA transcript. You can use URSA to see your grades

If you already have a UCLA ID number, use your UID to enroll through

two weeks after the session ends. Most classes offer a grading option

URSA beginning March 1, 2013. Be sure to update your address,

other than letter grade. You may use URSA to change your grading

phone number, and e-mail if necessary. Returning international

option within certain deadlines.

students must submit a registration form on our Summer Sessions website to request an I-20.

The transcript shows all work completed at UCLA. It lists courses, units, grades, grade-point average, transfer credits, and work in

UCLA Students

progress.

Enroll directly through URSA beginning February 1, 2013. You can order a transcript on URSA. There is a fee for each transcript;

Requisites

additional fees apply for transcripts requiring special delivery

If you are a UCLA student, URSA will automatically verify that you

services. Students with BruinBill accounts can charge transcript

have met the requisites. If you are not a UCLA student, please make

orders to these accounts.

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University Housing

Code of Conduct

www.housing.ucla.edu

www.deanofstudents.ucla.edu

The University offers furnished residence halls and residential

As members of the UCLA Summer Community, Summer students

suites within easy walking distance of classrooms, libraries, and

are afforded the same rights and privileges as regularly matriculated

recreational facilities. Housing is available for periods of 6, 8, 9, 10 and

UCLA students and are held to the same standards of conduct. The

12 weeks. Most students find living on campus to be a convenient and

UCLA Student Code of Conduct has been developed to maintain a

enjoyable option during Summer Sessions. For students who prefer

safe, supportive, and inclusive campus community that engages

the independence of living off campus, UCLA also offers University

students in order to foster their academic success, personal

Apartments near campus.

growth and responsible citizenship. Behavior governed by the UCLA Student Code of Conduct includes academic honesty, treatment of

Meal Plans

others, health and safety, use of resources, and use of alcohol and

www.dining.ucla.edu

controlled substances. UCLA’s reputation for academic excellence

Students who live in University housing can choose among several

and institutional integrity is among the most valued assets; as such,

meal plans. Our award-winning dining halls are known for high quality

academic integrity is of paramount importance and UCLA does all

food and service. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available in

within its power to maintain its standards. Please visit the Dean of

the dining halls and other campus eateries.

Students website for more information on student conduct and academic integrity.

Community Housing Office (CHO) www.cho.ucla.edu

Tuition and Fees

For students who wish to live in the Westwood area but do not wish

The cost of Summer Sessions varies depending on the number of

to live in University apartments or residence halls, please visit the

courses you are taking, whether you will be living in campus housing

CHO website for listings of temporary apartment availabilities and

and other factors. Please visit our website at www.summer.ucla.edu

roommate requests.

for a complete description of our various fees and their applications, as well as our refund policies. You will also find information on ways

Transportation and Parking

you can pay fees and tuition and deadlines for making payments. All

www.transportation.ucla.edu

fees are subject to change by action of the UC Regents.

Parking is assigned on a space-available basis for an additional charge. Payment is due upon receipt of

University of California Students

the parking pass; parking contracts are issued

UC students pay tuition plus a campus fee when applicable. These

equal to the length of your enrollment

costs apply to all continuing UC students and students admitted for

in

Summer

Sessions.

Public

Fall 2013. Students who have declared their degree term expectancy

transportation is also available

for Spring 2013 are not eligible for UC student rates regardless of

near and around campus for

whether they have completed their degree requirements. Please

commuters or for the

visit the Registrar’s Office of your home UC campus if you desire to

purpose local

of

visiting

change your degree expected term.

tourist

attractions.

Non-University of California Students Non-UC students pay tuition plus a registration fee when applicable. Part of the registration fee is nonrefundable upon cancellation. This non-refundable fee, which covers both sessions, reserves a space for you in the classes you choose and gives you access to campus services and facilities.

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In summer, UCLA’s park-like campus is an especially welcome combination of shade and sunshine. Yearround we are home to world-class academic and research programs, and our resources include extensive libraries, athletic facilities, and cultural events. In summer, the same resources are available, but the climate is a bit more relaxed. It’s why so many consider summer the best of all seasons on campus.

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BruinCard

cut, mail your letters, check your e-mail, or grab a bite to eat. There

www.bruincard.ucla.edu

are several restaurants and coffee shops on the first floor and A-level

The BruinCard is your official university identification card. It allows

of Ackerman. On B-level the UCLA Store includes a bookstore, market,

you to borrow library books, work out in the campus gym, and receive

computer store, and UCLA gift shop.

discounts at a selection of local businesses. If you are living on campus, you will use it for meals and dorm access, among other

Restaurants

conveniences. It can also be used as a debit card if you set up an

www.asucla.ucla.edu/restaurants

account and deposit money to it. Apply for your BruinCard when you

Most on-campus restaurants are centered in a few locations:

get to campus at 123 Kerckhoff Hall.

Ackerman Union, LuValle Commons, North Campus Student Center, the Bombshelter, or CafĂŠ Synapse in the Gonda Center.

Libraries

Varied

cuisines are available at each location.

www.library.ucla.edu With a collection of more than eight million volumes, UCLA Library is

Events and Performances

ranked among the top ten research libraries in the country. The two

www.happenings.ucla.edu

main collections are housed in the College Library, geared toward the

UCLA invites a wide variety of performers and lecturers to campus

undergraduate curriculum, and the Young Research Library, which

every year. With two museums, the Fowler and the Hammer, and

specializes in graduate research. Additionally there are thirteen

the Film and Television Archive (the world’s largest university-

special subject libraries with impressive collections in the arts,

based collection of motion pictures), summer is full with musical

engineering, science, film and television, law, and medicine.

performances, special exhibitions, and screenings.

Recreation

Central Ticket Office

www.recreation.ucla.edu

www.cto.ucla.edu

The Wooden Center is the UCLA campus gym. It offers a range of

Tickets for all UCLA cultural events are available at the Central Ticket

sports facilities, including basketball and racquetball courts, a weight

Office. It also offers discounted student tickets to campus athletic

room, rock climbing wall, fitness equipment, and classes in yoga,

events, to local movie theaters, theme parks, and public transit

dance, and martial arts. Sunset Recreation Center, located on the hill,

options that can take you all over the city.

has picnic areas, volleyball courts, swimming pools, and bonfire pits. Throughout campus you will also find swimming pools, tennis courts,

UCLA Student Security

soccer fields, and running tracks.

www.ucpd.ucla.edu UCLA works hard to ensure the well-being of all its students through

Ackerman Union

a professional police department. Services include an evening van

www.asucla.ucla.edu

service, walking escorts, bike lockers, and emergency telephones

Located in the heart of campus, Ackerman is the center of student

placed throughout campus.

life. There, you can do your banking, play video games, get your hair

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International Students

described elsewhere in this catalog apply to all Summer Sessions

UCLA Summer Sessions offers students from around the world the

students, including those visiting from other countries.

opportunity to study in a welcoming environment that appreciates diversity and global perspectives.

Registering You can sign up for UCLA Summer Sessions one of two ways. You

Our classes are designed in formats of six weeks or more that allow

can register directly with UCLA Summer Sessions at www.summer.

you to coordinate coming to UCLA with your studies in your home

ucla.edu. Or, you can go through one of our designated overseas

country. Each summer, more than 1,300 international students

registration centers where staff can assist you in selecting classes,

attend UCLA. In addition to the other services available to you, the

reserving on-campus housing, and obtaining health insurance. For

UCLA Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars offers

information on the registration fee, tuition, and other costs, please

support, programming and services.

visit our website.

If you are an English-speaking international student you are eligible to

F-1 Student Visa

enroll in nearly all classes and institutes offered in Summer Sessions.

International students must obtain an F-1 Student Visa issued by the

Students taking regular classes for UCLA credit should have fluency

U.S. Department of State. Details about the visa process are available

the equivalent of a TOEFL score of 550. Some classes also have

on our website and our office will assist you with the necessary

specific academic requirements.

paperwork. The visa process takes several weeks, so if you plan to study in Session A, please register online before May 15, 2013, and if

There is no TOEFL requirement for English learners who want to

you plan to study in Session C, before June 14, 2013.

enroll only in ESL (English as a Second Language) courses. Some of the more popular options include: “Conversation and Interaction for

Supplemental Documents

Academic Purposes,” “Academic Reading and Writing for International

As a part of your application, you will need to submit the International

Students,” and “ESL and Film.”

Student Supplemental Form available on our website along with a copy of your passport, proof of English proficiency, and proof of

All international students must obtain an F-1 Student Visa and attend

sufficient funds.

full-time, which means you’ll need to take at least 8 units of credit. Because of visa restrictions, international students cannot enroll in

Contact Us

courses or institutes involving an internship.

Our counselors are experienced in helping international students study abroad at UCLA. You can get in touch by email at international@

Academic, BruinCard, Student Code of Conduct and other policies

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Summer Institutes combine material and resources usually found in separate courses into an intensive format that allows students to share a unique learning experience.

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Jumpstart: An Introduction to Architecture An intensive introduction to architecture for students contemplating careers in the field. Open to undergraduate students,

incoming

graduate

students,

and

working

professionals, the curriculum includes three courses taken simultaneously—architectural design, graphic and digital representation, and the history of contemporary architecture.

Managing Enterprise in Media, Entertainment, and Sports Students select from one of the five

Communication Skills for International Students

tracks for their concentration: Global

Two interrelated courses designed to give non-native English

The Brands, Interactive and New Media

speakers experience in public speaking. Students who

Management, Leadership in Media

complete this institute program will be able to communicate

and Entertainment, Sports Marketing

Entertainment and Arts Management:

more comfortably in public, private and academic situations.

and Management, and The Business of

Students will learn through interactive discussions, classroom

Music.

presentations and studying movies.

Entrepreneurship Institute

Prana Flow Yoga Teacher Training

Led by faculty at the UCLA Anderson School of Management,

An

the institute focuses on the development and management

training into the embodiment, practice

evolutionary,

transformational

of business ventures. It provides an overview of the legal, tax,

and teaching of yoga. Students will

management, marketing and financial aspects of owning,

explore the roots and evolution of a flow-

operating and/or managing business.

Integrative East-West Medicine

based practice where the dances, art, creative and universal applications of yoga are integrated. Open to individuals

Designed to familiarize students with integrative healthcare

with at least 2 years of regular yoga

and forms of complementary and alternative medicine, with

practice and no serious injuries.

an emphasis on traditional Chinese medicine. Students will medicine, the impact on the U.S. healthcare system, and

Summer Institute in Producing

application to personal well being. Open to undergraduate

Taught by top scholars and industry

and graduate students.

professionals, this institute is a rare

learn about the theoretical underpinnings of integrative

Language Intensive Language Intensives combine rigorous classroom work with community activities that take advantage of Los Angeles’ status as a multilingual, multicultural capital. Languages include Swahili, Arabic, Mandarin, French, Japanese, Spanish, Korean, and English as a Second Language.

Labor Summer Internship Program in Los Angeles Students undertake a supervised internship in a labor union or community organization focused on issues that arise in the work force. Participants in this institute will attend a seminar in which they engage in intensive study of workers’ experiences and the labor movement’s past and present role in American society.

opportunity to study the role of the Hollywood producer. The program also includes lectures by industry executives and opportunities to intern with a major entertainment company.

Teaching English as a Second Language Designed for those who want to teach English as a foreign language to nonnative speakers. The curriculum covers pedagogical

basics

and

classroom

management skills. Participants will also get advice on professional opportunities from experienced ESL teachers, including advice for teaching abroad.

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Architecture Workshops A

collection

of

architecture

workshops

and

seminars for students and professionals who are beginning, intermediate, and advanced designers. Subjects include advanced furniture making in wood, portfolio design, digital representation and Maya Basic, Grasshopper, Rhino and Revit.

Geospatial Information Systems and Technology Provides hands-on instruction in the use and application of geographic information systems (GIS) and related technology.

This four-part certificate

program involves three courses and a workshop taken over two sessions. Designed to serve a broad and diverse audience, it integrates interactive learning methods with practical concerns and real-world applications.

During summer, UCLA offers programs designed specifically for those who have already launched their careers. In addition to the many regular classes and other institutes that are available, these institutes offer additional possibilities.

Global Women’s Health & Empowerment Designed to provide graduate students with core knowledge and skills from several disciplines on how to improve women’s health and well-being globally.

Graduate-Level Online Engineering Courses These courses enable engineers, computer scientists and

others

to

expand

their

technical

education

beyond the bachelor’s degree level and enhance their value to the technical organizations in which they are employed.

Courses include: Fracture of Structural

Materials, Distributed Embedded Systems, Introduction to Mechanisms and Mechanical Systems, Damage and Failure of Materials in Mechanical Design, Linear Elasticity, Analytical

Fracture

Mechanics,

Information

Theory:

Channel and Source Coding, Matrix Analysis, System Architecture, Aerodynamics, Organic Polymer Electronic Materials, and Advanced Composite Materials.

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travel study

www.ieo.ucla.edu/travelstudy

Summer Sessions offers more than 30 UCLA Travel Study programs on five continents. UCLA Travel Study programs combine the excitement of study abroad with the academic rigor of classes taught by UCLA faculty. Program options span a wide range of subject areas and are tailored to fit any student’s academic career. UCLA Travel Study programs utilize location as both laboratory and classroom to leverage the unique opportunity of integrating cities and cultures to enhance curriculum. Enrollment is open to students from any college, university, major, or minor.

online classes

www.online.ucla.edu

Taught by UCLA faculty, our online classes offer UCLA and visiting students the opportunity to earn UCLA credit outside of the classroom. Using streaming video and podcasts, we’ve implemented the latest in technology for flexible, top-quality online learning. Here is some of what we offer:

Biology

Mathematics

70A - Genetic Engineering in Medicine, Agriculture and Law

400 - Mathematics for Management - Math refresher for incoming MBA students.

Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology 70 – Genetic Engineering and Society

Philosophy 3 - Historical Introduction to Philosophy

Engineering There are more than a dozen graduate level courses to choose

Theater, Film and Television

from, from Aerodynamics to Organic Polymer Electronic

Courses include Advanced Screenwriting, Acting and Performance

Materials.

in Film, History of the American Musical, Digital Cinematography and Navigating Hollywood.

English 10A - Literature in English to 1700

Students who enroll only in online courses pay tuition and a nonrefundable deposit of $150 but do not pay general registration or

History

campus specific fees. Most online courses are required to pay the

1B - Introduction to Western Civilization

Instructional Enhancement Initiative fee of $8 per unit.

20 - World History to A.D. 600

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UCLA offers high school students two ways to engage in challenging academics while earning college credits. You can sign up for one of our specialty institutes designed exclusively for motivated high school students in the arts, sciences, law and business. Many of these institutes offer on-campus housing and full supervision. For more information, please go to www.summer.ucla. edu. If you would like to experience real college life, you can enroll in regular lower-division courses where you’ll study alongside UCLA students. For a list of those courses, visit www.summer.ucla.edu/ highschool/Collegelevelclasses.htm.

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Acting & Performance Institute

Nanoscience Lab

This intensive program includes performance training,

Questions similar to those currently investigated by the

workshops and a final performance project. Designed for

scientific community are explored and hands-on experiments

the high school student with a serious interest in theater or

combine scientific methodologies and techniques. In

a career in the performing arts; admission is by instructor

collaboration with the California NanoSystems Institute;

consent.

admission by instructor consent.

Art Institute

Sci | Art Nanolab

Sessions are structured around focused studio work, lectures,

Connects cutting-edge scientific research, popular culture

presentations, field trips, and a final exhibition. Students

and contemporary arts. Includes visits to labs and museums,

select from painting, drawing, photography or sculpture for

workshops and meetings with renowned scientists and

a studio concentration; admission is by instructor consent.

contemporary artists. Designed for upper-level high school students; admission by instructor consent.

Dance - Theater Intensive Mixes the disciplines of dance, theater, music, and social

Stem Cell Science

activism. Postmodern dance, hip-hop, ensemble physical

Introduces fundamentals of stem cell theory, types and

theater, improvisation and issue-related compositions are

research. Lectures and discussion sessions examine why

explored. Admission is by instructor consent.

stem cells offer so much hope while generating furious controversy. Designed for upper-level high school students

Design | Media Arts Institute

who have already taken chemistry and biology.

Intensive introductory course in four aspects of design: graphic, web, game and audio-visual. Program combines

World Music Institute

lab and one-on-one instruction allowing students to

Immersion in one of four performance traditions: the Music

develop projects and build portfolios.

of African Americans, Music of Mexico, Music of Korea, Music of China. A master artist in the tradition leads each institute.

Global/Green Business Week for Young Business Leaders

Living on campus is optional; instructor consent required for admission.

Looks at the fundamentals and current trends of greening and management from the triple bottom line of people, profit,

Writing Workshop

and planet. Includes lectures, case studies, experiential

Prepares students for college-level writing challenges

exercises, and panel discussions. Designed for upper-level

and addresses such essentials as timed essay exams and

high school students; admission by instructor consent.

effective e-mails. All activities will demystify the unstated differences between college and high school writing.

Heritage Language Classes Geared toward high school students who speak at home one of the languages offered and want to strengthen their knowledge of grammar, literature, and culture. Languages include Arabic, Armenian, Chinese (Mandarin), Hindi/Urdu, Persian, and Russian.

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Los Angeles is an international destination city that is a hub of creativity in the arts and business. It is filled with vibrant neighborhoods and ethnic communities—Chinatown, Koreatown and Little India among them—where you can hear sounds and taste food from around the world. In summer, there are outdoor concerts at the Hollywood Bowl and the Greek Theater. Many activities are free, including stargazing at the Griffith Observatory, and outings to the mountains and beaches.

WESTWOOD VILLAGE Located just south of campus, Westwood Village is designed around student tastes and needs. It has three major grocery stores and dozens of restaurants and cafés. Among its movie theaters is the Mann Village Theatre, which hosts frequent movie premieres. The Geffen Playhouse puts on plays that are as inventive as they are star-studded. UCLA’s own Hammer Museum showcases art and inventive programming. Not far from the village—just a few minutes by bus on the other side of the 405 Freeway—is the Getty Center.

SANTA MONICA What was once a sleepy beach town is now a vibrant city between UCLA and the coast. In addition to Santa Monica’s beaches and the famed Santa Monica Pier, you can stroll Main Street, lined with shops and art galleries, or the Third Street Promenade, a pedestrian district with restaurants, more than 200 shops, a farmers’ market, and street performers.

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BEVERLY HILLS Just

a

couple

miles

from

you’ll

find

of

UCLA Beverly

Hills and its famed Rodeo Drive. The city is home to tree-lined boulevards, carefullykept

mansions

and

highest-end

retailers. If shopping and homes

locating

star

isn’t

your

DOWNTOWN

thing, you can take

Downtown LA has emerged as a hub of LA nightlife, with scores of new clubs, restaurants and arts events

in a screening at the

making names for themselves. The south end of Downtown is anchored by LA Live, the Nokia Theatre (home

Museum of Television

to the Grammys) and Staples Center (home to the Lakers, Clippers, and Kings). On the north end you’ll find

and Radio.

the Frank Gehry-designed Disney Hall (home to the LA Phil), MOCA, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion (home to the LA Opera), and the Ahmanson and Taper theaters. Nearby are such architectural classics as the Bradbury Building, City Hall, and Union Station. Two new architectural standouts—the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels and the School of Visual and Performing Arts—face each other from either side of Highway 101.

VENICE

CALIFORNIA

The developer Abbot Kinney was inspired by New York’s Coney

When you are at UCLA, you don’t have far to go to explore the

Island when he designed Venice, California as a beach resort,

rest of California. To the east is the desert, with Palm Springs

complete with a casino, a saltwater pool, and a pier full of restaurants

and its retro vibe, and the climbing rocks of Joshua Tree National

and other amusements. He dug huge canals to imitate the Italian

Park. To the south, the surfing beaches of Orange and San Diego

city and built a beachfront boardwalk (home to Muscle Beach and

counties unfold one after another. Drive north on coast-hugging

some of the most colorful characters in town). Venice remains a

Highway 1 for unforgettable ocean views, lunch in Santa Barbara

great place for playing and people watching; the restaurants that

and tour Hearst Castle. Farther north, you can explore the streets

line Abbot Kinney Boulevard are among the best in the area.

and bridges of San Francisco, the Napa Valley vineyards and breathtaking Yosemite National Park.

FOOD TRUCKS

DISNEYLAND

Taco trucks have always been a staple in Los Angeles, but when

Disneyland—Walt Disney’s original theme park in nearby Anaheim—

Kogi BBQ opened its first window (in November 2008) to serve

is a favorite destination of students and winning sports teams. The

chef-designed fusion Korean-Mexican tacos and used Twitter to

residential halls organize visits to Disneyland for students in the

announce its locations, a movement was born. Today, designer

summer.

food trucks are everywhere in LA and you can enjoy dosas, banhmi, Chinese-Mexican fusion tamales, deluxe cupcakes, vegan fare and scores of other tastes. For food truck locations and tweets, visit www.foodtrucksmap.com.

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More than 700 of the academic classes offered to UCLA students in fall, winter and spring are also offered in the summer. Enrollment is open to anyone who meets course requirements. For the most upto-date listings, visit www.summer.ucla.edu.

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www.appling.ucla.edu

African Languages

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Intensive Elementary Swahili

30W

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Intensive Elementary Igbo

55

Intensive Elementary Tigrinya

Afro-American Studies

M107

Cultural History of Rap

Ancient Near East

10W

Jerusalem: The Holy City

12 units / 8 weeks

12 units / 8 weeks

12 units / 8 weeks

www.bunchecenter.ucla.edu

4 units / 6 weeks

www.nelc.ucla.edu

5 units / 6 weeks

M103A Ancient Egyptian Civilization 4 units / 6 weeks 130

Ancient Egyptian Religion




Anthropology

7

Human Evolution

8

5 units / 6 weeks

www.anthro.ucla.edu

5 units / 6 weeks

Introduction to Archaeology 5 units / 6 weeks

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Culture and Society

33

Culture and Communication

135B

Introduction to Psychological Anthropology

135S

Anthropology of Deviance and Abnormality

153

5 units / 6 weeks

5 units / 6 weeks

5 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

Evolution of Human Societies 4 units / 6 weeks

156

Comparative Religion

167

Urban Anthropology

174

Ethnography of South American Indians

4 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

Applied Linguistics www.appling.ucla.edu

Language and Social Interaction 5 units / 6 weeks

40W

Language and Gender: Introduction to Gender Differences and Stereotypes

80

Language in a Globalizing World: Second Language Interaction in Everyday Life and Academia

101

Introduction to Language Learning and Language Teaching

101W

Introduction to Language Learning and Language Teaching

102W

Nature of Learning

110

Methodology for Second/Foreign/Heritage Language Education

114

Listening and Speaking for Second/Foreign/ Heritage Language Education

116

English Grammar for Second/Foreign/ Heritage Language Education

Arabic

8

Elementary Standard Arabic

5 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

5 units / 6 weeks

5 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

www.nelc.ucla.edu

15 units / 9 weeks

102ABC Intermediate Standard Arabic 15 units / 8 weeks 103ABC Advanced Standard Arabic 12 units / 8 weeks

Art

11D

Beginning New Genres

100

Issues in Contemporary Art

133

Advanced Painting

www.art.ucla.edu

4 units / 6 weeks

5 units / 6 weeks

5 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

For the most up-to-date listings, visit www.summer.ucla.edu.

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Advanced Ceramics

187B

Asian American Themes

Art History

187C

Asian American Populations and Communities

M101A

Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt

Asian Languages and Cultures

M102E Hellenistic Greek Art and Architecture 4 units / 6 weeks

60

Introduction to Buddhism

106C

Italian Art of Cinquecento

Astronomy

4 units / 6 weeks

106D

Late Renaissance Art

5

110B

European Art of the 19th Century: Realism and Impressionism 4 units / 6 weeks

www.atmos.ucla.edu

110C

European Art of the 19th and 20th Centuries

1

Climate Change

110F

Selected Topics in Modern Art

2

Air Pollution

C110H

Latin American Art of the 20th Century

3

Introduction to Atmospheric Environment

114C

Japanese Art

103

Physical Oceanography

114F

Arts of Southeast Asia

Fundamentals of Air and Water Pollution

C117C

Pre-Columbian Art of the Andes

104

C119C

Contemporary Arts of Africa

100A

Introduction to Biostatistics

C171B

Photography 1910-Present

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Asian American Studies

Atomic and Molecular Structure, Equilibrium, and Bases

10

History of Asian Americans

14A 14B

Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry, Kinetics, and Organic Chemistry

14BL

General and Organic Chemistry Lab I

14C

Structure of Organic Molecules

14CL

General and Organic Chemistry Lab II

4 units / 6 weeks

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50

Asian American Women

130A

Chinese American Experience

4 units / 6 weeks

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Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

4 units / 6 weeks

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8

Elementary Chinese: Intensive

8A

Elementary Modern Chinese for Advanced Beginners: Intensive

10

Intermediate Modern Chinese: Intensive

50

Chinese Civilization

101I

Advanced Chinese: Intensive

157

Chinese Pop Culture

4 units / 6 weeks

30BL

Organic Chemistry Laboratory I

153A

Biochemistry: Introduction to Structure, Enzymes, and Metabolism

14D

Organic Reactions and Pharmaceuticals

20A

Chemical Structure

20B

Chemical Energetics and Change

20L

General Chemistry Laboratory

30A

Organic Chemistry I: Structure and Reactivity

30AL

General Chemistry Laboratory II

30B

Organic Chemistry II: Reactivity, Synthesis, and Spectroscopy

4 units / 6 weeks

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153B Biochemistry: DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis 4 units / 6 weeks 153C

Biochemistry: Biosynthetic and Energy Metabolism and Its Regulation 4 units / 6 weeks

153L

Biochemical Methods I

156

Physical Biochemistry

Chicana and Chicano Studies

4 units / 6 weeks

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M102 Mexican Americans and Schools 4 units / 6 weeks M106 Health in Chicano/Latino Population 4 units / 6 weeks M125

U.S./Mexico Relations

M155

Latinos in the U.S.

191

Exploring Ethnic Los Angeles

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Civil and Environmental Engineering

www.cee.ucla.edu

15

Introduction to Computing for Civil Engineers

101

Statics and Dynamics

108

Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids

Classics

10

Discovering the Greeks

20

Discovering the Romans

30

Classical Mythology

Communication Studies

1

Principles of Oral Communication

1A

Public Speaking for Nonnative Speakers

10

Introduction to Communication Studies

101

Freedom of Communication

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Understanding Relationships

M124

Psychology of Language and Gender

132 140

Multicultural TV

141

Films of Persuasion 4 units / 6 weeks

M153

The Media and Aggression against Women

4 units / 6 weeks

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Theory of Persuasive Communication 4 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

156

Social Networking

M159

Pornography and Evolution

167

Sex, Politics, and Race: Free Speech on Campus

4 units / 6 weeks

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188A Situation Comedy and American Culture 4 units / 6 weeks

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180

Introduction to Algorithms and Complexity

181

Introduction to Formal Languages and Automata Theory

Design | Media Arts

10

Nature of Design

11A

Design History I

11B

Design History II

Earth and Space Sciences

4 units / 8 weeks

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www.design.ucla.edu

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Solar System and Planets 4 units / 6 weeks

Blue Planet: Intro to Oceanography

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Dinosaurs and Their Relatives

Comparative Literature

4AW

Literature and Writing: Antiquity to Middle Ages 5 units / 6 weeks

www.eeb.ucla.edu

4CW

Literature and Writing: Age of Enlightenment to the 20th Century

100

Introduction to Ecology and Behavior

4DW

Literature and Writing: Great Books from the World at Large

C109

Introduction to Marine Science

100

Introduction to Literary and Critical Theory

Computer Science

31

Introduction to Computer Science I

M151B

Computer System Architecture

152B

Digital Design Project Laboratory

www.complit.ucla.edu

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Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

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115 Mammalogy 5 units / 6 weeks 116

Conservation Biology 4 units / 6 weeks

120 Evolution 4 units / 6 weeks 129

Animal Behavior

162

Plant Physiology

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ECONOMICS

Principles of Economics 4 units / 6 weeks

150 151 160 170

Principles of Economics 4 units / 6 weeks

Microeconomic Theory 4 units / 6 weeks

Statistics for Economists

4 units / 6 weeks

Microeconomic Theory

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Macroeconomic Theory

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Introduction to Econometrics

5 units / 6 weeks

Finance

4 units / 6 weeks

Introduction to Game Theory

4 units / 6 weeks

Pricing and Strategy

4 units / 6 weeks

Investments

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International Finance

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Labor Economics

Environmental Economics Urban and Regional Economics

4 units / 6 weeks

Development of Economic Institutions in the U.S. 4 units / 6 weeks

EDUCATION

80

Understanding the Collegiate Experience

M102

Mexican Americans and Schools

120

Early Childhood Education

121

Introduction to K-12 Issues in American Public Education

122

Perspectives on the American College

123

The Teaching Profession

C125

Politics of Education

131

Issues in American Education: Perspectives from History and Pop Cultures

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

M116C

Computer Systems Architecture

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ENGINEERING

www.engineer.ucla.edu

183EW Engineering and Society 4 units / 8 weeks

Public Finance

International Trade Theory 4 units / 6 weeks

M134A 137

183

www.econ.ucla.edu

Topics in Labor Economics 4 units / 6 weeks

Money and Banking 4 units / 6 weeks

Monopoly and Competition

ENGLISH

4W

Critical Reading and Writing

10A

English Literature to 1660

10B

English Literature, 1660 to 1832

10C

English Literature, 1832 to the Present

140A

Criticism: History and Theory

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12

Sustainability and Environment

M130

Environmental Change

5 units / 6 weeks

143 Milton 5 units / 6 weeks

M134

Environmental Economics

173C

American Fiction since 1945

Introduction to Sustainable Architecture and Community Planning

English as a Second Language

M153

Comparative Sustainability Practices  online course

32

Conversation and Interaction for Academic Purposes

186

33B

Intermediate English for Academic Purposes

33C

Advanced English for Academic Purposes

35

Approaches to University Writing for ESL Students

38A

Pronunciation: Stress and Intonation in English

38B

Pronunciation: Sound System of English

97A

Variable Topics in English as a Second Language

English Composition

FILM and television

2

Approaches to University Writing

106A

History of the American Motion Picture

106C

History of African, Asian, and Latin American Film

112

Film and Social Change

130A

Screenwriting Fundamentals  online course

130B

Screenwriting Fundamentals Workshop  online course

141A

Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales

142A

Shakespeare: Poems and Early Plays

142B

Shakespeare: Later Plays

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28

Literature, Culture, and Critical Inquiry 5 units / 6 weeks

100W

Interdisciplinary Academic Writing

131C

Specialized Writing: Medicine and Public Health

131D

Specialized Writing: Media and Communications

5 units / 6 weeks

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Epidemiology www.ph.ucla.edu/epi 100

Principles of Epidemiology 4 units / 8 weeks

Ethnomusicology

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Jazz in American Culture

M119

Cultural History of Rap

119F

135A

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GEOGRAPHY

2

Biodiversity in a Changing World

3

Cultural Geography

4

Globalization: Regional Development and World Economy

5

People and the Earth’s Ecosystems

7

Introduction to GIS

M115

Environmentalism: Past, Present, and Future

121

Conservation of Resources: Underdeveloped World

125

Health and Global Environment

M128

Global Environment and Development

140

Political Geography

148

Economic Geography

French

156

Metropolitan Los Angeles

1

Elementary French

167 Cartography 4 units / 6 weeks

3

Elementary French

8

Intensive First-Year French

14W

Introduction to French Culture and Civilization, in English

41

French Cinema and Culture

135B

Advanced Screenwriting Workshop  online course

C147

Independent Feature Production  online course

151

Introduction to Experimental Filmmaking

184A

Overview of Contemporary Film Industry  online course

184B

Overview of the Television Industry

188B

Introduction to the Art and Technique of Filmmaking

188E

Digital Cinematography  online course and on-campus

188J

The Disney Feature: Then and Now

188M

Film and Television Directing

194

Internship Seminars: Film, Television, and Digital Media

195

Corporate Internship in Film, Television, and Digital Media 2 - 6 units / 6 weeks

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168

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Introduction to Geographic Information Systems 4 units / 6 weeks

184 California 4 units / 6 weeks

GERMAN

8

Elementary German: Intensive

59

The Holocaust in Film and Literature

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Introduction to Global Studies

16

Intensive First-Year Greek

100

5 units / 6 weeks

GREEK

www.classics.ucla.edu

12 units / 8 weeks

Health Services

www.ph.ucla.edu/hs

Health Services Organization 4 units / 6 weeks

HEBREW www.nelc.ucla.edu 8

Elementary Hebrew: Intensive

1A

Introduction to Western Civilization: Prehistory to A.D. 843

History of Modern Europe: World War ll and Its Aftermath, 1939 to the Present 4 units / 6 weeks

M133C History of Prostitution 4 units / 6 weeks 137A

British Empire since 1783

139A

U.S. Civil War and Reconstruction

140C

U.S. Since 1960

142B

Intellectual History of the U.S.

4 units / 6 weeks

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M150B Introduction to Afro-American History 4 units / 6 weeks 153

American West

154

History of California

M155

History of Los Angeles

5 units / 6 weeks

1C

Introduction to Western Civilization: Circa 1715 to the Present

M157B Indians of Colonial Mexico 4 units / 6 weeks

97C

European History

97D

U.S. History

97E

Introduction to Historical Practice

15 units / 9 weeks

HISTORY

www.history.ucla.edu

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M103A Ancient Egyptian Civilization 4 units / 6 weeks

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121F

INFORMATION STUDIES

245

Information Access

250

Techniques and Issues in Information Access

289

Seminar: Special Issues in Information Studies

International Development Studies

114A

History of Rome: To Death of Caesar 4 units / 6 weeks

114B

History of Rome: Death of Caesar to Time of Constantine

100A

121D

History of Modern Europe: Bourgeois Century, 1815-1914 4 units / 6 weeks

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Latin American History

Modern Mideast

4 units / 6 weeks

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161

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Introduction to Development Studies: Economic Development and Culture Change 4 units / 6 weeks

M100B Introduction to Development Studies: Political Economy of Development 4 units / 6 weeks

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Economics of Developing Countries

20

Intermediate Latin

191

Variable Topics Research Seminars

Law, Undergraduate

IRANIAN

184

Introduction to Legal Education

8

Elementary Persian: Intensive

185

Corporate Mock Trial

15 units / 8 weeks

ITALIAN

1

Elementary Italian

9

Intensive Beginning Italian

46

Italian Cinema and Culture

4 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

www.nelc.ucla.edu

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www.law.ucla.edu

4 units / 6 weeks

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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies

www.italian.ucla.edu

www.lgbtstudies.ucla.edu

M114

Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies

M137

Gay and Lesbian Perspectives in Pop Music

JAPANESE

187

Queer Film and Cinema

8

Elementary Japanese: Intensive

LIFE SCIENCES

10

Intermediate Modern Japanese: Intensive

1

Evolution, Ecology, and Biodiversity

50

Japanese Civilization

2

Cells, Tissues, and Organs

100I

Advanced Modern Japanese Intensive

3

Introduction to Molecular Biology

151

Japanese Literature in Translation

155

Topics in Japanese Cinema

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www.alc.ucla.edu

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4 Genetics 5 units / 6 weeks

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KOREAN

1

Introduction to Study of Language

8

Elementary Korean: Intensive

3

ASL Structure and Culture

10

Intermediate Korean: Intensive

6

Out of the Mouths of Babes

50

Korean Civilization

M10

Structure of English Words

LATIN

20

Introduction to Linguistics

16

Intensive First-Year Latin

103

Introduction to General Phonetics

4 units / 6 weeks

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Finite Mathematics

120A Phonology 5 units / 6 weeks

3A

Calculus for Life Science Students

120B

Syntax I

3B

Calculus for Life Science Students

MANAGEMENT

3C

Probability for Life Science Students

31A

Differential and Integral Calculus

1A

Introduction to Historical Linguistics 5 units / 6 weeks

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1B

Principles of Accounting

31B

Integration and Infinite Series

4 units / 6 weeks

88

Lower Division Seminar: Leading and Succeeding in Organizations

32A

Calculus of Several Variables

108

Business Law

32B

Calculus of Several Variables

120A

Intermediate Financial Accounting I

33A

Linear Algebra and Applications

120B

Intermediate Financial Accounting II

33B

Differential Equations

122

Management Accounting

61

Introduction to Discrete Structures

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110A Algebra 4 units / 6 weeks

123 Auditing 4 units / 6 weeks 124

Advanced Accounting

126

Financial Statement Analysis

127A

Tax Principles and Policies

127B

Corporate and Partnership Taxation

128

Special Topics in Accounting

4 units / 6 weeks

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115A

Linear Algebra 4 units / 6 weeks

131A Analysis 4 units / 6 weeks 132

Complex Analysis for Applications

134

Linear and Nonlinear Systems of Differential Equations

135

Ordinary Differential Equations

4 units / 6 weeks

400

Mathematics for Management  online course

142

Mathematical Modeling

MATHEMATICS

4 units / 6 weeks

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1 Precalculus 4 units / 6 weeks

32

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164 Optimization 4 units / 6 weeks 167

Mathematical Game Theory 4 units / 6 weeks

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Probability Theory

172A

Actuarial Mathematics

4 units / 6 weeks

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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

www.mae.ucla.edu

94

Introduction to Computer-Aided Design and Drafting

101

Statics and Strengths of Materials

102

Mechanics of Particles and Rigid Bodies

103

Elementary Fluid Mechanics

105A

Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics

171A

Introduction to Feedback and Control Systems: Dynamic Systems Control I

182A

Mathematics of Engineering

MEDICINE

180

Special Topics: Integrative East-West Medicine

4 units / 8 weeks

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Art of Listening

80A

Beginning Keyboard

80F

Beginning Guitar Class

80V

Vocal Technique for Beginners

MUSIC HISTORY

5

History of Rock and Roll

7

Film and Music

12W

Writing about Music

63

5 units / 6 weeks

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Bach 5 units / 6 weeks

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Music and Gender

M137

LGBTQ Pop Music

4 units / 6 weeks

MIDDLE EASTERN AND NORTH AFRICAN STUDIES

NEUROSCIENCE

M119L

Human Neuropsychology

M145

Neural Mechanisms Controlling Movement

PHILOSOPHY

2

Introduction to Philosophy of Religion

5

Philosophy in Literature

7

Introduction to Philosophy of Mind

www.international.ucla.edu/idps/menas Variable Topics Research Seminars: Middle Eastern and North African Studies

Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology

15

www.music.ucla.edu

The Blues in American Music

191A

MUSIC

65

4 units / 8 weeks

www.cewm.med.ucla.edu

4 units / 6 weeks

www.mcdb.ucla.edu

60

Biomedical Ethics

100

Introduction to Cell Biology

138

Developmental Biology

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Introduction to Ethical Theory

31

Logic, First Course

M101B

Plato—Later Dialogues

C114

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Physics for Life Sciences Majors: Waves, Electricity, and Magnetism

6C

Physics for Life Sciences Majors: Light, Fluids, Thermodynamics, Modern Physics

5 units / 6 weeks

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10 Physics 4 units / 6 weeks

Hume 4 units / 6 weeks

128A

Philosophy of Mathematics

150

Society and Morals

155

Medical Ethics

157A

History of Political Philosophy

166

Philosophy of Law

179

Asian Philosophy

180

Philosophy of Action

185

Major Philosophers of the 20th Century

PHYSICS

1A

Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Mechanics

1B

Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Oscillations, Waves, Electric and Magnetic Fields

4 units / 6 weeks

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Physiological Science

3

Introduction to Human Physiology

5

Issues in Human Physiology: Diet and Exercise

13

Introduction to Human Anatomy

133

Exercise Physiology

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M145 Neural Mechanisms Controlling Movement 5 units / 6 weeks

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153

Dissection Anatomy

166

Animal Physiology

POLITICAL SCIENCE

6

Introduction to Data Analysis

10

Introduction to Political Theory

5 units / 6 weeks

1C

Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Electrodynamics, Optics, and Special Relativity

20

World Politics

4AL

Physics Laboratory for Scientists and Engineers: Mechanics

40

Introduction to American Politics Introduction to Comparative Politics

4BL

Physics Laboratory for Scientists and Engineers: Electricity and Magnetism

50

4 units / 6 weeks

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117 Jurisprudence 4 units / 6 weeks 118

Political Violence 4 units / 6 weeks

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Foreign Relations of the U.S.

100A

Psychological Statistics

121A

Studies in Formulation of American Foreign Policy

100B

Research Methods in Psychology

124A

International Political Economy

101

General Psychology Laboratory

135

International Relations of China

110

Fundamentals of Learning

137A

International Relations Theory

115

Principles of Behavioral Neuroscience

140C

The Supreme Court

118

Comparative Psychobiology

141B

Public Opinion and Voting Behavior

119E

Stress and Bodily Disease

144A

Ethnic Politics: Chicano/Latino Politics

M119L

Human Neuropsychology

4 units / 6 weeks

145B

Public Law and Judicial Process: Separation of Powers

M119O

Psychology of Aging

145E

Constitutional Law: Rights of the Accused

PORTUGUESE

120A

Cognitive Psychology

M35

Spanish, Portuguese, and Nature of Language

127

Abnormal Psychology

102AB

Intensive Portuguese

129B

Introduction to Psychoanalysis

130

Developmental Psychology

133A

Adolescent Development

135

Social Psychology

187A

Psychology and Law

PUBLIC POLICY

105

Leadership in Public Interest

191A

International Terrorism Studies

191A

Youth Gangs: Getting In and Out

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5 units / 6 weeks

8 units / 6 weeks

M118A History of Portuguese and Spanish: Phonology 4 units / 6 weeks

PROGRAM IN COMPUTING

10A

Introduction to Programming

PSYCHOLOGY

10

Introductory Psychology

15

Introductory Psychobiology

85

Introductory Cognitive Science

www.pic.ucla.edu

5 units / 8 weeks

www.psych.ucla.edu

4 units / 6 weeks

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M119P Mapping Mind through Its Molecules 4 units / 6 weeks

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www.religion.ucla.edu

102

Contemporary Sociological Theory

Religion, Study of

140

Undergraduate Seminar: Religion in Film

111

Social Networks

116

Social Demography

128

Sociology of Emotions

4 units / 6 weeks

ROMANIAN

4 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

www.slavic.ucla.edu

103

Intensive Elementary Romanian

RUSSIAN

130

Self and Society

10

Intensive Elementary Russian

132

Social Psychology: Sociological Approaches

20

Intensive Intermediate Russian

134

Culture and Personality

30

Russian Literature and World Cinema

145

Sociology of Deviant Behavior

50

Scandinavian Section

158

Urban Sociology

160

Intergroup Conflict and Prejudice Sociology of Gender

50W

Introduction to Scandinavian Literature

M162

Medical Sociology

SERBIAN/CROATIAN

170

Sociology of the Family

103

Elementary Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian

M174

Sociology of Mass Communication

SOCIAL WELFARE

M176

Political Sociology

100B

Social Welfare Policy Overview

182 184

Social Change

185

American Society

South Asian Studies

155

Topics in South Asian Cinema and Literature

Southeast Asian Studies

1

Introduction to Southeast Asian Studies

12 units / 6 weeks

www.slavic.ucla.edu

12 units / 8 weeks

12 units / 8 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

www.scandinavian.ucla.edu

Introduction to Scandinavian Literatures and Cultures 5 units / 6 weeks

5 units / 6 weeks

www.slavic.ucla.edu

12 units / 6 weeks

www.spa.ucla.edu

4 units / 6 weeks

M104E Social Aspects of Aging 4 units / 6 weeks

SOCIOLOGY

1

Introductory Sociology

20

Introduction to Sociological Research Methods

101

Development of Sociological Theory

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4 units / 6 weeks

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5 units / 6 weeks

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SPANISH

112

Statistical Methods for Social Sciences

130B

Statistical Analysis with SAS

4 units / 6 weeks

2

Elementary Spanish

THEATER

4 units / 6 weeks

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3

Elementary Spanish

10

Introduction to Theater

4

Intermediate Spanish

20

Acting Fundamentals

10

Intensive Elementary Spanish

History of American Theater and Drama  online course

25

Advanced Spanish and Composition

106 110

History of the American Musical  online course

120A

Acting and Performance in Film I  online course

120B

Acting and Performance in Film II  online course

123

Intermediate Acting for the Stage

138

Special Problems in Performance Techniques

URBAN PLANNING

120

Introduction to Cities and Planning

121

Urban Policy and Planning

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Elementary Spanish

4 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

12 units / 8 weeks

4 units / 6 weeks

M35 Spanish, Portuguese, and Nature of Language 5 units / 6 weeks M42

Civilization of Spain and Portugal

M44

Civilization of Spanish America and Brazil

100A

Introduction to Study of Spanish Grammar: Phonology and Morphology

100B

Introduction to Study of Spanish Grammar: Syntax

M118A

History of Portuguese and Spanish: Phonology

119B

Introduction to Study of Literature: Poetry

4 units / 6 weeks

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STATISTICS

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10

Introduction to Statistical Reasoning

13

Introduction to Statistical Methods for Life and Health Sciences

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CM165 Environmentalism: Past, Present, and Future 4 units / 6 weeks

VIETNAMESE

8

Elementary Vietnamese: Intensive

5 units / 6 weeks

100A

Introduction to Probability Theory

100B

Introduction to Mathematical Statistics

5 units / 6 weeks

4 units / 8 weeks

4 units / 8 weeks

10

www.alc.ucla.edu

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WOMEN’S STUDIES

www.womensstudies.ucla.edu Introduction to Women’s Studies: Feminist Perspectives on Women and Society 5 units / 6 weeks

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M107A American Women Writers 5 units / 6 weeks M110C Philosophical Analysis of Issues in Feminist Theory 4 units / 6 weeks M114

M124 130 136

Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies 5 units / 6 weeks

Psychology of Language and Gender 4 units / 6 weeks

Women of Color in the U.S. 4 units / 6 weeks

Music and Gender 5 units / 6 weeks

M147A Psychology of Lesbian Experience 4 units / 6 weeks M153 The Media and Aggression against Women 4 units / 6 weeks M162 M165 M174

Sociology of Gender 4 units / 6 weeks

Psychology of Gender 4 units / 6 weeks

Sociology of the Family 4 units / 6 weeks

World Arts and Cultures

www.wac.ucla.edu

8 Beginning World Arts Practices in Latin America and Diaspora: Salsa 2 units / 6 weeks 9

13 120 160

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Beginning World Arts Practices in North America and Diaspora: Hip Hop 2 units / 6 weeks

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