Economics Upper-Division Courses
Course in applied microeconomics that employs both theoretical and empirical tools to analyze wide range of topics related to sports industry. Topics include history of labor relations in professional sports, history and analysis of player salaries in professional sports, market for professional sports franchises and sports broadcast rights
Actived: Tuesday Apr 13, 2021
Curricula & Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) However, all courses, course descriptions, instructor designations, and curricular degree requirements described herein are subject to change or deletion without notice. Changes to course descriptions are available at the Registrar’s course descriptions web page.
UCLA Undergraduate Study
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Undergraduate Study. Undergraduate students at UCLA can earn bachelor degrees in 140 majors in the College of Letters and Science and seven professional schools: Graduate School of Education and Information Studies; Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science; Herb Alpert School of Music; Meyer and Renee Luskin School of Public Affairs; School of the Arts and Architecture; School ...
History Lower-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Honors course parallel to course 10B. P/NP or letter grading. 10BW. Introduction to Civilizations of Africa since 1800. (5) Lecture, three hours; discussion, two hours. Enforced requisite: English Composition 3 or 3H or English as a Second Language 36. Not open for credit to students with credit for course 10B or 10BH.
Computer Science Upper-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course 192A or Life Sciences 192A (may be taken concurrently), and at least one term of prior experience in same course in which collaborative learning theory is practiced and refined under supervision of instructors. With instructor guidance, students apply pedagogical principles based on current education research, assist with ...
Sociology Lower-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course M72A is enforced requisite to M72B, which is enforced requisite to M72CW. Limited to first-year freshmen. Letter grading. M72A-M72B. Lecture, three hours; discussion, two hours. Examination of many ways in which sex and sexual identity shape and are shaped by biological and social forces, approached from complementary perspectives of ...
Management Upper-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisite: course 1B. Intermediate-level course in theory and practice of financial accounting. Underlying concepts of asset valuation and income measurement. Measurement and reporting of current and long-term assets, including cash and marketable securities, inventories, plant assets and depreciation, and intangibles. P/NP or letter grading. 120B.
Global Studies Courses - UCLA General Catalog
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisite: course 1. Examination of how domestic and international politics determine how global economy is governed. Topics include monetary and capital policy, trade, international investment, and migration. Letter grading. 103. Globalization: Governance and Conflict. (5) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Requisite: course 1.
UCLA General Catalog
Posted: (0 seconds ago) UCLA General Catalog 2020-21. The UCLA General Catalog is published annually in PDF and HTML formats. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information presented in the UCLA General Catalog.However, all courses, course descriptions, instructor designations, curricular degree requirements, and fees described herein are subject to change or deletion without notice.
Society and Genetics Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course 101 or Anthropology 1, or Life Sciences 4 and 23L, or 7C (each may be taken concurrently). Course 105A is not requisite to 105B. Exploration of problems of human identity that are inherently biological and social. Topics vary and may include race, obesity and nutrition, autism, deafness or disability, gender, intelligence, or ...
Physics & Astronomy Undergraduate Study
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Astronomy 3 is the fundamental one-term course for students who do not major in physical sciences and should be taken in the first or second year. Astronomy 4, 5, and 6 develop the topics covered in course 3 to somewhat greater depths but are still aimed at nonscience majors.
UCLA University Requirements
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Each course must be taken for a letter grade and passed with a grade of C or better. Students receiving a final grade of C- or worse must repeat the course during their next term in residence. The Entry-Level Writing requirement must be satisfied before enrolling in any course that satisfies the Writing I requirement (English Composition 3, 3D ...
Computer Science Lower-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Precursor course to introductory computer science sequence (courses 31, 32, 33). Teaches students how to use computers as tool for problem solving, creativity, and exploration through design and implementation of computer programs. Key topics are data types including integers, strings, and lists; control structures, including conditionals and ...
Civil & Environmental Engineering Upper-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisite: course 135B. Basic structural dynamics course for civil engineering students. Elastic free and forced vibrations of single degree of freedom systems, introduction to response history and response spectrum analysis approaches for single and multidegree of freedom systems. Axial, bending, and torsional vibration of beams.
Life Sciences Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course 192A (may be taken concurrently) and at least one term of prior experience in same course in which collaborative learning theory is practiced and refined under supervision of instructors. With instructor guidance, students apply pedagogical principles based on current education research, assist with development of innovative ...
International Development Studies Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisite: course 1. Broad introduction to theoretical traditions in development studies, with focus on dynamics of culture, power, markets, states and social movements, with selected case studies in developing nations and comparative case analysis across Global South and North.
Community Engagement and Social Change Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Service learning course that examines variable topics related to theory and practice of community-based research. Service learning component includes meaningful work with community partners selected in advance by instructor and Center for Community Learning. May be repeated for credit with topic or instructor change.
Business Economics BA
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Required: Economics 1, 2, 11, 41, 101; one Writing II course; Management 1A, 1B; Mathematics 31A, and 31B or 31E. Each course must be taken for a letter grade. Repetition of more than one preparation course or of any preparation course more than once, including equivalent courses taken elsewhere, results in automatic denial of admission to the ...
Art Lower-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course in basic drawing skills intended as preparation for work in variety of media. P/NP or letter grading. 1B. Sculpture. (4) Studio, eight hours; five hours arranged. Introduction to concepts and forms of contemporary sculpture to become familiar with tools and material to enable students to visually manifest their individual ideas.
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Upper-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course 105, Physiological Science 166 (may be taken concurrently). Offered either as 6-unit quarter-long course or as 4-unit Marine Biology Quarter course. Advanced course of natural history, physiology, biochemistry of invertebrates, with emphasis on independent laboratory and field investigations. P/NP or letter grading. 107.
UCLA Repetition of Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Repetition of a course more than once requires the approval of the College, school, or dean of the Graduate Division, and is granted only under extraordinary circumstances. Degree credit for a course is given only once, but the grade assigned each time the course is …
Russian Upper-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course 112A is enforced requisite to 112B, which is enforced requisite to 112C. Taught in Russian. Critical reading, analysis, and discussion of Russian literature, with exposure to Russian cultural and intellectual norms. Readings and essays, with emphasis on formal and academic writing. Letter grading.
Statistics Upper-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisite: course 100C (may be taken concurrently) or 101B. Geostatistics can be applied to many problems in other disciplines such as hydrology, traffic, air and water pollution, epidemiology, economics, geography, waste management, forestry, oceanography, meteorology, and agriculture and, in general, to every problem where data are observed ...
Neuroscience BS - catalog.registrar.ucla.edu
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Neuroscience BS. Capstone Major. The Neuroscience major is a designated capstone major. Undergraduate students have the option of conducting two terms of independent research within a faculty laboratory, applying to participate in DOPA-Team, or completing an advanced laboratory methods course with a series of research modules.
UCLA Other Grades
Posted: (0 seconds ago) The grade P is assigned for a letter grade of C or better. Units earned this way count toward degree requirements but do not affect the GPA. Students receive neither units nor course credit for a grade of NP. Students may enroll in one course each term on a P/NP basis (two courses if they have not elected the P/NP option in the preceding term).
Molecular, Cell, & Developmental Biology Upper-Division ...
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course 196A is requisite to 196B. Designed for undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing inquiry-based and hypothesis-driven research experience in laboratory of departmental or preapproved faculty mentor. Guided research course to be taken in conjunction with course 180A, followed by continuation research course 196B.
Spanish Lower-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course 8A is open to students with credit for course 4. Students who have completed course 3 with grade of B or better may be admitted. P/NP or letter grading. 9A-9B. Advanced Conversation. (2-2) Discussion, three hours. Enforced requisite: course 8B. P/NP or letter grading. 10. Intensive Elementary Spanish. (12) Lecture, 20 hours. Intensive ...
Electrical & Computer Engineering Upper-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course 131A or Civil and Environmental Engineering 110 or Mathematics 170A or Statistics 100A, course 132B or Computer Science 118, Computer Science 33. Design trade-offs and principles of operation of cyber physical systems such as devices and systems constituting Internet of Things. Topics include signal propagation and modeling ...
Management – Full-Time MBA Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Management – Full-Time MBA Courses. 401A-401B. Leadership Foundations. (1-1) Three-day residential format (course 401A) and lecture, three hours (course 401B). Managing and working with people, with emphasis on motivation and development of individuals, leadership and interpersonal relationships, and group dynamics in complex organizational settings.
Civil Engineering BS
Posted: (0 seconds ago) The laboratory courses must be taken from two distinct areas. Courses applied toward the required course requirement may not also be applied toward the major field elective requirement. Civil Engineering Materials: Civil and Environmental Engineering C104, C105, C182; laboratory course: 108L.
Computational & Systems Biology Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Survey course designed to introduce students to computational and systems modeling and computation in biology and medicine, providing motivation, flavor, culture, and cutting-edge contributions in computational biosciences and aiming for more informed basis for focused studies by students with computational and systems biology interests.
Microbiology, Immunology, & Molecular Genetics Upper ...
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course 196A is enforced requisite to 196B. Designed for undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing inquiry-based and hypothesis-driven research experience in laboratory of departmental faculty mentor. Guided research course to be taken in conjunction with course 180A, followed by continuation research course 196B.
Mathematics Lower-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Enforced requisite: course 3B or 31B or 32A with grade of C- or better. Introduction to linear algebra: systems of linear equations, matrix algebra, linear independence, subspaces, bases and dimension, orthogonality, least-squares methods, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, matrix diagonalization, and symmetric matrices.
Geography Upper-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisite: one course from 3, 4, Anthropology 3, Gender Studies 10, or Sociology 1. Limited to juniors/seniors. Exploration of how, why, and to what ends human trafficking has been conceptualized as global problem that warrants international response. Examination of recent activist, governmental, scholarly, and media responses, and reflection ...
Economics BA - UCLA General Catalog
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Each course must be taken for a letter grade. Former courses 100, 110, and 120 may not be included among the 10 upper-division courses. Transfer credit is subject to department approval; consult with an undergraduate counselor before enrolling in any courses for the major.
Film & Television Lower-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course 1A is enforced requisite to 1B, which is enforced requisite to 1C. Limited to Film and Television majors. Structured forum in which freshmen meet on regular basis to discuss curricular issues, meet with faculty members from department, and have exposure to array of …
Near Eastern Languages Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Concurrently scheduled with course CM214. P/NP or letter grading. 189. Advanced Honors Seminars. (1) Seminar, three hours. Limited to 20 students. Designed as adjunct to undergraduate lecture course. Exploration of topics in greater depth through supplemental readings, papers, or other activities and led by lecture course instructor.
Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences Lower-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Enforced corequisite: course 2. Investigations and demonstrations supporting material in course 2, including box model simulation, dose responses, air parcel motion and pollution dispersion, daily and seasonal variation of smog pollutants, and smog transport. P/NP or letter grading. 3. Introduction to Atmospheric Environment.
Art Upper-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course M186AL is requisite to M186BL, which is requisite to M186CL. Mural and Digital Laboratory is art studio housed at Social and Public Art Resource Center in Venice, CA, where students work in community-based setting. Open to students during scheduled hours with laboratory tech support, it offers instruction as students independently and in ...
Theater Lower-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisite: course 2A. Designed for Theater majors. Reviews, refines, and advances work of course 2A, introducing new forms, and delving more deeply into practice of Yang-style tai chi. Courses in performance practice continuum emphasize proper form, etiquette, and other values that sustain practice over lifetime. May be repeated once for credit.
Political Science Upper-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Advanced course in use of quantitative methods in study of political behavior, especially in relation to voting patterns, political participation, and techniques of political action. Students conduct computer-aided analyses of issues and problems treated in course 141B and similar courses. P/NP or letter grading.
Computer Science Graduate Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course 32 or Program in Computing 10C with grade of C- or better, and one course from Biostatistics 100A, Civil Engineering 110, Electrical Engineering 131A, Mathematics 170A, or Statistics 100A. Course CM221 is not requisite to CM222. Designed for engineering students as well as students from biological sciences and medical school.
Program in Computing Lower-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course 10A or Computer Science 31 or equivalent, and one from course 10B, 16A, 20A, Computer Science 32, or equivalent, with grades of C- or better. Introduction to programming for World Wide Web for students with strong foundation in programming.
Sociology BA - UCLA General Catalog
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Students should complete course 101 and the core courses before taking other upper-division courses. Each course for the major must be taken for a letter grade. To graduate, students must have at least a 2.0 grade-point average in their upper-division major courses, with grades of C …
Neuroscience Upper-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course to be supervised by faculty and teaching assistant advisers. Project Brainstorm is K-12 science education outreach program of Brain Research Institute (BRI) and Neuroscience PhD and undergraduate programs that stimulates interest in science for children and young adults in grades K-12 by providing hands-on learning experiences that ...
Armenian Upper-Division Courses
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course 103A is recommended requisite to 103B, which is recommended requisite to 103C. Students with knowledge of Eastern or Western Armenian (from elementary or high school) should contact instructor to determine appropriate enrollment level. Designed for students with advanced speaking fluency and reading abilities in Armenian.