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Requisites: course 10, one course from 130 or 133B through 133I, one statistics course. In-depth study of research methods, current research findings, and theories used to understand infant development from conception through second year of life, including cross-cultural …

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course 20, Mathematics 33A, and one course from course 10, 12, 13, Economics 11, 41, or Psychology 100A, or score of 4 or higher on Advanced Placement Statistics Examination. Introduction to computational statistics through numerical methods and computationally intensive methods for …

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course 101A or Korean placement test is enforced requisite to 101B; course 101B or Korean placement test is enforced requisite to 101C. Advanced readings and discussion for students planning to do advanced coursework or research on Korea. Topics selected from magazines, journals, and books related to humanities and social sciences. P/NP ...

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisite: course 146 or 147. Study of history, theory, and practice of north and south Indian classical music. Emphasis on music history and traditional theory and analysis of present-day forms, styles, techniques, and musical instruments. Concurrent participation in Indian performance group (course 91F) required. S/U or letter grading.

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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 ...

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course M217G is requisite to M217H, which is requisite to M217I. Intensive interdisciplinary study of child physical and sexual abuse and neglect, with lectures by faculty members of Schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health and Departments of Education and Psychology, as well as by relevant public agencies.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course 105A is requisite to 105B, which is requisite to 105C. Mathematical knowledge and research-based pedagogy needed for teaching key geometry topics in secondary school, including axiomatic systems, measure, and geometric transformations. Introduction to professional standards and current research for teaching secondary school mathematics ...

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisite: course 31, or background in logic, computer science, statistics, or mathematics. Topics may include interpretations of probability, Bayesian and non-Bayesian confirmation theory, paradoxes of confirmation, coherence, and conditioning. May be concurrently scheduled with course …

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course M20, Chemistry 20A, 20B, Mathematics 31A, 31B, 32B, Physics 1A, 1B, 1C. Theoretical and practical introduction to artificial intelligence and machine learning for civil engineering problems. Focus on practice and problem-solving skills. By course end, students are expected to be able to independently run machine learning ...

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Course Descriptions - UCLA Registrar's Office

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course descriptions are approved by the Academic Senate and maintained by the Registrar’s Office. To browse courses by subject area, click on the subject name. To search courses, enter keyword(s) in the field and click the search button. For more information on the organization of courses, visit the course numbering and description guide.

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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.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course 32 or Program in Computing 10C with grade of C- or better, Mathematics 33A, and one course from Civil Engineering 110, Electrical and Computer Engineering 131A, Mathematics 170A, Mathematics 170E, or Statistics 100A. Designed for engineering students as well as students from biological sciences and medical school ...

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course M72A is enforced requisite to M72B, which is enforced requisite to M72CW. Limited to first-year freshmen. Examination of many ways in which sex and sexual identity shape and are shaped by biological and social forces, approached from complementary perspectives of anthropology, biology, medicine, and sociology.

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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 ...

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course fosters ability of students to select relevant design and analysis techniques, synthesize knowledge, and apply insights to address public health problems. Oral examination and written report describing how students have used biostatistical methods to assess data from public health study required. May be repeated for credit.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) 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 ...

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Contract Courses - UCLA Registrar's Office

Posted: (0 seconds ago) A student pursuing an internship (course 195) should consult with either a departmental adviser or the Center for Community Learning (course 195CE) to determine which unit coordinates the internship. Internships coordinated through the Center for Community Learning require a site supervisor’s signature.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course M6A is enforced requisite to M6B, which is enforced requisite to M6C. Students must receive grade of C- or better to proceed to next course in sequence. Introduction to musicianship through in-depth exploration of basic common musical elements and training in aural recognition, sight singing, dictation, and keyboard skills.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Multidisciplinary course that introduces laboratory techniques of nanoscale fabrication, characterization, and biodetection. Basic physical, chemical, and biological principles related to these techniques, top-down and bottom-up (self-assembly) nanofabrication, nanocharacterization (AEM, SEM, etc.), and optical and electrochemical biosensors.

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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.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: one course from 1A, 1B, 1C, 5A, 5B, 5C, or 131, course 192S (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 ...

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course has two interrelated objectives: (1) to introduce students to ethnography of communication--description and analysis of situated communicative behavior--and sociocultural knowledge that it reflects and (2) to train students to recognize, describe, and analyze relevant linguistic, proxemic, and kinesic aspects of face-to-face interaction.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Internship studies course supervised by associate dean or designated faculty members. Further supervision to be provided by organization for which students are doing internship. Students may be required to meet on regular basis with instructor and provide periodic reports of their experience.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Enforced requisite: course 101C. Technology of particle/gas systems with applications to gas cleaning, commercial production of fine particles, and catalysis. Particle transport and deposition, optical properties, experimental methods, dynamics and control of particle formation processes. Concurrently scheduled with course C140. Letter grading.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course 131A or Civil and Environmental Engineering 110 or Mathematics 170A or 170E or Statistics 100A, Computer Science 33. Introduction to breadth of data science. Foundations for modeling data sources, principles of operation of common tools for data analysis, and application of tools and models to data gathering and analysis.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course M72A is enforced requisite to M72B, which is enforced requisite to M72CW. Limited to first-year freshmen. Examination of many ways in which sex and sexual identity shape and are shaped by biological and social forces, approached from complementary perspectives of anthropology, biology, medicine, and sociology.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course in academic writing suitable for both lower- and upper-division students that helps them develop academic papers with range of complexity and length. Focus on conventions of academic prose and genres across disciplines. Written assignments include common forms of academic writing such as argument, research paper, and/or critical essay. ...

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Integrative course, building on methodologies, principles, and concepts provided in requisite functional and strategic core courses. Use of extensive readings and case studies to develop skills and philosophical basis for applying managerial concepts to entrepreneurial operations. S/U or letter grading.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisite: course 105 or completion of Marine Biology Quarter. Advanced invertebrate biology course exploring evolutionary relationship of animal groups and evolution of marine species, comparative development and developmental genetics of invertebrate form, and form and function as they relate to marine invertebrates. Letter grading.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course M245A is requisite to M245B, which is requisite to M245C. Intensive interdisciplinary study of child physical and sexual abuse and neglect, with lectures by faculty members of Schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health and Departments of Education and Psychology, as well as by relevant public agencies. ...

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Drop a Class - UCLA Registrar's Office

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Drop deadlines for undergraduate students vary by College and school and by the type of course (impacted or nonimpacted).. Dropping a class may reduce a study list below the minimum required for full-time status, financial aid, minimum-progress requirement, and eligibility for residence halls and other services that require a specific enrollment status.

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Courses and Programs - University of California, Los Angeles

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course M1A is enforced requisite to M1B, which is enforced requisite to M1CW. Limited to first-year freshmen. Food as lens for local and global environmental and sustainability issues. Integration of environmental, social, economic, and technological solutions for fair, sustainable, and healthy food production, food security, and access. Focus ...

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course 151, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 166C. Matrix materials, fibers, fiber preforms, elements of processing, autoclave/compression molding, filament winding, pultrusion, resin transfer molding, automation, material removal and assembly, metal and ceramic matrix composites, quality assurance.

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Economics Upper-Division Courses

Posted: (0 seconds ago) 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 ...

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Requisites: course 113A, Mathematics 31A, 31B, 32A, 32B, 33A, with grades of C- or better. Recommended: knowledge of differential equations equivalent to Mathematics 134 or 135 or Physics 131 and of analytic mechanics equivalent to Physics 105A. Course C115A or Physics 115B with grade of C- or better is requisite to C115B.

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Enrollment Appointments

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Students should not choose classes with the same final examination code, or select classes that have conflicting meeting times or multiple same-day final examinations. If conflicts are unavoidable, students should consult the instructor of each course at the first class meeting to …

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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 ...

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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.

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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 ...

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Course Inventory Management System (CIMS)

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course approval requests are processed through the Course Inventory Management System (CIMS), a secure online application that collects course data and routes it through the approval process.CIMS allows users to request approval for new courses, revised courses, and course deletions.

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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.

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Impacted Courses - UCLA Registrar's Office

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course has high enrollment demand, and late drops would deny qualified students a chance to take the course that term; The course has a high instructor/student ratio or involves a large commitment of resources. Laboratory classes often meet this criterion

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Survey lecture course on historical development of Mexican (Chicano) community and people of Mexican descent in U.S. through 20th century, with special focus on labor and politics. Provides integrated understanding of change over time in Mexican community by inquiry into major formative historical and policy issues affecting community. Within ...

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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 ...

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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.

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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 ...

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UCLA Graduate Study

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Graduate Study. Graduate students at UCLA benefit from—and contribute to—the resources of one of the country’s outstanding research universities.

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