Winter 2016 Schedule of Classes

Winter 2016 Schedule of Classes
Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
Winter Deadlines
December 20 Last day to pay fees
January 4
Instruction begins
January 15
Classes dropped
January 15
Last day to enroll
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UCLA Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
What’s New?
New Minor: Literature and the Environment
Effective Fall 2015, the English Department has established a minor in Literature and the Environment. The minor will provide
both a solid foundation for literary interpretation and a superstructure that integrates those skills and perspectives with the
questions about the past, present, and future of the biosphere. It is designed for undergraduates who wish to enhance their
major program with intensive study of literature—predominantly imaginative literature in English—in its relationship to the natural environment, while improving their skills in reading, writing, creative and critical thinking, and analysis of complex situations
in an ethical frame.
New Master of Applied Statistics (MAS)
The Statistics Department has established a new self-supporting Master of Applied Statistics degree program to better serve
the large number of working professionals seeking post-baccalaureate training in data science and quantitative analytics. The
program offers coursework in statistical theory and models, data management, and data visualization while emphasizing application and the practice of data analysis. The program will accept students for Fall 2016.
New Master of Science in Engineering Degrees
The Master of Science in Engineering Online program has established 10 new degree designations in order for students to
show a focus or specialization of study. The new degree designations are Aerospace, Computer Networking, Electrical, Electronic Materials, Integrated Circuits, Manufacturing and Design, Materials Science, Mechanical, Signal Processing and Communications, and Structural Materials.
UCLA Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
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Contents
What’s New? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Student Responsibilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Declaring Nonattendance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Fee Disclaimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Fee Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Mandatory Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Document Fee Instructional Enhancement Initiative Fee
Registration Confirmation
Paying Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
BruinPay Plan Student Health Insurance
Nonresident Supplemental Tuition Exemptions . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Reduced Fee Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Late Payment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Fee Waiver Requests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Holds
Refunds and Reductions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Cancellation of Registration Withdrawal
Schedule of Refunds Refund Schedule
Graduate Students
Winter 2016 Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Miscellaneous Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Course Materials and Services Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Billing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Fee Disclaimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
BruinBill Accounts and Charges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Methods of Payment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Medical Insurance Waivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Financial Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Financial Aid and Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Loan Services Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Fellowships and Financial Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Educational Tax Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Sponsored Student Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Enrolling in Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Hepatitis B Vaccine Requirement
MyUCLA Class Planner
MyUCLA Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Enrollment Appointments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Undergraduate Study List Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Wait Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Enrollment in Restricted Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Enforced Requisites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Impacted Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Enrollment in Contract Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Official Study Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Study List Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Undergraduate Study List Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Graduate Study List Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Late Study Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Drop Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Changing Grading Basis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Special Programs Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Concurrent Enrollment Intercampus Visitor Program
Simultaneous UC Enrollment
Winter 2016 Enrollment Appointments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
MyUCLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Password Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Third-Party Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
UCLA Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
BruinAlert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Bruin OnLine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Campus Computer Laboratories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Electronic Mailing Lists (Listservs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Instructional Enhancement Initiative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Newsgroups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Online Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Student Technology Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
UCLA Homepage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
UCLA Library Electronic Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Registrar’s Office Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Establishing Residence for Tuition Purposes
Legal Name Change Official Transcripts Veterans Affairs
Other Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center
BruinCard Bruin Resource Center Career Center
Cultural and Recreational Affairs Dean of Students
Disabilities and Computing Program
Housing Services
International Student Services
Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Campus Resource Ctr
Libraries Mental Health Services
Office for Students with Disabilities Ombuds Services
Parking and Commuter Services Student Legal Services
Student Organizations, Leadership, and Engagement
UCLA Store: Textbooks and Course Materials
Registrar’s Services Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Student Services Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Academic Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Admission Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Degree Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Class Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Civic Engagement Opportunities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
UCLA Center for Community Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Quarter in Washington, DC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Collegium of University Teaching Fellows Seminars . . . . . . . 45
Intercampus Course Offerings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
UC Online Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Distance Learning at UCLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Distance Learning for Less-Commonly Taught Languages . 46
Academic Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
College Academic Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Academic Counseling Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Official Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Auditing Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Class Attendance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Class Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Disclosure of Student Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Emergencies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Examination Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Harassment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Mobile Phone and Pager Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Nondiscrimination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Official Publications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Plagiarism and Student Copyright . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Student Conduct Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Final Examinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Winter 2016 Final Examinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Final Examination Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Alternate Examination Dates Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Class Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Listing Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Schedule Format at a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
University Buildings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Winter 2016 Class Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Tentative Spring 2016 Class Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202
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UCLA Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
Calendar
Students are responsible for observing the following dates and deadlines as published by the Registrar’s Office. Anything submitted or requested
as an exception to a published deadline is subject to a penalty fee. MyUCLA enrollment deadlines end at midnight on the published date. The
calendar below as well as academic calendars to the year 2022 are available online at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/calendar/.
Winter 2016
Spring 2016
Summer 2016
Filing period for undergraduate online applications (for application information, see
University of California How to Apply website)
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—
—
Last day to file application for graduate admission or readmission, with application fee,
online or at UCLA Graduate Diversity, Inclusion, and Admissions (DIA),1248 Murphy
Hall, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1419
Consult
Department
Consult
Department
Consult
Department
January 1
January 4
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First day to apply online for student campus parking at the student parking application
website
October 7
January 13
Schedule of Classes available online
October 26
January 25
First day for continuing students to check MyUCLA for assigned enrollment
appointments
October 30
January 25
First day to obtain online financial aid applications for 2016-17 academic year
FAFSA
California Dream Act
Last day to apply online for student campus parking
October 30
February 5
Petition for Residence Classification available online (continuing students only)
November 1
February 1
November 6
February 12
Summer Sessions registration begins for UCLA students only
Payment deadline for undergraduate/academic graduate student campus parking
February 1
MyUCLA enrollment priority pass appointments begin
November 9
February 8
MyUCLA enrollment first pass and graduate pass appointments begin
November 12
February 11
MyUCLA enrollment second pass appointments begin
November 19
February 18
Check MyUCLA for registration fees assessment
November 20
February 19
Last day to file Undergraduate Readmission Application at 1113 Murphy Hall (late
applicants pay a late fee)
November 25
February 25
Summer Sessions 2016 travel study financial aid application available online at
http://www.financialaid.ucla.edu
March 1
Summer Sessions registration begins for all students
First day for issuing UCLA BruinCard to new and re-entering students
March 1
December 1
March 1
Priority filing deadline for Summer Sessions 2016 FAFSA/California Dream Act financial
aid applications
Last day to submit in absentia registration petition to Graduate Division Academic
Services, 1255 Murphy Hall
January 11
March 2
December 11
March 11
REGISTRATION FEES PAYMENT DEADLINE
December 20
March 20
Last day to submit Petition for Residence Classification (continuing students only)
December 20
March 20
Last day to waive University of California Student Health Insurance Plan (UCSHIP)
December 20
March 20
Financial aid disburses to BruinBill
January 1, 2016
March 18
Campus residence halls open
January 3
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QUARTER BEGINS
January 4
March 23
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INSTRUCTION BEGINS
January 4
March 28
varies, see below
LATE registration fees automatically assessed to students not paid
January 6
March 28
Classes dropped if fee payment is not completed by 5 p.m.
January 15
March 24
Summer Sessions 2016 UCLA financial aid application for continuing students available
online at http://www.financialaid.ucla.edu
April 1
Filing deadline for Summer Sessions travel study 2016 financial aid applications
LAST DAY (Friday of Second Week) - Study List becomes official
1. To DROP impacted courses
2. To change Study List (add, drop courses) without fee through MyUCLA
3. To enroll in courses for credit without late Study List fee through MyUCLA
4. To check wait lists for courses through MyUCLA
5. To file advancement to candidacy petition for master’s degree with major department
6. To file graduate leave of absence petition with Graduate Division Academic Services
7. To submit filing fee application to Graduate Division Academic Services
(for Summer, submit at least 10 days prior to filing deadline)
8. To file undergraduate tuition reduction request with College or school
9. To declare bachelor’s degree candidacy for current term (with fee depending on units
completed—see Degree Policies in the Academic Policies section for details)
10. For full refund on textbooks with UCLA Store receipt (exception made with proof of
drop or withdrawal up to eighth week)
April 1
January 15
April 8
UCLA Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
LAST DAY (Friday of Third Week)
Calendar / 3
Winter 2016
Spring 2016
January 22
April 15
January 29
April 22
Summer 2016
1. For all undergraduate students to ADD courses with per-course fee through MyUCLA
2. For undergraduate and graduate students to file late Study List with fee
3. Undergraduates approved for reduced tuition are audited (must be enrolled in 10
units or less to be eligible for reduction) as of this date
4. For UCLA graduate students to submit UC intercampus exchange application to
Graduate Division Academic Services (non-UCLA students submit to local campus)
5. Financial aid census date; enrolled units verified to determine eligibility for term
LAST DAY (Friday of Fourth Week)
1. For all undergraduates to DROP nonimpacted courses without a transcript notation
with per-transaction fee through MyUCLA
2. Undergraduate course materials fees are assessed based on enrollment on Friday of
fourth week (see Miscellaneous Fees)
Priority filing deadline for Summer Sessions 2016 UCLA financial aid applications for
continuing students
LAST DAY (Friday of Sixth Week)
April 29
February 12
May 6
February 19
May 13
May 20
1. For undergraduates to change grading basis (optional P/NP) with per-transaction fee
through MyUCLA
LAST DAY (Friday of Seventh Week)
1. For Letters and Science undergraduates to DROP nonimpacted courses with
transcript notation and per-course fee through MyUCLA
Fee deferral and BruinPay Plan final payment deadline
February 20
Priority filing deadline for financial aid applications (FAFSA/California Dream Act)
for 2016-17 academic year
March 2
Last day for continuing students to file undergraduate scholarship applications
for 2016-17 academic year
March 2
Last day to file completed and committee-approved copies of theses for master’s
degrees and dissertations for doctoral degrees to be conferred in current term with
Graduate Division Academic Services by 5 p.m.
March 8
May 31
September 7
varies, see below
INSTRUCTION ENDS
March 11
June 3
Last day to withdraw from current term (for retroactive withdrawal policies, consult
advising office)
March 11
June 3
LAST DAY (Friday of Tenth Week)
March 11
June 3
Common Final Examinations
March 12-13
June 4-5
Final Examinations
March 14-18
June 6-10
QUARTER ENDS
March 18
June 10
Campus residence halls close
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June 10
Commencement weekend (by College/school)
—
June 10-12
First day to obtain GPA for term grades through MyUCLA
March 30
June 22
1. For Letters and Science undergraduates to DROP nonimpacted courses by petition
with instructor approval, per-course fee, and transcript notation
2. For graduate students to change grading basis (optional S/U) with per-course fee
through MyUCLA
3. For graduate students to ADD/DROP courses with per-course fee through MyUCLA
Summer Sessions
Session A
6 weeks
8 weeks
9 weeks
10 weeks
June 20–July 29
June 20–August 12
June 20–August 19
June 20–August 26
Session C
6 weeks
August 1—
September 9
*See Summer Sessions calendar for additional dates and deadlines.
Academic and administrative holidays
January 18
February 15
March 25
May 30
Deadlines are subject to change. See http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/calendar/ for updates.
July 4
September 5
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Winter 2016
Registration
Registration consists of paying fees and enrolling in classes.
1. Registration fees and other University charges are due the
20th of each month. BruinBill accounts can be viewed through
MyUCLA.
2. Enrollment in classes is completed through MyUCLA (see the
Enrollment section and the MyUCLA section for full details).
the fourth week of the term. A summary of these fees appears in the
Miscellaneous Fees chart. Applicable fees also appear with the
class listing in the online Schedule of Classes.
Items such as room and board costs for living on campus or books
and supplies are also not included in mandatory fees.
Complete both processes by the established deadlines (see the
Calendar section) to be officially registered and enrolled for the term.
Self-Supporting Programs. Students in self-supporting programs
pay a flat annual fee. For fee information, see http://www.registrar
.ucla.edu/fees/selfsupporting.htm. For specific details, consult the
individual program.
Student Responsibilities
Summer Sessions. UCLA Summer Sessions has a separate fee
schedule; for information, see http://www.summer.ucla.edu.
Address, Mobile Telephone, and E-mail
Changes
Document Fee
Students must keep their UCLA mailing and e-mail addresses and
mobile telephone numbers up to date, and may change them on
MyUCLA. Keeping this information current allows students to be
reached through the BruinAlert system.
Declaring Nonattendance
A student may declare nonattendance if he or she is not planning to
attend UCLA for a term and registration fees have not been paid for
that term. If the student uses this option on MyUCLA, be sure to
consult the Academic Policies section in this Schedule for readmission information.
For a graduate student, declaring nonattendance does not place the
student on an official leave of absence. That status requires submission of a Leave of Absence Request, obtained from the Graduate
Division website, for department and Graduate Division approval.
Fee Disclaimer
The tuition, fees, and charges posted here are estimates based on
currently approved amounts. These figures may not be final. Actual
tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by the Regents of
the University of California and could be affected by state funding
reductions. Accordingly, final approved levels (and thus a student’s
final balance due) may differ from the amounts shown.
Fee Descriptions
For detailed descriptions of UCLA and universitywide fees, see the
Fees section of the Registrar’s Office website at http://www.registrar
.ucla.edu/fees/ and click on the UCLA Student Fee Descriptions link.
See also the Office of Academic Planning and Budget website at
http://www.apb.ucla.edu/fees.html.
Mandatory Fees
Mandatory fees including tuition, the student services fee, professional degree supplemental tuition, and nonresident supplemental
tuition—as well as UCLA campus-based fees—are flat fees based
on enrollment status (e.g., undergraduate, graduate student, professional school student), not on the number of enrolled units.
Mandatory fees do not include additional course or unit-based
fees—such as course materials and services fees—that may be
assessed based on enrollment in selected courses as of Friday of
New undergraduate and graduate students (excluding students
enrolled exclusively in Dental, Law, and Medical degree programs)
are assessed a mandatory one-time Document Fee. The fee covers
lifetime access to official transcripts and academic verifications for
the specified degree program without a fee for standard processing.
Fees also are no longer charged for incomplete grade removals and
mailing the initial diploma. The Document Fee is assessed to BruinBill accounts for all students starting a new degree program during
their first term of matriculation. Eligible students may use financial
aid to cover the Document Fee cost. The fee is as follows:
Undergraduate student
Master’s Degree student
Doctoral student
Summer Session student
$165
80
100
50
Current students, alumni, and former students receive the same
Document Fee benefits but are exempt from the fee since they have
already been subject to various fees for these documents and services for their degree program. However, if a current or former student returns to UCLA for a new degree program, the student is
assessed the appropriate Document Fee amount. For more information and details about the Document Fee, see the fee charts later in
this section, and the Document Fee information sheet at http://www
.registrar.ucla.edu/pdf/documentfee.pdf.
Instructional Enhancement Initiative Fee
The Instructional Enhancement Initiative (IEI) fee is a course materials fee assessed to all undergraduate students. The fee supports the
use of technology in undergraduate education. This flat fee is
charged to undergraduate students and assessed at the same time
as University mandatory and campus-based fees. It is subject to the
same refund policies as other campus-based fees. Education
Abroad Program reciprocity students and CAPPP (Washington
internship) students are exempt from the IEI fee. See Instructional
Enhancement Initiative in the UCLA Online section of this Schedule
and the IEI website at http://www.iei.ucla.edu for details about the
materials and services supported by the fee.
Registration Confirmation
Check registration status on MyUCLA to confirm that registration
fees payments have been processed. It is especially important to do
this prior to the deadline for dropping classes due to nonpayment of
registration fees (see the Calender section for current deadlines).
UCLA Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
Paying Fees
Payments can be paid by e-check or credit card through MyUCLA,
mailed, or deposited in the Payment Solutions and Compliance
office dropbox at 1125 Murphy Hall.
School of Management FEMBA students
Fall Quarter
Year 1
Years 2+
Winter Quarter
Spring Quarter
August 1-20
September 1-20
December 1-20
March 1-20
School of Medicine Students
BruinPay Plan
The BruinPay Plan (BPP) permits a quarter-term student to make
three monthly payments for quarterly charges, and a semester-term
student to make four monthly payments for semester charges. Students must re-enroll in BPP each term to use this payment method.
The first installment and a nonrefundable administrative fee are due
at the time of enrollment in the BruinPay Plan. Payments are made
using free e-check transactions or by credit card for a fee. Automatic
monthly payment deductions are required during the BPP period. As
banks have different format requirements, students should check
with their bank for accurate routing and account numbers if the free
e-check option is chosen. For details, see the Student Accounts
FAQ about BruinPay Plan at http://tinyurl.com/9lew68r.
Student Health Insurance
Insurance is a condition of registration at the University of California.
As such, the cost of the University of California Student Health
Insurance Plan (UCSHIP) is billed along with other UCLA fees each
academic term. The UCSHIP fee is waivable if a waiver is submitted
by the fee payment deadline for each term. Waiving UCSHIP is an
online process.
UCSHIP fulfills all of the requirements mandated for qualified medical/health insurance as defined by the University. The Ashe Student
Health and Wellness Center is the primary health care provider for
UCSHIP and is where all nonemergency medical care must be initiated for UCSHIP claim payment consideration. See http://www.stu
denthealth.ucla.edu.
Waiving UCSHIP
Students may waive UCSHIP if they (1) maintain active enrollment in
a qualified medical/health insurance plan that meets all established
requirements, (2) apply for a UCSHIP waiver each term within established deadlines, and (3) correctly complete the online UCSHIP
waiver form.
Students must apply for a UCSHIP waiver online. A pre-waiver
worksheet is available to assist students before they complete an
actual waiver. See the Ashe Center website for details, including a
definition of qualified private medical/health insurance. If the private
insurance plan does not meet waiver criteria, the waiver will be denied.
Select the Insurance tab on http://www.studenthealth.ucla.edu and
select the appropriate waiver link. When waiving UCSHIP, students
are responsible for knowing the benefits of and local providers for
their medical plan.
Deadlines for Waiving UCSHIP
Third-party individuals may not waive UCSHIP for a student. Waivers must be submitted by the stated deadlines whether or not fees
have been paid by that date. Deadlines are strictly enforced; see the
Calendar section.
The schedule for waiving UCSHIP is as follows:
School of Law Students
Fall Semester
LLM
Year 1
Years 2, 3
Spring Semester
Registration / 5
July 1-August 10
July 1-August 10
July 1-August 20
December 1-20
Fall Semester
Year 4
Years 1, 2, 3
Spring Semester
June 1-20
July 1-20
December 1-20
All other students
Fall Quarter
Winter Quarter
Spring Quarter
September 1-20
December 1-20
March 1-20
The UCSHIP Winter Quarter/Spring Semester waiver website is
available December 1 through 20, 2015.
The above information serves as official notice of the UCLA mandatory
medical/health insurance requirement. All students are responsible
for providing complete and accurate information that must be submitted by the stated deadlines. For additional deadline information,
pre-waiver worksheet, and a glossary of insurance terms, see the
Ashe Center website at http://www.studenthealth.ucla.edu.
Nonresident Supplemental
Tuition Exemptions
The following categories of students may be entitled to an exemption from nonresident supplemental tuition: (1) active duty member
of the U.S. Armed Forces stationed in California for noneducational
purposes, or who has been on active duty for a period of more than
30 days and who meets the requirements set forth in the Higher
Education Opportunity Act of 2008; (2) a student who is discharged
from the U.S. Armed Forces after having been stationed in California
on active duty for at least 366 days; (3) dependent children, stepchildren, spouse, or registered domestic partner of an active duty member of the military stationed in California; (4) effective July 2015,
certain nonresident veterans (and their dependents) who were separated from U.S. military service within 36 months of enrolling at UC
and are eligible for G.I. Bill (Post-9/11 or Montgomery) program
funds; (5) unmarried dependent children under age 21, spouses, or
registered domestic partners of members of the UC faculty who are
members of the Academic Senate; (6) unmarried dependent children, spouses, or registered domestic partners of full-time UC
employees who are assigned to work outside of California; (7) children, spouses, or registered domestic partners of deceased public
law enforcement or fire suppression employees killed in the course
of their official duties who were California residents at the time of
their death; (8) dependent children of California residents; (9) graduates of a California high school operated by the Federal Bureau of
Indian Affairs; (10) credentialed employees of a California public
school; (11) amateur student athletes training at the U.S. Olympic
Training Center in Chula Vista; (12) students who attended high
school in California for three years and graduated from a California
high school (or attained the equivalent), except students who are
nonimmigrant aliens; (13) recipients of the Congressional Medal of
Honor and their children under age 28; (14) dependent or ward of
the state through the California child welfare system (foster youth).
For more details about these exemptions see the UC Residence Policy and Guidelines at http://www.ucop.edu/general-counsel/_files/
ed-affairs/uc-residencepolicy.pdf.
Students who believe they are entitled to one of these exemptions
must apply for it before registering. Without this authorization,
students are not permitted to register without paying the entire fee.
Graduate and undergraduate students should apply for a fee exem-
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ption at the Registrar’s Office. For more information, see http://www
.registrar.ucla.edu/fees/.
Establishing Residence
For more information about establishing and evaluating residence
for tuition purposes and related fee exemptions, see the Residence
section of the Appendix in the UCLA General Catalog or the Registrar’s Office website at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/residence/.
Doctoral Candidates
Nonresident graduate doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy are eligible for a 100 percent reduction in their annual nonresident supplemental tuition. See the Academic Policies section for
requirements.
Reduced Fee Programs
UCLA Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
After Friday of the Second Week
Students who enroll in classes and pay registration fees after Friday
of the second week of classes are assessed both the late Study List
fee and the late registration fee, resulting in extra costs to register
and enroll. The Enrollment Petition, available online at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/, must be used for this process.
Undergraduate students must obtain the instructor’s signature for
each course listed and obtain approval from the academic College
or school.
Graduate students (GD college code) must obtain approval from
their authorized departmental adviser.
Dentistry, Law, and Medicine students must have the written
approval of their respective student affairs office.
File the Enrollment Petition at 1113 Murphy Hall after paying fees for
the term. Late registration is complete when students pay registration fees and enroll in classes.
Fee assessment for reduction in fees is based on total units enrolled
(10 units or less) as of Friday of the third week of classes.
Fee Waiver Requests
Undergraduates
Late registration, processing, and penalty fees are waivable on
request in writing to the office assessing the fees only if they were
incurred through the fault of the University or because a student suffered a sudden and debilitating injury or accident.
Certain undergraduate students, when properly approved by the
dean of their College/school for enrollment in 10 units or less, may
be eligible for a one-half reduction in the tuition portion of registration fees and a one-half reduction in nonresident supplemental
tuition, if applicable. File a Fee Reduction Request (available at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/) with the academic dean’s
office by Friday of week two. Except for these qualified and
approved part-time students, there is no reduction in the student
services fee, tuition, nonresident supplemental tuition, IEI fee, student union, or Undergraduate Students Association fees.
Holds
Students may have holds placed on their student records, which
could affect registration, enrollment, financial aid, campus services,
and/or release of academic transcripts, for the following reasons:
1. Failure to comply with admission or academic provisions
2. Failure to settle financial obligations with the University
Graduate Students
For graduate students there is no reduction in the student services
fee, tuition, nonresident supplemental tuition, or student union or
Graduate Students Association fees for less than full-time programs.
Graduate students may be eligible for and billed the filing fee (half
the full amount of the student services fee) in lieu of full registration
fees for the term in which they expect to complete final degree
requirements. See the Academic Policies section for requirements,
or see https://grad.ucla.edu/gasaa/etd/filingfee.htm.
Graduate students taking coursework or conducting research
related to their degree programs outside California may be eligible
for in absentia registration, and reduction of the student services
fee and tuition. See the Academic Policies section for more information, or see https://grad.ucla.edu/gasaa/library/absentia.htm.
University Employees
Full-time University employees may apply for a reduction of the
student services fee and tuition at their Campus Human Resources
office. Applications are available on the Campus Human Resources
website at http://www.chr.ucla.edu. Students who receive the parttime fee reduction from their academic dean may not also use the
UC employee reduction; students must use one or the other.
Late Payment
A late payment fee is assessed to all students paying registration
fees after the deadline. Late registration is complete once students
pay registration fees and enroll in classes.
3. Failure to respond to official notices
Each student who becomes subject to a hold action is given
advance notice and ample time to respond. The hold must be
released by the initiating office before a student may enroll in
classes or receive various campus services. Obtain information on
holds through MyUCLA.
Refunds and Reductions
Under the conditions described below, some UCLA students may
be eligible for a full or partial refund of fees paid.
Cancellation of Registration
Prior to the first day of instruction, students may cancel registration
by completing and submitting a Cancellation of Registration form,
available at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/. Refund is as follows: new students receive a 100 percent refund for fees paid
except for the nonrefundable acceptance of admission fee and a
service fee; all other students receive a 100 percent refund for fees
paid minus the service fee. (See Miscellaneous Fees for service fee
information.) A student who purchased the University of California
Student Health Insurance Plan (UCSHIP), cancels registration, and
receives a 100 percent refund loses all UCSHIP coverage and benefits for the term.
New students who cancel must file a new application for admission
if they wish to return to UCLA.
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Winter 2016
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Withdrawal
The schedule of refunds is applied to fees paid as follows:
Students who withdraw from the University once instruction begins
must file an acceptable Withdrawal Notice form, available online at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/.
Refund Schedule
Failing to attend classes, neglecting courses, or stopping payment
on checks tendered for registration does not constitute notice of
withdrawal. A fine is assessed if any check for registration fees
payment is returned by a bank for any reason, including stopped
payment or insufficient funds. If no credit for courses is received, a
full refund of the student services fee for the regular session is
granted to all students entering the armed forces prior to Friday of
the sixth week of the term, with no refund thereafter.
Schedule of Refunds
A percentage of the registration fees paid is refunded according to
the calendar date on which the official Withdrawal Notice or Leave
of Absence Request is submitted to the academic dean.
Service Fee and Nonrefundable Fees. A service fee is deducted
from all 100 percent refunds. For new students, the schedule of
refunds is applied to the fees paid minus the nonrefundable acceptance of admission fee and the service fee. Fees paid by new Dentistry, J.D., and S.J.D. students are refunded except for their
respective nonrefundable acceptance of admissions deposit. Registration fees refunds take one to two weeks to process. See Miscellaneous Fees for service fee information.
UCSHIP Benefits. There is no automatic refund of the UCSHIP fee.
A student who purchases UCSHIP, withdraws, and receives a less
than 100 percent refund may not request a UCSHIP refund because
UCSHIP coverage remains active for the term. A student who purchases UCSHIP, cancels registration, and receives a 100 percent
refund loses all UCSHIP coverage and benefits for the term.
To request a UCSHIP refund, eligible students must contact the
Ashe Center insurance office at [email protected] before the
end of the current term. Include full student name, UID number, date
of birth, and reason for refund request. The UCSHIP office will verify
that no benefits have been accessed and no plan services have
been used before any refund is considered. This process may take
up to 30 business days to complete. No UCSHIP refund is granted if
any claim has been paid. If approved, the refund is processed
through BruinBill approximately three to five working days after
receipt of request.
Sponsored Students, Deferrals, and Waivers. If a sponsored student (on financial aid) pays registration fees with personal funds, a
refund is initiated automatically through BruinBill. Students who initially pay registration fees with financial aid, a fee deferral, or a fee
waiver, and subsequently cancel or withdraw, do not receive a cash
refund and may be liable for repayment of registration fees.
New Students Receiving
Federal Financial Aid
100%
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
0%
on or before January 4
January 5-10
January 11-17
January 18-24
January 25-31
February 1-7
February 8-14
On or after February 15
All Other Students
100%
on or before January 4
90%
January 5-10
50%
January 11-21
25%
January 22-February 7
0%
on or after February 8
Self-Supporting Programs. The refund schedule shown may not
apply to students in self-supporting programs. Students enrolled in a
self-supporting program should consult their program adviser
regarding refunds.
Graduate Students
Graduate Leaves of Absence. For graduate students on official
leave of absence, a percentage of registration fees paid is refunded
according to the calendar date on which the official Leave of
Absence Request is submitted to the Graduate Division. If fees are
paid by departmental funds, students may end up owing fees if the
leave of absence petition is filed after the first day of classes. See
refund table above; for more information, see https://grad.ucla.edu/
academics/graduate-study/leave-of-absence-request/.
In Absentia Registration. Graduate students taking coursework or
conducting research related to their degree programs outside California may be eligible for in absentia registration, and reduction of
the student services fee and tuition. See the Academic Policies
section for more information, or see https://grad.ucla.edu/gasaa/
library/absentia.htm.
Filing Fee. Graduate students may be eligible for the filing fee in
lieu of full registration fees. See the Academic Policies section for
more information, or see https://grad.ucla.edu/etd/filingfee.htm.
Fee Deferrals. Academic apprentice personnel are eligible to
receive a fee deferral for part or all of the registration fees assessed
during the term in which they serve as an academic apprentice.
Students are responsible for paying fees by the deferred payment
deadline, which is generally two months after the standard term due
date. Whether students attend UCLA, take a leave of absence, or
withdraw from the University, they are responsible for the registration fees assessed but may be eligible to receive a partial fee refund,
according to the refund schedule above. Fees not paid by the deadline are subject to the late fee charge.
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UCLA Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
Winter 2016 Fees
Fees are subject to revision without notice
The charges below include tuition, student services fee, professional degree supplemental tuition, and other charges, as well as UCLA campus-based fees that are assessed to all full-time students. The charges are flat fees based on enrollment status (e.g., undergraduate, graduate
student, professional school student), not the number of enrolled units. They do not include additional course or unit-based fees such as
course materials fees that may be assessed for enrollment in selected courses, room and board costs for living on campus, or books and supplies. Summer Sessions has a separate fee schedule; see http://www.summer.ucla.edu. For information on reduced fee programs see
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/soc/registration.htm#reduced.
The tuition, fees, and charges posted to the student billing statement are estimates based on existing amounts. These figures may not be not
final. Actual tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by the Regents of the University of California and could be affected by state funding reductions. Accordingly, final approved tuition and fee levels (and thus the student’s final balance due) may differ from the amounts shown.
See http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/fees/ for updated fee information.
Undergraduate
Students/Quarter
Resident
Student Services Fee a
Tuition a
Academic Master’s
Students/Quarter
Nonresident
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
Undergraduate Students Association Fee
41.33
41.33
4.80
4.80
13.85
13.85
1.36
1.36
1.57
1.57
Arts Restoring Community Fee
c
Nonresident
$ 340.00
108.00
Bruin Bash Fee c, e
Resident
$ 340.00
108.00
PLEDGE Fee c, d
Nonresident
$ 340.00
3,740.00
Green Initiative Fee
Resident
$ 340.00
3,740.00
c
Nonresident
Architecture M.Arch. I
Students/Quarter
$ 340.00
b
InstructionalEnhancementInitiativeFee
Resident
Academic Doctoral
Students/Quarter
Graduate Students Association Fee
Graduate Writing Center Fee c
Ackerman Student Union Fee
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
Ackerman/Kerckhoff Seismic Fee f
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
Wooden Center Fee
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
StudentPrograms,Activities,andResource
Center Fee g
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
643.62
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
UC Student Health Insurance Plan
643.62
Nonresident Supplemental Tuition h
8,236.00
5,034.00
5,034.00
ProfessionalDegreeSupplementalTuitioni
Continuing Students
Total Mandatory Fees
Document Fee j
New Students
Total Mandatory Fees
1,066.83
4,082.00
2,667.00
2,667.00
$5,006.53
$13,242.53
$5,277.25
$10,311.25
$5,277.25
$10,311.25
$7,944.25
$12,026.25
165.00
165.00
80.00
80.00
100.00
100.00
80.00
80.00
$5,171.53
$13,407.53
$5,357.25
$10,391.25
$5,377.25
$10,411.25
$8,024.25
$12,106.25
a. For graduate student in absentia fees, see Mandatory Systemwide Charges for Graduate Students Registered In Absentia at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/pdf/inabsentia15-16.pdf.
b. Effective Fall Quarter 2014, the unit-based IEI fee is converted to a campus-based flat fee. This is not a fee increase.
c. Per University policy, 25 percent of this campus-based compulsory fee is used for local, need-based financial aid.
d. $13.85 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $13.84 is charged in Spring Quarter.
e. $1.37 is charged in Fall Quarter and $1.36 is charged in Winter and Spring Quarters.
f. $38 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $37 is charged in Spring Quarter.
g. $36 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $35 is charged in Spring Quarter.
h. For graduate professional students, $4,082 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $4,081 is charged in Spring Quarter. Beginning with
the first academic term following advancement to doctoral candidacy, nonresident supplemental tuition for graduate students is reduced
by 100% for a maximum of three years including nonregistered time periods.
i. M.Arch. I students: $2,667 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $2,666 is charged in Spring Quarter.
j. The nonrefundable Document Fee (undergraduate $165, master’s program $80, doctoral program $100) is assessed one time to all
incoming students except those enrolled exclusively in Dentistry, Law, and Medicine, and is valid for the life of their career in that student
classification.
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Winter 2016 Fees
Fees are subject to revision without notice
The charges below include tuition, student services fee, professional degree supplemental tuition, and other charges as well as UCLA campus-based fees that are assessed to all full-time students. The charges are flat fees based on enrollment status (e.g., undergraduate, graduate
student, professional school student), not the number of enrolled units. They do not include additional course or unit-based fees such as
course materials fees that may be assessed for enrollment in selected courses, room and board costs for living on campus, or books and supplies. Summer Sessions has a separate fee schedule; see http://www.summer.ucla.edu. For information on reduced fee programs see
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/soc/registration.htm#reduced.
The tuition, fees, and charges posted to the student billing statement are estimates based on existing amounts. These figures may not be not
final. Actual tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by the Regents of the University of California and could be affected by state funding reductions. Accordingly, final approved tuition and fee levels (and thus the student’s final balance due) may differ from the amounts shown.
See http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/fees/ for updated fee information.
Student Services Fee
Tuition
a
a
Graduate Students Association Fee
Graduate Writing Center Fee b
Ackerman Student Union Fee
Art
M.F.A. Students/Quarter
Dentistry
D.D.S. Students/Quarter
Environmental Science and
Engineering (IoES) D.Env.
Students/Quarter
Nursing
M.S.N. Students/Quarter
Resident
Resident
Resident
Resident
Nonresident
Nonresident
Nonresident
Nonresident
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
Wooden Center Fee
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
StudentPrograms,Activities,andResource
Center Fee d
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
Ackerman/Kerckhoff Seismic Fee
c
UC Student Health Insurance Plan
Nonresident Supplemental Tuition
e
ProfessionalDegreeSupplementalTuitionf
Gown and Instrument Fee
Continuing Students
Total Mandatory Fees
Document Fee h
New Students
Total Mandatory Fees
4,082.00
2,826.00
1,766.00
g
4,082.00
8,546.00
7,391.00
510.00
510.00
$14,243.25
$17,260.25
4,082.00
4,082.00
2,520.00
2,533.00
3,343.00
3,343.00
$7,797.25
$11,892.25
$8,620.25
$12,702.25
$8,103.25
$11,125.25
80.00
80.00
100.00
100.00
80.00
80.00
$8,183.25
$11,205.25
$7,897.25
$11,992.25
$8,700.25
$12,782.25
a. For graduate student in absentia fees, see Mandatory Systemwide Charges for Graduate Students Registered In Absentia at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/pdf/inabsentia15-16.pdf.
b. Per University policy, 25 percent of this campus-based compulsory fee is used for local, need-based financial aid.
c. $38 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $37 is charged in Spring Quarter.
d. $36 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $35 is charged in Spring Quarter.
e. For graduate professional students, $4,082 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $4,081 is charged in Spring Quarter. Beginning with
the first academic term following advancement to doctoral candidacy, nonresident supplemental tuition for graduate students is reduced
by 100% for a maximum of three years including nonregistered time periods.
f. For D.D.S. nonresidents, $7,391 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $7,390 is charged in Spring Quarter.
g. A Gown and Instrument Fee of $510 is also assessed in summer.
h. The nonrefundable Document Fee (undergraduate $165, master’s program $80, doctoral program $100) is assessed one time to all
incoming students except those enrolled exclusively in Dentistry, Law, and Medicine, and is valid for the life of their career in that student
classification.
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UCLA Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
Winter 2016 Fees
Fees are subject to revision without notice
The charges below include tuition, student services fee, professional degree supplemental tuition, and other charges as well as UCLA campus-based fees that are assessed to all full-time students. The charges are flat fees based on enrollment status (e.g., undergraduate, graduate
student, professional school student), not the number of enrolled units. They do not include additional course or unit-based fees such as
course materials fees that may be assessed for enrollment in selected courses, room and board costs for living on campus, or books and supplies. Summer Sessions has a separate fee schedule; see http://www.summer.ucla.edu. For information on reduced fee programs see
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/soc/registration.htm#reduced.
The tuition, fees, and charges posted to the student billing statement are estimates based on existing amounts. These figures may not be not
final. Actual tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by the Regents of the University of California and could be affected by state funding reductions. Accordingly, final approved tuition and fee levels (and thus the student’s final balance due) may differ from the amounts shown.
See http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/fees/ for updated fee information.
Public Health M.P.H.
Students/Quarter
Resident
Student Services Fee
Tuition
a
a
Graduate Students Association Fee
Graduate Writing Center Feeb
Ackerman Student Union Fee
Public Health Dr.P.H.
Students/Quarter
Nonresident
Resident
Nonresident
Public Policy M.P.P.
Students/Quarter
Resident
Social Welfare M.S.W.
Students/Quarter
Nonresident
Resident
Nonresident
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
Wooden Center Fee
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
StudentPrograms,Activities,andResource
Center Fee d
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
Ackerman/Kerckhoff Seismic Fee
c
UC Student Health Insurance Plan
Nonresident Supplemental Tuition
e
ProfessionalDegreeSupplementalTuitionf
Continuing Student
Total Mandatory Fees
Document Fee g
New Student
Total Mandatory Fees
4,082.00
4,082.00
4,082.00
4,082.00
2,400.00
2,552.00
2,400.00
2,552.00
2,551.00
2,721.00
1,967.00
2,111.00
$7,677.25
$11,911.25
$7,677.25
$11,911.25
$7,828.25
$12,080.25
$7,244.25
$11,470.25
80.00
80.00
100.00
100.00
80.00
80.00
80.00
80.00
$7,757.25
$11,991.25
$7,777.25
$12,011.25
$7,908.25
$12,160.25
$7,324.25
$11,550.25
a. For graduate student in absentia fees, see Mandatory Systemwide Charges for Graduate Students Registered In Absentia at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/pdf/inabsentia15-16.pdf.
b. Per University policy, 25 percent of this campus-based compulsory fee is used for local, need-based financial aid.
c. $38 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $37 is charged in Spring Quarter.
d. $36 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $35 is charged in Spring Quarter.
e. For graduate professional students, $4,082 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $4,081 is charged in Spring Quarter. Beginning with
the first academic term following advancement to doctoral candidacy, nonresident supplemental tuition for graduate students is reduced
by 100% for a maximum of three years including nonregistered time periods.
f. M.P.P. students: For nonresidents, $2,721 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $2,720 is charged in Spring Quarter.
g. The nonrefundable Document Fee (undergraduate $165, master’s program $80, doctoral program $100) is assessed one time to all
incoming students except those enrolled exclusively in Dentistry, Law, and Medicine, and is valid for the life of their career in that student
classification.
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Winter 2016 Fees
Fees are subject to revision without notice
The charges below include tuition, student services fee, professional degree supplemental tuition, and other charges as well as UCLA campus-based fees that are assessed to all full-time students. The charges are flat fees based on enrollment status (e.g., undergraduate, graduate
student, professional school student), not the number of enrolled units. They do not include additional course or unit-based fees such as
course materials fees that may be assessed for enrollment in selected courses, room and board costs for living on campus, or books and supplies. Summer Sessions has a separate fee schedule; see http://www.summer.ucla.edu. For information on reduced fee programs see
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/soc/registration.htm#reduced.
The tuition, fees, and charges posted to the student billing statement are estimates based on existing amounts. These figures may not be not
final. Actual tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by the Regents of the University of California and could be affected by state funding reductions. Accordingly, final approved tuition and fee levels (and thus the student’s final balance due) may differ from the amounts shown.
See http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/fees/ for updated fee information.
Theater, Film, and
Television M.F.A.
Students/Quarter
Resident
Student Services
Tuition
Fee a
a
Graduate Students Association Fee
b
Graduate Writing Center Fee c
Ackerman Student Union Fee
d
Urban Planning M.U.R.P.
Students/Quarter
Nonresident
Resident
Nonresident
Law
J.D. Students/Semester
Resident
Nonresident
Medicine
M.D. Students/Semester
Resident
Nonresident
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 340.00
$ 510.00
$ 510.00
$ 510.00
$ 510.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
3,740.00
5,610.00
5,610.00
5,610.00
5,610.00
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
19.12
19.12
19.12
19.12
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
8.50
8.50
8.50
8.50
21.00
21.00
21.00
21.00
31.50
31.50
31.50
31.50
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
56.50
56.50
56.50
56.50
Wooden Center Fee
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
25.50
25.50
25.50
25.50
StudentPrograms,Activities,andResource
Center Fee e
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
53.50
53.50
53.50
53.50
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,066.83
1,600.24
1,600.24
1,600.24
1,600.24
Ackerman/Kerckhoff Seismic Fee
UC Student Health Insurance Plan
Nonresident Supplemental Tuition
f
ProfessionalDegreeSupplementalTuitiong
4,082.00
3,337.00
3,337.00
4,082.00
2,083.00
2,237.00
Materials andTechnology Fee for students
admitted Fall 2008 and later
Continuing Student
Total Mandatory Fees
Document Fee h
New Student
Total Mandatory Fees
$8,614.25
$12,696.25
$7,360.25
$11,596.25
80.00
80.00
80.00
80.00
$8,694.25
$12,776.25
$7,440.25
$11,676.25
6,122.00
15,877.00
13,002.00
450.00
450.00
$24,241.86
$27,488.86
6,122.00
10,255.00
10,255.00
$18,169.86
$24,291.86
a. For graduate student in absentia fees, see Mandatory Systemwide Charges for Graduate Students Registered In Absentia at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/pdf/inabsentia15-16.pdf
b. $19.13 is charged in Fall Semester and $19.12 is charged in Spring Semester.
c. Per University policy, 25 percent of this campus-based compulsory fee is used for local, need-based financial aid.
d. $38 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $37 is charged in Spring Quarter.
e. $36 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $35 is charged in Spring Quarter.
f. For graduate professional students, $4,082 is charged in Fall and Winter Quarters and $4,081 is charged in Spring Quarter; for semester
students, $6,123 is charged in Fall Semester and $6,122 is charged in Spring Semester. Beginning with the first academic term following
advancement to doctoral candidacy, nonresident supplemental tuition for graduate students is reduced by 100% for a maximum of three
years including nonregistered time periods.
g. For J.D. residents, $15,878 is charged in Fall Semester and $15,877 is charged in Spring Semester. For M.D. students, $10,256 is charged
in Fall Semester and $10,255 is charged in Spring Semester.
h. The nonrefundable Document Fee (undergraduate $165, master’s program $80, doctoral program $100) is assessed one time to all
incoming students except those enrolled exclusively in Dentistry, Law, and Medicine, and is valid for the life of their career in that student
classification.
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Miscellaneous Fees
The amounts shown in this document represent fees as currently approved. However, all University fees are subject to change. See http://www.registrar.ucla
.edu/fees/ for updated fee information.
Application and Admissions
Application fee—undergraduate U.S. citizens and permanent residents (includes intercampus transfers)
Application fee—undergraduate international students
Intercampus visitor application fee
Readmission application fee
Late readmission application fee
Acceptance of admission fee (applies toward undergraduate registration fees; nonrefundable)
BruinCard Replacement
Lost
Damaged
Check—Check re-issue fee
Collections
BruinBill delinquent collection fee
Dunning collection fee
Returned check collection
Returned registration fees check collection
Courses and Study Lists
Change in Study List (per course)
Change in Study List after published dates (per course)
Late filing of Study List
Penalty fee (approved exceptions to published deadline)
Removal of I grade (per course)
Retroactive Change of Official Study List fee
Retroactive Drop fee
College of Letters and Science
HSSEAS, SOAA,TFT, Graduate Division
Commencement apparel and announcement rental/purchase
See current individual and package pricing in the Graduation Etc. department of the UCLA Store
or see the Graduation Etc. web page
Degrees and Diplomas
Declaration or change of bachelor’s degree candidacy after 160 units (172 units for Engineering students)
First diploma delivery
USPS first class, U.S. addressee
USPS airmail, international addresse
USPS express mail, U.S. addressee
FedEx, U.S. addressee
FedEx, international addressee
Diploma—duplicate or special order
Duplicate diploma delivery
USPS first class, U.S. addressee
USPS airmail, international addressee
USPS express mail, U.S. addressee
FedEx, U.S. addressee
FedEx, international addressee
In absentia degree processing fee (undergraduate)
Late declaration of candidacy in graduating term fee
Special degree processing fee
Examinations
Credit by examination
UC Analytical Writing Placement Examination (undergraduates only)
Health Plans
Cancellation of UC Student Health Insurance Plans (UCSHIP)
Student health missed appointment
continued
$
70.00
80.00
70.00
70.00
15.00
100.00
23.50
7.50
30.00
20.00
12.00
25.00
50.00
5.00
20.00
50.00
15.00
NO FEE
35.00
50.00
35.00
20.00
NO FEE
NO FEE
25.00
25.00
35.00
75.00
10.00
21.00
25.00
25.00
35.00
100.00
15.00
35.00
5.00
110.00
20.00
20.00
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Miscellaneous Fees
The amounts shown in this document represent fees as currently approved. However, all University fees are subject to change. See http://www.registrar.ucla
.edu/fees/ for updated fee information.
Housing—Application fee
Late Fees
Late payment of registration fees
Late repayment of student short-term loans
Locker—Failure to empty locker within specified period
Penalty Fee (exceptions to published deadline)
Registrar’s Documents
Copies or transmission
Fax, to U.S. fax number
Fax, to international fax number
Early certificate of completion
Good student auto insurance certification
Special handling: notary, signature on envelope, and/or complete separate document
Service Fee for cancellation of registration
Transcript of record, academic or verification (official, per copy)
Expedited (one business day) processing service, per addressee
Delivery
USPS first class to U.S. addressee or airmail to international addressee
USPS express mail to U.S. addressee
FedEx to U.S. addressee
FedEx to international addressee
Verification for third party through National Student Clearinghouse only
30.00
50.00
10.00
5.00
15.00
10.00
15.00
NO FEE
NO FEE
10.00
10.00
NO FEE
15.00
NO FEE
25.00
25.00
35.00
fees vary
GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY
Application1
Academic application fee—U.S. citizens and permanent residents
Academic application fee—international students
School of Dentistry application fee—DDS program2
90.00
110.00
60.00
75.00
School of Law application fee—JD program2
2
Geffen School of Medicine application fee—MD program (see AMCAS application service, www.aamc.org)
Candidacy Advancement to candidacy for doctoral degree
Copyright—Dissertation or thesis copyright fee (optional)
Filing Fee with Graduate Division approval, for final quarter of graduate program (half quarterly student services fee)
fees vary
90.00
55.00
170.00
COURSE MATERIALS AND SERVICES
Athletic supplies not returned—charges assessed based on actual replacement cost
——
Breakage—charges assessed by departments based on actual replacement cost
Materials Use Fee (per course)
Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences 130
Bioengineering 167L, 177B
Chemistry 14BL
Chemistry 14CL
Chemistry 20L
Chemistry 30AL
Chemistry 30BL, 30CL, 136, 144, 154, C174, 184, C274
Chemistry 114, 114H
Chemistry 153L
Conservation of Archeological and Ethnographic Materials 230
Conservation of Archeological and Ethnographic Materials 241
Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences 1
Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences 5
Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences 8
Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences 20
continued
——
80.00
50.00
43.00
49.00
48.00
50.00
60.00
55.00
56.00
200.00
150.00
20.00
30.00
15.00
100.00
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Miscellaneous Fees
The amounts shown in this document represent fees as currently approved. However, all University fees are subject to change. See http://www.registrar.ucla
.edu/fees/ for updated fee information.
COURSE MATERIALS AND SERVICES
Materials Use Fee (per course), continues
Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences 101
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 100L
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 105, 128, 162L
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 109L
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 110
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 112
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 170
GE Clusters 23A, 23B
Integrative Biology and Physiology 13, 107, 111L, 153, 166
Life Sciences 2A, 3A
Life Sciences 23L
Materials Science 104, 140, 143A
Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics 100L
Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics 103AL, 109AL
Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology 104AL, 150AL
Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology 155
Neuroscience 101L
Neuroscience 102
Psychology 116
Course Materials and Services Fees
The UCLA College of Letters and Science and professional schools
assess course materials and services fees to cover the cost of
equipment and to help offset the costs of providing course websites
and computer laboratories. Depending on how the fees were
approved, they are assessed with registration fees or after Friday of
the fourth week of the quarter.
The Materials Use fee (sometimes known as a lab fee) is a course
materials and services fee that is assessed by course unit as of Fri-
25.00
10.00
25.00
20.00
45.00
35.00
15.00
110.00
45.00
10.00
30.00
20.00
50.00
110.00
110.00
45.00
139.00
55.00
181.00
day of the fourth week of the quarter. Students are assessed these
fees regardless of major.
Students are responsible for ensuring that all Study List errors and
omissions are corrected prior to the end of the second week. Students who are approved for late-add enrollment after the third week
of classes are required to pay course materials and services fees.
The fees are billed once a quarter through BruinBill and are nonrefundable once assessed.
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Billing
Fee Disclaimer
The tuition, fees, and charges posted here are estimates based on
currently approved amounts. These figures may not be final. Actual
tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by the Regents of
the University of California and could be affected by state funding
reductions. Accordingly, final approved levels (and thus a student’s
final balance due) may differ from the amounts shown.
BruinBill Accounts and
Charges
All students are assigned a BruinBill account. A BruinBill account
records all charges and payments associated with housing, transportation, and registration, along with other service charges that are
assessed to students. Accounts are administered through an electronic bill.
Students must pay all charges in full by the 20th of the month following the posting date of the charge. Registration fees payment deadlines are as follows:
Fall Term
Winter Term
Spring Term
September 20
December 20
March 20
If the 20th falls on a weekend or holiday, the mail and in-person due
date is the last business day prior to the 20th. Electronic payments
may be made through the 20th. After the 20th, students are
assessed a delinquent fee and a student account hold is placed on
their record until the charges are paid in full. There are no extensions. Please make payments early to avoid problems, especially if
payment is made by check.
If registration fees are not paid in full by the payment deadline,
a late registration fee is assessed, and classes are dropped in accordance with the drop class deadline (see the Calendar section).
Note: The University of California Student Health Insurance Plan
(UCSHIP) fee is part of registration fees and is due and payable at
the time registration fees are paid. For information about waiving
UCSHIP, see the Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center
website at http://www.studenthealth.ucla.edu.
Failure to settle financial obligations with the University results in a
hold being placed on the student’s record. Such a hold could affect
registration, enrollment, financial aid, campus services, and release
of academic transcripts. See the Registration section for additional
information about holds.
Third-Party Access
Students can give select MyUCLA access to parents, guardians, or
other third parties whom they want to view their student information
and even make BruinBill payments. This access gives the University
permission to discuss details of the student’s bill with the third party.
See the MyUCLA section for more information.
Students, and third parties given access by the student, with a valid
e-mail address established in MyUCLA, receive twice-monthly courtesy e-mail reminders prior to payment deadlines.
Methods of Payment
BruinBill
BruinBill accounts are administered electronically (e-bill) through
MyUCLA. Financial activity is displayed for the current term, as well
as account activity for the last 24 months. MyUCLA also provides a
link to important communications from the university regarding registration and university policies. Students can pay their BruinBill
account electronically using electronic checks with no charge, or
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and VISA credit cards for
a fee.
Online Payment
Payment to a student’s BruinBill account can be made online
through MyUCLA at http://my.ucla.edu/directLink.aspx?featureID
=264.
1. BruinPay Plan (BPP) is available to a student who wishes to
establish a per-term monthly payment option through his or
her bank account or credit card. A student may sign up for
BPP prior to the registration fees payment deadline each term
by accessing his or her BruinBill account and checking eligibility for BPP from the My Accounts page (see the My BruinPay Plan box). BPP payments must be made through
automatic monthly payment by free electronic check or by
credit card for a fee. An administrative fee is assessed for this
payment type. Students with three or more returned checks
are not eligible for BPP using e-check.
2. Electronic check (e-check) is an easy way to pay directly
from the student’s checking or savings account. As banks
have different format requirements, students should check
with their bank for accurate routing and account numbers.
Payment is made from the BruinBill My Accounts page and
results in a direct payment from the bank account to UCLA for
the amount specified. There is no fee for this payment
method.
3. Credit card: UCLA accepts payment by American Express,
Discover, MasterCard, and VISA. Payment by credit card is
subject to a 2.75% convenience fee.
4. Western Union is an option for international payments. Processing through Western Union, the student logs into his or
her BruinBill account and chooses the foreign currency payment link. The process generates a letter that the student
prints and takes to his or her bank within 72 hours. A pending
payment shows on the student’s account but does NOT prevent courses from being dropped, release holds, or relieve the
responsibility of making payment on the account. If the student pays within 72 hours, the BruinBill account is updated
and the pending payment is removed. Payments not made
within 72 hours may not fully cover the amount owed.
5. AutoPay Plan allows the student to set up an e-check or
credit card payment that automatically pays the full amount
due each month. The AutoPay Plan is a 12-payment contract.
Students should not choose this method if they plan to use
the BruinPay Plan (BPP), because it does not allow deferral of
charges due.
For information about payment plans and other billing questions,
see http://asksfs.custhelp.com.
In-Person Payment
Students may make payments in person with cash only at the Payment Solutions and Compliance office located at 1125 Murphy Hall,
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. Check payments must be placed in the
dropbox by 4 p.m. for same-day processing. Fax and credit card
payments are not accepted.
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Returned Check Policy
tion. Students are notified of transactions by e-mail when deposits
are made.
Returned Check Fine. The returned check fee is $25. A student
account hold is placed on the account when a check is returned.
Students not currently enrolled in BruinDirect may enroll and manage their accounts online through BruinBill. Students can also
update their banking information through BruinBill. As banks have
different format requirements, students should check with their bank
for accurate routing and account numbers.
Cash-Only Policy for Returned Check Writers. Any person who
has more than two checks returned unpaid to the University is
placed on a cash-only basis (i.e., cash, credit card, cashier’s check,
or money order) for all future transactions. A message is sent by email to the current address on file if this threshold is met, and no
future checks will be accepted. The Payment Solutions and Compliance Office is not responsible for the accuracy of the e-mail address
on file.
Enforcement of Cash-Only Policy. Check payments mailed to the
Payment Solutions and Compliance Office by customers on a cashonly basis will be accepted, but credit will not be posted to their BruinBill account for one week.
Financial Aid Distribution
The financial aid system automatically pays the BruinBill account of
students who receive financial aid. Registration fees and other outstanding UCLA debts, such as student health or laboratory fees, are
deducted. Students must be enrolled at least half time to receive
financial aid disbursements. See the Financial Support section.
BruinDirect
BruinDirect is the fastest, most secure refund method, allowing
refunds to be deposited electronically to student bank accounts.
Direct deposit of financial aid refunds is mandated by federal regula-
Medical Insurance Waivers
As a condition of registration, UCLA requires all students to have
qualified medical/health insurance. The University of California Student Health Insurance Plan (UCSHIP) fulfills this requirement and its
fee is billed through BruinBill along with other UCLA fees each academic term. Students who are already covered by a qualified medical/health insurance policy may have this fee waived if qualifying
information is submitted by the fee payment deadline each term. A
pre-waiver worksheet is available to assist students before they
complete an actual waiver. If the private insurance plan does not
meet waiver criteria, the waiver will be denied. All UCSHIP waivers
must be submitted through the Arthur Ashe Student Health and
Wellness Center website.
An annual waiver can be completed only during the Fall waiver
period. Otherwise, a UCSHIP waiver must be completed during the
next waiver period. If a student misses the deadline, no late waivers
are given. Students should pay careful attention to meeting the
waiver deadline to ensure that they do not incur unplanned
expenses. There are no refunds after the deadline. For more information, see Student Health Insurance in the Registration section, or
see http://www.studenthealth.ucla.edu.
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Financial Support
Financial support at UCLA is handled by Financial Aid and Scholarships, Loan Services Office, and Fellowships and Financial Services.
Students and their families should also be aware of tax benefits that
could help offset the cost of fees and tuition.
Financial Aid and
Scholarships
A129J Murphy Hall
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays
(310) 206-0400
http://www.financialaid.ucla.edu
e-mail: [email protected]
At Financial Aid and Scholarships (FAS) students can
1. Obtain information on grants, loans, need-based undergraduate scholarships, and work-study
2. Get counseling on how to prepare the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or California Dream Act application and supporting documents
3. Report changes in their financial situation
4. Pick up petition and revision forms
5. Submit all requested documentation for financial aid
consideration
6. Appeal financial aid consideration based on special
circumstances
Financial Aid Application
To apply for financial aid, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at https://fafsa.ed.gov. Applications are available in early January and the priority filing deadline is
March 2. Applicants completing the FAFSA after the March 2 deadline are considered for limited funding.
Students who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents but who
are eligible for the AB540 nonresident supplemental tuition fee
waiver can apply for aid using the California Dream Act application
at https://dream.csac.ca.gov. California Dream Act applications must
be submitted by March 2 for funding consideration.
Students attending UCLA Summer Sessions and in need of financial
aid must submit a summer financial aid application in addition to the
FAFSA or California Dream Act application. Applications are available at http://www.financialaid.ucla.edu on April 1, and must be
submitted by April 29 for on-time consideration.
Financial aid applications for summer travel and summer UC crossenrollment are separate from the UCLA Summer Sessions application and have different deadlines. Please check the FAS website for
all summer programs information.
Financial Aid Online Services
Financial Aid and Scholarships uses MyUCLA to provide students
with access to their financial aid information. MyUCLA houses students’ Financial Aid Notification (FAN), financial aid file status information, missing information requests, summer financial aid
applications, and renewal scholarship application.
Financial Aid and Scholarships uses e-mail to communicate with
students. Students are notified electronically if additional documentation is required to complete their file, when they have been
awarded financial aid and have a FAN available for review, and for
other important events that require student interaction. To ensure
that students receive all important notifications, it is imperative to
maintain a valid e-mail address on MyUCLA.
Eligibility for Aid
Based on the information provided on the financial aid application,
Financial Aid and Scholarships determines the student’s eligibility
for grants, work-study, and loans that will be available to help him or
her cover educational costs. Undergraduate Calfornia Dream Act
applicants are not eligible for federal funding, but Financial Aid and
Scholarships evaluates their eligibility for state and University funding. A Financial Aid Notification (FAN) is made available and reflects
the student’s eligibility for aid. A FAN Guide that explains the financial aid process is also provided.
Financial Aid Distribution through
BruinBill
UCLA uses the BruinBill system to process bills and payments,
including financial aid. Each student is assigned an individual
BruinBill account. See the Billing section for methods of payment.
Statements list charges—such as registration fees, health insurance,
or outstanding debts—and may include anticipated financial aid
activity and the amount of funds available for a refund.
The financial aid system automatically credits BruinBill accounts
with students’ financial aid 10 days before the start of classes each
quarter. Students must be enrolled at least half-time (6 units for
undergraduate and 4 units for graduate students) for financial aid to
be credited to their BruinBill account. Certain holds may also prevent disbursement of aid to BruinBill.
BruinBill uses financial aid as a credit to pay student registration
fees and most other outstanding UCLA debts (such as student
health visits or recreational fees). Financial aid is not applied to
UCLA housing charges. Students can use their refunds to make
housing payments.
BruinDirect
With BruinDirect, students may have their financial aid refund electronically transferred to a personal checking or savings account.
After financial aid is disbursed to cover posted charges (such as tuition, UCSHIP, etc.) remaining funds are forwarded to the student’s
designated bank account through BruinDirect.
BruinDirect enrollment information is available in the Payment Solutions and Compliance Office and Student Accounts Office. Students
can sign up for BruinDirect online through MyUCLA. BruinDirect is
not available to students if they select a nonelectronic lender for
their private loans.
Scholarships for Undergraduate
Students
The undergraduate scholarship program at UCLA rewards academic
excellence and promise, and provides assistance to students in
need. A scholarship is expected to create opportunities for further
academic growth and development.
Each scholarship is awarded for one academic year. A scholarship
renewal application must be submitted yearly. See http://www.finan
cialaid.ucla.edu to complete the application online. The application
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is available in early January and must be submitted by March 2 for
the following academic year. Students must also apply for financial
aid by submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
at https://fafsa.ed.gov, or California Dream Act Application at https://
dream.csac.ca.gov.
Scholarship Resource Center. The Scholarship Resource Center
(SRC) helps undergraduate students search for scholarship information. The SRC is open to all UCLA undergraduates, regardless of
financial aid eligibility. The center provides referrals and serves as an
information base for scholarships, fellowships, and endowments.
The SRC works in conjunction with the Undergraduate Education
Division, Financial Aid and Scholarships, and the UCLA community.
Special features of the SRC include counseling for students in the
application process, a small library of current scholarship books, a
proofreading service for scholarship applications, computer access
to various scholarship listings, and workshops and general information sessions. 233 Covel Commons, (310) 206-2875, http://www
.ugeducation.ucla.edu/src/.
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pens to my Financial Aid if I Withdraw? publication, available online
at http://www.financialaid.ucla.edu/publications_archive.html.
For students who receive an administrative cancellation for a term,
all financial aid for the effected term is cancelled. They are not entitled to receive any funds for the term and are expected to repay any
amount received.
Students who withdraw or are cancelled for a term may have to
reapply for direct loans for future terms. They should contact Financial Aid and Scholarships and indicate the term they plan on returning to UCLA.
Loan Services Office
A227 Murphy Hall
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays
(310) 825-9864
http://www.loans.ucla.edu
Services offered by the Loan Services Office include
Unit Requirements
Financial Aid and Scholarships checks units on the census date of
Friday of the third week of classes. Enrollment below half time on
that date results in cancellation of aid and billing for funds received.
Once aid is reduced or cancelled, it is not reinstated automatically if
the unit count increases after the census date. Federal Pell Grants
are not reinstated if the unit count increases after the census date.
For undergraduate students, half-time enrollment is 6 units. Some
undergraduate awards (Federal Pell Grant, Cal Grant, University
Grant, and Scholarship Recognition Awards) require full-time enrollment (12 units) to maintain maximum eligibility.
For graduate students, half-time enrollment is 4 units.
Maintaining Satisfactory Academic
Progress
The census date (Friday of the third week of classes) is also used to
measure attempted units for satisfactory academic progress.
Federal regulations require UCLA to establish, publish, and apply
standards of satisfactory academic progress for financial aid
eligibility. Students who fail to meet the standards become ineligible
to receive financial aid until they are in compliance with these
requirements. For more information, see A Guide to Satisfactory
Academic Progress, available from Financial Aid and Scholarships
and online at http://www.financialaid.ucla.edu under the Publications link.
Withdrawal and Cancellation
Students who decide not to enroll for one or more terms must notify
Financial Aid and Scholarships. Students are not entitled to receive
financial aid for those terms.
For students who withdraw for a term, the Return of Title IV Funds
policy determines the amount of financial aid they are eligible to
keep for that term. The calculation is based on the date students
submit the official Withdrawal Notice to their academic dean.
The amount of financial aid students are entitled to keep is prorated
based on the number of days they were in attendance. Any financial
aid received in excess of the prorated eligibility must be repaid. Students who have completed 60 percent of the enrollment period at
the time they withdraw are considered to have earned 100% of their
federal aid for the term.
For more information about the exact amount of financial aid
students are eligible to keep after withdrawal, see the What Hap-
1. Direct Loan Program loan disbursement and reconciliation
2. Disbursement of auxiliary/private loan paper checks
3. Processing and disbursement of short-term loans 9 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. weekdays
4. Debt management session/exam and loan exit interview
and counseling
Unit Requirement for Loans
According to federal regulations, undergraduate students must be
enrolled in at least 6 units and graduate students in at least 4 units
continuously throughout the stated loan period to receive loan funds.
This information is verified before loans are distributed. If a student
withdraws or carries insufficient units during the stated loan period,
any remaining loan funds are returned to the lender, the remaining
portion of the loan is cancelled, and the student may be billed for
funds already received. If reinstatement of the loan is desired, the
student must reapply for a new loan that reflects the new loan
period. For more information, contact Financial Aid and Scholarships.
William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan
Program
Direct Loan Program loans are issued each term based on the student’s application date.
Loans under this program are processed using electronic fund transfer (EFT) and disbursed through BruinBill. Current registration fees
and all outstanding University debts are deducted from the student’s
loan funds before the remaining balance (or refund) is distributed.
See BruinDirect in this section concerning direct deposit of BruinBill
refunds.
Auxiliary/Private Loan Distribution
Auxiliary/private loan funds eligible for electronic fund transfer (EFT)
are disbursed through BruinBill. Current registration fees and all outstanding University debts are deducted from the student’s loan
funds before the remaining balance (or refund) is distributed. See
BruinDirect concerning BruinBill refunds.
Paper auxiliary/private loan checks are available at or after the
beginning of each term at the Loan Services Office. Such checks are
held for pick-up for thirty (30) days, after which they are returned to
the lender.
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Students who wish to pick up a paper loan check must present a
valid driver license, state ID card, military ID, or passport and have
no outstanding financial holds on their records in order to receive the
check.
Fellowships and Financial
Services
Change of Student Information
1228 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-1025
http://www.grad.ucla.edu
Students must notify the Registrar, the Loan Services Office, and
their student loan lender(s) in writing within 10 days if they
1. Drop below half-time status, withdraw from UCLA, or transfer
to another school
2. Change their address or telephone number, graduation date,
name, and/or Social Security number
Notify the Registrar’s Office through MyUCLA at http://my.ucla.edu
or in person at 1113 Murphy Hall.
UCLA Borrower Requirement
Federal regulations governing student loan programs require that
anyone borrowing student loans at UCLA must complete a debt
management session/exam prior to receiving loan funds. This online
session/exam explains the rights and responsibilities associated
with loans and provides solutions for minimizing debt. Until this
requirement is fulfilled, a University hold will prevent loan funds from
being disbursed. For more information, see the Debt Management
link at http://www.loans.ucla.edu.
Merit-Based Awards
Merit-based awards funded by the Graduate Division take the form
of stipend, fee, and/or nonresident supplemental tuition awards. To
receive these awards, students must return a signed offer letter and
necessary supporting documentation to Fellowships and Financial
Services.
Fee Remissions
As a result of employment in an eligible academic apprentice personnel title, graduate students may receive certain fee remissions.
Eligibility is determined by the following criteria:
1. Appointment(s) must be at least 25 percent time, not to exceed 50 percent time, and only under eligible title codes (students should see their departments or the Academic Apprentice Personnel Manual for Students at http://www.grad.ucla
.edu/gss/appm/aapmstudent.pdf for specific details).
2. Students must work at least 25 percent time during the term.
Exit Interview Requirement
3. Students must register and enroll in a minimum of 12 units no
later than the third week of instruction.
Students who have received one or more (federal or University) longterm student loans while attending UCLA and are about to graduate,
transfer, withdraw, or take a leave of absence from UCLA are
required to complete a loan exit interview. See the Exit Interview link
at http://www.loans.ucla.edu for more details.
4. Cumulative GPA must be 3.0 or better.
Short-Term Loans
Interest-free short-term loans are available in the Loan Services
Office. Applications are accepted in person only. To qualify for such
loans, students must be currently enrolled at UCLA with sufficient
accepted funding to cover current quarter or semester registration
fees, and have no record of a defaulted short-term loan within the
past year. Applicants must present a valid BruinCard. Three loan
types are currently available:
1. Emergency Loan: A loan of up to $200 for those who meet
the above criteria.
2. Living Expense Loan: A loan of up to $350 for those who
meet the above criteria and are employed. Written employment verification must be submitted. Verification must be on
company letterhead, show weekly hours worked, and be
signed by the employed student’s supervisor. Students employed by UCLA may use their current pay statement. If selfemployed, the student’s business license must be submitted.
3. Financial Aid Advance: A loan to bridge the gap between the
awarding of current-term financial aid and the actual receipt of
funds. Loans are generally made against delayed current-term
federal Direct, Stafford, or Perkins; University; and approved
electronically-disbursed federal PLUS (parent) loan disbursements.
A short-term loan must be repaid on time or a late fee is assessed.
The defaulted loan may be subject to further collection actions, and
future loan eligibility may be jeopardized. Past-due short-term loans
must be paid with cash, money order, or cashier’s check in order to
receive University services.
Fee Deferrals
Academic apprentice personnel can obtain a fee deferral from their
department to extend the student services fee and nonresident supplemental tuition payment deadline by approximately two months. It
is the students’ responsibility to pay back the deferral with either
personal funds or a fee award credited to their accounts. Students
who do not meet the extended deadline are charged a late fee.
Medical Insurance Plan Premiums
The mandatory insurance premium is paid for all eligible academic
apprentice personnel. Students should not waive health insurance if
they want the premium paid as part of their employment. To waive
UCSHIP, submit the online waiver before the original registration
fees payment deadline. A waiver cannot be reversed during the term
even if students have been given a fee deferral.
Extramural Support
The Graduate and Postdoctoral Extramural Support (GRAPES) database contains information on over 500 awards for graduate study,
dissertation research, travel grants, and postdoctoral research.
GRAPES is available at https://grad.ucla.edu/asis/grapes/search.asp
or from Fellowships and Financial Services, (310) 825-1025.
Educational Tax Benefits
A number of educational tax benefits may have an impact on the
federal income tax liability of students and their families. To assist
the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which monitors eligibility for tax
credits, UCLA must provide certain student information to the IRS.
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A brief summary of the provisions that may apply to students in
attendance at UCLA follows:
Hope Scholarship Tax Credit is a nonrefundable tax credit up to a
maximum amount of $2,500 for qualified tuition and fees paid by or
on behalf of a student. The credit is generally available for students
in their first two years enrolled at least half time in coursework leading to a recognized degree or certificate.
Lifetime Learning Credit is a nonrefundable credit equal to 20
percent of the first $10,000 of qualified tuition and fees paid by or on
behalf of a student in years in which the Hope Scholarship Credit is
not claimed. The credit is generally available for students enrolled in
coursework leading to a recognized degree or certificate. Individuals
enrolled in coursework to acquire or improve job skills may also be
eligible for the Lifetime Learning Credit.
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Student Loan Interest Deduction is a federal income tax deduction
for an amount up to $2,500 in interest paid on loans incurred to pay
qualified education expenses.
As required by law, UCLA reports to the IRS the identity of students
who have paid educational fees that may be eligible for the Hope
Scholarship or Lifetime Learning credits. The University must report
the following:
1. student social security number, name, street address, city,
state, and ZIP code
2. billed amount for qualified tuition and related expenses
3. adjustments to qualified tuition and related expenses for a
prior year
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Sponsored Student Information
Type of Aid
Authorized Issuing Office
Location
Air Force ROTC
Aerospace Studies
Student Accounts
218 Student Activities Ctr
1121 Murphy Hall
Army ROTC
Military Science
Student Accounts
120S Student Activities Ctr
1121 Murphy Hall
Athletic Grant-in-Aid
Athletic Department
Morgan Center
California Grant A and Grant B
Financial Aid and Scholarships
A129J Murphy Hall
California Scholarship Commission–Graduate
Fellowships and Financial Services
1228 Murphy Hall
Chancellor’s or Regents Fellowship–Nonresident
Fellowships and Financial Services
1228 Murphy Hall
Child of Deceased Fireman or Lawman
Registrar’s Office
1113 Murphy Hall
Contractual Credential Candidate–Nonresident
Registrar’s Office
1113 Murphy Hall
Departmental Sponsorship (includes any traineeship
paid through department)
Respective Departments
Various
Education Abroad Student
International Education Office
1332 Murphy Hall
Faculty Dependent–Nonresident
Registrar’s Office
1113 Murphy Hall
Graduate Student Studying out of State
Fellowships and Financial Services
1228 Murphy Hall
International Student on Nonimmigrant Visa with Letter from
Sponsor (unless TA or departmental sponsorship)
Student Accounts
1121 Murphy Hall
Military Dependent–Nonresident
Registrar’s Office
1113 Murphy Hall
National Service Trust
Student Accounts
1121 Murphy Hall
Navy ROTC–Five-Term
Naval Science
Student Accounts
120T Student Activities Ctr
1121 Murphy Hall
NDEA and NSF Fellowship Holders
Fellowships and Financial Services
1228 Murphy Hall
Nonacademic University Employee–Full Time (see Staff
Personnel Policy 260)
Campus Human Resources
200 UCLA Wilshire Center
Outside Agencies (private industries, clubs, and organizations)
Student Accounts
1121 Murphy Hall
Resident Reclassifications
Registrar’s Office
1113 Murphy Hall
Scholarships
Financial Aid and Scholarships
A129J Murphy Hall
State Rehabilitation Service
Office for Students with Disabilities
Student Accounts
A255 Murphy Hall
1121 Murphy Hall
TA, Associate or Acting Instructor–Nonresident Supplemental
Tuition (students must pay if waiver is denied)
Respective Departments
Various
TA, Associate or Acting Instructor, Research Assistant or
Postgraduate
Respective Departments
Various
Undergraduate Nonresident Supplemental Tuition (10 units or less)
College or School office
Various
Undergraduate Reduced Tuition (10 units or less)
College or School office
Various
Undergraduate Scholarships
Financial Aid and Scholarships
A129J Murphy Hall
Veteran, Veteran’s Dependent
Registrar’s Office
1113 Murphy Hall
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Enrollment
Enrolling in Classes
drop, exchange, or change the grading basis of classes; join a wait
list; view and download Study Lists; and set up third-party views.
See the Class Listings section for class times, rooms, instructors,
and other enrollment information. For updated listings, see the
online Schedule of Classes. See the Class Listings section and your
school or College advisers (listed in the Academic Counseling section) to assemble a program of courses.
See the MyUCLA section for more information on its services and
features.
Plan two or three alternate programs in case your first choice of
courses is not available. Do not choose two courses in the same
final examination group (see the final examination tables in the Final
Examinations section) or select classes that conflict in meeting
times. If conflicts are unavoidable, consult with the instructor of
each class at its first meeting.
Hepatitis B Vaccine Requirement
California law requires students 18 years of age and younger to provide proof of immunity to Hepatitis B prior to entering and enrolling
at the University of California. The Hepatitis B vaccine is a threeshot series. If students have already received the series in their lifetime, there is no need to repeat it. To satisfy the requirement, all
students must submit their information at http://www.studenthealth
.ucla.edu. The Hepatitis B Requirement link is located in the Quick
Links section.
Students who have not yet completed the series are granted a twoterm grace period to comply. Failure to satisfy the requirement by
the third term results in a hold on student records, whereby students
cannot enroll in classes or use any University services.
Enrollment Appointments
Enrollment appointments are based on applicable units
earned/completed and current term units in progress, and assigned
randomly within the time and dates shown on the appointment table
below or at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/soc/enrollappt.htm.
Current-term degree candidates must re-declare candidacy for a
later term to receive enrollment appointment times for future terms.
Undergraduate Student Enrollment
A two-pass system is used for the approximately 29,000 undergraduates at UCLA to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to enroll
in required premajor, major, and GE courses and to graduate.
Undergraduates eligible to enroll for the next term do so during two
randomly assigned appointments, which fall within pass periods that
are prioritized as follows:
Priority pass
160 or more degree units and declared candidacy
to graduate in next two terms
160 or more units
Immunization Recommendations
New and re-entering students
UCLA recommends that all incoming students be vaccinated
against or show immunity to multiple infectious diseases consistent
with guidelines of the American College Health Association, California Department of Public Health, and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These recommendations help protect the
health of students and the entire campus community. Students are
encouraged to submit their immunization history at http://www.stu
denthealth.ucla.edu.
135–159.9 units
MyUCLA Class Planner
The built-in MyUCLA class planner is designed to help students formulate a study list for a term. It uses the same information and
search features as the Schedule of Classes. Students can create a
single plan or multiple plans and save each of them. Because the
class planner is part of MyUCLA, students can easily enroll in
classes right from the planner.
For future terms, the class planner includes a future course plan
function that allows students to select up to five classes from tentative future course offerings. Students can rank their class preferences, giving departments valuable information to help them decide
which courses are in high demand. Future term choices can be
saved, and if the courses are offered, MyUCLA displays them in the
student’s class planner. Students can also use the class optimizer to
find possible schedules in the upcoming term.
MyUCLA Enrollment
MyUCLA enables UCLA students to acquire information from their
University academic records and to enroll in classes. Students can
determine assigned enrollment appointments; enroll in classes; add,
90–134.9 units
45–89.9 units
0–44.9 units
When determining appointment groups, a student’s applicable units
earned/completed and current term units in progress are included.
Advancement placement (AP) and international baccalaureate (IB)
units are not included when determining appointment groups except
when calculating degree units for those who have declared candidacy to graduate in the next two terms. Degree units include all
applicable transfer credit and UCLA earned units. When projecting
enrollment groups, current summer units are not included.
Projected class level based on degree units (freshman 0–44.9 units,
sophomore 45–89.9 units, junior 90–134.9 units, senior 135 or more
units) is used if course enrollment is restricted to a certain class
level. Projected class level for a given term is displayed when a student checks his or her individual enrollment appointment times.
Students are not allowed to enroll before their specified time and are
informed of their correct appointment day and time on MyUCLA.
Changes in the appointment sequence are made only to correct an
appointment based on an incorrect class level. To request an
appointment change, go to the Registrar’s Office, 1113 Murphy Hall
prior to the assigned appointment.
PRIORITY PASS. During their priority pass, students may only
enroll in 10 units unless otherwise noted by their priority group. Students in a priority group who do not enroll during their priority pass
appointment period must wait until their first pass appointment to
enroll. Enrollment is not guaranteed during priority pass appointments.
Priority enrollment groups include Regents Scholars, athletes in
NCAA sports, qualified veterans, and students served by the Office
for Students with Disabilities. Sections are carefully monitored
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during each priority group pass to ensure that any one group does
not exceed 30 percent and that all groups do not exceed 50 percent
of a section’s spaces, in accordance with recommendations of a
task force appointed by the Academic Senate.
NOTE: Priority pass students may only enroll in a total of 10 units
during their priority and first passes.
FIRST PASS. During their first pass, students may only enroll in 10
units. This gives all undergraduates a better chance to obtain at
least two courses needed toward graduation. Students who do not
enroll during their first pass appointment period must wait until their
second pass appointment to enroll.
SECOND PASS. During their second pass, students can add
courses up to the maximum units allowed by their College or school.
They can enroll from the beginning of the specified appointment day
and time through midnight on Friday of the second week of classes,
when wait lists are eliminated and Study Lists of enrolled courses
become official. Students should be enrolled in courses with unit
credit by that date to avoid paying the late Study List filing fee and
obtaining instructor signatures and College/school approval on
Enrollment Petitions (for more details, see Official Study Lists).
After second pass appointments begin, undergraduates may
1. Use a Permission to Enroll (PTE) number to enroll in restricted
or closed classes (see Enrollment in Restricted Classes)
2. Submit approved petitions for contract courses
3. Request enrollment in Passed/Not Passed (P/NP) courses
over the eligible limit of units (a message is displayed if this
applies)
4. Submit approval for an excess Study List (see College/school
for eligibility)
Graduate Student Enrollment
Law, Medicine, and Dentistry students enroll as instructed by their
respective student affairs offices.
All other graduate students eligible to enroll for the next term are
randomly assigned one appointment time or pass and can enroll
from the beginning of the specified appointment time through midnight on Friday of the second week of classes. Students should be
enrolled in courses with unit credit by the deadline to avoid the late
filing of Study List fee and to avoid having to obtain instructor
signatures.
Undergraduate Study List
Limits
Study list maximums are
College of Letters and Science
School of Engineering
School of Nursing
School of the Arts and Architecture
School of Theater, Film, and Television
19 units
21 units
20 units
20 units
19 units
To enroll in more units than the maximum allowed, see the appropriate College or school office to make an excess Study List request.
Wait Lists
Wait lists are maintained through Friday of the second week of
classes unless a department deletes them earlier. This may happen
on the first day of classes for some sections, especially laboratories.
Check the notes under the course listing in the Schedule of Classes.
Students should not assume they will be added to a class or
dropped from a class (if, for example, they are number one or num-
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ber 100 on the wait list). Students must drop themselves before the
official Study List deadline if they do not want the class.
A wait-list position within 10 percent of enrollment capacity (for
example, number five for a class of 50) indicates a good chance of
being enrolled. Many students drop classes after the first meeting, at
which point other students may enroll in the class or advance on the
wait list. Sometimes departments increase the enrollment capacity
of the class, which automatically enrolls additional students from the
wait list. Students should check wait-list status before Friday of the
second week of classes.
Students may move backward on a wait list if a class is overenrolled
through the use of PTE numbers. For example, a student who is first
on the wait list for a course that has an enrollment capacity of 100
and is not overenrolled may move from position 101/100 to 105/100
if four students with PTE numbers enroll. That student cannot be
enrolled until five others drop the course and the enrolled number is
less than the enrollment capacity.
Enrollment in Restricted
Classes
Students may enroll in a restricted class if they get a five-digit PTE
number. A PTE number is issued at the discretion of the instructor or
department offering the class. When used with the nine-digit course
ID, it guarantees enrollment. Inquire at the respective departmental
office regarding any internal department procedures for receiving a
PTE number.
PTE numbers may be issued in the following cases:
1. The department/instructor offering the class may authorize
selective enrollment if the enrollment capacity is filled. This is
at the instructor’s discretion and may only be approved based
on criteria established by the instructor and/or department
2. As an exception to published restrictions (consent of instructor, department consent, specified majors, class levels—freshmen only, juniors or above) in the Schedule of Classes
3. Closed classes (enrollment capacity reached). When the enrollment capacity is reached, students may choose to be on
a wait list. They are moved into the class as enrolled students
drop out or if the department increases the enrollment capacity
If the instructor/department assigns a PTE number, use the link in
the MyUCLA notice to enroll in the class. If the PTE is assigned manually, use the nine-digit course ID and PTE number to enroll.
Enforced Requisites
Undergraduate students are prevented from enrolling in lower
division Letters and Science courses with enforced requisites (as
listed in the UCLA General Catalog or the online Schedule of
Classes) if those requisites have not been met. Some courses with
requisites may be in warning status, which allows enrollment but
informs students that the course requisite has not been met. In the
Class Listings section, courses with enforced requisites are notated
with a Y in the ENF REQ column, located after the course title.
Students with transfer or AP credit that was not evaluated as
equivalent to a specific requisite should consult the department
offering the course for review of the transfer or AP credit as shown
on their DPR or Degree Audit. Decisions by the department concerning meeting requisites are final.
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Impacted Courses
Courses that meet the criteria below and have been approved by the
Faculty Executive Committee of the College or schools are designated as “impacted” courses.
1. Meet once a week and are difficult to complete if a student
has not attended by Friday of the second week of classes
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c. School of Theater, Film, and Television students, 103
East Melnitz Building
3. Through the Registrar’s Office by taking the form to 1113
Murphy Hall
Note: Students setting up contracts with instructors in one of the 19
School of Medicine departments must
1. obtain the instructor’s signature
2. Have high enrollment demand that denies qualified students
enrollment because of limited resources
2. take the form to the instructor’s department where a staff person will obtain the chair’s (or chair designee’s) signature, and
3. Have high instructor/student ratios, and/or
3. bring the completed form to the Registrar’s Office for enrollment processing
4. Involve large commitments of other resources
Each impacted course is clearly indicated in the Class Listings section by a Y in the IM (Impacted) column. In the online Schedule of
Classes, the designation is listed under Crs Info or the ID Number
that links to expanded information about a course.
A complete list of impacted courses is available online at http://www
.registrar.ucla.edu/soc/impact.htm.
Undergraduate students cannot drop an impacted course after Friday of the second week of a term for other than exceptionally extenuating circumstances as described in Drop Procedures.
Courses designated as impacted during the regular academic year
are also impacted during Summer Sessions. Summer impacted
courses may be dropped on or before Friday of week one with no
transcript notation. Impacted courses dropped after the first week
carry a transcript notation showing the week dropped.
Enrollment in Contract
Courses
Students use MyUCLA to initiate a petition to enroll in a contract
course. To start the process and obtain contract forms, students
log in to MyUCLA, click on Classes from the mega-menu, then
select Contract Courses in the Classes and Exams section. Contract forms are available for the following course numbers: Honors
Contracts (89HC, 189HC), Student Research Program (99), USIE
contracts (188SA, 188SB), and upper division tutorials (195-199).
View the MyUCLA Contract Courses tutorial at https://be.my.ucla
.edu/Tutorials/.
Each contract form is customized for a specific course number.
Before filling out the form, students should prepare a short description of the proposed course of study, the nature of the faculty supervision, and type of tangible evidence of work completed that will be
presented at the conclusion of the course. The name of the faculty
mentor who is to supervise the course is also needed on the form.
After this information is entered, print the form and obtain the necessary signatures.
For students pursuing an internship (course 195), consult with either
a departmental adviser or the Center for Community Learning (A265
Murphy Hall) to determine which unit coordinates the internship.
Internships coordinated through the Center for Community Learning
require a site supervisor’s signature.
After obtaining the signatures of the instructor and the instructor’s
department chair, students must check with the department of the
course in which they are enrolling, or with their College or school, to
confirm which of the following options to use to complete enrollment
in the course:
The deadline to enroll in a contract course without a fee is Friday of
the second week of classes; to enroll with a fee, the deadline is Friday of the third week of classes.
Once a contract is processed, students can print out their Study List
as a record of enrollment.
Official Study Lists
A Study List is a record of all courses in which a student is enrolled
for a term. A registered student’s Study List of enrolled courses
becomes official at midnight on Friday of the second week of
classes and all wait lists are eliminated at that time.
Student Responsibility
Each student is responsible for all courses and the grading basis for
each course, as listed on his or her Study List, and cannot receive
credit for courses not listed. Errors or omissions should be corrected
before the College or school deadline for changes by petition. Unapproved withdrawal from or neglect of a course entered on the Study
List results in a failing grade. Enrollment deadlines end at midnight
on the published date (see the appointment times table below and
the Calendar section). Study Lists should be checked after all enrollment transactions.
In planning courses for a term, students are responsible for avoiding
class conflicts and avoiding conflicting or multiple same-day final
examinations. See Final Examination Policies in the Final Examinations section.
UNDERGRADUATE STUDY LIST CHANGE REFERENCE
Note: All deadlines fall on Friday of the week(s) indicated. If that Friday is a University holiday, the deadline is the Thursday of that week.
Change
Period
Action
Method
Fee
Weeks 1-2
Add a course
Change variable units
Change grading basis
MyUCLA
No fee
Week 3
Add a course
MyUCLA
$5
Weeks 3-4
Change variable units
MyUCLA
$5
Weeks 3-6
Change grading basis
MyUCLA
$5
Weeks 1-10
Drop a course
See drop reference table
1. Through the department by leaving the form for processing
2. Through the appropriate school by taking the form to the
office specified
a. Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science
students, 6426 Boelter Hall
b. School of Nursing students, 2-137 Factor Building
Study List Changes
Fees for adds and changes made on MyUCLA are automatically
charged to a student’s BruinBill account on a per-transaction basis.
Anything submitted or requested as an exception to a published
deadline is subject to a penalty fee. Approved retroactive enrollment
requests are assessed a per-transaction fee. See the Calendar sec-
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tion for deadlines and see Miscellaneous Fees in the Registration
section for all course transaction fees.
Undergraduate Study List
Changes
Undergraduate students can make changes to their Study List
through Friday of week two without a fee. After Friday of week two,
when the Study List becomes official, undergraduate students are
charged a fee to make changes. Fees are assessed through BruinBill. See Study List Changes.
For late enrollment transactions after published deadlines, students
should contact their respective counseling units for forms and procedures.
College AAP students, 1209 Campbell Hall
College athletes, Morgan Center
College honors students, A311 Murphy Hall
All other College students, A316 Murphy Hall
Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science
students, 6426 Boelter Hall
School of the Arts and Architecture students, 2200 Broad Art
Center
School of Nursing students, 2-137 Factor Building
School of Theater, Film, and Television students, 103 East
Melnitz Building
Add a Course
Undergraduate students adding courses during week three are
assessed a per-course change fee. For courses added after the
official add deadline of Friday of week three, they are assessed a
per-course change fee plus a per-course penalty fee. A PTE number
is required if the class is closed or restricted. After week three, College or school approval is required to add a class. See Miscellaneous Fees for fee information.
Change Variable Units
Undergraduate students changing units on a variable-unit class
during weeks three and four are assessed a per-course change fee.
After fourth week, students are assessed a per-course change fee
plus a per-course penalty fee. After week four, College or school
approval is required to make changes. See Miscellaneous Fees for
fee information.
Drop a Course
Drop deadlines vary by College or school and the type of course
(impacted or nonimpacted). See Drop Procedures and the Undergraduate Drop Reference tables for more detailed information.
Note: Student athletes may not drop a class after the first day of
class without their counselor’s approval.
Change the Grading Basis of a Course
Undergraduate students changing the grading basis of an optionally
graded course during weeks three through six are assessed a percourse change fee. Changes after Friday of week six require a petition; if approved, students are assessed a per-course change fee
plus a per-course penalty fee. See Changing Grading Basis below
for more detailed information; see Miscellaneous Fees for service
fee information.
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GRADUATE STUDY LIST CHANGE REFERENCE
Note: All deadlines fall on Friday of the week(s) indicated. If that Friday is a University holiday, the deadline is the Thursday of that week.
Change
Period
Action
Method
Fee
Weeks 1-2
Add a course
Drop a course
Change variable units
Change grading basis
MyUCLA
No fee
Week 3
Add a course
Drop a course
Change variable units
Change grading basis
MyUCLA
$5
Weeks 4-10
Add a course
MyUCLA
$20
Weeks 4-10
Drop a course
Change variable units
Change grading basis
MyUCLA
$5
Finals Week
(Retroactive)
Add a course
Drop a course
Change variable units
Change grading basis
Petition
$35
Graduate Study List Changes
Graduate students can add, drop, change grading basis, or change
variable units through the end of the last day of instruction. Fees are
assessed through BruinBill after Friday of week two. See Study List
Changes above.
Graduate students are assessed a per-course change fee when
adding a course during week three. They are also assessed a percourse change fee when dropping a course, changing variable units,
or changing grading basis through Friday of week 10. The official
graduate add deadline is Friday of week three. Fortables courses
added after this date, graduate students are assessed a per-course
change fee plus a per-course penalty fee and those enrollments are
not counted toward departmental budget allocations. A PTE number
is required if the class is closed or restricted. No transcript notations
appear for enrollment changes that occur through Friday of week ten.
Late Study Lists
Registered students who are not officially enrolled in courses for
credit as of Friday of the second week of instruction must file a late
Study List. Use an Enrollment Petition, available online at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/, for this process.
A fee is charged for filing a late Study List after Friday of the second
week of instruction as described under Late Payment in the Registration section. See Miscellaneous Fees for fee information. Fees are
assessed through BruinBill.
1. Obtain the appropriate form: undergraduate students from
the College or school advising unit; graduate students from a
department adviser.
2. Obtain the necessary signatures and file the approved form at
the processing locations noted on the Enrollment Petition
form. Students are given a receipt of the approved/processed
Study List and are responsible for all courses and grading
basis as recorded.
Registration fees must be paid in full in order to file a late Study List.
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UNDERGRADUATE DROP REFERENCE
Note: All deadlines fall on Friday of the week(s) indicated. If that Friday is a University holiday, the deadline is the Thursday of that week.
College of Letters and Science
Drop Period
Action
Method
Fee
Transcript Notation
Weeks 1-2 (all courses)
Drop
MyUCLA
No fee
No transcript notation
Weeks 3-4 (nonimpacted courses)
Drop
MyUCLA
$5
No transcript notation
Weeks 3-10 (impacted courses)
Late Drop
Petition
$20
Transcript notation
Weeks 5-7 (nonimpacted courses)
Late Drop
MyUCLA
$20
Transcript notation
Weeks 8-10 (nonimpacted courses)
Restricted Drop
(maximum 3 drops)
Petition
$35
Transcript notation
After week 10
Retroactive Drop
Petition
$50
Transcript notation
HSSEAS, SOAA, SON, TFT
Drop Period
Action
Method
Fee
Transcript Notation
Weeks 1-2 (all courses)
Drop
MyUCLA
No fee
No transcript notation
Weeks 3-4 (nonimpacted courses)
Drop
MyUCLA
$5
No transcript notation
Weeks 3-10 (impacted courses)
Late Drop
Petition
$20
Transcript notation
Weeks 5-10 (nonimpacted courses)
Late Drop
Petition
$20
Transcript notation
After week 10
Retroactive Drop
Petition
$35
Transcript notation
Drop Procedures
Dropping a course may reduce a Study List below minimums
required for full-time status, financial aid, the minimum progress
requirement, and eligibility for residence halls and other services that
require a specific enrollment status. The drop form reminds students
about these requirements and the consequences that may be triggered if the petition is processed. It is each student’s responsibility
to meet enrollment unit requirements.
Dropping Nonimpacted Courses
Nonimpacted courses constitute the vast majority of courses and
may be dropped on or before Friday of week two with no fee or transcript notation. Nonimpacted courses may be dropped during
weeks three and four with no transcript notation and a per-course
change fee. Drops after Friday of week four are assessed a percourse change fee plus a per-course penalty fee. Drops after week
four incur a transcript notation noting the week the class was
dropped. See Miscellaneous Fees for fee information.
The drop periods for classes vary by College or school. See the
Undergraduate Drop Reference tables.
Students in the College of Letters and Science can drop nonimpacted courses without a transcript notation through Friday of
week four. In weeks five through seven, students in the College can
drop courses without an instructor’s signature. During weeks eight
through 10, students are restricted to three approved drops in their
academic career. For drops after week seven, an instructor’s signature and College approval is required.
Students in the Henry Samueli School of Engineering, School of the
Arts and Architecture, and School of Theater, Film, and Television
can drop courses without a transcript notation through Friday of
week four. After week four, they must obtain a drop petition from
their academic deans’ office.
Dropping Impacted Courses
In Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters, impacted courses may be
dropped on or before Friday of week two with no fee or transcript
notation. In Summer Sessions, impacted courses may be dropped
on or before Friday of the week one with no transcript notation. Each
impacted course is indicated by a Y in the IM (impacted) column in
the class listings of the PDF Schedule of Classes, and on the
expanded course detail screen of the online Schedule of Classes.
Impacted Course Drop Policy
After Friday of week two in Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters, and
after Friday of week one in Summer Sessions, undergraduate students who need to request a drop of an impacted course should
consult the course instructor and explore academic options other
than dropping the course. Impacted courses may be dropped after
these deadlines only under extraordinary circumstances (such as
severe illness).
To drop an impacted course after the deadline, undergraduate students should obtain a Late Impacted Course Drop Petition or Retroactive Drop Petition form from their counseling unit.
College AAP students, 1209 Campbell Hall
College athletes, Morgan Center
College honors students, A311 Murphy Hall
All other College students, A316 Murphy Hall
Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science
students, 6426 Boelter Hall
School of the Arts and Architecture students, 2200 Broad Art
Center
School of Nursing students, 2-137 Factor Building
School of Theater, Film, and Television students, 103 East
Melnitz Building
Follow the instructions on the form. A detailed explanation of the
reason for dropping the course must be given, and the course
instructor’s signature must be obtained.
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For College of Letters and Science students, requests to drop an
impacted course are referred by College counseling units to a subcommittee of the Faculty Executive Committee. For School of Engineering students, requests are submitted to the Associate Dean. If
the request is approved, the dropped course appears on the student’s transcript with a notation indicating the date and week of the
term in which the drop petition was filed. In Fall, Winter, and Spring
quarters, the late drop fee is assessed.
Summer Impacted Course Drop Policy. Non-UCLA summer-only
students are subject to the same drop policy. To drop an impacted
course after Friday of week one, non-UCLA summer-only students
must complete a Summer Sessions Student Update Form and submit the request to the Summer Sessions Office, 1332 Murphy Hall.
f. School of the Arts and Architecture students, 2200
Broad Art Center
g. School of Nursing students, 2-137 Factor Building
h. School of Theater, Film, and Television students, 103
East Melnitz Building
i. Graduate students, 1255 Murphy Hall
3. If the request is approved by the College, school, or Graduate
Division, the petition is sent to the Registrar’s Office, and the
change in grading basis is recorded on the Study List.
Special Programs Enrollment
Transcript Notation for Late Drops
Drops of impacted courses processed after the deadlines above and
drops of nonimpacted courses processed after Friday of week four
are recorded on the permanent undergraduate transcript. The entry
records the week the course was dropped using the following format:
COGNITIVE PSYCH
PSYCH
120A
SHAKESPEARE
ENGL
90
COURSE DROPPED WEEK 8
4.0
4.0
B+
Concurrent Enrollment
Concurrent enrollment—taking courses during regular sessions (Fall,
Winter, and Spring quarters) for credit at UCLA and, at the same
time, at another non-UC institution including UCLA Extension—is
not permitted except in extraordinary circumstances, and no credit
is given for such courses unless the approval of the UCLA College or
school has been obtained by petition prior to enrollment.
Intersegmental Cross-Enrollment
Changing Grading Basis
Courses with Optional Grading Basis
Courses with an optional grading basis allow students (not instructors) to choose either a Letter grade or a Passed/Not Passed grade
(for undergraduates) or Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory grade (for
graduate students). In MyUCLA and the Schedule of Classes, the
grade type for classes with an optional grading basis is displayed as
SO (Student Option), which appears in the grade type column. The
default grading basis for such classes is LG (Letter Grade).
Undergraduate students in good academic standing can change the
grading basis on these courses through MyUCLA. The deadline for
undergraduates to make changes is Friday of week six. Graduate
students can make changes through the last day of instruction. In
the online Schedule of Classes, on the class listing page, click on
Crs Info to determine if a course has optional grading, or see the
course description in the catalog at http://catalog.registrar.ucla
.edu/updates/.
Courses with Mandatory Grading Basis
Courses with a mandatory (nonoptional) grading basis (e.g., Letter
Grade only, Passed/Not Passed, Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory) are
designated LG, PN, or SU in MyUCLA. Undergraduate students in
good academic standing must petition to request a change in grading basis for these courses. The deadline for undergraduates to petition for change is Friday of week six. Graduate students can petition
for change through the last day of instruction.
1. Using a Student Petition form, obtain approval to change
grading basis from the department offering the class.
2. If departmental approval is granted, file the petition with the
College or school counseling unit if you are an undergraduate
student or with Graduate Division if you are a graduate student.
a. College AAP students, 1209 Campbell Hall
b. College athletes, Morgan Center
At the discretion of the appropriate campus authorities on both
campuses, the California Education Code allows undergraduate students enrolled in any campus of the California community colleges,
the California State University, or the University of California to enroll
without formal admission in a maximum of one course per academic
term at a campus of either of the other systems on a space-available
basis. Enrollment in precollege courses is excluded.
UCLA students qualify for intersegmental cross-enrollment if they
meet all the following requirements:
1. Complete at least one term at UCLA as a matriculated student
2. Enroll for a minimum of 6 units for the current term
3. Earn a grade-point average of 2.0 (C) for work completed
4. Pay appropriate registration fees at UCLA for the current term
5. Complete appropriate academic preparation as determined by
the host campus
6. Have California resident status
Obtain a concurrent enrollment application from the College or
school. An administration fee is charged for each academic term
such enrollment is requested.
Intercampus Visitor Program
Undergraduates enrolled at one campus of the University of
California may have the opportunity to attend another UC campus for
one quarter or semester on the Intercampus Visitor Program. UCLA
students can obtain the lntercampus Visitor Program Application
online at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/. Observe the deadlines and enrollment restrictions on the application. Applications are
reviewed by a student’s College or school. Letters and Science
students should contact College Academic Counseling in A316 Murphy Hall; Arts and Architecture students should contact the Student
Services Office in 2200 Broad Art Center; Theater, Film, and Television students should contact the Student Services Office in 103 East
Melnitz Building; Engineering students should contact the Student
Services Office in 6426 Boelter Hall.
c. College honors students, A311 Murphy Hall
d. All other College students, A316 Murphy Hall
e. Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied
Science students, 6426 Boelter Hall
Simultaneous UC Enrollment
Undergraduate students may enroll simultaneously in courses
offered by another UC campus. Eligible students must be registered
(fees paid), in good standing, and enrolled in at least 12 units at
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UCLA. Students may simultaneously enroll in no more than one UC
host-campus course not to exceed 6 units. Before attending the
host campus, both campuses must give approval. Approval to enroll
simultaneously on another UC campus does not guarantee credit
toward specific degree or General Education requirements. Application of host-campus courses to UCLA graduation requirements is
determined by the College or school. Details are on the application
form. Obtain applications and directions for submitting forms from
the following offices: honors students, A311 Murphy Hall; student
athletes, Morgan Center; AAP students, 1209 Campbell Hall; all
other Letters and Science students, College Academic Counseling,
A316 Murphy Hall; Arts and Architecture, Theater, Film, and Television, Engineering and Applied Science, and Nursing students, their
respective student affairs offices. The form is also available online at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/.
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UC Online Courses
The University of California offers a series of online courses hosted
by various UC campuses. Eligible UC undergraduate students can
enroll simultaneously in an online course offered by another UC.
Add/drop dates vary by campus and by the quarter/semester calendar. No additional tuition is assessed; however, other fees may apply
depending on the course. Course credit is calculated in a student’s
UC grade-point average. Students should meet with their adviser
before enrolling to confirm course applicability toward their degree.
For eligibility requirements, course information, and tentative course
listings, see http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/pdf/uconline.pdf. For UCLA
drop policies, see the Undergraduate Drop Reference tables.
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Winter 2016 Enrollment Appointments
Based on applicable units earned/complete and current term units in progress, enrollment appointments are assigned randomly within the
times and dates shown and are based on totals at the time appointments are assigned. Find exact enrollment appointment times through
MyUCLA. Appointments cannot be changed once they are assigned. No appointments are scheduled between Friday at 3:15 p.m. and Saturday at 7 p.m. Current-term degree candidates must re-declare candidacy for a later term to receive enrollment appointment times for future
terms. All new undergraduate students must call New Student and Transition Programs (Orientation) at (310) 206-6685 to start the enrollment
process. For projected classification information, see Undergraduate Student Enrollment earlier in this section.Student Responsibility
First
Appointment
Priority Pass
Time
Last
Appointment
Time
Enroll in up to 10 units.
All priority group students
November 9
7:00 a.m.
November 9
11:00 p.m.
Priority pass ends November 11, 2015, at 11:59 p.m.
First Pass
Enroll in up to 10 units.
160 or more degree units and declared candidacy to graduate in next two terms
November 12
7:00 a.m.
November 12
7:00 p.m.
160 or more units
November 12
7:30 p.m.
November 12
10:30 p.m.
New and re-entering students
November 12
11:00 p.m.
November 12
11:00 p.m.
135–159.9 units
November 13
7:00 a.m.
November 13
1:00 p.m.
90–134.9 units
November 13
1:30 p.m.
November 16
10:30 a.m.
45–89.9 units
November 16
11:00 a.m.
November 17
8:30 a.m.
0–44.9 units
November 17
9:00 a.m.
November 17
11:00 p.m.
First pass ends November 18, 2015, at 11:59 p.m.
Second Pass
Enroll in up to Study List maximum units.
160 or more degree units and declared candidacy to graduate in next two terms
November 19
7:00 a.m.
November 19
7:00 p.m.
160 or more units
November 19
7:30 p.m.
November 19
10:30 p.m.
New and re-entering students
November 19
11:00 p.m.
November 19
11:00 p.m.
135–159.9 units
November 20
7:00 a.m.
November 20
1:00 p.m.
90–134.9 units
November 20
1:30 p.m.
November 23
10:30 a.m.
45–89.9 units
November 23
11:00 a.m.
November 24
8:30 a.m.
0–44.9 units
November 24
9:00 a.m.
November 24
11:00 p.m.
Second pass ends January 15, 2016, at 11:59 p.m.
Graduate Pass
Joint students
November 12
7:00 a.m.
November 12
7:00 a.m.
Other graduate students
November 12
7:30 a.m.
November 16
11:00 p.m.
Graduate pass ends January 15, 2016, at 11:59 p.m.
Student Responsibility
A registered student's Study List of enrolled courses becomes official at midnight on Friday of the second week of classes. Students
are responsible for all courses and grading basis, as listed on MyU-
CLA, and cannot receive credit for courses not listed. In planning
courses for a term, students are responsible for avoiding class conflicts and avoiding conflicting or multiple same-day final examinations. See Final Examination Policies.
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MyUCLA
MyUCLA at http://my.ucla.edu is a secure, personalized gateway to
online information and campus services and resources for students,
staff, and faculty. MyUCLA services for students include enrollment,
financial, and personal information functions. Students can search
for classes and enroll directly from the search screen.
MyUCLA features also include Study List, class planner and future
course planning, contract course application, unofficial transcript
viewing, official transcript ordering, preferred first name request,
diploma mailing request, MyEvents, calendar, student election links,
workshop signups, and internship searches.
MyUCLA is available Sunday 12 noon through Tuesday 1 a.m., and
Tuesday through Saturday from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m., including holidays.
Students access the site using their UCLA Logon ID and password.
Logon IDs and passwords are managed through https://logon.ucla
.edu. Passwords can be changed and reset, and security questions
can be set to help users remember their passwords.
Password Warning
Password information should not be given to anyone. Tampering
with another student’s enrollment or personal data is subject to disciplinary action up to and including suspension.
Third-Party Access
Students can authorize third parties to have view-only access to
their student records and direct access to their BruinBill account. A
third party establishes a separate UCLA Logon ID and password
and communicates the Logon ID to the student. The student then
selects which features the third party can view or access. Students
may revoke access or change access features at any time. Thirdparty access is managed from the MyUCLA Settings menu.
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BruinAlert
The BruinAlert messaging service communicates official information
during an emergency or crisis situation that disrupts normal operation of the UCLA campus or threatens the health or safety of campus community members. BruinAlert sends messages to student
subscribers on a best-effort basis to e-mail and text-capable wireless devices such as mobile telephones.
Students with current e-mail addresses in MyUCLA are automatically enrolled in BruinAlert and receive e-mail messages in the event
of an emergency. Short Message Service (SMS) text messaging is
also available to students on a voluntary basis; students may subscribe to SMS through the BruinAlert website at https://bruinalert
.iamucla.ucla.edu.
services from many locations throughout campus or from home.
Personalized assistance is also available from the BOL Help Desk.
UCLA Logon ID
A UCLA Logon ID allows authentication for a variety of online campus services, networks, and materials. With this ID, users can
1. Access class webpages and discussion groups
2. Search the UCLA Library and online databases
3. Create e-mail mailing lists
4. Download Internet browsers, anti-virus software, e-mail
clients, and FTP programs
5. Create personal webpages
6. Check e-mail
Bruin OnLine
124 Kerckhoff Hall
Help Desk (310) 267-4357
http://www.bol.ucla.edu
e-mail: [email protected]
Bruin OnLine (BOL) is a collection of software and services that
provide UCLA students, faculty, and staff with access to e-mail,
campus network services, and the Internet. Services include e-mail,
Google Apps for UCLA, wireless networking, VPN and proxy, software, personal web pages, and wired Ethernet ports.
Accessing Bruin OnLine Services
On campus, BOL services are available anywhere there is network
access, including campus computing laboratories, libraries, and
campus residence hall rooms; and anywhere there is wireless network coverage.
BOL can be accessed from off campus by
1. Using your own Internet Service Provider (ISP), connect
through a virtual private network (VPN) or the BOL proxy
server to access UCLA restricted resources such as software
and library journals. See http://www.bol.ucla.edu/shortcut/
vpnproxy for more information
2. Using the BOL modem pool (310 area code). Users pay all telephone charges for toll or long-distance access (310 area code)
Access for Persons with Disabilities
The Disabilities and Computing Program (DCP) provides adaptive
technology to help persons with disabilities who use BOL-supported
software. DCP can assist with configuration and training for screen
reader, voice recognition, reading aid, and other software programs.
Call (310) 206-7133 for more information or see the Student Services section.
Wireless Access
Wireless Internet access is available in select locations on campus
for UCLA Logon ID holders with their own 802.11a/g/n-compliant
laptop or wireless device. For more information, see http://www.bol
.ucla.edu/wireless/. For a map of wireless coverage areas, see
http://www.bol.ucla.edu/services/wireless/coverage/.
Getting Started
To use BOL services, you need a UCLA Logon ID and password, and
a computer that connects to the UCLA network. You can access BOL
7. Authenticate to use the BOL VPN server and proxy server
8. Access the UCLA wireless network
For instructions on creating a UCLA Logon ID, see the self-serve
website at https://logon.ucla.edu.
Campus Computer
Laboratories
Student computer laboratories are supported through the College
Library Instructional Computing Commons (CLICC), a collaborative
effort between Center for Digital Humanities, Social Sciences Computing, Office of Instructional Development, and College Library.
Some 15 computer laboratories are available throughout campus,
each with computers, peripherals, software, and services that cater
to specific areas of study.
Access to the laboratories varies; departmental laboratories may
require special accounts and enrollment in either the major or a
class. General purpose laboratories merely require a UCLA Logon ID
and password, which is available free of charge to UCLA students,
faculty, and staff.
For information on locations, hours, and eligibility, see https://www.it
.ucla.edu/ucla-computer-labs.
Electronic Mailing Lists
(Listservs)
Bruin OnLine offers a mailing list service that manages electronic
mail discussion and e-newsletter distribution to list subscribers.
Mailing lists are available for any academic purpose; new list
requests from students require verification of faculty sponsorship.
For more information, see https://www.bol.ucla.edu/services/lists/.
Instructional Enhancement
Initiative
Undergraduate students are assessed an Instructional Enhancement
Initiative (IEI) fee along with other University mandatory and campus-based fees. Education Abroad Program reciprocity students
and CAPPP (Washington internship) students are exempt from the
IEI fee.
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The Instructional Enhancement Initiative (IEI) supports undergraduate education through
1. Online course websites with instant access to syllabi, course
documents and files, and interactive tools; instructional websites and online software; and other aspects of online learning
including chat rooms, online office hours, media presentations, quizzes, and so forth.
2. Computer labs and wireless access, including curated workstations in staffed labs, divisional labs, helpdesks, printing,
and contributions to CLICC.
3. Course software, including popular creative, scientific, math,
statistics packages and online products.
4. Staffing, including technology experts who support faculty,
teaching assistants, or students regarding creation of online
course content and use of tools to produce that content, as
well as course website and computer lab staff.
For questions about IEI fees, see http://www.iei.ucla.edu (College of
Letters and Science and professional schools) or http://www.seasnet
.ucla.edu/services/hsseas-iei-fees (Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
Newsgroups
Usenet is a worldwide discussion system of newsgroups classified
by subject. Newsgroups available on news.ucla.edu include the
ucla.* hierarchy which is dedicated to topics specific to UCLA and is
not transmitted outside of UCLA.
Bruin OnLine has its own newsgroups, for example, that post
announcements about its service and where students can ask questions about computer software and hardware (ucla.bol.announce,
ucla.bol.general, and ucla.bol.webpages). Other newsgroups help
with platform questions (ucla.pc and ucla.mac), while still others
post announcements and offer forums (for example, ucla.general,
ucla.announce, ucla.rumor, and ucla.forsale). Some classes have
their own newsgroups as well (see ucla.classes.* hierarchy).
Newsgroups offered by news.ucla.edu can be accessed through a
newsreader client such as Outlook Express, Mozilla, or Netscape.
For more information, see https://www.bol.ucla.edu/services/news/.
Online Directory
The UCLA Campus Directory offers directory information about faculty, staff, students, and departments. Student listings in the online
directory are generated through MyUCLA and are updated nightly
(excluding weekends) by the Registrar’s Office, which administers
student privacy rights for release of student information. A student
may change address, telephone number, e-mail address, and privacy options through MyUCLA. For more details on privacy options,
see Disclosure of Student Records in the Official Notices section or
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on MyUCLA. To access the online Campus Directory, see http://
www.directory.ucla.edu.
Student Technology Center
The Student Technology Center coordinates computing connectivity
to the campus network for students living in on-campus housing,
including network card purchase and installation, and technical support. The center houses a computer laboratory with Macintosh and
Windows computers. It also offers fax, shipping, copying, and printing services. Located opposite Covel Commons at 330 De Neve
Drive, (310) 825-3400; see https://housing.ucla.edu/residence-hallcomputing/student-technology-center.
UCLA Homepage
The UCLA homepage (http://www.ucla.edu) offers a gateway for
access to information on campus teaching, research, and service.
Its main menu links to sites for prospective and current students;
arts, museums, and athletic events; and academic, library, and
research information. It also offers access to the Online Directory
and pages for alumni. In addition, the current students link connects
to MyUCLA, student services, computing laboratories, and campus
news. A search feature allows for easy browsing through the thousands of web pages that comprise the UCLA site, including those
for departments, programs, and services.
UCLA Library Electronic
Resources
While continuing to develop and manage collections of traditional
printed materials, the UCLA Library also purchases or licenses
access to many digital resources which are available through its
website, http://www.library.ucla.edu. Resources include electronic
journals, books, reference works, periodical indexes, and abstracts.
The online UCLA Library Catalog contains records for all library
holdings and other campus collections, including the Film and Television Archive, Ethnomusicology Archive, and ethnic studies center
libraries. It also shows library item location and circulation status,
and allows users to request document delivery services and Southern Regional Library Facility (SRLF) items.
The online Melvyl Catalog contains information on all University of
California campus holdings as well as a number of other collections.
Through Melvyl, users can request items from other campuses and
have them delivered to UCLA.
Librarians and trained staff are available in the libraries, online, and
by telephone to answer questions about using online systems, and
to provide assistance with reference and research topics.
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Student Services
Student Services support the teaching, research, and public service
functions of the University while they promote the academic success of UCLA students and enhance the quality of campus life.
Student Copy. A student may obtain an unofficial transcript
through MyUCLA. This unofficial transcript contains a student’s
complete academic record but does not carry the Registrar’s seal.
Academic Transcript
Registrar’s Office Services
In addition to enrollment services, the Registrar’s Office helps
students determine residence status, change names on official
records, and obtain transcripts and degrees. See the Registrar’s
Services Directory for a complete list of services.
Establishing Residence for Tuition
Purposes
Specific criteria for establishing residence for tuition purposes are
included in the Appendix of the current UCLA General Catalog and
on the Registrar’s Office website at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/
residence/. Direct inquiries about residence requirements to the
Residence Deputy, 1113 Murphy Hall, (310) 825-3447. No other University personnel are authorized to supply information about residence requirements for tuition purposes.
The Petition for Residence Classification is obtained on the Registrar’s Office website and filed at 1113 Murphy Hall prior to the late
registration period for the term in which the student is eligible for
classification from nonresident to resident status. Documentation of
residence will be requested at that time.
Legal Name Change
To change their legal name on official University records, students
must obtain and file the UCLA Legal Name Change or Correction
form at the Registrar’s Office, 1113 Murphy Hall; there is no fee for
this service. Proof of former and new name must be submitted with
the form. Forms are available online at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/
forms/. Other name modifications (e.g., accents or punctuation) for
diplomas are processed through MyUCLA; see Transcripts and
Diplomas in the Academic Policies section.
Current students must obtain a new BruinCard at 123 Kerckhoff Hall
for a replacement fee.
Official Transcripts
Two versions of official UCLA student records are available from the
Registrar’s Office, 1113 Murphy Hall. These are the academic transcript and the verification transcript. Each is designed to meet specific needs. Official transcripts are not available electronically.
Official UCLA transcripts are printed on security paper to safeguard
against unauthorized duplication, alteration, and misrepresentation.
The paper has a multicolor security background with a faint background design and a border with the words “University of California,
Los Angeles.” Authentication details are located in the lower right
hand corner of the transcript, and the transcript legend is located on
the reverse of the document.
The Registrar’s Office provides transcripts for regular and summer
sessions. For UCLA Extension courses, order transcripts from UCLA
Extension, P.O. Box 24901, Los Angeles, CA 90024 or online at
http://www.uclaextension.edu. For transcripts from the schools of
Dentistry, Law, and Medicine, contact the school or see http://www
.registrar.ucla.edu/faq/transcriptfaq.htm.
The academic transcript is a student’s complete academic record,
including a listing of courses taken, transfer credit, units, grades,
grade-point average (GPA), earned UCLA degrees, and in-progress
term information, which includes a list of the courses that student
enrolled in during the term the document was requested, and other
in-progress information such as a change in major or the removal of
an I grade.
Grades for completed terms are processed immediately following
the conclusion of final examinations. Complete academic transcripts
are available approximately two weeks after the last day of the term.
For graduating students, academic transcripts with the graduation
date included are available approximately six weeks after the end of
the term. If earlier proof of graduation (certificate of completion) is
required, students may contact their degree auditor in 1113 Murphy
Hall.
The minimum period required for processing and issuing academic
transcripts for both registered and former students is three working
days. Expedited service (processing within 24 hours) is available for
an additional charge per addressee.
Verification Transcript
The verification transcript certifies registration (fee payment),
enrollment status, and degrees. Verification transcripts confirm student status only after registration fees have been paid for the term.
Verification of student workload is based on actual enrolled units
and does not consider wait-listed units or list courses for a term.
Verification of degree can be issued after the degree has been
posted to the student’s record, approximately six weeks after the
term ends. If verification is required before the degree is posted, students may contact their degree auditor in 1113 Murphy Hall. There
may be a fee, depending upon the service requested.
Third-Party Verifications
UCLA has authorized National Student Clearinghouse to act as its
agent for all third-party verifications of student enrollment and
degrees. Degree verification for the most recent term is available
approximately eight weeks after the term ends. The Clearinghouse
abides by all provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy
Act (FERPA). See http://www.studentclearinghouse.org.
Ordering Transcripts
Current students must order official academic and verification transcripts online through MyUCLA or by mail using the Transcript Order
form at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/. Students requiring
special handling or services, or noncurrent students, may order academic and verification transcripts in person at 1113 Murphy Hall.
The Transcript Order form must be used if an attachment, such as
LSAT scores or AMCAS forms, etc., is to be included with the transcript.
The Transcript Order form should be mailed to UCLA Registrar’s
Office, Attn: [Academic or Verification] Transcripts, 1105 Murphy
Hall, Box 951429, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1429.
More information on ordering transcripts is available by calling
(310) 825-1091, option 6, or by sending e-mail to [email protected]
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vided at the Ashe Center, its clinician will give the student a written
referral to a network provider.
See Miscellaneous Fees for transcript-related fees and services. For
online orders, an American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or VISA
card is required. Mail orders must be accompanied by a check or
money order payable to Regents-UC. For in-person orders, current
students’ transcript-related fees are billed to their BruinBill account.
Most academic and verification transcripts are available at no
charge after payment of the Document Fee. A fee may be charged
for some transcript-related services. Forms that must be completed
by the Registrar’s Office and envelopes that require official signatures are charged a special handling fee. Expedited service (processing within 24 hours) is available for an additional fee per
addressee. USPS express mail or Federal Express (FedEx) services
are also available; see the Miscellaneous Fees chart for details.
Transcripts can be faxed with payment of an additional fee for domestic and international faxes. Transcripts that are faxed are generally not
considered official, and confidentiality can not be guaranteed.
Transcript orders are not processed for anyone with outstanding
obligations to the University. Fees are subject to change at any time.
Veterans Affairs
The Registrar’s veterans affairs coordinator provides information for
veterans and their eligible dependents about U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) educational benefits and tutorial assistance. The
coordinator also issues fee waivers to dependents of California veterans who are deceased or disabled due to service-related injuries and
who meet income restrictions pursuant to California Education Code
section 10652. The veterans affairs coordinator is located at 1113
Murphy Hall, (310) 825-5391. More information about these and
other veterans services on campus can be found on the Registrar’s
Office website at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/faq/veteranfaq.htm.
Other Student Services
Programs and services are geared to supporting the mental, social,
and physical development needs of students in a healthy, safe, and
intellectually challenging environment.
Arthur Ashe Student Health and
Wellness Center
The Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center is a full-service
medical clinic available to all registered UCLA students. Its clinical
staff of physicians, nurse practioners, and nurses is board certified.
It offers primary care, specialty clinics, and physical therapy. The
center has its own pharmacy, optometry, radiology, and laboratory.
Visits, point-of-care laboratory testing, X-rays, and preventive immunizations are all prepaid for students with the University of California
Student Health Insurance Plan (UCSHIP). UCSHIP students are
expected to begin all nonemergency medical care at the Ashe Center, after which they may be referred (as medically necessary) to a
UC Family provider or an outside participating network provider.
UCSHIP students must obtain a referral from the Ashe Center before
receiving nonemergency medical services. Claims are not considered for payment without an Ashe Center referral.
For emergency care when the Ashe Center is closed, students may
call nurse line telephone triage services at (310) 825-4073 (open 24
hours a day, seven days a week), or obtain treatment at the UCLA
Medical Center Emergency Room, the nearest emergency room, or
a network urgent-care provider. It is the student’s responsibility to
have insurance billed. A student with UCSHIP must have follow-up
visits, after emergencies, at the Ashe Center. If care cannot be pro-
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For specific UCSHIP benefits tier structure and coverage information, see the Ashe Center website and select Insurance, send e-mail
to [email protected], or call (310) 825-4073.
The Ashe Center website processes students’ proof of immunity to
Hepatitis B prior to enrollment. Information about this requirement is
available on the Ashe website; for questions, send e-mail to
[email protected]
The plan year deductible is waived for services provided at the Ashe
Center, by UC Family providers, and for payable emergency room
visits, urgent care visits, and network provider office visits. A copayment or coinsurance applies for these services.
All fees incurred at the Ashe Center are billed directly to students’
BruinBill accounts. The cost of services received outside the Ashe
Center is each student’s financial responsibility. Students who waive
UCSHIP need to ensure that they are enrolled in a plan qualified to
cover expenses incurred outside of the Ashe Center, and are
responsible for knowing the benefits of and local providers for their
medical plan.
A student with UCSHIP who is dismissed, takes a leave of absence,
or withdraws during a term with a less than 100 percent refund continues to be eligible for health services for the remainder of the term.
Office hours during the academic year are Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Friday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Located at
221 Westwood Plaza (next to John Wooden Center), (310) 825-4073;
see http://www.studenthealth.ucla.edu.
BruinCard
The UCLA BruinCard is a mandatory campuswide identification card
that can electronically confirm student status and eligibility for services.
A BruinCard is issued only upon presentation of supporting photo
identification: a U.S. driver’s license or state ID, passport, or military ID.
BruinCard features and functions include:
1. Official university ID used to gain admission to campus events,
and to verify identification for health care at the Ashe Center,
examinations, and voting in student elections
2. Pre-paid debit card feature can be used for purchases at campus stores and restaurants, and at select local merchants
3. Library card for materials check-out, copies, and printing
4. Campus gym and recreational facilities pass
5. Residence hall access key and meal card for residence dining
halls and select campus restaurants
6. Laundry card at all university housing laundry facilities
7. Transportation card for discounted fares on selected local
bus lines
Students with holds from an office with which they have an outstanding obligation (financial, academic, or administrative) may not receive
services until the hold is released by the initiating office. For details
on outstanding holds and initiating offices, check MyUCLA.
To make a deposit, check account balance, view recent transactions, and report lost or stolen cards, see the BruinCard website at
https://secure.bruincard.ucla.edu/bcw/web/Home.aspx.
The BruinCard center in 123 Kerckhoff Hall is open weekdays from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m., (310) 825-2336.
Bruin Resource Center
The Bruin Resource Center (BRC) helps students transition into
UCLA. Even the most capable students can, at times, feel confused
and intimidated by the size and complexity of UCLA. To assist them
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in navigating the university, BRC provides students with information,
referrals, and support, and connects them with the right campus
resources and people. BRC offers specialized services for undocumented students, former foster youth, students with dependents/children, transfer and re-entering students, and veterans
(including the Veterans Resource Center). BRC aims to assist all students who might feel lost or disconnected, and help them find their
place in the UCLA community. With its campuswide partners, BRC
strives to cultivate an inclusive and nurturing educational environment that promotes lifelong learning, well-being, and whole-person
development. Located at B44 Student Activities Center; see
http://www.brc.ucla.edu.
Career Center
The UCLA Career Center offers services and resources to help
students and alumni explore career possibilities, make career plans,
develop skills for conducting a successful job search, obtain internships, and secure part- and full-time employment.
Services include career counseling; career laboratory; graduate and
professional school planning; letters of reference and credentials file
services; Master’s and Ph.D. career services; career fairs and targeted events; information sessions; BruinViewTM jobs, internships,
and interviews; Bruin Alum-Link™ career counseling for UC eligible
alumni; BruinViewTM for Alumni; and international internships and
other opportunities.
Workshops are offered on a variety of topics, including skills assessment, graduate and professional school preparation, résumé and
curriculum vitae writing, mock interviews, international opportunities, and Internet job search strategies.
Career Center hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Located in the
Strathmore Building second and third floors (north entrance), 501
Westwood Plaza, (310) 206-1915; see http://career.ucla.edu.
Cultural and Recreational Affairs
UCLA Recreation (Department of Cultural and Recreational Affairs)
coordinates recreational programming and supervises campus and
off-site recreation and fitness activities, facilities, and services.
Located at 2131 Wooden Center; see http://www.recreation.ucla.edu.
Dean of Students
The Office of the Dean of Students assists students with whatever
needs they might have. Direct services include general counseling;
sending emergency messages to students; and assisting in understanding University policies and procedures, including grievance
procedures regarding student records, discrimination, and student
debts. Located at 1206 Murphy Hall; see http://www.deanofstudents
.ucla.edu.
Disabilities and Computing Program
The Disabilities and Computing Program (DCP) provides adaptive
technology and information access support and services for students, faculty, and staff with disabilities. Applications include voice
input, Braille, large print, screen-reading software, and learning disability software. Consulting and training for individuals and departments are available. The program also offers Web accessibility
evaluations and guidelines. The Disabilities and Computing Laboratory is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Located at 4909 Math Sciences, voice/TTY (310) 206-7133; see
http://www.dcp.ucla.edu.
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Housing Services
University Housing
Housing Services oversees on-campus housing for undergraduate
students and university apartments for students with families and
graduate students. Applications for on-campus housing and university apartments require a nonrefundable application fee. Apply
online at https://housing.ucla.edu. For answers to frequently asked
questions about housing and the application process, contact
UCLA Housing Services online at http://ask.housing.ucla.edu.
Located at 360 De Neve Drive (Sproul Hall).
Off-Campus Housing
The Community Housing Office offers rental resources for students,
faculty, and staff interested in non-university, off-campus housing.
The office maintains online listings that include vacant rental units,
shared rentals, rooms in private homes, and short-term shared and
vacant sublets (one to six months). Students can search listings at
no charge. Located at 360 De Neve Drive (Sproul Hall); see
http://www.cho.ucla.edu.
International Student Services
Dashew Center for International Students and
Scholars
The Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars assists
international students with questions about immigration, employment, government regulations, financial aid, academic and administrative procedures, cultural adjustment, and personal matters. The
center provides visa assistance for faculty, researchers, and postdoctoral scholars. It also offers programming to meet the needs of
the campus multicultural popluation. Located at 106 Bradley International Hall; see http://www.internationalcenter.ucla.edu.
International Education Office
Study abroad is an exciting and broadening experience that
enriches any educational curriculum. The International Education
Office (IEO) serves as the campuswide gateway to international education by developing, publicizing, and administering study abroad
and student exchange programs. The programs include UC Education Abroad Program (UCEAP), Travel Study, UCLA Exchange, and
other opportunities for American and international students. Located
at 1332 Murphy Hall; see http://ieo.ucla.edu.
Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender
Campus Resource Center
The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Campus Resource
Center provides a comprehensive range of education, information,
and advocacy services, and works to create and maintain an open,
safe, and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex,
transgender, queer, questioning, and same-gender-loving students,
faculty, staff, and the entire UCLA community. The center offers support for student groups, educational workshops, training seminars,
and social activities. It houses a library of over 4,000 books, periodicals, and films; a computer facility; and a lounge. The center supports students, faculty, and staff with campus and community
resource information about LGBT life and issues. Located at B36
Student Activities Center; see http://www.lgbt.ucla.edu or send email to [email protected]
Libraries
The UCLA Library, a physical and virtual network of libraries serving
programs of study and research in many fields, is among the top
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research libraries in the U.S. The total collections number more than
11 million volumes, more than 100,000 serial titles, and some
700,000 electronic resources.
Undergraduates are encouraged to use Powell (College) Library,
which features collections and services in support of the undergraduate curriculum. The Arts Library, Louise M. Darling Biomedical
Library, Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library, Hugh and Hazel Darling Law Library, Eugene and Maxine Rosenfeld Management
Library, Music Library, Charles E. Young Research Library, and Science and Engineering Library serve scholarly and research needs of
undergraduate and graduate students and faculty. Additional materials are stored at the Southern Regional Library Facility (SRLF).
On the library website, users can search for collections, services,
holdings, and information at UCLA, the UC system, and libraries
worldwide; get help from a librarian online, by e-mail, or by telephone; find library hours and locations; and more. See
http://www.library.ucla.edu.
Mental Health Services
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers students brief
personal counseling and psychotherapy at 221 Westwood Plaza
(Wooden West), (310) 825-0768. Psychologists, clinical social workers, and psychiatrists assist with situational stresses and emotional
problems that impact students’ academic progress, which may
include problems with interpersonal relationships, academic stress,
loneliness, difficult decisions, sexual issues, anxiety, depression,
sexual orientation or gender identity, or other concerns.
Services are confidential and available to regularly enrolled students.
A large number of support and therapy groups offered each term;
see http://www.counseling.ucla.edu. Appointments are made weekdays between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8
a.m. and 5 p.m. on Friday. Emergency and urgent counseling are
also available during business hours. There are fees for all individual
clinical services. If a student is enrolled in UCSHIP, these clinical
fees are paid by UCSHIP. Students may access CAPS 24 hours a
day for crisis telephone counseling by calling (310) 825-0768.
CAPS is also home of the Campus Assault Resources and Education (CARE) program. CARE offers prevention programs for sexual
assault, domestic violence, and stalking. CARE team members
respond with advocacy, consultation, and counseling for assault
survivors. CARE can be accessed 24 hours a day at (310) 825-0768.
Office for Students with Disabilities
The Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) is the only campus
entity authorized to determine a student’s eligibility for disabilityrelated accommodations and services. Academic support services
are determined for each regularly enrolled student with documented
permanent or temporary disabilities based on specific disabilitybased requirements. OSD policies and practices comply with all
applicable federal and state laws, including Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA) of 1990, and are consistent with University policy.
Services include campus orientation and accessibility, note takers,
reader service, sign language interpreters, Learning Disability Program, registration assistance, test-taking facilitation, special parking
assistance, real-time captioning, assistive listening devices, oncampus transportation, adaptive equipment, support groups and
workshops, tutorial referral, special materials, housing appeals,
referral to UCLA’s Disabilities and Computing Program, and processing of California Department of Rehabilitation authorizations.
There is no fee for any of these services. All contacts and assistance
are handled confidentially. Located at A255 Murphy Hall, (310) 8251501; see http://www.osd.ucla.edu.
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Ombuds Services
The Office of Ombuds Services is a resource that provides assistance in resolving conflicts, disputes, or complaints on an informal
basis to all members of the UCLA community. This office is independent, neutral, and confidential. Located at 105 Strathmore Building.
For more information see http://www.ombuds.ucla.edu or call (310)
825-7627.
Parking and Commuter Services
Commuter Services
The Bruin Commuter Services (BCS) Office informs students about
commuting and transportation options. Learn more online at
http://www.transportation.ucla.edu or at the BCS office, located at
100 Strathmore Building (Strathmore Drive and Westwood Plaza),
7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, (310) 794-RIDE.
Discount fare options cover nearly all public transit coming to campus. BruinGo! offers a 50-cent fare on the Santa Monica Big Blue
Bus and Culver CityBus lines (BruinCard required). The Go Metro
quarterly pass offers half-price fares on all Metro Bus and Metro Rail
lines. Students can also purchase half-price transit passes for
LADOT Commuter Express (quarterly), Santa Clarita Transit
(monthly), and Antelope Valley Transit Authority (monthly) buses. A
monthly EZ pass, valid on 24 carriers covering the greater Los Angeles region and convenient for students who regularly ride two or
more carriers, is also available at half price.
In addition to riding public transit to UCLA, students can learn about
all available commuter options, including carpooling, bicycling, and
vanpooling, at https://main.transportation.ucla.edu/getting-to-ucla.
The Bruin Commuter Club offers special benefits and incentives to
eligible UCLA students who ride public transit, use a UCLA vanpool,
or carpool with two other persons. See http://www.bruincommuter
.ucla.edu.
Parking Permits
Students interested in purchasing parking should apply online at
https://www.transportation.ucla.edu/appmain.htm using their UCLA
Logon ID. Parking offers are prioritized according to class standing
listed in the student database as follows: graduate students followed by undergraduates (seniors and juniors, followed by sophomores and first-year students). Students who carpool are given
priority within each category. Students must be registered for the
current term to apply for parking.
All commuter students qualify for parking. Students living in ZIP
code 90024 must pay the residence hall parking rate to allow their
vehicle to be garaged on campus.
Students living on campus (excluding Regents’ Scholars) must have
a local, verifiable, current, continuous, and off-campus, job, class, or
apprenticeship to qualify for parking. Current pay stubs and driver
license are required at the time of application and permit pickup.
Carpool groups that apply on time are given priority for carpool permits at a discounted rate. All members of the carpool must meet the
carpool parking requirements.
Permits are not guaranteed. Student parking applications and
related information are available on the student parking permits
web page at https://main.transportation.ucla.edu/campus-parking/
students. For payment deadlines, see the Calendar or https://main
.transportation.ucla.edu/campus-parking/students/student-parkingdates-and-deadlines.
Students with permanent disabilities who have DMV-issued disabled
persons’ placards or disabled persons’ license plates, and students
with short-term disabilities, may apply to the Office for Students with
Disabilities for parking assignments and on-campus transportation
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assistance. See http://www.osd.ucla.edu/docs/Publications/Guide
lines/Parking.html.
Parking permits and access cards to campus lots and structures are
not transferable and may only be purchased from UCLA Parking
Services. Resale is prohibited and subjects both buyer and seller to
disciplinary action.
Student Legal Services
Currently registered and enrolled students with legal problems or
questions about their legal rights can get assistance from experienced attorneys who help students resolve legal problems, including those related to landlord/tenant relations; accident and injury
problems; criminal matters; domestic violence and harassment;
divorces and other family law matters; automobile purchase, repair,
and insurance problems; health care, credit, and financial aid issues;
consumer problems; and University-related problems. Assistance is
available by appointment from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Located
in A239 Murphy Hall, (310) 825-9894; see http://www.studentlegal
.ucla.edu.
Student Organizations, Leadership,
and Engagement
Student Organizations, Leadership, and Engagement (SOLE) helps
students start a club or join an existing one, and serves as the official registry for all campus organizations. Staff members advise
activities ranging from community service to campus retention and
student outreach. SOLE assists students with program and leadership development (such as the Bruin Leaders Project) and fundrais-
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ing, interprets and enforces University rules and regulations, and
administers bulletin boards on campus. Located at 105 Kerckhoff
Hall; see http://www.studentactivities.ucla.edu.
UCLA Store: Textbooks and Course
Materials
Textbooks and course readers for most classes are available in the
UCLA Store–Ackerman Union, located on the A Level of Ackerman
Union. For store hours, refund policies, and textbook information,
call (310) 206-0790. For information on book buyback, call (310)
206-0785.
Law, management, urban planning, social welfare, public policy,
architecture, art, urban design, information studies, and theater, film,
and television textbooks are available at the UCLA Store–Lu Valle
Commons. On-campus UCLA Extension textbooks are also
stocked there. For more information, call (310) 825-7238.
Textbooks for medicine, dentistry, nursing, public health, and the
health sciences are available at the UCLA Store–Health Sciences.
For more information, call (310) 825-7721.
The best times to shop are on weekends, or before 10 a.m. and after
5 p.m. on weekdays. Students should save their cash register
receipts, since they are required for returns or refunds. See the Calendar section for refund deadlines.
Find required textbooks at http://www.uclastore.com. Click on the
textbooks tab and follow the directions on screen. Computer Store
price lists and the UCLA BookZone database for reference books
and study aids are also online.
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Registrar’s Services Directory
The Registrar’s Office is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. For more information, see the Registrar’s Office Frequently Asked Questions at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/faq/.
Student Service
Degree auditor: current-term degree candidates, ask to see
Letters and Science Degree Auditors
Master’s/Doctoral
Arts and Architecture
Engineering
Nursing
Theater, Film, and Television
Degree Progress Report (DPR) and Degree Audit
View and print DPR/degree audit
Contact
(310) 825-2754
(310) 825-2754
(310) 206-3564
(310) 825-9602
(310) 825-7181
(310) 825-5761
Location
1113 Murphy Hall
1113 Murphy Hall
2200 Broad Art Center
6426 Boelter Hall
2-200 Factor Building
103 East Melnitz Building
MyUCLA
Diplomas
Receive for awarded degree; request duplicate or special order diploma
(310) 825-1091, option 6
1113 Murphy Hall
Enrollment services
Process restricted courses and enrollment petitions
(310) 825-1091, option 6
1113 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-1091, option 6
1113 Murphy Hall
Good student auto insurance forms
In person
1113 Murphy Hall
Grades
Receive current and past term grade reports
Inquire about procedures for grade changes or incomplete grades
MyUCLA
(310) 825-1091, option 6
1113 Murphy Hall
Holds
Receive details on holds initiating offices
MyUCLA
Fees
Receive information on approved fee reductions for part-time undergraduates; on refunds for withdrawal, dismissal, cancellation, leave of
absence; or waivers for late registration fee payment, enrollment petition
Personal Information
Change legal name or social security number
(name change forms available online at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/)
Change address, telephone, or contact information
Request preferred first name
Verify privacy options (disclosure of student records)
Readmission
File undergraduate readmission application, request application
Registration
Cancel registration before the first day of class
Verify registration fees payment
Residence information for tuition purposes
Determine eligibility for change in residence status
Transcripts
Order official transcripts online
Order official transcripts with attachments in person
View student copy (unofficial) transcript
Verifications
Confirm status of student attendance, degrees, address information, loan
forms
Veterans Affairs
In person
1113 Murphy Hall
MyUCLA
MyUCLA
MyUCLA
1113 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-1091, option 6
[email protected]
.ucla.edu
1113 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-1091, option 6
MyUCLA
1113 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-3447
[email protected]
.ucla.edu
1113 Murphy Hall
MyUCLA
In person
[email protected]
.ucla.edu
MyUCLA
1113 Murphy Hall
Student: MyUCLA
Third party: http://www
.studentclearinghouse.org
(310) 825-5391
[email protected]
1113 Murphy Hall
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Student Services Directory
Student Services support teaching, research, and public service functions of the University by providing programs, services, and educational
experiences that promote the academic success of UCLA students and enhance the quality of campus life. Programs and services are geared
to supporting the mental, social, and physical development needs of students in a healthy, safe, and intellectually challenging environment.
Student Service
Location
Telephone
Web Address
Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center
221 Westwood Plaza
(310) 825-4073
http://www.studenthealth.ucla.edu
BruinCard Center
123 Kerckhoff Hall
(310) 825-2336
https://secure.bruincard.ucla.edu
/bcw/web/home.aspx
Bruin Commuter Services
100 Strathmore Bldg
(310) 794-RIDE
https://main.transportation.ucla.edu
Bruin Resource Center
B44 Student Activities
Center
(310) 825-3945
http://brc.ucla.edu
Career Center
2nd and 3rd floors,
Strathmore Building
(310) 206-1915
http://career.ucla.edu
Community Housing Office
360 De Neve Drive
(310) 825-4491
https://housing.ucla.edu/communityhousing
Community Programs Office
105 Student Activities
Center
(310) 825-5969
http://uclacommunityprograms.org
Counseling and Psychological Services
Wooden West
(310) 825-0768
http://counseling.ucla.edu
Dashew Center for International Students
and Scholars
106 Bradley International Hall
(310) 267-1681
http://www.internationalcenter
.ucla.edu
Dean of Students
1206 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-3871
http://www.deanofstudents.ucla.edu
Disabilities and Computing Program
4919 Math Sciences
(310) 206-7133
https://dcp.ucla.edu
Fellowships and Financial Services Office
1228 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-1025
https://grad.ucla.edu
Financial Aid and Scholarships
A129J Murphy Hall
(310) 206-0400
http://financialaid.ucla.edu
Housing Services
360 De Neve Drive
(310) 206-7011
https://housing.ucla.edu
International Education Office
1332 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-4995
http://ieo.ucla.edu
Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Campus
Resource Center
B36 Student Activities
Center
(310) 206-3628
http://www.lgbt.ucla.edu
Library—College
Powell Library
Loan Services Office
A227 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-9864
http://www.loans.ucla.edu
Office for Students with Disabilities
A255 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-1501 (voice)
(310) 206-6083 (TTY)
http://osd.ucla.edu
Office of Ombuds Services
105 Strathmore Bldg
(310) 825-7627
http://www.ombuds.ucla.edu
Parking Permits
100 Strathmore Bldg
(310) 794-RIDE
https://main.transportation.ucla.edu/
campus-parking/students
Payment Solutions and Compliance
1125 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-2201
http://asksfs.custhelp.com
Registrar’s Office
1113 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-1091
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu
Student Legal Services
A239 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-9894
http://www.studentlegal.ucla.edu
Student Organizations, Leadership, and
Engagement
105 Kerckhoff Hall
(310) 825-7041
http://www.sole.ucla.edu
UCLA Recreation
2131 Wooden Center
(310) 825-3701
http://www.recreation.ucla.edu
UCLA Store
Ackerman Union
(310) 825-7711
http://shop.uclastore.com
Undergraduate Admission
1147 Murphy Hall
(310) 825-3101
http://www.admission.ucla.edu
Veterans Resource Center
B44 Student Activities
Center
(310) 206-6915
http://www.veterans.ucla.edu
http://library.ucla.edu
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Academic Policies
Admission Policies
An application for admission must be submitted and accepted in
accordance with the schedule specified in the Calendar section
before a new student may register at the University. Preliminary
information about registering is given to new students when the
Statement of Intent to Register is submitted online. Please note:
Your admission to the University is only guaranteed for the term you
are admitted. If you do not register for this “admit” term, you must
apply for admission again.
Undergraduate Readmission
One-Term Absence
Students who complete a term (Fall, Winter, or Spring Quarter) and
do not register the following term may return to UCLA the subsequent term as a continuing student and be eligible to register and
enroll in advance.
Planned Academic Leave (PAL) for
International Travel
Students who plan to participate in a study abroad program sponsored by an institution other than UC are required to take a planned
academic leave of absence (PAL) from UCLA. After they are
accepted into a program, students must register their program with
the UCLA International Education Office (IEO), B300 Murphy Hall.
Registering the program also generates the student application for
the leave of absence.
Requirements for programs and registration can be found on the IEO
website at http://www.ieo.ucla.edu/nonucprograms.
Students returning from an approved leave of absence for participation in a registered non-UC study abroad program are not required
to seek readmission, but must provide official transcripts for coursework evaluation.
Re-entering Students
To return to the University after an absence of more than one term,
students—except for those on PAL for non-UC study abroad—must
complete an Undergraduate Readmission Application and file it with
the Registrar’s Office in accordance with published deadlines. A
nonrefundable fee applies (see Miscellaneous Fees in the Registration section). The application is available online at http://www.regis
trar.ucla.edu/forms/.
Deadlines for filing the readmission application are shown below. If a
deadline falls on a Saturday or Sunday, it is extended to the next
business day. Students are encouraged to apply at least six to eight
weeks prior to the deadline in order to enroll during the first pass
enrollment period. Applications received after the deadline are
assessed a late readmission fee and, if applicable, a late registration
fee (see Miscellaneous Fees).
Fall Quarter
Winter Quarter
Spring Quarter
August 15
November 25
February 25
Students who have attended any educational institution—including
another University of California campus or UCLA Extension—since
their last attendance at UCLA must submit official transcripts from
those schools with their application. Students admitted prior to Fall
1988 who have not been registered at UCLA for the last five years
are required to resubmit official transcripts of all work completed
outside UCLA. Action taken on the application is contingent upon
receipt and evaluation of these transcripts. Mail the completed
application, Statement of Legal Residence (available online at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/), and official transcripts (if
applicable) to UCLA Registrar’s Office, Attn: Readmission, 1113
Murphy Hall, Box 951429, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1429.
Graduate Registration and
Readmission
For details on the policies below, consult Standards and Procedures
for Graduate Study at UCLA at https://grad.ucla.edu/gasaa/library/
spintro.htm.
Continuous Registration Policy
Graduate students must be either registered and enrolled or on an
official leave of absence every term until their degrees are awarded.
As an exception, certain graduate students may be eligible to pay
the filing fee (see below). Failure to register or be on an official leave
of absence for any term (Fall, Winter, or Spring Quarter) constitutes
withdrawal from UCLA.
Filing Fee
Graduate students may be eligible to pay the filing fee (half the student services fee) in lieu of full registration fees for the term in which
they expect to complete final degree requirements and receive their
degree. Students are not eligible to pay the filing fee unless registered in the immediately preceding term. Students must pay the filing fee by the deadline for registration at the beginning of a term.
Students who pay the filing fee are not eligible for University services beyond a maximum of 12 hours of faculty and staff time
required to complete degree requirements and are not considered in
the same status as registered students. For more information, see
https://grad.ucla.edu/gasaa/etd/filingfee.htm.
Graduate Leave of Absence
Continuing graduate students in good standing (3.0 GPA or above)
who have completed at least one term of UCLA graduate work may,
with the support of their department and approval of the Graduate
Division, be eligible for leaves of absence. Graduate students are
allowed a maximum of three quarters of official leave of absence.
Additional requests are reviewed in exceptional circumstances.
International students must consult with the Dashew Center for
International Students and Scholars before applying for a leave of
absence. Federal policy governing students on F-1 and J-1 visas
restricts leaves of absence to certain conditions. Therefore, the
Dashew Center, in consultation with the Graduate Division, individually evaluates each international graduate student request for a
leave of absence to determine that it meets federal (and University)
eligibility criteria.
Students on approved leave of absence are not permitted to use
faculty time or make use of University facilities for more than 12
hours since their last registration, and are not eligible for apprentice
personnel employment or other services normally available to registered students. There is no need to apply for readmission, since the
approved leave is for readmission to a specific term.
Students on approved leave of absence may enroll voluntarily in
UCSHIP. Plan coverage may be purchased for a maximum of one
semester or two quarters. To enroll, contact Wells Fargo Insurance
Services at (800) 853-5899.
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Students obtain a Leave of Absence Request from the Graduate
Division website. See the Calendar section for the filing deadline. For
more information, see https://grad.ucla.edu/gasaa/library/loa.htm.
Students returning to the University after an absence of two or more
consecutive terms must submit a Statement of Legal Residence
(SLR) to the Registrar’s Office and are assessed registration fees.
The SLR is available online at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/.
In Absentia Registration. Graduate students taking coursework or
conducting research related to their degree programs outside California may be eligible for in absentia registration. Students registered in absentia pay 15 percent of tuition and the student services
fee, but pay the full amounts of other mandatory fees such as
UCSHIP, campus-based fees, nonresident supplemental tuition, and
professional degree supplemental tuition (as applicable). In absentia
registration and fee reductions may be used for a maximum of six
quarters or four semesters for academic doctoral students, and up
to three quarters or two semesters for master’s and graduate
professional students. For complete details and restrictions, see the
Graduate Division website at https://grad.ucla.edu/gasaa/library/
absentia.htm.
Readmission
Students who fail to register or take an official leave of absence are
required to apply for readmission and are held to any changes in
degree program requirements. Complete the online Application for
Graduate Admission at https://grad.ucla.edu. A nonrefundable readmission application fee must be paid when the application is filed in
accordance with deadlines published in the Calendar section.
Reduced Nonresident Supplemental Tuition
for Doctoral Candidates
Nonresident graduate doctoral students who have advanced to
candidacy are eligible for a 100 percent reduction in their annual
nonresident supplemental tuition. The reduced nonresident supplemental tuition begins with the first academic term following the
advancement to candidacy term. Students are eligible for reduced
nonresident supplemental tuition for a maximum of three years
(includes nonregistered time periods).
Degree Policies
Undergraduate Degrees
To qualify for a bachelor’s degree—that is, to graduate in any school
or College at UCLA—students must earn at least a C (2.0) average in
all courses taken at any UC campus. In addition to the grade-point
average requirement, students must satisfy (1) University requirements, (2) College or school requirements, and (3) department
requirements. See the UCLA General Catalog for details.
Degree Checks
Students can use the Degree Progress Report or Degree Audit feature available on MyUCLA. Anytime prior to graduation, students
may request a review of degree progress. Official degree checks
detail requirements remaining to complete the bachelor’s degree.
The degree check process varies by College or school:
College of Letters and Science. The Degree Progress Report (DPR)
or Degree Audit is a computer-generated assessment of all degree
requirements and the courses taken to fulfill them. View and print a
DPR or Degree Audit through MyUCLA or order one at a College
counseling office (Academic Advancement Program, 1209 Campbell
Hall; Honors Programs, A311 Murphy Hall; College Academic Counseling, A316 Murphy Hall). Students should review their DPR or
Degree Audit periodically with College and departmental undergraduate counselors to be sure they are on track to graduate.
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School of the Arts and Architecture. The Degree Audit is available through MyUCLA and on request from the Office of Student
Services, 2200 Broad Art Center. Students should consult an adviser
in the Office of Student Services when they have questions about
University or school requirements or their individual Degree Audit.
Specific questions regarding major requirements should be referred
to the departmental counselor.
Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science. The
Degree Audit is available through MyUCLA for students who entered
Fall 2012 and later. Students who enrolled prior to Fall 2012 should
use the HSSEAS Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) to determine which degree requirements are left to complete. See
http://www.seasoasa.ucla.edu/undergraduates/DARS for details.
Students should obtain an official degree check at least one term
prior to their graduation term, and can make an appointment to see
their academic counselor at 6426 Boelter Hall. For details, see the
school undergraduate degree audit website at http://www.seasoasa
.ucla.edu/seniors/degree-candidate-information.
School of Nursing. The Degree Audit is available through MyUCLA
for students who entered Fall 2012 and later. Students who enrolled
prior to Fall 2012 may request their most recent degree check from the
prelicensure student services coordinator in 2-147 Factor Building.
School of Theater, Film, and Television. The Degree Audit is
available through MyUCLA for students who entered Fall 2012 and
later. Students who enrolled prior to Fall 2012 should make an
appointment with their departmental counselor in the Student Services Office, 103 East Melnitz Building. Students entering as freshmen receive a written degree check on achieving junior standing;
those entering as juniors receive a degree check on entry. Students
may initiate or request an updated degree check by making an
appointment with their departmental counselor.
Transfer Credit
Students who take courses at a college or university other than
UCLA should first check the Articulation Agreements to determine
how the courses will transfer. Articulation Agreements are lists of
transferable courses from institutions other than UCLA. For questions, or if no Articulation Agreement exists, consult a counselor.
Once students complete the courses, they must have the other
institution send transcripts to UCLA Undergraduate Admission,
1147 Murphy Hall, Box 951436, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1436. They
must also go to Undergraduate Admission to submit a Transfer
Credit Evaluation Request to initiate a credit evaluation. Transfer students (who attended another college or university prior to attending
UCLA) should discuss transfer credit with their College or school
counselor and/or departmental adviser.
Declaration of Candidacy
To initiate the steps leading to the award of a bachelor’s degree,
students must identify the term in which they expect to complete
degree requirements through MyUCLA by the time they complete
160 units (172 units for engineering students) to avoid the late declaration of candidacy fee. The identified term must fall within the academic year (four quarters) subsequent to the term in which students
reach or expect to reach the 160- or 172-unit mark. Once they complete 160/172 or more units, a fee is assessed each time students
change the degree-expected term.
Current-term or past-term candidates over the unit limit must file
a UCLA Declaration of Candidacy form with the Registrar’s Office
at 1113 Murphy Hall. The form is available online at http://www.reg
istrar.ucla.edu/forms/.
Friday of week two is the last day to declare candidacy for the current term (with fee depending on units completed). Declaration of
candidacy after week two may result in a degree award date for the
following term and additional penalty fees.
Verify the degree expected term through MyUCLA. For questions
about degree candidacy status, Letters and Science students may
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inquire at 1113 Murphy Hall. Arts and Architecture, Engineering,
Nursing, and Theater, Film, and Television students should see their
school student affairs office. A photo ID is required. Declaring candidacy is not a guarantee of graduation. Current-term candidates are
not assigned enrollment appointments for the following term.
In Absentia Graduation
Students who intend to complete degree requirements while nonregistered (those who take a course through UCLA Extension or at
another institution, remove an Incomplete grade, and so on) must
file a request to graduate in absentia with their degree auditor in
1113 Murphy Hall by the week-two candidacy deadline. Students
graduating in absentia are assessed the undergraduate in absentia
degree processing fee in addition to the declaration of candidacy fee
if they were also not registered in the term immediately prior to their
degree expected term.
Minors
Letters and Science students must petition to enter a minor through
the department/office administering the program. Arts and Architecture, Engineering, Nursing, and Theater, Film, and Television students must also obtain the approval of their school. The last day to
obtain the required approval(s) is Friday of the second week of the
degree-expected term. Late entry to a minor may result in a degree
award date for the following term.
Satisfactory completion of the requirements for a minor is reflected
on the final transcript and diploma.
Final Degree Audits and Graduation
Degree auditors are responsible for verifying each candidate’s eligibility for a bachelor’s degree. Degree auditors have information pertaining to a student’s graduation only if that student has declared
candidacy and completed 160 quarter units (172 units for engineering students). During their graduating term, students should inform a
degree auditor of grade changes, petitions for substitutions or
exemptions, transfer credits, or similar changes that may affect their
degree. Degree auditors notify students whose graduation eligibility
cannot be verified of any requirements still outstanding and other
problems in completing the degree.
College of Letters and Science students, A316 Murphy Hall
Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science
students, 6426 Boelter Hall
School of the Arts and Architecture students, 2200 Broad Art
Center
School of Nursing students, 2-137 Factor Building
School of Theater, Film, and Television students, 103 East
Melnitz Building
Contact degree auditors only for questions about degree audits.
Phone numbers are in the Registrar’s Services Guide in the Student
Services section.
For graduation ceremony procedures, contact the College or
schools. Names of students who request that no public information
be released do not appear in commencement ceremony programs.
Students may change their privacy status on MyUCLA.
Honors
Latin Honors
The College and schools award Latin honors according to overall
grade-point average (GPA) at graduation. Honors are reflected on
official transcripts and diplomas. Eligible students must have completed at least 90 (98 for the School of Nursing) University of California
units for a letter grade. The levels of honors are summa cum laude,
magna cum laude, and cum laude. The minimum GPA requirements
for the current academic year are shown for each College or school.
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School of the Arts and Architecture: 3.897 for summa cum laude,
3.864 for magna cum laude, 3.785 for cum laude
College of Letters and Science: 3.899 for summa cum laude,
3.819 for magna cum laude, 3.700 for cum laude
School of Nursing: 3.899 for summa cum laude, 3.819 for magna
cum laude, 3.700 for cum laude
Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science:
3.827 for summa cum laude, 3.733 for magna cum laude, 3.631 for
cum laude. In addition, the school requires the upper division GPA to
be 3.827 for summa cum laude, 3.733 for magna cum laude, 3.631
for cum laude; a minimum 3.25 GPA in the major; and at least 80
upper division units completed at UC
School of Theater, Film, and Television: 3.936 for summa cum
laude, 3.854 for magna cum laude, 3.770 for cum laude
Requirements are subject to yearly change and other eligibility
restrictions. Contact the College or school for information.
Departmental Honors
Some departments in the College of Letters and Science award
honors, which are reflected on official transcripts and the diploma,
to graduates of their programs. Inquire about the availability of these
honors in the department office.
Tips For Graduating Seniors
1. All students should verify the degree expected term through
MyUCLA. If the degree expected term is incorrect, change it
through MyUCLA or by filing a Declaration of Candidacy form
(available online at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/) at
1113 Murphy Hall. This must be done before Friday of the second week of the last term.
2. All students should verify majors, minors, and specializations
as they appear on the DPR or Degree Audit during the final
term. If any information is in error, contact the appropriate
office or degree auditor.
3. Students finishing degree requirements without being enrolled
at UCLA in the final term (because, for example, they are
removing Incomplete grades, adding or dropping courses,
attending another institution) must file a request to graduate in
absentia at 1113 Murphy Hall. This must be done before Friday of the second week of the degree expected term.
4. Students completing coursework at another institution,
including UCLA Extension, must make sure their official transcripts (with grades) are received by the degree auditor in the
Registrar’s Office no later than three weeks after the end of the
degree expected term.
5. Students completing their work in Fall Quarter through the
Education Abroad Program should declare for Summer graduation. Check with Honors counselors and major departments
about necessary petitions before going abroad.
6. All students must satisfy any outstanding requirements before
graduating. Students are advised to meet with their appropriate counseling unit and/or enroll in an i-Grad workshop. Any
petitions to amend records must be filed no later than the last
day of the degree expected term.
7. Students in their final term should inform the Registrar’s Office
of postal mail and e-mail address changes. An address
change can be initiated on MyUCLA, at 1113 Murphy Hall, or
through the monthly BruinBill statement. Students who plan to
move at the end of the degree expected term and who will not
have access to MyUCLA should file an address change, identifying a future mailing address and effective date, before
leaving.
8. Students may not graduate in one term and then retroactively
add majors, minors, or specializations or add and drop
courses, and so forth. On degree conferral, the undergraduate
record is closed.
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9. Students should submit name changes to the Registrar’s
Office, 1113 Murphy Hall, by the last day of the degree
expected term for them to appear correctly on the diploma.
Any special accents or punctuation that should be reflected
on the diploma may be identified using the Diploma Request
feature on MyUCLA. The name on record is the name that
appears on the diploma.
10.Students should check their privacy and FERPA options
through MyUCLA before they graduate. A student with a
FERPA restriction will not appear in UCLA online or print
directories, or commencement publications.
Certain UCLA access and services expire or may require forwarding
action upon separation from the University. See https://www.bol.ucla
.edu/services/accounts/ for information about keeping your UCLA
Logon ID (for online services such as ordering transcripts), and
https://www.bol.ucla.edu/cgi-ssl/accounts/setforward/ for information about lifetime BOL e-mail forwarding.
Master’s Degrees
Students who expect to complete master’s degree requirements
should submit an Advancement to Candidacy form to their department no later than Friday of the second week of classes. See the
Calendar for deadlines.
After completion of all course requirements and the comprehensive
examination or thesis, the Registrar’s Office reviews the student’s
courses and grades in order to confirm the awarding of the degree.
Once the process is completed (approximately six weeks after the
end of the term), the degree is recorded on the student’s record and
appears on any official transcript ordered.
During the final term, the student must inform the Registrar’s Office
of postal mail and e-mail address changes. An address change can
be initiated on MyUCLA, at 1113 Murphy Hall, or through the
monthly BruinBill statement.
Transcripts and Diplomas
For graduating students, academic transcripts with the graduation
date included are available approximately six weeks after the end of
the term. Students requiring earlier proof of graduation may contact
degree auditors in 1113 Murphy Hall and request a certificate of
completion. A special degree processing fee may be assessed if
1. The request for a certificate is made before grades are posted
for the term and
2. The auditor must take special action to verify a grade or
grades, expedite a transfer credit evaluation, or obtain other
documentation necessary to clear the student for the degree
Diplomas for both undergraduate and graduate students are
available approximately three months after the degree award date.
After the third week of their degree-expected term, students should
access the Diploma Request feature on MyUCLA to provide release
instructions for the diploma. Students can request in-person pickup,
agent pickup, or mail delivery. Information about diploma availability
is sent to student e-mail addresses approximately six weeks after
the end of the final term. A diploma hotline with current recorded
diploma information is available seven days a week, 24 hours a day
at (310) 825-8883.
To identify capitalization, punctuation, or accent marks for a
diploma, students can use the Diploma Request feature on
MyUCLA. For name changes to appear on a diploma, students must
submit a Legal Name Change or Correction form (available at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/) to the Registrar’s Office, 1113
Murphy Hall by the last day of the degree-expected term. Students
submitting name changes after that date must request a replacement diploma and pay the special order diploma fee.
See Miscellaneous Fees in the Registration section for details on
transcript- and diploma-related charges.
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If an original diploma is destroyed, a replacement may be ordered
from the Registrar’s Office using the Diploma Request feature on
MyUCLA. There is a fee for the replacement diploma, and it bears a
reissue date and the signatures of the current officials of the state
and University.
Closure of Student Record
Student records are closed to revisions in enrollment, grading, and
academic actions upon award of a degree. Students are responsible
for requesting review of their record prior to award of their degree.
See UCLA Procedure 220.1 Student Grievances Regarding Challenge to Content of Student Records Under the Family Educational
Rights and Privacy Act, available at http://www.adminpolicies.ucla
.edu/app/Default.aspx?&id=220-1.
Changes requested by an individual after award of a degree are considered by the College or school only under extraordinary circumstances. Supportive documentation is required. Upon action of the
academic dean, a statement of the request for revision and a note of
the change may be recorded only in the memoranda section of the
transcript.
Class Levels
Class levels at UCLA are determined on the basis of the tables
below:
Undergraduate Levels
Class Designation
Units Completed
Freshman (UFR)
0-44.9
Sophomore (USO)
45-89.9
Junior (UJR)
90-134.9
Senior (USR)
135 or more
Second Bachelor’s (UB2)
—
Limited (UGL)
—
Unclassified (Summer only) (UNC)
—
EAP Reciprocity (UGE)
—
Class levels are used for determining course requisite eligibility for
enrollment.
Graduate Levels
Class Designation
Units Completed
Master’s (M.A./M.S.) (GMT)
Master’s degree objective
Professional Master’s (GPM)
—
Doctorate 1 (GD1)
Not advanced to candidacy
Doctorate 2 (GD2)
Advanced to candidacy
Certificate/Credential (GCT)
—
Unclassified (Summer only) (GNC)
—
Postdoctorate (GPX)
—
No Degree Objective (GDS)
—
Professional School (PF)
—
Professional School (PF2)
Second year (Law, 30-55.9 units)
Professional School (PF3)
Third year (Law, 56 or more units)
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Civic Engagement
Opportunities
UCLA Center for
Community Learning
Science Education 1SL. Classroom Practices in Elementary School
Science. (2) (Formerly numbered Life Sciences 71SL.)
In collaboration with academic departments, the UCLA Center for
Community Learning (CCL) offers undergraduate students the opportunity to participate in a variety of structured and rigorous academic
courses that promote citizenship, leadership, and social justice
through service learning, internships, and other community-based
learning experiences. The courses connect the research interests of
faculty members and students with the needs and priorities of UCLA’s
community partners. The center advises students on internships and
service learning opportunities and administers the Civic Engagement
and Disability Studies minors. See http://www.uei.ucla.edu/commu
nitylearning.htm.
Science Education 100SL. Classroom Practices in High School
Science. (5)
Civic Engagement Minor
The Civic Engagement minor is designed to provide students with a
core analytical, experiential, and theoretical framework for understanding issues of community building, governance, and the use of
civic resources. It examines the connections between individual
success and societal structures, while exploring traditions of service
and the history of civic movements. The minor can be paired with
any major as an applied and active way of putting disciplinary tools
to use and is intended for highly motivated students of any ideological perspective who are committed to education among a broader
community of learners. See http://www.uei.ucla.edu/civicminor.htm.
Internships and Service Learning
The Center for Community Learning (CCL) provides opportunities for
junior and senior students to link hands-on experience with classroom education. Many courses and programs are offered that
require fieldwork in the form of internships or community service
projects. Interested students should visit A265 Murphy Hall, (310)
825-7867, for advice on enrolling in internships and service learning
courses. Courses are listed at http://www.uei.ucla.edu/community
learninginternships.htm and at http://www.uei.ucla.edu/community
learningservicelearning.htm.
The following service learning courses are offered Winter Quarter 2016:
Asian American Studies 140SL. Power to People: Asian American
and Pacific Islander Community-Based Learning. (4)
Civic Engagement 50SL. Engaging Los Angeles. (5)
Civic Engagement 108SL. Introduction to Early Childhood Education: Civic Engagement Perspectives. (4)
Disability Studies 138SL. Applied Autism Intervention: Multidisciplinary Perspective. (4)
English Composition 3SL. English Composition, Rhetoric, and Language (Service Learning). (5)
Korean 107SL. Professional/Academic Korean and CommunityBased Learning. (4)
Mathematics 71SL. Classroom Practices in Elementary School
Mathematics. (2)
Mathematics 72SL. Classroom Practices in Middle School Mathematics. (2)
Science Education 10SL. Classroom Practices in Middle School
Science. (2) (Formerly numbered Life Sciences 72SL.)
Statistics 140SL. Practice of Statistical Consulting. (4)
Statistics 141SL. Practice of Statistical Consulting. (4)
World Arts and Cultures 177SL. Taking Action: Arts Practice and
Community Service. (4)
AAP students who participate in the Rosa Parks Community Development Internship Program and Educators for Tomorrow can earn
academic credit by enrolling in CCL-sponsored community-based
service learning projects.
University of California Center
Sacramento
The University of California Center Sacramento (UCCS) is operated
by UC Davis and cosponsored by the UC Office of the President.
The center’s long-term goal is to bring together UC faculty members
with undergraduate and graduate students to pursue research
related to state government, politics, and public policy. UCCS
places students in intensive one-term policy-related internships
throughout the State Capitol Building and in the Sacramento policy
community. UCCS is open to all juniors and seniors with a 3.0
grade-point average. For more information, send e-mail to jedwards
@college.ucla.edu. See http://uccs.ucdavis.edu.
Quarter in Washington, DC
The Center for American Politics and Public Policy (CAPPP) selects
undergraduate students each fall, winter, and spring, to participate in
its Quarter in Washington Program. The program offers an exciting
opportunity to combine UC courses with research and field experience. Students live at the UC Washington Center for up to 12
weeks, dividing their time between coursework and a part-time
internship placement. They are registered as UCLA students and
can earn UCLA credit in multiple majors (by petition) for all classes
taken. The core course, a research development seminar, is multiple-listed in political science, sociology, and history, meets the capstone requirement for the Public Affairs minor, and is eligible for
College Honors consideration. The internship placement fulfills the
internship requirement for the Civic Engagement minor. At least one
course in a subject other than political science, such as economics
or history, is usually offered each quarter. All courses take advantage
of Washington’s unique resources for study and research. UC
Washington Center administrators help students find a field placement that complements a substantial research project. Contact the
CAPPP Office, 2133 Rolfe Hall, (310) 206-3109 or send e-mail to
[email protected] See http://www.cappp.ucla.edu/quarterin
washington/.
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Collegium of University
Teaching Fellows Seminars
The Collegium of University Teaching Fellows (CUTF) is an innovative program that creates unique learning opportunities for both
graduate teaching fellows and undergraduate students on campus.
Through the program, some of UCLA’s very best advanced graduate
students have the opportunity to develop and teach a lower division
seminar in their field of specialization on a one-time only basis. This
experience serves as a capstone to the teaching apprenticeship,
preparing them for the academic job market and their role as future
faculty members. At the same time, undergraduate students who
enroll in CUTF seminars have the chance to take courses that are at
the cutting edge of a discipline, and to experience the benefits of
participating in a small-seminar environment. Seminars are taught in
Winter and Spring Quarters.
Ancient Near East
98T. Emergence of Medicine at Dawn of Civilization. (5) Seminar,
three hours. Enforced requisite: satisfaction of Entry-Level Writing
requirement. Freshmen/sophomores preferred. Medicinal practice
emerged in ancient Near East long before Greek sciences. Introduction to ancient cultural factors responding to frailties of human condition, namely death and suffering, and their subsequent
development into medicinal disciplines. Letter grading. M. Wingert
Architecture and Urban Design
98T. Retail Architecture: Sampling, Browsing, Scanning, and
Other Forms of Shopping. (5) Seminar, three hours. Enforced requisite: satisfaction of Entry-Level Writing requirement. Freshmen/sophomores preferred. Retail architecture represents most
explicit alignment between production and consumption within
architecture. Examination of developments within retail architecture
over 100-year period and consideration of various forms of consumer engagement fostered by these developments. Letter grading.
C. Gray
Art History
98T. Other Images: Art History, Byzantine Icons, and Contemporary Photographs. (5) Seminar, three hours. Enforced requisite: satisfaction of Entry-Level Writing requirement. Freshmen/sophomores
preferred. Introduction to art history through objects historically
excluded from purview of discipline’s primary concerns. These other
images—icons and photographs—uniquely problematize production
of art historical knowledge, providing opportunity to both critically
examine and propose new directions for art history. Letter grading.
J. An
Comparative Literature
98T. Reading Dancing, Dancing Poetry: Poetry and Dance in
20th-Century Europe and America. (5) Seminar, three hours.
Enforced requisite: satisfaction of Entry-Level Writing requirement.
Freshmen/sophomores preferred. Examination of interplay between
poetry and dance over first half of 20th century. Consideration of
texts and choreography from late 19th century to present, broader
relationship between poetry and dance in period, and relationship of
both to political and historic events, particularly with reference to
gender and sexuality. Letter grading. J. Scholick
Ethnomusicology
98T. Cultural Boundaries and National Borders: Transnational
Study of U.S. and Mexican Musical Indigeneity. (5) Seminar, three
hours. Enforced requisite: satisfaction of Entry-Level Writing requirement. Freshmen/sophomores preferred. Scrutinization of boundar-
ies of contemporary indigeneity in U.S. through study of diverse
musical interpretations of indigenous performances and identities.
Readings from ethnomusicology and indigenous studies paired with
ethnographic fieldwork, musical analysis, and media research. Letter
grading. K. Nielsen
Film and Television
98TA. Indigenous Media and Production Contexts in North
America. (5) Seminar, three hours. Enforced requisite: satisfaction of
Entry-Level Writing requirement. Freshmen/sophomores preferred.
Introduction to range of media produced by indigenous filmmakers
and producers in North America by examination of historical, institutional, and textual practices that shape and define indigenous production. Comparison of indigenous media from Canada to U.S.
through series of case studies of film, television, art-based, and digital media to gain insight into how production patterns and textual
practices in different social contexts shape indigenous production.
Letter grading. K. Crey
Gender Studies
98T. From Barbershops to Beauty Salons: Critical Perspectives
on Beauty Service Work and Affective Economies in U.S. (5)
Seminar, three hours. Enforced requisite: satisfaction of Entry-Level
Writing requirement. Freshmen/sophomores preferred. While barbershops and salons are on every corner, little research considers
who works there, worker-consumer relationships, and how salons
represent work today. Interrogation of intimate labor relations of
race, class, gender, and social processes at salons. Letter grading.
P. Sharma
History
98T. Atlantic Exchanges. (5) Seminar, three hours. Enforced requisite: satisfaction of Entry-Level Writing requirement. Freshmen/sophomores preferred. Exploration of sources in field of
Atlantic history to develop historical reading and writing skills.
Examination of goods, peoples, and pathogens exchanged across
Atlantic Ocean during early modern period. Letter grading. R. Dufendach
Music History
98T. Live through This: Women, Aging, and Popular Music. (5)
Seminar, three hours. Enforced requisite: satisfaction of Entry-Level
Writing requirement. Freshmen/sophomores preferred. Aging in
public poses challenges for women in popular music whose bodies
are constantly sexualized and critiqued. Examination and challenging of many ways female singers are valued as they refute or submit
to cultural stereotypes of aging. Letter grading. T. Naiman
Political Science
98T. How Dictators Survive. (5) Seminar, three hours. Enforced
requisite: satisfaction of Entry-Level Writing requirement. Freshmen/sophomores preferred. Comparison of dictatorships around
world to examine threats to power of dictators, strategies they
employ to preserve their power, and how those strategies affect
prospects for peace and economic development. Letter grading. E.
Stafford
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Intercampus Course Offerings
For enrollment policies regarding distance learning, see Simultaneous UC Enrollment in the Enrollment section of the Schedule. The
enrollment form, Simultaneous UC Enrollment Undergraduate Application, can be obtained from the Registrar’s Office website at
http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/forms/.
UC Online Courses
The University of California offers a series of online courses hosted
by various UC campuses. Eligible UC undergraduate students can
enroll simultaneously in an online course offered by another UC.
Add/drop dates vary by campus and by the quarter/semester calendar. No additional tuition is assessed; however, other fees may apply
depending on the course. Course credit is calculated in a student’s
UC grade-point average. Students should meet with their adviser
before enrolling to confirm course applicability toward their degree.
For eligibility requirements, course information, and tentative course
listings, see http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/pdf/uconline.pdf. For UCLA
drop policies, see the Undergraduate Drop Reference tables in the
Enrollment section.
Distance Learning at UCLA
Distance learning courses offered through UCLA connect students
and faculty through live real-time interaction to sites outside UCLA,
including other universities and institutions around the world.
Through the use of videoconference technology, participants at both
sites can see and hear each other, and multisite conferencing is
available to enable students at three or four different locations to
take the same course together.
Distance learning courses and videoconferencing can take place
wherever there is a network connection to the Internet, which
includes 80 percent of general assignment classrooms at UCLA. In
addition, there are facilities on campus dedicated for use as distance learning classrooms and for videoconferencing.
For more information, contact Don Roby at (310) 206-7449 or send
e-mail to [email protected] For further information about the classrooms that have Internet connectivity, see http://www.oid.ucla.edu/
classroom. For course ID numbers, times, and locations, see the
appropriate department and course listing section of the Schedule of
Classes.
At press time, no distance learning courses are scheduled for Winter
Quarter 2016.
Distance Learning for
Less-Commonly Taught
Languages
In order to make the most of language resources available at the
University of California campuses, the UC Consortium for Language
Learning and Teaching encourages the use of distance learning to
promote access to the less commonly taught languages. Through
UC Simultaneous Enrollment, students can enroll in language
courses that use videoconferencing to bring students and faculty
members from different campuses together.
Other UC Campuses Incoming
Videoconferencing Courses
In 2015-16, UC Berkeley is offering language courses in intermediate
Khmer via videoconference. Each class session is transmitted via
Internet videoconferencing to UCLA so that students at UCLA can
participate and interact in real time with students in the UCB classroom. UCLA videoconferencing sessions are held in the Instructional
Media Laboratory, 270 Powell Library Building.
UCLA undergraduate students can request enrollment in the
UCB classes using the Simultaneous UC Enrollment Undergraduate Application. Applications are available at http://www.registrar
.ucla.edu/forms/ or from the student affairs advising offices in the
College and schools. Graduate students may enroll through the
Intercampus Exchange Program; applications are available at
https://grad.ucla.edu/gasaa/library/ucexchange.htm. Grades and
units are entered as transfer credit from UCB.
Students interested in the classes should consult the UC Berkeley
Schedule of Classes at http://schedule.berkeley.edu.
NOTE: UCB is on the semester calendar. Spring Semester instruction begins January 19, 2016.
Khmer
100B. Intermediate Khmer. (5 semester units) Lecture, five hours.
Requisite: course 100A. Reading of roadside signs, scholarly articles, and entire Khmer novel. Topics include current events in Cambodia, Cambodian history and politics, and basic overview of
traditional Khmer literature. Work on projects in groups with other
students, such as preparation and performance of play based on
sections of modern Khmer novel. Independent research project on
topic of student choice and presentation of research to peers,
entirely in Khmer. P/NP or letter grading. Taught by UCB lecturer F.
Smith Monday and Wednesday from 4 to 5:30 p.m. and Tuesday
and Thursday at 4 p.m. and videoconferenced to 270 Powell Library
Building.
UCLA Outgoing Videoconferencing
Courses
Students from other UC campuses may enroll through UC Simultaneous Enrollment. Non-UC students may enroll with consent of
instructor through UCLA Extension. Consult the Registrar’s Office on
the respective campuses for details about where to obtain the
enrollment form and for the policies that apply to simultaneous
enrollment on each campus.
International and Area Studies
M5B. Elementary Nahuatl. (4 units) (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M5B.) Lecture, five hours. Enforced requisite: course
M5A. Introduction to Aztec language of central Mexico. Coverage of
basic Nahuatl grammar, with equal emphasis on reading, writing,
conversation, and comprehension. P/NP or letter grading. Taught by
UCLA professor K. Terraciano Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from
10 to 11:50 a.m. and videoconferenced to Stanford.
Scandinavian
2. Elementary Swedish. (4 units) Discussion, four hours. Enforced
requisite: course 1. P/NP or letter grading. Taught by UCLA lecturer
J. Karlsson Monday through Thursday at 10 a.m. and videoconferenced to UC San Diego.
4. Intermediate Swedish. (4 units) Discussion, four hours.
Enforced requisite: course 3. P/NP or letter grading. Taught by
UCLA lecturer J. Karlsson Monday through Thursday at 11 a.m. and
videoconferenced to UC San Diego.
21. Elementary Danish. (4 units) Discussion, four hours. P/NP or
letter grading. Taught by UCLA professor T. Tangherlini Monday
through Thursday at 1 p.m. and videoconferenced to UC San Diego.
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Academic Counseling
New undergraduates are encouraged to obtain counseling prior to
enrollment in classes and are required to do so by the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science. See the list below for
the names and contact numbers for your departmental or College/school advisers.
Arts and Architecture (310) 206-3564
Engineering and Applied Science (310) 825-9580
Letters and Science (310) 825-3382
Nursing (310) 825-7181
Theater, Film, and Television (310) 206-8441
College Academic
Counseling
The College of Letters and Science offers a wide range of academic
counseling assistance to its students, including
1. Assistance with program planning
2. Assessment of degree requirements
3. Help in choosing a major
4. Counseling regarding scholastic difficulty
5. Discussion of academic options and alternatives
6. Group counseling sessions on specific topics
7. Requests for exceptions to regulations
8. ASK Peer Counselors
9. College Academic Mentors
To schedule an appointment, visit College Academic Counseling,
A316 Murphy Hall window 2, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. All appointments are scheduled in person on a sameday first-come, first-served basis. Quick questions may be directed
by phone to (310) 825-3382 or by e-mail to [email protected] No appointments are scheduled by telephone. See
http://www.ugeducation.ucla.edu/counseling/ for more information,
or follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/UCLACAC.
College Academic Mentors
College Academic Mentors (CAMs) are trained graduate students
who assist first- and second-year undergraduates and new transfer
students with the transition to university life. CAMs can help with
selecting programs, majors, and courses. They advise students
about department requirements and course content, offer referrals
to faculty and department resources, and can advise students who
are interested in graduate and professional school programs. CAMs
answer quick questions in Virtual Counseling on MyUCLA, 3 to 4 p.m.
and 7 to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 3 to 4 p.m. Friday.
CAMs are also available for appointments and drop-in counseling on
a limited basis in residence halls. Appointments are scheduled in
advance, or same-day when available, at College Academic Counseling, A316 Murphy Hall window 1.
ASK Peer Counselors
ASK peer counselors are trained undergraduates who provide
academic information and advice for Letters and Science students
from a unique peer perspective. ASK counselors are trained in College requirements, petition protocol, the DPR, and the Degree
Audit. GE checklists, petitions, and major/minor directories are available at all locations. ASK also publishes a weekly newsletter, Bear
Necessities.
Counselors are available weekdays on a walk-up basis at five different campus locations:
Public Affairs/LuValle patio from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Court of Sciences from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Royce Quad from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A316C Murphy Hall (ASK Web Lab) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
adjacent to 1104 Murphy Hall from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
ASK counselors answer e-mail questions at [email protected]
See also the FAQ at http://www.ugeducation.ucla.edu/counseling/
ask/, and subscribe to the MyUCLA group (ASK Peer Counselors).
Academic Advancement Program
Academic Advancement Program (AAP) College counselors work
with AAP students to help plan their academic programs, monitor
their progress toward a degree, provide information about major
requirements and requisites, and discuss graduate school and
career options. In addition to providing necessary academic information about degree completion, AAP counselors help students
explore available academic and research opportunities. Counselors
encourage and support students to help them make the most of the
University experience. Appointments are made 8:30 a.m. to 4:00
p.m. in person at 1205 Campbell Hall or by phone at (310) 825-1481.
Peer Counseling
AAP Peer Counselors are successful upper division undergraduate
students who work with entering AAP students by supporting their
transition from high school or community college to UCLA. Counselors offer peer support and can assist students in navigating campus
resources and services. Appointments can be made in person at
1205 Campbell Hall or by phone at (310) 825-1481, weekdays from
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Mentoring and Research Programs
The Graduate Mentoring and Research Programs provide mentoring
for AAP students who are interested in pursuing research and graduate school. Graduate mentors advise AAP undergraduates and
alumni on various components of the graduate and professional
school application process. Mentors hold workshops on the application process, statement of purpose, and letters of recommendation. Appointments are made 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in person at 1202
Campbell Hall or by phone at (310) 794-4186.
College of Letters and Science Honors
Programs
Letters and Science Honors Programs offers a curriculum of honors
courses as well as counseling and services to students in College
Honors, Honors Collegium, Departmental Scholar Program, and
Individual Major Program. Counselors are available to help with program planning, choosing a major, planning for graduate school, and
many other academic concerns. Students in College Honors may
also be eligible for letters of verification, heavier course loads,
courses by examination, honors scholarships, and research stipends. Obtain information on these programs and services, as well
as individual appointments, in A311 Murphy Hall, (310) 825-1553.
See http://www.honors.ucla.edu.
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Academic Counseling
Directory
An asterisk (*) before a name indicates a lead counselor.
Aerospace Studies
Bruce A. Fike, Faculty, 218 Student Activities Center, (310)
825-1742 ext. 5, [email protected]
Alexandra Skierso, Staff, 218 Student Activities Center, (310)
825-1742 ext. 2, [email protected]
African American Studies
Eboni Shaw, Staff (G/UG), 159 Haines Hall, (310) 825-3776,
[email protected]
African Studies (Graduate)
Ghislaine E. Lydon, Faculty, 6265 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-4214,
[email protected]
Magda Yamamoto, Staff, 10373 Bunche Hall, (310) 206-6571,
[email protected]
American Indian Studies
Clementine Bordeaux, Staff (G/UG), 3217 Campbell Hall, (310)
825-6541, [email protected]
Anthropology
Ethan Emerson, Staff (UG), 341 Haines Hall, (310) 825-6962,
[email protected]
Ann Walters, Staff (G/UG), 341B Haines Hall, (310) 825-2511,
[email protected]
Applied Linguistics (Graduate)
Sara Hosegera, Staff (G/UG), 3125A Campbell Hall, (310) 825-5060,
[email protected]
Archaeology (Graduate)
Matthew Swanson, Staff, A148 Fowler Building, (310) 825-4169,
[email protected]
Architecture and Urban Design
Verlena Johnson, Staff (G/UG), 1317 Perloff Hall, (310) 825-6103,
[email protected]
Michael Osman, Faculty (G), 1317 Perloff Hall, (310) 825-6623,
[email protected]
Heather L. Roberge, Faculty (UG), 1317 Perloff Hall, (310) 206-3014,
[email protected]
Art
Caron Cronin, Staff (G/UG), 2275 Broad Art Center, (310) 206-7363,
[email protected]
Art History
Meredith M. Cohen, Faculty (UG), 247B Dodd Hall, (310) 206-9399,
[email protected]
Saloni Mathur, Faculty (G), 206C Dodd Hall, (310) 825-6706,
[email protected]
Erika Santoyo, Staff (G/UG), 206A Dodd Hall, (310) 825-3992,
[email protected]
Arts and Architecture, School of the
Shantel Daniels/Kelsey Duff/Merrillyn Pace, Staff (UG), 2200 Broad
Art Center, (310) 206-3564, [email protected]
Asian American Studies
Victor Bascara, Faculty (UG), 3319 Rolfe Hall, (310) 794-7780,
[email protected]
Anne Bautista, Staff (G/UG), 3339 Rolfe Hall, (310) 267-5593,
[email protected]
Renee E. Tajima-Peña, Faculty (G), 3325 Rolfe Hall, (310) 267-5595,
[email protected]
Asian Languages and Cultures
Jack W. Chen, Faculty (G), 290 Royce Hall, [email protected]
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Stephanie Cuellar, Staff (UG), 290 Royce Hall, (310) 206-0257,
[email protected]
Lindsay Doung, Staff (G), 290 Royce Hall, (310) 267-4037,
[email protected]
Torquil Duthie, Faculty (UG), 272A Royce Hall,
[email protected]
Athletics
Mike Casillas, Staff, Morgan Center, (310) 206-6838,
[email protected]
Kevin Chen, Staff, Morgan Center, (310) 206-6262,
[email protected]
Linda Lassiter, Staff, Morgan Center, (310) 206-6209,
[email protected]
Grace Murray, Staff, Morgan Center, (310)794-7680,
[email protected]
Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
Alexander D. Hall, Faculty (G), 7955 Math Sciences, (310) 206-5253,
[email protected]
J. David Neelin, Faculty (UG), 7969 Math Sciences, (310) 206-3734,
[email protected]
Kimberly Perez, Staff (G/UG), 7127 Math Sciences, (310) 825-1954,
[email protected]
Bioengineering
Ashley Benson, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 206-2891,
[email protected]
*Erkki Corpuz, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-9442,
[email protected]
Anne-Marie Dieters, Staff (G), 5121M Engineering V, (310) 794-5945,
[email protected]
Jacob J. Schmidt, Faculty (G), 5121 Engineering V, (310) 825-4451,
[email protected]
Bioinformatics (Graduate)
To be announced, Staff, 172 Boyer Hall, (310) 825-0068
Xinshu Grace Xiao, Faculty, 656 Boyer Hall, (310) 206-6522,
[email protected]
Biological Chemistry (Graduate)
Alison R. Frand, Faculty, 345F Biomedical Sciences Research
Building, (310) 206-0662, [email protected]
Feng Guo, Faculty, 202 Boyer Hall, (310) 825-8972,
[email protected]
Brian Phan, Staff, 310B Biomedical Sciences Research Building,
(310) 825-4625, [email protected]
James A. Wohlschlegel, Faculty, 377A Biomedical Sciences Research Building, (310) 794-7955, [email protected]
Biology
See Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Biomathematics (Graduate)
Elliot M. Landaw, Faculty, 5304 Life Sciences, (310) 825-6743,
[email protected]
Van M. Savage, Faculty, 5205 Life Sciences, (310) 206-6692,
[email protected]
Janet S. Sinsheimer, Faculty, 5213 Life Sciences, (310) 825-8002,
[email protected]
David Tomita, Staff, 5303C Life Sciences, (310) 825-5554,
[email protected]
Biomedical Engineering
See Bioengineering
Biomedical Physics (Graduate)
See Physics and Biology in Medicine
Biomedical Research (Undergraduate)
Ira E. Clark, Staff, 220A Hershey Hall, (310) 267-5679,
[email protected]
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Biostatistics (Graduate)
Sudipto Banerjee, Faculty, 51-254B CHS, (310) 825-5916,
[email protected]
Thomas R. Belin, Faculty, 51-267 CHS, (310) 206-7361,
[email protected]
Roxana Naranjo, Staff, 51-254 CHS, (310) 267-2186,
[email protected]
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
*Ashley Benson, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 206-2891,
[email protected]
Erkki Corpuz, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-9442,
[email protected]
Miguel Perez, Staff (G), 5531A Boelter Hall, (310) 825-1203,
[email protected]
Yi Tang, Faculty (G), 5531 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-0375,
[email protected]
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Julie Heinrich, Staff (UG), 4006 Young Hall
Timothy Mahlanza, Staff (UG), 4006 Young Hall, (310) 825-1859,
[email protected]
Denise Mantonya, Staff (UG), 4006 Young Hall, (310) 825-4660,
[email protected]
Chicana and Chicano Studies
Eleuteria (Ellie) Hernandez, Staff (G/UG), 7351 Bunche Hall, (310)
206-7696, [email protected]
Civic Engagement (Undergraduate)
Douglas Barrera, Staff, A265 Murphy Hall, (310) 825-7867,
[email protected]
Erika Villanueva, Staff, A316 Murphy Hall, (310) 794-2036,
[email protected]
Brooke Wilkinson, Staff, A316 Murphy Hall, (310) 825-4945,
[email protected]
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Ashley Benson, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 206-2891,
[email protected]
Erkki Corpuz, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-9442,
[email protected]
*Jan LaBuda, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-2514,
[email protected]
Steven A. Margulis, Faculty (G), 5732D Boelter Hall, (310) 267-5490,
[email protected]
Jesse Miller Murphy, Staff (G), 5732 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-1851,
[email protected]
Classics
Robert A. Gurval, Faculty (UG), 240B Dodd Hall, (310) 825-6744,
[email protected]
Tanya Kim, Staff (G/UG), 212A Dodd Hall, (310) 206-1590,
[email protected]
Alex C. Purves, Faculty (G), 226B Dodd Hall, (310) 825-8873,
[email protected]
Communication Studies (Undergraduate)
Pia Svenson, 2316 Rolfe Hall, (310) 206-8446
Community Health Sciences (Graduate)
Jennifer O’Brien, Staff, 36-070B CHS, (310) 825-8314,
[email protected]
Steven P. Wallace, Faculty, 21-275 CHS, (310) 794-0910,
[email protected]
Comparative Literature
Jessika Herrera, Staff (G/UG), 350 Humanities Building, (310) 8257650, [email protected]
Gil Z. Hochberg, Faculty (G), 340 Humanities Building, (310) 8253209, [email protected]
David W. MacFadyen, Faculty (UG), 358 Humanities Building, (310)
825-9212, [email protected]
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Computational and Systems Biology (Undergraduate)
Edward Olano, Staff, 4436 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-7482,
[email protected]
Computer Science
Steve Arbuckle, Staff (G), 4403 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-6830,
[email protected]
Junghoo (John) Cho, Faculty (G), 3532E Boelter Hall, (310) 8256735, [email protected]
Mary Anne Geber, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-2036,
[email protected]
*Alina Haas, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-9580,
[email protected]
Kristy Ho, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-5146,
[email protected]
Jan LaBuda, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-2514,
[email protected]
Michel Moraga, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-5760,
[email protected]
Jeanette Reyes, Staff (G), 4403 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-0060,
[email protected]
Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Materials
(Graduate)
Amber Cordts-Cole, Staff, A210 Fowler Building, (310) 825-9407,
[email protected]
Christian Fischer, Faculty, A210 Fowler Building, (310) 794-4915,
[email protected]
Ioanna Kakoulli, Faculty, A210 Fowler Building, (310) 794-4915,
[email protected]
Vanessa Muros, Faculty, A210 Fowler Building, (310) 825-9407,
[email protected]
Ellen J. Pearlstein, Faculty, A210 Fowler Building, (310) 794-4940,
[email protected]
David A. Scott, Faculty, A210 Fowler Building, (310) 794-4855,
[email protected]
Cybernetics
See Computational and Systems Biology
Dance
See World Arts and Cultures/Dance
Dentistry/Oral Biology (Graduate)
Shen Hu, Faculty (M.S.), 63-070 Dentistry, (310) 206-8834,
[email protected]
Megan Scott, Staff, 13-089A Dentistry, (310) 825-1955,
[email protected]
Wenyuan Shi, Faculty (Ph.D.), 20-114 Dentistry, (310) 825-8356,
[email protected]
Sotirios Tetradis, Faculty (D.D.S./Ph.D.), 53-068 Dentistry, (310) 8255712, stetra[email protected]
Cun-Yu Wang, Faculty, 33-030A Dentistry, (310) 825-4415,
[email protected]
Fariba S. Younai, Faculty, 13-089B Dentistry, (310) 794-1093,
[email protected]
Design | Media Arts
Esther Blair, Staff (G/UG), 2291B Broad Art Center, (310) 267-4907,
[email protected]
Digital Humanities
Kerry Allen, Staff (UG), 212J Royce Hall, (310) 825-1147,
[email protected]
Todd S. Presner, Faculty (G/UG), 324 Royce Hall, (310) 794-6051,
[email protected]
Disability Studies (Undergraduate)
Pia Palomo, Staff, A316 Murphy Hall, (310) 206-1667,
[email protected]
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Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences/Geology, Geophysics,
Space Physics
Vassilis Angelopoulos, Faculty (G), 2712 Geology, (310) 794-7090,
[email protected]
Lauri Holbrook, Staff (G/UG), 3683 Geology, (310) 825-3917,
[email protected]
Gilles Peltzer, Faculty (UG), 4648 Geology, (310) 206-2156,
[email protected]
East Asian Studies (Graduate)
Katsuya Hirano, Faculty, 6265 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-1235,
[email protected]
Magda Yamamoto, Staff, 10373 Bunche Hall, (310) 206-6571,
[email protected]
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Jessica Angus, Staff (UG), 101 Hershey Hall, (310) 825-1680,
[email protected]
Kellie Marie Lavin, Staff (UG), 101 Hershey Hall, (310) 825-1680,
[email protected]
Jocelyn Yamadera, Staff (G), 103 Hershey Hall, (310) 825-1959,
[email protected]
Economics
Jessica Fraser, Staff (UG), 2263 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-5118,
[email protected]
John Lee, Staff (UG), 2263 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-5118,
[email protected]
Julie Plotkin, Staff (UG), 2263 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-5118,
[email protected]
Christina Romero, Staff (G), 8292 Bunche Hall, (310) 206-1413,
[email protected]
Education
Amy Gershon, Staff (G/UG Minor), 1009 Moore Hall, (310) 206-1685,
[email protected]
Electrical Engineering
Deeona Columbia, Staff (G), 56-127 Engineering IV, (310) 825-7574,
[email protected]
*Mary Anne Geber, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-2036,
[email protected]
Alina Haas, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-9580,
[email protected]
Mona Jarrahi, Faculty (G), 66-147E Engineering IV, (310) 206-1371,
[email protected]
Jan LaBuda, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-2514,
[email protected]
Victoria Moraga, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-9602,
[email protected]
Engineering and Applied Science, Henry Samueli School of
Office of Academic and Student Affairs (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall,
(310) 825-9580
Engineering Online M.S. (Graduate)
Caleb Bohannon, Staff, 7440 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-6542,
[email protected]
Shanna Revoner, Staff, 7440 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-6505,
[email protected]
Jenn-Ming Yang, Faculty, 2127 Engineering V, (310) 825-2758,
[email protected]
Engineering Undeclared (Undergraduate)
Erkki Corpuz, Staff, 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-9442,
[email protected]
English
Michael Lambert, Staff (G), 162 Humanities Building, (310) 825-1223,
[email protected]
Danielle Maris, Staff (G/UG), 160 Humanities Building, (310) 8253927/825-1389, [email protected]
Janel Munguia, Staff (UG), 158 Humanities Building, (310) 825-1389,
[email protected]
UCLA Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
English as a Second Language
Marissa Martinez, Staff (G/UG), 146 Humanities Building, (310) 2061145, [email protected]
English Composition
Marissa Martinez, Staff (G/UG), 146 Humanities Building, (310) 2061145, [email protected]
Entrepreneurship (Undergraduate)
Janel Munguia, Staff, 158 Humanities Building, (310) 825-1389,
[email protected]
Environmental Health Sciences (Graduate)
Rebecca Greenberg, Staff, 56-085 CHS, (310) 206-1619,
[email protected]
Michael Jerrett, Faculty, 56-070B CHS, (310) 825-9037,
[email protected]
Environmental Science and Engineering
See Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
Epidemiology (Graduate)
Joy Miller, Staff, 71-254A CHS, (310) 206-3901, [email protected]
Zuo-Feng Zhang, Faculty, 71-225 CHS, (310) 825-8418,
z[email protected]
Ethnomusicology
Brenda Galvez, Staff (UG), 1672 Schoenberg Music Building, (310)
206-5002, [email protected]
Sandra McKerroll, Staff (G), 1642 Schoenberg Music Building, (310)
825-4769, [email protected]
European Studies
See International and Area Studies
Film, Television, and Digital Media
See Theater, Film, and Television, School of
French and Francophone Studies
Kerry Allen, Staff (G/UG), 212J Royce Hall, (310) 825-1147,
[email protected]
Jean-Claude Carron, Faculty (UG), 228A Royce Hall, (310) 7948915, [email protected]
Sara E. Melzer, Faculty (G), 233A Royce Hall, (310) 794-8917,
[email protected]
Gender Studies
Mishuana R. Goeman, Faculty (G/UG), 1120 Rolfe Hall, (310) 2068101, [email protected]
Samantha Hogan, Staff (UG), 1120 Rolfe Hall, (310) 206-8156,
[email protected]
Jenna Miller-Von Ah, Staff (G), 1120 Rolfe Hall, (310) 206-5898,
[email protected]
Geography and Geography/Environmental Studies
Lieba B. Faier, Faculty (UG), 1150 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-3525,
[email protected]
Nayla Huq, Staff (G/UG), 1255 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-1166,
[email protected]
Gregory S. Okin, Faculty (G), 1166 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-3426,
[email protected]
Germanic Languages
Kerry Allen, Staff (G/UG), 212J Royce Hall, (310) 825-1147,
[email protected]
Christopher M. Stevens, Faculty (UG), 334B Royce Hall, (310) 2064948, [email protected]
Magdalena Tarnawska, Faculty (UG), 334D Royce Hall, (310) 2066230, [email protected]
Gerontology (Undergraduate)
Stan Paul, Staff, 3357H Public Affairs Building, (310) 206-8966,
[email protected]
UCLA Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
Global Health (Undergraduate)
Michael Rodriguez, Faculty, 10880 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1800,
[email protected]
Magda Yamamoto, Staff, 10373 Bunche Hall, (310) 206-6571,
[email protected]
Global Studies (Undergraduate)
Sandy Valdivieso, Staff, 10357 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-5187,
[email protected]
Health Policy and Management (Graduate)
Jack Needleman, Faculty, 31-269 CHS, (310) 267-2706,
[email protected]
Jill Richardson, Staff, 31-236A CHS, (310) 825-7863,
[email protected]
History
To be announced, Staff (UG), 6265 Bunche Hall
Deborah Dauda, Staff (G/UG), 6288 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-3269,
[email protected]
Paul Padilla, Staff (UG), 6248 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-3720,
[email protected]
Hadley Porter, Staff (G/UG), 6290 Bunche Hall, (310) 206-2627,
[email protected]
Human Genetics (Graduate)
Jenny Luna, Staff, 6506 Gonda Center, (310) 206-0920,
[email protected]
Indo-European Studies (Graduate)
Tanya Kim, Staff, 212A Dodd Hall, (310) 206-1590,
[email protected]
Brent H. Vine, Faculty, 289B Dodd Hall, (310) 825-1121,
[email protected]
Information Studies (Graduate)
Amy Gershon, Staff, 1009 Moore Hall, (310) 206-1685,
[email protected]
Michelle Maye, Staff, 207 GSEIS Building, (310) 825-5269,
[email protected]
Institute for Society and Genetics (Undergraduate)
Cyndi Tando, Staff, 3360C Life Sciences, (310) 206-1890,
[email protected]
Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
Royce Dieckmann, Staff (UG), 2308 Life Sciences, (310) 206-9193,
[email protected]
Myrna Gordon, Staff (G), 300 La Kretz Hall, (310) 825-9901,
[email protected]
Cully Nordby, Faculty (G/UG), 2316 Life Sciences, (310) 267-5607,
[email protected]
Gregory S. Okin, Faculty (UG), 1255 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-1071,
[email protected]
Keith D. Stolzenbach, Faculty (G), 5732J Boelter Hall, (310) 206-7624,
[email protected]
Integrative Biology and Physiology
To be announced, Staff (G), Hershey Hall
Inna Gergel, Staff (UG), 125 Hershey Hall, (310) 825-3892,
[email protected]
International and Area Studies (Undergraduate)
Michael F. Thies, Faculty, 4289 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-1976,
[email protected]
Magda Yamamoto, Staff, 10373 Bunche Hall, (310) 206-6571,
[email protected]
International Development Studies (Undergraduate)
Sandy Valdivieso, Staff, 10357 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-5187,
[email protected]
Islamic Studies
See Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
Academic Counseling / 51
Italian
Kerry Allen, Staff (G/UG), 212J Royce Hall, (310) 825-1147,
[email protected]
Thomas J. Harrison, Faculty (G), 350 Royce Hall, (310) 794-8912,
[email protected]
Lucia Re, Faculty (UG), 354 Royce Hall, (310) 794-8907,
[email protected]
Labor and Workplace Studies (Undergraduate)
Gloria Chan, Staff, 9244 Bunche Hall, (310) 206-0812,
[email protected]
Latin American Studies (Graduate)
Bonnie Taub, Faculty, 36-078A CHS, (310) 206-2117, [email protected]
Kevin B. Terraciano, Faculty, 6265 Bunche Hall, (310) 825-8410,
[email protected]
Magda Yamamoto, Staff, 10373 Bunche Hall, (310) 206-6571,
[email protected]
Law, School of (Graduate)
Admissions Information, 71 Dodd Hall, (310) 825-2080,
[email protected]
Student Affairs/Records Office, 1224 Law Building, (310) 825-2025,
[email protected]
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies
(Undergraduate)
Tomarion Brown, Staff, 361 Humanities Building, (310) 206-3032,
[email protected]
Alicia Gaspar de Alba, Faculty, 7367 Bunche Hall, (310) 206-3491,
[email protected]
Linguistics
Alejandra Garcia, Staff (UG), 3126C Campbell Hall, (310) 825-4632,
[email protected]
Sara Hosegera, Staff (G), 3125A Campbell Hall, (310) 825-5060,
[email protected]
Russell G. Schuh, Faculty (UG), 2126A Campbell Hall, (310)
720-2663, [email protected]
Megha Sundara, Faculty (G), 2101S Campbell Hall, (310) 825-0041,
[email protected]
Linguistics and Computer Science (Undergraduate)
Alejandra Garcia, Staff (UG), 3126C Campbell Hall, (310) 825-4632,
[email protected]
Management
To be announced, Staff (M.B.A.), D201 Cornell Hall
Craig Jessen, Staff (M.S./Ph.D.), C524A Entrepreneurs Hall, (310)
825-2667, [email protected]
Rachel Saar, Staff (UG minor), D413 Cornell Hall, (310) 206-8711,
[email protected]
Materials Science and Engineering
Patti Barrera, Staff (G), 3121L Engineering V, (310) 825-8916,
[email protected]
*Erkki Corpuz, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-9442,
[email protected]
Mark S. Goorsky, Faculty (G), 3121G Engineering V, (310) 206-0267,
[email protected]
Jan LaBuda, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-2514,
[email protected]
Mathematics
Maida Bassili, Staff (G), 6356 Math Sciences, (310) 825-4971,
[email protected]
Mario Bonk, Faculty (G), 6356 Math Sciences, (310) 825-4971,
[email protected]
David A. Gieseker, Faculty (UG), 6356 Math Sciences, (310) 2061286, [email protected]
Connie Jung, Staff (UG), 6356 Math Sciences, (310) 206-1286,
[email protected]
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Mathematics/Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
(Undergraduate)
Christopher R. Anderson, Faculty, 6151 Math Sciences, (310) 8251298, [email protected]
J. David Neelin, Faculty (UG), 7969 Math Sciences, (310) 206-3734,
[email protected]
Kimberly Perez, Staff, 7127 Math Sciences, (310) 825-1954,
[email protected]
Mathematics/Economics (Undergraduate)
Don M. Blasius, Faculty, 6356 Math Sciences, (310) 206-1286,
[email protected]
Connie Jung, Staff, 6356 Math Sciences, (310) 206-1286,
[email protected]
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Angie Castillo, Staff (G), 48-121 Engineering IV, (310) 825-7793,
[email protected]
*Kristy Ho, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-5146,
[email protected]
Tetsuya Iwasaki, Faculty (G), 48-121 Engineering IV, (310) 206-2533,
[email protected]
Jan LaBuda, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-2514,
[email protected]
Abel Lebon, Staff (G), 48-121 Engineering IV, (310) 825-7780,
[email protected]
Michel Moraga, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-5760,
[email protected]
Julieta Torres, Staff (UG), 6426 Boelter Hall, (310) 825-9580,
[email protected]
Medicine, David Geffen School of (Graduate)
Admissions Information, 12-105 CHS, (310) 825-6081,
[email protected]
Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics
Beth A. Lazazzera, Faculty (UG), 4610B Molecular Sciences, (310)
794-4804, [email protected]
Bridget Wells, Staff (G/UG), 1602B Molecular Sciences, (310) 8258482, [email protected]
Military Science
Victoria Sanelli, Staff, 120G Student Activities Center, (310) 8257381, [email protected]
Shannon V. Stambersky, Faculty, 120N Student Activities Center,
(310) 825-7381, [email protected]
Molecular and Medical Pharmacology (Graduate)
Samson A. Chow, Faculty, 23-133B CHS, (310) 825-9600,
[email protected]
Emily Fitch, Staff, 23-385 CHS, (310) 825-0390,
[email protected]
Molecular Biology (Graduate)
Peter J. Bradley, Faculty, 2610B Molecular Sciences, (310) 8258386, [email protected]
Michael F. Carey, Faculty, 351A Orthopaedic Hospital Research
Center, (310) 206-7859, [email protected]
Feng Guo, Faculty, 202 Boyer Hall, (310) 206-4576,
[email protected]
Pamela Hurley, Staff, 172 Boyer Hall, (310) 794-4256,
[email protected]
Jeffrey A. Long, Faculty, 5115 Terasaki Life Sciences Building,
(310) 206-6984, [email protected]
William E. Lowry, Faculty, 451A Orthopaedic Hospital Research
Center, (310) 794-5175, [email protected]
Jennifer L. Miller, Staff, 172 Boyer Hall, (310) 267-5209,
[email protected]
Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology
Connie Firestone, Staff (UG), 128A Hershey Hall, (310) 825-7109,
[email protected]
UCLA Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
D. Leanne Jones, Faculty, 5139 Terasaki Life Sciences Building,
(310) 206-7066, [email protected]
Chentao Lin, Faculty (UG), 4014 Terasaki Life Sciences Building,
(310) 206-9576, [email protected]
William E. Lowry, Faculty, 451A Orthopaedic Hospital Research
Center, (310) 794-5175, [email protected]
Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Physiology (Graduate)
Yesenia Rayos, Staff, 122 Hershey Hall, (310) 825-3891,
[email protected]
Molecular Toxicology (Graduate)
Rebecca Greenberg, Staff, 56-085 CHS, (310) 206-1619,
[email protected]
Oliver Hankinson, Faculty, 13-244 Factor Building, (310) 825-2936,
[email protected]
Moving Image Archive Studies (Graduate)
Amy Gershon, Staff, 1009 Moore Hall, (310) 206-1685,
[email protected]
Music
Brenda Galvez, Staff (UG), 1672 Schoenberg Music Building, (310)
206-5002, [email protected]
Sandra McKerroll, Staff (G), 1642 Schoenberg Music Building, (310)
825-4769, [email protected]
Music Industry (Undergraduate)
Brenda Galvez, Staff, 1672 Schoenberg Music Building, (310) 2065002, [email protected]
Musicology
Jessica Gonzalez, Staff (G/UG), 2443 Schoenberg Music Building,
(310) 206-5187, [email protected]
Elisabeth Le Guin, Faculty (UG), 2414 Schoenberg Music Building,
(310) 206-1088, [email protected]
Elizabeth R. Upton, Faculty (G), 2424 Schoenberg Music Building,
(310) 206-1098, [email protected]
Naval Science
Tanya Lara, Staff, 120T Student Activities Center, (310) 825-9075,
[email protected]
Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
Kathlyn (Kara) M. Cooney, Faculty (G/UG), 393 Humanities Building,
(310) 825-4165, [email protected]
Isamara Ramirez, Staff (G/UG), 378A Humanities Building, (310)
825-4165, [email protected]
Neurobiology (Graduate)
Nicholas C. Brecha, Faculty, 73-244 CHS, (310) 825-9556,
[email protected]
Jenny Lee, Staff, 1506D Gonda Center, (310) 825-8153,
[email protected]
Neuroscience
Ellen M. Carpenter, Faculty (UG), 303 Neuroscience Research
Building, (310) 206-3404, [email protected]
Megan Lebre, Staff (UG), 1506D Gonda Center, (310) 206-2349,
[email protected]
Jenny Lee, Staff (G), 1506D Gonda Center, (310) 825-8153,
[email protected]
Felix E. Schweizer, Faculty (G), 63-323 CHS, (310) 794-5733,
[email protected]
Nursing, School of
Janet Kang, Staff, 2-147 Factor Building, (310) 825-6562,
[email protected]
Shelli Shepherd, Staff, 2-153 Factor Building, (310) 825-7182,
[email protected]
Oral Biology/Dentistry (Graduate)
Shen Hu, Faculty (M.S.), 63-070 Dentistry, (310) 206-8834,
[email protected]
UCLA Schedule of Classes
Winter 2016
Megan Scott, Staff, 13-089A Dentistry, (310) 825-1955,
[email protected]
Wenyuan Shi, Faculty (Ph.D.), 20-114 Dentistry, (310) 825-8356,
[email protected]
Sotirios Tetradis, Faculty (D.D.S./Ph.D.), 53-068 Dentistry, (310)
825-5712, [email protected]
Cun-Yu Wang, Faculty, 33-030A Dentistry, (310) 825-4415,
[email protected]
Fariba S. Younai, Faculty, 13-089B Dentistry, (310) 794-1093,
[email protected]
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (Graduate)
Kenneth A. Dorshkind, Faculty, 11-232 CHS, (310) 206-9535,
[email protected]
Douglas Smoot, Staff, 1P-171 CHS, (310) 206-1770,
[email protected]
Philosophy
Andrew Hsu, Faculty (UG), 359 Dodd Hall, (310) 825-6047,
[email protected]
Blake Livesay, Staff (G/UG), 329 Dodd Hall, (310) 206-1356,
[email protected]
Jacquelyn Perez, Staff (UG), 321 Dodd Hall, (310) 825-4641,
[email protected]
Physics and Astronomy
Marisela Diaz-Vasquez, Staff (G), 1-707B Physics and Astronomy
Building, (310) 825-2307, [email protected]
To be announced, Staff (UG), 1-707D Physics and Astronomy
Building, (310) 206-1447
Françoise Quéval, Staff (UG), 1-707A Physics and Astronomy
Building, (310) 825-2453, [email protected]
Enika Tumanov, Staff (G), 1-707C Physics and Astronomy Building,
(310) 206-6994, [email protected]
Physics and Biology in Medicine (Graduate)
Magnus Dahlbom, Faculty, B1-1443 Morton Medical Building,
(310) 983-1440, [email protected]
Reth Im, Staff, B2-115 CHS, (310) 825-7811, [email protected]
Michael McNitt-Gray, Faculty, 924 Westwood Boulevard, Suite 650,
(310) 794-8979, [email protected]
Physiological Science
See Integrative Biology and Physiology
Physiology (Graduate)
Cynthia Guzman, Staff, 53-263 CHS, (310) 825-0481,
[email protected]
Nancy L. Wayne, Faculty, 53-159 CHS, (310) 794-1159,
[email protected]
Political Science
James Bondurant, Staff (UG), 4269B Bunche Hall, (310) 825-1184,
[email protected]
Joseph Brown, Staff (G), 4246A Bunche Hall, (310) 825-3372,
[email protected]
Kathleen Escobedo, Staff (UG), 4269A Bunche Hall, (310) 825-3862,
[email protected]
Michael L. Ross, Faculty (G), 3375 Bunche Hall
Michael F. Thies, Faculty (UG), 4335 Bunche Hall
Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences (Graduate)
Jewelle Dela Cruz, Staff, 37-356 Semel Institute, (310) 206-5110,
[email protected]
Psychology
Melina Solomon-Dorian, Staff (UG), 1531 Franz Hall, (310) 825-2730,
[email protected]
Lisa Lee, Staff (G), 3437 Franz Hall, (310) 825-4117,
[email protected]
Public Affairs, Meyer and Renee Luskin School of
Stan Paul, Staff (UG minors), 3357H Public Affairs Building, (310)
206-8966, [email protected]
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Public Health, Jonathan and Karin Fielding School of
Sukhwinder Sagoo, Staff, A1-269 CHS, (310) 825-5524,
[email protected]
Josie Wei, Staff, A1-269 CHS, (310) 825-5524, [email protected]
Public Policy (Graduate)
Maciek Kolodziejczak, Staff, 3357L Public Affairs Building, (310)
206-3148, [email protected]
Religion, Study of (Undergraduate)
Carol A. Bakhos, Faculty, 376B Humanities Building, (310) 206-1384,
[email protected]
Melissa A. Linn, Staff, 351 Humanities Building, (310) 206-8799,
[email protected]
Scandinavian Section
Kerry Allen, Staff (G/UG), 212J Royce Hall, (310) 825-1147,
[email protected]
Arne O. Lunde, Faculty (G/UG), 332C Royce Hall, (310) 825-3010,
[email protected]
Science Education (Undergraduate)
Marlena Raimey, Staff, 1039 Young Hall, (310) 794-2191,
[email protected]
Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Languages and Cultures
Olga Kagan, Faculty (UG), 326B Humanities Building, (310) 825-2947,
[email protected]
Gail D. Lenhoff, Faculty (G), 318 Humanities Building, (310) 8256974, [email protected]
Jasmine Lin, Staff (G/UG), 322A Humanities Building, (310) 8253856, [email protected]
Social Thought (Undergraduate)
Joan Edwards, Staff, A316 Murphy Hall, (310) 206-2792,
[email protected]
Social Welfare (Graduate)
Tanya Youssephzadeh, Staff, 3357F Public Affairs Building, (310)
206-8563, [email protected]
Society and Genetics
See Institute for Society and Genetics
Sociology
Simbi Mahlanza, Staff (UG), 254E Haines Hall, (310) 825-1215,
[email protected]
Michael ONeill, Staff (G), 264 Haines Hall, (310) 825-1513,
[email protected]
South Asian Studies
See International and Area Studies
Southeast Asian Studies
See International and Area Studies
Spanish and Portuguese
Juana Escobar, Staff (UG), 5314 Rolfe Hall, (310) 825-8289,
[email protected]
Gloria Tovar, Staff (G), 5306 Rolfe Hall, (310) 825-1430,
[email protected]
Statistics
Robert L. Gould, Faculty (UG), 8945 Math Sciences, (310) 206-3381,
[email protected]
Glenda Jones, Staff (G/UG), 8117 Math Sciences, (310) 206-3742,
[email protected]
Hongquan Xu, Faculty (G), 8955 Math Sciences, (310) 206-0035,
[email protected]
Theater, Film, and Television, School of
Dean Dacumos, Staff (G/UG), 103 East Melnitz Building, (310) 2068441, [email protected]
Catherine Hernandez-Shibata, Staff (G/UG, theater), 103 East
Melnitz Building, (310) 206-8441, [email protected]
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Barrett Korerat, Staff (G/UG, theater), 103 East Melnitz Building,
(310) 206-8441, [email protected]
Rich Moushegian, Staff (UG, film), 103 East Melnitz Building, (310)
206-8441, [email protected]
Cheri Smith, Staff (G, film), 103 East Melnitz Building, (310) 206-8441,
[email protected]
Visual and Performing Arts Education (Undergraduate)
Lindsay Lindberg, Staff, 2101 Broad Art Center, (310) 794-4822,
[email protected]
Urban Planning
Alexis Oberlander, Staff (G), 3357D Public Affairs Building, (310)
825-7331, [email protected]
Stan Paul, Staff (UG minor), 3357H Public Affairs Building, (310)
206-8966, [email protected]
World Arts and Cultures/Dance
Daniel Z. Froot, Faculty (UG), 140G Kaufman Hall, (310) 825-0166,
[email protected]
Hayley Safonov, Staff (G/UG), 148D Kaufman Hall, (310) 825-8537,
[email protected]
David D. Shorter, Faculty (G), 130F Kaufman Hall, (310) 206-6699,
[email protected]
Women’s Studies
See Gender Studies
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Official Notices
The Office of the Dean of Students publishes Official Notices in the
Daily Bruin at various times during the year. Such notices are important, and all students are held responsible for the information in them.
Auditing Classes
With the consent of the instructor, registered students and interested
individuals are permitted to audit classes. Arrangements are made
directly with the faculty member under any rules the faculty member
may establish, and those auditing ordinarily do not participate in
discussions, examinations, or written papers. Audited classes are
not recorded on the Study List or on transcripts for regular session
courses.
Class Attendance
Class rosters, which identify enrolled or wait-listed students, are
available online to each instructor through MyUCLA. Attendance in
UCLA classes is limited to duly enrolled regular session or concurrent University Extension students. Guests may attend lectures only
with the approval of the instructor. Students may be dropped from a
course for academic reasons such as lacking the approved requisites and requirements (SR542). If attendance is an academic
requirement established by the instructor, students may be dropped
from a course because of excessive absences.
Class Notes
Notes or recordings made by students are for purposes of individual
or group study or for other noncommercial purposes reasonably
arising from the student’s membership in the class or the University.
Permission to make notes or recordings falls within the instructor’s
discretion as informed by instructional purposes, classroom order,
property interests, or other reasonable issues arising in the academic context. Notes and recordings may not be exchanged or distributed for commercial purposes, for compensation, or for any
other purpose other than study, either between students or between
a student(s) and a third party. Unless authorized by the University in
advance and explicitly permitted by the instructor, commercial use
of class notes or recordings constitutes an unauthorized commercial
activity in violation of the UCLA Regulations on Activities, Registered
Campus Organizations, and Use of Properties, Section IV, Paragraph
A (http://www.studentactivities.ucla.edu/docs/UCLA Regulations 720-10.pdf). Students who violate this policy are subject to University
discipline.
The full text of AB1773, including a description of civil penalties and
the legal and financial remedies available to the University and an
individual instructor for violations of this state law, can be found at
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov. This notice has been prepared for
distribution to all UCLA students as requested by AB1773.
Individual instructors retain intellectual property rights in lecture
material, pursuant to U.S. copyright law and California Civil Code
980(a)(1). Misuse of course notes derived from lecture material may
also subject an individual to legal proceedings brought by
the instructor.
Pursuant to the guidelines reviewed by the UCLA Academic Senate
(1973), lecture note subscription services are permitted, if authorized
in advance by the University and if approved by the instructor. The
Lecture Notes service offered by the Associated Students UCLA is
currently authorized by the University to provide a course notes subscription service for particular classes. For such classes, the note
taker is approved in advance by the instructor, and the instructor
may review the notes before their distribution and sale through the
UCLA Store Lecture Notes office in Ackerman Union. The list of
classes with such a subscription service is available in Ackerman
Union.
Nothing in this policy precludes an instructor from posting the
course lecture notes, which they prepare or authorize to be prepared, on the UCLA-provided course website for the class, which
the instructor controls. Students who are permitted by the instructor
to review such course lecture notes are reminded that these policies
apply to their use of any such course lecture notes posted on the
course website by the instructor.
Disclosure of Student
Records
Pursuant to the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
(FERPA), the California Information Practices Act, and the University
of California Policies Applying to the Disclosure of Information from
Student Records, students at UCLA have the right to
1. Inspect and review records pertaining to themselves in their
capacity as students, except as the right may be waived or
qualified under federal and state laws and University policies
2. Have withheld from disclosure, absent their prior written consent for release, personally identifiable information from their
student records, except as provided by federal and state laws
and University policies
3. Inspect records maintained by UCLA of disclosures of personally identifiable information from their student records
Further, AB1773 was signed into law on September 23, 2000, to be
effective January 1, 2001. This state law amended the California
Education Code as follows:
4. Seek correction of their student records through a request to
amend the records or, if such request is denied, through a
hearing (see UCLA Procedure 220.1)
66450. (a) Except as authorized by policies developed by the
University in accordance with subdivision (a) of Section 66452, no
business, agency, or person, including, but not necessarily limited
to, an enrolled student shall prepare, cause to be prepared, give,
sell, transfer, or otherwise distribute or publish, for any commercial
purpose, any contemporaneous recording of an academic presentation in a classroom or equivalent site of instruction by an instructor
of record. The prohibition applies to a recording made in any
medium, including but not necessarily limited to, handwritten or
typewritten class notes.
5. File complaints with the U.S. Department of Education regarding alleged violations of the rights accorded them by the
FERPA
UCLA, in accordance with federal and state laws and University policies, has designated the following categories of personally identifiable information as “public information” which UCLA may release
and publish without the student’s prior consent: name, address
(mailing, permanent, and e-mail), telephone numbers, major field of
study, dates of attendance, number of course units in which
enrolled, degrees and honors received, the most recent previous
educational institution attended, participation in officially recognized
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activities (including intercollegiate athletics), and the name, weight,
and height of participants on intercollegiate athletic teams.
As a matter of practice, UCLA does not publish student addresses
or telephone numbers in the campus electronic directory unless
released by the student. The term “public information” in this policy
is synonymous with the term “directory information” in FERPA.
Students who do not wish certain items (i.e., name, mailing, permanent, and e-mail address, telephone numbers, major field of study,
dates of attendance, number of course units in which enrolled, and
degrees and honors received) of this “public information” released
and published may so indicate through MyUCLA. To restrict the
release and publication of the additional items in the category of
“public information,” complete the UCLA FERPA Restriction Request
form available from the Registrar’s Office, 1113 Murphy Hall.
Student records that are the subject of federal and state laws and
University policies may be maintained in a variety of offices, including
the Registrar’s Office, Office of the Dean of Students, UCLA Career
Center, UCLA External Affairs, Graduate Division, and the offices of a
student’s College or school and major department. Students are
referred to the online UCLA Campus Directory which lists all the
offices that may maintain student records, together with their campus address and telephone number. Students have the right to
inspect their student records in any such office subject to the terms
of federal and state laws and University policies. Inspection of student
records maintained by the Registrar’s Office is by appointment only
and must be arranged three working days in advance. Call (310) 8251091 option 6, or inquire at the Registrar’s Office, 1113 Murphy Hall.
A copy of federal and state laws, University policies, and the print
UCLA Telephone Directory may be inspected in the office of Information Practices, 500 UCLA Wilshire Center. Information concerning
students’ hearing rights may be obtained from the Office of the Dean
of Students, 1206 Murphy Hall. To see the complete text of UCLA
Policy 220, Disclosure of Information from Student Records, see
http://www.adminpolicies.ucla.edu/app/default.aspx?&id=220.
In addition to the “public information” described above, information
related to students’ sex and marital status, and the name(s),
address(es), and telephone number(s) of their parents or next of kin,
are made available to the UCLA External Affairs Department for use
in alumni, development, and public relations activities. To restrict the
release of this additional information, complete an External Affairs
Information Restriction Request form available from the Registrar’s
Office, 1113 Murphy Hall.
Emergencies
At UCLA, 911 is the all-purpose emergency phone number. You do
not need to call an outside line from a campus phone, and you do
not need any coins to call 911 from a pay phone. If you are calling
from a mobile phone, call (310) 825-1491. When you call, try to
remain calm and do not hang up until you answer all of the operator’s questions.
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Accident and Injury
Call 911 from a campus phone or (310) 825-1491 from a mobile
phone immediately to get assistance. If you are qualified to do so,
give first aid to injured persons. Do not attempt to move the seriously injured.
Earthquake
When an earthquake hits, take cover immediately. If you are indoors,
get under a desk or table, or between seating rows in a lecture hall.
DO NOT RUN OUTSIDE. If you are in a hallway or outdoors, move to
an open area quickly and drop to the ground, covering your head
and neck. If you are in a car, stop carefully and stay in the car.
After the shaking stops, check for injuries. Do not use telephones for
personal calls, as this overloads phone lines and prevents emergency personnel from reporting injuries. After a severe quake at
UCLA, department heads and emergency coordinators will lead
building evacuations. Do not use elevators. Go to campus evacuation areas, which are wide open spaces such as quads, athletic
fields, and uncovered parking lots. See http://www.emergency.ucla
.edu for a campus evacuation map. Wait for instructions before
entering buildings or parking structures. Refrain from spreading
rumors and do not go sightseeing. Remain calm and help others.
Fire
If you see an indoor fire, close the door where the fire is located,
activate the nearest alarm, and call 911 from a campus phone or
(310) 825-1491 from a mobile phone immediately. When you sound
the alarm or hear the alarm signal, get out of the building as quickly
and calmly as possible. Do not use elevators. Do not re-enter the
building until the all-clear signal has been given by emergency personnel. All fires must be reported.
UCLA does not expect students or employees to fight fires. Use a
fire extinguisher only if you are trained and feel it is safe to do so. Be
aware of campus fire alarm and extinguisher locations.
Hazardous Spill
Do not attempt to clean up any hazardous material spill involving
chemical, radioactive, infectious, or flammable materials unless you
have suitable training. If a spill occurs in a classroom or laboratory,
alert the supervisor or laboratory manager. If the spill happens outdoors or in an unsupervised area, call the EH&S hotline at (310) 8259797, or call 911 from a campus phone or (310) 825-1491 from a
mobile phone.
Examination Policies
Midterm Examinations
Students should be familiar with safety instructions posted in classrooms, laboratories, and other campus facilities. Be prepared to
respond safely and appropriately to a fire, earthquake, toxic spill, or
accident. See http://www.emergency.ucla.edu for an emergency
preparedness checklist.
UCLA Policy 870, II (B) 6: Midterm examinations are expected to be
held during regularly scheduled class meeting times. However, large
classes with multiple sections requiring a common midterm examination can schedule examinations outside regular class meeting
times on a space-available basis with the following limitations:
You may also obtain general instructions during a major emergency
by calling the campus 24-hour emergency information line at (800)
900-UCLA.
a. Notice of the midterm dates and times must be published in
the Schedule of Classes and MyUCLA before enrollment
begins. Late requests will not be scheduled.
Students receive emergency e-mail alerts through BruinAlert. For
more information, see BruinAlert in the UCLA Online section or
http://www.bruinalert.ucla.edu.
Here are some general guidelines for specific emergencies.
b. Instructors must put the midterm examination dates in
the course syllabus.
c. Instructors must announce the midterm dates on the
first day of class and inform students that it is acceptable to request alternate times.
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d. Instructors should make a good faith effort to accommodate alternate examinations times for students with
course conflicts.
e. To comply with Section 92640 of the California Education Code, instructors must accommodate requests for
alternate examination dates at a time when that activity
would not violate a student’s religious creed. See
UCLA Policy 870, Section II (B) 8, Alternate Examination Dates.
Final Examinations
UCLA Policy 870, II (B) 7: An instructor’s method of evaluation must
be announced at the beginning of the course. Final written examinations may not exceed three hours’ duration and are given only at the
times and places established and published by the department chair
and the Registrar’s Office. See UCLA Senate Regulation A-332 (A)
for the policy on final examinations.
Final examinations are generally held in the same room as class
meetings; however, by prior arrangement with the Registrar’s Office,
common final examinations can be scheduled and extra room locations may be booked on a space-available basis. Changes in classroom location must be arranged through the Registrar’s Office.
Examination codes, times, and locations are listed in the PDF and
online Schedule of Classes and MyUCLA.
Instructors must submit grades no later than 10 days after the last
day of finals for Fall, Winter, and Spring terms, and no later than 10
days after the last day of any given Summer session.
Alternate Examination Dates
UCLA Policy 870, II (B) 8: No student shall be excused from
assigned final examinations except as provided in Senate Regulation A332 or in Section 92640 of the California Education Code policy on alternate examinations. The University must accommodate
requests for alternate examination dates at a time when that activity
would not violate a student’s religious creed. This requirement does
not apply in the event that administering the test or examination at
an alternate time would impose an undue hardship which could not
reasonably be avoided. Accommodation for alternate examination
dates are worked out directly and on an individual basis between the
student and the faculty member involved.
Faculty members should remember that while it is fully at their discretion to make arrangements with individual students for alternate
examination times, including final examinations, they must conduct
the scheduled final examination for the class as a whole at the times
and places established by the department chair and the Registrar’s
Office.
Harassment
Sexual Harassment
The University of California is committed to creating and maintaining
a community where all persons who participate in University programs and activities can work and learn together in an atmosphere
free from all forms of harassment, exploitation, or intimidation. Every
member of the University community should be aware that the University is strongly opposed to sexual harassment, and that such
behavior is prohibited both by law and by University policy. The University will respond promptly and effectively to reports of sexual
harassment, and will take appropriate action to prevent, to correct,
and if necessary, to discipline behavior that violates this policy. See
http://sexualharassment.ucla.edu.
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Definitions
For detailed definitions of sexual harassment, refer to Section
102.09 of the UCLA Student Conduct Code (Code or UCLA Code).
Complaint Resolution
Experience has demonstrated that many complaints of sexual
harassment can be effectively resolved through informal intervention.
An individual who believes that she or he has been sexually
harassed may contact the Sexual Harassment Coordinator or a Sexual Harassment Information Center counselor for help and information regarding sexual harassment complaint resolution or grievance
procedures, or may file a complaint of harassment directly with the
appropriate Complaint Resolutions Officer. The appropriate Complaint Resolutions Officer is deterimined by the status of the accused
harasser. For further details contact the Sexual Harrassment Prevention Officer at 310-206-3417, 2241 Murphy Hall.
Other Forms of Harassment
The University strives to create an environment which fosters the
values of mutual respect and tolerance and is free from discrimination
based on race, ethnicity, sex, gender, gender expression, religion,
sexual orientation, disability, age, and other personal characteristics.
Certainly harassment, in its many forms, works against those values
and often corrodes a person’s sense of worth and interferes with
one’s ability to participate in University programs or activities. While
the University is committed to the free exchange of ideas and the full
protection of free expression, the University also recognizes that
words can be used in such a way that they no longer express an idea,
but rather injure and intimidate, thus undermining the ability of individuals to participate in the University community. The UCLA Code
presently prohibits a variety of conduct by students which, in certain
contexts, may be regarded as harassment. For detailed definitions of
harassment, refer to Section 102.11 of the Code.
Harassing expression which is accompanied by physical abuse,
threats of violence, or conduct that threatens the health or safety of
any person on University property or in connection with official University functions may subject an offending student to University discipline under the provisions of Section 102.08 of the Code.
Similarly, harassing conduct, including symbolic expression, which
also involves conduct resulting in damage to or destruction of any
property of the University or property of others while on University
premises may subject a student violator to University discipline
under the provisions of Section 102.04 of the Code.
Contact, whether physical, verbal, written, face-to-face, telephonic,
or by other means, that a student knows or should know is
unwanted, which is communicated directly to one or more specific
members of the campus community and constitutes severe and/or
pervasive, and objectively offensive, conduct, can subject the
offending student to University discipline under the provisions of
Section 102.27 of the Code.
Further, under specific circumstances described in Section 102.11
of the Code, students may be subject to University discipline for
misconduct which may consist solely of expression. Information
about this policy is available in the Office of the Dean of Students,
1206 Murphy Hall, or in any of the Harassment Information Centers
listed below
1. Sexual Harassment Prevention/Title IX Office, 2241 Murphy
Hall, (310) 206-3417, http://sexualharassment.ucla.edu
2. Counseling and Psychological Services, Wooden West, (310)
825-0768, http://www.counseling.ucla.edu
3. Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars, 106
Bradley Hall, (310) 825-1681, http://www.internationalcenter
.ucla.edu
4. Office of Fraternity and Sorority Relations, 105 Kerckhoff Hall,
(310) 825-6322, http://www.greeklife.ucla.edu
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5. Office of Ombuds Services, 105 Strathmore Building,
(310) 825-7627, http://www.ombuds.ucla.edu
6. Residential Life, 205 Bradley Hall, (310) 825-3401,
https://reslife.ucla.edu
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Procedure 230.1 (available in 1206 Murphy Hall or at http://www
.adminpolicies.ucla.edu/app/default.aspx?&id=230-1) for further
information and procedures.
Reports of Harassment
Official Publications
Reports of sexual harassment should be directed to Title IX Coordinator Kathleen Salvaty at (310) 206-3417 or [email protected]
Reports of other harassment should be directed to the Office of the
Dean of Students, 1206 Murphy Hall. Students seeking confidential
resources should contact the CARE Advocacy Office for Sexual and
Gender-Based Violence and Misconduct at (310) 206-2465 or
[email protected], or Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at (310) 825-0768.
Students are responsible for observing procedures and deadlines
published by the Registrar’s Office in the following publications:
Mobile Phone and Pager
Policy
Any disruption of a class due to the audible beeping or use of mobile
phones or pagers will be treated as a violation of Section 102.13 of
the UCLA Student Conduct Code and will subject a student to
sanctions up to and including suspension or dismissal. Mobile
phones and pagers must be turned off while in classes, libraries, or
other quiet areas.
Nondiscrimination
The University of California, in accordance with applicable federal
and state laws and University policies, does not discriminate on the
basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity,
pregnancy (including pregnancy, childbirth, and medical conditions
related to pregnancy and childbirth), physical or mental disability,
medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics), ancestry, marital status, age, sexual orientation, citizenship, or service in
the uniformed services (including membership, application for membership, performance of service, application for service, or obligation for service in the uniformed services). The University also
prohibits sexual harassment, which includes sexual violence. This
nondiscrimination policy covers admission, access, and treatment in
University programs and acivities.
Inquiries regarding the University’s student-related nondiscrimination policies may be directed to the UCLA Campus Counsel, 3149
Murphy Hall, Box 951405, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1405, (310)
825-4042.
Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination on the basis of disability covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 or Section
504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 may be directed to the
ADA and 504 Compliance Officer, A239 Murphy Hall, UCLA, Box
951405, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1405, voice (310) 825-1514, TTY
(310) 206-3349, http://www.ada.ucla.edu.
Title IX prohibits sex discrimination, including sexual harassment
and sexual violence, in any education program or activity receiving
federal financial assistance. Inquiries regarding the application of
Title IX may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator in the Sexual
Harassment Prevention/Title IX Office, 2241 Murphy Hall, (310) 2063417, [email protected], or the U.S. Department of Education
Office for Civil Rights, http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/in
dex.html, [email protected]
Students may grieve any action that they believe discriminates
against them on the ground of race, color, national origin, marital
status, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or age by contacting the
Office of the Dean of Students, 1206 Murphy Hall. Refer to UCLA
1. UCLA General Catalog. The Catalog includes courses and
programs approved by the UCLA Academic Senate. There
is no longer a print edition of the Catalog. There are two
archival editions of the Catalog: a PDF version and an HTML
version. Real-time updates to course descriptions are provided at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/catsel.aspx.
For the full list of current GE courses, see http://www.registrar
.ucla.edu/ge/. See the complete Catalog at http://www.regis
trar.ucla.edu/catalog/.
2. Schedule of Classes. The Schedule lists classes offered each
term. It includes fee charts; academic calendars with key
deadline dates; academic policies and procedures; registration, enrollment, and billing information; and official notices.
There is no longer a print edition of the Schedule. There are
two online versions: an archival PDF and a real-time edition
that displays updated class status (open, closed, waitlist,
cancelled) and enrollment capacities. The real-time edition
also features customized class searches for GE, Fiat Lux,
USIE, class units, and instructors. See http://www.registrar
.ucla.edu/schedule/.
Plagiarism and Student
Copyright
Plagiarism of any form is a violation of UCLA Student Conduct Code
(Code or UCLA Code) Section 102.01—Academic Dishonesty.
Instructors are permitted to use one or more plagiarism-detection
services to assist in the confirmation that the academic work submitted by a student is original work and has not been duplicated
from an existing work.
All class assignments are expected to be original works submitted
by individual students or, if directed by the instructor, by students
working in a team. Should a student purchase or other wise acquire
a document from a third party (such as http://www.termpaperexam
ple.com) and submit such a document as original work for the class
assignment, such action is plagiarism and a violation of the code.
Instructors may require that all students enrolled in the class submit
their work for confirmation by a plagiarism-detection service designated by the instructor. Failure by a student to submit assigned work
is the equivalent, at the discretion of the instructor, to the student
failing to submit the paper for grading.
Students retain full copyright ownership to their academic work
(UCLA Policy 965; see http://www.adminpolicies.ucla.edu/app/
default.aspx?&id=965). However, if the plagiarism-detection service
used by the instructor includes a protocol that the vendor retains a
copy of the submitted work, such practice is approved by UCLA for
the vendor’s sole purpose of comparison with other academic work
subsequently submitted by others. The vendor may not use academic work submitted by UCLA students for any other purpose.
Instructors are encouraged to indicate to all students at the start of
the academic term whether (a) a plagiarism-detection service will be
used in the class for academic assignments; and (b) whether the
service will be applied to all students enrolled in the class or on a
spot-check basis. Nonetheless, instructors may decide to use a
plagiarism-detection service after the start of the academic term,
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either on an across-the-board or spot-check basis. The instructor’s
discretion in such matters is final and not subject to appeal.
Students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the UCLA
Code. This and other relevant documents are available on the
website of the Office of the Dean of Students at http://www.deanof
students.ucla.edu.
The grading process for a student suspected of having engaged in
plagiarism or other form of cheating is described in the Academic
Senate Manual Regulations, Section 4, paragraphs A-306 and A-315
(see http://www.senate.ucla.edu).
Sexual Assault and Sexual
Misconduct
UCLA does not tolerate sexual assault or sexual misconduct. Where
there is probable cause to believe a student has committed a sexual
assault or has engaged in sexual misconduct, disciplinary action will
be pursued under Sections 102.08 and 102.09 of the UCLA Code.
Sanctions may include dismissal from the University.
If a Person Has Been Sexually Assaulted
Those who believe that they are the victims of sexual assault should
1. Immediately call the UCLA police department (UCPD) at
(310) 825-1491 or 911. Campus police can provide transportation to the Rape Treatment Center (RTC) at Santa MonicaUCLA Medical Center for medical treatment and evidence collection, even if the student does not want to make a report. An
RTC counselor will be available at no charge. UCPD can also
provide advice on how to file a restraining order.
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versity and campus policies and regulations. While many UCLA policies and regulations parallel federal, state, and local laws, UCLA
standards may be set higher. The University of California Policies
Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations, and Students (UC
Policies) have been incorporated into the UCLA Student Conduct
Code (UCLA Code or the Code) either by adapting or inserting verbatim the language of the policies. The complete University of California Policies Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations, and
Students is available at http://ucop.edu/student-affairs/policies/student-life-policies/pacaos.html. Students may contact the Office of
the Dean of Students or Student Legal Services for advice concerning these policies.
A. Jurisdiction
The University has jurisdiction over student conduct that occurs on
University property, or in connection with official University functions
whether on or off University property. The University may, at its sole
discretion, exercise jurisdiction over student behavior that occurs off
campus and that would violate student conduct policies or regulations when
1. the alleged misconduct indicates the student poses a threat to
the safety or security of any member(s) of the University community; or
2. the alleged misconduct involves academic work or the forgery,
alteration or misuse of any University document, record, key,
electronic device, or identification.
In determining whether or not to exercise off-campus jurisdiction,
the University will consider the seriousness of the alleged misconduct; whether an alleged victim is a member of the campus community; the ability of the University to gather information, including the
statements of witnesses; and whether the off-campus conduct is
part of a series of actions that occurred both on and off campus.
2. Get medical attention. The Rape Treatment Center (RTC) at
Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center provides free emergency
medical treatment and confidential counseling services. It can
be reached at (310) 319-4000, http://www.911rape.org.
B. Types of Misconduct
3. Contact Campus Assault Resources and Education (CARE).
Confidential CARE advocates have expertise in assisting students who have been sexually assaulted. Advocates can
access support services and provide information about victim-survivor rights and reporting options. CARE advocates are
available to assist any UCLA student regardless of where or
when the assault occurred. For assistance, contact the CARE
Advocacy Office for Sexual and Gender-Based Violence and
Misconduct, Wooden Center West, (310) 206-2465. Students
in distress can also contact Counseling and Psychological
Services (CAPS), Wooden Center West, (310) 825-0768. A crisis counselor is available 24/7 at (310) 825-0768. See
http://sexualviolence.ucla.edu.
102.01: Academic Dishonesty. All forms of academic misconduct
or research misconduct, including, but not limited to, cheating, fabrication or falsification, plagiarism, multiple submissions or facilitating
academic misconduct. For the purposes of the UCLA Code, the following definitions apply:
4. Report sexual violence or sexual misconduct to the Title IX
Coordinator, Title IX Office, 2241 Murphy Hall, (310) 206-3417,
[email protected]; or to the Office of the Dean of Students, 1206 Murphy Hall, (310) 825-3871. For more information about reporting options, see http://sexualviolence.ucla
.edu/filing-a-report.
Caring assistance is available for persons who have been subjected
to sexual assault or sexual violence. All campus community members are encouraged to immediately report all crimes the occur on
campus or UCLA property to UCPD.
Student Conduct Policies
Students are members of both society and the academic community
with attendant rights and responsibilities. Students are expected to
make themselves aware of and comply with the law, and with Uni-
Students may be held accountable for committing or attempting to
commit a violation of the UCLA Code or for assisting, facilitating, or
participating in the planning of an act that violates the Code (or an
act that would be in violation of the Code if it were carried out by a
student). Violations include the following types of misconduct:
102.01a: Cheating. Cheating includes, but is not limited to, the
use of unauthorized materials, information, or study aids in any
academic exercise; the alteration of any answers on a graded
document before submitting it for regarding; or the failure to
observe the expressed procedures or instructions of an academic exercise (e.g., examination instructions regarding alternate seating or conversation during an examination).
102.01b: Fabrication. Fabrication includes, but is not limited
to, falsification or invention of any information or citation in an
academic exercise, including fabrication or falsification of
research. Fabrication of research is making up data or results
and recording or reporting them. Falsification of research is
manipulating research materials, equipment, or processes, or
changing or omitting data or results such that the research is
not accurately represented in the research record.
102.01c: Plagiarism. Plagiarism includes, but is not limited to,
the use of another person’s work, (including words, ideas,
designs, or data) without giving appropriate attribution or citation. This includes, but is not limited to, representing, with or
without the intent to deceive, part or all of an entire work
obtained by purchase or otherwise, as the student’s original
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work; the omission of or failure to acknowledge the true source
of the work; or representing an altered but identifiable work of
another person or the student’s own previous work as if it were
the student’s original or new work.
Unless otherwise specified by the faculty member, all submissions, whether in draft or final form, to meet course requirements (including a paper, project, exam, computer program,
oral presentation, or other work) must either be the student’s
own work, or must clearly acknowledge the source.
102.01d: Multiple Submissions. Multiple submissions
includes, but is not limited to, the resubmission in identical or
similar form by a student of any work which has been previously submitted for credit, whether at UCLA or any other
school, college, or university in one course to fulfill the requirements of a second course, without the informed permission/consent of the instructor of the second course; or the
submission for credit of work submitted for credit, in identical
or similar form, in concurrent courses, without the permission/consent of the instructors of both courses.
102.01e: Facilitating Academic Dishonesty. Facilitating academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, knowingly
helping another student commit an act of academic dishonesty.
102.01f: Coercion Regarding Grading or Evaluation of
Coursework. Threatening personal or professional repercussions or discipline against an instructor to coerce the instructor
to change a grade or otherwise evaluate the student’s work by
criteria not directly reflective of coursework.
102.01g: Unauthorized Collaboration. Unauthorized collaboration means working with others without the expressed permission of the instructor on any submission, whether in draft or
final form, to meet course requirements (including a paper, project, take-home exam, computer program, oral presentation, or
other work). Collaboration between students will be considered
unauthorized unless expressly part of the assignment in question, or expressly permitted by the instructor.
102.02: Other Forms of Dishonesty. Other forms of dishonesty,
including but not limited to fabricating information or knowingly furnishing false information or reporting a false emergency to the University.
102.03: Forgery. Forgery, alteration, or misuse of any University
document, record, key, electronic device, or identification, or submission of any forged document or record to the University.
102.04: Theft, Damage, or Destruction of Property.
102.04a: Theft includes taking without expressed permission
or misappropriation of any property of the University or property of others while on University premises or at official University functions; or possession of any property that the student
had knowledge or reasonably should have had knowledge was
stolen.
102.04b: Damage or destruction of any University property or
the property of others while on University premises or at official
University functions.
102.05: Computer Misuse. Theft or abuse of University computers
or other University electronic resources such as computer and electronic communications facilities, systems, and services. Abuses
include, but are not limited to, unauthorized entry, use, transfer, or
tampering with the communications of others; use of either software
or physical devices to enroll in classes for yourself or on behalf of
others using processes other than those specifically delineated by
the UCLA Registrar’s Office; interference with the work of others or
with the operation of computer or electronic communications facilities, systems, or services; or violations of copyright laws, whether by
theft, unauthorized sharing or other misuse of copyrighted materials
such as music, movies, software, photos or text.
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Violation of the University of California Electronic Communications
Policy (PDF at http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/7000470/) or of any other
University acceptable or allowable use policies.
102.06: Unauthorized Use of University Resources or Name.
Unauthorized entry to, possession of, receipt of, or use of any University services, equipment, resources, or property, including the
University’s name, insignia, or seal.
102.07: Violations of University Policy. Students may be subject to
discipline for violation of any University policy.
102.07a: University Housing. Violations of policy regarding
University-owned, -operated, or -leased housing facilities or
other housing facilities on University property.
102.07b: University Parking. Violations of policy regarding
University parking services or University-owned or -operated
parking facilities.
102.07c: University Recreation. Violations of policy regarding
University recreation services, programs, or within Universityowned or -operated recreation facilities.
102.07d: University Identification Card (BruinCard). Violation
of policies, regulations, or rules governing use of official University identification cards, including manufacturing or possession
of false identification cards, using another person’s BruinCard
to obtain services or establish identity, facilitating the misuse of
one’s BruinCard by another person to obtain services or establish identity, or other misuse of the BruinCard.
102.08: Conduct that Threatens Health or Safety. Conduct that
threatens the health or safety of any person, including but not limited
to physical assault, sexual misconduct, domestic violence, dating
violence, threats that cause a person reasonably to be in sustained
fear for one’s own safety or the safety of her or his immediate family,
incidents involving the use or display of a weapon likely to cause
great bodily harm, and intoxication or impairment through the use of
alcohol or controlled substances to the point one is unable to exercise care for one’s own safety.
Sexual violence is defined as physical sexual acts engaged without
the consent of the other person or when the other person is unable
to consent to the activity. Sexual violence includes sexual assault,
rape, battery, and sexual coercion; domestic violence; dating violence; and stalking.
Abuse means intentionally or recklessly causing or attempting to
cause bodily injury, or placing another person in reasonable apprehension of imminent serious bodily injury to himself or herself, or
another.
Domestic violence is defined as abuse committed against an adult
or a minor who is a spouse or former spouse, cohabitant or former
cohabitant, or someone with whom the abuser has a child, has an
existing dating or engagement relationship, or has had a former dating or engagement relationship.
Dating violence is defined as abuse committed by a person who is
or has been in a social relationship of a romantic or intimate nature
with the victim.
Sexual assault occurs when physical sexual activity is engaged
without the consent of the other person or when the other person is
unable to consent to the activity. The activity or conduct may include
physical force, violence, threat, or intimidation, ignoring the objections of the other person, causing the other person’s intoxication or
incapacitation through the use of drugs or alcohol, or taking advantage of the other person’s incapacitation (including voluntary intoxication).
Consent is defined as follows:
Consent is informed. Consent is an affirmative, unambiguous, and
conscious decision by each participant to engage in mutually
agreed-upon sexual activity.
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Consent is voluntary. It must be given without coercion, force,
threats, or intimidation. Consent means positive cooperation in the
act or expression of intent to engage in the act pursuant to an exercise of free will.
Consent is revocable. Consent to some form of sexual activity does
not imply consent to other forms of sexual activity. Consent to sexual activity on one occasion is not consent to engage in sexual
activity on another occasion. A current or previous dating or sexual
relationship, by itself, is not sufficient to constitute consent. Even in
the context of a relationship, there must be mutual consent to
engage in sexual activity. Consent must be ongoing throughout a
sexual encounter and can be revoked at any time. Once consent is
withdrawn, the sexual activity must stop immediately.
Consent cannot be given when a person is incapacitated. A person
cannot consent if she or he is unconscious or coming in and out of
consciousness. A person cannot consent if she or he is under the
threat of violence, bodily injury or other forms of coercion. A person
cannot consent if his/her understanding of the act is affected by a
physical or mental impairment.
Incapacitation is defined as the physical and/or mental inability to
make informed, rational judgments. States of incapacitation include,
but are not limited to, unconsciousness, sleep, and blackouts.
Where alcohol or drugs are involved, incapacitation is defined with
respect to how the alcohol or other drugs consumed affects a person’s decision-making capacity, awareness of consequences, and
ability to make fully informed judgments. Being intoxicated by drugs
or alcohol does not diminish one’s responsibility to obtain consent.
The factors to be considered when determining whether consent
was given include whether the accused knew, or whether a reasonable person should have known, that the complainant was incapacitated.
Before final determination of alleged misconduct, interim suspension may be imposed by the Office of the Dean of Students when
there is reasonable cause to believe that the student’s participation
in University activities or presence at specified areas of campus will
lead to physical abuse, threats of violence, or conduct that threatens
the health or safety of any person on University property or at official
University functions, or other disruptive activity incompatible with
the orderly operation of the campus.
This policy prohibits retaliation against a person who reports sexual
misconduct or dating or domestic violence, assists someone with a
report of sexual misconduct or dating or domestic violence, or participates in any manner in an investigation or resolution of a sexual
misconduct or dating or domestic violence report. Retaliation
includes threats, intimidation, reprisals, and/or adverse actions
related to employment or education.
102.09: Sexual Harassment. Sexual harassment is defined as
unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other
verbal, nonverbal, or physical conduct of a sexual nature. Sexual
harassment is conduct that explicitly or implicitly affects a person’s
education or interferes with a person’s educational performance or
creates an environment such that a reasonable person would find
the conduct intimidating, hostile, or offensive. Sexual harassment
includes sexual misconduct (see section 102.08) and stalking (see
section 102.10). The University will respond to reports of any such
conduct in accordance with the University of California Policy on
Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence.
Sexual harassment may include incidents between any members of
the University community, including faculty and other academic
appointees, staff, student employees, students, coaches, residents,
interns, and non-student or non-employee participants in University
programs (e.g., vendors, contractors, visitors, and patients).
Sexual harassment may occur in hierarchical relationships, between
peers, or between individuals of the same sex or opposite sex.
To determine whether the reported conduct constitutes sexual
harassment, consideration shall be given to the record of the con-
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duct as a whole and to the totality of the circumstances, including
the context in which the conduct occurred.
Sexual harassment of one student by another student is defined as
unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that is so severe and/or pervasive, and objectively offensive, and that so substantially impairs a
person’s access to University programs or activities that the person
is effectively denied equal access to the University’s resources and
opportunities.
Student Employees: When employed by the University of California,
and acting within the course and scope of that employment, an
investigation may be completed by the Title IX Officer, or her designee per the University of California Policy on Sexual Harassment
and Sexual Violence (PDF) at http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000385/.
Should an investigation be conducted, a copy of the investigator’s
report and the written determination of whether or not sexual
harassment occurred will be forwarded to the Dean, who may
impose one or more sanctions, as appropriate.
In compliance with UCLA Procedure 630.1, cases involving allegations of sexual harassment must be either resolved by the Dean or
heard before the Student Conduct Committee within sixty days of
the referral of the complaint. This deadline may be extended on
approval from the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs.
This policy prohibits retaliation against a person who reports sexual
harassment, assists someone with a report of sexual harassment, or
participates in any manner in an investigation or resolution of a sexual harassment report. Retaliation includes threats, intimidation, reprisals, and/or adverse actions related to employment or education.
102.10: Stalking. Stalking is behavior in which a person repeatedly
engages in conduct directed at a specific person that places that
person in reasonable fear of his or her safety or the safety of others.
This policy prohibits retaliation against a person who reports
stalking, assists someone with a report of stalking, or participates in
any manner in an investigation or resolution of a stalking report.
Retaliation includes threats, intimidation, reprisals, and/or adverse
actions related to employment or education.
102.11: Harassment. Harassment is defined as conduct that is so
severe and/or pervasive, and objectively offensive, in that so substantially impairs a person’s access to University programs or activities, that the person is effectively denied equal access to the
University’s resources and opportunities.
Student and/or employee sexual harassment is governed by the
University of California Policy on Sexual Harassment and Sexual
Violence and the procedures for responding to sexual harassment.
See section 102.09.
Sanctions may be enhanced where an individual was selected for
harassment because of the individual’s race, color, national or ethnic
origin, citizenship, sex, gender, gender expression, religion, age,
sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, marital status, ancestry, service in the uniformed services, physical or mental disability, or
perceived membership in any of these classifications.
102.12: Hazing. Participation in hazing or any method of initiation or
pre-initiation into a campus organization or other activity engaged in
by the organization or members of the organization at any time that
causes, or is likely to cause, physical injury or personal degradation
or disgrace resulting in psychological harm to any student or other
person.
102.13: Obstruction or Disruption. Obstruction or disruption of
teaching, research, administration, disciplinary procedures, or other
University activities.
102.14: Disorderly Behavior. Engaging in disorderly or lewd
conduct.
102.15: Disturbing the Peace. Participation in a disturbance of the
peace or unlawful assembly.
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102.16: Failure to Comply. Failure to identify oneself to, or comply
with directions of, a University official or other public official acting in
the performance of her or his duties while on University property or
at official University functions, or resisting or obstructing such University or other public officials in the performance of or the attempt
to perform their duties.
102.17: Controlled Substances. Manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, use, or sale of, or the attempted manufacture, distribution, dispensing, or sale of controlled substances (including
medicinal marijuana), identified in federal and state laws or regulations, which is unlawful or otherwise prohibited by, or not in compliance with, any University policy or campus regulations, or being
unable to exercise care for one’s own safety because one is under
the influence of controlled substances. NOTE: This provision shall not
apply to circumstances wherein the person under the influence was
given a controlled substance without his or her knowledge and
permission.
102.18: Alcohol. Manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession,
use, or sale of, or the attempted manufacture, distribution, dispensing, or sale of alcohol, which is unlawful or otherwise prohibited by, or
not in compliance with, any University policy or campus regulations,
or being unable to exercise care for one’s own safety because one is
under the influence of alcohol. NOTE: This provision shall not apply to
circumstances wherein the person under the influence was given
alcohol without his or her knowledge and permission.
102.19: Destructive Devices. Possession, use, storage, or manufacture of explosives, firebombs, or other destructive devices.
102.20: Weapons and Replica Weapons.
102.20a: Weapons. Except as expressly permitted by law,
possession, use, storage, or manufacture of a firearm or other
weapon capable of causing bodily injury is prohibited.
102.20b: Replica Weapons. Except as expressly permitted by
UCPD policy, possession, use, storage, or manufacture of replicas of firearms or other weapons is prohibited.
102.21: Violation of Disciplinary Conditions. Violation of the conditions contained in the terms of a disciplinary action imposed under
the UCLA Code.
102.22: Violation of Interim or Emergency Suspension Conditions. Violation of the conditions contained in a Notice of Interim or
Emergency Suspension issued pursuant to Section IV of the UCLA
Code.
102.23: Unauthorized Use or Sale of University Materials. Except
as provided herein, no student will give, sell, or otherwise distribute
to others or publish any recording made during any course presentation without the written consent of the University and the instructor/presenter. This policy is applicable to any recording in any
medium, including handwritten or typed notes.
Any distribution of a recording of a course presentation at UCLA that
captures the actual sounds and/or images of that course presentation, in any medium, must consider not only the rights of the instructor and the University, but also those of other parties. Examples
include the privacy rights of students enrolled in the course, the
rights of guest lecturers, and the copyright interests in materials
authored by others that are displayed or presented during the
course presentation. In addition to the consent of the University and
the instructor/presenter, it may be necessary to secure permission
from these other parties before any recording, distribution, publication, or communication is legally permitted.
102.23a: Selling Academic Materials. Selling, preparing, or
distributing for any commercial purpose academic materials
including but not limited to written, video, or audio recordings
of any course unless authorized by the University in advance
and explicitly permitted by the course instructor in writing. The
unauthorized sale or commercial distribution of academic
materials including but not limited to recordings by a student is
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a violation of the UCLA Code whether or not it was the student
or someone else who prepared the materials. This policy is
applicable to any recording in any medium, including handwritten or typed notes.
102.23b: Copying Course Notes. Copying for any commercial
purpose handouts, readers, or other course materials provided
by an instructor as part of a University of California course
unless authorized by the University in advance and explicitly
permitted by the course instructor or the copyright holder in
writing (if the instructor is not the copyright holder). Students
currently enrolled in a course may provide a copy of their own
notes or recordings to other currently enrolled students for
noncommercial purposes reasonably arising from participation
in the course, including individual or group study.
102.23c: Commencement Tickets. Selling commencement
tickets.
102.24: Misuse of University Property. Organizing or carrying out
unlawful activity on University property.
102.25: Violations of Law. Students may be subject to discipline on
the basis of a conviction under any federal, California state, or local
ciminal law, when the conviction constitutes reasonable cause to
believe that the student poses a threat to the health or safety of any
person, or to the security of any property, on University premises or
at official University functions, or to the orderly operation of the
campus.
102.26: Terrorizing Conduct. Conduct where the actor means to
communicate a serious expression of intent to terrorize, or acts in
reckless disregard of the risk of terrorizing, one or more University
students, faculty, or staff. Terrorize means to cause a reasonable
person to fear bodily harm or death, perpetrated by the actor or
those acting under his/her control. Reckless disregard means consciously disregarding a substantial risk. This section applies without
regard to whether the conduct is motivated by race, ethnicity, personal animosity, or other reasons. This section does not apply to
conduct that constitutes the lawful defense of oneself, of another, or
of property.
102.27: Unwanted Personal Contact. Contact (whether physical,
verbal, written, face-to-face, telephponic, electronic, or by other
means) that
1. a student knows or should know is unwanted
2. is communicated directly to one or more specific students,
faculty, or staff
3. constitutes severe and/or pervasive, and objectively offensive,
conduct, and
4. does not constitute speech protected by the First Amendment
to the U.S. Constitution (e.g., speech in a public forum on a
matter of public concern).
102.28: Expectation of Privacy. The following are prohibited:
Making a video recording, audio recording, taking photographs, or
streaming audio/video of any person in a private location without
that person’s knowledge and express consent.
Looking through a hole or opening into, or otherwise viewing, by
means of any instrumentality, the interior of a private location without the subject’s knowledge and express consent.
Photographs and recordings made in private locations of sexual
activity or that contain nudity may not be posted online or otherwise
shared or distributed in any manner without the knowledge and
express consent of all recorded parties, even if the photograph or
recording was originally made with the knowledge and express consent of those parties.
“Nudity” means the absence of an opaque covering which covers
the genitals, pubic hair, buttocks, perineum, anus, or anal region of
any person, or any portion of the breast at or below the areola
thereof of any female person.
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“Private locations” are settings where the person reasonably
expected privacy. For example, in most cases the following are considered private locations: residential living quarters, bathrooms,
locker rooms, and personal offices.
“Private, non-public conversations and/or meetings” include any
communication carried on in circumstances that reasonably indicate
that any party wants the communication to be confined to the parties, but excludes a communication made in a public gathering in
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which the parties to the communication may reasonably expect that
the communication may be overheard or recorded.
“Express consent” is clear, unmistakable, and voluntary consent that
may be in written, oral, or nonverbal form.
These provisions do not extend to public events or discussions, nor
to lawful official law or policy enforcement activities. These provisions may not be utilized to impinge upon the lawful exercise of constitutionally protected rights of freedom of speech or assembly.
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Final Examinations
Winter 2016 Final Examinations
8–11 a.m.
11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
3–6 p.m.
6:30–9:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 12
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Sunday, March 13
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Monday, March 14
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Tuesday, March 15
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16
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Wednesday, March 16
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Thursday, March 17
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8
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Friday, March 18
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3
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Code
Date and Time
Code
Date and Time
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Friday, March 18, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
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To be arranged by instructor, if required
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Wednesday, March 16, 3-6 p.m.
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Monday, March 14, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
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Friday, March 18, 3-6 p.m.
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Tuesday, March 15, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
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Friday, March 18, 8-11 a.m.
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Wednesday, March 16, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
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Wednesday, March 16, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
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Thursday, March 17, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
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Tuesday, March 15, 8-11 a.m.
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Friday, March 18, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
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Monday, March 14, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
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Saturday, March 12, 8-11 a.m.
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Thursday, March 17, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
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Saturday, March 12, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
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Wednesday, March 16, 8-11 a.m.
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Saturday, March 12, 3-6 p.m.
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Monday, March 14, 8-11 a.m.
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Saturday, March 12, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
12
Thursday, March 17, 8-11 a.m.
30
Consult instructor for method of evaluation
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Monday, March 14, 3-6 p.m.
31
Sunday, March 13, 8-11 a.m.
14
Tuesday, March 15, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
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Sunday, March 13, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
15
Thursday, March 17, 3-6 p.m.
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Sunday, March 13, 3-6 p.m.
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Tuesday, March 15, 3-6 p.m.
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Sunday, March 13, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Final Examination Policies
Final examinations, unless otherwise announced by the instructor,
are held in the same room as class meetings. Examination codes are
listed for each course in the Schedule of Classes and in the Study
List selections on MyUCLA.
An instructor’s method of evaluation must be announced at the
beginning of the course. Final written examinations may not exceed
three hours’ duration and are given only at the times and places
established and published by the department chair and the
Registrar’s Office (Senate Regulation A-332A).
In planning courses for a term, students are responsible for avoiding
class conflicts and avoiding conflicting or multiple same-day final
examinations. No student shall be excused from assigned final
examinations except as provided in the following paragraphs.
Instructors must submit grades no later than 10 days after the last
day of finals for Fall, Winter, and Spring terms, and no later than 10
days after the last day of any given Summer Session.
Alternate Examination
Dates Policy
In compliance with Section 92640 of the California Education Code,
the University must accommodate requests for alternate examination dates for any test or examination at a time when that activity
would not violate a student’s religious creed. This requirement does
not apply in the event that administering the test or examination at
an alternate time would impose an undue hardship which could not
reasonably be avoided.
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Accommodation for alternate examination dates are worked out
directly and on an individual basis between the student and the
faculty member involved.
1. In general, students should make such requests of the instructor during the first two weeks of any given academic term, or
as soon as possible after a particular examination date is
announced by the instructor.
2. Students unable to reach a satisfactory arrangement with their
instructor should contact the Office of Ombuds Services, 105
Strathmore Building, or the Office of the Dean of Students,
1206 Murphy Hall, for assistance.
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3. Instructors who have questions or who wish to verify the
nature of the religious event or practice involved should contact the Office of Ombuds Services or the Office of the Dean
of Students for assistance.
This policy has been reviewed and approved by the Academic
Senate Undergraduate Council. Faculty members should remember
that while it is fully in their discretion to make arrangements with
individual students for alternate examination times, including final
examinations, faculty members must conduct the scheduled final
examination for the class as a whole at the times and places
established by the department chair and the Registrar’s Office.
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Class Listings
Listing Format
The Schedule of Classes (http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/) is
available online in both Web and PDF versions. In the Web
version, enrollment counts and wait lists are updated in real time.
The online Schedule has links to department homepages, course
web pages, library reserves, and the UCLA Store. It also includes
search features for classes, General Education (GE) courses, and
course units. The PDF version is printer-friendly and represents data
at the time of publication. It is not updated.
In the class listings section of the PDF Schedule, departments are
listed alphabetically, followed by their associated subject areas in
alphabetical order. Under each department, class information is presented in separate columns across the page.
In the online Schedule, subject areas are listed alphabetically by
term. Select a term and subject area (e.g., History) and click the Get
Classes button to find classes offered for that term. Select a course
from the list and click the View Course button to see class details.
Undergraduate Individual Contract Courses
Undergraduate individual studies courses, including Undergraduate
Student Initiated Education (USIE) courses (188SA, 188SC), generally
are not listed in the PDF Schedule. For individual sections of these
courses, see the online Schedule or MyUCLA.
Graduate Individual Studies Courses
Graduate individual studies courses numbered 260, 296, 375, 400,
and 595-599 do not appear in the PDF Schedule. For individual sections of these classes, see the online Schedule or MyUCLA.
Class Listing Abbreviations
CATALOG NUMBER
The catalog number is used to identify particular courses. Courses
numbered 1-99 are undergraduate lower division, 100-199 are
undergraduate upper division, 200-299 and 500-599 are graduate
level, 300-399 are professional teacher training, and 400-499 are
other professional courses.
COURSE TITLE
Course title is the 19-character abbreviation of the course that
appears on the transcript. See the UCLA General Catalog for the full
title and description of the course.
ENF REQ—Enforced Requisites
Courses with enforced requisites are indicated with a Y; those without display an N. Undergraduates are prevented from enrolling if
certain requisites have not been met as described in the Enrollment
section.
IM—Impacted Course
The impacted course column displays a Y for courses that are
impacted and is blank for courses that are not. Undergraduates are
prevented from dropping impacted courses after the second week
of a term except in exceptionally extenuating circumstances as
described in the Enrollment section.
ID NUMBER
The nine-digit ID number is used for enrolling in a section. Numbers
are printed only for the enrollment section of the course. This section
controls official enrollment in the course. MyUCLA requires the ID
number for the appropriate section for enrollment and indicates multiple parts, such as lecture and discussion, required. The enrollment
section, or secondary section, is generally the part of the course
with the smallest enrollment capacity (discussion, laboratory, quiz,
recitation). Generally, a lecture, seminar, or tutorial is called a primary section.
CLS TYP—Class Type
Class type, also called activity type, indicates the teaching format of
the course, which is defined as follows:
1. ACT (Activity): Students develop technical or creative skills
such as painting, music, drama, or design
2. CLI (Clinic): Students learn professional skills by actual practice involving patients or clients
3. CNF (Conference): Students and faculty interact through small
classroom sessions involving substantial class participation
4. DEM (Demonstration): Students take part in presentations and
exhibitions involving substantial class participation
Concurrently scheduled courses (identified by a capital C before the
catalog number) are pairs of courses, usually within a single department or program, for which credit is given at both the undergraduate
and graduate level. Concurrently scheduled courses are offered at the
same time and place with the same instructor, but workload and performance standards are evaluated differently for students at each level.
5. DIS (Discussion): Students and faculty interact through small
classroom sessions that involve substantial class participation
Multiple-listed courses (identified by a capital M before the catalog
number) are courses of the same format and level offered jointly by
more than one department. For example, Language in Culture is
offered by the Department of Anthropology (Anthropology M140)
and the Department of Linguistics (Linguistics M146).
8. LEC (Lecture): Students attend faculty lectures that involve little or no student participation
Schedule Format at a Glance
6. FLD (Fieldwork): Students participate in short or extended
field trips or in other types of nonclassroom settings
7. LAB (Laboratory): Students carry out experiments requiring
special laboratory equipment and facilities
9. LSN (Listening): Students participate in audio presentations
and exercises
10.QIZ (Quiz): Students participate in sessions designed to
review and test their understanding of course material
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Winter 2016
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11.REC (Recitation): Students take part in oral presentations and
exhibitions involving substantial class participation
12.RGP (Research Group Meeting): Students participate in
graduate research group meetings
13.SEM (Seminar): Students and faculty interact through small
classroom sessions that involve substantial class participation
14.STU (Studio): Students develop technical or creative skills
such as painting, music, drama, or design
15.TUT (Tutorial): Students meet individually with faculty to
review work that each student conducts independently
16.TVI (Televised Instruction): Students view material that has
been prerecorded
SEC—Section Number
A course may have multiple class types that must be taken together,
such as lecture and discussion or lecture and laboratory. These
class types are linked and are identified by the sequence printed and
numbering schemes below:
1. Primary (lecture, seminar) sections are numbered sequentially
(1-99). If a course has secondary sections belonging to a
specific primary section (i.e., a compound class), they are
numbered with the corresponding primary section number followed by a letter (A to Z). For example, for Chem 11A lecture
section 1, you must choose from discussion sections 1A to
1Z. The class is listed as:
11A GENERAL CHEMISTRY -------------------142-081-201
142-081-202
--------------------142-081-221
142-081-222
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
2
2A
2B
2. Any section type that may be associated with several other
section types is indicated by the section number prefixed with
a capital M. Combinations include
a. A course with secondary (discussion, laboratory, quiz)
sections associated with any of several primary sections
(e.g., Chinese 2)
b. A course with multiple primary (lecture) sections and
multiple secondary (both laboratory and discussion required) sections, with the laboratory section associated
with any of the primary sections, such as Physics 6.
These courses identify the section type (lecture, laboratory, discussion), which is the ENROLLMENT SECTION
FEE—Materials Use Fee
The Materials Use Fee is assessed in addition to term fees for each
course that you are enrolled in as of the fourth week of classes.
Multiple-part class series (such as lecture, laboratory, and discussion) list the fee with the primary section only. It covers the price of
materials and supplies used in the course and appears on the Bruin
Bill statement.
DAYS
Days of the week are abbreviated as follows:
M
T
W
R
F
S
U
TBA
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
To be arranged (time was not available at publication;
contact the instructor or department)
UNSCHED — No regular meeting time (consult the instructor)
VAR — Class meetings vary throughout the week and
quarter consult the instructor)
TIME
Courses begin and end at the time listed. Minimum class meeting
time is 50 minutes. Sometimes sections have more than one meeting time, which are listed on separate lines.
BUILDING/ROOM
The meeting location of a section is indicated by the building name
abbreviation followed by the room number. Multiple meeting locations are listed on separate lines.
LS 2142 —Life Sciences 2142
MS 4000A —Math Sciences 4000A
PUB POL 1343 —Public Policy Building 1343
See University Buildings for building names and locations.
INSTRUCTOR
The faculty member responsible for a course is listed with last name
and first initial. The Staff indicates that an instructor was not
assigned as of publication.
ENRL CAP—Enrollment Capacity
Enrollment capacity indicates the number of students allowed to
enroll in the section and is subject to departmental change. When
you attempt to enroll and the capacity is full, you are informed of the
wait-list size and your possible wait-list position.
XC—Examination Code
The code number indicates the examination period for the course
final, which is generally based on the meeting time of the lecture
section (see the Final Examinations section). Examination code
information is also available through MyUCLA. Be sure to check
your examination codes prior to finals week.
Do not enroll in courses that have conflicting meeting times as this
creates a conflict in examination times. You must discuss any conflict
with both instructors and may have to change sections or drop the
course to avoid the conflict. Faculty members may use their discretion to establish ground rules for attendance, missed examinations,
late term papers, or any other means of evaluation for the course.
GD TP—Class Grade Type
Grade type is indicated by the following grading detail codes:
1. SO—Student Option: Letter grade or Passed/Not Passed for
undergraduate students and Letter grade or Satisfactory/
Unsatisfactory for graduate students. (In the Schedule of
Classes and MyUCLA, classes with an optional grading basis
default to SO [Student Option], which appears in the grade
type column. See the Enrollment section for regulations on
changing grading basis.)
2. LG—Letter grade only
3. NG—Non-graded section of a multiple-part course
4. PN—Passed/Not Passed
5. SU—Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
UNITS
Unit value is the workload credit given for a course. It is generally the
same as credit toward a degree, except that some courses (e.g.,
English A, AP, 2P, 3P) may have less degree credit and/or no credit
toward a degree (check the course description in the UCLA General
Catalog). The unit value of a multiple-part class series is listed
with the primary section.
RESTRICT—Restrictions
Course restrictions print on the line following the section entry
when enrollment is restricted to certain designations of students:
1. Department Consent or Instructor Consent. A PTE number
is required. Consent of department or instructor is no longer
listed in the course description in the UCLA General Catalog.
Such a restriction is subject to change by individual instructors and is only noted in the Schedule of Classes.
2. Level. Only students as indicated by the class level may
enroll. (If the restriction is satisfied, a PTE number is not
68 / Class Listings
required when the section capacity has available spaces.)
Levels are indicated as follows:
FR — Freshmen only
SO — Sophomores and above
JR — Juniors and above
SR — Seniors and above
GR — Graduate students only
See Class Levels in the Academic Policies section for unit
breakdown for each level.
3. College and/or Major. Only students with the noted college
and/or major(s) may enroll. (If the restriction is satisfied, a PTE
number is not required when the section capacity has available spaces.) Thus, if a restriction reads “MATH/APP, ECON
BUSINESS, BUS-ECON,” the course is restricted to the
specified majors.
University Buildings
The list below contains abbreviations of the names of UCLA buildings in which classes are held, as used in the Schedule of Classes.
AU
BIO SCI
BMC
BOELTER
BOTANY
BOYER
BRADLEY
BRI
BROAD
BUNCHE
CAMPBEL
CARNESL
CLARK
CNSI
COLLINS
CORNELL
COVEL
DE NEVE
DENT
DODD
ENGR IV
ENGR V
ENTRPNR
FACTOR
FERNALD
FIELD
FOWLER
FRANZ
GEOLOGY
GOLD
GONDA
GSEIS
HAINES
Ackerman Student Union
Biomedical Sciences Research Building
Brain Mapping Center
Boelter Hall
Botany Building
Boyer Hall
Bradley Hall
Brain Research Institute
Broad Art Center
Bunche Hall
Campbell Hall
Carnesale Commons
William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
California NanoSystems Institute
Collins Center for Executive Education
Cornell Hall
Covel Commons
De Neve Plaza Commons Building
Dentistry, School of
Dodd Hall
Engineering IV
Engineering V
Entrepreneurs Hall
Factor Health Sciences Building
Fernald Center
Field
Fowler Museum at UCLA
Franz Hall
Geology Building
Gold Hall
Gonda (Goldschmied) Neuroscience and Genetics
Research Center
Education and Information Studies Building
Haines Hall
UCLA Schedule of Classes
HEDRICK
HERSHEY
HLTHSCI
HUMANTS
KAUFMAN
KH
KNSY PV
KNUDSEN
KORN
LAKRETZ
LAW
LS
LUVALLE
MACDNLD
MACGOWN
MCGWN E
MDCC
MELNITZ
MOL SCI
MOORE
MORTON
MP 100
MP 300
MS
MURPHY
NEUROSC
NO FAC
NWAUD
OFF CAM
OSTIN
PAB
PERLOFF
PORTOLA
POWELL
PUB AFF
PUB HLT
PVUB
REED
RIEBER
ROLFE
ROYCE
SAC
SEMEL
SLICHTR
SMB
SPROUL
TERASKI
UES
WGYOUNG
WOODEN
YRL
Winter 2016
Hedrick Hall
Hershey Hall
Center for the Health Sciences
Humanities Building (formerly Kinsey Hall)
Kaufman Hall
Kerckhoff Hall
Kinsey Science Teaching Pavilion
Knudsen Hall
Korn Convocation Hall
La Kretz Hall
Law Building
Life Sciences
Lu Valle Commons
MacDonald Medical Research Laboratories
Macgowan Hall
Macgowan Hall East
Marion Davies Children’s Center
Melnitz Hall
Molecular Sciences Building
Moore Hall
Morton Medical Building
Medical Plaza 100
Medical Plaza 300
Mathematical Sciences
Murphy Hall (Administration)
Neuroscience Research Building
No facility
Northwest Campus Auditorium
Off campus
Ostin Music Center
Physics and Astronomy Building
Perloff Hall
Portola Plaza Building
Powell Library Building
Public Affairs Building (formerly Public Policy Bldg)
Public Health, School of
Ueberroth Building
Reed Neurological Research Center
Rieber Hall
Rolfe Hall
Royce Hall
Student Activities Center
Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human
Behavior (formerly NPI&H)
Slichter Hall
Schoenberg Music Building
Sproul Hall
Terasaki Life Sciences Building
UCLA Lab School, Seeds Campus
Young Hall
Wooden Recreation and Sports Center
Young Research Library
Winter 2016
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Winter 2016 Class Listings
Course times and locations may change. See the online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
or MyUCLA at http://my.ucla.edu for real-time updates.
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
F
F
7:50- 10:50A FOWLER
12:00- 12:50P SAC
A139
215
SORIANO, L.C.
REYES, A.L.
100
20
30
PN 0.0
SO 2.0
T
9:00- 9:50A
SAC
215
REYES, A.L.
20
30
SO 2.0
F
11:00- 11:50A SAC
215
COOPER, T.J.
30
30
SO 2.0
T
10:00- 10:50A SAC
215
COOPER, T.J.
30
30
SO 2.0
F
1:00- 3:50P
SAC
215
FIKE, B.A.
25
30
SO 4.0
F
1:00- 3:50P
SAC
120P
SORIANO, L.C.
25
30
SO 4.0
UNITS
AEROSPACE STUDIES
A
1B
LEADERSHIP LAB
FOUNDATION-USAF
N
N
102-001-200 LAB
102-049-201 LEC
1
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
102-049-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
20B
USAF AIR&SPACE POWR N
102-108-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
102-108-201 LEC
2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
130B
AIR FRCE LDRSP STDS
N
102-402-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
140B
PREP-ACTIVE DUTY
N
102-446-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES
For all undergraduate African American studies courses except African American Studies M5, enrollment is limited to African American Studies majors and minors on the priority and first enrollment
passes.
M5
SOCL ORG-BLK CMNTYS N
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LEC
1
TR
12:30- 1:45P
HAINES
39
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
T
T
T
T
T
T
R
R
R
R
R
R
MW
W
M
M
W
F
F
W
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
9:30- 10:45A
8:00- 8:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
12:00- 12:50P
11:00- 11:50A
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
ROLFE
ROLFE
MS
ROLFE
MS
MS
HAINES
HAINES
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HAINES
PUB AFF
MURPHY
2178
2178
3156
3143
2242
2242
3108
3108
5117
3129
5118
5118
220
122
2317
3123
2121
A78
1264
1215
HUNTER, M.
150
14
LG 5.0
SAME AS: SOCIOL M5
6
BLACK INTLCTL THGHT N
19
FIAT LUX FRSHMN SEM
N
413-015-201
413-015-202
413-015-203
413-015-204
413-015-205
413-015-206
413-015-207
413-015-208
413-015-209
413-015-210
413-015-211
413-015-212
----------413-018-201
413-018-202
413-018-203
413-018-204
413-018-205
413-018-206
413-057-200
TURNER, P.A.
12
12
12
12
12
12
13
13
13
13
13
13
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
PN 1.0
3126
STREETER, C.A.
0
30
SO 5.0
STREETER, C.A.
02
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
African American Studies 19, seminar 1: UCLA Centennial Initiative: Arthur Ashe and Second Half of 20th Century
M104B
AFR AM-HRLM REN-60S N
413-325-200 LEC
1
MW
4:00- 5:50P
ROLFE
SAME AS: ENGL M104B
M107
CULTRAL HISTORY-RAP N
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LEC
1
TR
11:00- 12:50P SMB
1200
KEYES, C.L.
0
13
SO 5.0
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
F
F
F
F
R
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
2:00- 4:50P
1344
1344
1402
1402
1344
BURRELL, K.E.
0
0
0
0
10
16
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
1
TR
11:00- 12:15P BUNCHE
2209A
SAWYER, M.Q.
0
13
SO 4.0
R
R
R
F
F
F
F
5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
7:00- 7:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
11:00- 2:50P
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
SAC
2319
2317
1270
2181
3157
2160
B1
VALENZUELA, A.
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
07
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
KELLEY, R.D.
49
13
SO 4.0
HUDSON, P.J.
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
HUNTER, M.
25
30
SO 4.0
SAME AS: ETHNOMU M119
M111
ELLINGTONIA
M114C
AFRC AM POL THOUGHT N
N
413-342-201
413-342-202
413-342-203
413-342-204
413-366-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SAME AS: ETHNOMU M111
-----------
LEC
SAME AS: LBR&WS M114C,POL SCI M180A
M118
RETENTION&OUTREACH N
413-386-201
413-386-202
413-386-203
413-386-204
413-386-205
413-386-206
413-408-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
SAME AS: AM IND M118,ASIA AM M168,CHICANO M118
M158B
INTRO AFRO-AMER HIS N
-----------
LEC
1
TR
11:00- 12:15P PUB AFF
1222
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
T
W
W
W
F
F
MW
4:00- 4:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
12:30- 1:45P
6229
1221A
1221A
A6
A44
167
3164
SAME AS: HIST M150B
188A
SPECIAL COURSES
N
413-649-201
413-649-202
413-649-203
413-649-204
413-649-205
413-649-206
413-828-201
MS
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HAINES
HAINES
DODD
BUNCHE
African American Studies 188A, seminar 1:
413-828-202 SEM 2
TBA
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
African American Studies 188A, seminar 2:
413-828-203 SEM 3
MW
2:00- 3:15P
BUNCHE
3170
ROGERS, M.L.
25
30
SO 4.0
413-828-204 SEM 4
TR
12:30- 1:45P
BUNCHE
3117
PIERRE, J.
30
30
SO 4.0
413-846-202 SEM 2
M
10:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
2173
THE STAFF
25
30
LG 4.0
African American Studies 188A, seminar 3:
African American Studies 188A, seminar 4:
C191
TPCS-AFRO-AMER STDS N
African American Studies C191, seminar 2:
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
70 / AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
M195CE COMPARATIVE INTERN
N
Winter 2016
CLS
TYP
413-871-200 TUT
SEC
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
VAR
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
MARCHANT, E.A.
0
30
SO 4.0
HARRIS, C.I.
KELLEY, R.D.
0
8
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
MULLEN, H.R.
0
30
SO 4.0
MCMILLAN, U.G.
3
30
LG 4.0
NABOKOV, P.
60
05
SO 5.0
VALENZUELA, A.
10
10
10
10
10
10
5
07
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
CHAMPAGNE, D.W.
MARCHANT, E.A.
15
0
30
30
LG 4.0
SO 4.0
UNITS
SAME AS: AM IND M195CE,ASIA AM M195CE,CHICANO M195CE,GENDER M195CE
M200A
ADV HIST AFRC AMRCN N
M200E
STDS-AFRO-AMER LIT
413-871-202 TUT 2
813-001-200 SEM 1
VAR
M
2:00- 4:50P
W
9:00- 11:50A HUMANTS A56
FRANZ
2258A
SAME AS: HIST M200V
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
813-005-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: ENGL M262
C291
TPCS-AFRO-AMER STDS N
813-546-201 SEM 1
TBA
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES
M10
AMERICN INDIAN STDS
N
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LEC
1
MW
12:30- 1:45P
PUB AFF
2214
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
11:00- 2:50P
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
SAC
3115
3120
3115
3115
3120
3115
B1
MS
3915D
SAME AS: WL ARTS M23
M118
RETENTION&OUTREACH N
105-030-201
105-030-202
105-030-203
105-030-204
105-030-205
105-030-206
105-408-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SAME AS: AF AMER M118,ASIA AM M168,CHICANO M118
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C121
WRKNG-TRIBAL COMMTYN
M195CE COMPARATIVE INTERN N
105-426-200 LEC
105-872-200 TUT
1
1
M
VAR
1:00- 3:50P
SAME AS: AF AMER M195CE,ASIA AM M195CE,CHICANO M195CE,GENDER M195CE
M200D
ECON DEVELOPMENT
N
C221
WRKNG-TRIBAL COMMTYN
M265A
FED INDIAN LAW I
505-204-200 SEM 1
W
3:00- 5:50P
DODD
178
AKEE, R.K.
10
30
LG 4.0
M
1:00- 3:50P
MS
3915D
CHAMPAGNE, D.W.
5
30
SO 4.0
TR
9:00- 10:25A LAW
RILEY, A.R.
10
76
SAME AS: PUB PLC M270
505-126-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
505-390-200 LEC
1
1.0-8.0
ANTHROPOLOGY
Anthropology 110P through 191 are limited to Anthropology majors and minors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Nonmajors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
If instructor consent is required, students must obtain consent before enrollment, regardless of major.
7
HUMAN EVOLUTION
N
9
CULTURE AND SOCIETY N
110P
PRINCPL-ARCHAEOLOGYY
----------111-103-201
111-103-202
111-103-203
111-103-204
111-103-205
111-103-206
111-103-207
111-103-208
111-103-209
111-103-210
111-103-211
111-103-212
111-103-213
111-103-214
111-103-215
----------111-110-201
111-110-202
111-110-203
111-110-204
111-110-205
111-110-206
111-110-207
111-110-208
111-110-209
111-110-210
111-110-211
111-110-212
111-110-213
111-110-214
111-110-215
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LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
1O
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
1O
1
MWF
M
M
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8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
11:00- 12:15P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
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HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
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HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
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HAINES
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HAINES
39
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
A103B
310
310
310
310
310
310
314
314
314
314
314
314
314
314
314
A2
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
11:00- 11:50A
FOWLER
FOWLER
FOWLER
FOWLER
FOWLER
FOWLER
FOWLER
BARRETT, H.C.
SCHACHNER, G.T.
360
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
300
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
120
03
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0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
A312
A312
A312
A312
A312
A312
A139
LESURE, R.G.
20
20
20
20
20
20
65
04
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
12:00- 12:50P FOWLER
A139
STANISH, C.S.
60
05
SO 4.0
M
1:00- 4:50P
FOWLER
A312
WAKE, T.A.
10
30
SO 4.0
TR
12:30- 1:45P
PUB AFF
2325
ACABADO, S.B.
25
30
SO 4.0
9:00- 11:50A HAINES
314
ARNOLD, J.E.
15
30
SO 4.0
2:00- 4:50P
A222
STANISH, C.S.
20
08
SO 4.0
CATTELINO, J.R.
03
13
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
114P
ANCNT CIV-MESOAMER N
114R
ANC CIV-ANDEAN S AM
111-393-201
111-393-202
111-393-203
111-393-204
111-393-205
111-393-206
111-358-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
M
W
W
T
T
T
MWF
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
Y
111-436-200 LEC
1
MWF
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
117P
LAB TPCS-ARCHAEOLGY Y
111-423-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
118
TOPICS-ARCHAEOLOGY N
111-399-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY JUNIORS AND SENIORS
Anthropology 118, lecture 1:
111-399-202 LEC
2
T
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY JUNIORS AND SENIORS
Anthropology 118, lecture 2:
111-399-203 LEC
3
M
FOWLER
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY JUNIORS AND SENIORS
Anthropology 118, lecture 3: Cultural Evolutionary Theory
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
ANTHROPOLOGY / 71
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
121C
EVOLUTON-GENUS HOMOY
124P
HUMAN SEXUAL BEHAVRY
CLS
TYP
111-461-200 LEC
SEC
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
MW
3:30- 4:45P
DODD
121
KENNEDY, G.E.
150
08
SO 5.0
8:00- 9:15A
FOWLER
A103B
FESSLER, D.
180
01
LG 4.0
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
12:30- 1:45P
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
FOWLER
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
A139
MANSON, J.H.
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
75
14
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
3:30- 4:45P
FOWLER
A139
CARTMILL, E.A.
60
30
SO 4.0
11:00- 12:15P FOWLER
A139
SLYOMOVICS, S.E.
90
13
SO 4.0
9:30- 10:45A FOWLER
A139
KROSKRITY, P.V.
70
12
SO 4.0
2:00- 3:15P
FOWLER
A139
THE STAFF
60
15
SO 4.0
2:00- 3:15P
FOWLER
A139
THE STAFF
60
07
SO 4.0
12:00- 1:50P
PUB AFF
2232
GOODWIN, C.
0
30
LG 5.0
ORTNER, S.B.
0
0
0
180
15
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
-----------
LEC
1
MW
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
126
TOPICS-BIO ANTHRO
N
111-487-201
111-487-202
111-487-203
111-487-204
111-487-205
111-487-206
111-487-207
111-487-208
111-487-209
111-497-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1
M
M
M
T
T
W
W
W
W
TR
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
Anthropology 126, lecture 1: Evolution of Personality
111-497-202 LEC
2
TR
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
Anthropology 126, lecture 2:
133P
DOCUMENTARY PHOTO N
111-551-200 LEC
1
TR
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY JUNIORS AND SENIORS
C144
NAT AMER LANG&CLTRE Y
111-594-200 LEC
1
TR
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
147
SEL TPC-LING ANTHRO N
111-615-200 LEC
1
TR
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
111-615-202 LEC
2
MW
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
M148W TALK AND BODY
Y
Y -----------
LEC
1
MW
SAME AS: APPLING M161W,COMM ST M123W
150
STUDY-SOCIAL SYSTMS Y
Y 111-619-201 DIS
Y 111-619-202 DIS
Y 111-619-203 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
TBA
TBA
TBA
TR
2:00- 3:15P
FOWLER
A103B
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 2:50P
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
DODD
310
310
314
310
310
310
310
314
314
167
BOUM, A.
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
60
05
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
A103B
BRANTINGHAM, P.J.
250
03
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
156
ANTHRO OF RELIGION
157
TOPIC-SOCIAL ANTHRO N
N
111-634-201
111-634-202
111-634-203
111-634-204
111-634-205
111-634-206
111-634-207
111-634-208
111-634-209
111-679-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1
T
T
R
F
F
F
F
M
M
M
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
111-680-200 LEC
1
MWF
10:00- 10:50A FOWLER
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
Anthropology 157, lecture 1: Ecology of Crime
161
DEVELOPMENT ANTHRO Y
-----------
LEC
1
TR
9:30- 10:45A FOWLER
A103B
GUPTA, A.
156
12
SO 4.0
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
10:00- 10:50A
1:00- 1:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
2:00- 3:15P
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
310
310
314
350
314
314
314
314
314
350
310
310
A25
THE STAFF
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
12
12
12
60
15
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
T
2:00- 4:50P
HAINES
314
MIYAKE, L.R.
15
30
LG 4.0
R
9:00- 11:50A HAINES
310
MENDOZA-DENTON, N.
15
30
LG 4.0
M
12:00- 1:30P
HAINES
352
SCELZA, B.A.
5
30
PN 1.0
M
3:00- 4:50P
HAINES
352
GARRO, L.C.
5
30
PN 1.0
M
3:00- 4:50P
HAINES
350
MANSON, J.H.
3
30
PN 1.0
M
5:00- 6:50P
HAINES
122
FESSLER, D.
20
30
PN 1.0
W
9:00- 9:50A
HAINES
350
MANSON, J.H.
12
30
PN 1.0
W
3:00- 5:50P
FOWLER
A222
VON FALKENHAUSEN,
5
30
SO 4.0
1:00- 3:50P
HAINES
314
LEVINE, N.
15
30
LG 4.0
1:00- 4:50P
FOWLER
A312
WAKE, T.A.
3
30
SO 4.0
350
FESSLER, D.
0
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
179
TOPCS-REGIONL CULTR N
191HA
BEGINNING SEMINAR
111-699-201
111-699-202
111-699-203
111-699-204
111-699-205
111-699-206
111-699-207
111-699-208
111-699-209
111-699-210
111-699-211
111-699-212
111-805-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1
M
M
M
F
M
W
W
R
R
F
W
W
TR
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS
N
111-878-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
191HD
WRITING FOR ANTHRO
N
111-881-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
193
JOURNAL CLUB SEM
N
111-857-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Anthropology 193, seminar 1:
111-857-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Anthropology 193, seminar 2:
111-857-203 SEM 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Anthropology 193, seminar 3:
194
RESEARCH GROUP SEM N
111-865-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
111-865-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M201B
GRAD CORE SEM-ARCHLN
511-005-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: ARCHEOL M201B
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
203B
SOCIOCULTURL ANTHRON
511-020-200 SEM 1
F
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
M212S
LAB TOPICS-ARCHAEOL N
511-051-200 LEC
1
M
SAME AS: ARCHEOL M205A
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY OR ARCHAEOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
220
CURR PROB-BIOL ANTH N
511-083-200 SEM 1
T
9:00- 11:50A HAINES
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
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72 / APPLIED LINGUISTICS
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
222
BIOL ANTHRO-REVIEW
N
M241
TOPICS-LING ANTHRO
N
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
511-096-200 SEM 1
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
9:00- 11:50A HAINES
350
BARRETT, H.C.
15
30
LG 4.0
9:00- 11:50A HAINES
314
MENDOZA-DENTON, N.
10
30
SO 4.0
2:00- 4:50P
310
CARTMILL, E.A.
12
30
SO 4.0
DAYS
TIME
R
BUILDING
UNITS
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
511-167-200 LEC
1
W
SAME AS: LING M246C
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Anthropology M241, lecture 1: Genealogies of Language and Power
511-167-201 LEC
2
M
HAINES
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Anthropology M241, lecture 2:
C243P
NAT AMER LANG&CLTRE N
250
SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGYN
511-173-200 LEC
1
TR
9:30- 10:45A FOWLER
A139
KROSKRITY, P.V.
15
30
SO 4.0
T
9:00- 11:50A HAINES
310
TAMANOI, M.
12
30
SO 4.0
2:00- 4:50P
HAINES
310
PIERRE, J.
12
30
SO 4.0
R
2:00- 4:50P
HAINES
310
THORNTON, R.
12
30
SO 4.0
M
11:00- 1:50P
HAINES
310
GARRO, L.C.
12
30
SO 2.0-4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
511-195-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Anthropology 250, seminar 1: Anthropology of Human Rights: Focus on Child Rights
511-195-202 SEM 2
T
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Anthropology 250, seminar 2: Race and Ethnographic Imagination
511-195-203 SEM 3
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Anthropology 250, seminar 3:
M263Q
ADV SEM-MDCL ANTHRON
511-257-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: COM HLT M244,NURSING M273,PSYCTRY M273
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
M266
HLTH&CULTR-AMERICAS N
285P
ANTHRO&ARCHEOL THRYN
511-278-200 LEC
1
T
9:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
71257
TAUB, B.
5
30
LG 4.0
R
2:00- 4:50P
A222
LESURE, R.G.
15
30
SO 4.0
314
ARNOLD, J.E.
8
30
SO 4.0
SAME AS: COM HLT M260,LATN AM M260
511-450-200 SEM 1
FOWLER
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY OR ARCHAEOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
511-450-202 SEM 2
T
9:00- 11:50A HAINES
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY OR ARCHAEOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
M287R
CENTRAL ASIAN ST
297
SLCTD TOPICS-ANTHRO N
N
511-522-200 SEM 1
R
10:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
11377
GREEN, N.S.
0
30
SU 2.0
M
12:00- 1:30P
HAINES
352
SCELZA, B.A.
20
30
SO 2.0-4.0
3:00- 4:50P
HAINES
352
GARRO, L.C.
20
30
SO 2.0-4.0
4:00- 5:50P
HAINES
332
GOODWIN, M.H.
20
30
SO 2.0-4.0
12:30- 1:50P
HAINES
352
APPEL, H.C.
15
30
SO 2.0-4.0
3:00- 4:50P
HAINES
350
MANSON, J.H.
15
30
SO 2.0-4.0
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
3123
3123
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
20
20
02
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SAME AS: HIST M287
511-521-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Anthropology 297, seminar 1:
511-521-202 SEM 2
M
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Anthropology 297, seminar 2:
511-521-203 SEM 3
W
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Anthropology 297, seminar 3:
511-521-204 SEM 4
R
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
511-521-205 SEM 5
M
RESTRICT: ANTHROPOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Anthropology 297, seminar 5:
APPLIED LINGUISTICS
African Languages
1B
2B
ELEMENTARY SWAHILI Y
INTERMEDIATE SWAHIL Y
385-002-200 LEC
385-005-200 LEC
1
1
MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A
MTWRF 8:00- 8:50A
Applied Linguistics
APPLIED LINGUISTICS POLICY FOR ATTENDANCE AND LATE ENROLLMENT: The department will cancel your enrollment if you do not attend at least one of the first two class meetings.
101W
LANG LEARNING&TCHNGY
Y
Y
Y
Y
----------384-307-201
384-307-202
384-307-203
157
LANGUAGE ASSESSMENTN
384-643-200
M161W TALK AND BODY
Y Y -----------
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
1
1
TR
F
F
F
TR
MW
4:00- 5:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
ROYCE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
POWELL
PUB AFF
190
3116
3116
3116
320B
2232
MICKLOS, A.M.
BACHMAN, L.F.
GOODWIN, C.
66
22
22
22
25
54
18
18
18
5
30
30
30
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
LG 5.0
15
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
SAME AS: ANTHRO M148W,COMM ST M123W
M165SL SPANISH-COMMUNITY
Y
Y 384-671-201 DIS
Y 384-671-202 DIS
Y 384-671-203 DIS
384-694-200 SEM
1A
1B
1C
1
TBA
TBA
TBA
T
3:00- 5:50P
PUB AFF
1329
PLANN, S.J.
MW
12:30- 1:45P
PUB AFF
1323
SAME AS: CHICANO M167SL,SPAN M165SL
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE
M172SL LATINOS&LING&LITRCY N
384-737-200 SEM 1
FALCE-ROBINSON, J.
0
30
SO 5.0
TR
2:00- 3:15P
KAUFMAN 136
TAO, H.
0
30
SO 4.0
M
2:00- 4:50P
ROYCE
166
KIRSNER, R.S.
0
30
SO 4.0
GOODWIN, C.
5
30
LG 4.0
M
2:00- 3:50P
ROLFE
2117
GOODWIN, C.
12
30
SU 4.0
F
12:00- 2:50P
FOWLER
A222
GUPTA-AGARWAL, S.
20
30
SO 2.0/4.0
W
3:00- 5:50P
FOWLER
A222
VON FALKENHAUSEN,
15
30
SO 4.0
1
M
1:00- 4:50P
FOWLER
A312
WAKE, T.A.
3
30
SO 4.0
1
1A
1B
1C
TR
F
F
F
11:00- 12:15P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
PERLOFF
PERLOFF
PERLOFF
PERLOFF
1102
1209B
1220
1209B
FAVRO, D.G.
144
18
18
18
13
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SAME AS: CHICANO M170SL,HNRS M128SL,SPAN M172SL
M225B
CORPUS LINGUISTICS
N
M262
TOPCS-LING ANALYSIS
Y
784-151-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: ASIAN M222B
784-372-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: GERMAN M264
269
CUR ISS-DISC ANALYS
N
278
DISCOURSE LAB
Y
784-414-200 SEM 1
VAR
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
784-468-200 LAB
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
ARCHAEOLOGY
C120
TOPICS-ARCHAEOLOGY N
115-430-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M201B
GRAD CORE SEM-ARCHLN
515-031-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: ANTHRO M201B
RESTRICT: ARCHAEOLOGY MAJORS
M205A
LAB TOPICS-ARCHAEOL N
515-052-200 LEC
SAME AS: ANTHRO M212S
ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN DESIGN
10A
HIST-ARCH&URBN DSGN N
----------114-030-201
114-030-202
114-030-203
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
98T
121
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
RETAIL ARCHITECTURE N
STUDIO I
N
114-030-204
114-030-205
114-030-206
114-030-207
114-030-208
114-295-200
114-426-200
CLS
TYP
SEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
STU
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1
1
FEE
XC
CR
TP
GRAY, C.B.
BESLER, E.D.
18
18
18
18
18
15
28
30
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
LG 6.0
HANDWERKER, M.K.
30
30
LG 5.0
FRIES-BRIGGS, G.
28
30
LG 5.0
6:00- 8:50P
WELLS, W.R.
9
30
LG 4.0
M
6:00- 8:50P
WELLS, W.R.
10
30
LG 4.0
W
8:00- 11:50A PUB AFF
LING, J.C.
5
30
SO 4.0
TBA
FAVRO, D.G.
22
30
SO 2.0-4.0
TBA
OSMAN, M.
20
30
SO 2.0-4.0
TBA
OSMAN, M.
50
30
SO 2.0-4.0
TBA
LAVIN, S.
18
30
SO 2.0-4.0
TBA
SHERMAN, R.
16
30
SO 2.0-4.0
TBA
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
F
F
F
F
F
TBA
TBA
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
PERLOFF
PERLOFF
PERLOFF
PERLOFF
PERLOFF
1220
1209B
1220
1209B
1220
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
UNITS
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES MAJORS
132
DOMESTIC ARCHITECTR N
114-492-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES MAJORS
142
TECH II-BLDG MATRLS
N
114-542-200 LAB
1
TBA
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES MAJORS
CM153
SUSTAINABLE ARCHITC N
114-618-200 LEC
1
M
SAME AS: ENVIRON M153
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES MAJORS
CM247A SUSTAINABLE ARCHITC N
514-320-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: URBN PL M291
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
M272
RL ESTATE DEV&FINNC
N
514-480-200 LEC
1
4320B
SAME AS: URBN PL M272
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
289
SPL TPS-ARCH&URB DS N
514-556-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
514-556-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
514-556-203 LEC
3
RESTRICT: MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE II MAJORS
514-556-204 LEC
4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
514-556-205 LEC
5
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
514-556-206 LEC
6
MAYNE, T.
14
30
SO 2.0-4.0
TBA
KOERNER, J.
25
30
SO 2.0-4.0
TBA
NOWAK, M.A.
40
30
SO 2.0-4.0
LEBLOND, V.
12
30
SO 2.0-4.0
PRESNER, T.S.
20
30
SO 2.0-4.0
CUFF, D.
20
30
LG 5.0
RESTRICT: MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE II MAJORS
514-556-207 LEC
7
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
514-556-208 LEC
8
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
514-556-209 LEC
9
TBA
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
514-556-210 LEC
10
T
1:00- 3:50P
PERLOFF 1243C
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
290
ARCHITECTRL CULTURE N
514-563-200 LEC
1
TBA
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
401
ADV TOPICS-STUDIO
N
514-603-201 STU 1
MWF
2:00- 5:50P
ABE, H.
17
30
LG 6.0
MWF
2:00- 5:50P
HULJICH, G.
18
30
LG 6.0
MWF
2:00- 5:50P
PERLOFF 2217
MACK, M.
15
30
LG 6.0
MWF
2:00- 5:50P
PERLOFF
THE STAFF
18
30
LG 6.0
MWF
2:00- 5:50P
MAYNE, T.
14
30
LG 6.0
2:00- 5:50P
LYNN, G.S.
15
30
LG 6.0
2:00- 5:50P
NOWAK, M.A.
25
30
LG 6.0
TBA
DENARI, N.M.
17
30
2.0
TBA
PAYNE, J.K.
17
30
2.0
TBA
ROBERGE, H.L.
16
30
2.0
TBA
MAYNE, T.
16
30
2.0
TBA
LYNN, G.S.
15
30
2.0
NOWAK, M.A.
25
30
2.0
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
514-603-202 STU 2
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
514-603-203 STU 3
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
514-603-204 STU 4
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
514-603-205 STU 5
RESTRICT: MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE II MAJORS
514-603-206 STU 6
MWF
RESTRICT: MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE II MAJORS
514-603-207 STU 7
MWF
RESTRICT: MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE II MAJORS
403B
RESEARCH STUDIO
N
514-607-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
514-607-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
514-607-203 SEM 3
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
514-607-204 SEM 4
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
514-607-205 SEM 5
RESTRICT: MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE II MAJORS
514-607-206 SEM 6
TBA
RESTRICT: MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE II MAJORS
412
BUILDNG DSGN STUDIO N
415
COMPREHENSIV STUDIO N
514-630-200 STU 1
MWF
2:00- 5:50P
PERLOFF
KOVACS, A.
60
30
LG 6.0
MWF
2:00- 5:50P
PERLOFF 1243A
SHARIF, M.
45
30
LG 6.0
TR
9:15- 10:45A PERLOFF 1243A
PAULL, M.
65
30
SO 4.0
R
3:00- 5:50P
LOCKE, A.
60
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
514-637-201 STU 1
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
432
STRUCTURES II
N
514-677-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
441
ENVRNMNTL CNTRL SYS N
514-696-200 LEC
1
PERLOFF 1243A
RESTRICT: ARCHITECTURE MAJORS
ART
For undergraduate studio courses, attendance at the first two class meetings is MANDATORY. Failure to attend the first two class meetings results in your being dropped from the course.
1A
DRAWING
N
119-001-200 STU 1
TR
8:00- 11:50A BROAD
7250
WICKMAN, P.A.
17
30
SO 4.0
MW
8:00- 11:50A BROAD
1256
WONG, A.A.
17
30
SO 4.0
MW
8:00- 11:50A BROAD
7230
LAUTER, M.I.
17
30
SO 4.0
TR
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
1145
RUBY, M.R.
17
30
SO 4.0
MW
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
2122
KRUGER, B.
17
30
SO 4.0
TR
8:00- 11:50A BROAD
2122
THE STAFF
17
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: ART MAJORS
1B
SCULPTURE
N
119-002-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: ART MAJORS
11A
PAINTING
N
11B
PHOTOGRAPHY
N
11D
NEW GENRES
N
119-016-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: ART MAJORS
119-017-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: ART MAJORS
119-019-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: ART MAJORS
119-019-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: ART MAJORS
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
11E
CERAMICS
N
20
PRODUCTION
N
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
119-020-200 STU 1
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
MW
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
1275
SAXE, A.A.
17
30
LG 4.0
F
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
2100B
HOUCK, J.D.
19
07
LG 2.0
SIEGELBAUM, S.J.
60
03
LG 5.0
VOGT, E.
20
20
20
15
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
FERGUSON, R.
50
30
LG 5.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: ART MAJORS
119-060-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: ART MAJORS
For Art 31B, Art majors and nonmajors may enroll on the priority and first enrollment passes; second pass enrollment is limited to Art majors.
31B
MODERNISM
N
-----------
LEC
1
F
9:00- 11:50A BROAD
2100A
1A
1B
1C
1
M
F
F
MW
5:00- 5:50P
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
8:00- 11:50A
3134
A20
A28
7240
RESTRICT: ART MAJORS
130
ADVANCED DRAWING
132
SURVEY-CRIT THOUGHT N
N
119-090-201
119-090-202
119-090-203
119-624-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
STU
ROLFE
HAINES
HAINES
BROAD
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ART MAJORS
-----------
LEC
1
TBA
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ART MAJORS
119-629-201 DIS
1A
W
5:00- 5:50P
ROLFE
3134
25
0.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ART MAJORS
119-629-202 DIS
1B
F
12:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
3117
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
6220
HERMAN, R.R.
25
15
30
LG 5.0
0.0
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
6250
PITTMAN, L.G.
15
30
LG 5.0
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
2135
BOLANDE, J.
15
30
LG 5.0
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
6260
SAMUEL, J.M.
12
30
LG 5.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ART MAJORS
133
ADVANCED PAINTING
N
119-634-201 STU 1
MW
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ART MAJORS
119-634-202 STU 2
TR
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ART MAJORS
137
ADVANCED NEW GENRESN
119-641-200 STU 1
TR
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ART MAJORS
140
ADVANCED PRINTMAKNGN
119-649-200 STU 1
TR
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ART MAJORS
145
ADVANCED SCULPTURE N
119-654-200 STU 1
MW
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
1256
SKULDT, J.E.
15
30
LG 5.0
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
1256
KOUMOUNDOUROS, O.
15
30
LG 5.0
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
1145
OPIE, C.S.
15
30
LG 5.0
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
1275
HAFT-CANDELL, J.K.
15
30
LG 5.0
1:00- 4:50P
BROAD
7240
OTTO-KNAPP, S.
13
30
LG 5.0
TR
8:00- 11:50A BROAD
1145
WELLING, J.
13
30
LG 5.0
TR
12:00- 1:50P
2238
LOPEZ GASPAR DE AL
0
30
SO 4.0
F
10:00- 12:50P BROAD
1145
WELLING, J.
10
30
PN 1.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ART MAJORS
119-654-201 STU 2
TR
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ART MAJORS
147
ADVANCED PHOTOGRPHYN
119-657-200 STU 1
MW
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ART MAJORS
148
ADVANCED CERAMICS
N
150
SENIOR STUDIO
N
119-650-200 STU 1
TR
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ART MAJORS
119-665-200 STU 1
MW
RESTRICT: SENIORS ONLY,ART MAJORS
119-665-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: SENIORS ONLY,ART MAJORS
M185
PUBLIC ART
N
119-812-200 LEC
1
PUB AFF
SAME AS: CHICANO M185,WL ARTS M126
190
COLLOQUIA
N
119-847-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
271
GRADUATE PAINTING
N
519-366-201 STU 1
VAR
OFF CAM
HERMAN, R.R.
10
30
LG 2.0-8.0
VAR
OFF CAM
OTTO-KNAPP, S.
10
30
LG 2.0-8.0
VAR
OFF CAM
PITTMAN, L.G.
10
30
LG 2.0-8.0
VAR
OFF CAM
WICKMAN, P.A.
10
30
LG 2.0-8.0
VAR
OFF CAM
WONG, A.A.
10
30
LG 2.0-8.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
519-366-202 STU 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
519-366-203 STU 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
519-366-204 STU 4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
273
GRADUATE SCULPTURE N
519-375-201 STU 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
274
GRAD PHOTOGRAPHY
N
519-381-201 STU 1
VAR
OFF CAM
OPIE, C.S.
10
30
LG 2.0-8.0
VAR
OFF CAM
WELLING, J.
10
30
LG 2.0-8.0
VAR
OFF CAM
BOLANDE, J.
10
30
LG 2.0-8.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
519-381-002 STU 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
275
GRADUATE NEW GENRESN
519-386-201 STU 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
519-386-202 STU 2
VAR
OFF CAM
FRASER, A.
10
30
LG 2.0-8.0
T
6:30- 9:20P
OFF CAM
FERGUSON, R.
10
30
LG 4.0
M
6:30- 9:20P
OFF CAM
PERLMAN, D.H.
10
30
LG 4.0
VAR
OFF CAM
SAXE, A.A.
10
30
LG 2.0-8.0
VAR
OFF CAM
KELLY, M.
10
30
SO 2.0-8.0
OFF CAM
THE STAFF
10
30
LG 4.0
OFF CAM
KRUGER, B.
10
30
LG 2.0/4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
276
GRAD GROUP CRITIQUE N
519-390-201 DIS
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
519-390-202 DIS
2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
277
GRADUATE CERAMICS
278
INTRDSCPLNRY STUDIO N
N
519-395-201 STU 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
519-400-201 STU 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C280
SEMINAR IN ART
N
519-411-200 SEM 1
W
6:30- 9:20P
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Art C280, seminar 1:
C283
SPECIAL TOPICS-ART
N
519-441-200 SEM 1
VAR
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
ART HISTORY
Art History 100 through C180C are limited to Art History majors during the priority and first enrollment passes. Nonmajors may enroll during the second pass, space permitting.
23
MODERN ART
N
----------118-069-201
118-069-202
118-069-203
118-069-204
118-069-205
118-069-206
118-069-207
118-069-208
118-069-209
118-069-210
118-069-211
118-069-212
118-069-213
118-069-214
118-069-215
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
1O
TR
W
W
W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
F
F
F
F
2:00- 3:15P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
147
52
52
52
52
52
52
52
52
52
275
220
220
220
220
220
BAKER, G.T.
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270
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Winter 2016
ARTS AND ARCHITECTURE / 75
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
29
CHINESE ART
N
98T
C116B
119A
M119C
OTHR IMG-ICON&PHOTO N
LT BYZNTNE ART&ARC N
WESTERN ISLAMIC ART N
ISLAMIC ARCHAEOLOGY N
121B
C125A
127A
133D
144
C145A
C170A
185
ITAL-QUATTROCENTO
Y
BAROQUE ART-SOUTH N
EUROPEAN ART-17&18C Y
ARCHITECTURE IN U S N
CARIBBEAN ART
N
ARCH&URBANSM-AFRICAN
MUSEUM STUDIES
N
UNDERGRAD SEMINAR N
118-069-216
118-069-217
118-069-218
----------118-087-201
118-087-202
118-087-203
118-087-204
118-087-205
118-087-206
118-087-207
118-087-208
118-087-209
118-087-210
118-087-211
118-087-212
118-087-213
118-087-214
118-087-215
118-087-216
118-087-217
118-087-218
118-296-200
118-401-200
118-414-200
118-416-200
CLS
TYP
SEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
LEC
LEC
LEC
1P
1Q
1R
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
1O
1P
1Q
1R
1
1
1
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
F
F
F
TR
T
T
T
T
T
T
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
R
R
R
R
T
T
MW
TR
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
9:30- 10:45A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
12:00- 12:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
11:00- 12:15P
11:00- 12:15P
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
220
220
220
147
52
52
52
52
52
52
52
52
52
220
220
220
52
52
220
52
52
52
275
275
146
175
TR
TR
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
R
9:30- 10:45A
11:00- 12:15P
2:00- 3:15P
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TP
UNITS
AN, J.
GERSTEL, S.E.
OVERTON, K.H.
BURKE, K.S.
15
15
15
270
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
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15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
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12
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60
10
146
146
146
146
170
146
146
220
WILSON, B.
BLACK, C.V.
HARWELL, G.T.
UPTON, D.
ROSENBLUM, B.T.
CRAIG, M.H.
MATHUR, S.
HARWELL, G.T.
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
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15
30
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10
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30
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30
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118-450-200
118-462-200
118-496-200
118-623-200
118-672-200
118-720-200
118-791-202
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LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
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LEC
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
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118-791-203 SEM 3
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200
THEORIES&METHODLGYSN
202
TOPICS-THEORY&CRIT
518-001-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: ART HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
518-017-200 SEM 1
T
RESTRICT: ART HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS
C216B
LT BYZNTNE ART&ARC
N
C217B
TOPICS-MEDVL ART
N
518-103-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
518-110-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C225
BAROQUE ART-SOUTH
N
225B
EARLY MODERN ART
N
228D
HIST&THEORY-PHOTO
N
518-202-200 LEC
1
TR
11:00- 12:15P DODD
146
BLACK, C.V.
10
30
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M
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275
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30
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SCOTT, D.A.
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518-157-200 SEM 1
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230D
MODERN ART
N
C270A
273
MUSEUM STUDIES
ARTWORKS
N
N
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518-420-200 LEC 1
518-438-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
ARTS AND ARCHITECTURE
10
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N
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14
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9:00- 9:50A
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3:00- 3:50P
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HAINES
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ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES
20
50
ASIA AM COMMUNITIES N
ASIAN AMERICN WOMEN N
MANKEKAR, P.
4:00- 4:50P
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
ROYCE
HAINES
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
154
A82
2325
2168
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76 / ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
M119
API LABOR ISSUES
N
122A
132A
133
140SL
EMPR&RSSTNC-PCFC IS N
KOREAN AMRCN EXPRNCN
PILPNO AMRCN EXPRNC N
POWER TO PEOPLE
Y
C142B
M166B
COMMUNITY MEDIA
IMMIGRATION RIGHTS
167
M168
IMMGRTN&NEW 2ND GENN
RETENTION&OUTREACH N
175A
185
RACE&ETH&GEN&SEXLTYN
COMUNTY-BASED RSRCHN
187C
ASIAN AM POP&COMTY N
CLS
TYP
121-414-200 LEC
Winter 2016
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
1
F
2:00- 4:50P
PUB AFF
2250
OMATSU, G.K.
50
30
SO 4.0
1
1
1
1
MW
TR
TR
M
2:00- 3:15P
11:00- 12:15P
3:30- 4:45P
2:00- 3:50P
PUB AFF
HAINES
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
2250
A25
2270
2242
HIRSHBERG, L.B.
PARK, K.
THE STAFF
YOO, D.K.
60
60
0
30
30
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
M
M
2:00- 4:50P
3:00- 5:50P
YRL
PUB AFF
11630F TAJIMA, R.E.
0
1246
GUARNEROS MONTERRO0
30
30
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
3:00- 5:50P
11:00- 2:50P
FRANZ
SAC
2258A
B1
KIM, S.S.
VALENZUELA, A.
50
10
16
07
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LG 4.0
PUB AFF
3343
THE STAFF
ONG, P.M.
15
15
30
30
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2100A
MIYAKE, L.R.
60
30
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A20
NGUYEN-VO, T.
MATSUMOTO, V.J.
1
13
30
30
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LING, J.
0
30
SO 4.0
LING, J.
MANKEKAR, P.
0
10
30
30
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SO 4.0
SEC
FEE
UNITS
SAME AS: LBR&WS M119
121-432-200
121-493-200
121-498-200
121-541-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
N
Y
121-553-200 LAB 1
121-787-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: CHICANO M156B,LBR&WS M166B
121-703-200 LEC
121-707-200 LEC
1
1
R
F
SAME AS: AF AMER M118,AM IND M118,CHICANO M118
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
121-750-200 SEM 1
121-804-200 SEM 1
TBA
R
3:00- 5:50P
RESTRICT: ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES MAJORS AND MINORS
121-736-200 LEC
1
TR
11:00- 12:15P BROAD
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE
Asian American Studies 187C, lecture 1:
188SB
191A
INDIV STD FOR USIE
RESEARCH METHODS
Y
N
121-830-201 TUT 1
121-802-200 SEM 1
UNSCHED
R
3:00- 5:50P
HAINES
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Asian American Studies 191A:
M195CE COMPARATIVE INTERN
N
121-873-200 TUT
1
VAR
SAME AS: AF AMER M195CE,AM IND M195CE,CHICANO M195CE,GENDER M195CE
200B
ISS-ASIAN AM COMNTS N
200C
C242B
CRTCL ISSUS ASIA-AM
COMMUNITY MEDIA
N
N
297A
TPCS-ASIAN AM STDS
N
121-873-202 TUT
521-013-200 LEC
2
1
VAR
M
9:00- 11:50A ROLFE
3120
TBA
M
2:00- 4:50P
YRL
ONG, P.M.
11630F TAJIMA, R.E.
0
5
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
R
3:00- 5:50P
HAINES
A20
3
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES GRADUATES
521-014-200 SEM 1
521-253-200 LAB 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
521-580-200 SEM 1
MATSUMOTO, V.J.
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
Asian
ENROLLMENT RESTRICTIONS: Upper division courses are limited to departmental majors/minors on the priority and first enrollment passes. All other students may enroll after second pass begins.
19
FIAT LUX FRSHMN SEM
N
257-057-201 SEM 1
W
10:00- 10:50A HAINES
A20
JUNG-KIM, J.J.
1
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1B
1C
1
W
W
W
MW
M
R
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20
30
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11:00- 12:15P PUB AFF
1246
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9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
12:30- 1:45P
ROYCE
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BUNCHE
ROYCE
164
164
2150
156
BUSWELL, R.E.
66
30
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CARTER, C.S.
22
22
22
40
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
4:00- 6:50P
4:00- 6:50P
2:00- 3:15P
BUNCHE 2150
ROLFE
3134
KAUFMAN 136
BUSWELL, R.E.
DUNCAN, J.
TAO, H.
10
10
10
30
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
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SCHOPEN, G.R.
10
30
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Asian 19, seminar 1: Foodways between Asia and America
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INTRO TO BUDDHISM
Y
Y -----------
LEC
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161
TPC-ASIAN RELIGIONS
N
Y 257-181-201 DIS
Y 257-181-202 DIS
Y 257-181-203 DIS
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Asian 161, lecture 1: Buddhism and Environment
201
216
M222B
APPROACH-BUDHST STDN
HISTORY AND ASIA
N
CORPUS LINGUISTICS
N
265B
TOPCS-BUDDHIST STDS N
657-003-200 SEM 1
657-096-200 SEM 1
657-114-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: APPLING M225B
657-326-200 SEM 1
TBA
Chinese
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spaces are reserved in language courses for students taking the placement examination; students must contact the department to be enrolled. Upper division content courses are limited to departmental
majors/minors during the priority and first enrollment passes. All other students may enroll after second pass begins.
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5
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5A
50
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CHINESE CIVILIZATN
N
80
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100B
ADVD MODERN CHINESE Y
N
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CHIEF, L.
CHIEF, L.
CHIEF, L.
SUN, X.
SUN, X.
SUN, X.
SMITH, M.M.
SMITH, M.M.
SMITH, M.M.
YAO, Y.
DUTHIE, N.N.
CHI, R.Y.
SHEN, Y.
SHEN, Y.
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
100E
101B
ADV MOD CHIN HERITG Y
ADV READ-MOD CHNESE Y
110B
INTR-CLASCL CHINESE Y
C120
INTRO-CHINESE LING
C156
186
187
200A
211A
213A
295A
CLTR&SOCIETY-TAIWAN N
ARCHAEOLOGY-CHINA N
CHIN ETYMLGY&CALLIG N
RESRCH METHODS-CHINY
CLSC CHINESE POETRY N
CHINESE CINEMAS
N
CHINESE CULTRL HIST N
Y
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659-067-200
659-079-200
659-570-200
CLS
TYP
SEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
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SEM
SEM
SEM
1
1
2
1
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1B
1
1A
1B
1
1
1
1
1
1
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12:30- 1:45P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
3:30- 4:45P
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9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 6:50P
4:00- 6:50P
BOELTER
MOORE
PAB
ROYCE
MOORE
MOORE
ROYCE
PAB
PAB
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROLFE
MOORE
5422
1003
2748
164
1003
1003
156
2748
2748
164
160
162
3120
1003
SHEN, Y.
YAO, Y.
YAO, Y.
CHEN, J.W.
TAO, H.
THE STAFF
LI, M.
CHOU, H.H.
STRASSBERG, R.E.
CHEN, J.W.
CHI, R.Y.
CHOU, H.H.
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4.0
4.0
4.0
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0.0
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4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
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5
Y
INTERMEDT FILIPINO
Y
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----------376-006-211
----------376-015-201
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
2
2A
1
1A
TR
F
F
F
TR
F
TR
F
12:30- 1:45P
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:50P
9:30- 10:45A
10:00- 10:50A
HUMANTS
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
HUMANTS
ROYCE
ROLFE
MS
135
1264
1256
2319
135
160
3135
5233
DOMINGO, N.P.
DOMINGO, N.P.
DOMINGO, N.P.
DOMINGO, N.P.
DOMINGO, N.P.
30
30
Hindi-Urdu
REQUIRED: SEE http://www.alc.ucla.edu FOR MANDATORY ENROLLMENT RULES, INCLUDING PLACEMENT TESTS, FOR ALL LANGUAGE COURSES.
2
INTRO HINDI-URDU
5
Y
INTERMED HINDI-URDU Y
----------377-006-201
377-006-202
377-006-203
----------377-006-211
----------377-015-201
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
2
2A
1
1A
TR
F
F
F
TR
F
TR
F
12:30- 1:45P
10:00- 11:50A
11:00- 12:50P
12:00- 1:50P
12:30- 1:45P
1:00- 2:50P
9:30- 10:45A
10:00- 10:50A
ROYCE
ROLFE
BUNCHE
HAINES
ROYCE
HAINES
ROLFE
ROYCE
190
3129
3123
A82
190
A24
3121
160
MAHAJAN, G.
MAHAJAN, G.
MAHAJAN, G.
MAHAJAN, G.
30
30
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
Indonesian
REQUIRED: SEE http://www.alc.ucla.edu FOR MANDATORY ENROLLMENT RULES, INCLUDING PLACEMENT TESTS, FOR ALL LANGUAGE COURSES.
2
5
100B
INTRO INDONESIAN
Y
INTERMED INDONESIAN Y
ADVANCED INDONESIAN Y
378-006-200 LEC
378-015-200 LEC
378-301-200 LEC
1
1
1
MW
MW
MW
12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE 3117
10:00- 11:50A KAUFMAN 153
2:00- 3:15P ROYCE
148
WIJAYA, J.
WIJAYA, J.
WIJAYA, J.
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
SO 4.0
Japanese
REQUIRED: SEE http://www.alc.ucla.edu FOR MANDATORY ENROLLMENT RULES, INCLUDING PLACEMENT TESTS, FOR ALL JAPANESE COURSES. ENROLLMENT RESTRICTIONS: Limited
spaces are reserved in language courses for students taking the placement examination; students must contact the department to be enrolled. Upper division content courses are limited to departmental
majors/minors during the priority and first enrollment passes. All other students may enroll after second pass begins.
2
ELEM MOD JAPANESE
Y
5
INTRMD MOD JAPANESE Y
50
JAPANESE CIVILIZATN
N
70
IMAGES OF JAPAN
N
100B
ADV MODERN JAPANESE Y
101B
102A
M120
JPNS ADV RDNG I
Y
ADV READ&WRTE-HERIT N
INTRO-JAPANESE LING Y
----------261-006-201
261-006-202
----------261-006-211
261-006-212
----------261-006-221
261-006-222
----------261-006-231
261-006-232
261-015-201
261-015-202
261-015-203
----------261-150-201
261-150-202
261-150-203
261-150-204
261-150-205
261-150-206
----------261-210-201
261-210-202
261-210-203
261-210-204
261-301-201
261-301-202
261-316-200
261-313-200
-----------
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
1A
1B
2
2A
2B
3
3A
3B
4
4A
4B
1
2
3
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
2
1
1
1
TR
MW
MW
TR
TBA
MW
TBA
TBA
MW
TBA
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
MW
R
R
R
R
R
R
TR
F
F
F
F
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
9:30- 10:45A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
9:30- 10:45A
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
SEM
SEM
SEM
1A
1B
1
1
1
1
1
F
F
TR
TR
R
W
TBA
ROYCE
ROYCE
PUB AFF
ROYCE
190
154
1246
190
11:00- 11:50A ROYCE
362
1:00- 1:50P
ROYCE
362
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
12:30- 1:45P
12:30- 1:45P
12:30- 1:45P
3:30- 4:45P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:15P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
12:30- 1:45P
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:15P
12:30- 1:45P
11:00- 12:15P
MOORE
MOORE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
HAINES
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROLFE
ROYCE
ROLFE
DODD
DODD
ROYCE
MOORE
DODD
1003
1003
1222
1222
1222
A18
148
148
148
148
148
148
190
154
3135
162
3105
78
78
148
1003
78
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
2:00- 3:15P
9:30- 10:45A
2:00- 4:50P
4:00- 6:50P
ROLFE
PUB AFF
ROYCE
ROYCE
PUB AFF
ROLFE
3116
2242
160
162
2292
3120
KAWANISHI, Y.
NOGAMI, Y.
NOGAMI, Y.
NOGAMI, Y.
IKEDA, E.
TAYLOR, Y.
50
25
25
50
25
25
50
25
25
50
25
25
25
25
25
150
25
25
25
25
25
25
100
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
50
WINSTON, L.
BODIFORD, W.M.
EMMERICH, M.D.
DUTHIE, T.
BODIFORD, W.M.
25
25
40
40
10
10
10
KAWANISHI, Y.
IKEDA, E.
IKEDA, E.
TAKAKURA, A.H.
TAKAKURA, A.H.
TAKAKURA, A.H.
CARTER, C.S.
WINSTON, L.
30
14
14
15
14
13
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
15
12
30
30
30
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
4.0
4.0
LG 4.0
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
15
SAME AS: LING M116
C159
165
240A
241A
265B
TPC-CLTR&SCTY-JAPAN
JAPANESE BUDDH TEXT
SEM-SEL JAPNESE LIT
JAPANESE CLASSICS
JAPNS BUDDHIST TXTS
N
Y
N
N
N
261-421-201
261-421-202
261-654-200
261-670-200
661-240-200
661-246-200
661-391-200
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
78 / ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC SCIENCES
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
Winter 2016
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
Korean
REQUIRED: SEE http://www.alc.ucla.edu FOR MANDATORY ENROLLMENT RULES, INCLUDING PLACEMENT TESTS, FOR ALL KOREAN COURSES. ENROLLMENT RESTRICTIONS: Limited
spaces are reserved in language courses for students taking the placement examination; students must contact the department to be enrolled. Upper division content courses are limited to departmental
majors/minors during the priority and first enrollment passes. All other students may enroll after second pass begins.
2
ELEM MODERN KOREAN Y
2A
ELEM KORN-KORN SPKRY
5
INTRMED MDRN KOREANY
50
HIST KOREAN CIV
100B
101B
103B
104A
C105B
107SL
CM120
ADV MODERN KOREAN Y
ADV RDNG-MOD KOREANY
READNGS-SINO-KOREANY
ADV KOREAN WRITING Y
KOREAN ACADMC TEXTSY
PROF&ACAD KOREAN-SLY
STRUCTURE OF KOREAN N
N
----------267-006-201
267-006-202
267-006-203
----------267-006-221
267-006-222
----------267-008-201
267-008-202
----------267-008-221
267-015-200
267-015-202
----------267-150-201
267-150-202
267-150-203
267-150-204
267-150-205
267-150-206
267-150-207
267-301-200
267-307-200
267-319-200
267-324-200
267-331-200
267-347-200
-----------
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
2
2A
2B
1
1A
1B
2
2A
1
2
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TR
MW
MW
TBA
TBA
TBA
MW
TR
TBA
TBA
TR
MW
TR
TR
TR
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
TR
TR
MW
TR
MW
TR
TR
9:30- 10:45A BROAD
2100A
8:00- 8:50A ROYCE
152
9:00- 9:50A HUMANTS A65
1:00- 1:50P PUB AFF
9:30- 10:45A ROYCE
2238
156
12:30- 1:45P
9:00- 9:50A
9:30- 10:45A
9:30- 10:45A
3:30- 4:45P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
11:00- 12:15P
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
9:30- 10:45A
2:00- 3:15P
ROLFE
DODD
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
FOWLER
MOORE
ROYCE
ROLFE
ROYCE
ROLFE
ROYCE
ROYCE
BUNCHE
ROYCE
HUMANTS
PUB AFF
ROYCE
MOORE
PUB AFF
3121
170
1234
1234
A103B
1003
160
3105
160
3116
148
148
3123
162
A32
2319
160
1003
1234
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
SEM
1A
1B
1C
1
1
1A
1B
1
1A
1B
1
F
F
F
TR
TR
F
F
TR
F
F
TR
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
2:00- 3:15P
11:00- 12:15P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:30- 1:45P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
2:00- 3:15P
ROLFE
ROYCE
ROLFE
PUB AFF
HAINES
PUB AFF
ROLFE
HAINES
ROLFE
MS
PUB AFF
3121
162
3135
2238
A44
2214
3105
A44
3105
5203
2238
MITSUNAGA, J.E.
MITSUNAGA, J.E.
CHOI, J.B.
CHOI, J.B.
JEON, S.
JEON, S.
LEE, N.
CHOI, J.B.
MITSUNAGA, J.E.
YOON, J.E.
JEON, S.
YOON, J.E.
SOHN, S.S.
SOHN, S.S.
75
25
25
25
50
25
25
50
25
25
25
25
25
25
175
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
20
75
12
20
12
14
12
12
16
13
14
04
13
05
30
15
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
SAME AS: LING M177
172
180B
TOPCS-KOR CHRISTIAN N
HISTORY-KOREA
N
183
KOREAN FOLKLORE
272
KOREAN CHRISTIANITY N
N
267-420-201
267-420-202
267-420-203
267-743-200
----------267-781-201
267-781-202
----------267-798-201
267-798-202
667-432-200
OAK, S.
25
25
25
40
50
25
25
50
25
25
10
SCHOPEN, G.R.
OAK, S.
DUNCAN, J.
0.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
4.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
15
30
LG
SO
30
SO
15
SO
50
20
LG 4.0
WATKINS, S.J.
25
25
0
30
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
DUTTON, G.E.
DUTTON, G.E.
40
10
30
30
SO 5.0
SO 4.0
25
25
25
30
30
30
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
SO 4.0
30
SO 5.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
SO 5.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
TANGHERLINI, T.R.
South Asian
Modern South Asian language courses are listed under the Hindi-Urdu subject area.
CM160
BUDDHISM IN INDIA
N
-----------
LEC
1
TBA
1A
1B
1
F
F
MW
SAME AS: RELIGN M161D
M222B
VEDIC
N
265-660-201 DIS
265-660-202 DIS
665-133-200 LEC
9:00- 9:50A ROLFE
10:00- 10:50A PUB AFF
3:45- 5:00P DODD
3134
1323
232
SAME AS: I E STD M222B,IRANIAN M222B
Southeast Asian
Southeast Asian language courses are listed under their own subject areas as follows: Filipino, Indonesian, Thai, and Vietnamese.
70
135
MODERN SE ASIAN LIT
RELIGN&SOC-SE ASIA
N
N
271-209-200 LEC
271-510-200 LEC
1
1
TR
TBA
11:00- 12:15P ROYCE
160
Thai
REQUIRED: SEE http://www.alc.ucla.edu FOR MANDATORY ENROLLMENT RULES, INCLUDING PLACEMENT TESTS, FOR ALL LANGUAGE COURSES.
2
5
100B
INTRODUCTORY THAI
INTERMEDIATE THAI
ADVANCED THAI
Y
Y
Y
380-006-200 LEC
380-015-200 LEC
380-301-200 LEC
1
1
1
MW
MW
MW
12:00- 1:50P BUNCHE
2:00- 3:50P HAINES
9:30- 10:45A PUB AFF
1221A
A24
2325
GASIGITAMRONG, J.
GASIGITAMRONG, J.
GASIGITAMRONG, J.
Vietnamese
REQUIRED: SEE http://www.alc.ucla.edu FOR MANDATORY ENROLLMENT RULES, INCLUDING PLACEMENT TESTS, FOR ALL LANGUAGE COURSES.
2
INTRO VIETNAMESE
Y
2A
INTRO VIET-HERITAGE
Y
5
INTERMDT VIETNAMESE Y
40
100B
WAR-VIET POP CULTUR N
ADVANCED VIETNAMESE Y
----------379-006-201
----------379-007-201
379-007-202
----------379-007-211
----------379-015-201
379-120-200
379-301-200
379-301-202
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
1A
1
1A
1B
2
2A
1
1A
1
1
2
TR
F
TR
F
F
TR
F
TR
F
TR
TR
TR
2:00- 3:15P
2:00- 3:50P
12:30- 1:45P
12:00- 1:50P
10:00- 11:50A
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:15P
1:00- 2:50P
2:00- 3:15P
11:00- 12:15P
11:00- 12:15P
PUB AFF
HAINES
HUMANTS
PUB AFF
ROLFE
HUMANTS
HAINES
HAINES
ROLFE
ROYCE
PAB
PAB
1278
A82
A65
1264
3108
A65
A74
A24
3105
162
1749
1749
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
MW
T
T
R
W
R
R
VAR
12:30- 1:45P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
FOWLER
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
A103B
7124A
7124A
7124A
7124A
7124A
7124A
NGUYEN, T.B.
NGUYEN, T.B.
NGUYEN, T.B.
NGUYEN, T.B.
BUI, C.V.
NGUYEN-VO, T.
BUI, C.V.
BUI, C.V.
25
25
50
25
25
25
25
25
25
40
18
18
30
30
30
30
30
30
ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC SCIENCES
1
CLIMATE CHANGE
N
1L
CLIMATE CHANGE LAB
Y
----------126-004-201
126-004-202
126-004-203
126-004-204
126-004-205
126-004-206
126-007-200
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LAB
HALL, A.D.
HALL, A.D.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
180
25
25
25
25
25
25
100
05
30
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 1.0
Winter 2016
BIOENGINEERING / 79
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
2
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
AIR POLLUTION
N
2L
3
AIR POLLUTION LAB
Y
INTR-ATMOS ENVIRMNT N
3L
INTR-ATMOS ENVR LAB Y
----------126-010-201
126-010-202
126-010-203
126-010-204
126-010-205
126-010-206
126-013-200
----------126-015-201
126-015-202
126-015-203
126-014-200
CLS
TYP
SEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LAB
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
LAB
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1
1A
1B
1C
1
FEE
DAYS
VAR
W
W
F
F
F
T
VAR
TR
T
W
R
VAR
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
ONLINE
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
7124A
7124A
7124A
7124A
7124A
7124A
11:00- 12:15P
1:00- 1:50P
10:00- 10:50A
1:00- 1:50P
MS
MS
MS
MS
5200
7124B
7124B
7124B
INSTRUCTOR
LEW, J.K.
LEW, J.K.
MITCHELL, J.L.
MITCHELL, J.L.
ENRL
CAP
180
30
30
30
30
30
30
100
90
30
30
30
90
XC
30
30
13
30
CR
TP
UNITS
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 1.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 1.0
Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences 103 incorporates a cruise that depends on availability of the boat and other equipment. Availability is expected but cannot be guaranteed. In the event the cruise
has to be cancelled, alternate exercises and/or activities will be scheduled.
103
PHYSCAL OCEANOGRPHYY
104
AIR&WATER POLLUTION Y
M106
APPLIED CLIMATOLOGY N
----------126-309-201
126-309-202
126-309-203
126-309-204
----------126-312-201
126-312-202
126-312-203
126-312-204
126-330-200
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1
1A
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11:00- 11:50A
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4:00- 4:50P
12:00- 12:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:30- 2:45P
1
1
MW
TWRF
1
1A
1
1A
1
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
BUNCHE
5200
7124B
7124B
7124B
7124B
5200
7124A
7124B
7124B
7124B
A163
STEWART, A.L.
14
XUE, Y.
116
29
29
29
29
112
28
28
28
28
0
30
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
10:00- 12:45P MS
7101
2:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY B707
LANGENBRUNNER, B.
AURNOU, J.M.
15
10
03
30
SO 6.0
LG 4.0
MW
M
TR
F
TBA
1:00- 2:15P
2:30- 3:20P
12:30- 1:45P
11:00- 11:50A
7124A
7124A
7121
7121
LI, Q.
LI, Q.
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
LEW, J.K.
25
25
5
5
1
06
30
LG 4.0
0.0
LG 4.0
0.0
LG 2.0
TR
MW
11:00- 12:15P MS
1:00- 2:15P MS
7121
7121
MCWILLIAMS, J.C.
MCWILLIAMS, J.C.
15
15
30
06
LG 4.0
SO 4.0
LEW, J.K.
15
SAME AS: GEOG M106
C110
M120
DYNMC&SYNPTC MTRLGYY
INTRO-FLUID DYNAMCS Y
126-360-200 LAB
126-420-200 LEC
SAME AS: EPS SCI M140
145
RADIATN&CLDS&AEROSLY
C170
SOLAR SYSTM PLASMAS Y
186
OPRATNL METEOROLOGYY
201A
202
GEOPHY FLUID DYN I
N
INTRO-OCEAN SCIENCE N
203B
ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS N
C205A
SOLAR SYSTM PLASMAS N
----------126-570-201
----------126-720-201
126-816-200
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
LAB
MS
MS
MS
MS
14
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
526-011-200 LEC
526-012-200 LEC
1
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
526-021-200 LEC
1
MW
9:30- 10:45A MS
7121
LIOU, K.
15
02
SO 4.0
TR
12:30- 1:45P
MS
7121
THE STAFF
15
14
SO 4.0
F
MW
TR
W
11:00- 11:50A
10:00- 12:45P
9:30- 10:45A
3:30- 4:50P
MS
MS
MS
MS
7121
7101
7121
7124
THE STAFF
LANGENBRUNNER, B.
LI, Q.
MCWILLIAMS, J.C.
15
15
15
90
03
30
30
0.0
SO 6.0
SO 4.0
SO 2.0
30
30
SO 2.0
15
30
SO 2.0
ANGELOPOULOS, V.
10
30
SU 2.0
FOVELL, R.G.
10
30
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
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LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
C227
230A
270
DYNMC&SYNPTC MTRLGYN
ATMOSPHERIC CHEM I N
SEM-ATMOSPHERIC SCI N
271
SEM-ATMO DYNAMICS
526-024-201
526-147-200
526-165-200
526-389-200
DIS
LAB
LEC
SEM
1A
1
1
1
RESTRICT: ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC SCIENCE MAJORS,ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
526-395-200 SEM 1
R
3:30- 4:20P
MS
7124
MECHOSO, C.R.
RESTRICT: ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC SCIENCE MAJORS,ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES GRADUATE STUDENTS
274
SEM-ATMOSPHERC CHEMN
526-410-200 SEM 1
M
12:00- 12:50P MS
7124A
LI, Q.
RESTRICT: ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC SCIENCE MAJORS,ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES GRADUATE STUDENTS
M275B
SEM-SPACE PHYSICS
N
526-416-200 SEM 1
F
3:30- 4:50P
GEOLOGY 6704
SAME AS: EPS SCI M288B
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
276
MESOSCALE PROCESSESN
526-420-200 SEM 1
TBA
RESTRICT: ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC SCIENCE MAJORS,ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES GRADUATE STUDENTS
BIOENGINEERING
Students who enroll in upper division HSSEAS courses without completing the requisites are subject to disenrollment after the second class meeting. If necessary, consult an HSSEAS counselor in
6426 Boelter Hall.
19
FIAT LUX FRSHMN SEM
N
250-057-200 SEM 1
W
3:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 5280
WINET, H.
20
30
PN 1.0
KAMEI, D.T.
90
13
LG 4.0
GRUNDFEST, W.
30
30
30
15
03
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
SCHMIDT, J.J.
15
90
05
0.0
LG 4.0
5422
5422
5273
5272
WONG, G.C.
30
30
30
10
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
BOELTER 5272
BOELTER 2444
WONG, G.C.
GUPTA, V.
10
0
14
0.0
LG 4.0
BOELTER 2444
BOELTER 5419
GRUNDFEST, W.
0
10
09
0.0
LG 4.0
BOELTER 2760
DI CARLO, D.
45
16
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY
Bioengineering 19, seminar 1: Truth and Science in Orthopaedics
100
BIOENGR FUNDAMENTALY
-----------
LEC
1
TR
10:00- 11:50A KNSY PV
1200B
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
CM103
PHYSIO SYSTEMS II
N
250-300-201
250-300-202
250-300-203
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DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
T
T
W
MW
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
10:00- 11:50A
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
5273
5273
5273
5422
SAME AS: PHYSCI CM103
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
120
BIOMED TRANSDUCERS Y
250-318-201 LAB
----------LEC
1A
1
F
MW
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5264
12:00- 1:50P KNSY PV 1200B
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
C139A
BIOMOLEC MAT SCI 1
N
250-420-201
250-420-202
250-420-203
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DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
M
W
F
TR
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 11:50A
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
CM140
INTRO-BIOMECHANICS
Y
250-534-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
R
TR
1:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
C171
BIOLOGIC SPECTRSCPY Y
250-540-201 DIS
250-726-200 LEC
1A
1
F
MW
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
177B
CAPSTONE DESIGN II
Y
-----------
LEC
1
$ 50
TR
4:00- 5:50P
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
250-763-201
250-763-202
250-763-203
250-763-204
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
1A
1B
1C
1D
MW
TR
TR
MW
1:00- 3:50P
9:00- 11:50A
12:00- 2:50P
1:00- 3:50P
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
7731
7732
7718
7738
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
12
11
11
11
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
80 / BIOINFORMATICS
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
180
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
SIBEM I
Y
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CLS
TYP
SEC
LEC
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
MW
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5249
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
WU, B.M.
75
03
LG 4.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
C185
INTRO-TISSUE ENGR
Y
250-780-201
250-780-202
250-780-203
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
F
F
F
MW
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
5419
5419
5419
5419
KASKO, A.M.
25
25
25
15
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
F
MW
1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5419
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5422
GRUNDFEST, W.
15
20
03
0.0
LG 4.0
F
MW
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5264
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5420
ALWAN, A.A.
20
0
03
0.0
LG 4.0
TR
4:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 5252
OZCAN, A.
0
30
LG 4.0
MW
1:00- 2:50P
PVUB
THE STAFF
15
30
LG 4.0
ARNOLD, C.W.
15
30
LG 4.0
TAIRA, R.K.
15
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
CM203
PHYSIO SYSTEMS II
N
250-810-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
SAME AS: PHYSCI CM203
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M214A
DIGITL SPEECH PRCSS
N
650-018-201 LAB
650-084-200 LEC
1A
1
SAME AS: EL ENGR M214A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M217
BIOMEDICAL IMAGING
N
650-102-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: EL ENGR M217
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M219
MAGNTC RESONNC IMAGN
650-114-200 LEC
1
1420
SAME AS: PBMED M219
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Bioengineering 223B meets at the Bank of America Building, 924 Westwood Boulevard, Suite 420.
223B
PROGRAMMING LAB II
N
650-139-200 LEC
1
TR
1:00- 2:50P
BOELTER 4413
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Bioengineering 224A meets at the Bank of America Building, 924 Westwood Boulevard, Suite 420.
224A
PHYS&INFRMTC-IMAGNGN
650-144-200 LEC
1
TR
10:00- 11:50A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Bioengineering M228 meets at the Bank of America Building, 924 Westwood Boulevard, Suite 420.
M228
MED DECISION MAKING N
650-168-200 LEC
1
TR
8:00- 9:50A
BOELTER 4413
SAYRE, J.
15
30
LG 4.0
W
4:10- 7:00P
GOLD
MCCANEY, J.T.
0
30
LG 4.0
M
TR
4:00- 5:50P
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5272
WONG, G.C.
0
15
30
0.0
LG 4.0
R
TR
1:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 5272
BOELTER 2444
WONG, G.C.
GUPTA, V.
15
0
14
0.0
LG 4.0
F
RF
2:00- 3:50P
3:00- 4:50P
BOELTER 2444
HLTHSCI BL420
HADJIOANNOU, A.
0
0
30
0.0
LG 4.0
MW
12:00- 1:50P
LAKRETZ 120
THE STAFF
0
05
LG 4.0
5
30
LG 4.0
5
20
09
0.0
LG 4.0
SAME AS: INF STD M255
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M233A
MEDTECH INNOVATION
N
-----------
LEC
1
B117
SAME AS: MGMT M271A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
C239A
BIOMOLEC MAT SCI 1
N
CM240
INTRO-BIOMECHANICS
N
650-200-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
650-234-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M248
BIOLOGICAL IMAGING
N
M250B
MEMS FABRICATION
N
650-240-201 DIS
650-288-200 LEC
1A
1
SAME AS: M PHARM M248,PBMED M248
650-301-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: EL ENGR M250B,MECH&AE M280B
M263
NEUROANATOMY
N
-----------
LEC
1
MWF
9:45- 10:50A HLTHSCI
23105A BASSO, M.A.
M
MW
11:00- 12:50P HLTHSCI 63127
4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5419
GRUNDFEST, W.
MW
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 5419
KASKO, A.M.
20
30
LG 4.0
F
VAR
1:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 5419
KASKO, A.M.
20
10
30
0.0
SU 2.0
VAR
WU, B.M.
10
30
SU 2.0
VAR
GRUNDFEST, W.
10
30
SU 2.0
VAR
SCHMIDT, J.J.
10
30
SU 2.0
VAR
KAMEI, D.T.
10
30
SU 2.0
VAR
DEMING, T.J.
10
30
SU 2.0
VAR
DI CARLO, D.
10
30
SU 2.0
VAR
LIU, W.
10
30
SU 2.0
VAR
SEIDLITS, S.K.
10
30
SU 2.0
TAWIL, N.J.
35
30
LG 4.0
SAME AS: NEURO M203
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
C271
BIOLOGIC SPECTRSCPY N
C285
INTRO-TISSUE ENGR
650-378-201 LAB
650-426-200 LEC
1A
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
-----------
LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
295A
BIOMATERIAL RSRCH
N
295B
BIOMTRL&TISSUE ENGR N
650-510-201 DIS 1A
650-570-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
650-571-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
295C
MIN INVASIVE&LASER
295D
HYBRID DEVICE RSRCH N
N
650-572-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
650-573-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
295E
MOLECR CELL BIOENGR N
295F
BIOPOLMR MTRLS&CHEMN
650-574-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
650-575-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
295G
BIONANOTECH RSRCH
N
650-566-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
295H
BIOMIMETIC RESEARCH N
295J
NEURAL TISSUE ENGR
650-567-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
650-568-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
298
SPECIAL STUDIES
N
650-588-201 LEC
1
M
6:00- 7:50P
BOELTER 5272
R
12:00- 12:50P ENGR V
2101
SEIDLITS, S.K.
60
30
SU 2.0
M
4:00- 5:50P
159
XING, Y.
21
30
SO 2.0
F
3:00- 3:50P
XING, Y.
21
TR
11:00- 12:15P BOTANY
COLICELLI, J.J.
10
13
LG 5.0
PAYNE, G.S.
5
5
10
30
0.0
0.0
PN 2.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Bioengineering 298, lecture 1:
299
BIOENGINEERING TPCS N
650-594-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
BIOINFORMATICS
M252
ADV MTHD-COMPUT BIO N
-----------
SEM 1
BOYER
SAME AS: CHEM M252,HUM GEN M252
RESTRICT: BIOINFORMATICS MAJORS
782-312-201 DIS
1A
0.0
RESTRICT: BIOINFORMATICS MAJORS
BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
M140
CELL BIO-CELL CYCLE
N
-----------
LEC
1
325
SAME AS: MCD BIO M140
194
RESEARCH GROUP SEM N
129-540-201 DIS 1A
129-540-202 DIS 1B
129-864-201 SEM 1
R
9:00- 9:50A
R
2:00- 2:50P
UNSCHED
LAKRETZ 100
LAKRETZ 101
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
BIOMATHEMATICS / 81
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
201A
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
BIOLOGICL CHEMISTRY N
CLS
TYP
529-006-200 LEC
SEC
FEE
1
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
UNSCHED
HOWARD, B.D.
0
30
5.0
UNSCHED
EDWARDS, P.A.
20
30
SU 2.0-8.0
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
CR
TP
UNITS
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
220B
RSRCH LAB ROTATIONS N
529-098-200 LAB
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M229S
TPCS-BIOINFORMATICS N
251B
TRNSCRPTNL REGULATNN
529-174-200 SEM 1
TR
2:00- 3:50P
ROYCE
156
ERNST, J.
12
30
LG 4.0
F
1:00- 1:50P
BIO SCI
383
KURDISTANI, S.K.
20
30
SU 2.0
F
3:30- 5:20P
BOYER
159
DE ROBERTIS, E.M.
20
30
SU 2.0
MW
12:00- 1:50P
LS
5236
CHOU, T.
16
30
SO 4.0
TR
1:00- 2:50P
LS
5236
LANGE, K.L.
15
30
SO 4.0
MW
1:00- 1:50P
PUB HLT
41235
SINSHEIMER, J.S.
3
30
SO 4.0
MW
W
2:00- 2:50P
3:30- 5:20P
PUB HLT
LS
A1241
5236
SINSHEIMER, J.S.
LANDAW, E.M.
3
14
30
0.0
SO 4.0
TR
1:00- 2:50P
HLTHSCI
BL420
HUANG, H.
0
30
SO 4.0
11:00- 12:30P HLTHSCI
17187
ELASHOFF, R.M.
15
30
SO 2.0
17187
DIPPLE, K.M.
12
30
SO 2.0
SAME AS: COM SCI M229S,HUM GEN M229S
529-304-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
266B
SEM-CELL,STEM CELL
N
529-404-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
BIOMATHEMATICS
201
DETERMINSTC MOD-BIO N
533-012-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M203
STOCHASTIC MOD-BIOL N
533-024-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: HUM GEN M203
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M207B
APPLD GENETIC MDLNG N
-----------
LEC
1
SAME AS: BIOSTAT M237,HUM GEN M207B
220
KINTC STDY STT MDLS
N
533-057-201 LAB
533-121-200 LEC
1A
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M230
COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHYN
533-180-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: PBMED M230
RESTRICT: BIOMATHEMATICS AND CLINICAL RESEARCH MAJORS
259
CONTROV CLIN TRIALS
M262
COMMUNICATN-SCIENCEN
N
533-338-200 LEC
1
F
RESTRICT: BIOMATHEMATICS AND CLINICAL RESEARCH MAJORS
533-352-200 LEC
1
W
10:00- 11:20A HLTHSCI
SAME AS: PSYCTRY M230
RESTRICT: CLINICAL RESEARCH MAJORS
265A
DATA ANLY STRATEG I
266A
REGRSN ANLY MED SCI N
N
533-384-200 LEC
1
MW
MDCC
12407
GORNBEIN, J.A.
20
30
LG 4.0
11:30- 12:50P MDCC
1:30- 2:50P
12407
ELASHOFF, D.
20
30
LG 4.0
ELASHOFF, R.M.
10
30
SO 2.0-6.0
DIPPLE, K.M.
10
30
SO 2.0-6.0
LI, N.
10
30
SO 2.0-6.0
ELASHOFF, D.
10
30
SO 2.0-6.0
ROMERO, R.
TURLO, K.A.
90
30
30
30
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: BIOMATHEMATICS AND CLINICAL RESEARCH MAJORS
533-397-200 LEC
1
MW
RESTRICT: BIOMATHEMATICS AND CLINICAL RESEARCH MAJORS
299
TOPCS-CLIN RESEARCH N
533-594-201 SEM 1
UNSCHED
RESTRICT: BIOMATHEMATICS AND CLINICAL RESEARCH MAJORS
533-594-202 SEM 2
UNSCHED
RESTRICT: BIOMATHEMATICS AND CLINICAL RESEARCH MAJORS
533-594-203 SEM 3
UNSCHED
RESTRICT: BIOMATHEMATICS AND CLINICAL RESEARCH MAJORS
533-594-204 SEM 4
UNSCHED
RESTRICT: BIOMATHEMATICS AND CLINICAL RESEARCH MAJORS
BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH
5HA
5HB
BIOMED RES CONCEPTS N
BIOMED RES SKILLS
Y
027-016-200 LEC
----------LEC
1
1
TR
TR
2:00- 3:15P HAINES
118
11:00- 12:15P LAKRETZ 120
M
11:00- 11:50A LAKRETZ 120
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
027-017-201 DIS
1A
30
0.0
For Biomedical Research 10H, students must first fill out the online application at http://www.lscore.ucla.edu/research/application.html. The instructor will notify students when they have been approved for enrollment.
10H
RESEARCH-GENETICS
N
Y -----------
LEC
1
M
2:00- 3:20P
TR
TR
VAR
W
9:00- 11:50A LS
1:00- 3:50P LS
LAKRETZ 120
M
10:00- 12:50P LAKRETZ 101
EVANS, C.J.
30
30
LG 6.0
ROMERO, R.
ROMERO, R.
15
15
0
20
30
30
0.0
0.0
LG 1.0
LG 2.0
EVANS, C.J.
20
30
LG 2.0
15
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
188SB
193H
INDIV STD FOR USIE
Y
JRNL CLB-BIOMED RSC N
194H
RSCH GRP-BIOMED RSC Y
Y 027-032-201 LAB
Y 027-032-202 LAB
027-829-201 TUT
027-863-200 SEM
1A
1B
1
1
1:00- 3:50P
2365
2365
LAKRETZ 101
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
027-869-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
BIOSTATISTICS
100A
INTRO-BIOSTATISTICS
N
-----------
LEC
1
TR
1:00- 2:50P
HLTHSCI
33105A NANDY, K.
47
F
3:00- 4:20P
HLTHSCI
33105A NANDY, K.
47
0.0
W
1:00- 1:50P
PUB HLT
A1241
23
0.0
F
10:00- 10:50A PUB HLT
A1241
22
0.0
F
5:00- 5:50P
PUB HLT
A1241
4
0.0
MWF
1:00- 2:50P
HLTHSCI
RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS
135-300-201 DIS
1A
RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS
135-300-211 LAB
G1
RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS
135-300-212 LAB
G2
RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS
135-300-213 LAB
G3
RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS
100B
INTRO-BIOSTATISTICS
N
-----------
LEC
1
33105A BROOKMEYER, R.S.
107
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
A1241
A1241
A1241
A1241
A1241
A1241
A1241
11:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
41235
16
16
15
15
15
15
15
0
22
06
SO 4.0
30
04
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: ANY PUBLIC HEALTH MAJOR OR COMMUNITY HEALTH MAJOR
110B
BASIC BIOSTATISTICS
N
135-301-201
135-301-202
135-301-203
135-301-204
135-301-205
135-301-206
135-301-207
135-301-222
-----------
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
2
1
T
T
W
R
R
T
W
TBA
MWF
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
10:00- 10:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
LEE, M.L.
CUMBERLAND, W.G.
RESTRICT: ANY PUBLIC HEALTH MAJOR OR COMMUNITY HEALTH MAJOR
135-361-201 DIS
1A
F
12:00- 12:50P PUB HLT
41235
23
0.0
RESTRICT: ANY PUBLIC HEALTH MAJOR OR COMMUNITY HEALTH MAJOR
200C
BIOSTATISTICS
N
201B
APPLIED REGRESSION
N
--------------------535-003-202
--------------------535-005-201
LAB
LEC
DIS
LAB
LEC
DIS
G2
1
1A
G1
1
1A
R
MWF
F
F
MWF
F
11:00- 11:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
HLTHSCI
HLTHSCI
A1241
71257
71257
A1241
43105A
43105A
WONG, W.K.
HE, R.
HE, R.
SUGAR, C.A.
SUGAR, C.A.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
23
20
20
20
69
69
30
02
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
0.0
82 / CHEMICAL AND BIOMOLECULAR ENGINEERING
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
202B
M208
TOPICS IN ESTIMATN
N
INTRO-DEMOG METHODSN
M209
STAT MODELNG-EPIDEM N
535-005-211
535-005-212
535-005-213
535-022-201
535-050-200
CLS
TYP
SEC
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
LEC
M1
M2
M3
1
1
FEE
Winter 2016
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
R
F
R
MW
R
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 2:50P
3:00- 5:50P
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
HLTHSCI
DODD
A1241
A1241
A1241
43105A SENTURK, D.
178
HEUVELINE, P.C.
PUB HLT
71257
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
23
23
23
30
3
06
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
5
30
SO 4.0
UNITS
SAME AS: COM HLT M208,ECON M208,SOCIOL M213A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
535-054-201 LEC
1
R
2:00- 4:50P
ARAH, O.A.
SAME AS: EPIDEM M212
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M211
STATS-EPIDEMIOLOGY
212
DISTRBTN FREE MTHDS N
N
231
SAMPLE SIZE METHODS N
535-066-201 LEC
1
R
9:00- 11:50A LS
2226
ARAH, O.A.
5
30
SO 4.0
MW
10:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
41268
KITCHEN, C.M.
25
30
SO 4.0
TR
8:30- 9:50A
61235
CRESPI-CHUN, C.
20
30
SO 4.0
SAME AS: EPIDEM M211,STATS M250
535-072-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: BIOSTATISTICS MAJORS
535-187-201 LEC
1
PUB HLT
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M237
APPLD GENETIC MDLNG N
-----------
LEC
1
MW
1:00- 1:50P
PUB HLT
41235
SINSHEIMER, J.S.
13
30
SO 4.0
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 4:50P
PUB HLT
HLTHSCI
A1241 SINSHEIMER, J.S.
43105A KIM, G.H.
13
40
30
0.0
SU 2.0
SAME AS: BIOMATH M207B,HUM GEN M207B
245
ADV SEM-BIOSTATISTC
N
250B
LINR STATSTCL MDLS
N
535-221-201 LAB 1A
535-270-200 SEM 1
MW
MWF
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
-----------
LEC
1
TR
9:00- 10:30A PUB HLT
51279
HORVATH, S.
20
30
LG 4.0
R
MW
11:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
10:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
61262
51279
HORVATH, S.
DABROWSKA, D.M.
20
10
30
0.0
SO 4.0
MW
1:00- 2:50P
PUB HLT
51279
DABROWSKA, D.M.
10
30
SO 4.0
TR
2:00- 3:50P
PUB HLT
51279
BANERJEE, S.
20
30
SO 4.0
T
3:00- 4:50P
PUB HLT
71257
WEISS, R.E.
10
15
SU 2.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
256
ADV MTHD-MATH STATS N
275
ADV SURVIVL ANALYSS
285
ADV TPC-RCNT DVLPMT N
288
SEM-STATS IN AIDS
535-301-201 DIS
535-336-201 LEC
1A
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
535-450-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: BIOSTATISTICS MAJORS
535-510-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
535-528-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: BIOSTATISTICS AND PUBLIC HEALTH MAJORS
402A
PRIN-BIOSTT CNSLTNG
402B
BIOSTATSTCL CNSLTNG N
N
535-604-200 LEC
1
T
3:00- 4:50P
HLTHSCI
33105A GJERTSON, D.W.
32
30
SO 2.0
3:00- 4:50P
PUB HLT
61235
ELASHOFF, D.
7
30
SU 4.0
MTWRF 1:00- 2:50P
PUB HLT
A1279
ELASHOFF, D.
7
TR
3:00- 5:50P
PUB HLT
A1241
SMITH, L.V.
0
30
LG 4.0
W
2:00- 2:50P
PUB HLT
41268
GJERTSON, D.W.
15
30
SU 2.0
RESTRICT: BIOSTATISTICS AND PUBLIC HEALTH MAJORS
-----------
DIS
1
M
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
535-605-201 LAB
1A
0.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M403B
CMPT MGMT-HLTH DATA N
535-611-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: EPIDEM M403
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
409
DOCTRL STAT CNSLTNG N
535-619-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: BIOSTATISTICS AND PUBLIC HEALTH MAJORS
CHEMICAL AND BIOMOLECULAR ENGINEERING
Chemical Engineering
Students who enroll in upper division HSSEAS courses without completing the requisites are subject to disenrollment after the second class meeting. If necessary, consult an HSSEAS counselor in
6426 Boelter Hall.
101B
TRANSPORT PHENOM II N
-----------
LEC
1
TR
4:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 5249
HICKS, R.F.
80
MANOUSIOUTHAKIS, V
26
27
27
80
16
LG 4.0
15
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
03
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: UG ENGR MAJORS, BIOCHEM MAJORS, ENVIRON ENGR MINORS
102A
THERMODYNAMICS I
369-307-201
369-307-202
369-307-203
-----------
N
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
F
F
F
TR
8:00- 8:50A
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
FRANZ
5419
5272
5420
1260
RESTRICT: ALL UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MINORS
104A
369-313-201
369-313-202
369-313-203
CHM&BIOCHM ENGR LABN Y -----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
F
F
F
MW
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
10:00- 10:50A
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
5264
5252
5272
4413
11:00- 1:50P
8:00- 9:50A
2:00- 5:50P
10:00- 11:50A
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
6541
4413
6541
5514
2:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 6541
12:00- 1:50P
HAINES
118
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
5273
5420
5280
3400
GRASEL, T.G.
26
27
27
12
RESTRICT: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADS
104B
CHEM&BIOMOLEC LAB 2 N
104D
MOLECULAR BIOTECH
N
104DL
MOLEC BIOTECH LAB
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
369-322-201
----------369-325-201
369-328-200
LAB
LEC
LAB
LEC
1A
1
1A
1
MW
MW
MW
MW
CHEN, Y.Y.
12
8
8
8
30
0.0
LG 6.0
0.0
LG 2.0
CHEN, Y.Y.
8
30
LG 4.0
CHRISTOFIDES, P.D.
95
05
LG 4.0
GEREK INCE, Z.N.
31
32
32
80
16
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
LU, Y.
40
40
40
03
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
THE STAFF
40
5
30
0.0
LG 4.0
THE STAFF
01
RESTRICT: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADS
Y 369-329-201 LAB
1
TR
RESTRICT: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADS
107
PRCS DYNAMICS&CNTRLN
-----------
LEC
1
MW
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
108A
PROCESS ECON&ANLY
N
369-342-201
369-342-202
369-342-203
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
F
F
F
TR
9:00- 9:50A
12:00- 12:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 5:50P
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
C112
POLYMER PROCESSES
N
369-348-201 DIS
369-348-202 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1B
1
F
F
MW
2:00- 2:50P BOELTER 4404
3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 4404
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 9436
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
194
RESEARCH GROUP SEM N
210
C212
ADV CHEM REACT ENGR N
POLYMER PROCESSES N
220
ADV MASS TRANSFER
N
290
SPECIAL TOPICS
N
369-372-201 DIS 1A
369-864-201 SEM 1
F
VAR
12:00- 12:50P HUMANTS A65
RESTRICT: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADS
769-060-200 LEC
----------LEC
1
1
TR
MW
8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5436
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 9436
SIMONETTI, D.A.
LU, Y.
25
5
11
03
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
F
MW
12:00- 12:50P HUMANTS A65
2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5272
COHEN, Y.
5
25
07
0.0
LG 4.0
TR
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5419
THE STAFF
25
30
LG 2.0-4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
769-072-201 DIS
769-120-200 LEC
1A
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
769-540-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Chemical Engineering 290, seminar 1:
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY / 83
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
298A
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
298B
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
CLS
TYP
SEC
769-570-200 SEM 1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
F
9:00- 9:50A
MS
5203
CHRISTOFIDES, P.D.
15
30
SU 2.0-4.0
F
8:00- 8:50A
BOELTER 4283
DAVIS, J.
15
30
SU 2.0-4.0
F
12:00- 1:50P
MS
COHEN, Y.
15
30
SU 2.0-4.0
F
8:00- 9:50A
BOELTER 5514
SIMONETTI, D.A.
8
30
SU 2.0-4.0
R
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 5252
SEGURA, T.
15
30
SU 2.0-4.0
F
1:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 4413
MONBOUQUETTE, H.G.
15
30
SU 2.0-4.0
F
3:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 4413
HICKS, R.F.
15
30
SU 2.0-4.0
F
2:00- 2:50P
BOELTER 5419
LIAO, J.C.
25
30
SU 2.0-4.0
F
4:00- 4:50P
BOELTER 5252
MANOUSIOUTHAKIS, V
15
30
SU 2.0-4.0
F
F
2:00- 2:50P
8:00- 9:50A
BOELTER 4413
MS
7608
ROMERO, P.A.
CHANG, J.P.
10
15
30
30
SU 2.0-4.0
SU 2.0-4.0
F
9:00- 10:50A SLICHTR
F
4:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 4283
F
1:00- 1:50P
MS
F
5:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 4413
F
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5249
UNITS
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
769-571-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
298C
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
298D
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
769-572-200 SEM 1
5217
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
769-573-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
298F
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
769-574-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
298G
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
298H
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
298J
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
298M
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
769-575-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
769-576-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
769-577-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
769-578-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
298N
298P
RESEARCH SEMINAR
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
N
298S
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
298T
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
298V
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
298Z
RESEARCH SEMINAR
N
769-579-200 SEM 1
769-581-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
769-582-200 SEM 1
2834
CHEN, Y.Y.
5
30
SU 2.0-4.0
TANG, Y.
15
30
SU 2.0-4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
769-583-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
769-584-200 SEM 1
5203
LU, Y.
15
30
SU 2.0-4.0
SENKAN, S.M.
15
30
SU 2.0-4.0
CHEN, Y.Y.
75
30
SU 2.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
769-585-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
299
DEPARTMENTL SEMINAR N
769-594-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
For Chemistry 14A, PTE numbers are NOT available; do not contact the instructor for a PTE number. Students MUST attend the lecture in which they are enrolled; random ID checking is held throughout the term. There will be one MANDATORY midterm examination from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, February 3, 2016.
14A
EQUILBR&ACIDS&BASES Y
----------142-042-201
142-042-202
142-042-203
142-042-204
142-042-205
142-042-206
142-042-207
142-042-208
142-042-209
----------142-042-221
142-042-222
142-042-223
142-042-224
142-042-225
142-042-226
142-042-227
142-042-228
142-042-229
142-042-230
142-042-231
142-042-232
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
2I
2J
2K
2L
MWF
M
T
T
T
W
W
R
F
F
MWF
T
T
T
W
W
W
R
R
R
F
F
F
1:00- 1:50P
3:00- 3:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 2:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
12:00- 12:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 2:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
WGYOUNG CS24
MS
5148
BOTANY 133
BOELTER 5252
BOELTER 9436
WGYOUNG 4216
WGYOUNG 3069
PUB AFF 2238
WGYOUNG 1044
WGYOUNG 4216
WGYOUNG CS50
WGYOUNG 1044
BOTANY 133
PUB AFF 1329
WGYOUNG 1044
BOELTER 5249
BUNCHE 3150
WGYOUNG 1044
BOELTER 4283
WGYOUNG 3069
BOTANY 133
MS
5128
WGYOUNG 1044
SCERRI, E.R.
SCERRI, E.R.
235
27
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
350
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
30
30
20
20
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Chemistry 14B, PTE numbers are NOT available; do not contact the instructor for a PTE number. Students MUST attend the lecture in which they are enrolled; random ID checking is held throughout the term. There will be one MANDATORY midterm examination from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, February 10, 2016.
14B
THRMDN&ELCTCHM&KNTCY
----------142-043-201
142-043-202
142-043-203
142-043-204
142-043-205
142-043-206
142-043-207
142-043-208
142-043-209
142-043-210
142-043-211
142-043-212
----------142-043-221
142-043-222
142-043-223
142-043-224
142-043-225
142-043-226
142-043-227
142-043-228
142-043-229
142-043-230
142-043-231
142-043-232
----------142-043-241
142-043-242
142-043-243
142-043-244
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
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DIS
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LEC
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1A
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3D
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MWF
T
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MWF
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11:00- 11:50A
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
3:00- 3:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
3:00- 3:50P
8:00- 8:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
3:00- 3:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
3:00- 3:50P
8:00- 8:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
8:00- 8:50A
WGYOUNG CS50
BOELTER 5252
BUNCHE 2160
BOELTER 5252
MS
5203
BOELTER 5272
WGYOUNG 1044
WGYOUNG 4216
BOELTER 5249
WGYOUNG 3069
BOTANY 133
WGYOUNG 1044
BUNCHE 2168
WGYOUNG CS50
BOELTER 4283
BOELTER 4283
WGYOUNG 3069
BOELTER 4283
WGYOUNG 3069
BOELTER 5280
BOELTER 4283
BOELTER 5252
WGYOUNG 3069
WGYOUNG 1044
HAINES
A25
MS
5217
WGYOUNG CS50
GEOLOGY 6704
BOELTER 5422
WGYOUNG 3069
MS
5148
LAVELLE, L.
LAVELLE, L.
LAVELLE, L.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
350
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350
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30
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33
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SO 4.0
0.0
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0.0
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84 / CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
142-043-245
142-043-246
142-043-247
142-043-248
142-043-249
142-043-250
142-043-251
142-043-252
Winter 2016
CLS
TYP
SEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
3E
3F
3G
3H
3I
3J
3K
3L
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
W
W
R
R
F
F
F
F
12:00- 12:50P
2:00- 2:50P
8:00- 8:50A
4:00- 4:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
WGYOUNG 3069
WGYOUNG 1044
BOELTER 5252
WGYOUNG 3069
WGYOUNG 1044
WGYOUNG 4216
MS
5203
HUMANTS A26
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
CR
TP
UNITS
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Chemistry 14BL, all enrolled and wait-listed students MUST ATTEND A MANDATORY safety lecture prior to the beginning of laboratory work and their first laboratory section Monday, January
4, 2016, at 5 p.m. in CS50 Young Hall. Students who do not attend the safety lecture or are more than 15 minutes late to their first laboratory section will have their space reassigned and will have to
drop the course.
14BL
GEN&ORGN CHEM LAB 1 Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
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142-117-202
142-117-203
142-117-204
142-117-205
142-117-206
142-117-207
142-117-208
142-117-209
142-117-210
142-117-211
142-117-212
----------142-117-221
142-117-222
142-117-223
142-117-224
142-117-225
142-117-226
142-117-227
142-117-228
142-117-229
142-117-230
142-117-231
142-117-232
LEC
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
2I
2J
2K
2L
$ 43
$ 43
T
T
T
W
W
W
R
R
R
R
F
F
F
R
T
T
T
T
W
W
W
R
R
F
F
F
9:00- 9:50A
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
8:00- 10:50A
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
8:00- 10:50A
8:00- 10:50A
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
8:00- 10:50A
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
8:00- 8:50A
8:00- 10:50A
8:00- 10:50A
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
8:00- 10:50A
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
8:00- 10:50A
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
WGYOUNG CS50
WGYOUNG 1077
WGYOUNG 1077
WGYOUNG 1077
WGYOUNG 1077
WGYOUNG 1077
WGYOUNG 1077
WGYOUNG 1089
WGYOUNG 1077
WGYOUNG 1077
WGYOUNG 1077
WGYOUNG 1077
WGYOUNG 1077
WGYOUNG CS50
WGYOUNG 1077
WGYOUNG 1089
WGYOUNG 1089
WGYOUNG 1089
WGYOUNG 1089
WGYOUNG 1089
WGYOUNG 1089
WGYOUNG 1089
WGYOUNG 1089
WGYOUNG 1089
WGYOUNG 1089
WGYOUNG 1089
RUSSELL, A.A.
CASEY, J.
240
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
240
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
11
12
SO 3.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 3.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Chemistry 14C, PTE numbers are NOT available; do not contact the instructor for a PTE number. There will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 7 p.m. on the following Mondays:
February 1 and 22, 2016.
14C
STRCTR-ORGANC MLCLSY
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142-044-202
142-044-203
142-044-204
142-044-205
142-044-206
142-044-207
142-044-208
142-044-209
142-044-210
142-044-211
142-044-212
142-044-213
142-044-214
142-044-215
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
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DIS
DIS
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1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
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1M
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1O
MWF
M
M
M
M
T
T
W
W
W
R
R
F
F
F
F
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
3:00- 3:50P
8:00- 8:50A
3:00- 3:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
MOORE
100
WGYOUNG 1044
BOTANY 133
MS
5217
BOTANY 133
MS
5217
BUNCHE 1221A
DODD
167
BOELTER 5273
BOELTER 5273
MS
5217
MS
5217
HAINES
A44
WGYOUNG 1044
BOELTER 4413
BUNCHE 3117
HARDINGER, S.A.
400
27
27
26
27
27
26
27
27
26
27
27
26
27
27
26
01
SO 4.0
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0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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FOR CHEMISTRY 14CL, IF YOU ARE MORE THAN 15 MINUTES LATE TO LABORATORY DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF THE TERM, YOUR SPACE WILL BE REASSIGNED AND YOU MUST
DROP THE COURSE YOURSELF. For the remainder of the term if you are more than 30 minutes late, you may NOT be able to complete the current laboratory and may not have the opportunity to make
up the missed work, resulting in a nonpassing grade for that experiment.
14CL
GEN&ORGN CHEM LAB 2 Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
----------142-119-201
142-119-202
142-119-203
142-119-204
142-119-205
142-119-206
142-119-207
142-119-208
142-119-209
142-119-210
142-119-211
142-119-212
----------142-119-221
142-119-222
142-119-223
142-119-224
142-119-225
142-119-226
LEC
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
$ 49
$ 49
T
TR
TR
TR
TR
WF
WF
WF
WF
WF
WF
WF
WF
W
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
6:30- 9:20P
6:30- 9:20P
8:00- 10:50A
8:00- 10:50A
8:00- 10:50A
11:00- 1:50P
11:00- 1:50P
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
2:00- 4:50P
10:00- 10:50A
8:00- 10:50A
8:00- 10:50A
11:00- 1:50P
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
2:00- 4:50P
WGYOUNG CS50
WGYOUNG 1337
WGYOUNG 1337
WGYOUNG 1336
WGYOUNG 1340
WGYOUNG 1336
WGYOUNG 1340
WGYOUNG 1337
WGYOUNG 1336
WGYOUNG 1340
WGYOUNG 1337
WGYOUNG 1336
WGYOUNG 1340
WGYOUNG CS76
WGYOUNG 1336
WGYOUNG 1340
WGYOUNG 1336
WGYOUNG 1340
WGYOUNG 1336
WGYOUNG 1340
HENARY, M.M.
CASEY, J.R.
240
20
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20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
13
02
SO 4.0
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0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Chemistry 14D, PTE numbers are NOT available; do not contact the instructor for a PTE number. There will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 7 p.m. on the following Tuesdays:
February 2 and 23, 2016.
14D
ORGN REACT&PHRMCTCLY
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142-045-202
142-045-203
142-045-204
142-045-205
142-045-206
142-045-207
142-045-208
142-045-209
142-045-210
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
MWF
M
M
T
T
W
W
W
R
R
F
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
8:00- 8:50A
4:00- 4:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
8:00- 8:50A
WGYOUNG CS50
GEOLOGY 4645
WGYOUNG 1044
WGYOUNG 3069
WGYOUNG 3069
MS
6229
BOELTER 4283
DODD
175
LAKRETZ 120
BOTANY 325
GEOLOGY 6704
HARDINGER, S.A.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
350
30
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
05
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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0.0
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
20A
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
142-045-211
142-045-212
----------142-140-201
142-140-202
142-140-203
142-140-204
142-140-205
142-140-206
142-140-207
142-140-208
142-140-209
CHEMICAL STRUCTURE Y
CLS
TYP
SEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1K
1L
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
F
F
MWF
T
T
T
W
W
R
F
F
F
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
11:00- 11:50A
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
8:00- 8:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
DODD
78
BUNCHE 2181
WGYOUNG CS24
MS
6201
HAINES
A44
WGYOUNG 3069
WGYOUNG 4216
WGYOUNG 4216
MS
5225
WGYOUNG 4216
BOELTER 5272
GEOLOGY 4645
INSTRUCTOR
SCHWARTZ, B.J.
ENRL
CAP
29
30
235
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
27
XC
04
CR
TP
UNITS
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Chemistry 20B, PTE numbers are NOT available; do not contact the instructor for a PTE number. There will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 7 p.m. on the following Fridays:
January 29 and February 26, 2016.
20B
ENERGETICS&CHANGE
Y
----------142-141-201
142-141-202
142-141-203
142-141-204
142-141-205
142-141-206
142-141-207
142-141-208
142-141-209
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142-141-222
142-141-223
142-141-224
142-141-225
142-141-226
142-141-227
142-141-228
142-141-229
142-141-230
142-141-231
142-141-232
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142-141-242
142-141-243
142-141-244
142-141-245
142-141-246
142-141-247
142-141-248
142-141-249
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
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LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
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DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
2I
2J
2K
2L
3
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
3G
3H
3I
MWF
M
M
M
T
T
T
R
R
F
MWF
M
M
M
T
W
W
W
R
R
F
F
F
MWF
M
M
W
W
R
R
F
F
F
9:00- 9:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 2:50P
8:00- 8:50A
8:00- 8:50A
8:00- 8:50A
12:00- 12:50P
2:00- 2:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
11:00- 11:50A
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
WGYOUNG CS24
MS
5217
WGYOUNG 2200
WGYOUNG 4216
BUNCHE 3143
ROLFE
3129
WGYOUNG 2200
WGYOUNG 2200
WGYOUNG 2200
WGYOUNG 2200
WGYOUNG CS50
WGYOUNG 3069
WGYOUNG 3069
BOELTER 4283
BOELTER 5272
GEOLOGY 4645
WGYOUNG 1044
BOELTER 5436
BOELTER 5272
BOELTER 5280
GEOLOGY 4645
PAB
2748
WGYOUNG 1044
WGYOUNG CS24
MS
5233
WGYOUNG 3069
MS
6201
BOELTER 5264
BOELTER 9436
MS
5233
WGYOUNG 3069
WGYOUNG 2200
MS
5203
WEISS, P.S.
LI, Z.
WEISS, P.S.
235
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26
26
26
26
26
26
26
350
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
30
30
235
27
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
02
03
05
SO 4.0
0.0
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0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Chemistry 20L is limited to departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes.
For Chemistry 20L, lecture 1, all enrolled and wait-listed students MUST ATTEND A MANDATORY safety lecture prior to the beginning of laboratory work and their first lab section Monday, January
4, 2016, at 5:30 p.m. in CS50 Young Hall. Students who do not attend the safety lecture or are more than 15 minutes late to their first laboratory section will have their space reassigned and will have
to drop the course.
20L
GENRL CHEMISTRY LAB Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
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142-142-202
142-142-203
142-142-204
142-142-205
142-142-206
142-142-207
142-142-208
142-142-209
142-142-210
142-142-211
142-142-212
LEC
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
$ 48
T
T
T
T
W
W
R
R
R
R
R
F
F
8:00- 8:50A
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
6:30- 9:20P
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
8:00- 10:50A
8:00- 10:50A
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
6:30- 9:20P
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
WGYOUNG CS50
WGYOUNG 1370
WGYOUNG 1370
WGYOUNG 1370
WGYOUNG 1370
WGYOUNG 1370
WGYOUNG 1370
WGYOUNG 1379
WGYOUNG 1370
WGYOUNG 1370
WGYOUNG 1370
WGYOUNG 1370
WGYOUNG 1370
PANG, J.W.
240
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SO 3.0
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0.0
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0.0
0.0
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WGYOUNG 1343
WGYOUNG 1343
WGYOUNG 1343
WGYOUNG 1343
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Chemistry 30BL is limited to departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any student may enroll on the second pass, space permitting. IF YOU ARE MORE THAN 15 MINUTES
LATE TO LABORATORY DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF THE TERM, YOUR SPACE WILL BE REASSIGNED AND YOU MUST DROP THE COURSE YOURSELF. For the remainder of the term if
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WGYOUNG 1096
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2434
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5128
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For Chemistry 110A, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 7 p.m. on the following Wednesdays: February 3 and 24, 2016. It may not be possible to resolve conflicts between
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WGYOUNG 1044
WGYOUNG 1110
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WGYOUNG 3069
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WGYOUNG 3069
WGYOUNG 3069
MOL SCI 3440
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BAUGH, D.A.
LIN, Y.
LEVINE, A.J.
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CAREERS-CHEM&BIOCHMN
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STRCTR&ENZMS&MTBLSMY Y
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Y
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Y
Y
Y
Y
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11:00- 11:50A
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WGYOUNG CS76
WGYOUNG 4216
WGYOUNG 4216
BOELTER 5420
BOELTER 5420
GEOLOGY 4645
GEOLOGY 6704
MS
5217
BOTANY 133
MOORE
1003
WGYOUNG CS76
WGYOUNG 1044
LAKRETZ 120
MS
5233
TIENSON, H.L.
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DNA&RNA&PROTN SYNTHY Y
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PAB
1434A
MS
5233
MS
5225
MS
5128
WGYOUNG CS76
WGYOUNG 2200
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WGYOUNG 4216
WGYOUNG CS76
BOELTER 5273
PUB AFF 2232
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PAB
1749
WGYOUNG CS76
INSTRUCTOR
COUREY, A.J.
KOEHLER, C.M.
KOEHLER, C.M.
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Chemistry 153L is limited to departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any student may enroll on the second pass, space permitting. IF YOU ARE MORE THAN 15 MINUTES
LATE TO LABORATORY DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF THE TERM, YOUR SPACE WILL BE REASSIGNED AND YOU MUST DROP THE COURSE YOURSELF. For the remainder of the term if
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experiment.
153L
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HONG-HERMESDORF, A 100
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Y
Y
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142-641-203
142-641-204
142-641-205
142-641-206
142-641-207
142-641-208
142-641-209
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FOR CHEMISTRY 154, IF YOU ARE MORE THAN 15 MINUTES LATE TO LABORATORY DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF THE TERM, YOUR SPACE WILL BE REASSIGNED AND YOU MUST
DROP THE COURSE YOURSELF. For the remainder of the term if you are more than 30 minutes late, you may NOT be able to complete the current laboratory and may not have the opportunity to make
up the missed work, resulting in a nonpassing grade for that experiment.
154
BIOCHMICAL MTHDS II
Y
156
PHYSICAL BIOCHEM
Y
CM160B BIOINFRMTC&SSTM BIO Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
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142-640-202
142-640-203
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TR
TR
WF
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T
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MW
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 3:50P
4:30- 8:20P
12:00- 3:50P
10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
2:00- 3:50P
WGYOUNG CS24
WGYOUNG 6085
WGYOUNG 6085
WGYOUNG 6085
WGYOUNG CS24
WGYOUNG CS24
WGYOUNG CS24
BOELTER 5249
TBA
F
TR
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2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
1:00- 1:50P
11:00- 11:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
10:00- 10:50A
BOELTER 5436
WGYOUNG 1044
WGYOUNG CS76
WGYOUNG 4216
WGYOUNG 4216
WGYOUNG 4216
WGYOUNG 4216
NAKAMOTO, S.S.
KOSURI, S.
ESKIN, E.
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142-668-201
142-668-202
142-696-200
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142-725-202
142-725-203
142-725-204
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TORRES, J.
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0.0
FOR CHEMISTRY 184, IF YOU ARE MORE THAN 15 MINUTES LATE TO LABORATORY DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF THE TERM, YOUR SPACE WILL BE REASSIGNED AND YOU MUST
DROP THE COURSE YOURSELF. For the remainder of the term if you are more than 30 minutes late, you may NOT be able to complete the current laboratory and may not have the opportunity to make
up the missed work, resulting in a nonpassing grade for that experiment.
184
CHEMICAL INSTRMENTN Y
188SB
192A
INDIV STD FOR USIE
CHEM PRACTICUM
Y
Y
Y ----------Y 142-772-201
Y 142-772-202
142-829-201
142-852-200
LEC
LAB
LAB
TUT
LEC
1
1A
1B
1
1
$ 60
TR
10:00- 10:50A WGYOUNG 4216
TR
1:00- 4:50P MOL SCI 1434
WF
1:00- 4:50P MOL SCI 1434
UNSCHED
TBA
LOO, J.A.
KANER, R.B.
PANG, J.W.
0
0
0
1
5
13
30
30
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
LG 1.0
SO 4.0
TBA
PANG, J.W.
5
30
SO 4.0
TBA
LAVELLE, L.
0
30
PN 4.0
TBA
TIENSON, H.L.
5
30
PN 2.0
TBA
LAVELLE, L.
5
30
PN 2.0
KOEHLER, C.M.
200
30
SU 2.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
192B
CHEM PRACTICUM
Y
142-853-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
192C
CHEM PRACTICUM
N
192D
CHEM PRACTICUM
N
142-854-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
142-855-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
142-855-201 SEM 2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
204
STUDNT RESEARCH SEM N
542-024-200 SEM 1
T
9:00- 10:20A BOYER
130
RESTRICT: BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY OR MIMG OR NEUROBIOLOGY OR MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OR CHEMISTRY OR MCD BIOLOGY OR ACCESS
PROGRAM OR BIOCHEMISTRY OR MEDICINE MAJOR
M205B
CHEM-BIOL INTERFACE Y
542-031-200 SEM 1
T
1:00- 1:50P
MOL SCI
5241
MAYNARD, H.D.
100
30
SU 2.0
MAYNARD, H.D.
DIACONESCU, P.L.
BENSIMON, D.B.
LIN, Y.
MASON, T.G.
100
20
20
40
200
30
30
20
30
30
SU
SO
SO
SO
SU
VAR
BAUGH, D.A.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
FELKER, P.M.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
GARRELL, R.L.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
GELBART, W.M.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
NEUHAUSER, D.
100
30
SU 2.0
SAME AS: M PHARM M205B
206
C207
C213B
C215B
218
CHEMISTRY OF BIO
N
ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMY
PHYS-INT MOL SPECTR N
QUANTUM CHEM-MTHODSY
PHYS CHEM STDT SEM N
219E
DYNAMCS OF MOLECULEN
219I
MLCLS&CMPLXS&CLSTRSN
542-036-200
542-042-200
542-080-200
542-092-200
542-108-200
SEM
LEC
LEC
LEC
SEM
1
1
1
1
1
T
12:00- 12:50P
MWF
3:00- 3:50P
MTWRF 10:00- 10:50A
MW
9:00- 10:50A
R
12:00- 12:50P
MOL SCI 5241
WGYOUNG 2200
WGYOUNG 2200
WGYOUNG 3069
WGYOUNG 2033
2.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
2.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-097-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-100-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
219J
CHEM&BIOPHY-INTRFCS N
542-101-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
219K
MCHANICS-DISORD SYS N
219L
MOLCULR REACT&STRCTN
542-102-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-103-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
219Q
DYNMCS-CONDNSD PHASN
219R
KNTC&THRMDYN&INTFCLN
Winter 2016
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
542-109-201 SEM 1
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
VAR
SCHWARTZ, B.J.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
TOLBERT, S.H.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
GIMZEWSKI, J.K.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
WEISS, S.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
LIN, Y.
100
30
SU 2.0
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
UNITS
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-107-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
219S
NANOSCIENCE
N
219T
SINGL-MOL SPECT-BIO
N
542-105-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-106-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
219U
MAGNET RES SPCTRSCP N
542-096-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
219V
COMPLEX FLUIDS
219W
STAT MECH-SOFT MTTR N
N
219X
REACTIONS-FLOW MODEN
219Y
THEORY&COMPUT-MAT N
542-095-200 SEM 1
MASON, T.G.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
W
4:00- 5:50P
GEOLOGY 3614
LEVINE, A.J.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
BOUCHARD, L.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
ALEXANDROVA, A.N.
100
30
SU 2.0
LEVINE, A.J.
50
50
12
SO 4.0
0.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-089-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-088-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-085-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
C223B
CLASS&STAT THERMDYNN
----------LEC
542-145-201 DIS
1
1A
TR
F
9:00- 10:50A WGYOUNG 3069
9:00- 9:50A WGYOUNG 3069
For Chemistry 228, graduate students beyond their first year should enroll on an S/U basis.
228
CHEMICL PHYSICS SEM N
M230B
STRCTURL MOLEC BIOL N
542-170-200 SEM 1
M
NEUHAUSER, D.
200
30
SO 2.0
MTWRF 12:00- 12:50P WGYOUNG 4216
4:00- 5:50P
WGYOUNG 2033
YEATES, T.O.
25
05
SO 4.0
TBA
YEATES, T.O.
25
30
SO 2.0
VAR
HOUK, K.N.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
JUNG, M.E.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
MERLIC, C.A.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
RUBIN, Y.F.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
GARCIA-GARIBAY, M.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
KWON, O.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
MAYNARD, H.D.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
GARG, N.K.
100
30
SU 2.0
VAR
HARRAN, P.G.
200
30
SU 2.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-182-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: MCD BIO M230B
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M230D
STRL MOLEC BIOL LAB
N
542-186-200 LAB
1
SAME AS: MCD BIO M230D
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
235E
THRY&PHYS ORGN CHEMN
542-217-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
235F
SYNTHS-NATRL PRDCTS N
235G
ORGNMTL&ORGN SNTHSSN
542-218-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-219-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
235I
FULLERENE CHEM&MTLSN
235K
ORGNC CHEM IN MEDIA N
235N
SYNTH-NATRL PRODCTS N
542-221-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-223-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-227-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
235O
POLYMR CHEM&BIOMTRLN
235P
SYNTH-COMPLEX MOL
542-228-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
542-229-200 RGP 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
235Q
SYNTHETIC ORGN RES
N
542-230-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
C243A
STRUC&MECH-ORG CHEMN
-----------
LEC
1
MWF
10:00- 10:50A MOL SCI
3440
HOUK, K.N.
50
03
SO 4.0
F
MWF
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
FRANZ
MOL SCI
2258A
3440
HARRAN, P.G.
50
50
02
0.0
SO 4.0
R
5:00- 6:50P
MOL SCI
3440
JUNG, M.E.
200
30
SO 2.0
3:00- 4:50P
MOL SCI
3440
RUBIN, Y.F.
200
30
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
244B
STRTGY&DSGN-ORG SYNN
247
ORGANIC COLLOQUIUM N
542-268-201 DIS
542-276-200 LEC
1A
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-295-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
For Chemistry 248, graduate students beyond their first year should enroll on an S/U basis.
248
ORGANIC CHEM SEM
N
542-309-200 SEM 1
M
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
249B
PROB-ADV ORGNC CHEMN
M252
ADV MTHD-COMPUT BIO N
542-314-200 LEC
1
W
7:00- 8:50P
MOL SCI
3440
NELSON, H.M.
200
30
SU 2.0
M
4:00- 5:50P
BOYER
159
XING, Y.
0
30
SO 2.0
F
VAR
3:00- 3:50P
XING, Y.
CLARKE, S.G.
0
200
30
0.0
SU 2.0
VAR
COUREY, A.J.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
GOBER, J.W.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
FEIGON, J.F.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
GRALLA, J.D.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
REISLER, E.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
MERCHANT, S.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
YEATES, T.O.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
MARTINSON, H.G.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
YEATES, T.O.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
HUBBELL, W.L.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
BOWIE, J.U.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
CLARKE, C.F.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
CLUBB, R.T.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
LEE, C.J.
200
30
SU 2.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
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SEM 1
SAME AS: BIOINFO M252,HUM GEN M252
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
256B
BIOCHEM-PROTN FNCTNN
542-344-201 DIS 1A
542-374-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
256D
DROSOPHIL EMBRYOGENN
542-376-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
256F
PROKARYOTIC DVLPMNTN
256G
NUCLEIC ACID STRCTR N
542-379-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-380-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
256H
PROMOTER ACTIVATION N
542-381-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
256J
CELL MOTILITY
N
256K
CHLAMYDOMONAS
N
256L
LIT-STRUCTURAL BIO
N
542-382-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-383-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-384-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
256M
EUKARYOTIC ORGANSMSN
256N
STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY N
542-385-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-386-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
256O
MEMBRANE BIOPHYSICSN
256P
PROTEIN STRUCTURE
542-387-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
542-388-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
256Q
UBIQUINONE IN YEAST
N
542-390-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
256R
PROTEIN STRUCTURE
256S
PROTEOME BIOINFORMTN
N
542-391-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-392-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
256T
RNA PROCESS&GENOMCSN
256U
MITOCHNDRL BIOGNSIS N
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
542-393-200 SEM 1
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
VAR
CHANFREAU, G.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
KOEHLER, C.M.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
LOO, J.A.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
QUINLAN, M.E.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
TORRES, J.
200
30
SU 2.0
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
UNITS
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-394-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
256V
PROTEOMCS&SPCTRMTRYN
256W
CYTOSKELTL DYNAMICS N
256X
MICROTUBULS&DISEASEN
542-370-200 DIS
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-358-200 RGP 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-338-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
256Y
257
SYNTHTC BIO&GENOMCSN
CHEM-BIOL MACROMOL N
542-397-200 SEM 1
542-389-200 LEC 1
VAR
TR
12:00- 12:50P WGYOUNG 3069
KOSURI, S.
PHILLIPS, M.L.
200
12
30
14
SU 2.0
SO 4.0
TR
TR
F
2:00- 3:50P
1:00- 2:50P
3:30- 6:20P
TORRES, J.
DUAN, X.
MERCHANT, S.
20
0
200
15
30
30
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
SO 2.0
VAR
KANER, R.B.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
ZINK, J.I.
200
30
SU 2.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
C265
267
268
METABOLC CNTL-PROTNY
NANOSCI & CHEM
Y
BIOCHEM RSRCH SEM N
272A
SEM-CHEM OF MATERLS N
542-443-200 LEC 1
542-400-200 LEC 1
542-469-200 SEM 1
WGYOUNG 1044
WGYOUNG 4216
MOL SCI 3440
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-500-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
272C
INORGANC SPCTROSCPYN
542-502-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
272D
TRANSTN MTLS&OXYGENN
272G
ISSUES-CHEMICAL ED
272I
ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMN
542-503-200 SEM 1
VAR
VALENTINE, J.S.
200
30
SU 2.0
RUSSELL, A.A.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
DIACONESCU, P.L.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
DUAN, X.
200
30
SU 2.0
VAR
SPOKOYNY, A.M.
200
30
SU 2.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
542-506-200 SEM 1
T
11:30- 12:50P WGYOUNG 2033
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-432-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
272K
INORGANIC NANOSTRCT N
272L
MOLECULAR MATERIALS N
542-433-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
542-518-200 SEM 1
For Chemistry 278, graduate students beyond their first year should enroll on an S/U basis.
278
INORGANIC CHEM SEM N
285
MATERIALS CHEM LAB
542-526-200 SEM 1
W
4:00- 5:50P
KANER, R.B.
200
30
SO 2.0
1
1A
TR
TR
11:00- 11:50A WGYOUNG 3069
1:00- 4:50P WGYOUNG 1033
MOL SCI
3440
TOLBERT, S.H.
16
16
13
LG 5.0
0.0
1
MWF
10:00- 11:50A POWELL
TERRACIANO, K.B.
0
30
SO 4.0
1
1A
MW
W
10:00- 11:50A BROAD
5:00- 6:50P DODD
2160E
170
ABREGO, L.J.
400
25
30
LG 5.0
0.0
W
W
TBA
TBA
W
W
W
W
R
TBA
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
3156
2292
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
10:00- 10:50A
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
3156
1284
3178
2156
2174
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
10:00- 10:50A
2:00- 3:50P
5:00- 6:50P
5:00- 5:50P
5:00- 5:50P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BROAD
DODD
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
DODD
3157
2174
1323
1221A
2160E
170
3123
3117
1265
2121
1221A
3123
154
2:00- 2:50P
BUNCHE
3150
4:00- 4:50P BUNCHE
12:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
3123
2168
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Y
----------LEC
542-558-201 LAB
CHICANA AND CHICANO STUDIES
M5B
ELEMENTARY NAHUATL Y
10B
SOC STRUC&CONT CONDN
144-016-200 LEC
SAME AS: I A STD M5B
----------LEC
144-032-201 DIS
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
144-032-202
144-032-203
144-032-204
144-032-205
144-032-206
144-032-207
144-032-208
144-032-209
144-032-210
144-032-211
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
19
FIAT LUX FRSHMN SEM
N
144-032-212
144-032-213
144-032-214
144-032-215
144-032-216
----------144-032-221
144-032-222
144-032-223
144-032-224
144-032-225
144-032-226
144-032-227
144-032-228
144-032-229
144-032-230
144-032-231
144-032-232
144-032-233
144-032-234
144-032-235
144-032-236
144-057-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
1L
1M
1N
1O
1P
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
2I
2J
2K
2L
2M
2N
2O
2P
1
TBA
R
R
R
F
MW
W
W
W
R
R
R
R
R
TBA
TBA
TBA
R
TBA
TBA
R
F
TBA
ROMERO, R.C.
25
25
25
25
25
400
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
20
PLANN, S.J.
ABREGO, L.J.
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
PN 1.0
20
30
PN 1.0
30
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
Chicano 19, seminar 1: Brown Theology: History of Chicano/Latino Religious Activism and Theology
144-057-201 SEM 2
TBA
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
Chicano 19, seminar 2: Undocumented Student Experience
89
HONORS SEMINARS
N
144-267-200 SEM 1
W
1:00- 2:50P
BUNCHE
2150
ABREGO, L.J.
15
30
SO 1.0
R
4:00- 5:50P
SAC
B2
VALENZUELA, A.
50
16
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
97
VARIABLE TOPICS
Y
144-291-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M103G
CONTMP CHICANO THTR N
M105B
CHCNO LIT 1920-1970
144-445-200 LEC
1
R
9:00- 11:50A MACGOWN 1330
VALENZUELA, J.L.
50
12
LG 5.0
1
MW
11:00- 12:15P HAINES
A25
LOPEZ, M.K.
0
04
SO 5.0
1A
1B
1C
TBA
W
TBA
3:00- 3:50P
3915D
SAME AS: THEATER M103G
Y
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LEC
SAME AS: ENGL M105B
144-331-201 DIS
144-331-202 DIS
144-331-203 DIS
MS
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0
0
0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
CM106
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
HLTH-CHICANO/LATINO N
CLS
TYP
144-331-204 DIS
----------LEC
SEC
FEE
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
HAYES-BAUTISTA, D.
0
100
HERNANDEZ, A.D.
20
20
20
20
30
1439
1439
1325
1325
1325
1325
B1
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
1D
1
W
T
4:00- 4:50P
3:00- 5:50P
MS
HAINES
5217
A18
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
W
R
R
W
MW
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 10:50A
ROLFE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
SMB
3134
3211
3211
3143
1100
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
R
R
F
F
F
F
F
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 2:50P
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SAC
XC
CR
TP
30
0.0
LG 4.0
02
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
VALENZUELA, A.
5
5
5
5
5
5
15
07
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
UNITS
SAME AS: PUB HLT M106
M116
CHICANO MUSIC IN US
N
144-453-201
144-453-202
144-453-203
144-453-204
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DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SAME AS: ETHNOMU M116
M118
RETENTION&OUTREACH N
144-472-201
144-472-202
144-472-203
144-472-204
144-472-205
144-472-206
144-408-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SAME AS: AF AMER M118,AM IND M118,ASIA AM M168
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C141
M145B
CHICANA&LATINA NARR N
CHICANA/O MOVMT LIT Y
144-543-200 LEC
144-556-200 LEC
1
1
MW
TR
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
2242
3157
PONS, M.C.
RUIZ, S.
40
0
05
15
LG 4.0
SO 4.0
1
MW
12:00- 1:50P
BUNCHE
3211
MAGANA, M.R.
45
05
SO 4.0
PUB AFF
SAME AS: SPAN M155B
CM147
TRANSNTL ORGANIZING N
144-583-200 LEC
SAME AS: GENDER M147C
M156B
IMMIGRATION RIGHTS
M159B
HIST-CHICANO PEOPLE N
Y
144-667-200 SEM 1
M
3:00- 5:50P
1246
GUARNEROS MONTERRO20
30
LG 4.0
1
TR
9:30- 10:45A DODD
170
GOMEZ-QUINONES, J.
30
12
SO 4.0
144-665-200 LEC 1
144-706-200 SEM 1
TR
T
12:00- 1:50P
3:00- 5:50P
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
3211
1329
MACIAS, R.F.
PLANN, S.J.
45
5
30
15
SO 4.0
SO 5.0
MW
MW
5:00- 6:50P
12:30- 1:45P
HAINES
PUB AFF
A2
1323
THE STAFF
FALCE-ROBINSON, J.
90
5
30
30
LG 4.0
SO 5.0
SAME AS: ASIA AM M166B,LBR&WS M166B
144-711-200 LEC
SAME AS: HIST M151B
161
CHICANA/O RHETORIC
M167SL SPANISH-COMMUNITY
N
Y
SAME AS: APPLING M165SL,SPAN M165SL
168B
TELEVISED LATINOS
Y
M170SL LATINOS&LING&LITRCY N
144-708-200 LEC 1
144-739-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: APPLING M172SL,HNRS M128SL,SPAN M172SL
M174B
RESTORING CIVILITY
Y
144-744-200 LEC
1
F
11:00- 2:50P
MOORE
3140
WILMS, W.W.
17
07
LG 4.0
1
1
1
MW
MW
MW
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 1:50P
12:30- 1:45P
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
HAINES
1234
1256
220
HINOJOSA-OJEDA, R.
TORRES-GIL, F.M.
DE GUZMAN, J.
60
20
60
30
30
05
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
SO 4.0
1
SAME AS: EDUC M145B
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
176
177
M183
GLOBALIZATION
LATINO SOCIAL POLCY
HIST OF LOS ANGELES
N
N
N
144-756-200 LEC
144-762-200 LEC
144-798-200 LEC
M185
PUBLIC ART
N
TR
12:00- 1:50P
PUB AFF
2238
LOPEZ GASPAR DE AL
45
30
SO 4.0
188
SPECIAL COURSES
N
144-829-200 SEM 1
TR
10:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
3156
RUIZ, S.
40
30
SO 4.0
N
144-829-100 SEM 2
144-846-200 SEM 1
MW
MW
4:00- 5:50P
2:00- 3:50P
3211
3150
OLIVA-ALVARADO, K.
CARPIO, G.G.
45
35
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
MW
10:00- 11:50A DODD
170
RIVERA-SALGADO, G.
45
30
SO 4.0
B1
VALENZUELA, A.
5
07
SO 4.0
0
30
SO 4.0
A152
VALENZUELA, A.
AVILA, E.R.
0
20
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
30
SO 4.0
SAME AS: HIST M155
144-810-200 LEC
SAME AS: ART M185,WL ARTS M126
Chicano 188, seminar 1:
191
VARIABLE TOPICS
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
Chicano Studies 191, seminar 1: Barrio Suburbanism
144-846-202 SEM 2
Chicano Studies 191, seminar 2: Contemporary Scholarship on Legacy of United Farm Workers
192A
UNDERGRAD PRACTICUMN
144-853-200 SEM 1
F
11:00- 2:50P
SAC
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M195CE COMPARATIVE INTERN
N
144-874-200 TUT
1
VAR
SAME AS: AF AMER M195CE,AM IND M195CE,ASIA AM M195CE,GENDER M195CE
201
NEW DIRECTIONS
N
144-874-202 TUT 2
544-006-200 SEM 1
VAR
M
3:00- 5:50P
M
9:00- 11:50A MS
5217
JOHNSON, G.T.
20
BUNCHE
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
211
DETENTN&DEPORTTN-USN
544-066-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
C215
TRANSNTL ORGANIZING N
232
PLACE-EXPRSSV CULTR N
544-090-200 LEC
1
MW
12:00- 1:50P
BUNCHE
3211
MAGANA, M.R.
0
05
LG 4.0
T
1:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
2150
GASPAR DE ALBA, A.
15
30
SO 4.0
MW
12:00- 1:50P
PUB AFF
2242
PONS, M.C.
5
05
LG 4.0
T
3:00- 5:50P
HAINES
A18
HAYES-BAUTISTA, D.
5
30
LG 4.0
HAYES-BAUTISTA, D.
5
RIVERA-SALGADO, G.
0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
544-192-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
C251
CHICANA&LATINA NARR N
C276
HLTH-CHICANO/LATINO N
544-307-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
-----------
LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
544-456-201 DIS
1A
TBA
0.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
291
VARIABLE TOPICS
N
544-546-202 SEM 2
MW
10:00- 11:50A DODD
170
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Chicano Studies 191, seminar 2:
CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
For Civic Engagement 18, students must attend one of the following MANDATORY orientation sessions at either 3 or 4 p.m.: January 5, 2016, in 2412 Ackerman Union or January 6 or 9, 2016, in
3517 Ackerman Union. If those times do not work, e-mail [email protected] to set up an individual appointment.
18
BRUIN LDRS-SCL CHNG N
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LEC
1
VAR
NAPLES, R.J.
100
NAPLES, R.J.
100
GOODHUE, E.K.
THE STAFF
30
PN 1.0
30
30
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
371-054-201 FLD
1A
TBA
0.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
19
50SL
FIAT LUX FRSHMN SEM
ENGAGING LA
N
N
108SL
EARLY CHILDHOOD ED
N
371-057-201
----------371-150-201
371-150-202
371-150-203
371-150-204
371-348-200
SEM
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
W
T
TBA
TBA
TBA
R
W
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
MOORE
PUB AFF
1003
1222
4:00- 5:50P
3:00- 5:50P
SLICHTR
PUB AFF
2834
2319
O’BYRNE, K.
20
80
20
20
20
20
20
30
PN 1.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
W
4:00- 6:50P
MURPHY
2121
THE STAFF
20
30
LG 4.0
F
10:00- 11:50A PUB AFF
2292
O’BYRNE, K.
15
30
LG 2.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
122
PHILANTHROPY
N
371-432-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
194
CAPSTONE RSRCH SEM Y
371-867-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING / 91
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
Students who enroll in upper division HSSEAS courses without completing the requisites are subject to disenrollment after the second class meeting. If necessary, consult an HSSEAS counselor in
6426 Boelter Hall.
M20
MATLAB PROGRAMMING N
-----------
LEC
1
T
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 3400
THE STAFF
0
13
LG 4.0
THE STAFF
0
0
0
0
0
50
16
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
SANT, G.
50
24
03
0.0
LG 4.0
SANT, G.
BAUCHY, M.
24
85
15
0.0
LG 4.0
85
70
15
0.0
LG 4.0
THE STAFF
45
45
30
16
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
JU, J.
30
50
13
0.0
LG 4.0
SAME AS: MECH&AE M20
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
101
STATICS AND DYNAMCS Y
147-060-201
147-060-211
147-060-212
147-060-213
147-060-214
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DIS
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
1A
G1
G2
G3
G4
1
R
F
F
F
F
TR
10:00- 11:50A
8:00- 9:50A
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
3400
4404
4404
4404
3760
5440
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
C104
CIVL ENGR MATERIALS
Y
147-307-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
W
MW
4:00- 5:50P GEOLOGY 3656
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5280
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
108
INT-MCHN-DFMBL SLDS Y
121
FNDTNS&ERTH STRCTRSY
147-324-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
F
TR
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
HAINES
KNSY PV
A44
1200B
RESTRICT: ALL UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS AND GEOLOGY (ENGINEERING GEOLOGY) MAJORS
147-348-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
F
TR
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 5249
BOELTER 2444
STEWART, J.P.
RESTRICT: ALL UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS AND GEOLOGY (ENGINEERING GEOLOGY) MAJORS
129L
ENGR GEOMATICS
N
147-426-201 DIS
147-426-202 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1B
1
W
W
R
4:00- 5:50P
8:00- 9:50A
4:00- 5:50P
FRANZ
2258A
BOELTER 2444
BOELTER 5272
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
130
ELEM STRUCTRAL MECHY
147-479-201 LAB
----------LEC
1A
1
TBA
TR
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5436
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
130L
EXPRMT STRCTRL MECHY
135B
INTRMD STRUCTR ANLY Y
147-521-201
----------147-523-201
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DIS
LEC
LAB
LEC
1A
1
1A
1
F
MW
MW
TR
2:00- 3:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 11:50A
8:00- 9:50A
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
5440
1541
1541
2444
THE STAFF
50
16
16
75
11
0.0
LG 4.0
0.0
LG 4.0
MS
5200
BOELTER 5249
ZHANG, J.
75
80
05
0.0
LG 4.0
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 2444
4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5420
THE STAFF
80
25
09
0.0
LG 4.0
THE STAFF
25
60
09
0.0
LG 4.0
60
65
30
0.0
LG 4.0
THE STAFF
01
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
142
DSN-REINF CNCR STRC Y
147-542-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
R
MW
4:00- 5:50P
12:00- 1:50P
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
147
DSGN&CNST-TALL BLDG Y
147-569-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
F
MW
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
151
INTR-WATR RESR ENGR Y
147-589-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
F
MW
8:00- 9:50A
4:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 9436
MS
4000A
RESTRICT: ALL UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MINORS
154
CHEM FATE&TRNS-AQUAN
147-605-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
F
TR
12:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 3400
BOELTER 8500
JAY, J.A.
RESTRICT: ANY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATE, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJORS, OR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MINORS
156B
ENVIR OPS&PROC LAB
Y
147-619-201 DIS
----------DIS
1A
1
F
MW
4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 2444
12:00- 12:50P BOELTER 7737
65
16
05
0.0
LG 4.0
16
30
16
0.0
LG 4.0
GEBREMICHAEL, M.
28
15
LG 4.0
MAHENDRA, S.
28
40
03
0.0
LG 4.0
THE STAFF
RESTRICT: ALL UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MINORS
157B
WATER TRTMNT PLANTS Y
147-625-201 LAB
147-632-200 LEC
1A
1
MW
TR
1:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 7737
BOELTER 5422
MCGUIRE, M.J.
RESTRICT: ALL UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MINORS
157L
HYDROLOGIC ANALYSIS Y
-----------
LEC
1
T
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 3760
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
M166
ENVIRONMENTL MICROBN
147-634-201 LAB
----------LEC
1A
1
R
MW
2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 3760
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5264
SAME AS: ENV HLT M166
RESTRICT: ANY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATE, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJORS, OR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MINORS
194
RESEARCH GROUP SEM N
147-696-201 DIS 1A
147-864-201 SEM 1
F
TBA
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5280
THE STAFF
40
10
30
0.0
LG 2.0-8.0
RESTRICT: UNDERGRADUATE CIVIL ENGINEERING MAJORS
147-864-202 SEM 2
TBA
THE STAFF
20
30
LG 2.0-8.0
T
R
MW
4:00- 5:50P PAB
1434A
11:00- 11:50A BOELTER 4275
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5280
SANT, G.
THE STAFF
SANT, G.
130
60
15
30
30
03
SU 2.0
SU 2.0
LG 4.0
F
MW
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
SANT, G.
BRANDENBERG, S.J.
15
20
07
0.0
LG 4.0
TR
2:00- 3:50P
VUCETIC, M.
20
15
LG 4.0
TR
MW
4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5420
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5419
THE STAFF
MAL, A.K.
20
0
30
03
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
TR
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5440
TACIROGLU, E.
50
13
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: UNDERGRADUATE CIVIL ENGINEERING MAJORS
200
GRADUATE SEMINAR
N
C204
CIVL ENGR MATERIALS
N
223
SLP STBLTY&ERTH RTN N
547-001-201 SEM 1
547-001-202 SEM 2
----------LEC 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
547-024-201 DIS
547-138-200 LEC
1A
1
HAINES
A44
BOELTER 5252
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
224
ADV SOIL BEHAVIOR
N
547-120-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
226
M230B
GEOENVIRONMNTL ENGRN
NONLIN ELASTICITY
N
547-130-200 LEC
547-152-200 LEC
1
1
SAME AS: MECH&AE M256B
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
235B
FIN ELMNT ANLY-STRU
N
547-176-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
547-176-280 LEC
80
VAR
ONLINE
TACIROGLU, E.
35
30
LG 4.0
TR
4:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 5273
THE STAFF
0
16
LG 4.0
MW
8:00- 9:50A
BOELTER 5440
BURTON, H.J.
65
01
LG 4.0
MW
4:00- 6:20P
BOELTER 5264
THE STAFF
45
09
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
M237A
DYNAMICS-STRUCTURESN
547-185-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: MECH&AE M269A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
244
STRL LDS&SFT-CV STR
245
EQK GROUND MOTIONS N
N
246
STRCT RESP-GRND MOT N
250B
GROUNDWATER HYDROL N
547-220-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
547-227-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
547-230-200 LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 5440
WALLACE, J.W.
65
07
LG 4.0
MW
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 4413
YEH, W.W.
28
05
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
547-251-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
92 / CLASSICS
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
250C
HYDROMETEOROLOGY N
255A
WTR&WASTEWTR TRTMNTN
CLS
TYP
547-252-200 LEC
SEC
1
FEE
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
MARGULIS, S.A.
20
14
LG 4.0
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5272
THE STAFF
30
03
LG 4.0
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
TR
12:00- 1:50P
WGYOUNG 1044
MW
UNITS
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
547-278-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
255B
WTR&WASTEWTR TRTMNTN
263A
298
ENVRNMNTL TRANSPORTN
SEM IN ENGINEERING
N
547-279-200 LEC
MW
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 5420
STENSTROM, M.K.
30
30
LG 4.0
547-316-200 LEC 1
547-940-201 SEM 1
1
TR
MW
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 1:50P
MOORE
1003
WGYOUNG 1044
STOLZENBACH, K.D.
THE STAFF
20
20
15
30
LG 4.0
LG 2.0-4.0
----------148-012-201
148-012-202
148-012-203
148-012-204
148-012-205
148-012-206
148-012-207
148-012-208
148-012-209
148-012-210
----------148-069-201
148-069-202
148-069-203
148-069-204
----------148-107-201
148-107-202
148-107-203
148-107-204
148-107-205
148-107-206
148-519-200
148-525-200
MWF
W
W
W
W
R
W
W
R
TBA
R
MW
T
T
T
T
TR
R
R
R
TBA
F
F
MW
TR
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 3:15P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
3:30- 4:45P
8:00- 9:15A
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
12:30- 1:45P
BROAD
DODD
PUB AFF
DODD
HAINES
DODD
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
2160E
162
2238
162
A74
162
3123
3123
1256
PAPADOPOULOS, J.K.
02
3:30- 4:45P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:15P
11:00- 12:15P
2:00- 3:15P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
HAINES
DODD
PUB AFF
MS
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
PUB AFF
DODD
A74
175
2238
7608
248
162
121
162
1284
162
9:30- 10:45A
2:00- 3:15P
9:30- 10:45A
2:00- 3:15P
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
154
162
146
146
TELO, M.
RICHLIN, A.E.
250
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
80
20
20
20
20
150
25
25
25
25
25
25
60
60
02
15
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
TR
T
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 4:50P
DODD
DODD
146
248
MORGAN, K.A.
MCDONNELL, K.
60
15
14
30
SO 4.0
LG 5.0
F
1:00- 3:50P
DODD
248
GURVAL, R.A.
15
07
SO 2.0/4.0
MWF
TR
VAR
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
R
11:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
11:00- 11:50A PUB AFF
ONLINE
12:30- 1:45P DODD
11:00- 11:50A DODD
9:00- 9:50A DODD
11:00- 12:15P DODD
1:00- 3:50P DODD
1265
2292
LESSIE, A.J.
LESSIE, A.J.
HALASZ, C.C.
HALASZ, C.C.
ELLIS, R.M.
LESSIE, A.J.
PURVES, A.C.
PURVES, A.C.
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
22
SO 5.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 2.0/4.0
VAR
TR
MWF
TR
TBA
MWF
TBA
TBA
VAR
TR
TR
MWF
TR
MWF
TR
ONLINE
11:00- 12:15P DODD
11:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
10:00- 10:50A PUB AFF
1:00- 1:50P
DODD
78
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
1:00- 1:50P
9:30- 10:45A
10:00- 10:50A
10:30- 12:20P
ONLINE
HUMANTS
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
A46
162
162
162
248
248
GURVAL, R.A.
GURVAL, R.A.
BARAN, A.R.
BARAN, A.R.
BARAN, A.R.
HAYNES, J.A.
MENNIS, A.M.
MENNIS, A.M.
FRALEIGH, D.M.
PARKER, D.C.
FRALEIGH, D.M.
LESSIE, A.J.
GURVAL, R.A.
THE STAFF
RICHLIN, A.E.
20
20
40
20
20
40
20
20
40
20
20
20
20
20
15
30
162
3156
2284
06
12
03
13
SO 5.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TBA
T
T
TBA
R
R
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
2:00- 3:50P
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
3135
3135
3135
3135
3129
3134
3129
3129
1200
BRIDGEWATER, D.A.
BRIDGEWATER, D.A.
KOCHIAN, J.
KOCHIAN, J.
MACK, K.S.
THE STAFF
MACK, K.S.
FERAMISCO, C.
SUMAN, M.W.
03
05
07
09
13
14
15
16
15
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
LG
1:00- 1:50P
4:00- 4:50P
ROYCE
ROLFE
152
3135
1:00- 1:50P
4:00- 4:50P
ROLFE
PUB AFF
3108
2242
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
225
25
25
25
25
25
25
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
CLASSICS
Classics
10
DISCOVERING GREEKS
N
40W
READING GREEK LIT
Y
51B
ART&ARCHL-ANCT ROMEN
143B
144
ANCIENT COMEDY
N
STUDIES-ANCNT CULTR Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1
ELLIS, R.M.
MCDONNELL, K.
07
13
Classics 144, lecture 1: Roman Law
166A
191
GREEK RELIGION
CAPSTONE SEMINAR
Y
Y
148-749-200 LEC 1
148-840-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Classics 191, seminar 1:
201B
THE ROMAN WORLD
N
548-015-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Greek
2
100
110
131
203
ELEMENTARY GREEK
GREEK PROSE&POETRY
STUDY-GREEK PROSE
RDNGS-LATER GREEK
HESIOD
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
----------149-010-201
----------149-010-211
149-305-200
149-371-200
149-476-200
549-032-200
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
SEM
1
1A
2
2A
1
1
1
1
232
248
248
232
248
22
04
02
13
16
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Latin
1
2
100
105A
131
200C
ELEMENTARY LATIN
N
ELEMENTARY LATIN
Y
LATIN PROSE&POETRY
VERGIL-AENEID I-VI
POSTCLASSIC PROSE
HIST-LATIN LITERATR
Y
Y
N
N
----------150-011-201
----------150-021-201
150-021-202
----------150-021-211
150-021-212
----------150-021-221
150-021-222
150-305-200
150-337-200
150-486-200
550-014-200
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
1A
1
1A
1B
2
2A
2B
3
3A
3B
1
1
1
1
21
21
21
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
COMMUNICATION STUDIES
1
PRINC ORAL COMMNCTNN
10
INTRO-COMMCTN STDS N
024-001-201
024-001-202
024-001-203
024-001-204
024-001-205
024-001-206
024-001-207
024-001-208
----------024-030-201
024-030-202
024-030-203
024-030-204
024-030-205
024-030-206
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
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4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Winter 2016
COMMUNICATION STUDIES / 93
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
19
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
FIAT LUX FRSHMN SEM
N
024-030-207
024-030-208
024-030-209
024-057-201
CLS
TYP
SEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
1G
1H
1I
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
M
M
M
F
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
12:00- 12:50P
ROYCE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
154
3116
3116
3135
2:00- 3:15P
9:00- 10:50A
11:00- 12:50P
3:00- 4:50P
3:00- 4:50P
9:00- 10:50A
11:00- 12:50P
9:00- 10:50A
11:00- 12:50P
4:00- 4:50P
DE NEVE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
COVEL
COVEL
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
COVEL
COVEL
DODD
P350
2317
2317
210
225
2278
2278
210
210
162
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
BRIDGEWATER, D.A.
25
25
25
20
XC
CR
TP
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
PN 1.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
Communication Studies 19, seminar 1: Coaching as Teaching, Teaching as Coaching
M72B
SEX-BIOLOGY-SOCIETY Y
89
HONORS SEMINARS
N
----------024-217-201
024-217-202
024-217-203
024-217-204
024-217-205
024-217-206
024-217-207
024-217-208
024-267-200
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1
TR
T
T
W
W
R
R
R
R
T
SAGUY, A.C.
15
SUMAN, M.W.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
30
LG 6.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 1.0
BRYANT, G.A.
180
15
SO 4.0
ROLFE
3135
ROLFE
3135
HUMANTS 169
MILLER, T.E.
MILLER, T.E.
ARBABZADAH, N.
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
65
30
30
07
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
9:30- 10:45A ROLFE
3134
12:00- 2:50P PERLOFF 1102
PETERSON, S.M.
MALAMUTH, N.M.
35
85
02
07
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
9:30- 10:45A BUNCHE
2209A
JOHNSON, K.
135
30
SO 4.0
5:00- 7:50P
12:00- 1:50P
118
2232
MALAMUTH, N.M.
GOODWIN, C.
85
0
30
30
SO 4.0
LG 5.0
CLAYMAN, S.E.
0
0
0
30
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
CLAYMAN, S.E.
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SUMAN, M.W.
85
20
SO 4.0
Communication Studies 89, seminar 1: Honors Seminar for Communication Studies 10, Lecture 1
100
COMMUNICATION THRY Y
-----------
LEC
1
TR
2:00- 3:15P
HUMANTS A51
RESTRICT: COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
103B
104
105
FORENSICS
N
ANALYSIS & BRIEFING
N
CONSPIRACY THEORIES N
109
111
ENTREPRENEURL COMM N
CONFLICT & COMM
N
024-300-201
024-300-202
024-300-203
024-300-204
024-300-205
024-300-206
024-300-207
024-300-208
024-300-209
024-319-200
024-324-200
024-330-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1
1
1
T
T
T
TBA
R
R
TBA
W
TBA
T
R
MW
11:00- 11:50A ROLFE
12:00- 12:50P ROLFE
1:00- 1:50P ROLFE
3135
3135
3135
12:00- 12:50P ROLFE
1:00- 1:50P HAINES
3135
110
11:00- 11:50A HAINES
110
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:15P
RESTRICT: COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
024-354-200 LEC 1
024-366-200 SEM 1
MW
F
RESTRICT: COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
M113
BODY LANGUAGE
N
024-378-200 LEC
1
TR
SAME AS: PSYCH M137B
RESTRICT: COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
116
COMUNCTN-CPLS&FMLYSN
024-396-200 LEC
M123W TALK AND BODY
Y Y ----------LEC
1
1
R
MW
HAINES
PUB AFF
SAME AS: ANTHRO M148W,APPLING M161W
M125
TALK&SOCL INSTITTNS
N
Y 024-439-201 DIS
Y 024-439-202 DIS
Y 024-439-203 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
TBA
TBA
TBA
MW
12:00- 1:50P
BUNCHE
2209A
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
M
M
M
W
W
W
T
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
3:00- 3:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 1:50P
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
HAINES
3129
3129
3121
3116
3116
3116
A33
1
TBA
SAME AS: SOCIOL CM125
M144B
CONVRSTNL STRCTRS 2 Y
145
SITUATION COMEDY
024-450-201
024-450-202
024-450-203
024-450-204
024-450-205
024-450-206
024-565-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SAME AS: SOCIOL M124B
N
024-570-200 LEC
RESTRICT: COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
M149
MEDIA-GNDR&RACE&CLSN
024-594-200 LEC
1
F
2:00- 4:50P
ROLFE
3126
HAMMER, R.
5
30
LG 5.0
MW
2:00- 3:50P
BROAD
2100A
LAMBERSON, P.J.
60
07
LG 5.0
SAME AS: GENDER M149,LBR&WS M149
150
COMMUNICATION RSRCHY
-----------
LEC
1
RESTRICT: SENIORS ONLY,COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
024-600-201 DIS
1A
TBA
20
0.0
3129
20
0.0
3108
20
0.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
024-600-202 DIS
1B
W
1:00- 1:50P
ROLFE
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
024-600-203 DIS
1C
W
4:00- 4:50P
ROLFE
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
-----------
LEC
2
TBA
KERNELL, G.C.
60
20
20
20
85
78
78
135
20
LG 5.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS ONLY,COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
156
160
SOCIAL NETWORKING
N
POLITICAL COMUNCTN N
167
FREE SPEECH-CAMPUS N
024-600-221
024-600-222
024-600-223
024-636-200
----------024-660-201
024-702-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
DIS
LEC
2A
2B
2C
1
1
1A
1
TBA
R
R
MW
TR
TBA
W
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
0.0
SO 4.0
12
30
SO 5.0
85
30
LG 4.0
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
ROLFE
ROYCE
HAINES
PUB AFF
3135
154
220
1234
5:00- 7:50P
ROLFE
1200
LAMBERSON, P.J.
KERNELL, G.C.
KERNELL, G.C.
FINK, K.A.
R
3:00- 5:50P
ROYCE
154
VONBLUM, P.
MW
3:30- 4:45P
HAINES
A2
HUPPIN, M.A.
5:00- 7:50P
PUB AFF
1246
PETERSON, S.M.
85
30
PN 2.0-4.0
THE STAFF
VONBLUM, P.
DESVEAUX, J.A.
65
1
35
30
30
30
SO 4.0
LG 1.0
LG 8.0
GOLDMAN, A.H.
NEWTON, J.S.
25
25
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
04
14
RESTRICT: COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
M169
ART-SOCL&POL CMNTRY N
024-714-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: HNRS M179
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
170
LEGAL COMMUNICATIONN
024-720-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
185
FLD STD-COMMUNICATNN
024-810-200 LEC
1
T
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE
188D
POLITICL&LEGAL COMM N
188SB INDIV STD FOR USIE
Y
M191DC CAPPP WASHINGTN SEM N
024-831-200 LEC 1
024-833-201 TUT 1
024-847-200 SEM 1
TR
3:30- 4:45P PUB AFF 1246
UNSCHED
R
10:00- 12:50P OFF CAM
SAME AS: HIST M191DC,POL SCI M191DC,SOCIOL M191DC
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
191E
PRACTICUM
N
024-862-200 SEM 1
024-862-201 SEM 2
TR
MW
11:00- 12:15P ROLFE
12:30- 1:45P ROLFE
3121
3116
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94 / COMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
Winter 2016
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
TR
3:00- 4:50P
HLTHSCI
43105A PEBLEY, A.R.
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
COMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES
100
INTRO-COMM HLTH SCI N
040-301-200 LEC
1
50
16
LG 4.0
0
38
30
30
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITY HEALTH MAJORS AND PUBLIC HEALTH MINORS
187A
INTRO-AT-RISK POPLN
040-301-202 LEC
040-823-201 LEC
N
2
1
TBA
F
1:00- 3:50P
PUB HLT
51279
JONES, F.M.
PRELIP, M.L.
R
1:00- 3:50P
PUB HLT
61235
GIPSON, J.D.
20
30
LG 4.0
R
R
3:00- 5:50P
3:00- 5:50P
PUB HLT
DODD
41235
178
WALLACE, S.P.
HEUVELINE, P.C.
25
10
30
30
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
200
GLOBAL HLTH PROBLMS N
205
M208
IMMIGRANT HEALTH
N
INTRO-DEMOG METHODSN
840-002-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
840-030-201 LEC
840-048-200 LEC
1
1
SAME AS: BIOSTAT M208,ECON M208,SOCIOL M213A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
211A
PROG PLAN&RSCH&EVALN
212
ADV SOC RSH MTH-HLT N
840-067-200 LEC
1
MW
43105A GLIK, D.C.
85
03
LG 4.0
MWF
10:00- 11:50A HLTHSCI
8:00- 9:50A
PUB HLT
A1241
BOURQUE, L.B.
20
01
LG 4.0
MW
M
1:00- 2:50P
11:00- 1:50P
PUB HLT
HAINES
61262
310
BAER, M.T.
GARRO, L.C.
20
0
06
30
LG 4.0
SO 2.0-4.0
RESTRICT: PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITIY HEALTH MAJORS
840-072-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
231
M244
MTRNL&CHILD NUTRITN N
ADV SEM-MDCL ANTHRON
M249L
ETHICAL THEORY
840-186-201 LEC 1
840-264-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: ANTHRO M263Q,NURSING M273,PSYCTRY M273
N
840-299-201 LEC
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COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
COMPARATIVE LITERATURE POLICY FOR ATTENDANCE AND LATE ENROLLMENT IN ALL 2W AND 4W CLASSES: The department will cancel your enrollment in any Comparative Literature 2W
and 4W class if you do not attend at least one of the first two class meetings. After the first week of classes, wait-listed students may enroll in Comparative Literature 2W and 4W classes only with
permission to enroll obtained from the instructor.
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LEVITZ, T.J.
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MAJORS
200B
METHODOLOGY-COM LITN
556-002-200 SEM 1
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HOCHBERG, G.
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Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
15
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COMPUTATIONAL AND SYSTEMS BIOLOGY / 95
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REINHARD, K.
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SUCHARD, M.A.
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495
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0.0
COMPUTER SCIENCE
Students who enroll in upper division HSSEAS courses without completing the requisites are subject to disenrollment after the second class meeting. If necessary, consult an HSSEAS counselor in
6426 Boelter Hall.
For Computer Science 31, lecture 1, enrollment problems, see http://cs.ucla.edu/classes/enroll/cs31/. There will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 6:50 p.m. on the following
Wednesdays: January 27 and February 24, 2016.
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12:00- 1:50P
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BOELTER 3400
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4:00- 5:50P
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HUMANTS 135
POTKONJAK, M.
SAME AS: EL ENGR M16
RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE, COMPUTER SCIENCE&ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, COMPUTATIONAL&SYSTEMS BIOLOGY,
LINGUISTICS&COMPUTER SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS OF COMPUTATION, PRE COMPUTATIONAL&SYSTEMS BIOLOGY, OR PRE MATHEMATICS OF
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SANADIDI, M.Y.
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DZHANIDZE, R.P.
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118
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BOELTER
KNSY PV
3704
3704
3704
1200B
REIHER, P.L.
RESTRICT: UG ENGR, SEVERAL OTHER MAJORS; BIOINFO MINOR
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
20
20
15
100
96 / COMPUTER SCIENCE
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Winter 2016
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2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5436
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ESKIN, E.
50
50
76
07
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EGGERT, P.R.
38
38
70
13
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MILLSTEIN, T.D.
35
35
25
05
0.0
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CONDIE, T.
25
50
07
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CHO, J.
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131
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187-432-201 DIS
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C137A
PROTOTYP PRGRM LANGY
187-510-201 LAB
187-510-202 LAB
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1A
1B
1
F
F
MW
10:00- 11:50A KNSY PV 1200B
12:00- 1:50P GEOLOGY 3656
12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5440
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143
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187-522-201 DIS
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F
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12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
HAINES
118
BOELTER 2760
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144
WEB APPLICATIONS
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187-590-201
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2:00- 3:50P
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MS
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
5233
9436
9436
3400
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BOELTER
MS
BUNCHE
A18
5264
5128
1209B
RESTRICT: UG ENGR, SEVERAL OTHER MAJORS; BIOINFO MINOR
M151B
COMPUTR SYSTMS ARCHY
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1
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12:00- 1:50P
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8:00- 9:50A
SAME AS: EL ENGR M116C
RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING JUNIORS AND SENIORS
M152A
DIGITAL DESIGN LAB
Y
187-650-201
187-650-202
187-650-203
187-650-204
187-650-205
Y 187-686-201
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TBA
MW
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 3400
12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 2444
2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 2760
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 3424
SAME AS: EL ENGR M116L
RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING JUNIORS AND SENIORS
Y 187-686-202 LAB
2
MW
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 3424
RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING JUNIORS AND SENIORS
Y 187-686-203 LAB
3
MW
4:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 3424
RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING JUNIORS AND SENIORS
Y 187-686-204 LAB
4
MW
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 3424
RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING JUNIORS AND SENIORS
Y 187-686-205 LAB
5
TBA
RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING JUNIORS AND SENIORS
152B
DGTL DSGN PROJ LAB
Y
Y -----------
LAB
1
TR
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 3436
SARRAFZADEH, M.
RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING JUNIORS AND SENIORS
161
ARTIFICL INTELLIGNC
Y
Y 187-689-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
F
TR
2:00- 3:50P
8:00- 9:50A
BOELTER 3436
BOELTER 5264
DYER, M.G.
RESTRICT: UG ENGR, SEVERAL OTHER MAJORS; BIOINFO MINOR
170A
MATH MODELING&MTHDSY
174A
INTRO-COMP GRAPHICS Y
187-696-201
----------187-710-201
187-710-202
-----------
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1
1A
1B
1
F
MW
F
F
MW
10:00- 11:50A
4:00- 5:50P
4:00- 5:50P
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
ROYCE
MS
BOELTER
HAINES
BOELTER
156
5200
3400
A2
2760
TERZOPOULOS, D.
30
110
55
55
60
PARKER, D.S.
60
42
150
SAHAI, A.
37
37
38
38
0
SUCHARD, M.A.
0
0
10
PARKER, D.S.
09
0.0
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
11
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
30
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
09
RESTRICT: UG ENGR, SEVERAL OTHER MAJORS; BIOINFO MINOR
180
ALGORITHMS&COMPLXTYY
187-720-201 DIS
187-720-202 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1B
1
F
F
TR
4:00- 5:50P
2:00- 3:50P
8:00- 9:50A
BOELTER 2760
GEOLOGY 4660
BOELTER 3400
RESTRICT: UG ENGR, SEVERAL OTHER MAJORS; BIOINFO MINOR
181
FORML LANGS&AUTOMTAY
187-780-201
187-780-202
187-780-203
187-780-204
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
F
F
F
F
MW
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
2:00- 3:50P
ROYCE
ROYCE
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
164
156
5280
5280
2444
RESTRICT: UG ENGR, SEVERAL OTHER MAJORS; BIOINFO MINOR
M185
RSRCH OPPORTUNITIES Y
187-787-201 DIS
187-787-202 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1B
1
F
F
T
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
KNSY PV 1200B
KNSY PV 1200B
BOELTER 5264
1A
2
2A
3
3A
4
R
TR
F
TR
F
MW
4:00- 5:50P
4:00- 5:50P
4:00- 5:50P
8:00- 9:50A
8:00- 9:50A
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
F
MW
TR
VAR
12:00- 1:50P ROYCE
162
4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 5422
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 7702
ONLINE
SAME AS: C&S BIO M185
188
SPECIAL COURSES
N
187-810-201
----------187-827-221
----------187-827-231
-----------
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
5264
5436
5436
5440
3400
9436
DISTEFANO, J.J.
FORD, D.
SCALZO, F.
10
45
45
45
45
40
30
0.0
LG 4.0
0.0
LG 4.0
0.0
LG 4.0
LU, S.
ZHANG, L.
ZHANG, L.
40
20
25
35
09
13
30
0.0
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
THE STAFF
30
30
Computer Science 188, seminar 4: Computational Methods for Medical Imaging
211
217A
WIRELESS&MOBILE
N
INTERNT ARCH&PRTCLS N
CM222
BIOINFRMTC&SSTM BIO N
187-827-241
587-067-200
587-103-200
587-103-280
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
4A
1
1
80
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
-----------
LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 5249
ESKIN, E.
16
07
LG 4.0
TBA
F
TR
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 5436
ROYCE
156
ERNST, J.
8
8
20
30
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
MILLSTEIN, T.D.
25
05
LG 4.0
KIM, M.
25
10
05
0.0
LG 2.0-12.0
SAME AS: BIOINFO M260B,CHEM CM260B
M229S
TPCS-BIOINFORMATICS N
587-132-201 DIS 1A
587-132-202 DIS 1B
587-179-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: BIOL CH M229S,HUM GEN M229S
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
C237A
PROTOTYP PRGRM LANGN
-----------
LEC
1
MW
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 5440
F
MW
12:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
HAINES
BOTANY
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
239
CMPTR PROG LANG&SYSN
587-222-201 DIS
587-232-200 LEC
1A
1
118
133
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
CONSERVATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND ETHNOGRAPHIC MATERIALS / 97
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
249
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CUR TOP-DATA STRCTR N
CLS
TYP
587-294-201 LEC
SEC
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
TR
2:00- 3:50P
DODD
175
WANG, W.
75
30
LG 2.0-12.0
TR
UNITS
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Computer Science 249, lecture 1:
252A
ALGRTHMS&PROCESSORSN
256A
259
262A
ADV SCALABL ARCHTCT N
COMPTR SCI-SYS DSGN N
RSNNG-PARTL BELIEFS N
263A
LANGUAGE & THOUGHT N
M266A
MODLNG&LEARN-VISION N
587-313-200 LEC
1
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5514
ERCEGOVAC, M.D.
5
30
LG 4.0
MW
MW
MW
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 1:50P
MS
ROYCE
ROYCE
5128
154
164
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
23
20
35
30
30
05
LG 4.0
LG 2.0-12.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: COMPUTER SCI,EL ENGR GRADS
587-336-200 LEC
587-357-200 LEC
587-374-200 LEC
1
1
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
587-380-200 LEC
1
TR
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 5264
DYER, M.G.
20
30
LG 4.0
1
MW
2:00- 3:15P
MS
5128
ZHU, S.
0
07
SO 4.0
1
2
1
1
TR
MW
MW
MW
5:00- 6:50P
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
4283
5422
5264
5252
SOATTO, S.
SHA, F.
SHERSTOV, A.
OSTROVSKY, R.
10
15
25
15
30
30
07
05
LG
LG
LG
LG
MW
MW
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
MS
5203
BOELTER 5252
MEKA, R.
MEKA, R.
25
25
30
30
LG 2.0-12.0
LG 2.0-12.0
PEARLSTEIN, E.J.
6
30
LG 4.0
6
30
LG 4.0
8
30
LG 4.0
0
20
30
5
23
20
30
15
30
03
30
13
SO
LG
LG
LG
LG
SO
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
587-396-200 LEC
SAME AS: STATS M232A
269
ARTIFICL INTELLIGNC
N
281A
M282B
CMPUTBLTY&CMPLEXITYN
CRYPTGRPHC PROTOCLSN
587-410-201
587-410-202
587-490-200
587-498-200
SEM
SEM
LEC
LEC
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SAME AS: MATH M209B
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
289A
CUR TPCS CMPTR THRY N
587-545-200 LEC
587-545-220 LEC
1
2
CONSERVATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND ETHNOGRAPHIC MATERIALS
238
LAB-ORGANC MTRLS II
N
539-228-200 LAB
1
T
1:00- 4:50P
RESTRICT: CONSERVATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND ETHNOGRAPHIC MATERIALS MAJORS
239
LAB-METALS II
N
539-234-200 LAB
1
M
10:00- 11:50A OFF CAM
SCOTT, D.A.
RESTRICT: CONSERVATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND ETHNOGRAPHIC MATERIALS MAJORS
M250
LAB-RCK ART&WLL PTG N
539-303-200 LAB
1
R
9:30- 1:20P
KAKOULLI, I.
SAME AS: MAT SCI M215
RESTRICT: CONSERVATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND ETHNOGRAPHIC MATERIALS MAJORS
DENTISTRY
Oral Biology
201A
205A
208
215B
229B
234
ORL BIO-ONTOGENESIS N
RSCH DSGN&DATA ANLY N
GENOMICS&PROTEOMICSN
ADV TPCS-IMMUNOLOGYN
ANTHRO-GLOBL HEALTH N
NEUROENDOCRINEIMMUNN
576-023-200
576-030-200
576-059-200
576-091-200
576-175-200
576-204-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
SEM
SEM
SEM
1
1
1
1
1
1
M
T
MW
F
M
T
10:00- 11:50A DENT
1:00- 2:50P
12:00- 12:50P DENT
10:00- 11:50A
5:30- 7:20P DENT
10:00- 11:50A
A3017
A3017
B3020
CHIAPPELLI, F.
CHIAPPELLI, F.
HU, S.
CHIAPPELLI, F.
MAIDA, C.A.
CHIAPPELLI, F.
3.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
DESIGN | MEDIA ARTS
Design | Media Arts 8 is limited to departmental majors on the first enrollment pass. Any student may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
8
21
MEDIA HISTORIES
DRAWING & COLOR
N
N
22
FORM
N
141-025-200 LEC 1
141-063-200 STU 1
MW
MW
12:30- 1:45P DODD
9:00- 11:50A BROAD
147
4230
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
300
0
30
30
SO 5.0
SO 4.0
2:00- 4:50P
BROAD
4240
THE STAFF
0
30
SO 4.0
9:00- 11:50A BROAD
4230
THE STAFF
0
30
SO 4.0
9:00- 11:50A BROAD
2:00- 4:50P BROAD
4250
4220
THE STAFF
REAS, C.
0
22
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
9:00- 11:50A BROAD
4220
THE STAFF
22
30
SO 5.0
2:00- 4:50P
BROAD
4230
STEINKAMP, J.J.
22
30
LG 5.0
9:00- 11:50A BROAD
4240
STERN, E.I.
22
30
SO 5.0
RESTRICT: DESIGN OR DESIGN|MEDIA MAJORS
141-066-200 STU 1
TR
RESTRICT: DESIGN OR DESIGN|MEDIA MAJORS
24
MOTION
N
25
28
TYPOGRAPHY
INTERACTIVITY
N
N
153
VIDEO
N
156
3D MODELING&MOTION N
157
GAME DESIGN
141-073-200 STU 1
TR
RESTRICT: DESIGN OR DESIGN|MEDIA MAJORS
141-076-200 STU 1
141-085-200 STU 1
TR
MW
RESTRICT: DESIGN OR DESIGN|MEDIA MAJORS
141-617-200 STU 1
TR
RESTRICT: DESIGN OR DESIGN|MEDIA MAJORS
141-640-200 STU 1
TR
RESTRICT: DESIGN OR DESIGN|MEDIA MAJORS
Y
141-646-200 STU 1
MW
RESTRICT: DESIGN OR DESIGN|MEDIA MAJORS
161
NETWORK MEDIA
Y
163
NARRATIVE
N
171
INTERACTIVITY&GAMES N
172
VIDEO AND ANIMATION
141-665-200 STU 1
TR
9:00- 11:50A BROAD
4240
THE STAFF
22
30
LG 5.0
2:00- 4:50P
3164
ISRAEL, R.A.
30
30
LG 5.0
9:00- 11:50A BROAD
4250
REAS, C.
22
30
LG 5.0
2:00- 4:50P
BROAD
4230
THE STAFF
22
30
LG 5.0
2:00- 4:50P
BROAD
4250
MENDEZ, R.
22
30
LG 5.0
12:30- 2:00P
BROAD
3246
MCWILLIAMS, C.B.
10
30
LG 3.0
BROAD
3246
THE STAFF
10
30
LG 4.0
9:05- 11:50A BROAD
3246
MCWILLIAMS, C.B.
10
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: DESIGN OR DESIGN|MEDIA MAJORS
141-678-200 STU 1
MW
BUNCHE
RESTRICT: DESIGN OR DESIGN|MEDIA MAJORS
141-726-200 STU 1
MW
RESTRICT: DESIGN OR DESIGN|MEDIA MAJORS
N
141-732-200 STU 1
MW
RESTRICT: DESIGN OR DESIGN|MEDIA MAJORS
173
VISUAL CMNCTN&IMAGE N
141-738-200 STU 1
TR
RESTRICT: DESIGN OR DESIGN|MEDIA MAJORS
252B
PROGRAMMING MEDIA 2 Y
269
GRADUATE SEMINAR
541-316-200 STU 1
TR
RESTRICT: DESIGN AND DESIGN|MEDIA GRAD STUDENT
N
541-414-201 SEM 1
T
2:05- 4:50P
RESTRICT: DESIGN AND DESIGN|MEDIA GRAD STUDENT
541-414-202 SEM 2
T
RESTRICT: DESIGN AND DESIGN|MEDIA GRAD STUDENT
403
GRADUATE CRITIQUE
N
404
GRADUATE TUTORIAL
N
541-606-200 SEM 1
W
5:00- 7:50P
BROAD
1250
MOELLER, C.A.
20
30
SU 2.0
ALLEN, R.
10
30
LG 3.0
MENDEZ, R.
10
30
LG 3.0
ISRAEL, R.A.
10
30
LG 3.0
STERN, E.I.
10
30
LG 3.0
RESTRICT: DESIGN AND DESIGN|MEDIA GRAD STUDENT
541-608-201 TUT
1
VAR
RESTRICT: DESIGN AND DESIGN|MEDIA GRAD STUDENT
541-608-202 TUT
2
VAR
RESTRICT: DESIGN AND DESIGN|MEDIA GRAD STUDENT
541-608-203 TUT
3
VAR
RESTRICT: DESIGN AND DESIGN|MEDIA GRAD STUDENT
541-608-204 TUT
4
VAR
RESTRICT: DESIGN AND DESIGN|MEDIA GRAD STUDENT
DIGITAL HUMANITIES
150
TPC-DGTL HUMANITIES N
402-600-200 SEM 1
TR
12:30- 1:45P
ROLFE
2118
POSNER, M.
20
30
LG 4.0
402-600-201 SEM 2
MW
12:00- 1:15P
ROLFE
2118
SNYDER, L.M.
20
30
LG 4.0
Digital Humanities 150, seminar 1:
Digital Humanities 150, seminar 2:
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
98 / DISABILITY STUDIES
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
201
DIGITAL HUMANITIES
N
250
SPECIAL TOPICS
N
CLS
TYP
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
W
2:00- 4:50P
ROLFE
2118
JOHANSON, C.
20
30
LG 5.0
802-300-200 SEM 1
TR
12:30- 1:45P
ROLFE
2118
POSNER, M.
15
30
LG 4.0
802-300-201 SEM 2
MW
12:00- 1:15P
ROLFE
2118
SNYDER, L.M.
15
30
LG 4.0
802-300-202 SEM 3
T
1:00- 3:50P
PERLOFF 1243C
PRESNER, T.S.
15
30
LG 4.0
----------028-311-201
028-311-202
028-311-203
028-311-204
028-360-200
028-450-200
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
MW
MW
WOLF, S.M.
30
4:00- 5:50P
2:00- 3:50P
DODD
BUNCHE
78
3157
THE STAFF
SCHOTTMILLER, C.D.
80
20
20
20
20
30
7
30
30
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
M
1:30- 2:50P
SEMEL
78233
FREEMAN, S.F.
20
30
SO 4.0
1
R
2:00- 4:50P
MOORE
3027
BIEGEL, S.
15
16
SO 4.0
1
VAR
MCJUNKIN, K.S.
0
30
2.0
WGYOUNG CS76
GEOLOGY 3657
GEOLOGY 3657
GEOLOGY 3657
FRANZ
1178
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
12:30- 1:45P MOORE
100
1:00- 1:50P GEOLOGY
2:00- 2:50P GEOLOGY
3:00- 3:50P GEOLOGY
9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 5644
10:00- 10:50A GEOLOGY 5644
11:00- 11:50A GEOLOGY 5644
BOYCE, J.W.
04
2:00- 2:50P
WGYOUNG CS76
TRIPATI, A.K.
9:30- 10:45A
9:00- 10:50A
11:00- 12:50P
1:00- 2:50P
3:00- 4:50P
2:00- 3:15P
HAINES
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
SCHOPF, J.W.
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
GEOLOGY 3645
GEOLOGY 4641
AKCIZ, S.O.
AURNOU, J.M.
84
28
28
28
252
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
300
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
108
27
27
27
27
85
25
25
25
30
30
0
35
35
0
10
100
25
25
25
25
0
28
28
36
14
23
30
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 5.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
0.0
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
RUSSELL, C.T.
VELLI, M.C.
ANGELOPOULOS, V.
INGERSOLL, R.V.
10
15
10
10
30
30
30
30
SO
SO
PN
PN
SEC
FEE
802-006-200 SEM 1
UNITS
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Digital Humanities 250, seminar 1:
Digital Humanities 250, seminar 2:
DISABILITY STUDIES
101W
PRSPCTVS-DSBLTY STD Y
110
M125
DISABILITY&POP CULT
ABILITY & SEXUALITY
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
1
SAME AS: LGBTS M125
Disability Studies M125, lecture 1: Queering Ableism
138SL
APPLD AUTISM INTRVN N
028-533-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M149
DISABLTY RIGHTS LAW
N
028-594-200 LEC
SAME AS: SOCIOL M120
198A
HONORS RESEARCH
Y
028-889-201 TUT
EARTH, PLANETARY, AND SPACE SCIENCES
1
INTRO TO EARTH SCI
N
8
EARTHQUAKES
N
9
SOLAR SYSTM&PLANETSN
15
INTROD-OCEANOGRAPHYN
16
MJR EVNTS-HIST LIFE
N
101
EARTH’S ENERGY
N
103A
IGNEOUS PETROLOGY
Y
C106
112
PHYSICAL GEOCHEM
Y
STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY Y
C113
C114
116
BIO&ENVIRON GEOCHEMY
AQUA GEOMICROBIO
N
PALEONTOLOGY
Y
119
136A
CONT DRFT&PLT TCTNC Y
APPLIED GEOPHYSICS Y
139
M140
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For Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 100, there will be one MANDATORY midterm examination from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, February 4, 2016. No alternate midterm examination arrangements can
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RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
128-858-221 SEM 21
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
128-858-222 SEM 22
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
128-858-223 SEM 23
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
128-858-224 SEM 24
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
128-858-225 SEM 25
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
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Winter 2016
ECONOMICS / 101
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
128-858-226 SEM 26
FEE
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNSCHED
VAN VALKENBURGH, B
10
30
PN 1.0
UNSCHED
WAYNE, R.
10
30
PN 1.0
UNSCHED
YEH, P.J.
10
30
PN 1.0
UNSCHED
ZIMMER, C.A.
10
30
PN 1.0
UNSCHED
ZIMMER, R.K.
10
30
PN 1.0
HASSON, T.W.
0
30
LG 2.0
SORK, V.
0
30
LG 2.0
LLOYD-SMITH, J.O.
30
30
SO 4.0
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
UNITS
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
128-858-227 SEM 27
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
128-858-228 SEM 28
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
128-858-229 SEM 29
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
128-858-230 SEM 30
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
194A
RESEARCH GROUP SEM N
128-866-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
128-866-201 SEM 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
200B
ECOLOGY
N
528-007-200 LEC
1
MW
3:00- 4:50P
LS
2320
RESTRICT: BIOLOGY, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR GENETICS, BIOCHEMISTRY, CHEMISTRY, MCD BIOLOGY,
MOLECULAR, CELLULAR, AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY, OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENT
200C
C219B
ADV ANIMAL BEHAVIOR N
MDLNG-ECOL RESEARCHY
C230
COMP BIO&MACROEVLTNY
263
POPULATION GENETICS N
528-003-200
----------528-118-201
528-118-202
----------528-180-201
528-180-202
528-378-200
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
LAB
LAB
SEM
1
1
1A
1B
1
1A
1B
1
TR
TR
F
F
TR
F
F
R
4:00- 6:00P
3:30- 4:45P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
9:30- 10:45A
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
LS
GEOLOGY
MS
MS
GEOLOGY
MS
MS
LAKRETZ
2320
4660
5217
5217
4660
5233
5233
100
BLUMSTEIN, D.T.
LLOYD-SMITH, J.O.
ALFARO, M.E.
TAYLOR, C.E.
20
10
5
0
10
5
5
10
30
16
12
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
SO 2.0/4.0
RESTRICT: BIOLOGY, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR GENETICS, BIOCHEMISTRY, CHEMISTRY, MCD BIOLOGY,
MOLECULAR, CELLULAR, AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY, OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENT
M290
SEM-COMPAR PHYSIOL N
528-534-200 SEM 1
W
4:00- 5:50P
MS
5233
METZNER, W.H.
10
30
SO 2.0
MW
4:00- 5:50P
BOTANY
133
JACOBS, D.K.
20
30
SO 1.0-4.0
SAME AS: PHYSCI M290
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
297
SELECTED TOPICS
N
528-582-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: BIOLOGY, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR GENETICS, BIOCHEMISTRY, CHEMISTRY, MCD BIOLOGY,
MOLECULAR, CELLULAR, AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY, OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENT
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 297, seminar 1:
528-582-202 SEM 2
UNSCHED
LLOYD-SMITH, J.O.
20
30
SO 1.0-4.0
RESTRICT: BIOLOGY, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR GENETICS, BIOCHEMISTRY, CHEMISTRY, MCD BIOLOGY,
MOLECULAR, CELLULAR, AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY, OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENT
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 297, seminar 2:
528-582-203 SEM 3
UNSCHED
HUBBELL, S.P.
10
30
SO 1.0-4.0
RESTRICT: BIOLOGY, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR GENETICS, BIOCHEMISTRY, CHEMISTRY, MCD BIOLOGY,
MOLECULAR, CELLULAR, AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY, OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENT
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 297, seminar 3:
528-582-204 SEM 4
M
4:00- 5:50P
LAKRETZ 300A
SMITH, T.B.
10
30
SO 1.0-4.0
RESTRICT: BIOLOGY, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR GENETICS, BIOCHEMISTRY, CHEMISTRY, MCD BIOLOGY,
MOLECULAR, CELLULAR, AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY, OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENT
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 297, seminar 4:
528-582-208 SEM 8
UNSCHED
BARBER, P.H.
10
30
SO 1.0-4.0
RESTRICT: BIOLOGY, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR GENETICS, BIOCHEMISTRY, CHEMISTRY, MCD BIOLOGY,
MOLECULAR, CELLULAR, AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY, OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENT
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 297, seminar 8:
528-582-209 SEM 9
M
4:30- 6:20P
LS
2306
BENSON, J.F.
10
30
SO 1.0-4.0
SPROUL, M.F.
406
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
300
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
300
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
11
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
ECONOMICS
For all undergraduate economics courses except Economics 1, 2, and 19, enrollment is not allowed until the first enrollment pass.
1
2
PRIN OF ECONOMICS
PRIN OF ECONOMICS
N
Y
----------180-004-201
180-004-202
180-004-203
180-004-204
180-004-205
180-004-206
180-004-207
180-004-208
180-004-209
180-004-210
180-004-211
180-004-212
180-004-213
180-004-214
----------180-004-221
180-004-222
180-004-223
180-004-224
180-004-225
180-004-226
180-004-227
180-004-228
180-004-229
180-004-230
----------180-008-201
180-008-202
180-008-203
180-008-204
180-008-205
180-008-206
180-008-207
180-008-208
180-008-209
180-008-210
LEC
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
LEC
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
QIZ
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
2I
2J
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
TR
M
M
F
F
F
M
F
TBA
F
F
M
T
W
M
TR
M
TBA
T
F
F
M
M
TBA
F
F
TR
M
M
T
TBA
F
F
TBA
R
R
F
8:00- 9:15A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
8:00- 8:50A
BROAD
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
2160E
2319
2317
3164
3150
1221A
3178
1221A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
9:30- 10:45A
1:00- 1:50P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HAINES
PUB AFF
3211
3156
3157
3170
3211
3150
39
2278
4:00- 4:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
9:00- 9:50A
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
DODD
2160
3150
1221A
1343
162
9:00- 9:50A
11:10- 11:50A
9:30- 10:45A
12:00- 12:50P
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BROAD
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
DODD
3153
3211
2160E
2325
3157
154
12:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
1:00- 1:50P BUNCHE
3157
2160
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
3157
1323
2325
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
ROJAS, R.
KESKINEL, M.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
12
12
102 / ECONOMICS
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
11
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
MICROECONOMC THEORYY Y -----------
LEC
1
FEE
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
11:00- 12:15P BROAD
2160E
CANTU GARCIA, C.A.
400
13
SO 4.0
9:00- 9:50A
BUNCHE
3143
4:00- 4:50P
10:00- 10:50A
5:00- 5:50P
5:00- 5:50P
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
3211
3150
1221A
2160
3164
2178
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
12:00- 12:50P
9:30- 10:45A
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
DODD
2278
3153
2178
121
LIAO, Z.
28
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
28
150
02
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
DAYS
TIME
TR
BUILDING
UNITS
RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS ONLY
41
STATS-ECONOMISTS
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
180-052-201
180-052-202
180-052-203
180-052-204
180-052-205
180-052-206
180-052-207
180-052-208
180-052-209
180-052-210
180-052-211
180-052-212
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1
M
TBA
T
M
R
W
F
M
TBA
F
M
F
MW
RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS ONLY,PRE-ECONOMICS, PRE-BUSINES ECONOMICS, PRE-ECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL AREA STUDIES
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
180-123-201
180-123-202
180-123-203
180-123-204
180-123-205
180-123-206
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
2
R
TBA
M
F
F
T
TR
4:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
3164
4:00- 4:50P
12:00- 12:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
9:30- 10:45A
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PERLOFF
2156
2181
3117
2160
1102
HAHN, J.
25
25
25
25
25
25
125
12
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS ONLY,PRE-ECONOMICS, PRE-BUSINES ECONOMICS, PRE-ECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL AREA STUDIES
101
102
103
103L
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
MICROECONOMC THEORYY Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
MACRO ECON THEORY Y Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
INTRO-ECONOMETRICS Y Y
ECONOMETRICS LAB
Y Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
180-123-221
180-123-222
180-123-223
180-123-224
----------180-123-231
180-123-232
180-123-233
180-123-234
180-123-235
180-123-236
----------180-346-201
180-346-202
180-346-203
180-346-204
180-346-205
180-346-206
180-346-207
180-346-208
180-346-209
180-346-212
----------180-346-221
180-346-222
180-346-223
180-346-224
180-346-225
180-346-226
180-346-227
180-346-228
180-346-229
180-346-230
----------180-364-201
180-364-202
180-364-203
180-364-205
180-364-206
180-364-207
180-364-208
180-364-210
180-374-200
----------180-318-201
180-318-202
180-318-203
180-318-204
180-318-205
180-318-206
180-318-207
180-318-208
180-318-209
180-318-210
180-318-211
180-318-212
180-318-213
180-318-214
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
2A
2B
2C
2D
3
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1L
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
2I
2J
1
1A
1B
1C
1E
1F
1G
1H
1J
1
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
M
F
T
TBA
TR
TBA
M
R
M
F
R
MW
W
M
M
M
T
TBA
R
F
M
F
TR
TBA
T
R
F
T
M
TBA
R
F
F
MW
W
M
F
R
F
M
T
R
TR
R
T
T
T
R
R
W
W
W
M
M
M
T
M
R
4:00- 4:50P BUNCHE
12:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
10:00- 10:50A BUNCHE
2249
3211
2249
2:00- 3:15P
PERLOFF 1102
SHENG, S.
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:30A
1:00- 1:50P
11:00- 12:15P
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
4:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
ROLFE
DODD
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
3178
2238
3156
2168
3129
147
3150
1329
3211
1343
2178
ZAME, W.R.
1:00- 1:50P
10:00- 10:50A
3:00- 3:50P
12:00- 12:50P
2:00- 3:15P
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BROAD
2317
2284
3156
3178
2160E
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
12:00- 12:50P
5:00- 5:50P
2:00- 2:50P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
3143
2178
1270
3211
3156
5:00- 5:50P
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
3:30- 4:45P
5:00- 5:50P
9:00- 9:50A
11:00- 11:50A
5:00- 5:50P
11:00- 11:50A
5:00- 5:50P
4:00- 4:50P
3:00- 3:50P
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:20P
10:00- 10:50A
9:00- 9:50A
3:00- 3:50P
10:00- 10:50A
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
3:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
DODD
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
DODD
BROAD
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
3211
1256
1278
147
3153
3170
3164
3164
2325
3178
3153
3150
147
2160E
2400A
2400A
2400A
2400A
2400A
2400A
2400A
2400A
2400A
2400A
2400A
2400A
2400A
2400A
KUNG, E.C.
GEEROLF, F.
ROJAS, R.
ROJAS, R.
24
24
25
25
125
25
25
25
25
25
25
290
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
300
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
280
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
400
400
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
15
LG
04
SO
15
SO
08
SO
13
30
SO
SO
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Economics 106E is limited to SENIOR Business Economics majors on the first enrollment pass. Other Business Economics majors may enroll on the second enrollment pass.
106E
ECON-ENTREPRENERSHPY
106EL
ECON ENTREP LAB
180-418-200 LEC
1
TR
12:30- 1:45P
PUB AFF
2214
HOPENHAYN, H.A.
75
14
LG 4.0
F
12:00- 12:50P PUB AFF
2270
HOPENHAYN, H.A.
75
30
SO 1.0
RESTRICT: BUSINESS/ECONOMIC MAJORS
Y
-----------
LEC
1
RESTRICT: BUSINESS ECONOMICS, ECONOMICS, MATH/ECONOMICS
180-331-201 LAB
180-331-202 LAB
180-331-203 LAB
1A
1B
1C
TBA
TBA
F
11:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
1221A
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
25
25
25
0.0
0.0
0.0
Winter 2016
ECONOMICS / 103
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
Economics 106V is limited to SENIOR Business Economics majors on the first enrollment pass. Other Business Economics majors may enroll on the second enrollment pass.
106V
INVESTMENTS
Y
180-328-200 LEC
1
TR
8:00- 9:15A
PUB AFF
2270
WEILL, P.
75
11
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,BUSINESS ECONOMICS, ECONOMICS, MATH/ECONOMICS
180-328-201 LEC
2
TR
9:30- 10:45A PUB AFF
2214
WEILL, P.
75
12
SO 4.0
75
30
SO 1.0
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 1.0
14
15
08
07
08
12
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
0.0
0.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
08
11
16
02
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
07
30
4.0
5.0
4.0
4.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,BUSINESS ECONOMICS, ECONOMICS, MATH/ECONOMICS
106VL
INVESTMENTS LAB
Y
-----------
LEC
1
F
10:00- 10:50A PUB AFF
2270
WEILL, P.
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,BUSINESS ECONOMICS, ECONOMICS, MATH/ECONOMICS
180-342-201
180-342-202
180-342-203
-----------
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
1A
1B
1C
2
F
F
F
F
9:00- 9:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
9:00- 9:50A
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
2400A
2400A
2400A
2270
WEILL, P.
25
25
25
75
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,BUSINESS ECONOMICS, ECONOMICS, MATH/ECONOMICS
107
111
121
122
HIST OF ECON THEORY Y
THEORS-GROWTH&DEVELY
INTERNTL TRADE THRY Y
INTERNATNL FINANCE Y
131
M135
ECON OF HEALTHCARE Y
ECON MDL-PBLC CHOIC Y
137
141
160
165
165L
URBAN&REGIONAL ECONY
MATH FINANCE
Y
MONEY AND BANKING Y
CAPITLSM-US ECONOMYY
CAPTLSM-US ECON-LAB Y
180-342-211
180-342-213
180-421-200
180-448-200
180-428-200
180-432-200
180-432-201
180-486-200
180-546-200
LAB
LAB
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
2A
2C
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
F
F
TR
TR
MW
MW
MW
TR
MW
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
9:30- 10:45A
10:00- 11:50A
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
FOWLER
PERLOFF
PERLOFF
ROYCE
DODD
2035H
2035H
2209A
2209A
A103B
1102
1102
362
162
1
1
1
1
1
1A
1B
1
1
MW
TR
TR
MW
TBA
R
R
MW
T
3:30- 4:45P
8:00- 9:15A
5:00- 6:15P
9:30- 10:45A
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
DODD
PUB AFF
2209A
2209A
147
1222
2:00- 2:50P
4:00- 4:50P
2:00- 3:15P
6:15- 9:30P
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
DODD
BUNCHE
2400A
2400A
121
3156
MCDEVITT, E.P.
ATKESON, A.G.
150
150
300
90
90
45
45
150
40
R
4:00- 6:20P
BUNCHE
A152
SIMON, W.E.
20
30
SO 4.0
TR
8:00- 9:15A
PERLOFF 1102
ROSS, S.G.
115
30
PN 1.0
0
20
30
30
LG 1.0
SO 4.0
OZLER, S.
MIYAO, T.
OZLER, S.
BURSTEIN, A.T.
BURSTEIN, A.T.
COSTA, D.L.
SCHWARTZ, T.
25
25
125
150
185
125
125
125
10
SAME AS: POL SCI M105
170
173A
INDUS ORG-THRY&TCTC Y
SOCIAL ENTRPRNRSHIP N
187
APPLICATN ECON THRY Y
180-522-200
180-545-200
180-673-200
180-390-200
----------180-690-201
180-690-202
180-720-200
180-739-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LAB
LAB
LEC
LEC
THE STAFF
CONVERY, P.D.
MILLER, S.A.
OHANIAN, L.
OHANIAN, L.
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
180-805-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Economics 187, seminar 1:
188
CAREER DEVELOPMENT N
180-828-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,ANY DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS OR PRE-ECONOMICS MAJOR
188SB
191
INDIV STD FOR USIE
VARIABLE TOPICS
Y
Y
180-899-201 TUT
180-846-200 LEC
1
1
VAR
MW
3:30- 4:45P
BUNCHE
3123
TR
3:30- 4:45P
PUB AFF
2214
2:00- 3:15P
GEOLOGY 3656
TORNELL, A.
HILL, M.
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Economics 191, lecture 1:
201B
GAME THRY&INFO ECON N
202B
BUSINESS CYCLES
N
203B
ECONOMETRICS II
N
580-060-200 LEC
1
ZAME, W.R.
80
20
SO 4.0
WEILL, P.
80
20
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
580-010-200 LEC
1
TR
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
580-058-200 LEC
1
TR
9:30- 10:45A DODD
175
HAHN, J.
80
20
SO 4.0
12:00- 1:20P
PUB AFF
4240
BRAND, J.E.
20
30
SU 4.0
4:30- 6:20P
PUB HLT
61235
COMANOR, W.S.
20
30
1.0
3:00- 5:50P
DODD
178
HEUVELINE, P.C.
2
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
M204A
CCPR SEMINAR
N
580-017-200 SEM 1
W
SAME AS: SOCIOL M225A
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
M204M
PHARMCTCL ECON&PLCYY
580-047-200 SEM 1
R
SAME AS: HLT POL M204B
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
M208
INTRO-DEMOG METHODSN
580-051-200 LEC
1
R
SAME AS: BIOSTAT M208,COM HLT M208,SOCIOL M213A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
213B
GNRL EQLBRM&GM THRYN
218B
SEM-ECONOMIC THEORYN
580-091-200 LEC
1
MW
2:25- 3:40P
BUNCHE
9383
PYCIA, M.G.
25
30
SO 4.0
1:00- 1:50P
BUNCHE
9383
PYCIA, M.G.
30
30
SU 4.0
3:30- 4:50P
BUNCHE
9383
PYCIA, M.G.
30
30
SU 4.0
5:00- 6:15P
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
580-110-200 SEM 1
T
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
219B
ECON THRY&MATH ECONN
580-113-200 LEC
1
R
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
221B
MONETARY ECON II
N
228B
SEM-MONETARY ECON
N
229B
WKSHP-MONETARY ECONN
580-126-200 LEC
1
M
BUNCHE
9383
GEEROLF, F.
25
30
SO 4.0
12:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
9383
GEEROLF, F.
40
30
SU 4.0
11:40- 12:55P BUNCHE
9383
GEEROLF, F.
30
30
SU 4.0
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
580-167-200 SEM 1
T
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
580-173-200 LEC
1
M
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
231B
ADV ECONOMETRICS 2
238B
PROSEM-ECONOMETRICSN
N
239B
WRKSHP-ECONOMETRICSN
242
ECON HIST OF THE US
580-190-200 LEC
1
TR
10:30- 11:45A BUNCHE
9383
SHENG, S.
35
30
SO 4.0
12:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
9383
SHENG, S.
40
30
SU 4.0
3:30- 4:50P
BUNCHE
9294
SHENG, S.
40
30
SU 4.0
1:00- 3:15P
BUNCHE
9383
BOUSTAN, L.M.
30
30
SO 4.0
3:30- 4:45P
HAINES
122
COSTA, D.L.
20
30
SU 4.0
12:30- 1:30P
BUNCHE
9294
COSTA, D.L.
20
30
SU 4.0
1:00- 3:20P
BUNCHE
2249
VON WACHTER, T.
20
30
SO 4.0
9:00- 10:15A BUNCHE
9294
KUNG, E.C.
20
30
SO 4.0
BRAND, J.E.
5
30
SU 4.0
1:00- 2:00P
BUNCHE
9383
VON WACHTER, T.
30
30
SU 4.0
3:30- 4:50P
BUNCHE
9383
VON WACHTER, T.
30
30
SU 4.0
5:00- 7:15P
BUNCHE
9294
HOPENHAYN, H.A.
24
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
580-229-200 SEM 1
R
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
580-235-200 LEC
1
W
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
580-254-200 LEC
1
R
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
C246B
ECONOMIC HISTORY
N
580-284-200 SEM 1
MW
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
248B
ECONOMIC HISTORY
N
261B
LABOR ECONOMICS II
N
580-311-200 SEM 1
T
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
580-377-200 LEC
1
T
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
262F
PBLC SCTR MICROECON N
580-372-200 LEC
1
TR
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
C266B
SEM-LABOR ECONOMICSN
268B
SEM-LABOR&POPULATN N
580-397-200 SEM 1
TBA
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
580-413-200 SEM 1
M
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
269B
WORKSHOP-LABOR ECONN
271B
IND ORG&PRC PLC&REG N
580-421-200 LEC
1
T
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
580-428-200 LEC
1
W
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
104 / EDUCATION
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
278B
INDSTRL ORGN&REGLTN N
279B
WRKSHP-BUSINESS ORGN
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
580-473-200 SEM 1
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
12:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
9294
HOPENHAYN, H.A.
24
30
SU 4.0
2:00- 3:20P
9383
SNIDER, C.A.
20
30
SU 4.0
DAYS
TIME
W
BUILDING
UNITS
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
580-479-200 LEC
1
T
BUNCHE
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
282A
TPCS-INTERNTNL ECON N
C285B
INTERNATIONAL ECON
580-493-200 LEC
1
MW
10:25- 11:40A BUNCHE
9294
BURSTEIN, A.T.
20
30
SO 4.0
11:45- 12:50P BUNCHE
9383
TORNELL, A.
20
30
SU 4.0
1:00- 1:50P
9294
TORNELL, A.
30
30
SU 4.0
2:00- 3:15P
ELLICKSON, B.C.
0
30
SU 4.0
6:00- 7:50P
MCGARRY, K.M.
35
30
SU 2.0
PIZZOLATO, J.E.
20
30
PN 1.0
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
580-511-200 SEM 1
W
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
288B
INTRNTL&DEVELP ECON N
580-527-200 SEM 1
R
BUNCHE
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
298B
ASSET PRICING
495
TCHING-COLLEGE ECON N
N
580-585-200 SEM 1
TR
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
580-775-200 SEM 1
T
RESTRICT: ECONOMICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
EDUCATION
19
FIAT LUX FRSHMN SEM
N
183-057-200 SEM 1
T
4:00- 5:50P
MS
6201
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
Education 19, seminar 1:
98
CRITICAL ISSUES-EDU
N
183-256-200 SEM 1
W
4:00- 5:50P
MOORE
1003
THE STAFF
20
30
LG 4.0
W
5:00- 6:20P
BOELTER 5272
THE STAFF
30
30
LG 4.0
TR
T
T
T
R
R
R
M
11:00- 12:15P
8:00- 8:50A
10:00- 10:50A
4:00- 4:50P
8:00- 8:50A
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
9:00- 12:50P
HAINES
DODD
HAINES
ROLFE
BUNCHE
HAINES
SLICHTR
FRANZ
BRAND, J.E.
13
30
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
M
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
183-256-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M108
SOCIOLOGY OF EDUC
N
C124
HIST OF HIGHER EDUC
N
----------183-368-201
183-368-202
183-368-203
183-368-204
183-368-205
183-368-206
183-445-200
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
220
178
A28
3134
1221A
A6
2834
2258A
WAGONER, R.L.
30
5
5
5
5
5
5
80
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS
C125
POLITICS OF EDUCATN
127
132
EDUCATIONAL PSYCH
N
AUTISM-MND&BRAIN&EDN
N
183-449-200 LEC
1
3140
STEINBACH TORRES,
15
30
SO 5.0
MOORE
BUNCHE
1003
1209B
DARBY, J.T.
KASARI, C.L.
18
160
30
30
LG 5.0
LG 5.0
ROYCE
156
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS OR SCIENCE EDUCATION MINORS
183-462-200 LEC
----------LEC
1
1
T
W
4:00- 6:50P
1:00- 1:50P
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS OR SCIENCE EDUCATION MINORS
183-493-201 DIS
1A
W
2:00- 4:50P
40
0.0
40
0.0
30
0.0
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS OR SCIENCE EDUCATION MINORS
183-493-202 DIS
1B
TBA
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS OR SCIENCE EDUCATION MINORS
183-493-203 DIS
1C
TBA
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS OR SCIENCE EDUCATION MINORS
183-493-204 DIS
1D
TBA
30
0.0
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS OR SCIENCE EDUCATION MINORS
139
ED PROGRAM EVALUATN N
143
UNDERSTAND PATHWAYSN
M145B
RESTORING CIVILITY
183-535-200 SEM 1
TR
3:00- 4:50P
MOORE
3030
ALKIN, M.C.
25
30
LG 5.0
W
W
F
9:00- 10:50A MOORE
11:00- 12:50P MOORE
11:00- 2:50P MOORE
3140
3140
3140
MCDONOUGH, P.M.
02
RIDLEY THOMAS, A.F
40
40
15
07
LG 4.0
0.0
LG 4.0
WF
11:00- 12:50P MOORE
3320
BIEGEL, S.
25
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS
Y
----------LEC
183-558-200 DIS
183-571-200 LEC
1
1A
1
SAME AS: CHICANO M174B
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS
147
LGBT ISSUES-ED&LAW
N
183-584-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS
C160
INTERGROUP DIALOGUE N
164
RACE AND EDUCATION
N
184
VAR TOPICS-TCH&LRN
N
183-660-200 SEM 1
T
1:00- 4:50P
MOORE
3320
HURTADO, S.
10
30
LG 4.0
MW
11:00- 12:50P MOORE
1048
ALLEN, W.R.
40
30
LG 5.0
M
5:00- 5:50P
1749
LANE, S.S.
40
30
PN 2.0
MW
9:00- 10:50A MOORE
3320
GRAMMER, J.K.
40
30
LG 5.0
T
8:00- 11:50A MOORE
3140
WOOD, J.J.
20
30
LG 5.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
183-684-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS
183-804-200 LEC
1
PAB
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
187
VARIABLE TOPICS
N
183-822-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS
Education 187, seminar 1:
183-822-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS
Education 187, seminar 2:
188SB
M190
INDIV STD FOR USIE
ARTS ED PRACTICUM
Y
Y
183-825-201 TUT 1
183-840-200 SEM 1
UNSCHED
R
6:00- 8:50P
BROAD
7240
TERANISHI, R.T.
KANE, K.M.
1
5
30
30
LG 1.0
SO 4.0
R
6:00- 8:50P
BROAD
2101
BIANCHI, J.
5
30
SO 4.0
T
3:30- 5:30P
FIELD
WILSON, C.A.
12
30
LG 4.0
T
5:00- 6:50P
MOORE
3320
SHEN, C.
15
30
LG 4.0
T
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
2120
MISTRY, R.S.
20
30
SO 4.0
SAME AS: ARTS ED M192
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M190SL ARTS ED CAPSTONE
Y
183-839-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: ARTS ED M192SL
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
196C
INST APPRNT-LAB SCH
N
183-876-200 TUT
1
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS
196D
INST APPRNTC-PARTNR N
200B
SURVEY RSRCH MTHDS N
204D
MIN ED CRS-CUL PRSP
N
C207
POLITICS OF EDUCATN
N
209C
RSCH&EVAL-HIGH EDUC N
183-872-201 TUT
1
RESTRICT: EDUCATION MINORS
583-007-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
583-061-201 LEC
1
W
5:00- 8:50P
5217
SOLORZANO, D.G.
25
30
SO 4.0
M
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
MS
3140
STEINBACH TORRES,
15
30
SO 5.0
T
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
3320
SAX, L.J.
20
30
LG 4.0
R
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
583-095-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
583-119-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
212A
LEARNING&EDUCATION N
222B
PARTPNT-OBS FLD MTH N
583-146-200 LEC
1
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
3140
SANDOVAL, W.A.
30
30
SO 4.0
T
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
3030
ANDERSON, K.M.
20
30
LG 4.0
W
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
JOHNSON, S.J.
20
30
LG 4.0
W
5:00- 8:50P
MCCARTY, T.L.
20
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
583-215-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
583-215-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
583-215-203 LEC
3
MOORE
2120
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
EDUCATION / 105
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
222D
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
QUAL INQY-SPEC TPCS
N
CLS
TYP
583-217-200 LEC
SEC
FEE
1
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
W
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
3021
SANDOVAL, W.A.
20
30
SO 4.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
Education 222D, lecture 1:
583-217-202 LEC
2
MOORE
3030
ANDERSON, K.M.
20
30
SO 4.0
F
W
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
5:00- 8:50P
3030
FRANKE, M.L.
15
30
LG 4.0
W
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
3030
NOGUERA, P.A.
22
30
LG 4.0
W
6:00- 9:50P
MOORE
FRANKE, T.M.
40
30
LG 4.0
MW
1:00- 2:50P
MOORE
2120
WEBB, N.M.
20
30
LG 4.0
3:00- 4:50P
MOORE
3140
MARTINEZ-FERNANDEZ
30
30
LG 4.0
3:00- 3:50P
GSEIS
118
WEBB, N.M.
20
30
SU 1.0
5:00- 5:50P
GSEIS
118
MARTINEZ-FERNANDEZ
30
30
SU 1.0
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
229
SEM-URBAN SCHOOLINGN
583-226-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Education 229, seminar 1:
583-226-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
230A
RSRCH DESIGN&STATS
N
230B
LINEAR STAT MODELS
N
583-230-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: LEADERSHIP STUDENTS ONLY
583-240-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
583-240-202 LEC
2
TR
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
230BL
LINEAR STAT MOD LAB
N
583-286-201 LAB
1
W
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
583-286-202 LAB
2
R
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
233
PROFESSIONL WRITING N
234
ECON APPROACHES-ED N
C244
INTERGROUP DIALOGUE N
250B
ORG ANA-HIGHER ED
583-264-200 LEC
1
T
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
2011A
ROSE, M.A.
14
30
LG 4.0
T
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
2016
DESJARDINS, R.
15
30
SO 4.0
T
1:00- 4:50P
MOORE
3320
HURTADO, S.
10
30
LG 4.0
W
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
3027
EAGAN, M.K.
20
30
LG 4.0
TR
1:00- 2:50P
MOORE
3030
SCHENKE, K.A.
20
30
SO 4.0
3:00- 4:50P
MOORE
SELTZER, M.H.
20
30
SO 4.0
5:00- 8:50P
MOORE
2016
PIZZOLATO, J.E.
20
30
SO 4.0
1:00- 4:50P
MOORE
1048
RIOS AGUILAR, C.
20
30
SO 4.0
1:00- 4:50P
MOORE
2016
HARDING, S.
10
30
LG 4.0
1:00- 4:50P
MOORE
3027
HAMMER, R.
20
30
LG 4.0
R
6:00- 9:50P
MOORE
KRATZER, C.C.
40
30
LG 4.0
W
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
2120
GRAHAM, S.H.
30
30
SO 2.0-6.0
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
1048
MCDONOUGH, P.M.
15
30
LG 4.0
R
11:00- 2:50P
MOORE
2120
ROSE, M.A.
15
30
LG 4.0-8.0
M
1:00- 4:50P
MOORE
3030
ALLEN, W.R.
20
30
LG 4.0-8.0
W
3:00- 4:50P
MOORE
2120
SELTZER, M.H.
20
30
LG 4.0-8.0
M
2:00- 4:50P
M
2:00- 4:50P
UNSCHED
F
1:00- 3:50P
M
2:00- 4:50P
MOORE
ROYCE
3027
156
FRANZ
ROYCE
2288
156
KERSEY, S.E.
ANDERSON-DEMIRAZ,
LEE, D.O.
RECINOS, K.S.
FRANKE, M.L.
23
23
16
16
23
30
30
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
M
2:00- 4:50P
M
3:00- 5:50P
M
3:00- 5:50P
M
3:00- 5:50P
M
3:00- 5:50P
M
3:00- 5:50P
MTWRF 8:00- 12:30P
MTWRF 8:00- 12:20P
MTWRF 8:00- 1:20P
MTWRF 8:00- 1:20P
MTWRF 8:00- 12:20P
MTWRF 8:00- 12:20P
MWR
8:00- 2:50P
MWR
8:00- 2:50P
W
4:00- 5:50P
T
4:00- 5:50P
T
4:00- 5:50P
F
1:00- 3:50P
F
1:00- 3:50P
W
4:00- 5:50P
W
4:00- 5:50P
M
12:00- 12:50P
MOORE
MS
MOORE
MS
MS
MOORE
FIELD
FIELD
FIELD
FIELD
FIELD
FIELD
FIELD
FIELD
GSEIS
ROLFE
3027
7608
1003
3915H
3915A
3320
MS
MS
3915A
3915H
MOORE
3320
KUSHON, S.D.
ALBER, R.L.
LEE, D.O.
PARK, J.J.
NAVA-LANDEROS, I.
LEE, D.O.
PARK, J.J.
MCMULLIN, L.S.
ALBER, R.L.
LEE, D.O.
PARK, J.J.
CHEN-HAFTECK, L.
ARIAS, M.S.
NAVA-LANDEROS, I.
MCMULLIN, L.S.
ALBER, R.L.
LEE, D.O.
ARIAS, M.S.
NAVA-LANDEROS, I.
PARK, J.J.
CHEN-HAFTECK, L.
MISTRY, R.S.
23
18
18
16
16
15
8
16
16
16
8
5
16
16
18
18
16
16
16
16
5
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
2.0-6.0
4.0-8.0
4.0-8.0
4.0-8.0
4.0-8.0
4.0-8.0
4.0-8.0
4.0-8.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.0
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 5:50P
GSEIS
ROLFE
ROLFE
111
3115
3120
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 4:50P
3:00- 5:50P
ROLFE
MOORE
3115
1048
MCMULLIN, L.S.
ALBER, R.L.
LEE, D.O.
PARK, J.J.
CHEN-HAFTECK, L.
ORELLANA, M.E.
DARBY, J.T.
16
18
16
16
5
16
16
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
3.0
3.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
583-274-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
583-322-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
N
583-348-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
255B
SEMINAR-DESIGN
N
583-416-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
Education 255B, seminar 1:
255C
SEM-DATA ANALYSIS
N
583-418-200 SEM 1
TR
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
263
SEMINAR-HIGHER EDUC N
583-478-201 SEM 1
W
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
Education 263, seminar 1:
583-478-202 SEM 2
T
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
Education 263, seminar 2: Funds of Knowledge and Forms of Capital
M266
FEMINIST THRY&RSRCH N
583-476-200 LEC
1
T
SAME AS: GENDER M266
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
270
CULTURAL STUDIES
N
583-493-200 LEC
1
T
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
272
ED POLICY&PRACTICE
N
280A
SLCTD TPCS-SPCL ED
N
281
COLLEGE ACCESS SEM N
583-505-200 DIS
1
RESTRICT: LEADERSHIP STUDENTS ONLY
583-531-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
583-458-200 SEM 1
F
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
299B
RSRCH PRACTICM EDUC N
583-590-201 CLI
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
583-590-202 CLI
2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
299C
RSRCH PRACTICM EDUC N
583-591-201 CLI
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
315B
ELEM LITERACY MTHDS N
318A
INTGRTD METHDS-ELEM N
319
MATHEMATICS METHODSN
583-018-200
583-018-202
583-034-200
583-034-202
583-576-201
SEM
SEM
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
2
1
2
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
320B
SECNDRY CNTNT&LITRC N
321
330A
330B
SECONDRY&LIT-ETHNIC N
OBSRVN&PRTCPN
N
STUDENT TEACHING
N
330C
STUDENT TEACHING
N
360B
NOVICE SEMINAR
N
390A
PSE COLLOQUIUM
N
583-576-202
583-038-200
583-038-202
583-038-203
583-038-204
583-042-200
583-529-200
583-838-201
583-838-202
583-838-203
583-838-204
583-838-205
583-839-200
583-839-202
583-522-201
583-522-202
583-522-203
583-522-204
583-522-205
583-522-206
583-522-207
583-782-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
FLD
FLD
FLD
FLD
FLD
FLD
FLD
FLD
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
2
1
2
3
4
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
111
3115
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
405B
EXPLORNG IDENTITIES
N
409
LANG STRC&ACQST&DVLN
583-800-201
583-800-202
583-800-203
583-800-204
583-800-205
583-662-201
583-662-202
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
LEC
LEC
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
W
T
T
TBA
W
R
R
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106 / ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
411
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
PROCDRL ISSUES-EVAL N
583-662-203
583-662-204
583-662-205
583-739-200
Winter 2016
CLS
TYP
SEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
3
4
5
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
R
T
TBA
R
3:00- 5:50P
2:00- 4:50P
ROLFE
ROYCE
3120
154
6:00- 9:50P
MOORE
THE STAFF
LOPEZ, E.F.
THE STAFF
CHRISTIE, C.A.
16
32
16
40
30
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
LG
3.0
3.0
3.0
4.0
M
W
T
2:00- 4:50P PAB
3:00- 5:50P PAB
9:00- 12:50P MOORE
1749
1749
1048
MCMULLIN, L.S.
PEREZ-MENDOZA, K.C
PIZZOLATO, J.E.
30
30
20
30
30
30
LG 3.0
LG 3.0
LG 4.0
5:00- 9:50P
5:00- 9:50P
5:00- 7:50P
5:00- 7:50P
5:00- 7:50P
5:00- 7:50P
5:00- 7:50P
5:00- 7:50P
5:00- 7:50P
9:00- 11:50A
9:00- 11:50A
3:00- 5:50P
3:00- 5:50P
1:00- 2:50P
MOORE
MOORE
MS
MS
MS
BOELTER
HAINES
BOELTER
MS
HUMANTS
MS
MS
MS
MOORE
1048
2120
7608
3915D
3915G
4283
A76
5514
5148
A68
3915H
3915D
3915G
1048
ALARCON, R.
ORANGE, T.
KERSEY, S.E.
MCMULLIN, L.S.
PEITZMAN, F.C.
CORPUS, C.G.
KUSHON, S.D.
GREEN, R.E.
LOPEZ, E.F.
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
WILSON, C.H.
30
20
22
22
24
24
24
10
20
16
16
16
16
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
LG
LG
LG
LG
R
R
5:00- 9:50P
6:00- 9:50P
MOORE
MOORE
2120
ISKEN, J.A.
EAGAN, M.K.
40
40
30
30
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
R
6:00- 9:50P
MOORE
KRATZER, C.C.
40
30
LG 2.0
W
1:00- 4:50P
MOORE
NAPLES, R.J.
20
30
SO 2.0-8.0
RESTRICT: LEADERSHIP STUDENTS ONLY
413B
PRMRY LANG INSTRCTN N
419
RSRCH-STDNT AFFAIRS N
420A
PRINCPLS-CURRICULUMN
425
EXCPTNL INDIVIDUALS
426A
PROGRAM DVLPMT&EVALN
441A
452B
INSTRCTNL SUPRVSN A N
EDUCATION ENTERPRSE N
458B
PRACTM-DISSERTATION N
498B
DIRECTED FLD EXPER
583-764-201 LEC
583-764-202 LEC
583-791-200 LEC
1
2
1
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
N
583-629-200
583-629-202
583-629-203
583-629-204
583-629-205
583-629-206
583-629-207
583-629-208
583-629-209
583-658-200
583-658-202
583-658-203
583-658-204
583-797-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
1
T
T
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
F
F
F
F
R
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
2.0
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
583-510-200 LEC
583-717-200 LEC
1
1
RESTRICT: LEADERSHIP STUDENTS ONLY
583-821-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: LEADERSHIP STUDENTS ONLY
N
583-787-201 CLI
1
1048
RESTRICT: EDUCATION, SPECIAL ED MAJORS
583-787-202 CLI
2
MTWRF 8:00- 2:50P
FIELD
KERSEY, S.E.
22
30
SO 2.0-8.0
MTWRF 8:00- 2:50P
MTWRF 8:00- 2:50P
MTWRF 8:00- 2:50P
MTWRF 8:00- 2:50P
MTWRF 8:00- 2:50P
MTWRF 8:00- 2:50P
UNSCHED
VAR
VAR
VAR
W
6:00- 9:50P
FIELD
FIELD
FIELD
FIELD
FIELD
FIELD
MCMULLIN, L.S.
PEITZMAN, F.C.
CORPUS, C.G.
KUSHON, S.D.
GREEN, R.E.
LOPEZ, E.F.
LONON, E.
ORANGE, T.
PRICE, M.E.
PARACHINI, N.P.
TUCKER, E.
22
24
25
25
10
20
20
25
20
15
40
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
499B
ADV DIR FIELD EXPER
N
583-787-203
583-787-204
583-787-205
583-787-206
583-787-207
583-787-208
583-787-209
583-787-211
583-787-212
583-787-214
583-792-200
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
14
1
MOORE
2.0-8.0
2.0-8.0
2.0-8.0
2.0-8.0
2.0-8.0
2.0-8.0
2.0-8.0
2.0-8.0
2.0-8.0
2.0-8.0
4.0-8.0
RESTRICT: LEADERSHIP STUDENTS ONLY
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Students who enroll in upper division HSSEAS courses without completing the requisites are subject to disenrollment after the second class meeting. If necessary, consult an HSSEAS counselor in
6426 Boelter Hall.
10
CIRCUIT THEORY I
N
-----------
LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
ROYCE
190
GUPTA, P.
96
HEYRAT, M.
24
24
24
24
96
07
LG 4.0
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 1.0
09
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
11
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
03
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
16
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
15
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
09
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
11L
CIRCUITS LAB I
N
190-031-201
190-031-202
190-031-203
190-031-204
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
M
T
R
TBA
W
10:00- 10:50A BOELTER 4283
2:00- 2:50P BOELTER 5280
4:00- 4:50P BOELTER 5280
9:00- 9:50A
FRANZ
1260
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
HUMANTS
18132J
18132J
18132J
18132J
135
POTKONJAK, M.
24
24
24
24
0
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
ROLFE
KNSY PV
A65
135
3134
1220B
MESGHALI, F.
0
0
0
90
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
FRANZ
5273
5273
4413
1260
WILLIAMS, B.S.
30
30
30
90
JARRAHI, M.
30
30
30
75
CABRIC, D.
25
25
25
100
PAMARTI, S.
25
25
25
25
72
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
M16
LOGC DSGN-DGTL SSTM N
190-033-201
190-033-202
190-033-203
190-033-204
-----------
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
F
F
F
F
MW
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
4:00- 5:50P
SAME AS: COM SCI M51A
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
100
ELCTRCL&ELCTRNC CIR Y
190-048-201
190-048-202
190-048-203
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
F
F
F
TR
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 1:50P
10:00- 11:50A
8:00- 9:15A
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
101A
ENGR ELECTROMAGNTCSY
190-397-201
190-397-202
190-397-203
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
M
W
F
MW
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
10:00- 11:50A
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
101B
ELECTROMAGNTC WAVESY
190-306-201
190-306-202
190-306-203
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
TBA
F
T
TR
12:00- 12:50P BOELTER 5252
12:00- 12:50P BOELTER 5252
4:00- 5:50P BOELTER 2444
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
102
SYSTEMS AND SIGNALS Y
190-307-201
190-307-202
190-307-203
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
T
T
F
TR
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
5280
5252
5272
3400
BOELTER
HAINES
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
5273
A2
5252
5272
5249
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
110
CIRCUIT THEORY II
Y
190-412-201
190-412-202
190-412-203
190-412-204
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
F
F
F
F
MW
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
190-448-201 DIS
1A
F
11:00- 11:50A HUMANTS 135
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
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0.0
Winter 2016
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING / 107
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
110L
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CIRCUIT MSRMNTS LAB Y
CLS
TYP
190-448-202 DIS
190-448-203 DIS
190-460-201 LAB
SEC
1B
1C
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
F
F
T
12:00- 12:50P BOELTER 4283
1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 4283
12:00- 3:50P ENGR IV 18132J MESGHALI, F.
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
24
24
20
30
0.0
0.0
LG 2.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
190-460-202 LAB
2
T
4:00- 7:50P
ENGR IV
18132J MESGHALI, F.
20
30
LG 2.0
ENGR IV
18132J BABAIE, H.
20
30
LG 2.0
ENGR IV
18132J HEYRAT, M.
20
30
LG 2.0
190
72
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
190-460-203 LAB
3
R
12:00- 3:50P
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
190-460-204 LAB
4
W
4:00- 7:50P
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
111L
CIRCUITS LAB II
Y
-----------
LEC
1
W
11:00- 11:50A ROYCE
30
LG 1.0
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
18132J
18132J
18132J
18132J
44110 BRIGGS, D.M.
HEYRAT, M.
24
24
24
0
0
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
44110
44110
0
28
30
0.0
LG 4.0
KNSY PV
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
ENGR IV
1200B ABIDI, A.A.
5272
5422
5280
18132J BABAIE, H.
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
113DA
DGTL SGNL PRCSG DES Y
190-366-201
190-366-202
190-366-203
190-366-204
-----------
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
M
M
M
M
TR
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
10:00- 10:50A
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
113DB
DGTL SGNL PRCSG DES Y
115A
ANALG ELCTRN CRCT 1 Y
115AL
ANALOG ELCTRN LAB 1 Y
190-378-201 LAB
190-379-200 LAB
1A
1
TR
TR
11:00- 1:50P
4:00- 5:50P
BRIGGS, D.M.
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
----------190-492-201
190-492-202
190-492-203
190-493-201
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
LAB
1
1A
1B
1C
1
MW
T
T
R
R
10:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
10:00- 10:50A
4:00- 7:50P
75
25
25
25
17
03
30
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 2.0
50
01
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
115B
ANALG ELCTRN CRCT 2 Y
-----------
LEC
1
MW
8:00- 9:50A
BOELTER 2760
MOLOUDI, S.
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
115C
DGTL ELCTRNC CIRCTS Y
M116C
COMPUTR SYSTMS ARCHY
190-494-201
190-494-202
----------190-496-201
190-496-202
-----------
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1
1A
1B
1
T
W
TR
F
R
MW
2:00- 2:50P
1:00- 1:50P
4:00- 5:50P
2:00- 2:50P
10:00- 10:50A
8:00- 9:50A
BOELTER 5252
BOELTER 5273
HUMANTS A65
WGYOUNG 4216
GEOLOGY 3656
BUNCHE 1209B
MARKOVIC, D.
REINMAN, G.D.
25
25
50
25
25
0
01
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
16
SAME AS: COM SCI M151B
RESTRICT: EE,CS,CS&E,CYBER,PRECYB UNDERGRADS
M116L
DIGITAL DESIGN LAB
Y
190-509-201
190-509-202
190-509-203
Y 190-511-201
DIS
DIS
DIS
LAB
1A
1B
1C
1
F
F
F
MW
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
10:00- 11:50A
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
3400
2444
2760
3424
0
0
0
0
03
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 2.0
BOELTER 3424
0
07
LG 2.0
BOELTER 3424
0
09
LG 2.0
SAME AS: COM SCI M152A
RESTRICT: EE,CS,CS&E,CYBER,PRECYB UNDERGRADS
Y 190-511-202 LAB
2
MW
2:00- 3:50P
RESTRICT: EE,CS,CS&E,CYBER,PRECYB UNDERGRADS
Y 190-511-203 LAB
3
MW
4:00- 5:50P
RESTRICT: EE,CS,CS&E,CYBER,PRECYB UNDERGRADS
Y 190-511-204 LAB
4
MW
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 3424
0
05
LG 2.0
0
20
LG 2.0
DZHANIDZE, R.P.
0
15
LG 4.0
WOO, J.C.
0
0
0
60
14
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: EE,CS,CS&E,CYBER,PRECYB UNDERGRADS
Y 190-511-205 LAB
5
TBA
RESTRICT: EE,CS,CS&E,CYBER,PRECYB UNDERGRADS
M117
NETWRK-PHYSCL LAYER N
-----------
LEC
1
TR
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 5440
SAME AS: COM SCI M117
RESTRICT: EE,CS,CS&E,CYBER,PRECYB UNDERGRADS
121B
PRIN-SEMICON DEVICE Y
190-402-201
190-402-202
190-402-203
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
W
W
W
TR
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
FRANZ
3704
3704
3704
2258A
RESTRICT: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, COMPUTER SCIENCE, COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, CYBERNETICS, CHEMISTRY, MATERIALS
SCIENCE, AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATES
121DA
SEMICNDCTR DESIGN
Y
190-576-201 DIS
190-576-202 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1B
1
T
R
TR
4:00- 4:50P BOELTER 5280
4:00- 4:50P BOELTER 4413
10:00- 11:50A SLICHTR 2834
CHUI, C.O.
30
30
21
30
0.0
0.0
4.0
15
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING OR CHEMICAL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATES
123B
FUNDMNT-SOLID ST II
Y
190-427-201
190-427-202
190-427-203
190-587-200
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
T
W
R
TR
12:00- 3:50P
12:00- 3:50P
12:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
BOELTER
14131B
14131B
14131B
5272
CANDLER, R.N.
7
7
7
20
RESTRICT: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, COMPUTER SCIENCE, COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, CYBERNETICS, CHEMISTRY, MATERIALS
SCIENCE, AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATES
131A
PROBABILITY&STATS
Y
-----------
LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
KNSY PV
1200B
BOELTER
BOELTER
PUB AFF
HUMANTS
5252
5280
2270
135
DOLECEK, L.
75
DIGGAVI, S.N.
25
25
25
75
RUBIN, I.
25
25
25
35
07
LG 4.0
03
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
132A
COMMUNICATN SYSTEMSY
190-625-201
190-625-202
190-625-203
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
F
R
F
MW
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
11:00- 11:50A
10:00- 11:50A
RESTRICT: EE,CS,CS&E,CYBR,CHM,MAT,MECH UNDRGD
132B
DATA CMNCTN&TELECOMY
190-630-201
190-630-202
190-630-203
190-631-280
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
80
W
1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5280
F
12:00- 12:50P BOELTER 5419
F
1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5273
UNSCHED
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
134
GRAPH THEORY
N
141
PRINC-FEEDBK CONTRL Y
----------LEC
190-636-201 DIS
----------LEC
1
1A
1
TR
W
MW
12:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
4:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 5420
BOELTER 5272
KNSY PV 1200B
FRAGOULI, C.P.
LORENZELLI, F.
30
30
90
14
09
LG 4.0
0.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
163DA
MICROWAV&WIRELESS 1 Y
190-675-201
190-675-202
190-675-203
----------190-678-201
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LAB
1A
1B
1C
1
1A
F
F
F
T
F
10:00- 10:50A
1:00- 1:50P
11:00- 11:50A
10:00- 10:50A
9:00- 11:50A
FRANZ
KNSY PV
FRANZ
BOELTER
DODD
1260
1240B
1260
5280
162
ITOH, T.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
30
30
30
25
25
13
0.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
108 / ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
164DA
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
RF DESIGN I
Y
-----------
Winter 2016
CLS
TYP
SEC
LEC
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
F
1:00- 1:50P
ENGR IV
18132
RAZAVI, B.
20
07
ENGR IV
BOELTER
BOELTER
ENGR IV
18132
5422
5272
53133
CR
TP
UNITS
4.0
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
170B
PHTNC DEVICES&CRCTS Y
173DB
PHOTONCS&COMM DESGNY
190-684-201
----------190-719-201
-----------
LAB
LEC
REC
LEC
1A
1
1A
1
F
MW
W
R
2:00- 4:50P
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
LIU, J.M.
STAFSUDD, O.M.
20
20
20
12
07
30
0.0
LG 4.0
0.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING OR COMPUTER SCIENCE OR COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING OR CYBERNETICS OR CHEMISTRY
UNDERGRADUATES
180DA
SYSTEMS DESIGN
N
180DB
SYSTEMS DESIGN
Y
190-759-201 LAB
----------LEC
1A
1
R
M
2:00- 4:50P
2:00- 3:50P
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
53133
44110
KAISER, W.J.
12
0
08
0.0
4.0
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
44110
44110
POTTIE, G.J.
0
25
30
0.0
LG 4.0
BUNCHE
2150
CARNESALE, A.
0
16
LG 4.0
BOELTER 5280
HE, L.
HE, L.
25
35
09
30
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
BOELTER 8500
SAYED, A.H.
28
07
LG 4.0
ONLINE
SAYED, A.H.
35
30
LG 4.0
ALWAN, A.A.
25
03
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
190-783-201 LAB
190-784-200 LAB
1A
1
W
F
12:00- 3:50P
12:00- 3:50P
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS,MATH-COMP,CYBERNT
CM182
SCI&TECH&PUBLC PLCY N
190-792-200 LEC
1
R
1:00- 2:50P
1
80
MW
4:00- 5:50P
UNSCHED
SAME AS: PUB PLC CM182
201C
VLSI MODELING
N
594-008-200 LEC
594-008-280 LEC
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
210A
ADAPTATION&LEARNING N
594-030-200 LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
594-030-280 LEC
80
VAR
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
M214A
DIGITL SPEECH PRCSS
N
594-050-200 LEC
1
MW
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5420
SAME AS: BIOENGR M214A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
594-050-280 LEC
80
VAR
ALWAN, A.A.
35
30
LG 4.0
YANG, C.K.
45
20
LG 4.0
DARABI, H.
25
03
LG 4.0
DARABI, H.
35
30
LG 4.0
OZCAN, A.
25
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
215B
ADV DGTL INTGR CRCT N
215C
RF CIRCUITS&SYSTEMS N
594-060-200 LEC
1
TBA
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
594-065-200 LEC
1
MW
10:00- 11:50A ROYCE
164
RESTRICT: EE GRADUATE STUDENTS
594-065-280 LEC
80
UNSCHED
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
M217
BIOMEDICAL IMAGING
N
594-098-200 LEC
1
TR
4:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 5252
TR
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 5436
SAME AS: BIOENGR M217
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
218
NTWRK ECON&GAM THRYN
594-107-200 LEC
1
VAN DER SCHAAR, M.
40
15
LG 4.0
VAN DER SCHAAR, M.
35
30
LG 4.0
WONG, C.W.
DANESHRAD, B.
40
28
03
01
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
RUBIN, I.
25
03
LG 4.0
VANDENBERGHE, L.
40
09
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
594-107-280 LEC
80
VAR
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
223
230B
SOLID ST ELECTRNC I
N
DIGITAL CMMNCTN SYS N
232B
TELCOM SWCH&QUE SYSN
594-128-200 LEC
594-173-200 LEC
1
1
MW
MW
10:00- 11:50A HAINES
A44
8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 5252
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
594-185-200 LEC
1
TBA
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
236B
CONVEX OPTIMIZATION N
594-212-200 LEC
1
MW
4:00- 5:50P
GEOLOGY 4660
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
239AS
SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS N
M250B
MEMS FABRICATION
594-229-201 LEC
1
MW
4:00- 5:50P
FRANZ
ROYCHOWDHURY, V.P.
120
30
SO 4.0
MW
12:00- 1:50P
LAKRETZ 120
1178
THE STAFF
0
05
LG 4.0
TR
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 5264
CHEN, Y.
0
14
LG 4.0
MW
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 4413
ITOH, T.
15
30
LG 4.0
TR
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 4413
JOSHI, C.J.
20
30
LG 4.0
TR
MW
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 5420
MS
5128
LIU, J.M.
IYER, S.S.
25
25
15
30
LG 4.0
SO 4.0
R
1:00- 2:50P
PUB AFF
CARNESALE, A.
0
16
LG 4.0
WATSON, D.C.
0
30
SU 3.0
THE STAFF
80
30
SU 1.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
594-303-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: BIOENGR M250B,MECH&AE M280B
M257
NANOSCIENCE
N
594-342-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: MECH&AE M287
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
261
MCRWV&MLMTR WV CRCTN
594-358-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
271
CLSSCL LASER THEORY N
594-379-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
273
279AS
NONLINEAR PHOTONICS N
TPC-PHYS&WV ELCTRNCN
594-438-200 LEC
594-410-200 LEC
1
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
CM282
SCI&TECH&PUBLC PLCY N
594-492-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: PUB PLC CM282
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
295
ACADMC TECH WRITING N
594-571-200 SEM 1
TBA
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
297
TOPICS IN ELEC ENGR
N
594-582-201 SEM 1
M
1:00- 1:50P
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE
Engineering
Students who enroll in upper division HSSEAS courses without completing the requisites are subject to disenrollment after the second class meeting. If necessary, consult an HSSEAS counselor in
6426 Boelter Hall.
95
INTERNSHIP
N
96
INTRO-ENGR DESIGN
N
M101
NANOSCI&NANOTECH
Y
186-285-201
186-285-202
----------186-288-201
186-288-202
-----------
TUT
TUT
LEC
LAB
LAB
LEC
1
2
1
1A
1B
1
VAR
VAR
F
TBA
F
TR
1A
1B
1
F
F
MW
11:00- 11:50A BOELTER 4413
ESKIN, E.
WESEL, R.D.
STAFSUDD, O.M.
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
THE STAFF
0
0
28
14
14
0
BULU-TACIROGLU, M.
0
0
199
MS
5225
BOELTER 2760
30
30
07
15
PN 2.0-4.0
PN 2.0-4.0
LG 2.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
09
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
SAME AS: MAT SCI M105
111
FINANCE&MARKETING
N
186-303-201 DIS
186-303-202 DIS
----------LEC
10:00- 10:50A DODD
78
12:00- 12:50P BOELTER 5422
4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG CS76
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
186-367-201
186-367-202
186-367-203
186-367-204
186-367-205
186-367-206
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
F
F
F
F
F
F
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
5420
5420
5420
5420
5420
5420
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
33
34
34
33
32
33
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Winter 2016
ENGLISH / 109
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
112
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
N
-----------
CLS
TYP
SEC
LEC
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
TR
4:00- 5:50P
PAB
1425
WILSON, N.M.
186
16
LG 4.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
186-377-201
186-377-202
186-377-203
186-377-204
186-377-205
186-377-206
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
F
F
F
F
F
F
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
5422
5422
5422
5422
5422
5422
31
31
31
31
31
31
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Engineering 183EW, there is a maximum of 20 students per discussion section. Students MUST attend the section in which they are enrolled; they cannot enroll in one section and attend another.
Students cannot move from one section to another once the term begins.
183EW
ENGINEERING&SOCIETY Y
Y -----------
LEC
1
MW
8:00- 9:50A
BOELTER 3400
WELTMAN, G.
136
26
LG 4.0
26
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES OR JUNIORS OR SENIORS,ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
185EW
ART-ENGR ENDEAVORS Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
186-799-201
186-799-202
186-799-203
186-799-204
186-799-205
186-799-206
186-799-207
186-799-208
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DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1
T
T
W
W
R
R
F
F
MW
10:00- 12:50P
1:00- 3:50P
10:00- 12:50P
1:00- 3:50P
10:00- 12:50P
1:00- 3:50P
8:00- 10:50A
9:00- 11:50A
10:00- 11:50A
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
4283
4283
4283
4283
4283
4283
4413
4283
5273
SILVERSTEIN, R.L.
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
40
RESTRICT: SENIORS ONLY,ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
200
Y 186-811-201 DIS
Y 186-811-202 DIS
PROGRM MGMT PRNCPLSN
586-000-280 LEC
204
TRUSTED SYSTEMS
1A
1B
80
F
F
VAR
9:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5436
9:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5252
ONLINE
LACKMAN, L.M.
20
20
35
30
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
ONLINE
KUNG, K.C.
35
30
LG 4.0
ONLINE
THE STAFF
30
30
LG 4.0
UNSCHED
SRIVASTAVA, M.B.
0
30
LG 4.0
UNSCHED
TACIROGLU, E.
0
30
LG 4.0
UNSCHED
SIEGEL, N.
0
30
LG 4.0
UNSCHED
ZHANG, L.
0
30
LG 4.0
UNSCHED
ZHONG, X.
0
30
LG 4.0
UNSCHED
GHONIEM, N.M.
0
30
LG 4.0
UNSCHED
ZHONG, X.
0
30
LG 4.0
UNSCHED
GADH, R.
0
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
N
586-024-280 LEC
80
VAR
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
213
DATA&BSNS ANALYTICS N
586-041-280 LEC
80
VAR
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
299
CAPSTONE PROJECT
N
586-596-201 ACT 1
RESTRICT: ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
586-596-202 ACT 2
RESTRICT: ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
586-596-203 ACT 3
RESTRICT: ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
586-596-204 ACT 4
RESTRICT: ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
586-596-205 ACT 5
RESTRICT: ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
586-596-206 ACT 6
RESTRICT: ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
586-596-207 ACT 7
RESTRICT: ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
586-596-208 ACT 8
RESTRICT: ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
586-596-209 ACT 9
UNSCHED
VAN DER SCHAAR, M.
0
30
LG 4.0
UNSCHED
JU, J.
0
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
586-596-210 ACT 10
RESTRICT: ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
ENGLISH
English 100 thru 179 are limited to English and American Literature and Culture majors and English minors. Any student meeting course requisites may enroll beginning November 19, 2015, space
permitting. English 180 thru M191E are limited to SENIOR English and/or American Literature and Culture majors. JUNIOR English and/or American Literature and Culture majors and English minors
may enroll beginning November 19, 2015, space permitting.
For English 4HW seating is prioritized for current College Honors students who are encouraged to sign up by visiting the English Undergraduate Offices in 158/160 Humanities Building. Other students
may obtain seats after all interested College Honors students have been accommodated.
4HW
CRITCL READ&WRITING Y
Y 196-120-200 LEC
1
TR
12:00- 1:50P
HAINES
122
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
F
F
F
TBA
F
F
TBA
TBA
MWF
F
F
F
F
F
F
8:00- 9:50A
10:00- 11:50A
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
4:00- 5:50P
8:00- 9:50A
8:00- 9:50A
12:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
11:00- 12:15P
10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
BUNCHE
HUMANTS
MS
ROLFE
HAINES
PUB AFF
ROLFE
HAINES
ROYCE
ROYCE
MS
PUB AFF
HAINES
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HUMANTS
ROYCE
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
1221A
A26
3915A
3121
A20
1270
3105
110
150
150
5203
1337
A6
3211
3170
A32
190
A56
A60
A66
CASSARINO, S.
20
30
LG 5.0
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
160
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
160
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
13
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
SO
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
4W
CRITCL READ&WRITING Y
10B
LIT-ENGL 1700-1850
10C
LIT-ENGL 1850-NOW
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
196-113-201
196-113-202
196-113-203
196-113-204
196-113-205
196-113-206
196-113-207
196-113-208
196-113-209
196-113-210
196-113-211
196-113-212
196-113-213
196-113-214
196-113-215
196-113-216
----------196-031-201
196-031-202
196-031-203
196-031-204
196-031-205
196-031-206
196-031-207
196-031-208
----------196-032-201
196-032-202
196-032-203
196-032-204
196-032-205
196-032-206
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
COHEN, M.C.
11:00- 11:50A HUMANTS A56
11:00- 11:50A HUMANTS A60
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
2209A
A40
A66
A68
A32
A40
A56
LOPEZ, M.K.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
07
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
110 / ENGLISH
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
19
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
FIAT LUX FRSHMN SEM
N
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
196-032-207 DIS 1G
196-032-208 DIS 1H
196-056-201 SEM 1
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
HUMANTS A60
HUMANTS A66
HAINES
110
JAGER, E.
20
20
20
30
0.0
0.0
PN 1.0
HAINES
ROWE, K.E.
20
30
PN 1.0
10:00- 11:50A WGYOUNG 1044
WILSON, R.
20
30
SO 5.0
3:30- 4:45P
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
12:30- 1:45P
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 3:15P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:15P
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
10:00- 11:50A
DODD
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
GEOLOGY
HUMANTS
PUB AFF
HUMANTS
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
PUB AFF
HAINES
PUB AFF
ROLFE
175
A56
A60
A56
A60
3656
A68
1270
A68
1270
2214
A56
A60
A56
A60
135
A68
2333
A28
2333
3126
HYDE, C.L.
08
GALLAGHER, L.
80
20
20
20
20
80
20
20
20
20
80
20
20
20
20
80
20
20
20
20
30
30
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
ROLFE
3126
STREETER, C.A.
30
30
SO 5.0
LOPEZ, M.K.
60
04
SO 5.0
03
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
F
F
T
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
W
4:00- 5:15P
TR
MW
F
F
F
F
TR
F
F
F
F
MW
F
F
F
F
TR
F
F
F
F
TR
ROOM
UNITS
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
English 19, seminar 1: Being There: History and Gossip in Jean Froissart’s Chronicles
196-056-202 SEM 2
A20
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
English 19, seminar 2:
20W
INT-CREATIVE WRITNG
Y
Y 196-156-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
80
MAJOR AMER AUTHORS N
85
AMERICAN NOVEL
N
90
SHAKESPEARE
N
91C
INTRO TO FICTION
N
M101A
PREMOD QUEER LT&CLT Y
----------196-220-201
196-220-202
196-220-203
196-220-204
----------196-227-201
196-227-202
196-227-203
196-227-204
----------196-234-201
196-234-202
196-234-203
196-234-204
----------196-274-201
196-274-202
196-274-203
196-274-204
196-303-200
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
DIMURO, J.A.
DICKEY, S.J.
THE STAFF
14
07
15
SAME AS: GENDER M105A,LGBTS M101A
English M101A, lecture 1: Queer Figures of Allegory and Covenant in Premodern Cultures
M104B
AFR AM-HRLM REN-60S Y
196-335-200 LEC
1
MW
4:00- 5:50P
1
MW
11:00- 12:15P HAINES
A25
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
TBA
W
TBA
W
MW
3:00- 3:50P
3915D
4:00- 4:50P MS
10:00- 11:50A ROYCE
5217
162
ROWE, K.E.
15
15
15
15
30
SAME AS: AF AMER M104B
M105B
CHCNO LIT 1920-1970
Y
-----------
LEC
SAME AS: CHICANO M105B
M107A
STDS-WOMENS WRITING Y
196-381-201
196-381-202
196-381-203
196-381-204
196-355-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
MS
SAME AS: GENDER M107A
English M107A, lecture 1: Women’s Words: Gender, Ethnicity, and History
110T
WRITING-ENGL MAJOR
Y
111A
112B
113B
115E
116A
117
119
HEBREW BIBLE-TRNSLT
CELTIC MYTHOLOGY
STRC-PRESNT-DAY ENG
SCIENCE FICTION
EXPERIMENTL FICTION
LIT-CLFRNIA&US WEST
LITERARY CITIES
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
MW
12:00- 1:50P
HAINES
110
CUNNINGHAM, K.J.
20
30
SO 5.0
196-364-200
196-375-200
196-379-200
196-394-200
196-396-200
196-402-200
-----------
196-388-200 LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TR
TR
TR
MW
MW
MW
TR
4:00- 5:50P
2:00- 3:50P
8:00- 9:50A
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
9:30- 10:45A
HUMANTS
MS
ROLFE
MS
HUMANTS
ROYCE
HAINES
A26
5203
3126
5203
A26
150
A25
MANIQUIS, R.M.
NAGY, J.F.
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
MAKDISI, S.
30
30
30
30
30
30
60
16
15
11
05
07
07
12
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
196-416-201
196-416-202
196-416-203
196-416-204
196-416-210
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
2
TBA
TBA
R
R
MW
12:00- 12:50P ROLFE
12:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
12:00- 1:50P DODD
3120
2173
154
TORRES, S.V.
15
15
15
15
15
05
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
196-423-200
----------196-425-201
196-425-202
196-451-200
196-462-200
196-475-200
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
1
1A
1B
1
1
1
TR
TR
R
R
MW
TR
TR
2:00- 3:50P
10:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
4:00- 5:50P
4:00- 5:50P
2:00- 3:50P
ROLFE
PUB AFF
HAINES
ROLFE
ROYCE
ROLFE
BUNCHE
3105
2238
A78
3120
160
3105
1265
2
TR
12:00- 1:50P
3
MW
1
1
MW
TR
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
English 119, lecture 1:
English 119, lecture 2: New York City
120
121
AESTHTCS&CRTCL THRY Y
AESTHTCS&CRTCL THRY Y
125
127
129
VIOLENCE-LITERATURE Y
PRFRMNC&MEDIA&CLTRLY
GENR&INTDSCPLN&CRIT Y
REINHARD, K.
HUEHLS, M.A.
15
13
MANIQUIS, R.M.
MCMILLAN, U.G.
GRIFFIN, C.R.
30
30
15
15
30
30
15
09
16
15
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
HUMANTS A26
SELTZER, M.I.
30
14
SO 5.0
12:00- 1:50P
ROYCE
162
HUNEVEN, M.R.
30
05
SO 5.0
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 1:50P
ROYCE
MS
160
5203
SHARPE, J.A.
D’AGUIAR, F.M.
30
30
30
14
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
English 129, lecture 1: Marriage Plots and Novel
196-475-201 LEC
English 129, lecture 2: Crime, Mystery, and Suspense
196-475-202 LEC
English 129, lecture 3: Writing Madness: Mental Illness in Literature
130
131
INTR-POSTCOLNL LITS
POSTCOLONIAL LITS
Y
Y
196-476-200 LEC
196-472-200 LEC
English 131, lecture 1: Recent Black British Literature
134
NATNLSM&TRANSNTNLSMY
196-511-200 LEC
1
MW
8:00- 9:50A
ROLFE
3135
PODDAR, N.
15
30
SO 5.0
T
12:00- 2:50P
HUMANTS 222B
YENSER, S.I.
15
30
SO 5.0
M
6:00- 8:50P
HUMANTS 222B
SIMPSON, M.E.
15
30
SO 5.0
English 134, lecture 1: National, Transnationalism, and Multi-ethnic Short Story
136
CREATV WRIT-POETRY
Y
137
CREAT WRIT-SHT STRY
Y
196-518-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
196-522-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
196-522-201 SEM 2
W
12:00- 2:50P
HUMANTS 222B
THE STAFF
15
30
SO 5.0
196-534-200 LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
ROLFE
DIMURO, J.A.
30
07
SO 5.0
196-534-201 LEC
2
MW
4:00- 5:50P
HUMANTS A26
SIMPSON, M.E.
30
09
SO 5.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
139
INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS
Y
3134
English 139, lecture 1: Henry James
English 139, lecture 2: George Eliot’s Middlemarch: For Writers of Fiction and Students Who Read to Live
140A
141
CHAUCER-CBURY TALES Y
EARLY MEDIEVAL LIT
Y
196-540-200 LEC
196-546-200 LEC
1
1
TR
TR
10:00- 11:50A HUMANTS A26
4:00- 5:50P ROLFE
3126
ALLEN, M.J.
JAGER, E.
30
30
30
30
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
1
MW
4:00- 5:50P
THOMAS, A.
30
30
SO 5.0
English 141, lecture 1: English Literature before 1066
142
LATER MEDIEVAL LIT
Y
196-552-200 LEC
ROLFE
3129
English 142, lecture 1:
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
ENGLISH / 111
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
146
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
MEDEVL STORY CYCLES Y
CLS
TYP
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5252
FISHER, M.N.
30
03
SO 5.0
MW
TR
12:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
DICKEY, S.J.
LITTLE, A.L.
30
30
05
14
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
1
1
1
MW
TR
TR
10:00- 11:50A ROLFE
3126
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5420
4:00- 5:50P ROYCE
160
SHUGER, D.K.
MCEACHERN, C.
BRAUNMULLER, A.R.
30
30
30
30
13
16
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
196-642-200 LEC
196-654-200 LEC
1
1
TR
TR
4:00- 5:50P
2:00- 3:50P
ROLFE
ROLFE
3121
3121
THE STAFF
WATSON, R.N.
30
30
16
15
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
196-673-200
----------196-680-201
196-680-202
196-680-203
196-680-204
196-685-200
1
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
TR
TR
R
R
R
R
TR
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:15P
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
5:00- 5:50P
10:00- 11:50A
ROLFE
PUB AFF
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
3126
2270
3915A
5233
3915A
5233
5203
SANCHEZ, J.L.
MELLOR, A.K.
30
15
STEPHAN, M.
30
60
15
15
15
15
30
13
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
1
MW
8:00- 9:50A
ROLFE
3126
GROSSMAN, J.H.
30
01
SO 5.0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MW
MW
TR
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
12:00- 1:50P
10:00- 11:50A
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 1:50P
10:00- 11:50A
2:00- 3:50P
ROLFE
PUB AFF
ROLFE
ROLFE
PUB AFF
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROLFE
HUMANTS
3120
2319
3126
3120
1284
3126
3115
3115
A26
HOLLANDER, A.F.
JOHNSON, A.M.
COHEN, M.C.
REED, C.R.
LEWAK, S.E.
GOODWIN, J.E.
ARDAM, J.W.
MENDELMAN, L.A.
DECKER, J.L.
15
15
30
15
15
30
15
15
30
05
03
15
07
30
07
30
13
15
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
12:30- 1:45P
HUMANTS 169
HYDE, C.L.
60
05
SO 5.0
DAYS
TIME
MW
1
1
196-610-200 LEC
196-614-200 LEC
196-622-200 LEC
196-576-200 LEC
SEC
FEE
1
BUILDING
ROOM
UNITS
English 146, lecture 1: Popular Medieval Romance and Auchinleck Manuscript
150A
150C
SHAKES-POEM&ER PLAY Y
SHAKESPEARE-TOPICS Y
196-601-200 LEC
196-607-200 LEC
ROLFE
3126
KAUFMAN 101
English 150C, lecture 1: Shakespearean Tragedy
151
152
153
MILTON
Y
LITS-ENGL RENAISANC Y
THEATRICAL RENAISNC Y
English 153, lecture 1: London Theater
157
159
TRNSLTN-ENGL RENSNC Y
LIT TOPCS 1500-1700
Y
English 159, lecture 1: 17th-Century Poetry
162B
163C
LATER ROMANTIC LIT
Y
JANE AUSTEN & PEERS Y
164B
19TH-C CRITCL PROSE
Y
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
English 164B, lecture 1: Wrangling with Woman Question
164C
19TH-CENTURY NOVEL
Y
196-686-200 LEC
English 164C, lecture 1: Victorian Novel in Standardized Form
165A
166B
167A
167B
170C
172B
173A
174B
177
IMPRL CLT 1700-1850
AMER LIT 1776-1832
AMER POETRY TO 1900
AMER FCTN TO 1900
AMER LIT SINCE 1945
DRAMA 1945-NOW
AMER PTRY 1900-1945
AMER FCTN SNCE 1945
AMERICAN CULTURE
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
196-690-200
196-697-200
196-702-200
196-703-200
196-723-200
196-733-200
196-738-200
196-745-200
196-762-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
English 177, lecture 1: Ethnic Comedy, Family Drama: American Literaqture and Television
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LEC
2
MW
196-762-211
196-762-212
196-762-213
196-762-214
196-773-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
2A
2B
2C
2D
1
TBA
W
W
W
TR
4:00- 4:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 5:50P
MS
MS
BOELTER
HAINES
3915D
6201
4283
A78
CHATTERJEE, R.
15
15
15
15
15
16
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
2
MW
12:00- 1:50P
BUNCHE
1265
WILLIFORD, D.P.
15
05
SO 5.0
3
TR
12:00- 1:50P
BUNCHE
3164
HORNBY, L.E.
30
30
SO 5.0
R
T
3:00- 5:50P
3:00- 5:50P
HUMANTS A56
HUMANTS A60
LINCOLN, K.R.
LITTLE, A.L.
10
10
30
30
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
T
12:00- 2:50P
HUMANTS A60
MCEACHERN, C.
10
30
SO 5.0
English 177, lecture 2: Reading Citizenship
179
LIT TOPICS 1850-NOW
Y
English 179, lecture 1: Victorian Secrets
196-773-201 LEC
English 179, lecture 2: British Feminism and Literature
196-773-202 LEC
English 179, lecture 3: Modernism: Experimentation, Fragmentation, and Confluence
180
182B
TOPICS-LIT & LANG
Y
RNSNC&ERLY MDRN LIT Y
196-778-200 SEM 1
196-798-201 SEM 2
English 182B, seminar 2: Staging Race in Shakespeare’s Early Modern England
196-798-203 SEM 3
English 182B, seminar 3: Dramatic Irony in Shakespeare’s Tragedies
182D
ROMANTIC LITERATURE Y
196-800-200 SEM 1
T
9:00- 11:50A HUMANTS A60
SANCHEZ, J.L.
10
30
SO 5.0
R
10:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
2121
GRIFFIN, C.R.
10
30
SO 5.0
W
9:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
2173
ARDAM, J.W.
10
30
SO 5.0
W
12:00- 2:50P
HUMANTS A56
COLACURCIO, M.J.
10
30
SO 5.0
W
12:00- 2:50P
PUB AFF
LEWAK, S.E.
10
30
SO 5.0
English 182D, seminar 1: Romanticism and Americas
182E
19TH-CENTURY LIT
Y
196-802-200 SEM 1
English 182E, seminar 1: George Eliot’s Daniel Deronda
182F
20TH&21ST-CENT LIT
Y
196-803-200 SEM 1
English 182F, seminar 1: Virginia Woolf: Lives and Afterlives
183B
19TH-CENT AMER LIT
Y
196-807-200 SEM 1
English 183B, seminar 1: Nathaniel Hawthorne
183C
20C&21C AMERICN LIT
Y
196-809-200 SEM 1
2319
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE MAJORS OR MINORS
English 183C, seminar 1: Unspeakable Visions of Beat Generation
196-809-201 SEM 2
R
12:00- 2:50P
BOELTER 5514
YENSER, S.I.
10
30
SO 5.0
R
3:00- 5:50P
HUMANTS A60
ALLEN, M.J.
10
30
LG 5.0
GOYAL, Y.
10
30
LG 5.0
10
30
LG 5.0
10
30
LG 5.0
10
30
LG 5.0
10
30
LG 5.0
10
30
LG 5.0
10
30
LG 5.0
10
10
10
10
1
1
0
1
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
English 183C, seminar 2: Extravagant American Poetry, 1965 to 2015
184
CAPSTONE SEMINAR
Y
196-811-200 SEM 1
English 184, seminar 1: Humanism: Shakespeare, Michelangelo, and a Little Leonardo
196-811-202 SEM 2
R
9:00- 11:50A HUMANTS A60
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE MAJORS OR MINORS
English 184, seminar 2: Global Novel
196-811-203 SEM 3
W
12:00- 2:50P
HUMANTS A60
GROSSMAN, J.H.
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE MAJORS OR MINORS
English 184, seminar 3: Charles Dickens
196-811-204 SEM 4
W
3:00- 5:50P
ROLFE
3116
JAGER, E.
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE MAJORS OR MINORS
English 184, seminar 4: From Ancient Epic to Medieval Romance
196-811-205 SEM 5
R
12:00- 2:50P
HUMANTS A60
MOTT, C.M.
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE MAJORS OR MINORS
English 184, seminar 5: Pornography and Politics of Sexual Representation
196-811-206 SEM 6
W
9:00- 11:50A HUMANTS A60
SHARPE, J.A.
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE MAJORS OR MINORS
English 184, seminar 6: Geographies of Multi-Racial Britain
196-811-207 SEM 7
W
12:00- 2:50P
PUB AFF
2325
THOMAS, A.
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE MAJORS OR MINORS
English 184, seminar 7: Usury in Medieval and Early Modern Literature
196-811-208 SEM 8
W
3:00- 5:50P
HUMANTS A60
BRAUNMULLER, A.R.
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,ENGLISH OR AMERICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE MAJORS OR MINORS
English 184, seminar 8: Shakespeare’s Sonnets, Longer Poems, and Their Tudor Contexts
188SB
INDIV STD FOR USIE
Y
196-811-209
196-811-210
196-811-211
196-811-212
196-829-201
196-829-202
196-829-203
196-829-204
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
TUT
TUT
TUT
TUT
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
T
12:00- 2:50P
W
9:00- 11:50A
R
3:00- 5:50P
R
9:00- 11:50A
UNSCHED
UNSCHED
UNSCHED
UNSCHED
KAUFMAN
KAUFMAN
BOELTER
BUNCHE
153
136
5514
2173
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
HUEHLS, M.A.
HEISE, U.K.
MOTT, C.M.
HUEHLS, M.A.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
112 / ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
192
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
UG PRAC-WESTWIND J
N
CLS
TYP
Winter 2016
SEC
FEE
196-829-205 TUT 5
196-857-200 SEM 1
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
1
20
30
30
LG 1.0
SO 2.0
UNITS
UNSCHED
T
5:00- 6:50P
HAINES
110
MOTT, C.M.
WILSON, R.
T
W
W
T
9:00- 11:50A
3:00- 5:50P
12:00- 2:50P
12:00- 2:50P
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
PAB
HUMANTS
A56
A56
1749
A56
CHISM, C.N.
SHUGER, D.K.
BRISTOW, J.E.
COLACURCIO, M.J.
12
12
12
12
30
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
T
3:00- 5:50P
HUMANTS A56
KAREEM, S.T.
12
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
244
246
252
254
OLD&MEDIVL ENGL LIT
RENAISSANCE LIT
VICTORIAN LIT
AMER LIT TO 1900
N
N
N
N
259
STUDIES IN CRITICSM
N
596-318-200
596-338-200
596-398-200
596-413-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
1
1
1
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS
596-448-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS
M262
STDS-AFRO-AMER LIT
N
M270
LITERARY THEORY
N
596-467-200 LEC
1
W
9:00- 11:50A HUMANTS A56
MULLEN, H.R.
12
30
SO 4.0
596-420-200 SEM 1
R
9:00- 11:50A HUMANTS A56
HEISE, U.K.
12
30
SO 5.0
1
MWF
11:00- 11:50A DODD
121
JAY, J.A.
0
04
LG 6.0
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1F
1G
1H
1
W
T
W
W
W
TBA
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TBA
1:00- 2:50P
11:00- 12:50P
9:00- 10:50A
1:00- 2:50P
3:00- 4:50P
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
1284
1343
1343
2317
2317
11:00- 12:50P PUB AFF
9:00- 10:50A PUB AFF
1343
1343
XUE, Y.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
20
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
LEC
1
TR
11:00- 12:15P BUNCHE
A163
OKIN, G.S.
35
13
SO 4.0
BARGHEER, S.
7
7
7
7
7
50
12
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
WELLS, W.R.
9
9
8
8
8
8
18
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
DELMAS, M.A.
THE STAFF
50
200
30
30
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
SAME AS: AF AMER M200E
SAME AS: COM LIT M294
ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY
Environment
M1B
FOOD-ENVIRON&SUST
Y
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LEC
SAME AS: GE CLST M1B
M109
BIOPHYSCL ENVIRONMT N
M127
SOILS&ENVIRONMENT
184-005-201
184-005-202
184-005-203
184-005-204
184-005-205
184-005-206
184-005-207
184-005-208
184-354-200
SAME AS: GEOG M109
N
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SAME AS: EE BIOL M127,GEOG M127
M133
ENVIRONMENTL SOCIOL N
184-462-201
184-462-202
184-462-203
184-462-204
184-462-205
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12:00- 12:50P
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1221A
A24
120
4413
6201
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M153
SUSTAINABLE ARCHITC N
184-486-201
184-486-202
184-486-203
184-486-204
184-486-205
184-486-206
184-618-200
DIS
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LEC
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LAKRETZ
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SAME AS: ARCH&UD CM153
RESTRICT: ENVIRO SCI MAJORS/ENVIR SYS MINORS
163
M164
BSNS&NTRL ENVIRNMNT N
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184-679-200 LEC
184-674-200 LEC
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TR
TR
9:30- 10:45A PAB
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1434A
1200
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GARRISON, N.J.
THE STAFF
250
10
30
30
PN 1.0
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THE STAFF
10
30
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9:00- 11:50A
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10
30
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THE STAFF
10
30
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9:00- 11:50A
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10
30
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9:00- 11:50A
THE STAFF
10
30
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9:00- 11:50A
THE STAFF
10
30
LG 5.0
9:00- 11:50A
THE STAFF
10
30
LG 5.0
9:00- 11:50A
THE STAFF
10
30
LG 5.0
9:00- 11:50A
THE STAFF
10
30
LG 5.0
9:00- 11:50A
THE STAFF
10
30
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SAME AS: URBN PL M160
170
180B
ENVIRON SCI COLLOQM N
PRACTICUM ENVIR SCI Y
184-720-200 SEM 1
184-781-201 LAB 1
RESTRICT: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJORS
184-781-202 LAB
2
F
RESTRICT: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJORS
184-781-203 LAB
3
F
RESTRICT: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJORS
184-781-204 LAB
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184-781-205 LAB
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184-781-206 LAB
6
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184-781-207 LAB
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RESTRICT: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJORS
184-781-208 LAB
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F
RESTRICT: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJORS
184-781-209 LAB
9
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RESTRICT: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJORS
184-781-210 LAB
10
F
RESTRICT: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJORS
184-781-211 LAB
11
F
RESTRICT: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJORS
185B
SUSTNBL LIVNG PRGRM N
185C
SUSTNBL LIVNG PRGRM N
184-812-200 LEC
1
R
4:00- 5:15P
WGYOUNG 2200
MAIDA, C.A.
35
30
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4:00- 5:15P
WGYOUNG 2200
MAIDA, C.A.
23
30
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TBA
TBA
MW
T
4:00- 5:15P
LAKRETZ 300A
MAIDA, C.A.
MAIDA, C.A.
MAIDA, C.A.
BULU-TACIROGLU, M.
KENNISON, R.L.
23
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RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
188A
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SPECIAL COURSES
SPECIAL COURSES
N
N
184-813-201
184-813-202
184-813-203
184-833-200
184-834-201
FLD
FLD
FLD
LEC
LEC
1A
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1C
1
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9:30- 10:45A PUB AFF
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2214
2258A
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Environment 188B, lecture 1:
188SB
INDIV STD FOR USIE
Y
184-830-201 TUT
1
UNSCHED
NORDBY, J.C.
1
30
LG 1.0
1
UNSCHED
SUFFET, I.H.
6
30
PN 1.0-2.0
UNSCHED
AMBROSE, R.F.
6
30
PN 1.0-2.0
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES
99
STUDENT RSRCH PRGRMN
042-297-201 TUT
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
042-297-202 TUT
2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
EPIDEMIOLOGY / 113
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
042-297-203 TUT
SEC
FEE
3
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
UNSCHED
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
GODWIN, H.
6
30
PN 1.0-2.0
ZHU, Y.
15
13
SO 4.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C125
TRNSFM-AIRBRN CHMCLN
042-450-201 LEC
1
TR
10:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
61269
1
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MAHENDRA, S.
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ZHU, Y.
GODWIN, H.
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ZHU, Y.
10
30
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ZHU, Y.
23
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C200B
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SUFFET, I.H.
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JACKSON, R.J.
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KRAUSE, N.
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842-048-201 LEC
842-054-201 LEC
842-068-200 LEC
SAME AS: EPIDEM M252
842-072-201 LEC
842-150-201 LEC
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
842-182-201 ACT 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M242
TOXICODYNAMICS
N
842-242-201 LEC
SAME AS: MOL TOX M242
253
PHYS AGENTS-WRK ENV N
261
410A
CHEM BHAV-AQTC SYS
INSTR MTHDS-ENV SCI
410B
454
INSTRMN LAB-ENV SCI N
HLTH HAZARDS-INDSTR N
842-317-200 LEC
RESTRICT: ENVHLT,ENVSCI,PUBHLT,NURSNG,URBN PLN
N
N
842-366-201 LEC
842-619-200 LEC
1
1
MW
TR
RESTRICT: ENVIRON HLTH SCI, PUBLIC HLTH MAJORS
842-621-201 LEC
----------LEC
1
1
M
R
8:00- 8:50A
8:00- 9:50A
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
RESTRICT: ENVIRON HLTH SCI, PUBLIC HLTH MAJORS
842-709-201 FLD
1A
F
8:00- 12:50P
0.0
EPIDEMIOLOGY
100
PRINCP-EPIDEMIOLOGY N
-----------
LEC
1
TR
1:00- 2:50P
HLTHSCI
43105A HSU, P.T.
90
15
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITY HEALTH MAJORS AND PUBLIC HEALTH MINORS
044-300-201 DIS
1A
TR
5:00- 5:50P
HLTHSCI
33105A HSU, P.T.
28
0.0
28
0.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITY HEALTH MAJORS AND PUBLIC HEALTH MINORS
044-300-202 DIS
1B
TR
5:00- 5:50P
PUB HLT
71257
HSU, P.T.
RESTRICT: GRADUATE PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITY HEALTH MAJORS AND PUBLIC HEALTH MINORS
044-300-203 DIS
1C
TR
5:00- 5:50P
HLTHSCI
43105A HSU, P.T.
30
0.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITY HEALTH MAJORS AND PUBLIC HEALTH MINORS
188SB
INDIV STD FOR USIE
N
200B
PREDICTION&VALIDITY
N
044-832-201 TUT
1
VAR
HSU, P.T.
1
30
LG 1.0
12
LG 6.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
-----------
LEC
1
TR
33105A RITZ, B.R.
60
TR
11:00- 11:50A HLTHSCI
9:00- 10:50A HLTHSCI
33105A
28
0.0
TR
11:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
51279
32
0.0
R
9:00- 11:50A LS
2226
ARAH, O.A.
20
30
SO 4.0
R
2:00- 4:50P
71257
ARAH, O.A.
20
30
SO 4.0
MW
10:00- 10:50A HUMANTS A65
COCHRAN, S.D.
8
03
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: EPIDEMIOLOGY, PUBLIC HEALTH MAJORS
844-003-201 DIS
1A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
844-003-202 DIS
1B
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M211
STATS-EPIDEMIOLOGY
N
844-070-201 LEC
1
SAME AS: BIOSTAT M211,STATS M250
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M212
STAT MODELNG-EPIDEM N
844-071-201 LEC
1
PUB HLT
SAME AS: BIOSTAT M209
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M216
APPLIED SAMPLING
N
-----------
LEC
1
SAME AS: STATS CM248
RESTRICT: EPIDEMIOLOGY,PUBLIC HEALTH,COMMUNITIY HEALTH
220
224
INFECT DISEAS EPIDM
ZOONOTIC DISEASES
N
N
228
BIOLOGY OF HIV
N
844-098-201 DIS
844-122-201 LEC
844-142-201 LEC
1A
1
1
R
TR
MW
9:00- 9:50A KNSY PV
4:00- 5:50P PUB HLT
10:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
1240B
51279
61235
DETELS, R.
ASH, L.R.
0
38
20
16
30
0.0
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
MW
4:00- 5:50P
PUB HLT
41235
MARSDEN, M.D.
21
09
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
844-168-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M252
METHDS-VIOLNT INJRY N
M254
NUTRITNL EPIDEM I
844-313-201 LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
PUB HLT
41235
HSU, P.T.
20
30
LG 4.0
1
MW
10:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
61262
CARPENTER, C.L.
20
30
SO 4.0
1
T
1:00- 2:50P
PUB HLT
71257
KHEIFETS, L.I.
20
30
LG 2.0
W
1:00- 3:50P
PUB HLT
61235
BELTRAN-SANCHEZ, H
10
30
LG 4.0
T
4:00- 5:50P
PUB HLT
41235
RIMOIN, A.W.
14
30
SU 2.0
SAME AS: ENV HLT M211
N
844-323-201 LEC
SAME AS: COM HLT M251
265
OCCUPT&ENVIRON HLTH N
844-390-201 LEC
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M272
SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY N
844-432-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: COM HLT M272
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
292
ADV SEM-EPIDEMIOLGY N
844-552-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: EPIDEMIOLOGY, PUBLIC HEALTH MAJORS
M403
CMPT MGMT-HLTH DATA N
844-606-200 LEC
1
TR
3:00- 5:50P
PUB HLT
A1241
SMITH, L.V.
15
30
LG 4.0
W
3:00- 4:50P
PUB HLT
A1241
COCHRAN, S.D.
22
30
SO 2.0
W
M
10:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
4:00- 5:50P PUB HLT
61269
61269
SIMON, P.A.
COCHRAN, S.D.
25
28
30
30
LG 2.0
SO 2.0
T
1:00- 3:50P
61269
RIMOIN, A.W.
25
30
SO 4.0
SAME AS: BIOSTAT M403B
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
410
MGMT-EPDMIOLOGC DTAN
844-619-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
412
413
PB HLT SURVEILLANCE N
MTHDS-SCI COMMUNCTNN
844-624-201 LEC
844-626-200 LEC
1
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
420
FIELD TRIALS
N
844-640-201 LEC
1
PUB HLT
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
114 / ETHNOMUSICOLOGY
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
RUSKIN, J.D.
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
ETHNOMUSICOLOGY
Ethnomusicology 91A thru 91Z are open to all students regardless of major; some restrictions may apply.
5
MUSIC AROUND WORLD N
M7B
HIST&CLTR&CREATIVTY N
----------208-015-201
208-015-202
208-015-203
208-015-204
-----------
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
MW
R
R
R
R
MWF
9:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
10:00- 10:50A
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
1200
1343
1343
1343
1343
1325
CARLSON, M.C.
80
20
20
20
20
60
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 2:50P
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
1439
1420
BEKEN, M.N.
10
10
10
10
10
10
35
TR
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
MW
R
R
F
VAR
11:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 2:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
1100
1421
1421
1421
1421
1439
1439
1439
1439
1439
1439
1354
1354
1354
1354
1420
1420
1200
1325
1325
1325
HARRISON, C.A.
02
03
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
15
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
SAME AS: MUS HST M10B,MUSIC M10B
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
20B
MUSIC-AFRIC&NR EAST N
208-022-201
208-022-202
208-022-203
208-022-204
208-022-205
208-022-206
208-061-200
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1420
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
50B
JAZZ-AMERCN CULTURE N
60
BACH-HIS WORLD&OURSN
71
JAZZ PERFORMANCE
N
----------208-171-201
208-171-202
208-171-203
208-171-204
208-171-205
208-171-206
208-171-207
208-171-208
208-171-209
208-171-210
208-171-211
208-171-212
208-171-213
208-171-214
208-171-215
208-171-216
----------208-180-201
208-180-202
208-180-203
208-213-201
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
STU
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
1O
1P
1
1A
1B
1C
1
MIRANDA, R.
480
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
90
30
30
30
10
30
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 2.0
VAR
MARSHALL, W.
10
30
LG 2.0
VAR
BOHANON, G.R.
10
30
LG 2.0
VAR
CAMERON, C.
10
30
LG 2.0
VAR
HENDELMAN, T.
10
30
LG 2.0
VAR
ALMARIO, J.
10
30
LG 2.0
VAR
PRICE, R.
10
30
LG 2.0
VAR
MORRISON, B.
10
30
LG 2.0
VAR
WEIR, M.A.
10
30
LG 2.0
VAR
RODRIGUEZ, B.H.
10
30
LG 2.0
BROWNER, T.C.
30
06
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
208-213-202 STU 2
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
208-213-203 STU 3
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
208-213-204 STU 4
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
208-213-205 STU 5
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
208-213-206 STU 6
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
208-213-207 STU 7
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
208-213-208 STU 8
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
208-213-209 STU 9
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
208-213-210 STU 10
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
208-213-211 STU 11
VAR
BURRELL, K.E.
10
30
LG 2.0
T
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1659
WENTEN, I.N.
35
30
SO 2.0
M
6:00- 9:50P
SMB
1421
VARIMEZOVA, T.T.
35
30
SO 2.0
W
5:00- 9:50P
SMB
1659
LI, C.
60
30
SO 2.0
R
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1659
THE STAFF
20
30
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
91B
MUSIC OF BALI
N
208-251-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
91C
MUSIC&DANCE-BALKANSN
208-252-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
91D
MUSIC OF CHINA
91E
MUSIC&DANCE-GHANA N
N
208-253-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
208-254-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
91F
MUSIC OF INDIA
N
208-255-200 ACT 1
T
2:00- 6:50P
SMB
1659
KAUSHAL, A.
40
30
SO 2.0
M
4:00- 6:50P
SMB
1846
NEUMAN, R.D.
15
30
SO 2.0
M
5:00- 7:50P
SMB
1344
GUZMAN, J.A.
20
30
SO 2.0
R
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1325
RACY, A.J.
20
30
SO 2.0
R
11:00- 12:50P SMB
1325
ROBERSON, J.E.
50
30
SO 2.0
TR
3:00- 4:50P
SMB
1325
HARRISON, C.A.
30
30
LG 2.0
R
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1345
RODRIGUEZ, B.H.
30
30
LG 2.0
W
5:00- 6:50P
SMB
1325
BURRELL, K.E.
20
30
LG 2.0
W
6:00- 7:50P
SMB
1818
TAYLOR, T.D.
20
30
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
208-255-201 ACT 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
91K
MUSIC OF MEXICO
N
208-260-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
91N
MUSIC OF NEAR EAST
N
208-263-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
For Ethnomusicology 91P, an audition is required. Come prepared with one song of any kind.
91P
MUSIC-AFRCN AMERCNSN
208-265-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
91T
JAZZ ORCHESTRA
N
208-269-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Ethnomusicology 91T, activity 1:
208-269-201 ACT 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Ethnomusicology 91T, activity 2:
208-269-204 ACT 4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
91Z
OPEN ENSEMBLE
N
208-275-200 ACT 1
Ethnomusicology 91Z, activity 1: Irish Music Ensemble
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
ETHNOMUSICOLOGY / 115
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
208-275-201 ACT 2
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
W
5:00- 6:50P
SMB
1439
NEWTON, J.W.
20
30
SO 2.0
T
6:00- 9:50P
SMB
1440
TAYLOR, T.D.
15
30
SO 2.0
W
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1440
LOZA, S.J.
15
23
SO 2.0
LOZA, S.J.
5
30
LG 2.0
1440
1344
BITTEL, A.M.
BURRELL, K.E.
20
30
50
30
30
16
LG 5.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
HERNANDEZ, A.D.
180
02
SO 5.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Ethnomusicology 91Z, activity 2: Charles Mingus Ensemble
208-275-203 ACT 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Ethnomusicology 91Z, activity 3: Bluegrass and Old-Time String Ensemble
208-275-204 ACT 4
Ethnomusicology 91Z, activity 4: Intercultural Improvisation Ensemble
92
MUSIC INSTRUCTION
N
98T
C100
M111
US&MEX INDIGENEITY
AUDIOVISL ARCHIVING
ELLINGTONIA
N
N
N
M116
CHICANO MUSIC IN US
N
208-276-200 STU 1
VAR
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
208-291-200 SEM 1
208-300-200 SEM 1
208-366-200 LEC 1
TBA
W
R
3:00- 5:50P
2:00- 4:50P
SMB
SMB
SAME AS: AF AMER M111
-----------
LEC
1
MW
9:00- 10:50A SMB
1100
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
R
R
F
F
F
F
TR
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 12:50P
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
1439
1439
1325
1325
1325
1325
1200
KEYES, C.L.
30
30
30
30
30
30
120
13
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
F
F
F
F
M
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
11:00- 1:50P
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
1344
1344
1402
1402
1325
HARRISON, C.A.
30
30
30
30
20
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
W
9:00- 10:50A SMB
1402
HENDELMAN, T.
10
30
LG 2.0
W
3:00- 4:50P
1535
HENDELMAN, T.
18
30
LG 2.0
SAME AS: CHICANO M116
M119
CULTRAL HISTORY-RAP N
208-396-201
208-396-202
208-396-203
208-396-204
208-396-205
208-396-206
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SAME AS: AF AMER M107
C122B
BEBOP TO AVANT-GARD N
125B
BEBOP-AVANT-GARDE
208-414-201
208-414-202
208-414-203
208-414-204
208-433-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSIC, MUSIC, MUSIC HIST, WAC
N
208-451-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
127B
JAZZ KEYBRD HARMONYN
208-464-200 LAB
1
SMB
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
129B
JAZZ THEORY&IMPROV N
161B
ADV MUSIC OF BALI
161C
ADV MSC&DNC-BALKANSN
208-475-200 LEC
1
W
1:00- 2:50P
SMB
1440
HENDELMAN, T.
25
06
LG 2.0
T
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1659
WENTEN, I.N.
45
30
LG 2.0
M
6:00- 9:50P
SMB
1421
VARIMEZOVA, T.T.
40
30
LG 2.0
W
5:00- 9:50P
SMB
1659
LI, C.
22
30
LG 2.0
R
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1659
THE STAFF
20
30
LG 2.0
T
2:00- 6:50P
SMB
1659
KAUSHAL, A.
65
30
LG 2.0
M
4:00- 6:50P
SMB
1846
NEUMAN, R.D.
15
30
LG 2.0
M
5:00- 7:50P
SMB
1344
GUZMAN, J.A.
20
30
LG 2.0
R
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1325
RACY, A.J.
20
30
LG 2.0
R
11:00- 12:50P SMB
1325
ROBERSON, J.E.
50
30
LG 2.0
TR
3:00- 4:50P
SMB
1325
HARRISON, C.A.
30
30
LG 2.0
R
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1345
RODRIGUEZ, B.H.
15
30
LG 2.0
W
5:00- 6:50P
SMB
1325
BURRELL, K.E.
20
30
LG 2.0
W
6:00- 7:50P
SMB
1818
TAYLOR, T.D.
20
30
LG 2.0
W
5:00- 6:50P
SMB
1439
NEWTON, J.W.
20
30
LG 2.0
T
6:00- 9:50P
SMB
1440
TAYLOR, T.D.
10
30
LG 2.0
W
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1440
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
N
208-667-201 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
208-668-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
161D
ADV MUSIC OF CHINA
161E
ADV MUSC&DANC-GHANAN
N
208-669-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
208-670-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
161F
ADV MUSIC OF INDIA
N
208-671-201 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
208-671-202 ACT 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
161K
ADV MUSIC OF MEXICO N
208-676-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
161N
ADV MUSIC-NEAR EAST N
161P
ADV MUSIC-AFR AMRCN N
208-679-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
208-681-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
161T
ADV JAZZ ORCHESTRA
N
208-685-201 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Ethnomusicology 161T, activity 1:
208-685-202 ACT 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Ethnomusicology 161T, activity 2:
208-685-204 ACT 4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
161Z
ADV OPEN ENSEMBLE
N
208-689-200 ACT 1
Ethnomusicology 161Z, activity 1: Irish Music Ensemble
208-689-201 ACT 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Ethnomusicology 161Z, activity 2: Charles Mingus Ensemble
208-689-203 ACT 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Ethnomusicology 161Z, activity 3: Bluegrass and Old-Time String Ensemble
208-689-204 ACT 4
LOZA, S.J.
10
23
LG 2.0
LOZA, S.J.
5
30
LG 2.0
SAVAGE, R.
TAYLOR, T.D.
LOZA, S.J.
15
30
10
08
04
30
LG 4.0
SO 4.0
PN 2.0
BURRELL, K.E.
5
30
PN 2.0
KLIGMAN, M.L.
PETTIT, A.J.
RUSSELL, M.A.
10
15
30
30
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
RICE, T.
SAVAGE, R.
HARRISON, C.A.
10
5
10
15
08
30
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
DJEDJE, J.C.
KEYES, C.L.
10
10
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SAVAGE, R.
15
30
SO 4.0
Ethnomusicology 161Z, activity 4: Intercultural Improvisation Ensemble
162
ADV MUSIC INSTRUCTN N
C178
181
186
AESTH&PHIL-SYS MUSC N
ANTHROPOLOGY-MUSIC N
SENIOR RECITAL/PROJ N
208-692-200 STU 1
VAR
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
208-768-200 SEM 1
208-786-200 LEC 1
208-816-200 TUT 1
M
3:00- 5:50P SMB
MW
11:00- 12:50P SMB
UNSCHED
B544
1421
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
208-816-202 TUT
2
UNSCHED
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
188
SPECIAL COURSES
N
C200
AUDIOVISL ARCHIVING
202
C204
C222B
CURR ISS-ETHNMSCLGY N
AESTH&PHIL-SYS MUSC N
BEBOP TO AVANT-GARD N
N
208-829-200 LEC 1
208-829-201 LEC 2
608-002-200 SEM 1
TR
W
W
9:00- 10:30A SMB
10:00- 12:50P SMB
3:00- 5:50P SMB
T
M
M
3:00- 5:50P
3:00- 5:50P
11:00- 1:50P
B544
1440
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
608-012-200 SEM 1
608-021-200 SEM 1
608-133-200 LEC 1
SMB
SMB
SMB
B544
1325
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ETHNOMUSICOLOGY, MUSIC, MUSIC HISTORY, AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES
237
M261
SEM-AFRICAN MUSIC
GENDER&MUSIC
N
N
608-222-200 SEM 1
608-366-200 SEM 1
W
W
3:00- 5:50P
3:00- 5:50P
SMB
SMB
W
3:00- 5:50P
SMB
1421
B544
SAME AS: GENDER M261
279
SEM-SYSTMTC MUSCLGYN
608-474-200 SEM 1
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
116 / FILM, TELEVISION, AND DIGITAL MEDIA
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
282
SEMINAR-ANALYSIS
N
283
291
SEMINAR-ORGANOLOGY N
COLLOQUIUM SERIES
N
292A
TOPICS-ETHNOMUSCLGYN
CLS
TYP
SEC
Winter 2016
FEE
608-492-200 SEM 1
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
R
3:00- 5:50P
SMB
B544
BEKEN, M.N.
15
30
SO 6.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ETHNOMUSICOLOGY MAJORS
608-498-200 SEM 1
608-546-200 RGP 1
T
W
3:00- 5:50P
1:00- 2:50P
SMB
SMB
1846
B544
RACY, A.J.
RICE, T.
5
10
30
30
SO 6.0
SU 1.0
TR
9:00- 10:30A SMB
1439
KLIGMAN, M.L.
5
30
SO 4.0
M
10:00- 10:50A MELNITZ
1462A
MCDONALD, W.
15
30
LG 1.0
1441
1462A
CREY, K.L.
KELLY, R.M.
15
35
30
30
LG 5.0
LG 1.0-2.0
1439A
MCDONALD, W.
30
30
LG 1.0-2.0
270
18
18
18
18
18
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
LG 6.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
120
20
20
20
20
20
30
LG 6.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
LG 6.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
60
30
SO 4.0
200
30
SO 2.0
VOORHEES, L.
140
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
608-552-200 SEM 1
FILM, TELEVISION, AND DIGITAL MEDIA
Film and Television
10A
FRESHMAN SYMPOSIUM N
238-030-200 LAB
1
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
98TA
100A
INDGNS MEDIA-N AMER N
JUNIOR SYMPOSIUM
N
100B
SENIOR SYMPOSIUM
238-295-200 SEM 1
238-301-200 LAB 1
TR
F
1:00- 3:50P
1:00- 1:50P
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
RESTRICT: UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
Y
238-302-200 LAB
1
F
1:00- 1:50P
MELNITZ
RESTRICT: UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
Film and Television 106A is limited to Film and Television majors and Film, Television, and Digital Media minors on the first enrollment pass.
106A
HIST AM MOTION PIC
N
----------238-336-201
238-336-202
238-336-203
238-336-204
238-336-205
238-336-206
238-336-207
238-336-208
238-336-209
238-336-210
238-336-211
238-336-212
238-336-213
238-336-214
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
MW
M
M
T
T
T
T
R
R
F
F
F
F
F
F
1:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
1409
1441
1441
1441
1441
1441
1441
2534
2534
1441
1441
1441
1441
1441
1441
KUNTZ, J.A.
Film and Television 106B is limited to Film and Television majors and Film, Television, and Digital Media minors on the first enrollment pass.
106B
HIST EUROPE MTN PIC
N
----------238-337-201
238-337-202
238-337-203
238-337-204
238-337-205
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
MW
T
T
R
R
F
9:00- 12:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
1409
2410
2410
2586B
2586B
2534
F
4:00- 4:50P
MELNITZ
2534
TR
M
M
W
W
F
F
TR
M
M
W
W
F
F
9:00- 12:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
2:00- 4:20P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
1409
2410
2410
2410
2410
2410
2410
1409
1441
1441
2568B
2568B
2410
2410
KRATZER, S.C.
RESTRICT: FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
238-337-206 DIS
1F
20
0.0
RESTRICT: FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
106C
AFR&ASN&LAT AM FILM N
113
FILM AUTHORS
N
----------238-338-201
238-338-202
238-338-203
238-338-204
238-338-205
238-338-206
----------238-378-201
238-378-202
238-378-203
238-378-204
238-378-205
238-378-206
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
TRICE, J.N.
FELANDO, C.L.
15
Film and Television 122M is limited to Film and Television majors and Film, Television, and Digital Media minors on the first enrollment pass.
122M
FILM & TV DIRECTING
N
238-444-200 LEC
1
R
9:00- 9:50A
MELNITZ
2534
SCHREIBMAN, M.A.
Film and Television C132 is limited to Film and Television majors and Film, Television, and Digital Media minors on the first enrollment pass.
C132
SCREENWRTNG FNDMTLSN
238-492-200 LEC
1
M
12:00- 12:50P BROAD
2160E
ACKERMAN, H.L.
Film and Television 133 is limited to Film and Television majors and Film, Television, and Digital Media minors on the first enrollment pass.
133
SCREENWRTNG FNDMTLSN
----------238-498-201
238-498-202
238-498-203
238-498-204
238-498-205
238-498-206
238-498-207
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
M
W
T
W
R
F
F
F
12:00- 12:50P
10:00- 10:50A
1:00- 1:50P
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
PERLOFF
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
MELNITZ
1102
2568B
W
2:00- 4:50P
KAUFMAN 136
YOUNG, K.T.
10
30
LG 8.0
W
7:00- 9:50P
MELNITZ
1441
YOUNG, K.T.
10
30
LG 8.0
TR
10:00- 12:50P MELNITZ
2536
BARMINSKI, W.J.
20
30
LG 4.0
TR
6:00- 8:50P
MELNITZ
2536
THOBEN, W.H.
10
30
LG 4.0
T
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
1462A
WAGMISTER, C.
20
30
LG 4.0
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
1439A
MCDONALD, W.
20
30
LG 4.0
9:00- 11:50A MELNITZ
1439A
2568B
2534
2586B
2586B
2568B
RESTRICT: UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY
135B
ADV SCRNWRTNG WKSHPY
238-511-200 LAB
1
RESTRICT: FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
238-511-202 LAB
2
RESTRICT: FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
C142
DGTL IMAGRY&VISLZTN N
C144
INTERACT MULTIMEDIA N
238-552-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
238-564-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C148
DIGTL MEDIA WORKGRP N
238-588-200 DIS
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
150
CINEMATOGRAPHY
Y
-----------
LEC
1
R
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
238-600-201 LAB
1A
F
20
0.0
RESTRICT: UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
C152C
DGTL AUDIO PST-PROD N
154
FILM EDITING
Y
C154B
ADV FILM EDITING
Y
238-615-200 LEC
1
M
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
1410A
MARIN, E.
20
30
LG 4.0
T
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
2586B
MARIN, E.
20
30
LG 4.0
MELNITZ
2586B
RICHARDSON, N.
20
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
238-624-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
238-626-200 LEC
1
R
7:00- 9:50P
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
FILM, TELEVISION, AND DIGITAL MEDIA / 117
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
155
DIGITAL MEDIA&TOOLS Y
163
DIRECTNG CAMERAS
CLS
TYP
238-630-200 LEC
SEC
FEE
1
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
TR
2:00- 4:50P
MELNITZ
2536
BARMINSKI, W.J.
20
30
LG 4.0
MELNITZ
1439A
WAGMISTER, C.
20
30
LG 4.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
Y
238-678-200 LAB
1
W
5:00- 7:50P
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
175B
UNDRGRD FILM PRDCTN Y
181C
ANIMATION WORKSHOP Y
183B
ENTERTMT ECONOMICS N
238-751-200 LEC
1
M
10:00- 12:50P MELNITZ
2586B
TRACHINGER, C.M.
10
30
SO 4.0-8.0
TR
7:00- 9:50P
MELNITZ
2487
SHEETZ, C.E.
24
30
SO 4.0/8.0
W
7:00- 9:50P
BUNCHE
3156
PUOPOLO, M.T.
40
30
LG 4.0
M
9:00- 11:50A MELNITZ
2534
OOSTRIK, S.
20
30
LG 4.0
W
7:00- 9:50P
BUNCHE
2209A
NUNAN, T.A.
50
30
SO 4.0
R
7:00- 9:50P
RESTRICT: FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
238-788-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
238-799-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
186B
INTRMDT DCMTNRY PRD Y
188A
SPECIAL COURSES
238-818-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
N
238-829-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
238-829-202 LEC
2
MELNITZ
1441
GERVICH, C.B.
15
30
SO 4.0
T
4:00- 6:50P
MELNITZ
1451B
BURKE, J.A.
20
30
SO 4.0
VAR
T
7:00- 8:50P
BUNCHE
1221A
SHEETZ, C.E.
LEVY, R.J.
0
27
30
30
LG 1.0
PN 2.0
THE STAFF
0
30
LG 6.0
THE STAFF
0
30
LG 6.0
THE STAFF
0
30
LG 6.0
SUBER, H.
30
30
SO 6.0
THE STAFF
0
30
SO 6.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
238-829-219 LEC
19
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
188SB
194
INDIV STD FOR USIE
INTERNSHIP SEMINAR
Y
N
201B
SEM-MEDIA IND&PRDCT Y
202
SEM-MEDIA AUD&CNSMPN
238-833-201 TUT 1
238-865-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
638-008-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-012-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
206A
SEM-EUROP FILM HIST
N
208A
SEM-FILM STRUCTURE
N
638-036-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-048-200 SEM 1
T
1:00- 4:50P
MELNITZ
2534
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
209A
SEM-DOCUMNTRY FILM N
638-054-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
209D
SEM-ANIMATED FILM
211A
SEM-HISTORIOGRAPHY N
N
638-057-200 SEM 1
W
10:00- 12:50P MELNITZ
2586B
MERCER, C.L.
25
30
SO 4.0
W
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
2410
THE STAFF
20
30
SO 4.0
W
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
1441
NORIEGA, C.A.
20
30
SO 4.0
W
4:00- 6:50P
MELNITZ
1422A
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-066-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
211B
SEM-HISTORIOGRAPHY N
638-067-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
212
CINEMA&MEDIA COLLQMN
217A
SEM-AMERICN TV HIST
218
SEM-CLTR&MEDIA&SCTYN
219
SEM-FILM&SOCIETY
N
222
SEM-FILM GENRES
N
638-072-200 LEC
1
GENDLER, J.
60
30
SU 2.0
THE STAFF
0
30
LG 6.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
N
638-102-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-108-200 SEM 1
T
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
2410
SCOTT, E.
20
30
LG 6.0
THE STAFF
0
30
SO 6.0
SHER, B.R.
20
30
SO 6.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-114-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-132-200 SEM 1
T
10:00- 12:50P MELNITZ
1422A
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
224
COMPUTER-FILM STUDY N
C242
DGTL IMAGRY&VISLZTN N
638-144-200 LEC
1
M
1:00- 3:50P
1446A
MAMBER, S.D.
20
30
SO 6.0
TR
10:00- 12:50P MELNITZ
MELNITZ
2536
BARMINSKI, W.J.
20
30
LG 4.0
TR
6:00- 8:50P
MELNITZ
2536
THOBEN, W.H.
10
30
LG 4.0
THE STAFF
0
30
LG 6.0
T
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
1462A
WAGMISTER, C.
20
30
LG 4.0
M
1:00- 3:50P
KAUFMAN 136
RUBIN, F.A.
10
30
LG 4.0
R
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
2174
THOMPSON, N.H.
10
30
LG 4.0
W
11:00- 1:50P
MELNITZ
2534
LANDAU, N.
15
30
LG 4.0
M
7:00- 9:50P
PUB AFF
2292
HOLLAND, C.D.
11
30
LG 4.0
R
7:00- 9:50P
BOELTER 5514
HOLLAND, C.D.
10
30
LG 4.0
T
7:00- 9:50P
MELNITZ
1441
LANDAU, N.
10
30
LG 4.0
R
3:00- 5:50P
BUNCHE
2150
BOYLE, B.
15
30
SO 4.0
T
7:00- 9:50P
BUNCHE
1265
HEDLUND, A.G.
16
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-252-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C244
INTERACT MULTIMEDIA N
638-264-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
246
SEM-ELCTRNC CULTURE N
C248
DIGTL MEDIA WORKGRP N
638-276-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-288-200 DIS
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
283B
WRTNG TV CMDY SCRPT Y
638-499-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-499-201 SEM 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
284A
DVLPNG DRAMA SERIES N
638-504-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
284B
WRIT TV DRAMA SCRPT Y
638-505-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-505-201 SEM 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-505-202 SEM 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
287B
ART OF PRODUCING 2
Y
288B
FEAT FILM DEVLP II
N
638-467-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-529-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
289A
BUSNSS PRAC-FILM&TV N
290B
RESEARCH & DEV 2
638-534-200 DIS
1
M
3:00- 5:50P
MELNITZ
2586B
MARKS, B.E.
20
30
SO 4.0
R
7:00- 9:50P
PUB AFF
2292
MURPHY, M.A.
15
30
SO 4.0
M
7:00- 9:50P
MELNITZ
2534
PRESS MARX, T.M.
30
30
SO 4.0
BUNCHE
2209A
NUNAN, T.A.
100
30
SO 4.0
MELNITZ
1422A
KINBERG, M.H.
30
30
SO 4.0
BUNCHE
A152
HOBERMAN, D.E.
20
30
SO 4.0
BUNCHE
A152
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
N
638-541-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
291B
MARKETING
N
638-550-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
292A
NETWORK TV MANAGMNTN
294C
INTL FINANCE & DIST
638-552-200 LEC
1
W
7:00- 9:50P
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
N
638-566-200 LEC
1
W
7:00- 9:50P
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
295C
ROLE OF PRODUCER
N
638-572-296 LEC
1
T
7:00- 9:50P
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,FILM AND TELEVISION MAJORS
297B
MEDIA MARKETING 2
N
298A
SPECIAL STUDIES
N
638-583-200 SEM 1
M
7:00- 9:50P
THE STAFF
20
30
SO 4.0
THE STAFF
0
30
SO 2.0-4.0
KIM, G.
21
30
SO 2.0-4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-200 DIS
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Film and Television 298A, discussion 1:
638-588-201 DIS
2
W
10:00- 12:50P MELNITZ
1462A
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Film and Television 298A, discussion 2:
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
118 / FILM, TELEVISION, AND DIGITAL MEDIA
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
638-588-202 DIS
SEC
3
Winter 2016
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
R
4:00- 6:50P
MELNITZ
1441
KIM, G.
12
30
SO 2.0-4.0
R
11:00- 2:50P
MELNITZ
BURKE, J.A.
20
30
SO 2.0-4.0
M
10:00- 4:50P
MELNITZ
DENOVE, T.F.
30
30
SO 2.0-4.0
OLSON, R.E.
200
30
SO 2.0-4.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Film and Television 298A, discussion 3:
638-588-204 DIS
4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-205 DIS
5
1439A
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-206 DIS
6
TBA
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-207 DIS
7
M
8:00- 10:50A MELNITZ
1410A
FRANCO, J.E.
14
30
SO 2.0-4.0
T
8:00- 11:50A MELNITZ
1410A
HOLCOMB, R.W.
20
30
SO 2.0-4.0
R
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
2410
FRIEND, M.H.
20
30
SO 2.0-4.0
W
8:00- 12:50P MELNITZ
1441
CLARK, B.D.
0
30
SO 2.0-4.0
R
5:00- 6:50P
MELNITZ
1409
CLARK, B.D.
0
30
SO 2.0-4.0
M
11:00- 1:50P
MELNITZ
1462A
FRANCO, J.E.
40
30
SO 2.0-4.0
T
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
2487
JOHNSON, M.W.
15
30
SO 2.0-4.0
T
7:00- 9:50P
BROAD
2100A
ACKERMAN, H.L.
55
30
SO 2.0-4.0
R
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
1451B
KELLY, R.M.
20
30
SO 2.0-4.0
R
10:00- 12:50P MELNITZ
1451B
SMITH, B.J.
20
30
SO 2.0-4.0
M
10:00- 12:50P MELNITZ
1451B
BURGOS, R.A.
16
30
SO 2.0-4.0
R
1:00- 3:50P
M
9:30- 11:20A MELNITZ
TWR
7:00- 9:50P
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-208 DIS
8
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-209 DIS
9
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-210 DIS
10
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-211 DIS
11
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-212 DIS
12
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Film and Television 298A, discussion 12:
638-588-213 DIS
13
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-214 DIS
14
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-216 DIS
16
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Film and Television 298A, discussion 16:
638-588-217 DIS
17
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Film and Television 298A, discussion 17:
638-588-224 DIS
24
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-230 DIS
30
MELNITZ
THE STAFF
20
30
SO 2.0-4.0
OOSTRIK, S.
12
30
SO 2.0-4.0
FAGAN, B.P.
20
30
SO 2.0-4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-240 DIS
40
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-588-250 DIS
50
MELNITZ
2410
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
402B
ADV NARR DIR WRKSHP N
638-605-200 LAB
1
W
4:00- 6:50P
MELNITZ
2410
GAZDAG, G.
10
30
LG 8.0
W
4:00- 6:50P
MELNITZ
2534
SMITH, B.J.
10
30
LG 8.0
M
9:00- 11:50A MELNITZ
2534
FLANAGAN, K.M.
20
30
SO 4.0-8.0
W
4:00- 5:50P
MELNITZ
1462A
TYSON, J.
21
30
LG 2.0
T
9:00- 1:50P
MELNITZ
1439A
DENOVE, T.F.
20
30
LG 2.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-605-202 LAB
2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
403B
ADV DOCUMNTRY WKSHPN
638-609-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
410A
SYMPOSIUM
N
410B
CINEMATOGRAPHY
N
638-624-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-625-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
410E
PRODUCTION
Y
638-629-201 LEC
1
T
3:00- 6:50P
MELNITZ
2457
ROSMAN, M.E.
20
30
LG 12.0
T
3:00- 6:50P
MELNITZ
1410A
SMITH, B.J.
20
30
LG 12.0
KELLY, R.M.
20
30
LG 12.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-629-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-629-203 LEC
3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
423A
C430
DRCTN-ACTRS-FILM&TV N
SCREENWRTNG FNDMTLSY
638-646-200 LAB
638-660-200 LEC
1
1
T
M
9:00- 2:50P MELNITZ
12:00- 12:50P BROAD
1451B
2160E
PRIMUS, B.
SWEET, J.W.
0
1
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 2.0
M
7:00- 9:50P
MELNITZ
1441
WALTER, R.
10
30
LG 8.0
M
1:00- 3:50P
PUB AFF
1284
ACKERMAN, H.L.
10
30
LG 8.0
T
2:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 5514
VOORHEES, L.
10
30
LG 8.0
M
4:00- 6:50P
MELNITZ
2410
PYNE, D.J.
10
30
LG 8.0
R
4:00- 6:50P
MELNITZ
2410
HUNTER, L.R.
10
30
LG 8.0
S
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
2410
WIBBERLEY, C.O.
10
30
LG 8.0
M
1:00- 3:50P
MELNITZ
1410A
MARIN, E.
20
30
LG 4.0
R
7:00- 9:50P
MELNITZ
2586B
RICHARDSON, N.
20
30
LG 4.0
T
3:00- 6:50P
MELNITZ
1439A
TYSON, J.
15
30
SO 8.0
F
6:00- 8:50P
MELNITZ
2487
QUADE, R.K.
21
30
SO 4.0/8.0
MW
7:00- 9:50P
MELNITZ
2487
LETTERA, V.M.
20
30
LG 4.0-8.0
F
10:30- 2:50P
MELNITZ
2487
VILPPU, G.V.
40
30
LG 4.0
TR
7:00- 9:50P
MELNITZ
2589
WINFREY, A.M.
20
30
LG 4.0-8.0
T
10:30- 11:50A MELNITZ
2589
MERCER, C.L.
25
30
LG 4.0-8.0
LIEBING, H.
30
30
SO 4.0-12.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
434
ADV SCREENWRITING
Y
638-668-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-668-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-668-203 SEM 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-668-207 SEM 7
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-668-208 SEM 8
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-668-209 SEM 9
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C452C
DGTL AUDIO PST-PROD N
638-703-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C454B
ADV FILM EDITING
N
464A
ADV FILM DIRECTING
N
638-709-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-728-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
482A
ADV ANIMATN WRKSHP N
483B
ADV COMP ANIMATION
N
484B
VISUAL ORG FOR ANIM
Y
638-764-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-766-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-769-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
488B
ADV INTERACT ANIMTN N
489B
PRDCTN-CMPTR ANMATNN
498
PRFSN INTRN-FILM&TV
638-777-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
638-779-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
N
638-796-200 TUT
1
VAR
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
FRENCH AND FRANCOPHONE STUDIES / 119
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
FRENCH AND FRANCOPHONE STUDIES
French
Enrollment in French 1 through 6 is contingent on proper placement as determined by the results of the departmental placement examination which is given online. Students must e-mail Dr. Kimberly
Jansma at [email protected] to request a password, using "French Online Placement Examination Password" as the subject heading. Students need the password to take the examination. The
link for the examination is https://ccle.ucla.edu/course/view/Frenchplacementexam. Students with one or more years of high school French MUST present a placement examination score on the first
day of class. Students who have taken the AP examination and received a score of 3 or higher need not take the departmental placement examination but should check their degree progress report
for credit equivalencies granted on admission (see counselors in A316 Murphy Hall or call 310-825-3382). If the AP score was not reported for admission, students should consult the UCLA General
Catalog for credit equivalencies. Students who have never had high school French may preenroll in French 1 without taking the placement examination. Transfer students who have had French at
another college should check their degree progress report for credit equivalencies granted on admission (see counselors in A316 Murphy Hall or call 310-825-3382).
1
ELEMENTARY FRENCH
N
2
ELEMENTARY FRENCH
Y
3
ELEMENTARY FRENCH
Y
4
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH Y
5
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH Y
6
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH Y
12
INTR-FRN&FRNCPH LIT
14
INTRO-FRN CULTR&CIV N
101
104
107
108
114C
116
118
121
164
207
220
ADV EXPOSITRY WRTNG N
THRY&CORRECTN-DICTNN
ADV ORAL EXPRESSION N
ADV PRCTCL TRANSLTN N
LIT-19TH&20TH CNTRY N
RENSNCE CULTURE&LIT N
18-CENT CULTURE&LIT N
FRANCPHN CLTRS&LITS N
FR&FRANCPHN NOVEL N
STDS-HIST OF IDEAS
N
20TH CENTURY
N
Y
236-003-201
236-003-202
236-003-203
236-006-201
236-006-202
236-006-203
236-006-204
236-006-205
236-009-201
236-009-202
236-009-203
236-009-204
236-012-201
236-012-202
236-015-201
236-015-202
236-018-201
236-018-202
----------236-036-210
236-036-202
----------236-042-201
236-042-202
236-307-200
236-324-200
236-342-200
236-350-200
236-386-200
236-400-200
236-412-200
236-430-200
236-683-200
636-042-200
636-120-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
SEM
LEC
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1A
1B
1
1A
1B
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A
MTWRF 10:00- 10:50A
MTWRF 11:00- 11:50A
MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A
MTWRF 10:00- 10:50A
MTWRF 11:00- 11:50A
MTWRF 12:00- 12:50P
MTWRF 1:00- 1:50P
MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A
MTWRF 10:00- 10:50A
MTWRF 11:00- 11:50A
MTWRF 12:00- 12:50P
MTWF 9:00- 9:50A
MTWF 11:00- 11:50A
MTWF 9:00- 9:50A
MTWF 12:00- 12:50P
MTWF 10:00- 10:50A
MTWF 12:00- 12:50P
TR
11:00- 12:15P
F
9:00- 9:50A
F
11:00- 11:50A
TR
2:00- 3:15P
F
9:00- 9:50A
F
11:00- 11:50A
MWF
1:00- 1:50P
MWF 10:00- 10:50A
MWF 12:00- 12:50P
TR
11:00- 12:15P
MW
12:30- 1:45P
TR
2:00- 3:15P
TR
9:30- 10:45A
MW
11:00- 12:15P
MW
9:30- 10:45A
W
2:00- 4:50P
M
2:00- 4:50P
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROLFE
DODD
ROLFE
HAINES
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
DODD
HUMANTS
HAINES
ROYCE
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
ROYCE
BUNCHE
DODD
BUNCHE
ROYCE
ROYCE
A24
A24
A24
A74
A74
A74
A74
A74
152
152
152
152
3129
154
3108
A24
2232
3156
2160
1256
2238
78
A46
A20
152
110
122
110
A44
152
3170
78
3164
152
152
CHIRILA, I.
CHIRILA, I.
DENIE HIGNEY, L.M.
JANSMA, K.
JANSMA, K.
COLEMAN, P.J.
MURAT, L.
CARRON, J.
WERNER, S.D.
MABANCKOU, A.M.
WERNER, S.D.
MABANCKOU, A.M.
THOMAS, D.R.
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
40
20
20
40
20
20
20
20
20
20
40
40
40
40
40
15
15
21
21
21
22
22
22
22
22
23
23
23
23
02
04
02
05
03
05
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
30
SO
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
LG
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
GENDER STUDIES
Gender Studies 102 thru 187 are limited to Gender Studies majors and minors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Nonmajors may enroll in upper division gender studies courses (except 187)
after the beginning of the second pass.
10
INTRO-GENDER STDS
N
98T
102
BEAUTY SVC WRK&ECONN
POWER
N
104
BODIES
----------405-030-201
405-030-202
405-030-203
405-030-204
405-030-205
405-030-206
405-030-207
405-030-208
405-294-200
405-312-200
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1
1
TR
T
R
T
T
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
R
TR
3:30- 4:45P
12:00- 12:50P
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
HUMANTS
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
ROLFE
ROLFE
A51
2121
A152
3120
3120
3:30- 4:45P
2:00- 3:15P
DODD
170
KAUFMAN 101
2:00- 4:50P
ROYCE
4:00- 5:50P
PUB AFF
WILLIAMS, J.A.
16
SHARMA, P.
TRAWEEK, S.J.
155
16
20
16
16
19
19
15
19
20
49
30
30
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
SO 4.0
164
THE STAFF
50
30
SO 4.0
1222
TORRES-GIL, F.M.
10
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: GENDER STUDIES MAJORS AND MINORS
N
405-324-200 LEC
1
T
RESTRICT: GENDER STUDIES MAJORS AND MINORS
M104C
DIVERSITY IN AGING
N
405-327-200 LEC
1
MW
SAME AS: GRNTLGY M104C,SOC WLF M104C
M105A
PREMOD QUEER LT&CLT N
M107A
STDS-WOMENS WRITING N
405-331-200 LEC
1
TR
10:00- 11:50A ROLFE
3126
GALLAGHER, L.
0
30
SO 5.0
MW
10:00- 11:50A ROYCE
162
ROWE, K.E.
15
03
SO 5.0
SAME AS: ENGL M101A,LGBTS M101A
405-343-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: ENGL M107A
RESTRICT: GENDER STUDIES MAJORS AND MINORS
Gender Studies M107A, lecture 1:
M147C
TRANSNTL ORGANIZING N
405-584-200 LEC
1
MW
12:00- 1:50P
BUNCHE
3211
MAGANA, M.R.
0
05
SO 4.0
1
F
2:00- 4:50P
ROLFE
3126
HAMMER, R.
40
30
LG 5.0
1
TR
12:30- 1:45P
ROLFE
1200
THE STAFF
30
14
SO 5.0
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
T
T
T
R
R
R
WF
8:00- 8:50A
5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
8:00- 8:50A
5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
11:00- 12:15P
DODD
DODD
DODD
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
HAINES
162
162
162
1264
1264
1264
A2
ELSESSER, K.M.
5
5
5
5
5
5
0
04
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
T
1:00- 3:50P
HUMANTS A48
KING, K.C.
0
30
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SAME AS: CHICANO CM147
M149
MEDIA-GNDR&RACE&CLSN
405-594-200 LEC
SAME AS: COMM ST M149,LBR&WS M149
M162
SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER N
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M165
PSYCH OF GENDER
N
CM170
FML VOICE-CNTMP LIT
N
405-672-201
405-672-202
405-672-203
405-672-204
405-672-205
405-672-206
405-690-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
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405-720-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: COM LIT CM170
185
SPECIAL TOPICS
N
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TR
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2270
RIBET, E.R.
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30
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M
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1264
WOODS, J.B.
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30
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Gender Studies 185, lecture 1:
Gender Studies 185, lecture 2:
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
187
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
SENIOR RESEARCH SEM N
Winter 2016
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
405-810-202 LEC 3
405-822-200 SEM 1
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
TR
R
3:30- 4:45P
1:00- 3:50P
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1329
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0
16
30
30
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LG 4.0
T
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A6
THE STAFF
15
30
LG 4.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
405-822-201 SEM 2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
M195CE COMPARATIVE INTERN
N
405-871-201 TUT
1
VAR
MARCHANT, E.A.
0
30
SO 4.0
9:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
2121
THE STAFF
10
30
LG 4.0
W
3:00- 5:50P
SMB
B544
KEYES, C.L.
0
30
SO 4.0
T
1:00- 4:50P
MOORE
2016
HARDING, S.
5
30
LG 4.0
T
1:00- 3:50P
HUMANTS A48
KING, K.C.
0
30
SO 5.0
MWF
11:00- 11:50A DODD
121
JAY, J.A.
144
04
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W
T
W
W
W
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F
TR
1:00- 2:50P
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1343
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18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
190
14
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218
1343
1343
210
210
218
218
P350
WISE, M.N.
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
200
04
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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LG 6.0
M
M
M
M
T
T
T
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W
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2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
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1343
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218
218
1343
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218
218
218
218
P350
NAGY, J.F.
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
200
07
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0.0
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M
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TR
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2317
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218
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DECKER, J.L.
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20
20
20
20
20
20
20
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FRISCIA, A.R.
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
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0
200
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GEOLOGY
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GEOLOGY
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GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
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4653
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4653
SAME AS: AF AMER M195CE,AM IND M195CE,ASIA AM M195CE,CHICANO M195CE
202
KEY THEORIES&CNCPTS N
805-013-200 LEC
1
W
RESTRICT: GENDER STUDIES GRADUATE STUDENTS
M261
GENDER&MUSIC
M266
FEMINIST THRY&RSRCH N
N
805-366-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: ETHNOMU M261
805-396-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: EDUC M266
RESTRICT: GENDER STUDIES GRADUATE STUDENTS
CM270
FML VOICE-CNTMP LIT
N
805-420-200 SEM 1
GENERAL EDUCATION CLUSTERS
M1B
FOOD-ENVIRON&SUST
Y
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LEC
1
SAME AS: ENVIRON M1B
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
20B
INTERRCL DYNAMCS-US Y
226-005-201
226-005-202
226-005-203
226-005-204
226-005-205
226-005-206
226-005-207
226-005-208
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1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
21B
HIST-MODERN THOUGHT Y
226-061-201
226-061-202
226-061-203
226-061-204
226-061-205
226-061-206
226-061-207
226-061-208
226-061-209
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LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
30B
PERSPECTIVE ON MYTH Y
226-067-201
226-067-202
226-067-203
226-067-204
226-067-205
226-067-206
226-067-207
226-067-208
226-067-209
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DIS
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DIS
DIS
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DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
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1
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
60B
AMERICA 1954-1974
Y
226-091-201
226-091-202
226-091-203
226-091-204
226-091-205
226-091-206
226-091-207
226-091-208
226-091-209
226-091-210
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DIS
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DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
70B
COSMOS AND LIFE
Y
226-181-201
226-181-202
226-181-203
226-181-204
226-181-205
226-181-206
226-181-207
226-181-208
226-181-209
226-181-210
226-181-211
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1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
226-211-201
226-211-202
226-211-203
226-211-204
226-211-205
226-211-206
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1J
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
20
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20
20
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20
20
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0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Winter 2016
GEOGRAPHY / 121
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
M71B
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
BIOTECHNLGY&SOCIETY Y
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CLS
TYP
SEC
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
LEC
1
MW
12:30- 1:45P
DE NEVE
P350
RENSEL, M.A.
120
05
LG 6.0
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1G
1H
1
M
M
T
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PUB AFF
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DE NEVE
2278
2317
2278
2278
225
210
1264
1264
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SAGUY, A.C.
20
20
20
20
20
20
0
0
160
15
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 6.0
T
T
W
W
R
R
R
R
9:00- 10:50A
11:00- 12:50P
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PUB AFF
COVEL
COVEL
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
COVEL
COVEL
2317
2317
210
225
2278
2278
210
210
FEE
UNITS
SAME AS: SOC GEN M71B
M72B
SEX-BIOLOGY-SOCIETY Y
226-217-201
226-217-202
226-217-203
226-217-204
226-217-205
226-217-206
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226-220-201
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DIS
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20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For GE Clusters 73B, lecture 1, there will be one MANDATORY midterm examination from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, February 8, 2016.
73B
HIST&SCI&PHIL-BRAIN
Y
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CHANDLER, S.H.
160
HSU, P.T.
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30
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FRONTRS-HUMAN AGINGY
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DIS
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GEOGRAPHY
GEOGRAPHY POLICY FOR ATTENDANCE AND LATE ENROLLMENT: The department will cancel your enrollment if you do not attend at least one of the first two class meetings. Geography 100
through 187 are limited to departmental majors and minors on the first enrollment pass. Nonmajors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting. Undergraduates are encouraged to contact the
instructor regarding enrollment in graduate geography courses.
3
4
CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY N
REGNL DEV&WRLD ECONN
5
PEOPLE&EARTH ECOSYSN
104
M106
CLIMATOLOGY
N
APPLIED CLIMATOLOGY N
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0.0
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XUE, Y.
90
20
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OKIN, G.S.
70
13
SO 4.0
CARNEY, J.A.
AGNEW, J.A.
SHEPPARD, E.S.
GOODWIN-WHITE, J.M
LEITNER, H.M.
GOODWIN-WHITE, J.M
GOODWIN-WHITE, J.M
CARNEY, J.A.
SHIN, M.E.
GILLESPIE, T.W.
12
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4.0
AGNEW, J.A.
FRICKER, G.A.
16
30
SAME AS: A&O SCI M106
M109
BIOPHYSCL ENVIRONMT N
207-353-200 LEC
SAME AS: ENVIRON M109
M127
SOILS&ENVIRONMENT
N
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LEC
11:00- 12:15P BUNCHE
A163
SAME AS: EE BIOL M127,ENVIRON M127
132
140
141
142
143
144
147
159C
168
169
FOOD & ENVIRONMENT N
POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY N
PRSPRTY&PVRTY-3 WLD N
POPULATION GEOGRPHYN
PPLTN-INTERACT WRLD N
ETHNICITY-US CITY
N
SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY
N
PROBLEMS-GEOGRAPHY N
INTMD GEOG INFO SYS Y
REMOTE SENSING&GIS Y
207-486-201
207-486-202
207-486-203
207-486-204
207-486-205
207-523-200
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DIS
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1E
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
T
TR
TR
MW
TR
TR
TBA
M
VAR
TR
1:00- 3:50P
9:30- 10:45A
11:00- 12:15P
8:00- 9:15A
12:30- 1:45P
3:30- 4:45P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HAINES
BUNCHE
DODD
HAINES
9:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
ONLINE
11:00- 12:50P PUB AFF
A163
A163
A2
A163
121
A2
1221B
2035B
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
122 / GERMANIC LANGUAGES
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
170
177
ADV GEOG INFO SYSTM Y
FIELD METHODS
N
182B
C194A
BRAZIL
BIOPHYSICAL GEOG
205
227
231
SEMINAR-CLIMATOLOGY N
LAND DEGRADATION
N
ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY N
CLS
TYP
207-682-200 LEC
207-762-200 LEC
SEC
FEE
1
1
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
9:00- 11:50A PUB AFF
11:00- 12:15P BUNCHE
2035B
SHENG, Y.
OKIN, G.S.
50
20
01
30
SO 4.0
SO 5.0
4:00- 5:15P BUNCHE
12:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
A163
1261
BELL, S.A.
XUE, Y.
100
5
30
30
SO 4.0
PN 1.0
10
10
15
30
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
5
30
LG 4.0
DAYS
TIME
M
TR
TR
M
BUILDING
UNITS
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
N
N
207-755-200 LEC 1
207-866-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GEOG/ENVIRON STUDIES MAJORS/MINORS,ALL GEOGRAPHY MAJORS AND MINORS
607-066-200 SEM 1
607-162-200 SEM 1
607-186-200 SEM 1
T
TBA
R
12:00- 2:50P
BUNCHE
3:00- 5:50P
BUNCHE
1261
RAPHAEL, M.N.
THE STAFF
SHEPPARD, E.S.
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M236A
REGNL ECON DVLPMT 1 N
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LEC
1
R
2:00- 4:50P
W
12:00- 12:50P
W
2:00- 4:50P
STORPER, M.C.
SAME AS: PUB PLC M240,URBN PL M236A
607-217-201 DIS
1A
5
0.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M243
INTERNATL MIGRATION N
607-258-200 LEC
1
GOODWIN-WHITE, J.M
10
30
SO 4.0
SAME AS: SOCIOL M236B
250
TPC-URBAN GEOGRAPHYN
282
292
SOUTH AMERICA
N
RGNL GEOG-SLCTD RGN N
607-300-200 SEM 1
T
3:00- 5:50P
BUNCHE
1221D
LEITNER, H.M.
15
30
SO 4.0
607-465-200 SEM 1
607-536-200 LEC 1
W
TR
2:00- 4:50P
3:30- 4:45P
BUNCHE
1221D
BELL, S.A.
LETTENMAIER, D.P.
10
10
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
GERMANIC LANGUAGES
Afrikaans
40
AFRIKAANS LIT-TRNSL
Y
214-120-200 LEC
1
TR
11:00- 12:15P ROYCE
154
KIRSNER, R.S.
40
13
SO 5.0
ELEMENTARY DUTCH
N
216-341-200 LEC
1
MWF
1:00- 1:50P
3108
BRIER, M.F.
25
06
SO 4.0
Dutch
103B
ROLFE
German
Students who have taken German elsewhere (without receiving UCLA credit) and wish to take German 1 thru 6 should contact Professor Tarnawska at [email protected] for information.
1
ELEMENTARY GERMAN
N
2
ELEMENTARY GERMAN
Y
4
5
59
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN Y
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN Y
HOLOCAUST-FILM&LIT N
141
153
159
233
M264
GERMANIC LINGUISTIC N
CONVRSTN&COMPOSTN 2N
CULTURAL STUDIES
N
OLD SAXON
N
TOPCS-LING ANALYSIS N
215-005-201
215-005-202
215-010-201
215-010-202
215-010-203
215-010-204
215-020-200
215-025-200
----------215-176-201
215-176-202
215-176-203
215-176-204
215-176-205
215-176-206
215-176-207
215-176-208
215-176-209
215-176-210
215-176-211
215-176-212
215-546-200
215-618-200
215-654-200
615-231-200
615-384-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
DIS
SEM
1
2
1
2
3
4
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1J
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1
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1
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MTWRF 11:00- 11:50A
MTWRF 9:00- 9:50A
MTWRF 10:00- 10:50A
MTWRF 11:00- 11:50A
MTWRF 12:00- 12:50P
MTWRF 11:00- 11:50A
MTWR 10:00- 10:50A
TR
11:00- 12:15P
F
9:00- 9:50A
F
9:00- 9:50A
F
9:00- 9:50A
F
10:00- 10:50A
F
10:00- 10:50A
F
10:00- 10:50A
F
11:00- 11:50A
F
11:00- 11:50A
F
11:00- 11:50A
F
12:00- 12:50P
F
12:00- 12:50P
F
12:00- 12:50P
TR
12:30- 1:45P
MWF 11:00- 11:50A
MWF 10:00- 10:50A
TR
3:30- 4:45P
M
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HUMANTS
ROLFE
ROYCE
ROYCE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
MOORE
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROLFE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
ROLFE
ROLFE
PUB AFF
ROLFE
ROYCE
ROLFE
ROYCE
ROLFE
ROYCE
ROYCE
ROYCE
2178
2168
A26
3116
150
150
3153
3143
100
150
156
164
3121
1278
1284
3126
3121
1270
3126
160
3121
154
3116
154
152
166
21
21
21
21
21
21
22
22
13
SO
SO
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SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
STEVENS, C.M.
TARNAWSKA SENEL, M
TARNAWSKA SENEL, M
STEVENS, C.M.
KIRSNER, R.S.
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
360
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30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
30
40
15
15
30
30
30
30
30
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SO
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SO
SO
KIM, D.D.
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SAME AS: APPLING M262
Yiddish
101B
ELEMENTARY YIDDISH
N
365-307-200 LEC
1
TR
12:00- 1:50P
BUNCHE
1265
KORAL, M.R.
20
30
SO 4.0
N
224-326-200 LEC
1
MW
4:00- 5:50P
PUB AFF
1222
TORRES-GIL, F.M.
10
30
LG 4.0
GERONTOLOGY
M104C
DIVERSITY IN AGING
SAME AS: GENDER M104C,SOC WLF M104C
M108
BIOMED&SOC&POL-AGNGN
224-348-200 LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
DODD
161
LEVY-STORMS, L.F.
48
30
LG 5.0
1
R
4:00- 6:50P
KNSY PV
1240B
HILL, A.
0
16
SO 4.0
1
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1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1
1
MW
W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
W
MW
TR
2:00- 3:15P
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
8:00- 9:15A
3:30- 4:45P
DODD
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HAINES
ROYCE
HAINES
147
3157
2178
2160
2278
1256
2242
3143
3153
A25
190
A24
THE STAFF
07
BORDENKIRCHER, E.
THE STAFF
225
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
40
25
01
30
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
PUB HLT
51279
COWGILL, B.O.
34
08
SO 4.0
25
08
LG 4.0
SAME AS: SOC WLF M108
M119O
PSYCHOLOGY OF AGING N
224-426-200 LEC
SAME AS: PSYCH M119O
GLOBAL STUDIES
100A
GOVERNANCE&CONFLICTY
160
188A
SELECTED TOPICS
SPECIAL TOPICS
N
N
----------022-302-201
022-302-202
022-302-203
022-302-204
022-302-205
022-302-206
022-302-207
022-302-208
022-302-209
022-660-200
022-828-200
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SEM
HEALTH POLICY AND MANAGEMENT
100
INTRO HLT POL MGMT
140
MATERNAL&CHILD HLTH N
N
409-300-200 LEC
1
MW
3:00- 4:50P
RESTRICT: GRADUATE PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITY HEALTH MAJORS AND PUBLIC HEALTH MINORS
409-540-200 SEM 1
MW
3:30- 4:45P
BOTANY
325
KUO, A.A.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
HISTORY / 123
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
200B
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
HLT SSTMS ORG&FINAN N
CLS
TYP
809-002-200 LEC
SEC
1
FEE
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
55
30
SO 4.0
DOBALIAN, A.
COMANOR, W.S.
0
20
30
30
SO 4.0
1.0
SCHWEITZER, S.O.
HAYS, R.D.
30
22
30
30
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
31262
A2125
WORTHAM, J.S.
INKELAS, M.
GANZ, P.A.
0
15
15
30
30
30
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
PUB HLT
71257
NEEDLEMAN, J.
23
30
LG 6.0
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
A1241
31262
41268
VARGAS BUSTAMANTE,
RICE, T.H.
23
15
20
30
30
0.0
SU 2.0
LG 2.0-4.0
MW
10:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
71257
NEEDLEMAN, J.
20
30
LG 4.0
TR
10:00- 11:50A HLTHSCI
43105A CAIN, C.L.
30
30
SO 4.0
8:00- 9:50A
FLORES, J.R.
43105A SCHWEITZER, S.O.
0
35
30
30
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
MW
3:00- 4:50P
HLTHSCI
33105A VARGAS BUSTAMANTE,
TBA
R
4:30- 6:20P
PUB HLT
61235
MW
M
8:00- 9:50A PUB HLT
9:00- 11:50A TBA
51279
TBA
W
W
9:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
9:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
MW
1:00- 2:50P
F
M
R
12:00- 1:50P
5:00- 6:50P
12:00- 1:30P
UNITS
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M204B
PHARMCTCL ECON&PLCYN
205
214
PHARMACEUTICAL PLCY N
MSRMNTS-HEALTH CAREN
215A
215B
217
HLTHCR QLTY&PRFRMNCN
IMPRVMT/IMPLMNT SCI N
EVIDENCE-BASED MDCN N
225B
HS RESEARCH DESIGN
809-002-202 LEC 2
809-025-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: ECON M204M
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
809-030-201 LEC
809-084-200 LEC
1
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
809-090-202 LEC
809-091-201 LEC
809-102-200 LEC
2
1
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
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LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
226B
227B
READINGS HS RESRCH N
TOPICS-HEALTH SERVS N
M233
HLTH POLICY ANLYSIS
809-151-201 LAB 1A
809-157-201 SEM 1
809-163-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
809-198-201 LEC
1
SAME AS: COM HLT M252
234
HLTH SERVC ORG&MGMTN
809-204-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M236
MICECNM THR-HL SECT N
809-204-202 LEC
809-216-200 LEC
2
1
TBA
TR
HLTHSCI
SAME AS: PUB PLC M268
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
241
251
ECON-HEALTH POLICY N
QUAL IMPROVMNT&INFON
809-246-201 LEC
809-306-201 LEC
1
1
TR
TBA
10:00- 11:50A PUB HLT
41268
RICE, T.H.
WORTHAM, J.S.
24
0
30
30
LG 4.0
LG 2.0
F
3:00- 4:50P
PUB HLT
41235
WELLS, K.B.
15
30
LG 4.0
T
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
3164
REBER, S.J.
5
30
LG 4.0
M
2:00- 4:50P
GEOLOGY 6704
MAYS, V.M.
20
30
SO 4.0
R
MW
3:00- 5:50P PUB HLT
10:00- 11:50A HLTHSCI
41268 KOMINSKI, G.F.
33105A ZIMMERMAN, F.J.
34
40
30
30
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
W
T
2:00- 4:50P
1:00- 3:50P
PUB HLT
PUB HLT
31262
41235
FU, P.C.
HILBERMAN, D.W.
15
20
30
30
LG 4.0
SO 4.0
TBA
T
2:00- 4:50P
PUB HLT
41268
VRIESMAN, L.J.
ELGINER, J.A.
0
45
30
15
LG 4.0
SO 4.0
M
2:00- 3:50P
PUB HLT
41268
PELLICCIONI, L.S.
30
08
SO 2.0
CUEN, P.
SINAIKO, R.E.
0
0
30
30
LG 2.0-4.0
LG 2.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
266B
COM-BASED PART HLTH N
809-397-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M269
HLT CARE PLCY&FINAN N
M274
RACIAL&ETH MINR POP N
809-414-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: PUB PLC M269
809-444-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: PSYCH M274
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
280
M285
REFORM-POLICY&RSRCHN
ETHICAL THEORY
N
809-480-201 SEM 1
809-510-201 LEC 1
SAME AS: COM HLT M249L
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
401
432
PUB HLTH INFORMATCS N
MGMT-HLTHCAR DELVRY N
433
436
HEALTHCARE STRATEGY N
HLTHCARE FINAN MGMT N
809-602-201 LEC 1
809-664-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
809-667-202 LEC
809-672-200 LEC
2
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
437
LGL ENV-HLT SER MGT
N
809-674-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
445
450
HEALTH CARE MARKTNG N
HLTHCARE FINAN APPL N
809-690-202 LEC
809-700-202 LEC
2
2
TBA
TBA
HISTORY
History 97A through 188 are limited to History premajors and majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Nonmajors may enroll in History 97 and upper division history courses (except those
in the 191 series) on the second pass beginning November 19, 2015. History 191 courses are closed until second pass beginning November 19, 2015, and are limited to senior History majors.
1A
WESTERN CIVILIZATN
N
1B
WESTERN CIVILIZATN
N
3C
SCI-RELATIVITY-DNA
N
8B
MODRN LATIN AMERICA N
----------221-004-201
221-004-202
221-004-203
221-004-204
221-004-205
221-004-206
221-004-207
221-004-208
221-004-209
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221-004-211
221-004-212
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221-006-208
221-006-209
221-006-210
221-006-211
221-006-212
----------221-018-201
221-018-202
221-018-203
221-018-204
221-018-205
221-018-206
----------221-044-201
221-044-202
LEC
DIS
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DIS
LEC
DIS
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DIS
DIS
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LEC
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1A
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1L
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1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
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1K
1L
1
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1F
1
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MW
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MWF
M
M
9:30- 10:45A
1:00- 1:50P
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3:00- 3:50P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
12:00- 12:50P
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
11:00- 11:50A
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 12:15P
1:00- 1:50P
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
12:30- 1:45P
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
ROLFE
BUNCHE
LAKRETZ
BOELTER
BUNCHE
DODD
DODD
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
GEOLOGY
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HAINES
HAINES
LAKRETZ
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HUMANTS
HAINES
BUNCHE
LAKRETZ
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HAINES
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
HUMANTS
1200
3123
100
4413
3178
162
167
1256
1284
4660
2232
3156
3170
39
A6
100
2156
3178
A152
3143
A60
A44
A152
100
3156
3164
220
A152
2319
2238
3153
3143
3170
2209A
2238
A56
LANGDON, J.S.
MCCLENDON, M.C.
PORTER, T.M.
THE STAFF
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240
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
240
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
120
20
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12
04
14
03
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0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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0.0
0.0
0.0
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0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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0.0
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0.0
0.0
124 / HISTORY
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
9A
INDIA
N
9C
JAPAN
N
11B
HIS-CHINA-1000-1950
N
12A
MASS IMPRISONMENT
N
13B
US&COLONL ORGNS-19CN
19
FIAT LUX FRSHMN SEM
N
CLS
TYP
SEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
T
T
W
R
MWF
M
M
T
W
W
R
TR
M
M
M
T
T
W
W
R
R
MWF
M
W
M
W
R
T
TR
T
T
T
W
W
F
R
R
R
MW
M
M
M
T
T
T
W
W
T
T
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
4:00- 4:50P
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 3:15P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 2:50P
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
12:00- 12:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
10:00- 10:50A
9:30- 10:45A
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
4:00- 4:50P
8:00- 9:15A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
3:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BOELTER
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
BOELTER
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
ROYCE
BUNCHE
BOELTER
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
BOELTER
KAUFMAN
BUNCHE
MS
KAUFMAN
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
KAUFMAN
FRANZ
BUNCHE
FRANZ
HUMANTS
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
KAUFMAN
HAINES
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
KAUFMAN
BUNCHE
MS
BOELTER
BUNCHE
HAINES
ROYCE
BUNCHE
GEOLOGY
LAKRETZ
BOELTER
DODD
3156
2160
5272
A152
2209A
1337
2156
1284
5419
3170
2232
362
A152
5280
2168
3164
3150
2232
9436
101
A152
4000A
153
2250
2319
101
2288
1221A
1178
A66
3170
1284
3157
101
110
3156
2160
101
2209A
3915A
5280
2160
A28
156
3156
4660
120
4413
178
W
2:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
T
5:00- 5:50P
TR
T
T
W
W
R
W
T
Y 221-289-201 SEM 2
Y 221-289-202 SEM 3
221-044-203
221-044-204
221-044-205
221-044-206
----------221-049-201
221-049-202
221-049-203
221-049-204
221-049-205
221-049-206
----------221-051-201
221-051-202
221-051-203
221-051-204
221-051-205
221-051-206
221-051-207
221-051-208
221-051-209
----------221-062-201
221-062-202
221-062-203
221-062-204
221-062-205
221-062-206
----------221-029-201
221-029-202
221-029-203
221-029-204
221-029-205
221-029-206
221-029-207
221-029-208
221-029-209
----------221-068-201
221-068-202
221-068-203
221-068-204
221-068-205
221-068-206
221-068-207
221-068-208
221-068-209
221-066-201
FEE
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
RUIZ, T.F.
20
20
20
20
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
180
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
180
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
180
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
2160
LAL, V.
DODD
178
12:30- 1:45P
12:00- 12:50P
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
1:00- 1:50P
4:00- 4:50P
11:00- 1:50P
BROAD
MS
BOELTER
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
GEOLOGY
HAINES
2100A
3915H
5272
2168
3156
3157
6704
A28
M
12:00- 2:50P
BUNCHE
W
1:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
LAL, V.
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
04
SO
15
SO
04
SO
12
SO
01
SO
30
PN
20
30
PN 1.0
RUIZ, T.F.
20
30
PN 1.0
SUBRAHMANYAM, S.
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
14
30
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
A152
20
30
LG 5.0
A152
20
30
LG 5.0
HIRANO, K.
GOLDMAN, A.S.
LYTLE HERNANDEZ, K
ARON, S.A.
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
History 19, seminar 1: UCLA Centennial Initiative: Los Angeles Architecture and Ethnicity
221-066-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
History 19, seminar 2: Histories of Multiculturalism and Public Art in Los Angeles
221-066-203 SEM 3
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
History 19, seminar 3: Social World of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice
21
96W
WORLD HIST 600-1760
N
INT-HISTRCL PRCTICE
Y
----------221-086-201
221-086-202
221-086-203
221-086-204
221-086-205
221-086-206
Y 221-289-200
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
History 96W, seminar 1:
History 96W, seminar 2:
History 96W, seminar 3:
Y 221-289-204 SEM 4
R
1:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
A152
20
30
LG 5.0
Y 221-289-205 SEM 5
W
12:00- 2:50P
BUNCHE
2178
20
30
LG 5.0
History 96W, seminar 4:
History 96W, seminar 5:
97A
ANCIENT HISTORY
N
221-291-201 SEM 1
F
11:00- 1:50P
PUB AFF
2284
THE STAFF
22
30
SO 4.0
N
221-293-201 SEM 1
R
2:00- 4:50P
HAINES
110
TUTINO, S.
20
30
SO 4.0
N
221-293-202 SEM 2
221-294-201 SEM 1
M
M
1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE 5288
10:00- 12:50P HUMANTS A56
JACOB, M.C.
JACOBY, R.
20
20
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
2:00- 4:50P
A152
GILHUIS, N.D.
22
30
SO 4.0
History 97A, seminar 1:
97C
EUROPEAN HISTORY
History 97C, seminar 1:
97D
US HISTORY
RESTRICT: UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY
History 97D, seminar 1:
221-294-202 SEM 2
T
BUNCHE
History 97D, seminar 2: Savages, Heretics, and Rogue Colonies: Shifting Alliances in Atlantic World, 1600 to 1800
221-294-203 SEM 3
W
4:00- 6:50P
BUNCHE
3150
THE STAFF
22
30
SO 4.0
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
2232
2292
THE STAFF
VON GLAHN, R.
22
20
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
1221A
A152
PIRANI, C.
DUFENDACH, R.A.
22
18
09
30
SO 4.0
LG 5.0
History 97D, seminar 3: Public History, Digital Media, and American City
97G
EAST ASIAN HISTORY
N
221-294-204 SEM 4
221-276-201 SEM 1
F
W
12:00- 2:50P
2:00- 4:50P
N
N
221-283-201 SEM 1
221-270-200 SEM 1
W
W
3:00- 5:50P BUNCHE
10:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
History 97G, seminar 1:
97M
98T
SE ASIAN HISTORY
ATLANTIC EXCHANGES
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
101
M103B
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
TOPICS-WORLD HIST
ANCIENT EGYPT CIV
N
N
CLS
TYP
221-305-200 LEC
----------LEC
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
1
1
M
MW
2:00- 4:50P
2:00- 3:15P
PUB AFF
HAINES
2270
118
DERBY, L.
COLE, E.C.
60
60
08
07
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
F
F
F
F
F
F
MW
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
9:30- 10:45A
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
DODD
2168
3178
3170
3123
3170
3123
78
CARTER, E.F.
10
10
10
10
10
10
25
02
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
1
1
1
TR
TR
TR
12:30- 1:45P PUB AFF
9:30- 10:45A DODD
2:00- 3:15P PUB AFF
2250
167
1246
ASLANIAN, S.D.
ASLANIAN, S.D.
SHAYEGAN, M.R.
60
60
50
14
12
15
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
1
1
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1
1A
1B
1C
1
1
1
1
1
1
MW
MWF
TR
T
T
W
T
F
F
TR
MW
M
T
W
MW
MWF
TR
TR
TR
MW
3:30- 4:45P
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 12:15P
4:00- 4:50P
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 12:15P
11:00- 12:15P
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
3:30- 4:45P
9:00- 9:50A
8:00- 9:15A
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
2:00- 3:15P
HUMANTS
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
GEOLOGY
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
HAINES
PUB AFF
DODD
HUMANTS
BUNCHE
KAUFMAN
MS
ROYCE
PUB AFF
DODD
DODD
DODD
PUB AFF
169
2250
1209B
4645
1256
3153
2232
A28
2250
170
A65
3117
101
7608
362
1246
161
167
167
1278
PIRNAZAR, N.
PHILLIPS, D.D.
MELLOR, R.J.
08
04
13
JACOBY, R.
STACEY, P.J.
FORD, C.C.
SABEAN, D.
URDANK, A.M.
GRIFFIN, S.
70
60
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
60
100
20
20
20
120
100
100
60
60
0
08
02
11
15
16
07
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
1
1
1
1
1
TR
MWF
TR
TR
TR
11:00- 12:15P
11:00- 11:50A
8:00- 9:15A
12:30- 1:45P
3:30- 4:45P
PUB AFF
DODD
BUNCHE
HUMANTS
DODD
2250
167
1209B
A51
78
ANDERSON, F.R.
YIRUSH, C.B.
WAUGH, J.
COREY, M.F.
LEWIS, B.J.
60
60
180
250
30
13
04
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SEC
FEE
UNITS
SAME AS: AN N EA M103B
M104C
BABYLONIANS
N
221-309-201
221-309-202
221-309-203
221-309-204
221-309-205
221-309-206
221-469-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SAME AS: AN N EA M104C
105B
107A
M110B
MID EAST 1300-1700
ARMENIA TO 11TH CEN
IRANIAN CIVLIZATION
N
N
N
111C
113B
114B
TPCS-MODERN MIDEASTN
HIST ANCIENT GREECE N
HISTORY OF ROME
N
119B
119C
EUROPE 1000-1500
N
MDVL CVLZ-MDTR HRTL N
121E
122A
124B
125B
126
M127A
MOD EUROP-1914-1945 N
EUR-CUL&INTELL-15C N
FRANCE 1715-1871
N
NATIONLSM-19C GRMNY N
EUROPE 1775-1815
N
ORIGINS-RSE MUSCOVY N
136A
138B
139A
140C
M147E
BRITAIN-1485-1715
RVLU AMER 1760-1800
US CIVIL WAR&RECON
U S SINCE 1960
DEAF COMMUNITIES-US
M150B
INTRO AFRO-AMER HIS N
221-317-200 LEC
221-335-200 LEC
221-347-200 LEC
SAME AS: AN N EA M110B,IRANIAN M110B
221-353-200
221-362-200
----------221-359-201
221-359-202
221-359-203
221-359-204
221-359-205
221-359-206
221-398-200
----------221-383-201
221-383-202
221-383-203
221-330-200
221-395-200
221-404-200
221-413-200
221-420-200
221-429-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
MARKMAN, K.
GOLDBERG, J.L.
13
04
SAME AS: RUSSN M118
N
N
N
N
N
221-476-200
221-506-200
221-512-200
221-518-200
221-584-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SAME AS: ASL M120
-----------
LEC
1
TR
11:00- 12:15P PUB AFF
1222
KELLEY, R.D.
49
13
SO 4.0
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
T
W
W
W
F
F
TR
4:00- 4:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
9:30- 10:45A
MS
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HAINES
HAINES
DODD
DODD
6229
1221A
1221A
A6
A44
167
170
GOMEZ-QUINONES, J.
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
12
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
1
MW
12:30- 1:45P
HAINES
220
DE GUZMAN, J.
60
05
SO 4.0
221-633-200 LEC
----------LEC
1
2
MW
MW
12:30- 1:45P
12:30- 1:45P
PUB AFF 2250
HUMANTS 169
LYNCH, D.
HYDE, C.L.
60
0
05
05
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
2A
2B
2C
2D
1
TBA
W
W
W
TR
4:00- 4:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
11:00- 12:15P
MS
MS
BOELTER
PUB AFF
VAZQUEZ SEMADENI,
0
0
0
0
60
13
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
1
1
1
1
MW
TBA
MWF
TR
M
9:30- 10:45A PUB AFF
2250
9:00- 9:50A DODD
11:00- 12:15P DODD
2:00- 4:50P PUB AFF
167
167
2319
LYDON, G.E.
LYDON, G.E.
VON GLAHN, R.
ROBINSON, G.
LUCE, C.E.
60
60
60
0
20
02
20
02
13
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
1
TR
12:30- 1:45P
BUNCHE
1221A
CIFOLA, B.
15
14
SO 4.0
W
T
2:00- 4:50P
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
ROYCE
2173
166
MELLOR, R.J.
GOLDBERG, J.L.
15
15
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
A78
MCCLENDON, M.C.
15
30
SO 4.0
GETTY, J.A.
15
30
SO 4.0
SAME AS: AF AMER M158B
M151B
HIST-CHICANO PEOPLE N
221-612-201
221-612-202
221-612-203
221-612-204
221-612-205
221-612-206
221-624-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SAME AS: CHICANO M159B
M155
HIST OF LOS ANGELES
N
221-640-200 LEC
SAME AS: CHICANO M183
156
TOPICS-US HISTORY
N
History 156, lecture 2: Reading Citizenship
N
221-633-211
221-633-212
221-633-213
221-633-214
221-673-200
165
166B
170A
176A
M181SL
TOPICS-AFRICAN HIST
HIST OF WEST AFRICA
CLTR&PWR-IMPRL CHIN
HIST SOUTHEAST ASIA
JEWS IN LOS ANGELES
N
N
N
N
N
221-687-200
221-609-200
221-699-200
221-723-200
221-581-200
M185D
RELIGION-ANCT NR EA
N
161
LATIN AMERICAN HIST
3915D
6201
4283
2214
History 161, lecture 1:
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SAME AS: JEWISH M181SL
221-620-200 LEC
SAME AS: AN N EA M185D,RELIGN M185D
191A
191B
SEM-ANCIENT HISTORY N
SEM-MEDIEVAL
N
221-788-201 SEM 1
221-789-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY
History 191B, seminar 1:
191C
SEM-EUROPE
N
221-790-201 SEM 1
W
2:00- 4:50P
HAINES
M
2:00- 4:50P
KAUFMAN 153
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
History 191C, seminar 1:
221-790-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,HISTORY MAJORS
History 191C, seminar 2:
221-790-203 SEM 3
221-790-204 SEM 4
T
M
4:00- 6:50P BUNCHE
10:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
2150
2150
SABEAN, D.
BEREND, I.T.
15
15
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
T
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
2173
LYTLE HERNANDEZ, K
15
30
SO 4.0
W
3:00- 5:50P
BUNCHE
2178
YIRUSH, C.B.
15
30
SO 4.0
10:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
2150
HIGBIE, F.T.
15
30
SO 4.0
History 191C, seminar 4: European Union: History and Political Economy, 1945 to 2013
191D
SEM-UNITED STATES
N
221-791-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE
History 191D, seminar 1:
221-791-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,HISTORY, HISTORY/ART HISTORY
History 191D, seminar 2:
221-791-203 SEM 3
T
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
221-791-204 SEM 4
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
F
9:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
A152
LUCKETT, M.S.
20
30
SO 4.0
R
10:00- 12:50P OFF CAM
DESVEAUX, J.A.
35
30
LG 8.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE
History 191D, seminar 4:
M191DC CAPPP WASHINGTN SEM N
221-795-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: COMM ST M191DC,POL SCI M191DC,SOCIOL M191DC
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
191E
191I
SEM-LATIN AMERICA
N
SEM-SCIENCE/TECHNOL N
191J
SEM-AFRICA
221-792-201 SEM 1
221-852-201 SEM 1
M
R
12:00- 2:50P
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
YRL
2121
SUMMERHILL, W.R.
TERRALL, M.
15
10
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
M
11:00- 1:50P
PUB AFF
2292
WORGER, W.H.
15
30
SO 4.0
W
M
2:00- 4:50P
1:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
2174
2178
LYDON, G.E.
BOUSTAN, R.S.
15
15
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
221-895-201 SEM 1
221-896-201 SEM 1
M
M
3:00- 5:50P MS
9:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
6201
2174
SUBRAHMANYAM, S.
THE STAFF
15
15
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
221-816-200 SEM 1
R
10:00- 12:50P OFF CAM
DESVEAUX, J.A.
15
30
LG 4.0
HIGBIE, F.T.
30
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
N
221-882-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE
History 191J, seminar 1:
191K
SEM-RELIGION
N
221-882-202 SEM 2
221-884-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE
History 191K, seminar 1:
191N
191O
SEM-INDIA
SEM-WORLD HISTORY
N
N
History 191O, seminar 1: Art and Politics
M194DC CAPPP WASH DC RSRCH N
SAME AS: POL SCI M194DC,SOCIOL M194DC
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
195CE
COMM&CORPRAT INTERNN
221-867-201 TUT
1
VAR
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
200J
ADV HIST NEAR EAST
N
M200V
ADV HIST AFRC AMRCN N
201A
TOPICS-ANC GREECE
621-011-201 SEM 1
621-011-202 SEM 2
621-023-200 SEM 1
TBA
W
M
9:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
2:00- 4:50P FRANZ
2174
2258A
GELVIN, J.L.
MORONY, M.G.
KELLEY, R.D.
10
10
0
30
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
M
2:00- 4:50P
MS
3915G
PHILLIPS, D.D.
10
30
SO 4.0
621-032-200 SEM 1
W
3:00- 5:50P
BUNCHE
2150
TUTINO, S.
10
30
SO 4.0
621-033-201
621-036-200
621-037-201
621-037-202
M
M
M
R
3:00- 5:50P
2:00- 4:50P
3:00- 5:50P
10:00- 12:50P
BUNCHE
BOELTER
BUNCHE
HAINES
2174
4283
2121
A28
FORD, C.C.
HUDSON, P.J.
SUMMERHILL, W.R.
TERRACIANO, K.B.
10
10
10
10
30
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
M
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
2173
WORGER, W.H.
10
30
SO 4.0
TBA
M
1:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
2178
LYDON, G.E.
BOUSTAN, R.S.
10
10
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
F
10:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
2121
ROBINSON, G.
10
30
SO 4.0
W
M
TBA
R
T
T
4:00- 6:50P
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
MS
2121
5225
4:00- 6:50P
4:00- 6:50P
3:00- 5:50P
KAUFMAN 136
KAUFMAN 136
PUB AFF 2292
ARON, S.A.
MCCLENDON, M.C.
DUBOIS, E.C.
ANDERSON, F.R.
BRENNER, R.P.
WAUGH, J.
10
10
10
10
10
10
30
30
30
30
30
30
SO 4.0
SU 1.0
SO 4.0
4.0
4.0
SO 4.0
F
R
1:00- 3:50P ROLFE
10:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
3120
11377
GOLDMAN, A.S.
GREEN, N.S.
10
0
30
30
4.0
SU 2.0
M
R
R
1:00- 3:50P BUNCHE
10:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
10:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
2150
2150
5288
LAL, V.
STEIN, S.A.
TERRALL, M.
10
10
10
30
30
30
4.0
4.0
LG 4.0
HIGBIE, F.T.
0
30
SU 4.0
SAME AS: AF AMER M200A
N
621-029-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS
History 201A, seminar 1:
201D
TOPICS-ERLY MOD EUR N
History 201D, seminar 1:
201E
201H
201I
TOPICS-MODRN EUROPEN
TOPICS-U S
N
TOPICS-LAT AMERICA
N
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
1
1
1
2
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
History 201I, seminar 2:
201N
TOPICS-AFRICA
N
621-042-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS
History 201N, seminar 1:
201P
TOPICS-RELIGIONS
N
621-042-202 SEM 2
621-044-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS
History 201P, seminar 1:
201T
TOPICS-SOUTHEA ASIA N
621-048-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS
History 201T, seminar 1:
204
205B
213C
231A
235A
246B
DEBATES & PRACTICES N
PROFSNL DVLPMNT SEM N
WOMEN&MEN&SEXUALITYN
MOD EUR INTEL&CULT N
ECON-EURP-1780-1939 N
US HIST-1790-1900
N
282A
M287
SEM-CHINESE HISTORY N
CENTRAL ASIAN STDS
N
288A
291A
297B
SEMINAR-SOUTH ASIA
SEM IN JEWISH HIST
SEM-HIST OF SCIENCE
495
TEACHING OF HISTORY N
621-028-201
621-084-201
621-073-201
621-201-201
621-207-201
621-258-201
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
1
1
1
1
1
1
RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS
621-458-201 SEM 1
621-522-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: ANTHRO M287R
N
N
N
621-481-201 SEM 1
621-493-201 SEM 1
621-506-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
621-795-200 SEM 1
TBA
RESTRICT: HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS
HONORS COLLEGIUM
5
REPRSNTNG CLEOPATRAN
222-038-200 SEM 1
W
2:00- 4:50P
DODD
167
GURVAL, R.A.
18
30
SO 5.0
TBA
TR
4:00- 5:50P
HAINES
A28
GRUNER, G.
MILLER, J.H.
20
19
30
30
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
M
11:00- 11:50A PUB AFF
2284
GRESSER, M.J.
20
30
PN 1.0
M
11:00- 11:50A WOODEN 1402
TAYLOR, D.
20
30
PN 1.0
W
3:00- 4:50P
MELNITZ
2586B
FIELD, A.N.
15
30
SO 5.0
TR
TR
TR
W
W
W
TR
TR
R
TR
W
2:00- 3:50P
10:00- 11:50A
3:30- 5:50P
1:00- 2:50P
3:00- 4:50P
5:00- 6:50P
11:00- 12:15P
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
6:00- 7:50P
DODD
BUNCHE
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
HEDRICK
DODD
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
DODD
154
1265
120
100
100
100
115
161
3156
2178
78
LIPMAN, A.J.
GRAHAM, K.W.
GOLDBERG, R.B.
20
15
45
15
15
15
16
100
40
25
50
30
30
30
SO 5.0
SO 4.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
PN 2.0
PN 2.0
PN 2.0
PN 2.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
6
14
ENERGY ISSUES
N
SCIENCE AND SOCIETY N
19
FIAT LUX FRSHMN SEM
222-017-200 SEM 1
222-081-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
N
222-054-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
Honors 19, seminar 2: Rise and Fall of Blockbuster Drug
222-054-203 SEM 3
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
Honors 19, seminar 3: Mental Illness and Movies
38
FILM AS HISTORY
N
222-152-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
41
49
70A
ECOL&ENVIRN PROBLMSN
LAW&SCI&HIST&JRNLSM N
GEN ENGR-MED&AG&LAWN
87W
101A
ART OF NEIL GAIMAN
N
STUDENT RESRH FORUMN
101B
UNDRGRD SCI JOURNAL N
222-112-100
222-182-200
----------222-236-201
222-236-202
222-236-203
222-280-200
222-302-200
222-302-202
222-302-201
222-305-200
SEM
SEM
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
LEC
LEC
LEC
SEM
1
1
1
1A
1B
1C
1
1
2
3
1
PRESCOTT, T.L.
HORTON, D.L.
CHIN, C.B.
HO, A.Y.
HASSON, T.W.
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
30
30
30
30
30
Winter 2016
HUMAN GENETICS / 127
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
101C
JOURNL-HUMN&SOC SCIN
101E
LEADING UGRAD SEM
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
222-301-200 SEM 1
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
T
4:00- 5:50P
ROLFE
3108
ARNOLD, W.L.
20
30
PN 2.0
T
4:00- 4:50P
POWELL
186
HAAS, K.
17
30
PN 1.0
R
F
2:00- 4:50P POWELL
11:00- 12:50P BUNCHE
238
2150
WORSHAM, D.M.
ARNOLD, W.L.
15
16
30
30
PN 2.0
PN 2.0
R
T
2:00- 4:50P PUB AFF
9:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
1270
2173
ALEXANDER, C.J.
BERGREN, A.L.
18
15
30
30
SO 5.0
SO 5.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
N
222-307-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
101I
101J
RESEARCH TODAY
N
MELLON MAYS RSC SEM N
222-311-200 LEC 1
222-313-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
105
114
HEALTHCARE DISPARI
ARCHITECTS FROM LA
N
N
115
124
ENGLAND 1588-1688
HISTORY-CHILDBIRTH
N
N
222-332-200 SEM 1
222-379-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: COLLEGE HONORS PROGRAM STUDENTS ONLY
222-391-200 SEM 1
222-444-200 SEM 1
T
W
9:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE
2121
5288
WATSON, R.N.
TERRALL, M.
20
20
30
30
SO 5.0
SO 4.0
MW
12:30- 1:45P
1323
FALCE-ROBINSON, J.
0
30
SO 5.0
25
20
20
20
40
20
35
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M128SL LATINOS&LING&LITRCY N
222-469-200 SEM 1
PUB AFF
SAME AS: APPLING M172SL,CHICANO M170SL,SPAN M172SL
140
146
156
160
165
173B
M179
PRIV&OPPRESS-PUB ED N
GLBL CLIMATE CHANGE N
PLTCL OPPOSITN-EURO N
ASCETICISM
N
PRIVACY&NATL SECRTY N
NTR&CLTR&CPTLSM-EURN
ART-SOCL&POL CMNTRY N
222-524-200
222-576-200
222-637-200
222-660-200
222-691-200
222-740-200
222-774-200
LEC
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TR
TBA
T
M
TR
TBA
R
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5252
1:00- 3:50P
2:00- 4:50P
4:00- 5:50P
BUNCHE 5288
HUMANTS A60
BUNCHE 3178
3:00- 5:50P
ROYCE
154
RABOW, J.
DELOUGHREY, E.
JACOB, M.C.
KAUFMAN, E.K.
LEBOW, C.C.
BILAKOVICS, S.P.
VONBLUM, P.
6.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
W
4:00- 5:50P
BUNCHE
A152
HO, A.Y.
20
30
PN 2.0
T
2:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
3156
CHIN, C.B.
20
30
PN 2.0
W
2:00- 3:50P
MS
5217
CHIN, C.B.
20
30
PN 2.0
T
5:00- 6:50P
BUNCHE
3123
CHIN, C.B.
20
30
PN 2.0
T
5:00- 6:50P
BUNCHE
A152
CHIN, C.B.
20
30
PN 2.0
T
5:00- 6:50P
BUNCHE
3117
CHIN, C.B.
20
30
PN 2.0
TR
1:00- 2:50P
LS
5236
LANGE, K.L.
3
30
SO 4.0
MW
1:00- 1:50P
PUB HLT
41235
SINSHEIMER, J.S.
5
30
SO 4.0
MW
TR
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 3:50P
PUB HLT
ROYCE
A1241
156
SINSHEIMER, J.S.
ERNST, J.
5
0
30
0.0
LG 4.0
M
4:00- 5:50P
BOYER
159
XING, Y.
5
30
SO 2.0
F
T
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
GONDA
5303
XING, Y.
PAPP, J.C.
0
10
30
0.0
SU 2.0
W
MW
MW
12:30- 2:50P DODD
10:30- 11:45A DODD
3:45- 5:00P DODD
232
232
232
IVANOV, V.
SANDELL, R.P.
WATKINS, S.J.
7
10
10
30
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
TR
11:00- 12:15P HUMANTS A30
SHAYEGAN, M.R.
0
30
SO 4.0
MW
W
10:00- 11:50A GSEIS
3:00- 4:00P GSEIS
111
245
NOBLE, S.U.
RICHARDSON, J.V.
45
12
30
30
LG 5.0
PN 1.0
T
3:00- 4:50P
BROAD
4258
DRUCKER, J.R.
6
30
PN 1.0
T
1:30- 5:00P
GSEIS
111
NOBLE, S.U.
40
30
LG 4.0
9:00- 12:30P GSEIS
245
DRUCKER, J.R.
20
30
LG 9.0
SAME AS: COMM ST M169
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
193A
RESEARCH SCHOLR SEMN
222-855-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
222-855-201 SEM 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
222-855-202 SEM 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
222-855-203 SEM 4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
222-855-205 SEM 5
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
222-855-206 SEM 6
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
HUMAN GENETICS
M203
STOCHASTIC MOD-BIOL N
676-018-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: BIOMATH M203
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M207B
APPLD GENETIC MDLNG N
-----------
LEC
1
SAME AS: BIOMATH M207B,BIOSTAT M237
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M229S
TPCS-BIOINFORMATICS N
676-043-201 LAB 1A
676-179-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: BIOL CH M229S,COM SCI M229S
For Human Genetics M252, students must enroll via Bioinformatics M252.
M252
ADV MTHD-COMPUT BIO N
-----------
SEM 1
SAME AS: BIOINFO M252,CHEM M252
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
282
HUMAN GENETICS SEM N
676-312-201 DIS 1A
676-492-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
INDO-EUROPEAN STUDIES
C160
210
M222B
CMPR MYTHLGY&POETCSN
INDO-EUR MORPHOLOGYN
VEDIC
N
M230B
OLD IRANIAN
227-660-200 SEM 1
627-061-200 LEC 1
627-143-200 LEC 1
SAME AS: IRANIAN M222B,S ASIAN M222B
N
627-181-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: IRANIAN M230B
INFORMATION STUDIES
10
19
INFORMATION&POWER N
FIAT LUX FRSHMN SEM N
228-030-200 LEC 1
228-057-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
Information Studies 19, seminar 1: Don’t Just Google
139
LETTERPRESS LAB
201
ETHICS&DIVRSTY&CHNG N
N
202
HISTORY OF BOOKS
228-534-200 LAB
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
628-007-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: LIBRARY, INFO STUD, AND MIAS MAJORS
N
628-013-200 LEC
1
W
RESTRICT: LIBRARY, INFO STUD, AND MIAS MAJORS
227
INFO SRVC-CLTR DVRS
N
239
LETTERPRESS LAB
N
628-162-200 LEC
1
T
1:30- 4:50P
GSEIS
245
SRINIVASAN, R.
20
30
LG 4.0
T
5:00- 5:50P
BROAD
4258
DRUCKER, J.R.
6
30
SU 1.0
1
TR
8:00- 9:50A
BOELTER 4413
SAYRE, J.
0
30
LG 4.0
1
R
9:00- 12:30P GSEIS
121
BORGMAN, C.L.
27
30
LG 4.0
2:00- 5:50P
PAB
1434A
SRINIVASAN, R.
65
30
SO 4.0
5:30- 9:00P
RESTRICT: LIBRARY, INFO STUD, AND MIAS MAJORS
628-234-200 LAB
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M255
MED DECISION MAKING N
628-330-200 LEC
SAME AS: BIOENGR M228
262A
DATA MGMT&PRACTICE N
270
SYSTEMS INFRASTRCTR N
281
HST MTHDLGY-INF STD
N
289
ISSUES-INFO STUDIES
N
628-372-200 LEC
RESTRICT: LIBRARY, INFO STUD, AND MIAS MAJORS
628-420-200 LEC
1
M
RESTRICT: LIBRARY&INFO SCI OR INFO STUDIES
628-487-200 LEC
1
M
GSEIS
121
MAACK, M.N.
27
30
LG 4.0
9:00- 12:30P GSEIS
245
CASWELL, M.L.
20
30
LG 2.0-4.0
9:00- 12:30P GSEIS
111
LEAZER, G.H.
40
30
LG 2.0-4.0
RESTRICT: LIBRARY, INFO STUD, AND MIAS MAJORS
628-535-201 SEM 1
R
RESTRICT: LIBRARY, INFO STUD, AND MIAS MAJORS
Information Studies 289, seminar 1: Critical LIS Methods
628-535-202 SEM 2
T
RESTRICT: LIBRARY, INFO STUD, AND MIAS MAJORS
Information Studies 289, seminar 2:
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
Winter 2016
FEE
628-535-203 SEM 3
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
W
1:30- 5:00P
GSEIS
121
BLANCHETTE, J.
30
30
LG 2.0-4.0
RICHARDSON, J.V.
30
30
LG 2.0-4.0
20
20
30
30
LG 2.0-4.0
SU 1.0-2.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: LIBRARY, INFO STUD, AND MIAS MAJORS
Information Studies 289, seminar 3: Data Governance
628-535-204 SEM 4
TBA
RESTRICT: LIBRARY, INFO STUD, AND MIAS MAJORS
Information Studies 289, seminar 4: Genealogical Information Resources
290
SEM-INFO STUDIES
N
291B
SPECIAL TPCS-THEORY N
298B
410
SPCL TPCS-METHODLGYN
THRY&PRAC-INFO PROS N
422
COLL-UNIV&RSRCH LIB N
431
434
ARCHV REC&MEM
ARCHIVAL USE&USERS
438B
ARCHIVAL DESC&ACCSS N
628-535-205 SEM 5
628-541-200 SEM 1
T
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628-668-200 LEC
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40
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LIEVROUW, L.A.
6
30
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N
628-790-200 SEM 1
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628-794-201 FLD
1
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LIEVROUW, L.A.
0
30
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2
30
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3
30
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BOTELLO, K.S.
48
30
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BOTELLO, K.S.
48
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628-794-202 FLD
2
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INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
Physiological Science
Physiological Science 5, discussions 1A, 1B, and 1C meet on January 7, 21, February 4, 18, and March 3, 2016; discussion 1D meets on January 5, 19, February 2, 16, and March 1; discussions
1E, 1F, and 1G meet on January 6, 20, February 3, 17, and March 2; discussions 1H, 1I, and 1J meet on Janua ry 14, 28, February 4, 25, and March 10; discussion 1K meets on January 12, 26, February
3, 23, and March 8; discussions 1L, 1M, and 1N meet on January 13, 27, February 3, 24, and March 9.
5
HMN PHYS-DIET&EXRCS N
CM103
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N
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1:00- 4:50P
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16
30
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HOUSER, P.B.
30
00
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XIAO, X.
50
25
25
40
20
20
44
22
22
43
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TIDBALL, J.G.
0
419
18
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4
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120
KIDNEY DVLP-DISEASE
Y
387-420-200 LEC
1
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125
MOLECULAR SSTMS BIO Y
C126
BIOLOGICAL CLOCKS
C127
135
NEURENDOCRNLGY-REPRY
DYNMCL SYSTMS MDLNGN
138
NROMSCL PHYSIO&ADPTY
Y
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387-450-202
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387-462-200
----------387-510-201
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387-528-200
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LEC
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9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
12:30- 1:45P
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101
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154
2258A
325
325
5273
COLWELL, C.S.
ARNOLD, A.P.
THE STAFF
EDGERTON, V.R.
RESTRICT: NEUROSCIENCE OR PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCE MAJORS
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
14
07
13
15
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INTERNATIONAL AND AREA STUDIES / 129
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
M145
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
NEURL MCHNSMS-MVMNTY
CLS
TYP
387-570-200 LEC
SEC
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
MW
8:00- 9:50A
LAKRETZ 120
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
CHANDLER, S.H.
0
01
LG 5.0
UNITS
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RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,NEUROSCIENCE OR PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCE MAJORS
C152
ANAT&PHYSIO&BIOMECHY
167
PHYSIO OF NUTRITION
387-612-200 LEC
1
TR
8:00- 9:15A
MS
WHITING, W.C.
80
30
LG 5.0
TR
4:00- 5:50P
LAKRETZ 110
5200
HEBER, D.
200
16
LG 4.0
F
4:00- 6:20P
BIO SCI
WATSON, R.H.
15
30
PN 2.0
TR
8:00- 9:50A
WGYOUNG CS24
SCHWEIZER, F.E.
16
11
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RESTRICT: PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCE MAJORS
N
387-702-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SENIORS ONLY
M171
TOPICS-CONTEMP BIOL N
387-726-200 SEM 1
383
SAME AS: NEURBIO M171
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M180B
MOLEC&DVLP NEUROSCIY
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INDIV STD FOR USIE
ADV SEM-PHYSIOLOGY
RESEARCH GROUP SEM
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Y
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N
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387-781-202
387-781-203
387-781-204
387-781-205
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387-781-207
387-781-208
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120
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120
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2:00- 3:50P
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F
2:00- 3:50P
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HASSON, T.W.
30
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MW
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5422
GRUNDFEST, W.
1
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1
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TR
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10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5264
12:30- 1:45P BOTANY 325
COLWELL, C.S.
2:00- 3:50P
DODD
154
ARNOLD, A.P.
1
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1B
1
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F
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10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
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20
30
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10
30
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10
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TERRACIANO, K.B.
10
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387-866-201 SEM 2
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CM203
PHYSIO SYSTEMS II
N
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C226
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235
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241
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14
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LAB
LAB
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GOMEZ-PINILLA, F.
20
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10
15
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30
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298
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INTERNATIONAL AND AREA STUDIES
M5B
ELEMENTARY NAHUATL N
407-016-200 LEC
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International and Area Studies 19, seminar 1: Africa in Media: Old Images, New ClichЩs
33
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INTRO TO EAST ASIA
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International and Area Studies 160, lecture 1: Iran in Middle East: Between Doctrine and Interests
191
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191
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30
30
130 / ITALIAN
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ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
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TP
UNITS
ITALIAN
Students who have taken Italian elsewhere (without receiving UCLA credit) and wish to take Italian 1 thru 6 should contact Professor Tognozzi at [email protected] for information.
1
ELEMENTARY ITALIAN
N
2
ELEMENTARY ITALIAN
Y
3
ELEMENTARY ITALIAN
Y
4
5
6
50A
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205
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INTERMED ITALIAN
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MID AGES-HUMR&MRLSMY
RENSNCE-ART&THOUGHTY
ITALIAN THRU OPERA
Y
MODRN FICTN-TRNSLTN N
TOPICS-ITALIAN STDS
N
STDS-CRITICISM&THRY N
BOCCACCIO-DECAMERONN
VRBL TPCS-ITAL STDS N
237-003-200
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237-009-200
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BUNCHE
BUNCHE
5203
160
3117
150
3121
1343
3143
3129
1256
2178
3108
3153
3150
3134
2121
160
A74
A74
3170
342
2173
2174
TOGNOZZI, E.A.
CIAVOLELLA, M.
MOUDARRES, A.
TOGNOZZI, E.A.
RE, L.
PIROLINI, A.
HARRISON, T.J.
CIAVOLELLA, M.
MOUDARRES, A.
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
40
15
30
30
25
30
15
15
15
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
04
30
02
30
15
13
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
LG
SO
SO
11:00- 12:15P BUNCHE
2209A
5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
7:00- 7:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
2:00- 4:50P
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SAWYER, M.Q.
0
13
SO 4.0
2319
2317
1270
2181
3157
2160
2250
OMATSU, G.K.
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
5
30
LG 5.0
LABOR AND WORKPLACE STUDIES
M114C
AFRC AM POL THOUGHT N
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SAME AS: AF AMER M114C,POL SCI M180A
M119
API LABOR ISSUES
N
242-386-201
242-386-202
242-386-203
242-386-204
242-386-205
242-386-206
242-414-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
SAME AS: ASIA AM M119
RESTRICT: LABOR AND WORKPLACE STUDIES MINORS
M149
MEDIA-GNDR&RACE&CLSN
242-594-200 LEC
1
F
2:00- 4:50P
ROLFE
3126
HAMMER, R.
M
3:00- 5:50P
PUB AFF
1246
GUARNEROS MONTERRO45
30
LG 4.0
3:00- 5:50P
FRANZ
2258A
KIM, S.S.
10
16
SO 4.0
PUB AFF
5391
WOLFF, G.
20
30
SO 4.0
170
RIVERA-SALGADO, G.
5
30
SO 4.0
NARRO, V.H.
15
30
SO 4.0
MAGANA, M.R.
5
05
SO 4.0
HIGBIE, F.T.
5
30
SO 4.0
SAME AS: COMM ST M149,GENDER M149
M166B
IMMIGRATION RIGHTS
Y
242-697-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: ASIA AM M166B,CHICANO M156B
188
SPECIAL COURSES
N
242-828-200 SEM 1
R
RESTRICT: LABOR AND WORKPLACE STUDIES MINORS
Labor and Workplace Studies 188, seminar 1:
242-828-202 SEM 2
T
2:00- 4:50P
242-828-203 SEM 3
MW
10:00- 11:50A DODD
Labor and Workplace Studies 188, seminar 2:
RESTRICT: LABOR AND WORKPLACE STUDIES MINORS
Labor and Workplace Studies 188, seminar 3: Contemporary Scholarship on Legacy of United Farm Workers
242-828-204 SEM 4
TBA
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Labor and Workplace Studies 188, seminar 4: Spirituality, Mindfulness, Self-Care, and Social Justice Activism
242-828-205 SEM 5
MW
12:00- 1:50P
ROLFE
3115
RESTRICT: LABOR AND WORKPLACE STUDIES MINORS
Labor and Workplace Studies 188, seminar 5:
242-828-206 SEM 6
TBA
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Labor and Workplace Studies 188, seminar 6:
LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, AND TRANSGENDER STUDIES
M101A
PREMOD QUEER LT&CLT N
M125
ABILITY & SEXUALITY
246-309-200 LEC
1
TR
10:00- 11:50A ROLFE
3126
GALLAGHER, L.
5
30
SO 5.0
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
3157
SCHOTTMILLER, C.D.
13
30
SO 4.0
1
MW
11:00- 12:50P SMB
1200
MORRIS, M.B.
60
04
LG 5.0
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
R
R
F
F
F
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 12:50P
1440
1440
1420
1420
A76
LOPEZ GASPAR DE AL
15
15
15
15
20
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SAME AS: ENGL M101A,GENDER M105A
N
246-450-200 LEC
BUNCHE
SAME AS: DIS STD M125
M137
LGBTQ POP MUSIC
N
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LEC
SAME AS: MUS HST M137
183
QUEER SUBJCTIVITIES
N
246-523-201
246-523-202
246-523-203
246-523-204
246-798-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
HAINES
LGBTS 183, lecture 1: Queer Arts in Los Angeles
LIFE SCIENCES
For Life Sciences 1, the demo room is a laboratory area, and students must abide by the dress code in UCLA Policy 905; students who are not properly dressed are not allowed in the laboratory area.
For Life Sciences 1, lecture 1, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 6:50 p.m. on the following Mondays: January 25 and February 22, 2016.
No alternate midterm examination arrangements can be made except as authorized under Section 92640(a) of the California Education Code for religious creed or as prearranged with the Office for
Students with Disabilities.
1
EVOLUTN&ECOL&BIODIV N
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252-003-205
252-003-206
252-003-207
252-003-208
252-003-209
252-003-210
252-003-211
LEC
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
MWF
T
T
T
T
W
W
W
W
R
R
R
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 9:50A
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
10:00- 11:50A
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
8:00- 9:50A
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
LAKRETZ 110
WGYOUNG 2343
WGYOUNG 2343
WGYOUNG 2343
WGYOUNG 2343
WGYOUNG 2343
SLICHTR 2870
WGYOUNG 2343
SLICHTR 2870
WGYOUNG 2343
WGYOUNG 2343
WGYOUNG 2343
KANE, T.L.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
360
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24
24
23
24
24
24
24
24
06
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
LIFE SCIENCES / 131
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
252-003-212
252-003-213
252-003-214
252-003-215
CLS
TYP
SEC
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
1L
1M
1N
1O
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
R
F
F
F
2:00- 3:50P
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
WGYOUNG 2343
SLICHTR 2870
WGYOUNG 2343
SLICHTR 2870
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
23
24
24
24
CR
TP
UNITS
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Life Sciences 1, lecture 2, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 6:50 p.m. on the following Wednesdays: January 27 and February 24, 2016. No alternate midterm
examination arrangements can be made except as authorized under Section 92640(a) of the California Education Code for religious creed or as prearranged with the Office for Students with Disabilities.
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252-003-222
252-003-223
252-003-224
252-003-225
252-003-226
252-003-227
252-003-228
252-003-229
252-003-230
252-003-231
252-003-232
252-003-233
252-003-234
252-003-235
LEC
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
DEM
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
2I
2J
2K
2L
2M
2N
2O
TR
T
T
T
T
W
W
W
W
R
R
R
R
F
F
F
8:00- 9:15A
8:00- 9:50A
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
8:00- 9:50A
8:00- 9:50A
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
8:00- 9:50A
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
8:00- 9:50A
8:00- 9:50A
10:00- 11:50A
LAKRETZ 110
SLICHTR 2870
SLICHTR 2870
SLICHTR 2870
SLICHTR 2870
WGYOUNG 2343
SLICHTR 2870
WGYOUNG 2343
SLICHTR 2870
SLICHTR 2870
SLICHTR 2870
SLICHTR 2870
SLICHTR 2870
WGYOUNG 2343
SLICHTR 2870
WGYOUNG 2343
PIRES, D.B.
360
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
11
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Life Sciences 2, lecture 1, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 7 to 8:50 p.m. on the following Thursdays: January 28 and February 25, 2016. No alternate midterm examination arrangements can be made except as authorized under Section 92640(a) of the California Education Code for religious creed or as prearranged with the Office for Students with Disabilities.
2
CELLS&TISSUES&ORGNSY
----------252-006-201
252-006-202
252-006-203
252-006-204
252-006-205
252-006-206
252-006-207
252-006-208
252-006-209
252-006-210
252-006-211
252-006-212
252-006-213
252-006-214
252-006-215
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
1O
MWF
T
T
T
T
T
W
W
W
W
W
R
R
R
R
F
11:00- 11:50A
9:00- 10:15A
10:30- 11:45A
12:00- 1:15P
1:30- 2:45P
3:00- 4:15P
8:30- 9:45A
12:00- 1:15P
1:30- 2:45P
3:00- 4:15P
4:30- 5:45P
9:00- 10:15A
10:30- 11:45A
12:00- 1:15P
1:30- 2:45P
9:00- 10:15A
LAKRETZ
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
110
3915A
3915A
3915A
3915A
3915A
3915A
3915A
3915A
3915A
3915A
3915A
3915A
3915A
3915A
3915A
ESDIN, J.
360
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
04
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Life Sciences 2, lecture 2, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 7 to 8:50 p.m. on the following Wednesdays: January 27 and February 17, 2016. No alternate midterm
examination arrangements can be made except as authorized under Section 92640(a) of the California Education Code for religious creed or as prearranged with the Office for Students with Disabilities.
----------252-006-221
252-006-222
252-006-223
252-006-224
252-006-225
252-006-226
252-006-227
252-006-228
252-006-229
252-006-230
252-006-231
252-006-232
252-006-233
252-006-234
252-006-235
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
2I
2J
2K
2L
2M
2N
2O
TR
T
T
T
T
W
W
W
W
R
R
R
R
F
F
F
9:30- 10:45A
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
9:00- 10:15A
10:30- 11:45A
12:00- 1:15P
1:30- 2:45P
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
9:00- 10:15A
10:30- 11:45A
12:00- 1:15P
LAKRETZ
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
110
3915D
3915D
3915D
3915D
3915D
3915D
3915D
3915D
3915D
3915D
3915D
3915D
3915D
3915D
3915D
FAIN, G.L.
360
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
12
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Life Sciences 3, lecture 1, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 6:50 p.m. on the following Fridays: February 5 and 26, 2016. No alternate midterm examination arrangements can be made except as authorized under Section 92640(a) of the California Education Code for religious creed or as prearranged with the Office for Students with Disabilities.
3
INTRO-MOLECULAR BIO Y
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252-009-203
252-009-204
252-009-205
252-009-206
252-009-207
252-009-208
252-009-209
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252-009-211
252-009-212
252-009-213
252-009-214
252-009-215
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
1O
TR
T
W
W
W
W
W
W
R
R
R
R
R
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
8:00- 9:15A
9:30- 10:45A
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
8:00- 9:15A
9:30- 10:45A
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
3:30- 4:45P
HAINES
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
39
3915G
3915G
3915G
3915G
3915G
3915G
3915G
3915G
3915G
3915G
3915G
3915H
PHAM, H.D.
360
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24
24
24
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24
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24
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23
24
15
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Life Sciences 3, lecture 2, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 6:50 p.m. on the following Fridays: February 5 and 26, 2016. No alternate midterm examination arrangements can be made except as authorized under Section 92640(a) of the California Education Code for religious creed or as prearranged with the Office for Students with Disabilities.
----------252-009-221
252-009-222
252-009-223
252-009-224
252-009-225
252-009-226
252-009-227
252-009-228
252-009-229
252-009-230
252-009-231
252-009-232
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
2I
2J
2K
2L
TR
T
T
W
W
W
W
W
W
R
R
R
R
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
8:00- 9:15A
9:30- 10:45A
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
8:00- 9:15A
9:30- 10:45A
11:00- 12:15P
2:00- 3:15P
WGYOUNG CS50
MS
3915H
MS
3915H
MS
3915H
MS
3915H
MS
3915H
MS
3915H
MS
3915H
MS
3915H
MS
3915H
MS
3915H
MS
3915H
MS
3915H
PHAM, H.D.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
360
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24
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24
24
24
24
24
24
14
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
132 / LIFE SCIENCES
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
252-009-233 DIS
252-009-234 DIS
252-009-235 DIS
2M
2N
2O
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
24
24
24
CR
TP
UNITS
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Life Sciences 3, lecture 3, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 6:50 p.m. on the following Tuesdays: January 26 and February 16, 2016. No alternate midterm examination arrangements can be made except as authorized under Section 92640(a) of the California Education Code for religious creed or as prearranged with the Office for Students with Disabilities.
----------252-009-241
252-009-242
252-009-243
252-009-244
252-009-245
252-009-246
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
3
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
TR
R
R
F
F
F
F
9:30- 10:45A
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
9:00- 10:15A
10:30- 11:45A
12:00- 1:15P
1:30- 2:45P
FRANZ
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
1260
3915G
3915G
3915G
3915G
3915G
3915G
SMALE, S.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Life Sciences 4, lecture 1, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 6:50 p.m. on the following Thursdays: January 28 and February 25, 2016. No alternate midterm examination arrangements can be made except as authorized under Section 92640(a) of the California Education Code for religious creed or as prearranged with the Office for Students with Disabilities.
4
GENETICS
Y
----------252-012-201
252-012-202
252-012-203
252-012-204
252-012-205
252-012-206
252-012-207
252-012-208
252-012-209
252-012-210
252-012-211
252-012-212
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
MWF
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
W
W
W
W
W
10:00- 10:50A
8:00- 9:15A
9:30- 10:45A
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
5:00- 6:15P
8:00- 9:15A
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
LAKRETZ
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
110
2127
2127
2127
2127
2127
2127
2127
2127
2127
2127
2127
2127
JOHNSON, L.M.
336
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
03
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Life Sciences 4, lecture 2, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 6:50 p.m. on the following Mondays: January 25 and February 22, 2016. No alternate midterm examination arrangements can be made except as authorized under Section 92640(a) of the California Education Code for religious creed or as prearranged with the Office for Students with Disabilities.
----------252-012-221
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For Life Sciences 30A, lecture 1, there will be one MANDATORY midterm examination from 5 to 6:50 p.m. Friday, February 12, 2016.
30A
MATH-LIFE SCIENTIST
N
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30B
MATH-LIFE SCIENTIST
Y
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CAREER EXPLORATION N
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CATALOG
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ROOM
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CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
Linguistics 103 is limited to departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any student may enroll beginning November 19, 2015, space permitting.
103
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105
MORPHOLOGY
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110
INTRO TO HIST LING
Y
110G
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Linguistics 120A is limited to departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any student may enroll beginning November 19, 2015, space permitting.
120A
PHONOLOGY I
Y
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Linguistics 120B is limited to departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any student may enroll beginning November 19, 2015, space permitting.
120B
SYNTAX I
Y
120C
SEMANTICS I
Y
127
SYNACTC TYPLGY&UNIV Y
130
LANGUAGE DEVELOPMNTY
132
LANGUAGE PROCESSINGY
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LANGUAGE TEACHING
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TBA
MW
9:00- 9:50A ROLFE
10:00- 10:50A ROYCE
10:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
TR
TR
GREER, K.A.
MAHAJAN, A.K.
HYAMS, N.M.
THE STAFF
VELEZ, C.C.
40
20
20
25
25
20
18
20
40
20
20
39
19
20
39
20
19
20
05
15
16
05
14
30
30
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
SAME AS: ENGCOMP M141
165A
PHONOLOGY II
Y
165B
SYNTAX II
Y
M177
STRUCTURE OF KOREAN N
253-546-201
253-546-202
----------253-641-201
253-641-202
----------253-675-201
253-675-202
-----------
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
SOHN, S.S.
10
10
40
20
20
39
19
20
10
3170
SOHN, S.S.
MUNRO, P.
10:00- 11:50A ROLFE
2:00- 3:50P HAINES
3120
A28
10:00- 11:50A HAINES
10:00- 11:50A
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
2:00- 3:15P
BUNCHE
HAINES
HAINES
BUNCHE
HUMANTS
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
15
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
5
5
0
40
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 2.0/4.0
SHARVIT, Y.
HAYES, B.P.
15
20
30
30
LG 4.0
SO 4.0
A28
MAHAJAN, A.K.
20
30
SO 4.0
3164
A28
110
3156
A56
2333
1234
DALAND, R.T.
KOOPMAN, H.
13
09
SAME AS: KOREA CM120
191B
VARIABLE TOPICS
N
253-750-201
253-750-202
253-750-203
253-848-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
3121
162
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Linguistics 191B, seminar 1:
200C
201A
SEMANTIC THEORY I
N
PHONOLGCL THEORY II N
653-003-200 LEC
653-015-200 LEC
1
1
RESTRICT: LINGUISTICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
201B
SYNTACTIC THEORY II
N
653-016-200 LEC
1
MW
RESTRICT: LINGUISTICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
210B
212
M246C
FIELD METHODS II
N
LEARNABILITY THEORY N
TOPICS-LING ANTHRO N
653-135-200 LEC
653-141-200 LEC
653-276-200 LEC
1
1
1
TR
MW
W
12:00- 1:50P DODD
12:00- 1:50P HAINES
9:00- 11:50A HAINES
154
A28
314
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
MENDOZA-DENTON, N.
25
20
0
30
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
2
1
1
1
M
TBA
TBA
W
2:00- 4:50P
310
CARTMILL, E.A.
KOOPMAN, H.
KOOPMAN, H.
DALAND, R.T.
0
0
0
10
30
30
30
30
SO
LG
SU
SU
SHARVIT, Y.
15
30
SU 2.0/4.0/4.0
MUNRO, P.
10
30
SU 1.0/4.0/4.0
A25
HAYES, B.P.
10
30
SU 4.0
A25
HAYES, B.P.
50
SAME AS: ANTHRO M241
252A
252B
261B
TPC-SYNTAX&SEMANTCSN
TPC-SYNTAX&SEMANTCSN
SEM IN PHONOLOGY
N
262B
SEM-SYNTAX&SEMANTCSN
653-276-201
653-390-200
653-391-200
653-439-200
LEC
SEM
SEM
SEM
4:00- 5:50P
HAINES
CAMPBEL 2122A
4.0
4.0
2.0
2.0/4.0/4.0
RESTRICT: ALL LINGUISTICS-RELATED MAJORS,LINGUISTICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
653-458-200 SEM 1
F
2:00- 3:50P
CAMPBEL 2122A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ALL LINGUISTICS-RELATED MAJORS
265B
AMER INDIAN LING
N
653-393-200 SEM 1
T
1:00- 1:50P
CAMPBEL 2122A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ALL LINGUISTICS-RELATED MAJORS
275
LINGUISTIC COLLOQUM N
276
LING COLLOQUIUM
653-512-200 DIS
1
F
11:00- 1:50P
HAINES
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ALL LINGUISTICS-RELATED MAJORS
N
653-518-200 DIS
1
F
11:00- 1:50P
HAINES
SU 0.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ALL LINGUISTICS-RELATED MAJORS
403
PRACTICAL PHONETICS N
411B
RESEARCH ORIENTATN N
422
PHONETIC DATA ANLY
653-704-200 LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
PUB AFF
1:00- 1:50P
CAMPBEL 2122B
1337
JUN, S.
5
30
SU 1.0
JUN, S.
15
30
SU 2.0
12:00- 12:50P CAMPBEL 2101K
KEATING, P.
10
30
SU 2.0
1:00- 1:50P
JUN, S.
15
30
SU 4.0
RESTRICT: ALL LINGUISTICS-RELATED MAJORS
653-712-200 LEC
1
R
RESTRICT: ALL LINGUISTICS-RELATED MAJORS
N
653-725-200 LAB
1
M
RESTRICT: ALL LINGUISTICS-RELATED MAJORS
444
M A THESIS PREP SEM
N
653-680-200 SEM 1
R
ROLFE
3120
RESTRICT: ALL LINGUISTICS-RELATED MAJORS
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
MANAGEMENT
Management 108 thru 127B are limited to Business Economics and Mathematics/Applied Science majors and Accounting minors on the first enrollment pass. Any junior/senior may enroll on the
second pass, space permitting. Management 161 thru 164 are limited to Entrepreneurship minors on the first enrollment pass. Any junior/senior may enroll on the second pass, space permitting. Management 200 thru 299 (excluding 237), 406, 407, 413A, and 413B may be available to UCLA GRADUATE STUDENTS who meet the requisites for the class, space permitting. Interested students should
go to the FIRST CLASS MEETING for instructions and PTE numbers. Management 237A thru 237Q are limited to Master of Financial Engineering (M.F.E.) Program students. Management 402, 403,
405, 408, 409, 410, 411, 414A, 420, an d 421 are limited to M.B.A. and Fully Employed M.B.A. Program students.
1A
ACCOUNTING PRINCPLS N
1B
ACCOUNTING PRINCPLS Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
----------260-001-201
260-001-202
260-001-203
260-001-204
260-001-205
260-001-206
----------260-001-221
260-001-222
260-001-223
260-001-224
260-001-225
260-001-226
----------260-002-201
260-002-202
260-002-203
260-002-204
260-002-205
260-002-206
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
TR
M
M
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TR
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
M
M
TR
T
T
TBA
TBA
W
TBA
9:30- 10:45A KORN
C314
8:00- 8:50A KAUFMAN 101
9:00- 9:50A KAUFMAN 101
GARDNER TRELOAR, J
1:00- 2:15P
KORN
C314
GARDNER TRELOAR, J
1:30- 2:20P
2:30- 3:20P
3:30- 4:45P
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
BOELTER
BOELTER
KORN
KAUFMAN
KAUFMAN
5273
5436
C314
101
101
RAVETCH, D.S.
3:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 5436
240
40
40
40
40
40
40
240
40
40
40
40
40
40
240
40
40
40
40
40
40
22
22
26
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Management 108 is limited to Business Economics and Mathematics/Applied Science majors and Accounting minors on the first enrollment pass. Any junior/senior may enroll on the second pass.
Other students must obtain a PTE number during the first class meeting.
108
BUSINESS LAW
N
Y 260-320-200 LEC
1
T
12:30- 3:20P
PAB
1434A
GUERIN, J.
80
15
SO 4.0
MW
8:00- 9:15A
FOWLER
A139
KLEIN, G.L.
80
01
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
Y 260-320-201 LEC
2
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
Management 120A is limited to Business Economics and Mathematics/Applied Science majors and Accounting minors on the first enrollment pass. Any junior/senior may enroll on the second pass.
Other students must obtain a PTE number during the first class meeting.
120A
INTRMED ACCNTING I
Y
Y 260-491-200 LEC
1
TR
8:00- 9:15A
HUMANTS 135
LITT, D.S.
80
30
SO 5.0
TR
9:30- 10:45A HUMANTS 135
LITT, D.S.
80
30
SO 5.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
Y 260-491-201 LEC
2
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
Management 120B is limited to Business Economics and Mathematics/Applied Science majors and Accounting minors on the first enrollment pass. Any junior/senior may enroll on the second pass.
Other students must obtain a PTE number during the first class meeting.
120B
INTRMED ACCNTING II
Y
Y 260-492-200 LEC
1
TR
12:30- 1:45P
HAINES
118
RAVETCH, D.S.
80
27
SO 5.0
TR
2:00- 3:15P
HUMANTS 169
RAVETCH, D.S.
80
27
SO 5.0
M
3:30- 6:20P
HUMANTS A65
WILLIAMS, M.G.
80
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
Y 260-492-201 LEC
2
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
121
ETHICAL LEADERSHIP
N
260-426-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
Management 122 is limited to Business Economics and Mathematics/Applied Science majors and Accounting minors on the first enrollment pass. Any junior/senior may enroll on the second pass.
Other students must obtain a PTE number during the first class meeting.
122
MANAGEMNT ACCOUNTNGY Y 260-510-200 LEC
1
TR
11:00- 12:15P HUMANTS 135
LITT, D.S.
80
30
SO 4.0
MW
12:30- 1:45P
HUMANTS A65
WILLIAMS, M.G.
80
05
SO 4.0
MW
2:00- 3:15P
HUMANTS A65
WILLIAMS, M.G.
80
07
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
Y 260-510-201 LEC
2
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
124
ADVANCED ACCOUNTINGY
Y 260-528-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
Management 127A is limited to Business Economics and Mathematics/Applied Science majors and Accounting minors on the first enrollment pass. Any junior/senior may enroll on the second pass.
Other students must obtain a PTE number during the first class meeting.
127A
TAX PRINCIPLES&PLCY Y
Y 260-539-200 LEC
1
MW
9:30- 10:45A FOWLER
TR
11:00- 12:15P HUMANTS A65
A139
KLEIN, G.L.
80
02
SO 4.0
GARDNER TRELOAR, J
80
13
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
Y 260-539-201 LEC
2
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
Management 127B is limited to Business Economics and Mathematics/Applied Science majors and Accounting minors on the first enrollment pass. Any junior/senior may enroll on the second pass.
Other students must obtain a PTE number during the first class meeting.
127B
CORP&PARTNERSHP TAXY
Y 260-540-200 LEC
1
MW
11:00- 12:15P HUMANTS 169
KLEIN, G.L.
80
04
SO 4.0
TR
TR
W
11:00- 12:15P HUMANTS 169
12:30- 1:45P HUMANTS 169
1:00- 3:50P GOLD
B117
PELEG, E.
PELEG, E.
WILSON, N.M.
80
80
35
14
14
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
T
4:10- 7:00P
CORNELL D310
AGHILI, K.
40
30
LG 4.0
R
1:00- 3:50P
CORNELL D310
WILSON, N.M.
35
30
LG 4.0
MW
12:30- 1:45P
PUB AFF
1246
KARLAN, M.S.
80
05
SO 4.0
T
8:30- 11:20A GOLD
B117
LEAMER, E.E.
60
30
LG 4.0
M
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
130A
BASIC MANAGR FINANC Y
160
ENTRPRNRSHP&VENTUREN
161
BUSINESS PLAN DEVLP Y
260-548-200 LEC
260-548-201 LEC
260-605-201 LEC
1
2
1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
260-610-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
162
TECH COMMERCIALIZTN N
260-672-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
180
SPECIAL TOPICS
N
260-780-201 LEC
2
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY
Management 180, lecture 2:
201A
BUSINESS FORECASTNG N
660-007-201 DIS
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
204B
REGRESSION ANALYSIS N
209
MANAGING BUS DEALS N
214
MNGERIAL DCSN MAKNGN
660-026-201 LEC
1
3:30- 5:00P
CORNELL D307
ROSSI, P.E.
20
30
SO 4.0
R
4:10- 7:00P
CORNELL D310
OSBORNE, A.E.
60
30
SO 4.0/6.0
M
1:00- 3:50P
ENTRPNR C301
FOX, C.R.
60
30
SO 4.0
M
7:10- 10:00P ENTRPNR C301
FOX, C.R.
60
30
SO 4.0
TR
2:30- 4:00P
ENTRPNR C315
LIEBERMAN, M.B.
60
30
SO 4.0
T
4:10- 7:00P
ENTRPNR C315
LIEBERMAN, M.B.
60
30
SO 4.0
T
4:00- 7:00P
ENTRPNR C301
SUSSMAN, E.H.
60
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS
660-050-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-082-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-082-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
215B
MARKET ENTRY STRTGY Y
660-074-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-074-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
220
CORP FINANCL REPTNG N
660-098-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
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Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
222
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CORP DCSN&INCNTVS
Y
CLS
TYP
660-133-201 LEC
SEC
1
FEE
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
CORNELL D307
MICHAELI, B.
60
30
SO 4.0
9:30- 12:30P CORNELL D307
MICHAELI, B.
60
30
SO 4.0
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
W
1:00- 3:50P
S
ROOM
UNITS
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-133-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
224
LAW-MNGRS&ENTRPRNRSN
660-141-201 LEC
1
R
1:00- 3:50P
COLLINS
A301
GUERIN, J.
60
30
SO 4.0
S
2:00- 5:00P
CORNELL D307
GUERIN, J.
60
30
SO 4.0
FREIXES, G.
60
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-141-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
227
TAXATN&MGMT DECISNSN
660-152-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
228
FIN RPRTG&EQTY VALU Y
229Y
ACCOUNTING WORKSHOPN
231C
CORPORATE VALUATION Y
660-159-200 LEC
1
W
4:10- 7:00P
F
10:30- 11:45A CORNELL D307
ENTRPNR C315
HUGHES, J.S.
60
30
SO 4.0
TRUEMAN, B.M.
15
30
SU 1.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-167-201 DIS
1
RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS
660-186-201 LEC
1
R
4:10- 7:00P
CORNELL D307
SANTIKIAN, L.N.
60
30
LG 4.0
W
7:10- 10:00P CORNELL D313
SANTIKIAN, L.N.
60
30
LG 4.0
R
1:00- 3:50P
B117
GREENE, S.A.
60
30
SO 4.0
S
9:30- 12:30P ENTRPNR C301
GREENE, S.A.
60
30
SO 4.0
T
7:10- 10:00P ENTRPNR C301
COCKRUM, W.M.
60
30
SO 4.0
M
7:10- 10:00P ENTRPNR C315
ANDREI, D.D.
60
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-186-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
231D
TAKEOVERS&RESTRUCTRN
660-189-201 LEC
1
GOLD
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-189-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
231E
FINNC-EMERG ENTRPRS Y
660-190-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
232D
OPTION MARKETS
Y
660-198-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
235
VEN CAPTL&PRIV EQTY N
660-210-201 LEC
1
T
1:00- 3:50P
A301
GARMAISE, M.J.
60
30
SO 4.0
R
7:10- 10:00P ENTRPNR C315
COLLINS
GARMAISE, M.J.
60
30
SO 4.0
W
4:10- 7:00P
GOLD
B301
WELCH, I.I.
65
30
SO 4.0
R
7:00- 10:00P GOLD
B301
CAFLISCH, R.E.
65
30
SO 4.0
T
1:00- 3:50P
GOLD
B301
ANDREI, D.D.
65
30
SO 4.0
T
8:30- 11:20A GOLD
B301
THE STAFF
65
30
SO 4.0
R
3:00- 4:00P
LONGSTAFF, F.A.
25
30
SO 4.0
SCHWARTZ, E.S.
20
30
SU 1.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-210-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
237A
CRPRT FINANCE&RISK
N
237C
STCHSTC CLCLS&DRVTV N
237D
DERIVATIVE MARKETS
660-216-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-218-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
N
660-220-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
237E
EMPRCL MTHD-FINANCE N
239A
EXCHGS UNDR UNCRNTYN
239Y
FINANCE WORKSHOP
660-126-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-223-201 LEC
1
ENTRPNR C303
RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS
N
660-228-200 DIS
1
F
11:30- 12:45P GOLD
B313
RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS
240F
GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN Y
240G
GLOBAL OPS STRATEGY N
660-240-201 LEC
1
T
7:10- 10:00P ENTRPNR C315
TANG, C.S.
60
30
SO 4.0
T
4:10- 7:00P
KARMARKAR, U.S.
60
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-238-201 LEC
1
CORNELL D313
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
241A
TECHNOLOGY MANAGMNTY
660-254-200 LEC
1
R
2:30- 5:20P
ENTRPNR C301
KRAMER, T.D.
60
30
SO 4.0
R
5:30- 8:20P
ENTRPNR C301
KRAMER, T.D.
60
30
SO 4.0
RAJARAM, K.
60
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-254-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
242A
OP PLAN&SCHED&CNTRLN
660-250-201 DIS
1
RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS
243Y
SEM-DECNS&OPS&TECH N
250D
PROBLEM SOLVING
660-267-200 SEM 1
F
10:30- 12:00P CORNELL D310
RAJARAM, K.
20
30
SO 1.0
T
8:30- 11:20A ENTRPNR C301
FIRSTENBERG, I.
60
30
LG 4.0
S
2:00- 8:00P
ENTRPNR C301
FIRSTENBERG, I.
60
30
LG 4.0
F
12:15- 1:30P
CORNELL D307
GOLDSTEIN, N.J.
15
30
SO 1.0
9:30- 3:00P
CORNELL D313
TERECH, A.
60
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS
N
660-294-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-294-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
258Y
M&O SEMINAR
261A
SALES&CHANNEL MGMT Y
N
660-351-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS
660-344-201 LEC
1
U
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
263A
CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
Y
660-353-201 LEC
1
T
1:00- 3:50P
ENTRPNR C301
SPILLER, S.A.
60
30
SO 4.0
S
2:00- 8:00P
GOLD
SPILLER, S.A.
60
30
SO 4.0
W
1:00- 3:50P
CORNELL D310
ZHANG, S.
60
30
LG 4.0
W
7:10- 10:00P CORNELL D310
ZHANG, S.
60
30
LG 4.0
M
1:00- 3:50P
GOLD
B313
BODAPATI, A.V.
60
30
SO 4.0
M
7:10- 10:00P GOLD
B313
BODAPATI, A.V.
60
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-353-202 LEC
2
B117
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
266B
ADV&MARKTNG COMNCTNY
660-373-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-373-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
267
1 TO 1 MARKETING
Y
660-409-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-409-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
269A
THEORY IN MARKETING N
269Y
WORKSHOP-MARKETING N
660-382-201 DIS
1
SOOD, S.
60
30
SO 4.0
1:30- 3:00P
CORNELL D310
DROLET ROSSI, A.
20
30
1.0
W
4:10- 7:00P
GOLD
MCCANEY, J.T.
10
30
LG 4.0
M
4:00- 5:50P
T
4:10- 6:10P
GOLD
S
2:00- 4:00P
R
4:10- 7:00P
T
7:10- 10:00P GOLD
RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS
660-389-200 DIS
1
F
RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS
M271A
MEDTECH INNOVATION
N
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LEC
1
B117
SAME AS: BIOENGR M233A
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-395-201 DIS
1A
10
0.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
275
EMERGNG TECHS&MRKTSN
660-451-201 SEM 1
B117
MCCANEY, J.T.
60
30
SO 2.0
ENTRPNR C315
THE STAFF
60
30
SO 2.0
CORNELL D313
HABIBI, P.B.
60
30
SO 4.0
SUSSMAN, E.H.
60
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Management 275, seminar 1:
660-451-203 SEM 3
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
278A
REAL ESTATE FIN&INV
279A
REAL EST INVESTMNTS N
N
660-422-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-426-200 LEC
1
B301
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
279B
ENTRPNRL RE DEVLPMT Y
281B
PEOPLE IN ORGANZTNS N
CLS
TYP
660-428-201 LEC
SEC
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
W
4:10- 7:00P
ENTRPNR C301
HABIBI, P.B.
60
30
SO 4.0
T
8:30- 11:20A GOLD
CULBERT, S.A.
15
30
SO 4.0
S
9:30- 12:30P CORNELL D301
CULBERT, S.A.
60
30
SO 4.0
S
9:30- 12:30P ENTRPNR C315
ULLMEN, J.B.
60
30
SO 4.0
W
7:10- 10:00P GOLD
ERICKSON, C.L.
60
30
SO 4.0
R
11:30- 1:30P
EDWARDS, S.
15
30
SU 1.0
GRADY, M.
3
30
SO 2.0/3.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-454-200 DIS
1
B312
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
285A
LDRSHP MOTVATN&POWRN
285B
MNGRL INTPRSNL COMMN
286
NEGOTIATIONS BEHAVR N
660-478-200 DIS
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-482-201 DIS
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-485-201 DIS
1
B301
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
289Y
GLOBAL ECON&MANGMNTN
294
LAW AND ECON WRKSHPY
660-512-201 SEM 1
CORNELL D307
RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS
660-564-201 SEM 1
R
12:10- 1:40P
M
4:10- 7:00P
ENTRPNR C315
ALDERTON, D.J.
60
30
SO 4.0
U
9:30- 3:00P
COLLINS
A301
ABE, G.J.
60
30
SO 4.0
W
4:10- 7:00P
CORNELL D313
GEIS, G.T.
60
30
SO 4.0
R
7:10- 10:00P GOLD
B117
NATHANSON, D.A.
60
30
SO 4.0
M
4:10- 7:00P
GOLD
B313
SCHEINROCK, J.I.
60
30
SO 4.0
W
1:00- 3:50P
ENTRPNR C301
SAKAKIBARA, M.
60
30
LG 4.0
W
7:10- 10:00P ENTRPNR C301
SAKAKIBARA, M.
60
30
LG 4.0
U
9:30- 3:00P
ENTRPNR C315
EDWARDS, S.
60
30
SO 4.0
M
1:00- 3:50P
GOLD
B301
RUMELT, R.P.
60
30
LG 4.0
M
1:00- 3:50P
GOLD
B117
SUOMINEN, K.M.
60
30
LG 4.0
S
2:00- 8:00P
GOLD
SUOMINEN, K.M.
60
30
LG 4.0
T
8:30- 11:20A CORNELL D313
GEIS, G.T.
60
30
LG 4.0
T
7:10- 10:00P GOLD
B117
CHERNOV, M.
60
30
LG 4.0
T
4:10- 7:00P
GOLD
B301
OLIAN, J.D.
60
30
LG 4.0
W
1:00- 3:50P
CORNELL D313
FARRELL, B.J.
60
30
LG 4.0
M
7:10- 10:00P GOLD
RUMELT, R.P.
60
30
LG 4.0
T
1:00- 3:50P
CORNELL D310
WILSON, N.M.
60
30
LG 4.0
T
4:10- 7:00P
CORNELL D307
THE STAFF
60
30
LG 4.0
R
4:10- 7:00P
ENTRPNR C315
SOOD, S.
72
30
LG 4.0
R
4:10- 7:00P
GOLD
MOORAD, J.S.
60
30
LG 4.0
ALDERTON, D.J.
20
30
LG 4.0
BAUMAN, M.Y.
60
30
LG 2.0
ALLARD NELSON, L.E
30
30
SU 2.0
SHU, S.B.
15
30
SU 1.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
295A
ENTRPRN&VNTR INITIA
N
660-530-201 DIS
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-530-202 DIS
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-530-203 DIS
3
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-530-204 DIS
4
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
295D
BUSINESS PLAN DEVLP Y
660-538-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
297B
INTNATL BSNS STRTGY
N
660-540-200 DIS
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-540-201 DIS
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
297E
BSNS-EMERGING MRKTSN
298D
SPEC TOPICS MANGMNT N
660-542-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-547-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-547-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Management 298D, lecture 2:
660-547-203 LEC
3
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-547-204 LEC
4
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Management 298D, lecture 4:
660-547-205 LEC
5
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Management 298D, lecture 5:
660-547-206 LEC
6
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-547-207 LEC
7
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Management 298D, lecture 7:
660-547-208 LEC
8
B301
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-547-209 LEC
9
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-547-210 LEC
10
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Management 298D, lecture 10:
660-547-212 LEC
12
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Management 298D, lecture 12:
660-547-217 LEC
17
B117
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Management 298D, lecture 17:
660-547-231 LEC
31
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Management 298D, lecture 31:
298E
SPECIAL TOPICS
N
660-552-201 LEC
1
U
9:30- 5:30P
CORNELL D301
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Management 298E, lecture 1:
298H
SPECIAL TOPICS
N
660-555-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Management 298H, lecture 1:
298I
SPECIAL TOPICS
N
660-559-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS
Management 298I, lecture 1:
298Y
MGMT STRATGY&POLICYN
660-549-200 DIS
1
F
1:30- 3:00P
CORNELL D313
LIEBERMAN, M.B.
15
30
SU 1.0
S
2:00- 5:15P
COLLINS
A201
CASKEY, J.A.
72
30
LG 4.0
S
9:30- 12:45P GOLD
B313
CASKEY, J.A.
72
30
LG 4.0
T
6:30- 9:45P
COLLINS
A301
CASKEY, J.A.
72
30
LG 4.0
R
6:30- 9:45P
GOLD
B313
CASKEY, J.A.
72
30
LG 4.0
U
9:00- 3:00P
GOLD
B313
FRIEDMAN, H.L.
72
30
LG 4.0
S
9:30- 12:45P COLLINS
A201
BURSZTYN, L.A.
72
30
LG 4.0
S
2:00- 5:15P
GOLD
B313
BURSZTYN, L.A.
72
30
LG 4.0
R
6:30- 9:45P
COLLINS
A301
VOIGTLAENDER, N.
72
30
LG 4.0
T
6:30- 9:45P
GOLD
B313
VOIGTLAENDER, N.
72
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: MANAGEMENT M.S./PH.D. MAJORS
403
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTNG N
660-619-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-619-201 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-619-202 LEC
3
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-619-203 LEC
4
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-619-204 LEC
5
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
405
MNGERIAL ECONOMICS N
660-637-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-637-201 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-637-202 LEC
3
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-637-203 LEC
4
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
660-637-204 LEC
SEC
Winter 2016
FEE
5
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
S
2:00- 8:00P
T
1:00- 3:50P
W
7:10- 10:00P GOLD
U
9:30- 3:00P
GOLD
MW
2:30- 4:00P
COLLINS
MW
12:45- 2:15P
COLLINS
MW
9:45- 11:15A COLLINS
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
VOIGTLAENDER, N.
72
30
LG 4.0
DIPPEL, C.
60
30
LG 4.0
B313
DIPPEL, C.
60
30
LG 4.0
B117
AHMADI, R.H.
60
30
LG 4.0
A301
THE STAFF
72
30
LG 4.0
A301
THE STAFF
72
30
LG 4.0
A301
THE STAFF
72
30
LG 4.0
ROOM
UNITS
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
406
GLOBAL MACROECONOMYY
660-639-201 LEC
1
CORNELL D313
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-639-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
407
BUS ANLY W/ SPRDSHT Y
660-649-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
408
FINANCE FOUNDATIONS N
660-616-207 LEC
8
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-616-208 LEC
9
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-616-209 LEC
10
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
410
OPRATNS TCHNLG MGMTN
660-669-201 LEC
1
TR
9:45- 11:15A GOLD
B313
CORBETT, C.J.
72
30
LG 4.0
TR
12:45- 2:15P
GOLD
B313
CORBETT, C.J.
72
30
LG 4.0
TR
2:30- 4:00P
GOLD
B313
CORBETT, C.J.
72
30
LG 4.0
TR
12:45- 2:15P
ENTRPNR C315
ROELS, G.Y.
72
30
LG 4.0
TR
9:45- 11:15A ENTRPNR C315
ROELS, G.Y.
72
30
LG 4.0
MW
12:45- 2:15P
ENTRPNR C315
ZEITHAMMER, R.
72
30
LG 4.0
MW
2:30- 4:00P
ENTRPNR C315
ZEITHAMMER, R.
72
30
LG 4.0
TR
9:45- 11:15A CORNELL D301
LARKIN, I.I.
72
30
LG 4.0
TR
12:45- 2:15P
CORNELL D301
LARKIN, I.I.
72
30
LG 4.0
TR
2:30- 4:00P
CORNELL D301
LARKIN, I.I.
72
30
LG 4.0
S
2:00- 8:00P
GOLD
B301
MCCANN, R.M.
46
30
SO 4.0
B301
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-669-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-669-203 LEC
3
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-669-204 LEC
4
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-669-205 LEC
5
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
411
MARKETING MGMT
N
660-623-205 LEC
6
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-623-206 LEC
7
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
420
BUSINESS STRATEGY
N
660-690-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-690-201 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-690-203 LEC
3
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
425
ADV MANAGEMENT COMMN
660-650-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
430
CORPORATE FINANCE
Y
660-706-201 LEC
1
W
8:30- 11:20A GOLD
WELCH, I.I.
60
30
LG 4.0
R
7:10- 10:00P CORNELL D313
MANN, W.G.
60
30
LG 4.0
M
4:10- 7:00P
CORNELL D313
MANN, W.G.
60
30
LG 4.0
S
2:00- 8:00P
CORNELL D301
CHOWDHRY, B.
60
30
LG 4.0
W
8:30- 11:20A
THE STAFF
60
30
2.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-706-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-706-203 LEC
3
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-706-204 LEC
4
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
444A
INTRODUCTION TO AMR N
660-703-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
458A
INTERNATNAL STUDIES N
660-712-201 LEC
1
SUSSMAN, E.H.
50
30
2.0
NICKELSBURG, G.
50
30
2.0
GABRIEL, S.A.
50
30
2.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-712-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-712-203 LEC
3
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
462
ECON ANLY-MANAGERS N
464
MANAGERL ACCOUNTINGN
660-787-200 LEC
1
TBA
EDWARDS, S.
85
30
SO 4.0
TBA
GEIS, G.T.
85
30
SO 4.0
TBA
BERNARDO, A.E.
85
30
SO 4.0
TBA
ULLMEN, J.B.
85
30
2.0
ABE, G.J.
85
30
2.0
ABE, G.J.
85
30
4.0
FREIXES, G.
30
30
2.0
TANG, C.S.
30
30
SO 4.0
AUDENAERT, A.M.
85
30
SO 2.0-4.0
ABE, G.J.
30
30
2.0
ABE, G.J.
85
30
2.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-789-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
466B
FINANCL PLCY-MNGRS
N
660-793-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
469A
ORGANIZTNL BEHAVIOR N
470A
INTRO-MGMT RESRCH
660-739-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
N
660-803-201 FLD
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
470B
MGMT RESEARCH
N
471A
MGMT PRACTICUM
N
660-804-200 FLD
1
TBA
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-808-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
474
OPRATNS&TCHNLG MGMTN
660-812-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
478
SELECTED TOPCS-MGMTN
487A
ENTRPRNRSHP&VENTUREN
660-818-224 SEM 24
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-860-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
660-860-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Students who enroll in upper division HSSEAS courses without completing the requisites are subject to disenrollment after the second class meeting. If necessary, consult an HSSEAS counselor in
6426 Boelter Hall.
90L
PHYSCL MSRMNT-MATRLN
104
SCIENCE-ENGR MATERL Y
191-270-201 LAB
1
T
8:00- 11:50A ENGR V
1010
ONO, K.
15
30
LG 2.0
OZOLINS, V.
70
03
LG 4.0
LAN, E.H.
35
35
70
05
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
THE STAFF
35
35
60
15
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS OR CHEM/MAT SCI
-----------
LEC
1
$ 20
MW
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 2444
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS OR CHEM/MAT SCI
191-324-201 DIS
191-324-202 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1B
2
$ 20
F
F
MW
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 2:50P
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 5272
BOELTER 5273
BOELTER 2444
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS OR CHEM/MAT SCI
M105
NANOSCI&NANOTECH
Y
191-324-211 DIS
191-324-212 DIS
----------LEC
2A
2B
1
F
F
TR
8:00- 8:50A
3:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 5422
BOELTER 5273
BOELTER 2760
1A
1B
F
F
10:00- 10:50A DODD
78
12:00- 12:50P BOELTER 5422
SAME AS: ENGR M101
191-330-201 DIS
191-330-202 DIS
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
30
30
0.0
0.0
Winter 2016
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NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
111
INTR-MTRLS CHRCTR B Y
120
PHYSICS-MATERIALS
Y
----------191-441-201
191-441-202
-----------
CLS
TYP
SEC
LEC
LAB
LAB
LEC
1
1A
1B
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
TR
TBA
R
TR
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 5280
INSTRUCTOR
YANG, Y.
39
20
19
40
BOELTER 9436
BOELTER 5436
GOORSKY, M.S.
BOELTER 9436
PUB AFF 2232
ENGR V
8:00- 11:50A ENGR V
XC
14
CR
TP
UNITS
13
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
40
45
05
0.0
LG 4.0
DUNN, B.S.
45
45
07
0.0
LG 4.0
1010
KODAMBAKA, S.
12
30
LG 2.0
1010
KODAMBAKA, S.
12
30
LG 2.0
ENGR V
1010
KODAMBAKA, S.
12
30
LG 2.0
10:00- 11:50A ENGR V
1010
POZUELO, M.
12
30
LG 2.0
MARIAN, J.
40
16
LG 4.0
PEI, Q.
20
20
40
09
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
KAKOULLI, I.
40
0
30
0.0
LG 4.0
STREIT, D.C.
XIE, Y.
40
40
30
13
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
XIE, Y.
35
30
LG 4.0
9:00- 10:50A BOELTER 5422
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 9436
PRIKHODKO, S.
ENRL
CAP
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS OR CHEM/MAT SCI
122
ELCTRNC MTRLS PRCSS Y
191-479-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
T
MW
8:00- 8:50A
12:00- 1:50P
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191-521-200 LEC
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191-522-200 LAB
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191-522-201 LAB
2
F
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS OR CHEM/MAT SCI
191-522-203 LAB
3
F
1:00- 4:50P
RESTRICT: ALL UG ENGR MAJORS OR CHEM/MAT SCI
141L
CMPTR MTHDS&INSTRMNN
143A
MECH BEHV-MATERIALS Y
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1
MW
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LEC
1
$ 20
TR
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150
INTRO TO POLYMERS
N
191-588-201 DIS
191-588-202 DIS
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BOELTER 9436
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M215
LAB-RCK ART&WLL PTG N
221
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SCI-ELCTRONIC MATRL N
DEPOSITION TECHNLGS N
191-690-201 DIS
595-092-200 LAB
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1
F
R
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9:30- 1:20P
BOELTER 5264
1
1
MW
TR
2:00- 3:50P ROYCE
162
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SAME AS: CAEM M250
595-126-200 LEC
595-144-200 LEC
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595-144-280 LEC
80
UNSCHED
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
247
NANOSCALE MATERIALS N
282
ADV TPC-MAT SCI&ENG N
595-284-200 LEC
1
MW
12:00- 1:50P
HUANG, Y.
40
05
LG 4.0
F
10:30- 11:50A ENGR V
BOELTER 5420
2101
MARIAN, J.
30
30
SU 2.0
TR
2:00- 3:50P
HAINES
A44
MOSLEH, A.
40
30
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TR
VAR
4:00- 5:50P
WGYOUNG 4216
MCENERNEY, B.W.
ONO, K.
40
35
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30
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LG 2.0-4.0
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595-492-201 LEC
1
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298
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N
595-610-201 SEM 1
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595-610-202 SEM 2
595-610-280 SEM 80
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
MATHEMATICS
Mathematics
Information on the Mathematics Diagnostic Test is available at http://www.math.ucla.edu/ugrad/diagnostic. ADVANCED PLACEMENT CREDIT: For questions regarding Advanced Placement (AP)
credit, see http://www.math.ucla.edu/ugrad/ap-credit.
For Mathematics 3A, enrollment is contingent on taking and passing the Mathematics Diagnostic Test which is given online. Credit for Mathematics 1 from another institution is not accepted. See
http://www.math.ucla.edu/ugrad/diag-testdates for dates of the test and score upload.
3A
3B
3C
CALC LIFE SCI STDT
CALC LIFE SCI STDT
PROB LIFE SCI STDT
Y
Y
Y
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262-074-203
262-074-204
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262-083-225
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ROLFE
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MS
MS
MS
MS
GEOLOGY
MS
BUNCHE
MS
LAKRETZ
BUNCHE
HUMANTS
MS
MS
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
BOELTER
MS
HUMANTS
MS
ROLFE
BOELTER
BOELTER
BUNCHE
1178
5127
5127
5118
5118
5117
5117
1178
5138
4645
5127
5272
3116
A44
4000A
5138
5138
5137
5137
6229
6229
4000A
4645
5127
2181
5138
100
2181
A51
5138
5138
6704
6704
5280
5147
A51
5117
3116
5420
9436
3153
KREITLON CAROLINO,
KREITLON CAROLINO,
GREENE, M.P.
GREENE, M.P.
KUNZE, A.
LEARY, B.A.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
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140 / MATHEMATICS
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
262-089-206
----------262-089-211
262-089-212
262-089-213
262-089-214
262-089-215
262-089-216
----------262-089-221
262-089-230
CLS
TYP
SEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
1F
2
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2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
3
3A
10
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
R
MWF
T
R
T
R
T
R
MWF
T
MWF
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
9:00- 9:50A
BOELTER
MS
MS
PAB
MS
BOELTER
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
MS
5420
4000A
5137
2434
6229
5422
6704
6704
4645
4645
5148
INSTRUCTOR
DENOMME, R.A.
ENRL
CAP
35
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35
35
35
35
35
0
0
0
XC
07
08
02
CR
TP
UNITS
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
SO 4.0
For Mathematics 31A, enrollment is contingent on taking and passing the Mathematics Diagnostic Test which is given online. Credit for Mathematics 1 from another institution is not accepted. See
http://www.math.ucla.edu/ugrad/diag-testdates for dates of the test and score upload.
31A
31B
DIFF&INTGL CALCULUS Y
INTEGRTN&INF SERIES
Y
----------262-181-201
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262-181-203
262-181-204
262-181-105
262-181-106
----------262-181-211
262-181-212
262-181-213
262-181-214
262-181-215
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----------262-186-201
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262-186-203
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----------262-186-211
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1D
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2
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2B
2C
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TBA
R
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MWF
T
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MWF
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TBA
TBA
TBA
MWF
T
R
TBA
R
TBA
R
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10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
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1:00- 1:50P
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10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
1178
BOTANY 325
HAINES
A44
WGYOUNG CS50
MS
5148
PUB AFF 2232
FRANZ
1178
MS
5138
MS
5138
MS
6229
MS
5118
MS
6201
PAB
1434A
ROLFE
1200
MS
5118
BOELTER 5280
MS
5117
GEOLOGY 4645
MS
5127
WGYOUNG 2200
ROLFE
1200
GEOLOGY 6704
HAINES
A44
BUNCHE 3123
11:00- 11:50A HUMANTS A51
11:00- 11:50A GEOLOGY 4660
11:00- 11:50A MS
5138
11:00- 11:50A MS
ANDREWS, M.J.
LEARY, B.A.
ZHANG, Y.
WAKE, P.
DENOMME, R.A.
5117
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3D
3E
3F
MWF
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2:00- 2:50P
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2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
FRANZ
MS
FRANZ
HAINES
HAINES
PUB AFF
KNSY PV
1178
4000A
2258A
A18
A18
1329
1220B
LAFFERTY, M.J.
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For Mathematics 31B, lecture 4, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, February 3, and Friday, February 26, 2015.
32A
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Y
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----------262-206-211
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262-206-226
----------262-206-231
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4E
4F
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1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
3
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
4
4A
4B
4C
4D
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MWF
T
R
TBA
R
T
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MWF
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R
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MWF
T
R
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R
TBA
R
MWF
T
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TBA
T
R
MWF
TBA
R
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TBA
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
MS
4000A
BOELTER 5422
MS
6229
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
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9:00- 9:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
GEOLOGY
MS
BOELTER
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
MS
GEOLOGY
KNSY PV
KNSY PV
5127
5118
5118
4000A
5147
6704
6229
5273
2258A
2258A
1178
5137
4645
1220B
1220B
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
BOELTER
MS
MS
BOELTER
MS
5280
4000A
5117
5273
5118
12:00- 12:50P BOELTER 5272
12:00- 12:50P BOELTER 9436
3:00- 3:50P FRANZ
1178
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
LAFFERTY, M.J.
HENDRICKS, K.E.
FREITAG, J.E.
LIU, Y.
PENNEYS, D.S.
GEOLOGY 4645
PUB AFF 2242
MS
5137
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
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MATHEMATICS / 141
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NUMBER COURSE TITLE
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ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CALC OF SEVRL VAR
Y
32BH
CALC-SEVRL VAR-HNR
Y
33A
LINEAR ALGBRA&APPLS Y
33AH
LINEAR ALG&APPS-HNR Y
33B
DIFFERNTL EQUATIONS Y
61
71SL
DISCRETE STRUCTURES Y
ELMNTRY SCHOOL MATHN
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----------262-211-201
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----------262-211-211
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----------262-211-221
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262-211-223
262-211-224
262-211-225
262-211-226
----------262-210-201
----------262-221-201
262-221-202
262-221-203
262-221-204
262-221-205
262-221-206
----------262-221-211
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262-221-213
262-221-214
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262-221-216
----------262-097-201
----------262-223-201
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262-223-203
262-223-204
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262-223-206
----------262-223-211
262-223-212
262-223-213
262-223-214
262-223-215
262-223-216
----------262-223-221
262-223-222
262-223-223
262-223-224
262-223-225
262-223-226
----------262-268-201
262-268-202
262-268-203
262-268-204
262-268-205
262-268-206
262-270-200
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TYP
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3:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5422
11:00- 11:50A ROLFE
1200
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6229
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ENRL
CAP
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5137
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6229
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RALSTON JR, J.V.
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RALSTON JR, J.V.
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MESZAROS, A.R.
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11:00- 11:50A WGYOUNG CS76
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
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FRANZ
MS
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
1178
5137
5272
5249
5249
9436
YIN, C.
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2:00- 2:50P
HUMANTS
PAB
MS
PAB
MS
A51
2434
5147
1425
4000A
RADKO, O.V.
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
PAB
MS
MS
HUMANTS
MS
1425
6627
6627
A51
6229
GALLAUER ALVES DE
12:00- 12:50P WGYOUNG CS76
12:00- 12:50P WGYOUNG CS76
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10:00- 10:50A
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4000A
MS
5137
MS
5117
MS
5127
GEOLOGY 4645
GEOLOGY 4645
MS
5147
MS
7608
MS
7608
ROLFE
1200
BOELTER 5272
MS
5137
BOELTER 5280
BOELTER 5280
BOELTER 5419
BOELTER 5419
WGYOUNG CS50
BOELTER 5419
BOELTER 5419
BOELTER 5420
BOELTER 5420
BOELTER 5273
BOELTER 5422
ROLFE
1200
WGYOUNG 2200
WGYOUNG 2200
WGYOUNG 4216
WGYOUNG 4216
KNSY PV 1220B
HAINES
A18
HUMANTS A51
BEN NERIA, O.
NEEMAN, I.
BAO, E.
FREITAG, J.E.
WAKE, P.
ROMBACH, M.P.
XC
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30
0.0
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262-270-210 SEM 2
R
4:00- 5:20P
MS
6201
R
W
11:30- 12:50P MS
4:00- 5:20P MS
7608
6201
MW
3:00- 4:20P
WGYOUNG 6096
GIESEKER, D.
10
30
PN 1.0
TR
3:00- 4:20P
WGYOUNG 6096
GIESEKER, D.
10
30
PN 1.0
TR
3:00- 4:20P
MS
GIESEKER, D.
10
30
PN 1.0
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72SL
MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH Y
98XA
PEERS COLLAB WRKSHPN
262-270-299 SEM 10
262-271-200 SEM 1
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262-290-200 LAB
1
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262-290-201 LAB
2
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98XB
PEERS COLLAB WRKSHPN
262-291-200 LAB
1
3974
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262-291-201 LAB
2
MW
3:00- 4:20P
MS
3974
GIESEKER, D.
10
30
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R
3:00- 4:50P
MS
6118
DALLAS, H.J.
20
16
PN 2.0
1:00- 2:50P
MS
6221
DALLAS, H.J.
25
06
LG 4.0
12:00- 12:50P MS
5200
PETERSEN, P.
70
05
SO 4.0
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103A
MATH INSTRUCTION
Y
105B
PEDAGOGY-SCNDRY MTHY
106
HIST OF MATHEMATICS Y
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NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
262-328-202 DIS
SEC
1B
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
R
12:00- 12:50P MS
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
5127
ENRL
CAP
XC
40
CR
TP
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02
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MARKS, A.S.
40
40
05
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5137
5117
ROUQUIER, R.A.
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40
02
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MS
5117
5118
GIESEKER, D.
40
40
07
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12:00- 12:50P MS
5118
5118
UNGER, S.
40
40
05
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5118
5147
BEN NERIA, O.
40
40
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MERKURJEV, A.S.
40
40
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ELMAN, R.S.
40
40
06
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CONLEY, W.J.
40
40
03
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LIU, G.
40
40
03
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5148
5117
PETERSEN, P.
40
40
07
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MS
5117
5138
GALLAUER ALVES DE
40
40
02
0.0
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9:00- 9:50A MS
12:00- 12:50P MS
5138
6229
ANDREWS, M.J.
40
40
05
0.0
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6229
6627
THE STAFF
40
40
06
0.0
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MS
MS
6627
5147
DE SAPIO, R.
40
40
07
0.0
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MS
MS
5147
5147
BROWN, R.F.
40
40
08
0.0
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3:00- 3:50P MS
10:00- 10:50A MS
5147
5138
RALSTON JR, J.V.
40
40
03
0.0
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5138
5147
MESZAROS, A.R.
40
40
02
0.0
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5147
5138
PENNEYS, D.S.
40
40
04
0.0
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5138
6627
KIM, C.
40
40
04
0.0
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6627
5137
CASTELLA, F.
40
40
03
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40
40
04
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40
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N
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INTRO TO SET THEORY
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HENDRICKS, K.E.
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TASSY, M.
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LIU, Y.
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6
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MS
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TASSY, M.
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LINEAR ALGEBRA
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116
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T
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120A
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Y
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R
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R
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1:00- 1:50P MS
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T
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2:00- 2:50P
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T
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131B
ANALYSIS
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R
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131BH
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N
132
CMPLX ANLY-APLICTNS Y
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T
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262-469-201 DIS
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T
MWF
10:00- 10:50A MS
11:00- 11:50A MS
5137
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GREENE, R.E.
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R
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CHAYES, L.
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132H
COMPLEX ANLY-HONORSY
134
SYSTMS-DIFFNTL EQTN Y
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R
MWF
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12:00- 12:50P MS
5137
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GARNETT, J.B.
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R
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12:00- 12:50P MS
9:00- 9:50A MS
6627
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TARANETS, R.
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DIS
LEC
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2
2A
1
FEE
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
YIN, C.
40
0
0
40
02
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
SO 4.0
BAO, E.
40
40
04
0.0
SO 4.0
5127
5147
ROPER, M.L.
40
40
05
0.0
SO 4.0
5147
5147
SCHROEDER, C.A.
40
40
06
0.0
SO 4.0
MS
MS
5147
5137
KUNZE, A.
40
40
09
0.0
SO 4.0
4:00- 4:50P MS
10:00- 10:50A MS
5137
6229
QIN, J.
40
40
03
0.0
LG 4.0
6229
5127
YIN, K.
40
40
06
0.0
LG 4.0
5127
6229
LAUB, A.J.
40
40
04
0.0
LG 4.0
11:00- 11:50A MS
6229
1:00- 1:50P GEOLOGY 6704
THE STAFF
40
40
06
0.0
LG 4.0
BROWN, R.F.
40
40
07
0.0
SO 4.0
HEILMAN, S.M.
40
40
04
0.0
SO 4.0
RODRIGUEZ, P.F.
40
40
04
0.0
SO 4.0
TRAN, H.V.
40
40
05
0.0
SO 4.0
5147
6229
HEILMAN, S.M.
40
40
06
0.0
SO 4.0
MS
MS
6229
6229
WANG, C.
40
40
07
0.0
SO 4.0
MS
MS
6229
6229
RODRIGUEZ, P.F.
40
40
02
0.0
SO 4.0
9:00- 9:50A MS
10:00- 10:50A MS
6229
5127
TRAN, H.V.
40
40
03
0.0
SO 4.0
5127
5137
ZHANG, Y.
40
40
07
0.0
SO 4.0
5137
5117
BISKUP, M.
40
40
04
0.0
SO 4.0
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
T
MWF
T
MWF
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
MS
MS
MS
GEOLOGY
5137
5118
5118
6704
XC
06
CR
TP
UNITS
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262-508-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
2
T
MWF
9:00- 9:50A GEOLOGY 6704
11:00- 11:50A MS
5127
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142
MATHEMTCL MODELING Y
262-508-211 DIS
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1
T
MWF
11:00- 11:50A MS
12:00- 12:50P MS
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262-513-201 DIS
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T
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12:00- 12:50P MS
1:00- 1:50P MS
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262-513-211 DIS
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2A
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T
MWF
1:00- 1:50P
4:00- 4:50P
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151A
APPLD NUMRICL MTHDS Y
262-513-221 DIS
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1
T
MWF
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262-564-201 DIS
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1A
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T
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10:00- 10:50A MS
1:00- 1:50P MS
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151B
APPLD NUMRICL MTHDS Y
262-564-211 DIS
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2A
1
R
MWF
1:00- 1:50P MS
11:00- 11:50A MS
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262-565-201 DIS
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1A
2
R
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164
OPTIMIZATION
Y
262-565-211 DIS
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2A
1
TBA
MWF
2:00- 2:50P
MS
5127
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167
MATH GAME THEORY
Y
262-629-201 DIS
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1
R
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2:00- 2:50P MS
5127
11:00- 11:50A GEOLOGY 4645
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170A
PROBABILITY THEORY
Y
262-646-201 DIS
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1A
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T
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11:00- 11:50A GEOLOGY 4645
11:00- 11:50A GEOLOGY 6704
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262-660-201 DIS
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1A
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T
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11:00- 11:50A GEOLOGY 6704
12:00- 12:50P MS
5127
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262-660-211 DIS
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2A
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R
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12:00- 12:50P MS
1:00- 1:50P MS
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KONG, L.F.
40
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TR
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4:00- 5:50P
MS
MS
5147
5127
KIM, J.
CHONG-KIT, R.A.
40
40
16
16
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LG 4.0
WF
2:00- 3:50P
FRANZ
2258A
KONG, L.F.
40
07
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MWF
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MS
5127
ZHANG, Y.
40
08
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MS
5127
GEOLOGY 4645
MORALES, A.H.
40
40
07
0.0
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GEOLOGY 4645
MS
6229
PAK, I.
40
40
08
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40
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20
30
30
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20
30
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172C
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Y
173A
CASUALTY LSS MDLS 1
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MATHEMATICS-FINANCE Y
262-733-210 LEC
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1
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UNGER, S.
KUANG, D.
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Math 191, lecture 1: Numerical Linear Algebra for Data Analysis
205B
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6201
BLASIUS, D.M.
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MS
5148
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1:00- 1:50P
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6201
HIDA, H.
20
30
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OSTROVSKY, R.
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05
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6201
MERKURJEV, A.S.
30
04
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R
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5118
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206B
COMBINATORL THEORY N
207B
TOPCS-NUMBER THEORYN
M209B
CRYPTGRPHC PROTOCLSN
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662-020-200 LEC
1
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1
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REQ IM ID NUMBER
214A
INTR-ALGEBRAIC GEOM N
216C
FRTHR TOPCS-ALGEBRA Y
CLS
TYP
662-042-200 LEC
SEC
1
FEE
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
10:00- 10:50A MS
5148
TOTARO, B.
28
30
SO 4.0
1:00- 1:50P
MS
5138
ROUQUIER, R.A.
0
06
SO 4.0
MWF
1:00- 1:50P
MS
5148
ASCHENBRENNER, M.J
20
06
SO 4.0
MWF
11:00- 11:50A MS
5118
NEEMAN, I.
20
30
SO 4.0
MWF
12:00- 12:50P MS
5148
LIU, K.
30
30
SO 4.0
T
MWF
11:00- 11:50A MS
11:00- 11:50A MS
5118
7608
MANOLESCU, C.
30
20
30
0.0
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MWF
2:00- 2:50P
6118
HILL, M.A.
20
07
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DAYS
TIME
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MWF
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UNITS
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662-099-200 LEC
1
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220B
MATHEMATICAL LOGIC
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223S
TOPICS-SET THEORY
N
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1
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1
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227B
ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY N
662-128-200 LEC
1
MS
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245B
REAL ANALYSIS
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5117
BONK, M.
30
05
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R
MWF
12:00- 12:50P MS
10:00- 10:50A MS
5117
6627
GARNETT, J.B.
30
40
30
0.0
SO 4.0
MWF
10:00- 10:50A MS
6201
KHITRIK, M.
20
03
SO 4.0
MWF
12:00- 12:50P MS
7608
SHLYAKHTENKO, D.Y.
30
05
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MWF
9:00- 9:50A
MS
6201
POPA, S.
20
30
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246B
COMPLEX ANALYSIS
N
251B
TOPC-PARTL DIFF EQN
N
255B
TOPCS-FUNCTN ANALYS N
662-192-201 DIS
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1
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662-244-200 LEC
1
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662-265-200 LEC
1
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259B
OPER ALG-HILB SPACE
N
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1
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266B
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9:00- 9:50A
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5127
KIM, C.
20
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9:00- 9:50A MS
11:00- 11:50A MS
5127
5148
ANDERSON, C.R.
20
40
30
0.0
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R
MWF
11:00- 11:50A MS
1:00- 1:50P MS
5127
7608
YIN, W.
40
30
30
0.0
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MWF
3:00- 3:50P
MS
5138
ROPER, M.L.
20
08
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MWF
11:00- 11:50A MS
6221
MENZ, G.
20
30
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269B
ADV NUMERICAL ANLY
Y
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270B
MATH-SCNTFC CMPUTNGN
274A
ASYMPTOTIC METHODS N
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1
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662-368-200 LEC
1
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275B
PROBABILITY THEORY
N
662-378-200 LEC
1
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275D
STOCHASTIC CALCULUS N
285J
SEM-APPLIED MATH
N
285N
SEM-COMBINATORICS
N
290B
NUMBER THEORY
N
662-380-200 LEC
1
MWF
9:00- 9:50A
MS
5118
BISKUP, M.
10
02
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MWF
2:00- 2:50P
MS
7608
YIN, W.
10
07
SO 4.0
MWF
12:00- 12:50P MS
6201
CHERNIKOV, A.
10
30
SO 4.0
W
3:00- 3:50P
MS
5118
KHARE, C.
10
30
SU 4.0
W
4:00- 5:50P
MS
5138
HIDA, H.
10
30
SU 4.0
WF
3:00- 4:50P
MS
7608
W
1:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 5514
MWF
11:00- 11:50A MS
6118
T
3:00- 4:50P
MS
6118
W
2:00- 2:50P
BOELTER 5514
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662-466-200 SEM 1
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662-471-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
662-541-200 SEM 1
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662-541-201 SEM 2
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290C
ALGEBRA
N
662-542-200 SEM 1
BALMER, P.
10
30
SU 4.0
HAESEMEYER, C.
10
30
SU 4.0
BALMER, P.
10
04
SU 4.0
NEEMAN, I.
10
30
SU 4.0
LIU, K.
20
30
SU 4.0
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662-542-210 SEM 2
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
662-542-220 SEM 3
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
290D
LOGIC
N
290E
GEOMETRY
N
662-543-200 SEM 1
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662-544-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
290F
TOPOLOGY
N
290G
ANALYSIS
N
290I
FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS N
662-545-201 SEM 2
WF
3:00- 4:50P
MS
5148
HONDA, K.
10
30
SU 4.0
T
2:00- 4:30P
MS
6221
GARNETT, J.B.
20
30
SU 4.0
M
4:00- 5:30P
MS
5138
POPA, S.
10
30
SU 4.0
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662-546-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
662-548-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
290J
APPLIED MATHEMATICS N
662-549-200 SEM 1
M
4:00- 5:50P
MS
6229
ANDERSON, C.R.
10
30
SU 4.0
W
5:00- 5:50P
MS
6229
TERAN, J.M.
10
30
SU 4.0
R
5:00- 6:50P
MS
6229
PAK, I.
15
30
SU 4.0
LINDSTROM, M.R.
90
01
SO 5.0
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662-549-201 SEM 2
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
290N
COMBINATORICS
N
662-553-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Program in Computing
After the first week of classes, students may enroll in PIC classes only with permission to enroll obtained from the instructor.
10A
INTR TO PROGRAMMING N
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5148
30
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30
0.0
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157-050-201 DIS
1A
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1B
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5200
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5148
VIRTANEN, J.T.
120
30
04
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0.0
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6201
30
0.0
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157-050-211 DIS
2A
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157-050-212 DIS
2B
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2C
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5148
30
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6201
30
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5200
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90
06
SO 5.0
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ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
157-050-221 DIS
SEC
3A
FEE
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
TR
1:00- 1:50P
MS
5148
30
UNITS
0.0
2:00- 2:50P
MS
5148
30
0.0
3:00- 3:50P
MS
5148
2:00- 2:50P
MS
5200
1:00- 1:50P
GEOLOGY 6704
30
0.0
2:00- 2:50P
MS
6201
30
0.0
3:00- 3:50P
MS
6201
30
0.0
9:00- 9:50A
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157-050-222 DIS
3B
TR
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3C
TR
30
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BALAGUE GUARDIA, D
90
07
SO 5.0
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157-050-231 DIS
4A
TR
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157-050-232 DIS
4B
TR
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157-050-233 DIS
4C
TR
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10B
INTRMDT PROGRAMMINGY
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MS
5200
10:00- 10:50A MS
6201
DESALVO, S.
60
30
02
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0.0
9:00- 9:50A
MS
6201
30
0.0
10:00- 10:50A MS
5200
9:00- 9:50A
MS
5118
30
0.0
10:00- 10:50A MS
5118
30
0.0
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157-051-201 DIS
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SALAZAR, R.
60
03
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157-051-212 DIS
2B
TR
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10C
ADVNCED PROGRAMMINGY
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1
MWF
12:00- 12:50P GEOLOGY 4645
DESALVO, S.
30
05
SO 5.0
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157-052-201 DIS
1A
TR
12:00- 12:50P GEOLOGY 4645
30
0.0
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For Program in Computing 20A, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 7 to 9 p.m. on the following Wednesdays: January 27 and February 24, 2016.
20A
JAVA LANG-APPLICATN Y
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10:00- 10:50A MS
5117
10:00- 10:50A MS
5117
12:00- 12:50P MS
5138
12:00- 12:50P MS
5138
HABERLAND, M.D.
30
03
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157-102-201 DIS
1A
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30
0.0
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40A
INTRO-INTERNET PROG Y
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VIRTANEN, J.T.
30
05
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157-166-201 DIS
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TR
30
0.0
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For Program in Computing 97, there will be two MANDATORY midterm examinations from 7 to 9 p.m. on the following Wednesdays: January 27 and February 24, 2016.
97
SP TPCS-PROGRAMMINGY
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1
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11:00- 11:50A MS
5203
1A
TR
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6221
HABERLAND, M.D.
30
30
SO 1.0-4.0
Program in Computing 97, lecture 1: Python with Applications
157-290-201 DIS
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0.0
MECHANICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
Students who enroll in upper division HSSEAS courses without completing the requisites are subject to disenrollment after the second class meeting. If necessary, consult an HSSEAS counselor in
6426 Boelter Hall.
M20
MATLAB PROGRAMMING N
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THE STAFF
120
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LYNCH, C.S.
120
31
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30
28
40
07
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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40
0
70
07
0.0
0.0
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THE STAFF
70
60
13
0.0
LG 4.0
30
30
100
15
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
15
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
05
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
SAME AS: C&EE M20
RESTRICT: UG ENGINEERING OR GEOLOGY OR GEOPHYS
101
STTCS&STRNGTH-MTRLSY
210-062-201
210-062-211
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G4
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R
F
F
F
F
MW
10:00- 11:50A
8:00- 9:50A
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
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BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
HUMANTS
3400
4404
4404
4404
3760
135
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102
DYNM-PART&RIGID BOD Y
210-306-201 DIS
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1
F
F
MW
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
HUMANTS 135
KNSY PV 1240B
GEOLOGY 3656
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103
ELEM FLUID MECHANIC Y
210-312-201 DIS
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1A
1
F
TR
2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5249
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 2760
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105A
INT-ENGR THERMODYNC Y
210-318-201 DIS
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1
F
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TR
8:00- 9:50A BOELTER 2760
10:00- 11:50A DODD
175
2:00- 3:50P HUMANTS A65
MARNER, W.J.
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105D
TRANSPORT PHENOMENAY
210-330-201 DIS
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1
F
F
TR
10:00- 11:50A HUMANTS A65
12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5440
2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 5249
THE STAFF
50
50
80
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107
DYNAMIC SYSTEMS
Y
210-333-201 DIS
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1
F
F
MW
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 1:50P
HUMANTS 169
HUMANTS 169
BOELTER 2760
M’CLOSKEY, R.T.
40
40
68
THE STAFF
68
17
17
17
17
50
11
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
50
60
14
0.0
LG 4.0
GUPTA, V.
60
25
14
0.0
LG 4.0
KARAGOZIAN, A.R.
25
40
03
0.0
LG 4.0
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133A
ENGR THERMODYNAMICSY
210-342-201
210-342-211
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ENGR IV
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
BOELTER
5249
43116
43116
43116
43116
2760
RESTRICT: ALL UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MINORS
136
ENERGY&ENVIRONMENT Y
210-498-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
F
TR
10:00- 11:50A DODD
170
12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 2760
THE STAFF
RESTRICT: ALL UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MINORS
CM140
INTRO-BIOMECHANICS
Y
210-517-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
F
TR
8:00- 9:50A
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 2444
BOELTER 2444
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
150A
INTRMD FLUID MCHNCS Y
210-540-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
F
MW
2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 2444
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5440
RESTRICT: ALL UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MINORS
210-600-201 DIS
1A
F
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5440
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
40
0.0
146 / MICROBIOLOGY, IMMUNOLOGY, AND MOLECULAR GENETICS
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
154A
PRELM DSGN-AIRCRAFT Y
157
BASIC MECH ENGR LAB Y
----------210-624-201
210-624-202
210-642-201
CLS
TYP
SEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
LAB
1
1A
1B
1
FEE
Winter 2016
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
TR
F
F
MW
10:00- 11:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
2:00- 5:50P
BOELTER
ROLFE
BOELTER
ENGR IV
5264
3126
5273
43116
THE STAFF
10:00- 1:50P
ENGR IV
2:00- 5:50P
ENGR IV
4:00- 5:50P
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
13
THE STAFF
30
15
15
0
07
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
43116
GHONIEM, N.M.
0
13
LG 4.0
43116
JU, Y.
0
30
LG 4.0
BOELTER 5436
THE STAFF
40
09
LG 4.0
HAINES
A44
HUMANTS 135
TSAO, T.
40
0
30
0.0
LG 4.0
0
0
0
30
05
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
30
35
30
0.0
LG 4.0
IWASAKI, T.
50
05
LG 4.0
THE STAFF
50
110
14
0.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MAJORS
210-642-202 LAB
2
TR
RESTRICT: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MAJORS
157S
AEROSPACE ENGR LAB Y
210-644-201 LAB
1
TR
RESTRICT: AEROSPACE ENGINEERING MAJORS
161B
INTRO TO SPACE TECH
N
-----------
LEC
1
MW
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
162D
MECH DESIGN I
Y
210-667-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
F
M
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 1:50P
RESTRICT: SENIORS ONLY,MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MAJORS
166C
DSGN-COMPOSIT STRUCY
210-675-201
210-675-202
210-675-203
-----------
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
T
W
R
MW
2:00- 5:50P
2:00- 5:50P
2:00- 5:50P
12:00- 1:50P
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
ENGR IV
BOELTER
38138A
38138A
38138A
5264
THE STAFF
RESTRICT: ALL UNDEGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS
M168
FINITE ELEMNT MTHDS Y
171A
DYNAM SYS CNTRL I
210-698-201 DIS
210-709-280 LEC
1A
80
F
12:00- 1:50P
UNSCHED
BOELTER 5264
KLUG, W.S.
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
Y
-----------
LEC
1
MW
12:00- 1:50P
GEOLOGY 3656
RESTRICT: CYBERNETICS,UNDERGRAD ENGINEERING
182A
MATHEMATICS OF ENGR Y
210-726-201 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1
F
TR
12:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
DODD
170
BOELTER 3400
RESTRICT: ALL UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING MAJORS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MINORS
182B
MATHEMATICS OF ENGR Y
183A
MANUFACTR PROCESSESY
C183C
RAPID PROTOTYPING
Y
185
INTRO TO RFID
Y
194
RESEARCH GROUP SEM N
210-792-201
210-792-202
----------210-793-201
----------210-801-201
210-801-202
----------210-803-201
----------210-810-201
210-866-201
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
LAB
LAB
LEC
LAB
LEC
DIS
SEM
1A
1B
1
1A
1
1A
1B
1
1A
1
1A
1
F
F
TR
F
MW
TBA
TBA
MW
TBA
MW
F
R
8:00- 9:50A
12:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
10:00- 11:20A
BOELTER
BOELTER
BOELTER
PUB AFF
BOELTER
5440
2760
5419
2238
5436
HORTON, D.L.
55
55
30
30
0
0
0
0
0
40
40
0
THE STAFF
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 2760
THE STAFF
12:00- 1:50P
12:00- 1:50P
4:00- 5:50P
BOTANY
ROYCE
THE STAFF
T
MW
6:00- 6:50P
2:00- 3:50P
BOELTER 7702
BOELTER 9436
CARMAN, G.P.
LAVINE, A.G.
0
25
TR
TR
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 9436
BOELTER 2444
ABDOU, M.A.
GUPTA, V.
F
TR
2:00- 3:50P BOELTER 2444
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 2444
MW
MW
12:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5419
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5419
14
LG
03
LG
03
LG
05
LG
30
SO
30
07
SO 2.0-4.0
LG 4.0
25
20
15
14
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
ELDREDGE, J.D.
20
35
13
0.0
LG 4.0
ZHONG, X.
MAL, A.K.
25
25
05
03
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
ONLINE
CARMAN, G.P.
35
30
LG 4.0
325
164
KIM, J.
0.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
2.0-4.0
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering 194, seminar 1:
231A
CONVCT HEAT TRANSFR N
237D
CM240
FUSION ENGR&DESIGN
INTRO-BIOMECHANICS
210-866-202 SEM 2
610-186-200 LEC 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
N
610-225-200 LEC
----------LEC
1
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
250A
FOUNDATN-FLUID DYNM N
250F
M256B
GAS DYNAMICS
NONLIN ELASTICITY
610-245-201 DIS
610-300-200 LEC
1A
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
N
610-305-200 LEC
610-337-200 LEC
1
1
SAME AS: C&EE M230B
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
262
INTLGNT MATRL SYSTM N
610-372-280 LEC
80
VAR
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
263D
ADVANCED ROBOTICS
M269A
DYNAMICS-STRUCTURESN
N
610-381-200 LEC
1
TR
12:00- 1:50P
BOELTER 5436
THE STAFF
35
14
LG 4.0
TR
4:00- 5:50P
BOELTER 5273
THE STAFF
25
16
LG 4.0
ONLINE
BENDIKSEN, O.O.
35
30
LG 4.0
BOELTER 5440
THE STAFF
45
14
LG 4.0
ONLINE
THE STAFF
35
30
LG 4.0
SPEYER, J.L.
25
30
LG 4.0
JU, Y.
35
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
610-414-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: C&EE M237A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
269D
AEROELSTC EFEC-STRU N
270B
LINEAR OPTIML CNTRL
610-417-280 LEC
80
VAR
RESTRICT: ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
N
610-421-200 LEC
1
TR
12:00- 1:50P
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
610-421-280 LEC
80
VAR
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
271B
STOCHASTIC ESTIMATN N
610-427-200 LEC
1
MW
10:00- 11:50A ENGR IV
VAR
ONLINE
38138
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
CM280A MICROMACHINING&MEMSN
610-483-280 LEC
80
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS,ON-LINE MASTERS PROGRAM
M280B
MEMS FABRICATION
284
SNSRS&ACTUATRS&SGNLN
N
610-485-200 LEC
1
MW
THE STAFF
35
05
LG 4.0
MW
12:00- 1:50P
10:00- 11:50A GEOLOGY 3656
LAKRETZ 120
HO, C.
65
03
LG 4.0
TR
12:00- 1:50P
CHEN, Y.
35
14
LG 4.0
TR
MW
TBA
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 5273
10:00- 11:50A BOELTER 2760
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
25
0
0
13
03
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
0.0
SAME AS: BIOENGR M250B,EL ENGR M250B
610-504-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M287
NANOSCIENCE
N
610-521-200 LEC
1
BOELTER 5264
SAME AS: EL ENGR M257
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
294A
C297A
COMPLIANT MECHANISMN
RAPID PROTOTYPING
N
610-568-200 LEC
----------LEC
610-579-201 LAB
1
1
1A
MICROBIOLOGY, IMMUNOLOGY, AND MOLECULAR GENETICS
For Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics 100L, attendance at the first laboratory meeting is MANDATORY. If you are NOT present, your space will be reassigned, and you MUST drop
the class through MyUCLA.
100L
LAB-PROFESSNL SCHLS Y
----------145-304-201
145-304-202
145-304-203
145-304-204
LEC
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
$ 50
TR
T
W
W
R
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 11:50A
9:00- 11:50A
1:00- 2:50A
9:00- 11:50A
BOELTER 5249
WGYOUNG 3370
WGYOUNG 3370
WGYOUNG 3370
WGYOUNG 3370
PIRINO, G.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
88
22
22
22
22
15
LG 3.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Winter 2016
MILITARY SCIENCE / 147
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics 101 is limited to departmental premajors and majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any student may enroll beginning November 19,
2015, space permitting. There will be two midterm examinations from 5 to 7 p.m. on the following Thursdays: January 28 and February 18, 2016.
101
INTRO MICROBIOLOGY
Y
----------145-306-201
145-306-202
145-306-203
145-306-204
145-306-205
145-306-206
145-306-207
145-306-208
145-306-209
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
MWF
T
T
T
T
T
W
W
W
W
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
HUMANTS
FRANZ
FRANZ
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
FRANZ
A51
2288
2288
5217
5233
5233
5225
5225
5217
2288
GUNSALUS, R.P.
225
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
0
06
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics 102, there will be two midterm examinations from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, January 25, and Wednesday, February 17, 2016.
102
INTRO VIROLOGY
Y
109AL
IMMERSION LAB MICRO Y
----------145-312-201
145-312-202
145-312-203
145-312-204
145-312-205
145-312-206
145-312-207
145-312-208
145-312-209
145-312-210
145-312-211
145-312-212
-----------
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1
MWF
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
W
W
W
W
W
$ 110 TR
10:00- 10:50A
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:15P
DODD
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
BOELTER
147
5225
5225
5225
5225
5225
5225
5225
5225
5225
5225
5225
5225
5419
DASGUPTA, A.
MOBERG PARKER, J.P
300
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
32
PIRINO, G.
MERRIAM, J.R.
0
0
32
90
MILLER, J.H.
15
15
15
15
15
15
44
03
30
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
30
01
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
LG 5.0
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: MIMG MAJORS OR PRE-MAJORS
109BL
CM156
ADV RSRCH-MICROBIO Y
HUM GEN & GENOMICS Y
145-354-201
145-354-202
145-355-200
-----------
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
1A
1B
1
1
MW
TR
MW
MWF
11:00- 2:50P
9:00- 12:50P
11:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
WGYOUNG 3340
WGYOUNG 3340
WGYOUNG 3336
HUMANTS A51
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
W
W
W
R
R
R
TR
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:30- 1:45P
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
MS
MS
MS
LAKRETZ
4660
4660
4660
5225
5225
5225
120
2:00- 2:50P
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 5:50P
9:30- 10:45A
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
9:30- 10:45A
11:00- 12:15P
12:30- 1:45P
4:30- 5:50P
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
BIO SCI
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
LAKRETZ
120
120
283
5200
5225
5225
5225
5225
5225
5225
101
SAME AS: MCD BIO CM156
158
MICROBIAL GENOMICS
Y
145-636-201
145-636-202
145-636-203
145-636-204
145-636-205
145-636-206
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
RESTRICT: MIMG MAJORS OR PRE-MAJORS
180A
185A
SCI ANLY&COMMNCTN 1 Y
IMMUNOLOGY
Y
191H
HONORS RESEARCH SEMY
145-648-201
145-648-202
145-780-200
----------145-810-201
145-810-202
145-810-203
145-810-204
145-810-205
145-810-206
145-847-201
DIS
DIS
SEM
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
1A
1B
1
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
R
F
F
TR
R
R
R
F
F
F
W
MILLER, J.H.
22
22
0
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
10
PIRINO, G.
XING, Y.
GALIC, Z.
30
0.0
0.0
LG 2.0
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 2.0
1
30
SO 2.0
30
12
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
192
UNDERGRAD PRACTICUMN
145-853-201 SEM 1
VAR
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
CM256
HUM GEN & GENOMICS N
-----------
LEC
1
MWF
8:00- 8:50A
HUMANTS A51
MERRIAM, J.R.
10
01
LG 5.0
F
T
1:00- 2:50P
4:00- 5:50P
GONDA
MOL SCI
REUE, K.
BONAVIDA, B.
10
25
30
0.0
SO 2.0
10
30
SU 1.0
SAME AS: MCD BIO CM256
262B
IMMUNOBIO OF CANCER N
495B
TCH-MICRO-HIGHER ED Y
545-336-201 DIS 1A
545-373-200 SEM 1
5303
1601
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
545-792-200 SEM 1
VAR
277-002-200
277-037-200
277-067-200
277-493-200
R
T
T
T
6:00- 8:50A
11:00- 11:50A
9:00- 10:50A
8:00- 10:50A
T
8:00- 10:50A SAC
MILITARY SCIENCE
Z
12
22
132
LEADERSHIP LAB
N
BASIC MIL LEADRSHIP Y
LDRSHP DEV&MIL PLAN Y
OFFICERSHIP&COMMCTNN
142
LEADRSHP&ETHCS&LAW N
LAB
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
1
1
1
SAC
SAC
SAC
BOELTER
120P
B20B
B20B
5422
DE LEMOS, P.E.
MARQUEZ, W.R.
HARVIE, J.S.
ORTIZ, S.N.
80
30
30
30
30
30
30
0.0
SO 2.0
SO 3.0
SO 4.0
120P
MCDERMOTT, M.S.
30
30
SO 4.0
SUN, R.
SUN, R.
RADU, C.G.
0
12
20
30
LG 4.0
0.0
LG 8.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
277-553-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
MOLECULAR AND MEDICAL PHARMACOLOGY
194
CSST PROJECT
N
200
INTRO-LAB RSRCH
N
----------SEM 1
280-864-201 DIS 1A
680-005-200 LAB 1
VAR
VAR
TBA
30
RESTRICT: PHARMACOLOGY MAJORS
M205B
CHEM-BIOL INTERFACE Y
M248
BIOLOGICAL IMAGING
680-031-200 SEM 1
T
1:00- 1:50P
MOL SCI
5241
MAYNARD, H.D.
0
30
SU 2.0
RF
3:00- 4:50P
HLTHSCI
BL420
HADJIOANNOU, A.
6
30
LG 4.0
F
4:00- 4:50P
HLTHSCI
24132
WU, T.
100
30
LG 2.0
TW
2:00- 3:20P
HLTHSCI
BH173
O’DELL, T.J.
30
30
LG 4.0
RF
2:00- 3:50P
HLTHSCI
53105A O’DELL, T.J.
30
30
LG 2.0
W
3:00- 4:50P
HLTHSCI
22096
15
30
LG 4.0
SAME AS: CHEM M205B
N
680-288-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: BIOENGR M248,PBMED M248
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
251
SEM-PHARMACOLOGY
N
M262A
MOL MEC HU DIS II
N
680-306-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: PHARMACOLOGY MAJORS
680-372-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: MC&IP M262A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M262B
SEM MOL MECH HU DIS Y
291
SPECIAL TOPICS
680-373-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: MC&IP M262B
N
680-584-200 LEC
1
HERSCHMAN, H.R.
RESTRICT: PHARMACOLOGY MAJORS
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
148 / MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
F
T
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 3:00P
BIO SCI
BIO SCI
383
301
KURDISTANI, S.K.
KRAKOW, D.
20
10
30
30
LG 1.0
LG 3.0
401
ZIPURSKY, S.L.
10
6303
PAJUKANTA, P.E.
10
2335
PAJUKANTA, P.E.
10
301
PYLE, A.D.
10
501
THE STAFF
10
1601
BRADLEY, P.J.
10
401
BRADLEY, P.J.
10
UNITS
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
252
254C
WRITING FOR SCIENCE N
CNCPTS-MOLEC BIOSCI N
679-312-200 SEM 1
----------LEC 1
RESTRICT: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
Molecular Biology 254C, lecture 1: Unraveling Developmental Pathways from Fly Genetics to Human Disease
679-326-201 DIS
1A
MR
11:30- 1:30P
BIO SCI
0.0
RESTRICT: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
-----------
LEC
2
T
1:00- 3:00P
GONDA
30
LG 3.0
RESTRICT: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
Molecular Biology 254C, lecture 2: Human Genetics
679-326-211 DIS
2A
MR
11:30- 1:30P
LS
0.0
RESTRICT: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
254D
CNCPTS-MOLEC BIOSCI N
-----------
LEC
1
TF
10:00- 12:00P BIO SCI
30
LG 3.0
RESTRICT: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
Molecular Biology 254D, lecture 1: Biology and Promise of Pluripotent Stem Cells
679-327-201 DIS
1A
MR
11:30- 1:30P
BIO SCI
0.0
RESTRICT: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
-----------
LEC
2
TF
10:00- 12:00P MOL SCI
30
LG 3.0
RESTRICT: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
Molecular Biology 254D, lecture 2:
679-327-211 DIS
2A
MR
11:30- 1:30P
BIO SCI
0.0
RESTRICT: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
255
SCIENTIFIC WRITING
N
-----------
LEC
1
W
9:00- 10:50A BOYER
130
IRUELA-ARISPE, L.M
16
130
IRUELA-ARISPE, L.M
16
30
LG 3.0
RESTRICT: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
679-330-201 DIS
1A
W
11:00- 11:50A BOYER
0.0
RESTRICT: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
MOLECULAR TOXICOLOGY
211B
MOLECLR TOXCLGY SEMN
678-067-200 SEM 1
M
12:00- 12:50P PUB HLT
61269
SCHIESTL, R.H.
20
30
1.0
W
5:00- 6:50P
PUB HLT
61262
COLLINS, M.D.
0
30
SO 2.0
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 3:00P
9:30- 10:45A
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
2:00- 3:15P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
10:00- 10:50A
GEOLOGY 4660
WGYOUNG
ROYCE
190
MS
5217
MS
5217
MS
5217
MS
5217
MS
5217
MS
5217
HAINES
A2
MS
5217
MS
5217
MS
5217
MS
5217
MS
5217
MS
5217
LAKRETZ 120
THE STAFF
0
0
117
18
18
18
18
18
18
117
20
20
20
20
20
20
32
09
LG 5.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
1:00- 4:50P
WGYOUNG 3337
16
0.0
1:00- 4:50P
WGYOUNG 3337
16
0.0
9:30- 10:45A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
4:00- 4:50P
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
11:00- 12:15P
HAINES
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
MS
BOTANY
9:00- 9:50A
LAKRETZ 100
15
0.0
2:00- 2:50P
LAKRETZ 101
15
0.0
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:20P
4:30- 5:20P
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
BOTANY
MS
MS
MS
MS
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M242
TOXICODYNAMICS
N
678-252-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: ENV HLT M242
MOLECULAR, CELL, AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
30H
GENTIC, MOL BIO LAB
N
50
STEM CELL BIO&PLTCS N
60
BIOMEDICAL ETHICS
104AL
DEVELOPMNTL BIO LAB Y
N
----------269-091-201
----------269-151-201
269-151-202
269-151-203
269-151-204
269-151-205
269-151-206
----------269-180-201
269-180-202
269-180-203
269-180-204
269-180-205
269-180-206
Y -----------
LEC
LAB
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1
1A
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
W
TR
MW
M
M
M
R
R
R
MW
T
T
T
R
R
R
$ 110 MW
CVRKEL, T.T.
CVRKEL, T.T.
LEE, P.
30
30
03
RESTRICT: MCD BIOLOGY DEPT MAJORS ONLY
Y 269-325-201 LAB
1A
MW
RESTRICT: MCD BIOLOGY DEPT MAJORS ONLY
Y 269-325-202 LAB
1B
TR
RESTRICT: MCD BIOLOGY DEPT MAJORS ONLY
138
DEVELOPMENTAL BIOL
Y
M140
CELL BIO-CELL CYCLE
Y
----------269-528-201
269-528-202
269-528-203
269-528-204
269-528-205
269-528-206
-----------
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
TR
T
T
T
W
W
W
TR
A18
5217
5217
5217
5217
5217
5217
325
LIN, S.
COLICELLI, J.J.
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
12
13
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
SAME AS: BIOL CH M140
RESTRICT: MCD BIOLOGY DEPT MAJORS ONLY
269-540-201 DIS
1A
R
RESTRICT: MCD BIOLOGY DEPT MAJORS ONLY
269-540-202 DIS
1B
R
RESTRICT: MCD BIOLOGY DEPT MAJORS ONLY
144
CELL PRCS&EXP APLCT Y
----------269-565-201
269-565-202
269-565-203
269-565-204
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
TR
T
T
R
R
325
5233
5233
5217
5217
CLARK, A.T.
80
20
20
20
20
15
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
For Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology 150AL, attendance at the first laboratory meeting is MANDATORY. If you are NOT present, your space will be reassigned, and you MUST drop the
class through MyUCLA.
150AL
PLANT-MICROBE LAB
CM156
HUM GEN & GENOMICS Y
Y
269-603-200 LAB
1
1:00- 3:50P
WGYOUNG 3370
HIRSCH, A.M.
24
30
LG 5.0
1
$ 110 T
MWF
8:00- 8:50A
HUMANTS A51
MERRIAM, J.R.
90
01
LG 5.0
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1A
1B
1C
W
W
W
R
R
R
TBA
W
W
W
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
MS
MS
MS
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
-----------
LEC
SAME AS: MIMG CM156
165A
BIOLOGY OF CELLS
Y
269-636-201
269-636-202
269-636-203
269-636-204
269-636-205
269-636-206
----------269-691-201
269-691-202
269-691-203
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
4660
4660
4660
5225
5225
5225
LEE, P.
8:00- 8:50A MS
9:00- 9:50A MS
10:00- 10:50A MS
5233
5233
5233
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
15
15
15
15
15
15
180
20
20
20
20
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Winter 2016
MOLECULAR, CELLULAR, AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY / 149
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
M175B
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
MOLEC&DVLP NEUROSCIY
269-691-204
269-691-205
269-691-206
269-691-207
269-691-208
269-691-209
-----------
CLS
TYP
SEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
W
W
W
R
R
R
TR
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
8:00- 9:50A
MS
5233
MS
5233
MS
5233
MS
5233
MS
5233
MS
5233
WGYOUNG CS24
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
SCHWEIZER, F.E.
20
20
20
20
20
20
18
11
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
COHN, D.H.
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
16
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 2.0
PELLEGRINI, M.
25
30
LG 5.0
0
12
30
30
LG 1.0
SO 2.0
UNITS
SAME AS: NEUROSC M101B,PHYSCI M180B,PSYCH M117B
180A
SCI ANLYS COMM I
Y
269-751-201
269-751-202
269-751-203
269-751-204
269-751-205
269-751-206
269-751-207
269-751-208
269-781-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
M
8:00- 9:20A
9:30- 10:50A
11:00- 12:20P
12:30- 1:50P
8:00- 9:20A
9:30- 10:50A
11:00- 12:20P
12:30- 1:50P
2:00- 3:50P
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
LAKRETZ
120
120
120
120
4660
4660
4660
4660
100
TR
12:30- 1:45P
GEOLOGY 4660
WF
9:00- 11:50A WGYOUNG 4336
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
187AL
GENOMIC BIOLOGY LAB Y
-----------
LEC
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
269-820-201 LAB
1A
25
0.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
188SB
191
INDIV STD FOR USIE
VAR TOPICS-MCD BIO
Y
N
269-830-201 TUT 1
269-847-201 SEM 1
VAR
M
12:00- 1:50P
LS
3326
ROMERO, R.
LAKE, J.A.
3:00- 4:50P
LS
3326
LAKE, J.A.
10
30
SO 2.0
UNSCHED
LEE, P.
10
30
SO 4.0
UNSCHED
SIMMONS, D.D.
20
30
SO 2.0
MTWRF 12:00- 12:50P WGYOUNG 4216
YEATES, T.O.
5
05
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: MCD BIOLOGY DEPT MAJORS ONLY
Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology 191, seminar 1:
269-847-202 SEM 2
M
RESTRICT: MCD BIOLOGY DEPT MAJORS ONLY
Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology 191, seminar 2:
192A
UNDERGRAD PRACTICUMN
192B
PRACTICUM-CITYLAB
269-852-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
N
269-853-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
M230B
STRCTURL MOLEC BIOL N
669-181-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: CHEM M230B
RESTRICT: BIOLOGY, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR GENETICS, BIOCHEMISTRY, CHEMISTRY, MCD BIOLOGY, MOLECULAR, CELLULAR, AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY, OR HUMAN GENETICS GRADUATE STUDENT
M230D
STRL MOLEC BIOL LAB
N
669-183-200 LAB
1
TBA
YEATES, T.O.
5
30
SO 2.0
SAME AS: CHEM M230D
CM256
HUM GEN & GENOMICS N
-----------
LEC
1
MWF
8:00- 8:50A
HUMANTS A51
MERRIAM, J.R.
5
01
LG 5.0
F
MW
1:00- 2:50P
5:00- 6:50P
GONDA
5303
LAKRETZ 120
REUE, K.
CHANG, J.
5
25
30
0.0
SU 2.0
YANG, X.
O’DELL, T.J.
20
35
30
30
LG 3.0
LG 4.0
SAME AS: MIMG CM256
495
TCH MCD BIO-HGHR ED N
669-636-201 DIS 1A
669-790-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
MOLECULAR, CELLULAR, AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
251
M262A
COMPLEX DISEASES
MOL MEC HU DIS II
N
N
677-306-200 SEM 1
677-372-200 LEC 1
F
TW
9:00- 10:50A LS
2:00- 3:20P HLTHSCI
3326
BH173
RF
2:00- 3:50P
53105A O’DELL, T.J.
SAME AS: M PHARM M262A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M262B
SEM MOL MECH HU DIS N
290B
BIOPHYSICS
677-373-200 SEM 1
HLTHSCI
35
30
LG 2.0
WEISS, S.
5
30
LG 4.0
BECKER, S.R.
BECKER, S.R.
20
10
30
30
SO 4.0
SU 2.0-8.0
SAME AS: M PHARM M262B
N
677-541-201 TUT
1
UNSCHED
RESTRICT: MC&IP MAJORS
MOVING IMAGE ARCHIVE STUDIES
240
498
ARCHIVAL ADMIN
N
DIRECTED PRACTICUM N
713-241-200 SEM 1
713-796-200 TUT 1
M
TBA
5:30- 9:00P
GSEIS
245
RESTRICT: MOVING IMAGE ARCHIVE STUDIES MAJORS
MUSIC
Music C90A thru M90T are open to all students regardless of major; some restrictions may apply. Music 60A-65. Undergraduate Instruction in Performance—Music majors ONLY. Music C90A-90N.
Performance Organizations—Audition REQUIRED. Music 160A-165. Undergraduate Instruction in Performance for the Performance Specialist—Music majors ONLY. Music 460A-475. Graduate Instruction in Performance—M.M. and D.M.A. students ONLY.
M10B
HIST&CLTR&CREATIVTY Y
-----------
LEC
1
MWF
10:00- 10:50A SMB
1325
CARLSON, M.C.
60
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MW
T
T
F
R
R
F
F
TR
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 12:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
9:00- 10:50A
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
1439
1100
1354
1354
1402
1354
1354
1354
1354
1420
RUTENBERG, P.
KRYKA, J.J.
10
10
10
10
10
10
245
35
36
35
35
35
35
35
30
TR
9:00- 10:50A SMB
1440
MEITES, N.G.
30
TR
9:00- 10:50A SMB
1402
03
LG 4.0
SAME AS: ETHNOMU M7B,MUS HST M10B
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
15
ART OF LISTENING
20B
MUSIC THEORY II
N
Y
281-032-201
281-032-202
281-032-203
281-032-204
281-032-205
281-032-206
----------281-050-201
281-050-202
281-050-203
281-050-204
281-050-205
281-050-206
281-050-207
281-065-201
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1
1420
12
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 3.0
12
SO 3.0
04
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-065-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-065-203 LEC
3
OBA, H.M.
35
12
SO 3.0
VAR
POGOSSIAN, M.
12
30
SO 2.0
VAR
SUTRE, G.B.
12
30
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
60AW
VIOLIN
N
281-093-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-093-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
150 / MUSIC
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
281-093-202 STU 3
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
VAR
FLANAGAN LYSY, M.M
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
O’NEILL, R.M.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
LYSY, A.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
HANULIK, C.
5
30
SO 2.0
VAR
NEILL, L.A.
8
30
SO 2.0
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
UNITS
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
60BW
VIOLA
N
281-096-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
60CW
CELLO
N
60DW
STRING BASS
N
281-099-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-102-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
60EW
HARP
N
281-105-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
60FW
CLASSICAL GUITAR
N
61AW
FLUTE
N
61BW
OBOE
N
61CW
CLARINET
N
61DW
BASSOON
N
281-108-200 STU 1
YATES, P.F.
5
30
SO 2.0
VAR
R
12:00- 6:50P
SMB
1818
STOKES, S.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
DAVIS, J.D.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
GRAY, G.G.
15
30
SO 2.0
VAR
STEINMETZ, J.A.
10
30
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-123-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-126-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-129-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-132-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
61EW
SAXOPHONE
N
62AW
TRUMPET
N
62BW
FRENCH HORN
N
281-135-200 STU 1
VAR
MASEK, D.H.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
LINDEMANN, J.H.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
SANCHEZ, A.M.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
MILLER, J.T.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
FOARD, A.D.
7
30
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-142-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-145-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
62CW
TROMBONE
N
62DW
TUBA
N
281-148-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-151-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
63W
PERCUSSION
N
281-155-200 STU 1
VAR
CARROLL, R.O.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
DIMOND, T.A.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
FALIKS, I.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
CHENG, G.C.
2
30
SO 2.0
VAR
PONCE, W.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
FALIKS, I.
15
30
SO 2.0
VAR
BULL, C.
5
30
SO 2.0
VAR
GONDEK, J.K.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
DEAN, M.E.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
CHERNOV, V.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
KROUSE, I.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
LEFKOWITZ, D.S.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
CARLSON, M.C.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
BROUGHTON, B.H.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
DANIELPOUR, R.D.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
GOLUB, P.R.
8
30
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-155-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
64AW
PIANO
N
281-161-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-161-203 STU 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-161-204 STU 4
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-161-205 STU 5
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
64BW
ORGAN
N
65W
VOICE
N
281-164-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-173-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-173-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-173-202 STU 3
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
66W
COMPOSITION LESSONS Y
281-207-201 STU 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-207-202 STU 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-207-203 STU 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-207-204 STU 4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-207-205 STU 5
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-207-206 STU 6
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-207-207 STU 7
VAR
SCHNURR, A.A.
8
30
SO 2.0
M
R
3:00- 4:50P
2:00- 4:50P
SMB
SMB
1325
1200
LEIGHTON, L.
KAZARAS, P.D.
100
40
30
30
SO 2.0
SO 2.0
TR
W
T
M
R
3:00- 5:50P
7:00- 9:50P
3:00- 4:50P
3:00- 5:50P
4:00- 5:50P
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
1343
1343
1345
1345
1345
STULBERG, N.H.
STULBERG, N.H.
CROSS, T.J.
CROSS, T.J.
HENDERSON, G.
100
60
100
80
200
30
30
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
TR
9:00- 10:50A SMB
1345
RODRIGUE, J.
20
30
LG 2.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C90A
90D
UCLA CHORALE
OPERA WORKSHOP
N
N
C90E
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA N
90F
C90G
90M
SYMPHONIC BAND
N
WIND ENSEMBLE
N
MRCHNG&VARSITY BANDN
90P
ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE N
281-254-200 ACT 1
281-258-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-259-200
281-259-201
281-260-200
281-262-200
281-268-200
ACT
ACT
ACT
ACT
ACT
1
2
1
1
1
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-271-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: MUSIC OR MUSICOLOGY OR ETHNOMUSICOLOGY OR MUSIC HISTORY MAJORS
C90Q
PIANO&KEYBRD ACCOMPN
M90T
EARLY MUSIC ENSMBLE N
281-276-200 ACT 1
M
5:00- 6:50P
SMB
1343
LENT, J.D.
20
30
SO 2.0
T
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1818
LE GUIN, E.C.
10
30
SO 4.0
1
TR
9:00- 10:50A SMB
1421
CHEN-HAFTECK, L.
20
12
LG 4.0
1
TR
1:00- 2:30P
SMB
2646
KROUSE, I.
20
15
LG 3.0
1
MW
1:00- 2:50P
SMB
2646
PHELPS, B.J.
20
30
SO 4.0
CHEN-HAFTECK, L.
20
30
PN 1.0
W
9:00- 10:50A SMB
1343
FLANAGAN LYSY, M.M
20
30
LG 1.0
W
12:00- 1:50P
SMB
1343
FLANAGAN LYSY, M.M
20
30
LG 1.0
MW
1:00- 2:50P
SMB
1345
MASEK, D.H.
15
06
LG 2.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-292-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
100B
CHORAL MUSIC
Y
281-306-200 LEC
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
104B
TOPICS-COUNTERPOINT Y
106B
ORCHESTRATION II
281-305-200 LEC
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
Y
281-325-200 DIS
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
112
FIELD EXPR-MUSIC ED
N
114A
HIGH STRINGS
Y
281-360-200 FLD
1
UNSCHED
RESTRICT: MUSIC OR EDUCATION MAJORS
281-419-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC OR EDUCATION MAJORS
114B
LOW STRINGS
Y
281-420-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC OR EDUCATION MAJORS
115A
WOODWINDS
N
281-359-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC OR EDUCATION MAJORS
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
MUSIC / 151
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
120B
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
MUSIC THEORY V
Y
-----------
CLS
TYP
SEC
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
LEC
1
11:00- 12:50P SMB
1420
CARLSON, M.C.
36
13
SO 4.0
MW
MW
MW
11:00- 12:50P SMB
11:00- 12:50P SMB
11:00- 12:50P SMB
1420
1354
1440
CHEN, H.
RYAN, E.M.
KRYKA, J.J.
18
18
36
04
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
2A
2B
1
TR
TR
MW
11:00- 12:50P SMB
11:00- 12:50P SMB
9:00- 10:50A SMB
1440
1354
1344
KLEIN, Z.A.
SAULLE, J.H.
WINTER, R.S.
18
18
65
02
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
1A
F
10:00- 10:50A SMB
1344
KOCH, J.D.
32
0.0
1B
F
10:00- 10:50A SMB
1402
KEELAGHAN, N.A.
33
0.0
VAR
POGOSSIAN, M.
12
TBA
SUTRE, G.B.
12
30
SO 2.0
VAR
FLANAGAN LYSY, M.M
3
30
SO 2.0
VAR
O’NEILL, R.M.
5
30
SO 2.0
VAR
LYSY, A.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
HANULIK, C.
5
30
SO 2.0
VAR
NEILL, L.A.
5
30
SO 2.0
VAR
YATES, P.F.
5
30
SO 2.0
VAR
STOKES, S.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
DAVIS, J.D.
5
30
SO 2.0
VAR
GRAY, G.G.
15
30
SO 2.0
VAR
STEINMETZ, J.A.
5
30
SO 2.0
VAR
MASEK, D.H.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
LINDEMANN, J.H.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
SANCHEZ, A.M.
5
30
SO 2.0
VAR
MILLER, J.T.
7
30
SO 2.0
VAR
FOARD, A.D.
5
30
SO 2.0
VAR
CARROLL, R.O.
7
30
SO 2.0
VAR
DIMOND, T.A.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
FLICKINGER, K.L.
2
30
SO 2.0
VAR
PONCE, W.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
FALIKS, I.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
BULL, C.
5
30
SO 2.0
VAR
GONDEK, J.K.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
DEAN, M.E.
15
30
SO 2.0
FEE
DAYS
TIME
TR
BUILDING
UNITS
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-384-201 DIS
281-384-202 DIS
----------LEC
1A
1B
2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
140B
WSTRN MSC 1700-1890
Y
281-384-211 DIS
281-384-212 DIS
----------LEC
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-475-201 DIS
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-475-202 DIS
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
160AW
ADVANCED VIOLIN
N
281-543-200 STU 1
30
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-543-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-543-202 STU 3
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
160BW
ADVANCED VIOLA
N
281-547-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
160CW
ADVANCED CELLO
N
160DW
ADV STRING BASS
N
160EW
ADVANCED HARP
N
160FW
ADV CLASSICL GUITAR
N
281-551-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-555-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-559-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-563-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
161AW
ADVANCED FLUTE
N
281-578-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
161BW
ADVANCED OBOE
N
161CW
ADVANCED CLARINET
N
161DW
ADVANCED BASSOON
N
281-584-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-590-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-596-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
161EW
ADVANCED SAXOPHONE N
162AW
ADVANCED TRUMPET
281-602-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
N
281-614-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
162BW
ADV FRENCH HORN
162CW
ADVANCED TROMBONE N
N
281-617-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-620-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
162DW
ADVANCED TUBA
N
281-623-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
163W
ADVANCED PERCUSSIONN
281-632-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-632-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-632-202 STU 3
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
164AW
ADVANCED PIANO
N
281-646-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-646-203 STU 3
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
164BW
ADVANCED ORGAN
N
165W
ADVANCED VOICE
N
281-652-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-665-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-665-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-665-202 STU 3
VAR
CHERNOV, V.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
KROUSE, I.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
LEFKOWITZ, D.S.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
CARLSON, M.C.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
BROUGHTON, B.H.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
DANIELPOUR, R.D.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
GOLUB, P.R.
8
30
SO 2.0
VAR
SCHNURR, A.A.
8
30
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
166W
ADV COMP LESSONS
Y
281-671-201 STU 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-671-202 STU 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-671-203 STU 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-671-204 STU 4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-671-205 STU 5
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-671-206 STU 6
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-671-207 STU 7
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C167
TOPICS-KEYBOARD LIT Y
281-675-200 LEC
1
R
5:15- 8:15P
SMB
1200
PONCE, W.
10
30
SO 2.0
2
R
5:15- 8:15P
SMB
1200
FALIKS, I.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
POGOSSIAN, M.
15
30
SO 2.0
VAR
O’NEILL, R.M.
15
30
SO 2.0
VAR
LYSY, A.
15
30
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
281-675-202 LEC
RESTRICT: MUSIC MAJORS
C175
CHAMBER ENSEMBLES N
281-757-201 ACT 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 1:
281-757-202 ACT 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 2:
281-757-203 ACT 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 3:
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
152 / MUSIC
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
281-757-204 ACT 4
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
VAR
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
YATES, P.F.
15
30
SO 2.0
GRAY, G.G.
30
30
SO 2.0
GRAY, G.G.
30
30
SO 2.0
LINDEMANN, J.H.
15
30
SO 2.0
DIMOND, T.A.
15
30
SO 2.0
FALIKS, I.
15
30
SO 2.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 4:
281-757-205 ACT 5
T
6:00- 7:50P
T
6:00- 7:50P
M
7:00- 9:50P
M
6:00- 8:50P
SMB
1354
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 5:
281-757-206 ACT 6
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 6:
281-757-207 ACT 7
SMB
1343
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 7:
281-757-208 ACT 8
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 8:
281-757-209 ACT 9
VAR
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 9:
281-757-210 ACT 10
M
4:00- 5:50P
SMB
1818
HANULIK, C.
10
30
SO 2.0
W
1:00- 3:50P
SMB
1402
DEAN, M.E.
15
30
SO 2.0
M
5:15- 6:50P
SMB
1325
LEIGHTON, L.
45
30
SO 2.0
M
1:00- 2:50P
SMB
1343
MILLER, J.T.
15
30
SO 2.0
VAR
MASEK, D.H.
10
30
SO 2.0
VAR
BULL, C.
15
30
SO 2.0
VAR
LINDEMANN, J.H.
15
30
SO 2.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-757-211 ACT 11
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 11:
281-757-212 ACT 12
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-757-214 ACT 14
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 14:
281-757-215 ACT 15
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 15:
281-757-217 ACT 17
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 17:
281-757-218 ACT 18
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Music C175, activity 18:
281-757-222 ACT 22
W
6:00- 7:50P
SMB
1200
SUTRE, G.B.
25
30
SO 2.0
F
VAR
12:00- 2:50P
SMB
1343
CHENG, G.C.
PONCE, W.
20
10
30
30
SO 2.0
SO 2.0
M
3:00- 4:20P
SMB
2646
SCHNURR, A.A.
15
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-757-225 ACT 25
281-757-227 ACT 27
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C176
ELECTRNC MUSIC COMPN
281-786-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C177
GLUCK ENSEMBLES
N
281-762-200 STU 1
VAR
LYSY, A.
10
30
PN 2.0
VAR
STOKES, S.
10
30
PN 2.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-762-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-762-202 STU 3
BURRELL, K.E.
10
30
PN 2.0
VAR
R
6:00- 7:50P
SMB
1439
LINDEMANN, J.H.
10
30
PN 2.0
VAR
MASEK, D.H.
10
30
PN 2.0
VAR
HAK, R.R.
10
30
PN 2.0
VAR
PONCE, W.
10
30
PN 2.0
CHENG, G.C.
17
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-762-203 STU 4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-762-204 STU 5
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-762-205 STU 6
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
281-762-206 STU 7
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
188
SPECIAL COURSES
N
281-830-200 LEC
1
W
3:00- 5:50P
SMB
2646
RESTRICT: MUSIC OR MUSICOLOGY OR ETHNOMUSICOLOGY OR MUSIC HISTORY MAJORS
Music 188, lecture 1:
M201
REPERTORY&ANALYSIS Y
681-007-200 SEM 1
F
1:00- 4:50P
SMB
2646
DANIELPOUR, R.D.
10
30
SU 2.0
T
11:00- 1:50P
SMB
1421
WINTER, R.S.
30
30
LG 4.0
M
3:00- 4:20P
SMB
2646
SCHNURR, A.A.
5
30
SO 4.0
T
3:00- 5:50P
SMB
2646
LEFKOWITZ, D.S.
20
15
SO 4.0
R
10:00- 12:50P SMB
2449
SAME AS: MUSCLGY M201
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
202
ANALYSIS-PERFORMERS N
C226
ELECTRNC MUSIC COMPN
681-024-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-152-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
253
COMPOSITION&THEORY N
681-326-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
261C
PRB PERFORMNC PRACTN
266
GRAD COMP LESSONS
681-377-200 SEM 1
LE GUIN, E.C.
15
30
LG 4.0
VAR
KROUSE, I.
8
30
SO 4.0
VAR
LEFKOWITZ, D.S.
8
30
SO 4.0
VAR
CARLSON, M.C.
8
30
SO 4.0
VAR
BROUGHTON, B.H.
8
30
SO 4.0
VAR
DANIELPOUR, R.D.
8
30
SO 4.0
VAR
GOLUB, P.R.
8
30
SO 4.0
VAR
SCHNURR, A.A.
8
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
681-408-201 STU 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-408-202 STU 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-408-203 STU 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-408-204 STU 4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-408-205 STU 5
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-408-206 STU 6
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-408-207 STU 7
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C267
TOPICS-KEYBOARD LIT Y
681-412-201 LEC
1
R
5:15- 8:15P
SMB
1200
PONCE, W.
5
30
SO 2.0
R
5:15- 8:15P
SMB
1200
FALIKS, I.
5
30
SO 2.0
W
3:00- 5:50P
SMB
2646
CHENG, G.C.
10
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-412-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
292
SPECIAL TOPICS
N
681-552-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC OR MUSICOLOGY OR ETHNOMUSICOLOGY OR MUSIC HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music 292, lecture 1:
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
460A
VIOLIN
MUSIC / 153
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
N
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
681-644-200 STU 1
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
VAR
POGOSSIAN, M.
7
30
LG 6.0
VAR
SUTRE, G.B.
7
30
LG 6.0
VAR
O’NEILL, R.M.
8
30
LG 6.0
VAR
LYSY, A.
5
30
LG 6.0
VAR
HANULIK, C.
5
30
LG 6.0
VAR
VAR
NEILL, L.A.
YATES, P.F.
2
8
30
30
LG 6.0
LG 6.0
VAR
STOKES, S.
5
30
LG 6.0
VAR
DAVIS, J.D.
5
30
LG 6.0
VAR
GRAY, G.G.
5
30
LG 6.0
VAR
STEINMETZ, J.A.
5
30
LG 6.0
VAR
MASEK, D.H.
5
30
LG 6.0
VAR
LINDEMANN, J.H.
6
30
LG 6.0
VAR
SANCHEZ, A.M.
5
30
LG 6.0
VAR
MILLER, J.T.
5
30
LG 6.0
VAR
FOARD, A.D.
5
30
LG 6.0
VAR
CARROLL, R.O.
5
30
LG 6.0
VAR
DIMOND, T.A.
10
30
LG 6.0
VAR
PONCE, W.
10
30
LG 6.0
VAR
FALIKS, I.
7
30
LG 6.0
VAR
BULL, C.
5
30
LG 6.0
TBA
GONDEK, J.K.
15
30
LG 6.0
TBA
DEAN, M.E.
5
30
LG 6.0
TBA
CHERNOV, V.
9
30
LG 6.0
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
UNITS
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-644-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
460B
VIOLA
N
460C
CELLO
N
460D
STRING BASS
N
681-645-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-646-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-647-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
460E
460F
HARP
CLASSICAL GUITAR
N
N
681-648-200 STU 1
681-649-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
461A
FLUTE
N
681-664-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
461B
OBOE
N
461C
CLARINET
N
461D
BASSOON
N
681-665-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-666-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-667-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
461E
SAXOPHONE
N
462A
TRUMPET
N
681-668-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-684-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
462B
FRENCH HORN
N
462C
TROMBONE
N
681-685-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-687-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
462D
TUBA
N
681-688-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
463
PERCUSSION
N
681-702-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-702-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
464A
PIANO
N
681-719-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-719-204 STU 4
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
464B
ORGAN
N
465
VOICE
N
681-736-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-770-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-770-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-770-202 STU 3
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
466
JAZZ
470
OPERA STUDIO-GRADS N
N
472
MASTER CLASS-OPERA N
681-732-200 STU 1
VAR
SHORTER, W.
6
30
LG 6.0
1200
KAZARAS, P.D.
15
30
SO 4.0
110A
KAZARAS, P.D.
15
30
SO 6.0
VAR
CROSS, T.J.
5
30
SO 6.0
VAR
STULBERG, N.H.
5
30
SO 6.0
VAR
LYSY, A.
10
30
SU 2.0
VAR
GRAY, G.G.
10
30
SU 2.0
BURRELL, K.E.
10
30
SU 2.0
VAR
LINDEMANN, J.H.
10
30
SU 2.0
VAR
MASEK, D.H.
10
30
SU 2.0
VAR
HAK, R.R.
10
30
SU 2.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-780-200 LAB
1
T
3:00- 5:50P
SMB
WR
11:00- 12:50P OSTIN
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-782-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
475
MSTR CLASS-CONDCTNGN
681-787-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-787-202 STU 3
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
C477
GLUCK ENSEMBLES
N
681-831-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-831-201 STU 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-831-202 STU 3
R
6:00- 7:50P
SMB
1439
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-831-203 STU 4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-831-204 STU 5
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-831-205 STU 6
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-831-206 STU 7
VAR
PONCE, W.
5
30
SU 2.0
M
TR
3:00- 4:50P
3:00- 5:50P
SMB
SMB
1325
1343
LEIGHTON, L.
STULBERG, N.H.
20
40
30
30
LG 2.0
LG 2.0
W
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1343
STULBERG, N.H.
40
30
LG 2.0
M
3:00- 5:50P
SMB
1345
CROSS, T.J.
40
30
LG 2.0
M
VAR
5:00- 6:50P
SMB
1343
LENT, J.D.
POGOSSIAN, M.
5
6
30
30
LG 2.0
LG 2.0
VAR
O’NEILL, R.M.
8
30
LG 2.0
VAR
LYSY, A.
5
30
LG 2.0
VAR
YATES, P.F.
5
30
LG 2.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C480
C481
UCLA CHORALE
N
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA N
681-790-200 ACT 1
681-791-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-791-201 ACT 2
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
C482
WIND ENSEMBLE
N
681-792-200 ACT 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
C484
C485
PIANO&KEYBRD ACCOMPN
CHAMBER ENSEMBLES N
681-793-200 ACT 1
681-794-201 ACT 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 1:
681-794-202 ACT 2
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 2:
681-794-203 ACT 3
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 3:
681-794-204 ACT 4
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 4:
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
154 / MUSIC INDUSTRY
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
681-794-205 ACT 5
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
T
6:00- 7:50P
SMB
1354
GRAY, G.G.
10
30
LG 2.0
T
6:00- 7:50P
GRAY, G.G.
10
30
LG 2.0
M
7:00- 9:50P
LINDEMANN, J.H.
10
30
LG 2.0
M
6:00- 8:50P
DIMOND, T.A.
15
30
LG 2.0
FALIKS, I.
15
30
LG 2.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 5:
681-794-206 ACT 6
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 6:
681-794-207 ACT 7
SMB
1343
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 7:
681-794-208 ACT 8
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 8:
681-794-209 ACT 9
VAR
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 9:
681-794-210 ACT 10
M
4:00- 5:50P
SMB
1818
HANULIK, C.
10
30
LG 2.0
W
1:00- 3:50P
SMB
1402
DEAN, M.E.
10
30
LG 2.0
M
5:15- 6:50P
SMB
1325
LEIGHTON, L.
30
30
LG 2.0
M
1:00- 2:50P
SMB
1343
MILLER, J.T.
15
30
LG 2.0
VAR
MASEK, D.H.
10
30
LG 2.0
VAR
BULL, C.
5
30
LG 2.0
VAR
LINDEMANN, J.H.
10
30
LG 2.0
VAR
PONCE, W.
10
30
LG 2.0
SUTRE, G.B.
CHENG, G.C.
10
20
30
30
LG 2.0
LG 2.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-794-211 ACT 11
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 11:
681-794-212 ACT 12
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-794-214 ACT 14
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 14:
681-794-215 ACT 15
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 15:
681-794-217 ACT 17
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 17:
681-794-218 ACT 18
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
Music C485, activity 18:
681-794-220 ACT 20
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
681-794-200 ACT 22
681-794-225 ACT 25
VAR
F
12:00- 2:50P
SMB
1343
SHORTER, W.
6
30
LG 2.0
R
1:00- 2:50P
SMB
1345
LEFKOWITZ, D.S.
28
30
SU 2.0
F
TR
2:00- 4:50P
2:00- 3:50P
SMB
OSTIN
2449
B105
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
10
12
30
30
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
486
JAZZ ENSEMBLE
N
495
INTRO PRACTICUM
N
681-772-200 STU 1
VAR
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
681-800-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: MUSIC GRADUATE STUDENTS
MUSIC INDUSTRY
101
107A
MUSIC INDS&TECH&SCI N
AUDIO TECHNOLOGY I N
109
DOCS THAT ROCK
403-306-200 SEM 1
403-343-200 STU 1
RESTRICT: ETHNOMUSICOLOGY, MUSIC, OR MUSIC HISTORY MAJORS
N
403-354-200 SEM 1
M
3:00- 5:50P
SMB
1420
THE STAFF
15
30
SO 4.0
N
----------278-021-201
278-021-202
278-021-203
278-021-204
278-021-205
278-021-206
278-021-207
278-021-208
278-021-209
278-021-210
278-021-211
278-021-212
-----------
TR
F
F
F
F
F
F
R
R
F
F
F
F
MWF
9:00- 10:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
10:00- 10:50A
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
1100
1440
1440
1440
1440
1440
1440
1421
1421
1343
1343
1421
1421
1325
RAULERSON, G.H.
300
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
12
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
MUSICOLOGY
Music History
7
M10B
FILM AND MUSIC
HIST&CLTR&CREATIVTY N
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1
GRAHAM, P.
GRAHAM, P.
BROWN, S.L.
BROWN, S.L.
STEINGOLD, M.L.
STEINGOLD, M.L.
ROSTOSKY, A.C.
ROSTOSKY, A.C.
CARLSON, M.C.
03
SAME AS: ETHNOMU M7B,MUSIC M10B
RESTRICT: MUSIC OR MUSICOLOGY OR ETHNOMUSICOLOGY OR MUSIC HISTORY MAJORS
13
PUNK-HIST&SUBCULTUR N
61
MUSIC-LOS ANGELES
CM90T
98T
125B
EARLY MUSIC ENSMBLE N
WMN&AGING&POP MUSICN
HIST&CLTR 1500-1700
N
N
278-032-201
278-032-202
278-032-203
278-032-204
278-032-205
278-032-206
----------278-040-201
278-040-202
278-040-203
278-040-204
----------278-183-201
278-183-202
278-270-201
278-292-200
-----------
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
ACT
SEM
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
1A
1B
1
1
1
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MW
F
F
F
F
MW
R
R
T
TBA
TR
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
10:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
HAINES
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
11:00- 12:50P SMB
R
1:00- 1:50P
R
2:00- 2:50P
1439
1439
SCHWARTZ, J.A.
DIAZ, A.R.
DIAZ, A.R.
GOWER, G.L.
GOWER, G.L.
LEVITZ, T.J.
GARCIA SUDO, A.
GARCIA SUDO, A.
LE GUIN, E.C.
NAIMAN, T.H.
BLOECHL, O.A.
5
5
5
5
5
5
120
30
30
30
30
60
30
30
10
15
70
SMB
1354
WOOLSEY, M.F.
35
0.0
SMB
1354
WOOLSEY, M.F.
35
0.0
1420
A18
1344
1344
1344
1344
1439
1421
1421
1818
03
SO
04
SO
30
30
13
SO
LG
LG
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
5.0
5.0
RESTRICT: MUSIC HISTORY MAJORS
278-451-201 DIS
1A
RESTRICT: MUSIC HISTORY MAJORS
278-451-202 DIS
1B
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
NAVAL SCIENCE / 155
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
M137
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
LGBTQ POP MUSIC
N
-----------
CLS
TYP
SEC
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
LEC
1200
MORRIS, M.B.
120
04
LG 5.0
1344
RAULERSON, G.H.
KNAPP, R.L.
KNAPP, R.L.
LEVITZ, T.J.
15
15
15
15
15
1
1
15
16
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
LG
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
1.0
1.0
4.0
SMB
1402
LE GUIN, E.C.
20
30
LG 4.0
2:00- 4:50P
SMB
2449
BLOECHL, O.A.
10
30
LG 6.0
F
1:00- 4:50P
SMB
2646
DANIELPOUR, R.D.
5
30
SU 2.0
W
M
R
2:00- 4:50P SMB
2:00- 4:50P SMB
10:00- 12:50P SMB
2449
2449
2449
T
7:00- 9:50P
SMB
1818
UPTON, E.R.
KNAPP, R.L.
LE GUIN, E.C.
BLOECHL, O.A.
LE GUIN, E.C.
15
15
10
15
10
30
30
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
SU
SO
T
MW
6:30- 8:50A
3:00- 4:50P
HAINES
SAC
A18
B20B
BANDA, R.D.
BRUSTUEN, B.E.
75
23
08
0.0
SO 3.0
MW
1:00- 2:50P
SAC
B20B
SMITH, M.B.
20
06
LG 4.0
MW
10:00- 11:50A SAC
B20B
ANTOLIN, J.T.
25
03
SO 4.0
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
TR
R
R
TBA
TBA
11:00- 12:15P HUMANTS A51
1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5273
1:00- 1:50P BOELTER 5422
SMOAK, J.D.
200
20
20
20
20
30
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1E
1F
1G
1H
F
F
F
F
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
HUMANTS
MS
HAINES
PUB AFF
A60
5128
110
1323
F
TBA
TR
TBA
TBA
R
TBA
R
R
F
F
F
F
F
F
MW
1:00- 1:50P
HAINES
A20
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
1
MW
11:00- 12:50P SMB
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
1
2
1
R
1:00- 1:50P
R
2:00- 2:50P
F
12:00- 12:50P
F
1:00- 1:50P
R
3:00- 5:50P
UNSCHED
UNSCHED
T
2:00- 4:50P
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
SMB
1440
1440
1420
1420
1354
SMB
T
3:00- 5:50P
T
UNITS
SAME AS: LGBTS M137
177
188SB
TOPICS-FILM&MUSIC
INDIV STD FOR USIE
N
N
191G
MUSIC-OTHER TOPICS
N
278-522-201
278-522-202
278-522-203
278-522-204
278-762-001
278-831-201
278-831-202
278-852-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
TUT
TUT
SEM
N
278-855-200 SEM 1
Music History 191G, seminar 1:
191T
CAPSTONE SEMINAR
RESTRICT: MUSIC HISTORY MAJORS
Musicology
200B
CRIT&CLTR&SOCL THRY N
682-014-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: MUSICOLOGY MAJORS
M201
REPERTORY&ANALYSIS Y
682-016-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: MUSIC M201
250
255
261
291
C490T
THEORETICAL TOPICS N
HISTORICAL TOPICS
N
PERFORMNCE PRACTICEN
TCHNG WST MUS CANONN
EARLY MUSIC ENSMBLE N
682-302-200
682-330-200
682-373-200
682-538-200
682-780-200
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
ACT
1
1
1
1
1
4.0
4.0
4.0
1.0
4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
NAVAL SCIENCE
Z
20B
LEADERSHIP LAB
N
SEAPOWR&MARITM AFRSN
101B
NAVAL OPS&SEAMANSHPN
102B
NAVAL LDRSHP&MGMT I N
283-003-200 LAB
283-117-200 LEC
1
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
283-307-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
283-316-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
Ancient Near East
10W
JERUSALEM-HOLY CITY Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
----------286-031-201
286-031-202
286-031-203
286-031-204
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
RESTRICT: FRESHMEN ONLY
Y
Y
Y
Y
286-031-205
286-031-206
286-031-207
286-031-208
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
20
20
20
20
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
RESTRICT: FRESHMEN ONLY
12W
15
M50B
Y 286-031-209 DIS 1I
JERUSALEM-HOLY CITY Y Y 286-038-200 SEM 1
WMN&PWR-ANCNT WORLDN
----------LEC 1
286-045-201 DIS 1A
286-045-202 DIS 1B
286-045-203 DIS 1C
286-045-204 DIS 1D
286-045-205 DIS 1E
286-045-206 DIS 1F
286-045-207 DIS 1G
286-045-208 DIS 1H
286-045-209 DIS 1I
286-045-210 DIS 1J
286-045-211 DIS 1K
286-045-212 DIS 1L
JUDSM&CHRISTN&ISLAMN
----------LEC 1
LANFER, P.
20
20
240
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
04
0.0
LG 5.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
WINGERT, M.T.
COLE, E.C.
5
5
5
5
20
60
30
07
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
SO 4.0
2168
3178
3170
3123
3170
3123
78
CARTER, E.F.
10
10
10
10
10
10
25
02
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
PUB AFF
1246
SHAYEGAN, M.R.
20
15
SO 4.0
HAINES
HAINES
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
122
A18
2156
1221A
COLE, E.C.
BURKE, A.A.
WENDRICH, W.Z.
CIFOLA, B.
20
80
5
10
02
07
30
14
SO
SO
SO
SO
DIELEMAN, J.
COONEY, K.M.
10
15
30
30
LG 4.0
SO 4.0
9:30- 10:45A HUMANTS A51
1:00- 1:50P
ROYCE
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
11:00- 12:15P
MS
3915A
WGYOUNG 1044
HUMANTS A26
MS
5128
DODD
78
BUNCHE 2156
BUNCHE 2156
BUNCHE 2156
PUB AFF 2214
THE STAFF
COONEY, K.M.
152
30
12
SAME AS: M E STD M50B,RELIGN M50
98T
M103B
EMRGNCE OF MEDICINE N
ANCIENT EGYPT CIV
N
286-151-201
286-151-202
286-151-203
286-151-204
286-294-200
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
1
R
R
R
R
TBA
MW
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
2156
2156
2156
2156
2:00- 3:15P
HAINES
118
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
F
F
F
F
F
F
MW
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
9:30- 10:45A
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
DODD
1
TR
2:00- 3:15P
MWF
MW
T
TR
9:00- 9:50A
2:00- 3:15P
2:00- 4:50P
12:30- 1:45P
MW
W
3:30- 4:45P PUB AFF 1278
9:00- 11:50A HUMANTS A30
SAME AS: HIST M103B
M104C
BABYLONIANS
N
286-319-201
286-319-202
286-319-203
286-319-204
286-319-205
286-319-206
286-327-200
SAME AS: HIST M104C
M110B
IRANIAN CIVLIZATION
N
286-361-200 LEC
SAME AS: HIST M110B,IRANIAN M110B
120B
162
C165
M185D
ELEM ANCNT EGYPTIAN
ARCHEOL-ANCT ISRAEL
EGYPT ARCHAEOLOGY
RELIGION-ANCT NR EA
Y
N
N
N
211A
220
EGYPT TXTS-GREC-RMN N
SEM-ANCIENT EGYPT
N
286-339-200
286-673-200
286-800-200
286-814-200
LEC
LEC
SEM
LEC
1
1
1
1
5.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SAME AS: HIST M185D,RELIGN M185D
686-088-200 LEC 1
686-101-200 SEM 1
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
156 / NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
221A
230
DEMOTIC
ANC SYRIA/PALESTINE
Y
N
C266
EGYPT ARCHAEOLOGY
N
CLS
TYP
Winter 2016
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
9:30- 10:45A HUMANTS A30
3:30- 6:20P ROLFE
3115
DIELEMAN, J.
BURKE, A.A.
10
15
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
T
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
2156
WENDRICH, W.Z.
15
30
SO 4.0
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
TBA
MWF
MW
9:00- 10:50A
11:00- 12:50P
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:50P
11:00- 12:50P
2:00- 3:50P
HAINES
HAINES
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
HAINES
ROLFE
A6
A6
1256
1323
A78
3116
AHMAD, A.M.
AHMAD, A.M.
2:00- 2:50P
12:30- 1:45P
BUNCHE
HAINES
1221A
A18
HAMZA, A.T.
THE STAFF
SAYEED, A.
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
02
04
07
07
13
15
30
07
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
W
W
W
R
TBA
R
TR
MW
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
10:00- 10:50A
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
LAKRETZ
2156
2156
2156
101
12:00- 12:50P MS
2:00- 3:50P BUNCHE
11:00- 12:15P ROYCE
5233
2160
154
HAMZA, A.T.
SLYOMOVICS, S.E.
5
5
5
5
5
5
20
15
30
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
687-106-200 SEM 1
W
3:00- 5:50P
HUMANTS A30
SAYEED, A.
7
30
SO 4.0
288-318-200
288-338-200
288-369-200
288-372-200
288-375-200
288-828-200
688-181-200
688-187-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TR
TR
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
8:30- 10:50A
11:00- 1:20P
10:00- 11:50A
4:00- 6:20P
12:00- 1:50P
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 3:15P
11:00- 12:15P
HAINES
ROYCE
PUB AFF
HAINES
HUMANTS
ROLFE
HUMANTS
KAUFMAN
A78
166
2238
A24
A30
3116
A30
136
KOULOUJIAN, H.
KOULOUJIAN, H.
KESHISHIAN, A.
KESHISHIAN, A.
KESHISHIAN, A.
THE STAFF
COWE, P.S.
COWE, P.S.
15
15
25
25
15
25
10
10
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
13
SO
SO
SO
SO
LG
SO
LG
LG
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
290-006-200
290-006-201
290-397-200
290-447-200
290-361-200
290-692-200
690-111-200
690-240-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
SEM
LEC
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
MTWRF 11:00- 11:50A
MTWRF 12:00- 12:50P
MTWRF 10:00- 10:50A
TR
9:30- 10:45A
TR
2:00- 3:15P
TR
9:30- 10:45A
T
2:00- 4:50P
TR
9:30- 10:45A
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
ROYCE
PUB AFF
ROYCE
HUMANTS
ROYCE
2156
2156
2156
164
1264
164
380
164
EZER, N.
EZER, N.
EZER, N.
HAKAK, L.
SMOAK, J.D.
HAKAK, L.
SCHNIEDEWIND, W.M.
HAKAK, L.
25
25
25
25
25
10
10
10
04
05
30
30
15
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
LG
SO
LG
5.0
5.0
5.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
291-002-200
291-062-200
291-062-201
291-340-200
291-331-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
1
2
1
1
M
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
9:00- 10:50A
8:00- 9:50A
12:00- 3:50P
12:00- 3:50P
11:00- 11:50A
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
3117
2178
3143
3153
2232
POURZANGIABADI, B.
HAGIGI, L.E.
HAGIGI, L.E.
HAGIGI, L.E.
SAIEDI, N.
25
25
25
25
40
30
30
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
5.0
6.0
6.0
5.0
4.0
1
TR
2:00- 3:15P
PUB AFF
1246
SHAYEGAN, M.R.
30
15
SO 4.0
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
TR
W
686-396-200 SEM 1
287-015-201
287-015-202
287-015-203
287-015-204
287-324-200
287-324-201
287-343-200
287-330-200
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686-107-200 LEC 1
686-180-200 SEM 1
BUILDING
ROOM
UNITS
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Arabic
1B
ELEMNTRY STD ARABIC Y
102B
INTERMED STD ARABIC Y
103B
105
M107
ADVANCED ARABIC
Y
QURANC&ISLAMC ARABCY
ISLAM IN WEST
N
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
1
1
AHMAD, A.M.
HAMZA, A.T.
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
SAME AS: ISLM ST M107,RELIGN M107
112B
M155
ADV SPK EGYPT ARAB
LIT-ISLAMIC SPAIN
N
N
287-341-201
287-341-202
287-341-203
287-341-204
287-341-205
287-341-206
287-382-200
287-630-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1
SAME AS: COM LIT M119
220
SEM-ISLAMIC TEXTS
N
Armenian
101B
102B
104B
105B
106B
188
230B
231B
ELEM WSTRN ARMENIANN
INTRMD WST ARMENIAN N
ELEM MOD EAST ARMEN N
INTR MOD EAST ARMEN N
ARMEN SOCIETY&CLTR Y
VARIABLE TOPICS
N
ELEM CLSCL ARMENIAN N
INTR CLSCL ARMENIAN N
Hebrew
1B
ELEMENTARY HEBREW
Y
102B
103B
110B
C140
220
C240
INTERMEDIATE HEBREW Y
ADVANCED HEBREW
Y
BIBLICL PROSE TEXTS Y
MOD HEBREW POET&PROY
STD-HEBR BIBLCL LIT
N
MOD HEBREW POET&PROY
Iranian
1B
20B
ELEMENTARY PERSIAN Y
ACCLRT ELEM PERSIAN Y
102B
M105B
INTRMEDIATE PERSIAN
BAHA’I FAITH - IRAN
Y
N
M110B
IRANIAN CIVLIZATION
N
SAME AS: RELIGN M105B
291-363-200 LEC
SAME AS: AN N EA M110B,HIST M110B
120
141
187
6 MAJOR PERSN POETS N
PERSN ANLYTCL PROSE Y
TOPICS-IRANIAN STDS N
291-460-200 LEC
291-589-200 LEC
291-822-200 LEC
1
1
1
TR
TR
MWF
9:30- 10:45A HAINES
110
3:30- 4:45P HUMANTS A30
12:00- 12:50P HUMANTS A26
INGENITO, D.
INGENITO, D.
SHAYEGAN, M.R.
15
15
25
30
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
291-822-201 LEC
691-123-200 LEC
2
1
MW
MW
3:30- 4:45P
3:45- 5:00P
PIRNAZAR, N.
WATKINS, S.J.
20
0
08
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
1
TR
11:00- 12:15P HUMANTS A30
SHAYEGAN, M.R.
10
30
SO 4.0
1
MW
12:30- 1:45P
HAINES
A18
SAYEED, A.
60
30
SO 5.0
W
W
W
R
TBA
R
TR
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
10:00- 10:50A
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
LAKRETZ
2156
2156
2156
101
BURKE, K.S.
10
10
10
10
10
10
50
13
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
Iranian 187, lecture 1:
M222B
VEDIC
N
M230B
OLD IRANIAN
N
HUMANTS 169
DODD
232
SAME AS: I E STD M222B,S ASIAN M222B
691-204-200 LEC
SAME AS: I E STD M230B
Islamic Studies
M107
ISLAM IN WEST
N
-----------
LEC
SAME AS: ARABIC M107,RELIGN M107
M111
ISLAMIC ARCHAEOLOGY N
234-342-201
234-342-202
234-342-203
234-342-204
234-342-205
234-342-206
234-366-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
12:00- 12:50P MS
11:00- 12:15P DODD
5233
175
SAME AS: ART HIS M119C,M E STD M111
Jewish Studies
M144
ZIONISM-JEWSH STATE N
M150A
BIBLE AND APOCRYPHA N
293-565-200 LEC
1
TBA
THE STAFF
40
20
SO 4.0
1
MW
2:00- 3:15P
HAINES
A25
SMOAK, J.D.
40
30
SO 4.0
1
MW
2:00- 3:15P
ROYCE
164
THE STAFF
20
07
SO 4.0
2238
SAME AS: M E STD M144
293-602-200 LEC
SAME AS: COM LIT M101
M155
MYSTC&MAGC&KABBALAHN
293-641-200 LEC
SAME AS: RELIGN M155
177
VARIABLE TOPICS
N
293-772-200 LEC
1
M
2:00- 4:50P
PUB AFF
THE STAFF
45
08
SO 4.0
293-772-201 LEC
2
MW
3:30- 4:45P
HUMANTS 169
PIRNAZAR, N.
10
08
SO 4.0
293-791-200 LEC
1
M
2:00- 4:50P
PUB AFF
LUCE, C.E.
10
30
SO 4.0
Jewish 177, lecture 1:
Jewish 177, lecture 2:
M181SL JEWS IN LOS ANGELES
N
2319
SAME AS: HIST M181SL
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
NEUROBIOLOGY / 157
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
M187
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
HOLOCAUST IN LIT
N
CLS
TYP
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
1
MW
2:00- 3:15P
BUNCHE
3123
BAND, A.J.
10
30
SO 4.0
1
MW
11:00- 12:15P PUB AFF
2214
LANFER, P.
40
04
LG 5.0
R
R
R
R
TR
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
11:00- 12:15P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
DODD
2156
2156
2156
2156
175
BURKE, K.S.
10
10
10
10
20
13
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
THE STAFF
20
20
SO 4.0
T
2:00- 4:50P
KNSY PV
1240B
BAKHOS, C.A.
20
30
SO 4.0
1
1
1
1
TR
TR
T
MW
2:00- 3:15P
12:30- 1:45P
4:00- 6:50P
2:00- 3:15P
HAINES
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
ROLFE
A78
2292
1265
3115
SABAR, Y.
ENGLUND, R.K.
ENGLUND, R.K.
SABAR, Y.
15
15
15
15
15
14
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
296-308-200 LEC
296-319-200 LEC
296-319-299 LEC
1
1
10
MTW
TBA
M
12:00- 1:50P
BUNCHE
3157
LORENZ, B.
LORENZ, B.
10:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
2121
25
25
0
30
30
00
SO 5.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
107-714-200 LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:15P
FRANK JR, R.G.
7
30
SO 4.0
293-842-200 LEC
SEC
FEE
UNITS
SAME AS: COM LIT M165
Middle Eastern Studies
M50B
JUDSM&CHRISTN&ISLAMN
-----------
LEC
SAME AS: AN N EA M50B,RELIGN M50
M111
ISLAMIC ARCHAEOLOGY N
406-151-201
406-151-202
406-151-203
406-151-204
406-366-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
SAME AS: ART HIS M119C,ISLM ST M111
M144
ZIONISM-JEWSH STATE N
M178
VARIABLE TOPICS
406-564-200 LEC
1
TBA
SAME AS: JEWISH M144
N
406-768-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: RELIGN M178
Semitic
110
140B
141
210
NEO-ARAMAIC
N
ELEMENTARY AKKADIAN N
ADVANCED AKKADIAN N
ANC ARAMAIC DIALECT N
295-360-200
295-541-200
295-546-200
695-060-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
Turkic Languages
101B
102B
ELEMENTARY TURKISH
ADVANCED TURKISH
Y
Y
NEUROBIOLOGY
Medical History
M169
HIST-NEUROSCIENCES
N
WGYOUNG 4216
SAME AS: NEURBIO M169
Neurobiology
M169
HIST-NEUROSCIENCES
M171
TOPICS-CONTEMP BIOL N
N
307-714-200 LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:15P
WGYOUNG 4216
FRANK JR, R.G.
40
30
SO 4.0
F
4:00- 6:20P
BIO SCI
383
WATSON, R.H.
5
30
PN 2.0
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
DODD
154
ARNOLD, A.P.
2
07
LG 4.0
1
MWF
9:45- 10:50A HLTHSCI
23105A BASSO, M.A.
50
30
LG 4.0
M
11:00- 12:50P HLTHSCI
63127
50
T
F
2:00- 3:50P GONDA
12:00- 12:50P GONDA
2303
1357
SAME AS: MED HIS M169
307-726-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: PHYSCI M171
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
M227
NEURENDOCRNLGY-REPRN
707-163-200 LEC
SAME AS: PHYSCI CM227
NEUROSCIENCE-GRADUATE
M203
NEUROANATOMY
N
-----------
LEC
SAME AS: BIOENGR M263
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
786-018-201 LAB
1A
0.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
210B
215
CURRENT LIT-NEUROSC N
RESEARCH LIT SEM
N
786-061-200 DIS 1
786-090-200 SEM 1
ANDREWS, A.M.
CARMICHAEL, S.T.
12
12
15
30
SU 2.0
SU 1.0
ANDREWS, A.M.
16
30
SU 1.0
C8639
LONDON, E.D.
10
30
SU 1.0
9:30- 11:00A GONDA
2303
GLANZMAN, D.L.
10
30
SU 1.0
4:00- 5:50P
BIO SCI
154
MARTIN, K.C.
14
30
SU 1.0
RESTRICT: NEUROSCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS
Neuroscience 215, seminar 1:
786-090-201 SEM 2
T
2:00- 3:50P
RESTRICT: NEUROSCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS
Neuroscience 215, seminar 2:
786-090-203 SEM 4
W
1:30- 2:30P
SEMEL
RESTRICT: NEUROSCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS
Neuroscience 215, seminar 4:
786-090-204 SEM 5
F
RESTRICT: NEUROSCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS
Neuroscience 215, seminar 5:
786-090-205 SEM 6
F
RESTRICT: NEUROSCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS
Neuroscience 215, seminar 6:
786-090-206 SEM 7
R
1:00- 1:50P
GONDA
3303
FEUSNER, J.D.
10
30
SU 1.0
786-090-207 SEM 8
T
3:00- 3:50P
SEMEL
68236
JESTE, S.S.
10
30
SU 1.0
Neuroscience, Graduate 215, seminar 7:
RESTRICT: NEUROSCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS
Neuroscience, Graduate 215, seminar 8:
C277
DRUG ABUSE-NEUROBION
M284B
NEUROIMAGING II
786-462-200 LEC
1
TR
9:00- 10:50A LAKRETZ 120
EVANS, C.J.
5
30
LG 4.0
MW
2:00- 3:50P
SEMEL
COHEN, M.S.
25
30
LG 4.0
TR
8:00- 9:50A
WGYOUNG CS24
SCHWEIZER, F.E.
160
11
SO 5.0
RESTRICT: NEUROSCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
786-505-200 LEC
1
17364
SAME AS: PSYCH M288B,PSYCTRY M284B
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
NEUROSCIENCE-UNDERGRADUATE
M101B
MOLEC&DVLP NEUROSCIY
-----------
LEC
1
SAME AS: MCD BIO M175B,PHYSCI M180B,PSYCH M117B
RESTRICT: NEUROSCIENCE MAJORS OR MINORS
298-310-201
298-310-202
298-310-203
298-310-204
298-310-205
298-310-206
298-310-207
298-310-208
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
8:00- 9:20A
9:30- 10:50A
11:00- 12:20P
12:30- 1:50P
8:00- 9:20A
9:30- 10:50A
11:00- 12:20P
12:30- 1:50P
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
120
120
120
120
4660
4660
4660
4660
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
20
21
20
21
20
20
21
21
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
158 / NURSING
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
Neuroscience 101L is limited to Neuroscience majors and minors who have completed Neuroscience M101A and M101B (may be taken concurrently). Graduating seniors have priority and are enrolled first; juniors are enrolled if space permits. To enroll, send a request (indicate preference for LAB 1A, LAB 1B, or LAB 1C) to [email protected]; an electronic enrollment request form will
be sent to you.
101L
NEUROSCIENCE LAB
Y
Y -----------
LEC
1
$ 139 MF
9:00- 9:50A
BOTANY
325
GRISHAM, W.E.
72
02
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Y 298-314-201 LAB
Y 298-314-202 LAB
Y 298-314-203 LAB
1A
1B
1C
T
W
R
9:00- 11:50A FRANZ
9:00- 11:50A FRANZ
9:00- 11:50A FRANZ
A456
A456
A456
24
24
24
0.0
0.0
0.0
Neuroscience M145 is limited to Neuroscience majors and minors who have completed Neuroscience M101A. Graduating seniors have priority and are enrolled first; juniors are enrolled if space
permits. To enroll, send a request to [email protected]; an electronic enrollment request form will be sent to you.
M145
NEURL MCHNSMS-MVMNTY
298-570-200 LEC
1
MW
8:00- 9:50A
LAKRETZ 120
CHANDLER, S.H.
25
01
LG 5.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,NEUROSCIENCE MAJORS OR MINORS
Neuroscience C177 is limited to Neuroscience majors and minors who have completed Neuroscience M101A. Graduating seniors have priority and are enrolled first; juniors are enrolled if space
permits. To enroll, send a request to [email protected]; an electronic enrollment request form will be sent to you.
C177
DRUG ABUSE-NEUROBIOY
188SB
191C
INDIV STD FOR USIE
Y
MOLEC&CELL&DEVLPMTLY
298-762-200 LEC
1
TR
9:00- 10:50A LAKRETZ 120
EVANS, C.J.
40
30
LG 4.0
CARPENTER, E.M.
WASCHEK, J.A.
1
30
30
30
LG 1.0
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,NEUROSCIENCE MAJORS OR MINORS
298-829-201 TUT 1
298-849-200 SEM 1
UNSCHED
TR
3:30- 4:45P
BOELTER 5419
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY,NEUROSCIENCE MAJORS OR MINORS
Neuroscience 191C, seminar 1:
Neuroscience 191H is limited to neuroscience honors program students. To enroll, send a request to [email protected]; an electronic enrollment request form will be sent to you.
191H
HONORS IN NEUROSCI
Y
298-850-200 SEM 1
TR
5:00- 6:15P
LAKRETZ 101
WATSON, J.B.
15
30
LG 4.0
12
30
PN 4.0
CARPENTER, C.L.
50
11
LG 5.0
HEILEMANN, M.V.
20
20
50
30
0.0
0.0
LG 2.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Neuroscience 192B is limited to juniors/seniors. To enroll, send a request to [email protected]
192B
PROJECT BRAINSTORM N
298-854-200 SEM 1
W
9:00- 11:50A NEUROSC 368
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
NURSING
3
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
N
-----------
LEC
1
TR
8:00- 9:20A
FACTOR
3648
T
R
T
9:30- 10:50A FACTOR
9:30- 10:50A FACTOR
9:00- 10:50A BOTANY
3648
3648
325
R
3:00- 6:00P
R
8:00- 10:50A FACTOR
M
M
T
F
10:00- 12:50P FACTOR
2:00- 4:50P FACTOR
2:00- 4:50P FACTOR
8:00- 10:50A
M
TBA
F
1:00- 3:50P
RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS
20
NRSG&SOCIAL JUSTICE N
302-009-201 LAB
302-009-202 LAB
302-060-200 LEC
1A
1B
1
RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS
115
PHARMACOL&THERAPEUTN
150B
FUNDAMNETLS-NURSINGN
302-391-200 LEC
1
FACTOR
3648
GYLYS, K.H.
58
16
LG 5.0
A660A
MIEURE, S.L.
49
30
LG 4.0
MIEURE, S.L.
MIEURE, S.L.
TAYLOR, P.A.
DEMMAN, B.L.
SHINNICK, M.A.
MIEURE, S.L.
WILEY, D.J.
10
20
20
50
10
10
10
10
10
54
54
55
TBA
WILEY, D.J.
11
0.0
TBA
WILEY, D.J.
11
0.0
TBA
VERZEMNIEKS, I.L.
11
0.0
TBA
SMITH, K.N.
11
0.0
KIGER, H.L.
11
120
24
RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS
-----------
LEC
1
RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS
162A
CARE-MED-SRGCL PTNT N
162D
INTRO-CRITICAL CARE
N
171
PUB HEALTH NURSING
N
302-584-201
302-584-202
302-584-203
----------302-675-201
302-675-202
302-675-203
302-675-204
302-675-205
----------302-681-201
-----------
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
LEC
FLD
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1
1A
1
4650
FACTOR
3648
8:30- 11:50A FACTOR
3648
30
30
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
0.0
LG 6.0
RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS
302-726-201 CLI
1A
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
302-726-202 CLI
1B
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
302-726-203 CLI
1C
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
302-726-204 CLI
1D
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
302-726-205 CLI
1E
TBA
0.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
174
PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT N
----------LEC
302-744-201 LAB
1
1A
FACTOR
FACTOR
4650
DEMMAN, B.L.
MORAN, M.G.
S
9:40- 11:10A FACTOR
4650
MORAN, M.G.
24
0.0
S
11:20- 12:50P FACTOR
4650
DEMMAN, B.L.
23
0.0
2:00- 3:30P
FACTOR
4650
HAMILTON, N.M.
23
0.0
3:40- 5:10P
FACTOR
4650
HAMILTON, N.M.
23
NANDY, K.
15
30
LG 4.0
THE STAFF
15
30
LG 4.0
S
8:00- 9:30A
30
LG 4.0
0.0
RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS
302-744-202 LAB
1B
RESTRICT: NURSING MAJORS
302-744-203 LAB
1C
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
302-744-204 LAB
1D
S
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
302-744-205 LAB
1E
S
0.0
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
203A
STATISTICS&FNDMNTLS N
205B
ADV QUAL RSC MTHD 1 N
702-018-200 LEC
1
W
1:00- 4:50P
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-032-200 LEC
1
W
2:00- 4:50P
FACTOR
6:00- 9:50P
4662
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
206
NURSING THEORY DEV
208
MSRMENT OF OUTCOMESN
N
702-057-200 LEC
1
W
FACTOR
3637
HEILEMANN, M.V.
20
30
LG 4.0
9:00- 11:50A FACTOR
3637
BATES-JENSEN, B.M.
16
30
LG 4.0
1:00- 4:50P
1:00- 4:50P
1:00- 3:50P
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
5255
4145
4147A
HAMILTON, N.M.
GAWLINSKI, A.F.
VERZEMNIEKS, I.L.
70
45
25
30
30
30
LG 2.0-4.0
LG 4.0
LG 3.0
8:00- 11:50A FACTOR
A660A
SHETH, A.A.
124
30
LG 5.0
3:00- 4:50P
FACTOR
A660A
SOKOLOW, S.
90
30
LG 3.0
4:00- 5:50P
FACTOR
4147A
MENTES, J.C.
5
30
SU 1.0-2.0
EASTWOOD, J.O.
30
30
SU 1.0
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-080-200 LEC
1
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
211
216A
223
WOMENS HLTH PRIMARYN
ADLT/GRNTOL-ACUTE 1 N
CHILDHOOD DEVELPMNTN
224
PHARMACOLOGY-APN
702-102-200 LEC
702-094-200 LEC
702-166-200 LEC
1
1
1
T
T
T
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
702-144-200 LEC
1
T
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
225A
ADV PHARM I
226
SEM-AGING RESEARCH N
N
702-157-200 LEC
1
R
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-159-200 SEM 1
R
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
Nursing 229B, seminar 1, meets on January 26, February 2, and March 1, 2016.
229B
SYS-BASED HLTHCR 2
N
702-175-201 SEM 1
T
9:00- 11:50A 700 WWP A214
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
PHILOSOPHY / 159
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
9:00- 11:50A 700 WWP A214
LAZAR, J.
8
30
SU 1.0
T
9:00- 11:50A 700 WWP A214
BUSH, N.J.
8
30
SU 1.0
R
R
9:00- 11:50A 700 WWP A214
12:00- 1:50P FACTOR
STUBER, M.L.
AN, D.S.
8
90
30
30
SU 1.0
LG 2.0
8:00- 10:50A
8:00- 9:50A
1:00- 4:50P
2:00- 5:50P
8:00- 10:50A
7:00- 9:50A
10:00- 12:50P
7:00- 9:50A
10:00- 12:50P
3:00- 5:50P
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
4147A
A660A
A660A
A660A
4650
4650
4650
4650
5255
MENTES, J.C.
PIKE, N.A.
KEENAN, C.K.
CARPENTER, C.L.
JORDAN, M.J.
JORDAN, M.J.
JORDAN, M.J.
KIGER, H.L.
KIGER, H.L.
ADAMS-RENTERIA, J.
24
22
70
70
69
0
0
20
20
120
30
30
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
30
2.0/4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 3.0
11:00- 1:50P
HAINES
310
GARRO, L.C.
0
30
SO 2.0-4.0
11:00- 11:50A FACTOR
2:00- 3:50P FACTOR
3648
4147A
HODGE, F.S.
LEE, E.E.
15
15
30
30
SU 1.0
SU 2.0
12:00- 12:50P FACTOR
3637
HODGE, F.S.
14
30
SU 4.0
10:00- 11:50A FACTOR
4145
CANOBBIO, M.M.
11
30
LG 2.0
10:00- 11:50A FACTOR
3250
BUSH, N.J.
11
30
LG 2.0
10:00- 11:50A FACTOR
3148
SCHLEPER, J.R.
0
30
LG 2.0
1:00- 2:50P
1:00- 2:50P
1:00- 2:50P
8:00- 11:50A
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
3148
3250
4145
5636
SCHLEPER, J.R.
GREEN, S.D.
CANOBBIO, M.M.
RICE, D.A.
8
0
8
10
30
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
LG
8:00- 11:50A FACTOR
2539
LOVE-BIBBERO, L.A.
10
30
LG 4.0
ADAMS-RENTERIA, J.
10
30
LG 4.0
DAYS
TIME
R
BUILDING
ROOM
UNITS
Nursing 229B, seminar 2, meets on January 28, February 4, and March 3, 2016.
702-175-202 SEM 2
Nursing 229B, seminar 3, meets on January 12, February 9, and March 8, 2016.
702-175-203 SEM 3
Nursing 229B, seminar 4, meets on January 14, February 11, and March 10, 2016.
230B
ADV PATHOPHYSIOL II
N
232
238C
239A
252
254B
HUMN RSPNS-AGE&ILNS N
PEDIATRIC HLTHCR 3
N
A/G PRIMARY-APN 1
N
HLTH PROMO&RSK RDCTN
FUNDAMENTLS-NURSINGN
264
PRO ROLE ISSUES-APN N
M273
ADV SEM-MDCL ANTHRON
702-175-204 SEM 4
702-184-200 LEC 1
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-213-200
702-239-200
702-240-200
702-312-200
----------702-328-201
702-328-202
702-328-203
702-328-204
702-371-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
1
1
1
1
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
W
W
W
F
R
M
M
T
T
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-425-200 SEM 1
M
SAME AS: ANTHRO M263Q,COM HLT M244,PSYCTRY M273
295A
295B
NURSING SCIENCE
NURSING SCIENCE
N
N
299B
NURSNG RESEARCH-LABN
416A
A/G AC NP PRAC I
702-556-200 SEM 1
702-557-200 SEM 1
W
R
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-593-200 SEM 1
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
702-632-201 CLI
1
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-632-202 CLI
2
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-632-203 CLI
3
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
416D
A/G AC NP PRAC IV
N
429A
FAMILY PRACTICUM 1
N
702-641-200
702-641-201
702-641-202
702-657-200
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
1
2
3
1
W
W
W
W
6.0
6.0
6.0
4.0
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-657-201 CLI
2
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-657-202 CLI
3
W
8:00- 11:50A FACTOR
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-657-203 CLI
4
W
8:00- 11:50A FACTOR
5255
KELL, K.T.
0
30
LG 4.0
1:00- 2:50P
FACTOR
5636
RICE, D.A.
8
30
LG 6.0
1:00- 2:50P
FACTOR
5642
LOVE-BIBBERO, L.A.
8
30
LG 6.0
1:00- 2:50P
FACTOR
5255
KELL, K.T.
8
30
LG 6.0
1:00- 2:50P
10:00- 11:50A
10:00- 11:50A
1:00- 4:50P
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
FACTOR
5235
4147A
3648
KEENAN, C.K.
LOHMANN, A.S.
THE STAFF
BROWN, T.A.
0
16
16
13
30
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
SU
1:00- 4:50P
FACTOR
3648
GAWLINSKI, A.F.
13
30
SU 2.0
1:00- 4:50P
FACTOR
3648
BUSH, N.J.
13
30
SU 2.0
1:00- 4:50P
FACTOR
TAYLOR, P.A.
13
30
SU 2.0
1:00- 4:50P
FACTOR
MORAN, M.G.
13
30
SU 2.0
CANOBBIO, M.M.
LOHMANN, A.S.
BUSH, N.J.
SCHLEPER, J.R.
TAYLOR, P.A.
TAYLOR, P.A.
TAYLOR, P.A.
TAYLOR, P.A.
MIEURE, S.L.
8
8
2
2
69
10
10
10
10
10
10
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
30
30
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
30
30
30
30
30
30
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
300
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
05
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
429D
FAMILY PRACTICUM 4
N
702-663-200 CLI
1
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-663-201 CLI
2
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-663-203 CLI
3
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
438C
PEDIATRIC NURSE 3
N
444
A/G AC AD ASSESS II
N
702-663-204
702-680-200
702-680-201
702-688-201
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
4
1
2
1
W
W
W
W
6.0
6.0
6.0
2.0
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-688-202 CLI
2
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-688-203 CLI
3
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-688-204 CLI
4
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
702-688-205 CLI
5
W
RESTRICT: NURSING GRADUATE STUDENTS
445
ADV CLNC NRS SPCLST N
465A
MED-SURG PATIENTS
N
467
CLNC: INTEGRATION
N
702-758-201
702-758-202
702-758-203
702-758-204
----------702-706-201
702-706-202
702-706-203
702-706-204
702-706-205
702-706-206
702-706-207
702-764-200
702-764-201
702-764-203
702-764-204
702-764-205
702-764-206
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
LEC
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
CLI
1
2
3
4
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1
2
3
4
5
6
W
W
VAR
VAR
F
M
T
W
W
T
W
W
VAR
VAR
VAR
VAR
VAR
VAR
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P FACTOR
----------312-035-201
312-035-202
312-035-203
312-035-204
312-035-205
312-035-206
312-035-207
312-035-208
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
WF
M
M
M
M
T
T
M
M
12:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
10:00- 12:50P FACTOR
7:00- 7:00P
7:00- 7:00P
7:00- 7:00P
7:00- 7:00P
7:00- 7:00P
7:00- 7:00P
7:00- 7:00P
4147A
A660A
MIEURE, S.L.
MIEURE, S.L.
HUDSON, A.L.
JORDAN, M.J.
SALGUEIRO, P.
TAYLOR, P.A.
VERZEMNIEKS, I.L.
CARDIN, S.
2.0-10.0
2.0-10.0
2.0-10.0
2.0-10.0
4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
12.0
12.0
12.0
12.0
12.0
12.0
PHILOSOPHY
6
INTRO-POLITICL PHIL
N
BROAD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
MS
MS
2160E
178
178
178
178
178
178
3915A
3915A
LAWRENCE, G.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
160 / PHILOSOPHY
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
8
INTRO-PHILOS OF SCI
N
22W
INTRO-ETHICAL THRY
Y
312-035-209
312-035-210
312-035-211
312-035-212
----------312-049-201
312-049-202
312-049-203
312-049-204
312-049-205
312-049-206
312-049-207
312-049-208
312-049-209
312-049-210
Y -----------
CLS
TYP
SEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1I
1J
1K
1L
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
R
R
F
F
MW
M
M
T
T
W
W
R
R
F
F
TR
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
8:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
12:30- 1:45P
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
DODD
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178
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25
25
25
250
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
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100
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14
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TP
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110
20
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3915G
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R
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MW
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12:00- 12:50P
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1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
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PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
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39
2270
2270
167
167
1200
110
A20
178
178
178
178
1284
1284
2319
2325
1337
2160
4645
1337
20
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5118
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3150
1337
161
3157
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LOGIC-1ST CRSE
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MDVL&ERLY MDRN PHIL N
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C127A
SPINOZA
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KIERKEGAARD
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SO 4.0
SO 4.0
80
0
0
05
02
05
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SO 4.0
SO 4.0
30
Philosophy C127A, lecture 1: Meaning in Theory and Practice
131
SCIENCE&METAPHYSICS N
M134
INTRO TO SET THEORY
Y
SMITH, S.R.
SAME AS: MATH M114S
135
136
153A
C153B
161
166
INTRO-METALOGIC
MODAL LOGIC
TPCS-ETHICAL THEORY
TPCS-ETHICAL THEORY
Y
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PHILOSOPHY OF LAW
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312-538-201
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NAYAK-YOUNG, S.C.
0
35
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35
80
20
20
20
20
35
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BURGE, C.T.
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30
0.0
0.0
0.0
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11
SO 4.0
STRUBLE, L.R.
CRAGER, A.D.
THE STAFF
LAWRENCE, G.
07
13
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4.0
4.0
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312-681-201
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2178
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180
PHILOS OF ACTION
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312-780-200 LEC
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183
THEORY OF KNOWLEDGEY
312-758-200 LEC
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30
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NORMORE, C.G.
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203
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221B
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15
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2434
TREU, T.L.
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2748
JURA, M.A.
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2748
MORRIS, M.R.
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NATURE OF UNIVERSE
LIFE IN THE UNIVERS
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----------123-009-201
123-009-202
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30
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FURLANETTO, S.R.
10
30
LG 6.0
GHEZ, A.M.
10
30
LG 6.0
HANSEN, B.M.
10
30
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JURA, M.A.
10
30
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LARKIN, J.E.
10
30
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MALKAN, M.A.
10
30
LG 6.0
MCLEAN, I.S.
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30
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MORRIS, M.R.
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30
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ONG, R.A.
10
30
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30
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ULRICH, R.K.
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WRIGHT, E.L.
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16
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13
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12
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523-437-213 TUT
13
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VASSILIEV, V.V.
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30
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ZUCKERMAN, B.M.
10
30
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MARGOT, J.
10
30
LG 6.0
SHAPLEY, A.E.
MCLEAN, I.S.
10
30
30
30
SO 2.0-4.0
SU 2.0
FITZGERALD, M.P.
MCLEAN, I.S.
10
30
30
30
LG 4.0
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CORBIN, B.
188
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37
38
37
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188
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0.0
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UNSCHED
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1425
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2748
2748
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5A
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5E
1
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1A
1
1A
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1
2
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8
1
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DAYS
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BUILDING
ROOM
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R
2:00- 2:50P
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
4:00- 4:50P
BOELTER
PAB
PAB
KNSY PV
5280
2748
2748
1220B
SAMANI, J.F.
4:00- 4:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
8:00- 8:50A
PAB
PAB
PAB
PAB
2748
2748
2748
1425
THE STAFF
12:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
PAB
1425
GEOLOGY 4660
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
PAB
PAB
CAMPBELL, W.C.
2434
2434
10:00- 11:50A PAB
1425
12:00- 12:50P BOELTER 5272
2:00- 2:50P
12:00- 12:50P
5:00- 5:50P
10:00- 11:50A
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
GEOLOGY
PAB
PAB
KNSY PV
PAB
KNSY PV
4660
2748
2434
1240B
1434A
1220B
5:00- 5:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
12:00- 2:50P
3:00- 5:50P
8:00- 10:50A
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
5:00- 7:50P
12:00- 2:50P
3:00- 5:50P
8:00- 10:50A
2:00- 4:50P
5:00- 7:50P
8:00- 10:50A
2:00- 4:50P
5:00- 7:50P
8:00- 10:50A
11:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
5:00- 7:50P
GEOLOGY
PAB
PAB
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
6704
2434
2748
1238
1238
1238
1238
1238
1238
1238
1238
2115
2115
2115
2115
2115
2115
2115
2115
2115
2115
CORBIN, B.
SALTZBERG, D.
SHADKHOO, S.
ENRL
CAP
38
37
38
171
34
34
34
34
35
0
0
0
0
0
0
189
38
38
38
37
38
190
38
38
38
38
38
0
0
171
34
34
34
34
35
20
20
20
20
20
21
20
21
24
23
24
23
20
20
20
24
24
22
XC
CR
TP
09
SO
01
SO
14
SO
13
SO
13
SO
07
SO
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
LG
UNITS
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
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discussion, and laboratory. Once enrolled, send an e-mail to [email protected] with your name, student ID number, and quarter in which you originally took the laboratory. You will be manually
enrolled in the G99 laboratory.
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----------318-034-201
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318-034-258
318-034-259
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318-034-262
318-034-263
318-034-299
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G8
G9
G10
G11
G12
G13
G99
MWF 10:00- 10:50A
F
1:00- 1:50P
F
2:00- 2:50P
R
4:00- 4:50P
R
5:00- 5:50P
F
3:00- 3:50P
MWF
4:00- 4:50P
F
10:00- 10:50A
F
11:00- 11:50A
R
4:00- 4:50P
R
5:00- 5:50P
F
1:00- 1:50P
T
8:00- 9:50A
T
10:00- 11:50A
T
12:00- 1:50P
T
2:00- 3:50P
T
4:00- 5:50P
T
6:00- 7:50P
W
8:00- 9:50A
W
11:00- 12:50P
W
1:00- 2:50P
W
5:00- 6:50P
R
8:00- 9:50A
R
10:00- 11:50A
R
12:00- 1:50P
UNSCHED
PAB
1425
PAB
1749
DODD
78
GEOLOGY 4645
PAB
1749
BOELTER 5419
PAB
1425
PAB
2434
PAB
2434
MS
6229
BOELTER 5280
WGYOUNG 4216
KNUDSEN 1152
KNUDSEN 1152
KNUDSEN 1152
KNUDSEN 1152
KNUDSEN 1152
KNUDSEN 1152
KNUDSEN 1152
KNUDSEN 1152
KNUDSEN 1152
KNUDSEN 1152
KNUDSEN 1152
KNUDSEN 1152
KNUDSEN 1152
SAKAI, S.
KOUTROULAKIS, G.
195
39
39
39
39
39
195
39
39
39
39
39
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
35
03
09
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
For Physics 6B, the enrollment section is the discussion section (refer to "Compound Classes" instructions listed under MyUCLA). Enrollment cannot be completed unless you are also able to enroll
in a laboratory section. Wait lists are not possible because of the three-part structure (lecture, discussion, and laboratory). Students who retake Physics 6B must enroll in all three sections: lecture,
discussion, and laboratory. Once enrolled, send an e-mail to [email protected] with your name, student ID number, and quarter in which you originally took the laboratory. You will be manually
enrolled in the G99 laboratory.
6B
PHYSIC-LIFE SCI MAJ
Y
----------LEC
318-036-201 DIS
318-036-202 DIS
1
1A
1B
MWF
F
F
11:00- 11:50A PAB
9:00- 9:50A PAB
10:00- 10:50A BUNCHE
1425
2748
2160
ARISAKA, K.
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
188
38
38
04
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
Winter 2016
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY / 163
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
318-036-203
318-036-204
318-036-205
----------318-036-211
318-036-212
318-036-213
318-036-214
318-036-215
----------318-036-221
318-036-222
318-036-223
318-036-224
318-036-225
----------318-036-231
318-036-232
318-036-233
318-036-234
318-036-235
----------318-036-241
318-036-251
318-036-252
318-036-253
318-036-254
318-036-255
318-036-256
318-036-257
318-036-258
318-036-259
318-036-260
318-036-261
318-036-262
318-036-263
318-036-264
318-036-265
318-036-266
318-036-267
318-036-268
318-036-269
318-036-270
318-036-271
318-036-272
318-036-273
318-036-274
318-036-275
318-036-299
CLS
TYP
SEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
1C
1D
1E
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
3
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
4
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
5
5A
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G8
G9
G10
G11
G12
G13
G14
G15
G16
G17
G18
G19
G20
G21
G22
G23
G24
G25
G99
FEE
DAYS
TIME
TBA
R
5:00- 5:50P
TBA
MWF 12:00- 12:50P
F
10:00- 10:50A
F
11:00- 11:50A
F
1:00- 1:50P
F
2:00- 2:50P
F
3:00- 3:50P
MWF
1:00- 1:50P
R
4:00- 4:50P
R
5:00- 5:50P
F
2:00- 2:50P
F
3:00- 3:50P
F
4:00- 4:50P
MWF
2:00- 2:50P
R
4:00- 4:50P
R
5:00- 5:50P
F
10:00- 10:50A
F
11:00- 11:50A
F
3:00- 3:50P
TR
12:00- 1:50P
TBA
M
8:00- 9:50A
M
10:00- 11:50A
M
12:00- 1:50P
M
2:00- 3:50P
M
4:00- 5:50P
M
6:00- 7:50P
T
8:00- 9:50A
T
10:00- 11:50A
T
12:00- 1:50P
T
2:00- 3:50P
T
4:00- 5:50P
T
6:00- 7:50P
W
8:00- 9:50A
W
10:00- 11:50A
W
12:00- 1:50P
W
2:00- 3:50P
W
4:00- 5:50P
W
6:00- 7:50P
R
8:00- 9:50A
R
10:00- 11:50A
R
12:00- 1:50P
R
2:00- 3:50P
R
4:00- 5:50P
R
6:00- 7:50P
F
8:00- 9:50A
UNSCHED
BUILDING
ROOM
PAB
2748
PAB
BUNCHE
DODD
ROYCE
ROYCE
MS
PAB
ROYCE
GEOLOGY
ROYCE
ROYCE
PAB
PAB
HAINES
BOELTER
PUB AFF
HAINES
PAB
KNSY PV
1425
3157
78
160
150
5118
1425
156
4660
156
150
2434
1425
A44
5419
2238
A44
1749
1220B
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
KNUDSEN
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
1134
INSTRUCTOR
ARISAKA, K.
GRUNER, G.
GRUNER, G.
THE STAFF
ENRL
CAP
38
37
37
188
38
37
38
37
38
188
38
37
38
37
38
188
38
37
38
37
38
0
0
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
50
XC
CR
TP
05
SO
06
SO
07
SO
14
SO
UNITS
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
For Physics 6C, the enrollment section is the discussion section (refer to "Compound Classes" instructions listed under MyUCLA). Enrollment cannot be completed unless you are also able to enroll
in a laboratory section. Wait lists are not possible because of the three-part structure (lecture, discussion, and laboratory). Students who retake Physics 6C must enroll in all three sections: lecture,
discussion, and laboratory. Once enrolled, send an e-mail to [email protected] with your name, student ID number, and quarter in which you originally took the laboratory. You will be manually
enrolled in the G99 laboratory.
6C
PHYSIC-LIFE SCI MAJ
Y
----------318-038-201
318-038-202
318-038-203
318-038-204
318-038-205
----------318-038-211
318-038-212
318-038-213
318-038-214
318-038-215
318-038-251
318-038-252
318-038-253
318-038-254
318-038-255
318-038-256
318-038-257
318-038-258
318-038-259
318-038-260
318-038-261
318-038-262
318-038-263
318-038-264
318-038-299
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
2
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G8
G9
G10
G11
G12
G13
G14
G99
MWF 10:00- 10:50A
F
11:00- 11:50A
F
1:00- 1:50P
F
2:00- 2:50P
R
4:00- 4:50P
R
5:00- 5:50P
MWF 11:00- 11:50A
F
1:00- 1:50P
F
2:00- 2:50P
F
3:00- 3:50P
F
4:00- 4:50P
F
5:00- 5:50P
T
8:00- 9:50A
T
10:00- 11:50A
T
12:00- 1:50P
T
2:00- 3:50P
T
4:00- 5:50P
T
6:00- 7:50P
W
8:00- 9:50A
W
12:00- 1:50P
W
2:00- 3:50P
W
4:00- 5:50P
W
6:00- 7:50P
R
8:00- 9:50A
T
10:00- 11:50A
R
10:00- 11:50A
UNSCHED
KNSY PV 1220B
PAB
1749
ROYCE
150
ROYCE
154
MS
5137
MS
5117
KNSY PV 1220B
BUNCHE 3170
ROYCE
162
WGYOUNG 4216
MS
5118
MS
5118
KNUDSEN 2122
KNUDSEN 2122
KNUDSEN 2122
KNUDSEN 2122
KNUDSEN 2122
KNUDSEN 2122
KNUDSEN 2122
KNUDSEN 2122
KNUDSEN 2122
KNUDSEN 2122
KNUDSEN 2122
KNUDSEN 2122
KNUDSEN 4134
KNUDSEN 4134
NIEMANN, C.
MWF
R
R
F
F
MWF
W
M
KNSY PV
KNSY PV
GEOLOGY
PAB
PAB
PAB
KNSY PV
PAB
LARKIN, J.E.
MALKAN, M.A.
188
38
37
38
38
37
188
38
38
38
37
37
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
0
0
50
03
171
43
43
43
42
72
72
14
06
04
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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11
REVOLUTIONS-PHYSICS N
17
QUANTM&STAT MECHNCSY
18L
MODERN PHYSICS LAB
Y
----------318-069-201
318-069-202
318-069-203
318-069-204
----------318-092-201
318-094-201
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
LAB
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
1A
1
1:00- 1:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
11:00- 11:50A
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 3:50P
1220B
1220B
6704
1434A
1434A
1434A
1240B
2434
ROY, R.
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
04
30
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
LG 4.0
164 / PHYSICS AND BIOLOGY IN MEDICINE
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
318-094-202 LAB
Winter 2016
SEC
FEE
2
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
M
3:00- 3:50P
PAB
2434
TR
TR
11:00- 12:50P KNUDSEN 6107
4:30- 5:50P MS
5148
TR
4:30- 5:50P
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
14
30
LG 4.0
MIAO, J.
CORBIN, B.
25
30
30
30
SO 4.0
PN 1.0
CORBIN, B.
30
30
PN 1.0
CORBIN, B.
CORBIN, B.
CORBIN, B.
NAOZ, S.
0
0
0
95
95
90
90
75
75
75
75
16
30
30
30
03
PN
PN
PN
SO
05
SO
14
LG
04
LG
30
SO
INSTRUCTOR
UNITS
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
87
98XA
INTRO TO BIOPHYSICS Y
LEARNING WORKSHOPS N
318-261-200 SEM 1
318-291-200 LAB 1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
318-291-201 LAB
2
MS
5203
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
98XB
LEARNING WORKSHOPS N
105A
ANALYTIC MECHANICS
N
110A
ELECTRICITY&MAGNET N
115B
QUANTUM MECHANICS N
115C
QUANTUM MECHANICS N
117
ELECTRONCS-MEASRMNTN
318-291-202
318-292-201
318-292-202
----------318-310-201
----------318-338-201
----------318-374-201
----------318-375-201
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LAB
LAB
LAB
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
3
2
3
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
TBA
TBA
TBA
MWF
M
MW
W
TR
R
MWF
F
M
10:00- 10:50A
4:00- 4:50P
12:00- 1:20P
2:00- 2:50P
12:30- 1:45P
3:00- 3:50P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
4:00- 5:50P
KNSY PV
KNSY PV
KNSY PV
KNSY PV
KNSY PV
KNSY PV
KNSY PV
KNSY PV
PAB
W
3:00- 6:50P
KNUDSEN A137
8
0.0
R
3:00- 6:50P
KNUDSEN A137
8
0.0
MWF
M
MWF
R
TR
T
MWF
TBA
MWF
TBA
MWF
W
T
1:00- 1:50P
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
9:30- 10:45A
4:00- 4:50P
3:00- 3:50P
PAB
PAB
PAB
PAB
PAB
PAB
PAB
1:00- 1:50P
KNUDSEN 6107
BOZOVIC, D.
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
3:00- 4:50P
PAB
2434
PAB
2434
KNUDSEN 6107
ROSENZWEIG, J.
HUANG, H.Z.
0
0
72
72
30
30
20
20
0
0
0
0
18
F
2:00- 3:50P
KNUDSEN 6107
BROWN, S.
M
4:00- 5:50P
W
TBA
T
TBA
T
3:00- 4:50P
PAB
2:00- 3:50P
1240B
1240B
1240B
1240B
1240B
1240B
1240B
1240B
2434
MORALES, G.J.
TOMBOULIS, E.T.
JIANG, H.
MUSUMECI, P.
1.0
1.0
1.0
4.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
4.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
318-382-201 LAB
1A
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
318-382-202 LAB
1B
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
124
NUCLEAR PHYSICS
131
MATH METHDS-PHYSICS N
N
132
MATH METHDS-PHYSICS N
140B
PROPRTIES OF SOLIDS
N
144
POLYMER PHYSICS
N
150
PARTICLE&LASR BEAMS N
180A
NUCLEAR PHYSICS LAB N
----------318-422-201
----------318-460-201
----------318-470-201
----------318-552-201
----------318-564-201
----------318-600-201
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LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
LEC
DIS
LAB
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
2748
2748
1434A
1434A
2748
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2748
HUANG, H.Z.
30
SO 4.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
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0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
SO 4.0
18
30
SO 4.0
GEKELMAN, W.N.
15
30
SO 4.0
3735
HUDSON, E.R.
30
KNUDSEN 6129
JENKO, F.S.
COUSINS, R.D.
ARISAKA, K.
CARTER, T.A.
ARISAKA, K.
0
0
20
5
10
5
5
LG 4.0
0.0
SO 4.0
PN 2.0
SO 2.0-4.0
SO 2.0-4.0
PN 1.0
ZOCCHI, G.
VASSILIEV, V.V.
HOLCZER, K.
06
06
12
30
06
30
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
180C
SOLID STATE LAB
N
318-751-200 LAB
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Physics 180E meets in the Rehabilitation Center Auditorium, 1000 Veteran Avenue.
180E
PLASMA LAB
N
318-755-200 LAB
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
180Q
QUANTUM OPTICS LAB
N
188
190
192
SPECIAL COURSES
N
RESEARCH COLLOQUIA N
UNDERGRAD PRACTICUMN
194
RESEARCH GROUP SEM N
----------318-768-201
318-829-200
318-840-200
318-852-200
318-852-201
318-864-201
LEC
LAB
LEC
SEM
SEM
SEM
RGP
1
1A
1
1
1
2
1
10:00- 11:50A KNUDSEN 4134
UNSCHED
30
30
30
30
30
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
201Q
MODRN PHYSICS RSRCHN
210A
ELECTROMAGNETIC THRN
221B
QUANTUM MECHANICS N
718-002-200 LEC
1
F
2434
ASHOUR-ABDALLA, M.
41
30
SU 2.0
TR
12:00- 12:50P PAB
10:00- 11:50A PAB
2434
CARTER, T.A.
40
13
SO 4.0
MW
10:00- 11:50A PAB
2434
TSERKOVNYAK, Y.
45
03
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: PHYSICS OR ASTRONOMY GRADUATE STUDENTS
718-011-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
718-073-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
222B
PLASMA PHYSICS
N
718-086-200 LEC
1
TR
9:00- 10:50A KNUDSEN 6107
JENKO, F.S.
30
30
SO 4.0
TR
TR
MW
MW
8:00- 9:50A
2:00- 3:50P
10:00- 11:50A
12:00- 1:50P
PAB
PAB
KNUDSEN
PAB
2434
2748
6129
2434
GELMINI, G.B.
KUSENKO, A.
BERN, Z.
0
15
0
20
11
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
TR
12:00- 1:50P
PAB
2434
KRAUS, P.J.
23
30
SO 4.0
TR
MW
1:00- 2:50P
12:30- 2:20P
KNUDSEN 6107
KNUDSEN 6129
FRONSDAL, C.
WILLIAMS, G.A.
20
20
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
MWF
F
2:00- 2:50P PAB
2434
10:00- 11:20A KNUDSEN 6129
ROSENZWEIG, J.
NINI, C.M.
0
0
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 2.0-4.0
R
9:30- 10:50A PAB
4708
GUTPERLE, M.
0
30
SU 2.0/4.0
M
3:00- 4:50P
PAB
4330
KUSENKO, A.
0
30
SU 2.0/4.0
W
4:00- 5:50P
PAB
4330
JIANG, H.
30
30
SU 2.0/4.0
R
3:30- 5:50P
PAB
1434A
HAUSER, J.
70
30
SU 2.0
T
1:00- 1:50P
PAB
4330
MCLEAN, I.S.
15
30
SU 2.0-4.0
MW
1:00- 2:50P
PVUB
1420
THE STAFF
0
30
LG 4.0
BL420
HUANG, H.
0
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
226B
226E
230B
ELEM PARTICLE PHYS
PARTICLE ASTROPHYS
QUANTUM FIELD THRY
N
N
N
231B
MTHDS-MATH PHYSICS N
718-086-299
718-109-200
718-112-200
718-213-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
10
1
1
1
4.0
6.0
4.0
6.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
718-222-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
232B
241B
RELATIVITY
SOLID STATE PHYSICS
N
N
250
262
ACCEL-CHARGD PRTCLSN
PHYS OF SOLID STATE N
718-235-200 LEC
718-286-200 LEC
1
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
718-330-200 LEC 1
718-365-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
291
RSRCH TUTRL-PARTCL
N
718-562-200 TUT
1
RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
718-562-201 TUT
2
RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
292
RSRCH-SPECTROSCOPY N
718-567-200 TUT
1
RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
293
RSRCH-CURRNT TOPICS N
718-569-200 TUT
1
RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
M297
RSCH-ASTRPRTCL PHYS N
718-578-200 TUT
1
SAME AS: ASTR M297
RESTRICT: PHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENTS
PHYSICS AND BIOLOGY IN MEDICINE
M219
MAGNTC RESONNC IMAGN
825-114-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: BIOENGR M219
RESTRICT: PHYSICS AND BIOLOGY IN MEDICINE GRADUATE STUDENTS
M230
COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHYN
825-180-200 LEC
1
TR
1:00- 2:50P
HLTHSCI
SAME AS: BIOMATH M230
RESTRICT: PHYSICS AND BIOLOGY IN MEDICINE GRADUATE STUDENTS
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
POLITICAL SCIENCE / 165
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
M248
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
BIOLOGICAL IMAGING
N
CLS
TYP
825-288-200 LEC
SEC
FEE
1
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
RF
3:00- 4:50P
HLTHSCI
BL420
HADJIOANNOU, A.
0
30
LG 4.0
240
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
300
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
05
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
PN 1.0
UNITS
SAME AS: BIOENGR M248,M PHARM M248
RESTRICT: PHYSICS AND BIOLOGY IN MEDICINE GRADUATE STUDENTS
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Political Science undergraduate class discussion sections will NOT meet prior to the first lecture meeting.
6
INTRO-DATA ANALYSIS
N
10
INTR-POLITCL THEORY
N
19
FIAT LUX FRSHMN SEM
N
----------324-018-201
324-018-202
324-018-203
324-018-204
324-018-205
324-018-206
324-018-207
324-018-208
324-018-209
324-018-210
324-018-211
324-018-212
----------324-070-201
324-070-202
324-070-203
324-070-204
324-070-205
324-070-206
324-070-207
324-070-208
324-070-209
324-070-210
324-070-211
324-070-212
324-070-213
324-070-214
324-070-215
324-057-201
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
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DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
1O
1
MW
W
W
W
R
R
R
R
R
R
F
F
F
TR
W
W
W
W
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W
R
R
R
F
F
F
F
F
F
M
12:30- 1:45P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
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4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
6:00- 6:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
3:00- 3:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
12:00- 12:50P
HAINES
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
DODD
ROLFE
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BOELTER
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HUMANTS
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
39
HAZLETT, C.J.
147
3105
1270
3178
3157
3157
3123
A152
3156
4413
3170
3150
A66
3157
A152
A152
2168
DIENSTAG, J.F.
LOHMANN, S.
14
30
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
Political Science 19, seminar 1: Can’t We Make Moral Judgments?
30
POLITICS & STRATEGY
N
40
INTRO-AMERICN PLTCS N
50
98T
M105
INTRO-COMPRTV PLTCS N
HOW DICTATRS SURVIV N
ECON MDL-PBLC CHOIC Y
114
AMER POL THOUGHT
120A
FOREIGN RELATION-US N
124A
INTL POLITICAL ECON
----------324-090-201
324-090-202
324-090-203
324-090-204
324-090-205
324-090-206
324-090-207
324-090-208
324-090-209
----------324-121-201
324-121-202
324-121-203
324-121-204
324-121-205
324-121-206
324-121-207
324-121-208
324-121-209
324-121-210
324-121-211
324-121-212
324-121-213
324-121-214
324-121-215
324-141-200
324-290-200
324-320-200
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SEM
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
1O
1
1
1
MW
W
W
R
R
R
F
F
F
F
TR
R
R
R
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
TR
TR
MW
5:00- 6:15P
6:30- 7:20P
6:30- 7:20P
8:00- 8:50A
5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
5:00- 6:15P
6:30- 7:20P
6:30- 7:20P
6:30- 7:20P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
9:00- 10:50A
10:00- 11:30A
10:00- 11:50A
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
HAINES
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
ROYCE
MS
MS
HAINES
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
HUMANTS
BUNCHE
DODD
39
A6
122
1270
1270
1270
2160
3143
2333
1278
39
2319
2325
2333
2284
2319
3153
1323
154
3915H
5233
A6
1323
1278
2278
1278
A65
4276
162
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
TR
R
R
R
F
F
F
TR
R
R
R
F
F
F
TR
R
R
R
F
F
F
11:00- 12:15P
1:00- 1:50P
5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
11:00- 12:15P
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:30- 1:45P
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
ROYCE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HAINES
HUMANTS
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
ROYCE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
362
2319
1278
1278
2333
3123
3150
A18
A66
1323
1323
3178
2319
1256
362
2160
1343
1343
1284
3117
3170
O’NEILL, B.
TAUSANOVITCH, C.N.
LOFCHIE, M.F.
MC GREEVY-STAFFORD
SCHWARTZ, T.
180
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
300
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
105
15
10
09
16
30
30
30
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
LG 5.0
SO 4.0
SAME AS: ECON M135
N
Y
----------324-384-201
324-384-202
324-384-203
324-384-204
324-384-205
324-384-206
----------324-421-201
324-421-202
324-421-203
324-421-204
324-421-205
324-421-206
----------324-424-201
324-424-202
324-424-203
324-424-204
324-424-205
324-424-206
ROGERS, M.L.
LARSON, D.W.
THE STAFF
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
13
13
14
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
166 / POLITICAL SCIENCE
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
132A
INTRNTL REL-MIDEAST
Y
134
FORGN POLICY DECISN Y
139
SPC STDS-INTNTL REL
N
CLS
TYP
SEC
----------324-451-201
324-451-202
324-451-203
324-451-204
324-451-205
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324-451-207
324-451-208
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----------324-462-201
324-462-202
324-462-203
324-499-200
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
----------324-534-201
324-534-202
324-534-203
324-534-204
324-534-205
324-534-206
324-562-200
324-551-200
----------324-586-201
324-586-202
324-586-203
324-586-204
324-586-205
324-586-206
----------324-606-201
324-606-202
324-606-203
324-606-204
324-606-205
324-606-206
324-625-200
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1
1A
1B
1C
1
TR
R
R
R
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
TR
R
R
F
MW
2:00- 3:15P
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
11:00- 11:50A
9:30- 10:45A
5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 9:15A
WGYOUNG CS24
ROLFE
3116
BUNCHE 2168
BUNCHE 2168
BUNCHE 2181
BUNCHE 3156
BUNCHE 3123
BUNCHE 3117
BUNCHE 3178
ROLFE
3108
BUNCHE 3164
BUNCHE 3178
BUNCHE 2160
PUB AFF 2250
PUB AFF 1329
PUB AFF 1329
HUMANTS A66
ROYCE
190
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
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1B
1C
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R
R
R
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F
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TR
MW
12:30- 1:45P
4:00- 4:50P
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6:00- 6:50P
9:00- 9:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:15P
3:30- 4:45P
HAINES
MS
MS
MS
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
HAINES
DODD
HAINES
A18
7608
7608
7608
3150
3178
3157
220
170
118
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DIS
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LEC
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R
R
R
TR
R
R
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5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
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6:00- 6:50P
11:00- 12:15P
5:00- 5:50P
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9:00- 9:50A
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3164
1270
3117
3170
3157
3178
118
1284
2278
1264
3143
3178
3117
2270
TR
TR
R
R
R
R
R
R
TR
2:00- 3:50P
2:00- 3:15P
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 5:50P
BROAD
2100A
HAINES
A2
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
PERLOFF 1102
ANDERSON, R.D.
GOLDEN, M.A.
3
MW
4:00- 5:50P
ROYCE
1
1
TR
TR
SPIEGEL, S.L.
STEIN, A.A.
BORDENKIRCHER, E.
ENRL
CAP
239
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
19
60
20
20
20
80
XC
15
30
01
CR
TP
UNITS
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
Political Science 139, lecture 1:
140B
THE PRESIDENCY
Y
145C
145E
147C
CIVIL LIBERTIES
Y
RIGHTS OF ACCUSED
Y
INSTITUTNL DEVLPMNT Y
JAMES, S.C.
RADD, B.
ORREN, K.J.
JAMES, S.C.
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
120
60
120
14
07
15
08
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0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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SO 4.0
SO 4.0
Political Science 147C, lecture 1:
154B
GOV&POL-SOUTH AMER N
159A
AGE OF MAO ZEDONG
163A
167D
DISCRS BEFR DEMCRCY N
PLTC INST&ECON DVLP N
169
SPEC STDS-COMP PLTC N
N
GEDDES, B.
TONG, J.
20
20
20
20
20
20
120
20
20
20
20
20
20
75
13
03
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
324-679-200
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324-703-202
324-703-203
324-703-204
324-703-205
324-703-206
324-699-200
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60
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20
20
20
20
20
20
120
15
15
16
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LG 4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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190
NABULSI, K.
120
09
SO 4.0
11:00- 12:15P PUB AFF
11:00- 12:15P BUNCHE
2232
2209A
CHWE, M.S.
SAWYER, M.Q.
50
120
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SO 4.0
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1270
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3157
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175
2174
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PANAGIA, D.
20
20
20
20
20
20
75
15
04
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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1265
ANDERSON, R.D.
15
30
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DESVEAUX, J.A.
35
30
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LOHMANN, S.
20
30
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DESVEAUX, J.A.
0
30
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Political Science 169, lecture 1: Corruption in Comparative Perspective
324-699-230 LEC
Political Science 169, lecture 3: Arab Minority in Jewish State
172
M180A
STRATEGY&CONFLICT Y
AFRC AM POL THOUGHT N
324-732-200 LEC
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181A
191A
LATINO COMMUNITIES
POLITICAL THEORY
Y
N
324-777-201
324-777-202
324-777-203
324-777-204
324-777-205
324-777-206
324-789-200
324-845-201
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191C
N
324-849-200 SEM 1
W
2:00- 4:50P
M191DC CAPPP WASHINGTN SEM N
POLITICS
324-857-200 SEM 1
R
10:00- 12:50P OFF CAM
Political Science 191C, seminar 1:
SAME AS: COMM ST M191DC,HIST M191DC,SOCIOL M191DC
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
191E
METHODS AND MODELS N
324-858-200 SEM 1
M
9:00- 11:50A PUB AFF
R
10:00- 12:50P OFF CAM
2317
Political Science 191E, seminar 1: Experiments in Ethics and Governance
M194DC CAPPP WASH DC RSRCH N
324-854-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: HIST M194DC,SOCIOL M194DC
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
200C
STTSTCL METHODS III
Y
200CL
STAT MTHDS III LAB
Y
200E
ADV QUANT METHODS
N
724-003-200 LEC
1
TR
9:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
4357
DENARDO, J.D.
20
30
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F
10:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
4357
DENARDO, J.D.
20
30
LG 4.0
LEWIS, J.B.
15
30
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724-008-200 LAB
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
724-010-200 SEM 1
TBA
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201B
COLLECTIVE CHOICE
204A
GAME THEORY-PLTCS 1 N
N
724-006-200 SEM 1
MW
9:00- 10:30A BUNCHE
4276
SCHWARTZ, T.
15
30
SO 4.0
T
3:00- 5:50P
4276
O’NEILL, B.
15
30
SO 4.0
TR
11:00- 12:15P FRANZ
2288
BENTLER, P.M.
0
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
724-024-200 SEM 1
BUNCHE
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M208D
MULT ANLY&LATENT VR N
724-043-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: PSYCH M257,STATS M242
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
214
PLTC THRY-TRANSNTNL N
218
SEL TOPICS POL THRY
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
724-069-200 SEM 1
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
M
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
4276
ROCCO, R.A.
15
30
SO 4.0
T
1:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
2121
PANAGIA, D.
15
30
SO 4.0
M
3:00- 5:50P
BUNCHE
4357
JOHNS, L.N.
15
30
LG 4.0
M
9:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
4357
STEIN, A.A.
15
30
SO 4.0
T
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
4357
THIES, M.F.
15
30
LG 4.0
M
1:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
4280
TREISMAN, D.S.
5
30
SO 4.0
W
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
4276
GOLDEN, M.A.
15
30
SO 4.0
W
10:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
4280
ZALLER, J.R.
0
30
SO 4.0
F
9:00- 11:50A BUNCHE
4276
CHWE, M.S.
15
30
SO 4.0
W
1:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
2121
SAWYER, M.Q.
15
30
SO 4.0
R
1:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
4276
THE STAFF
15
30
SO 4.0
17187
STROUSE, T.
CARPENTER, E.M.
BELZER, M.G.
DIPPLE, K.M.
0
0
0
0
30
30
30
30
LG
LG
LG
SO
SENA, R.E.
25
30
SU 1.0
HAINES
310
GARRO, L.C.
0
30
SO 2.0-4.0
UNITS
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
N
724-101-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Political Science 218, seminar 1: Affect Theory
220B
INTL RELATN CORE II
N
724-120-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
239
INTERNTNL RELATIONS N
724-256-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Political Science 239, seminar 1:
240B
COMPARATIV POLITICS
N
724-262-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
259
SEL TOPC-COMPAR POL N
724-365-201 DIS
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Political Science 259, discussion 1:
724-365-202 DIS
2
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Political Science 259, discussion 2: Distributive Politics
268
PLTCL&ELCTORL PROBS N
724-416-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Political Science 268, seminar 1: Parties on Ground
269
SEM-POLITICL BEHAVR N
724-422-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Political Science 269, seminar 1: Social Movements
289B
RES RCE ETHNCTY POL N
724-587-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
724-587-201 SEM 2
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
PSYCHIATRY AND BIOBEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
188SB
INDIV STD FOR USIE
N
M230
COMMUNICATN-SCIENCEN
326-829-201
326-829-202
326-829-203
726-180-200
TUT
TUT
TUT
LEC
1
2
3
1
VAR
VAR
VAR
W
10:00- 11:20A HLTHSCI
F
12:00- 1:50P
M
11:00- 1:50P
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.0
SAME AS: BIOMATH M262
236B
PSYCH INTERN SEMINR N
M273
ADV SEM-MDCL ANTHRON
281B
BHVRL THRPY-ED STNG N
M284B
NEUROIMAGING II
726-189-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
726-485-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: ANTHRO M263Q,COM HLT M244,NURSING M273
726-500-200 LEC
1
T
12:00- 1:20P
SEMEL
78233
FREEMAN, S.F.
25
30
SO 4.0
MW
2:00- 3:50P
SEMEL
17364
COHEN, M.S.
25
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
N
726-517-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: NEURO M284B,PSYCH M288B
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M288
SOCL&BHVR FCTR-AIDS N
434
ADDICTION PSYCHTRY
482
CHLD ANXIETY&DISORD N
1
T
1:00- 3:50P
PUB HLT
61235
MORISKY, D.E.
0
30
LG 4.0
726-702-200 SEM 1
726-527-200 LEC
R
2:00- 2:50P
GONDA
1357
JENTSCH, J.D.
20
30
SU 1.0
M
1:00- 5:50P
MP 300
1208
PIACENTINI, J.C.
10
30
LG 3.0
MW
TR
TR
4:00- 5:50P WGYOUNG CS50
2:00- 3:50P WGYOUNG CS50
9:30- 10:45A HAINES
118
HILL, A.
DARVICK, E.R.
KRASNE, F.
250
250
140
09
15
12
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SAME AS: COM HLT M294
N
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
726-779-200 CLI
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
PSYCHOLOGY
10
INTRODUCTORY PSYCH N
15
INTRO PSYCHOBIOLOGY N
328-056-200 LEC
328-056-201 LEC
328-081-200 LEC
1
2
1
Psychology 20 is limited to sophomore Cognitive Science premajors, majors, and minors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll on the second pass,
space permitting.
20
MATLAB PROGRAMMING N
328-062-200 LEC
1
F
9:00- 11:50A FRANZ
3351
MAOZ, U.M.
26
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND ABOVE,PRE-COGNITIVE SCIENCE AND COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MINORS
Psychology 85 is limited to sophomore/junior/senior Cognitive Science premajors, Linguistics and Psychology majors, and Cognitive Science minors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any
sophomore/junior/senior may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
85
INTRO-COGNITIVE SCI
N
328-194-200 LEC
1
MW
9:30- 10:45A PAB
1434A
MCAULIFFE, S.P.
75
02
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND ABOVE,PRE-COGNITIVE SCIENCE AND LINGUISTICS AND PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MINORS
Psychology 100A, lecture 1, is limited to sophomore/junior/senior departmental premajors and Linguistics and Psychology majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Freshman departmental
premajors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting, as long as the mathematics requirement for the premajor is complete.
100A
PSYCHOLOGICAL STATS N
Y 328-304-200 LEC
1
TR
12:30- 1:45P
MS
4000A
ENDERS, C.K.
200
14
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND ABOVE,ANY PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT PREMAJORS OR LINGUISTICS AND PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS
Psychology 100A, lecture 2, is limited to sophomore/junior/senior departmental premajors and Linguistics and Psychology majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Freshman departmental
premajors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting, as long as the mathematics requirement for the premajor is complete.
Y 328-304-201 LEC
2
TR
3:30- 4:45P
FRANZ
1178
JAFFE, A.
200
16
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND ABOVE,ANY PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT PREMAJORS OR LINGUISTICS AND PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS
Psychology 100B, lecture 1, is limited to sophomore/junior/senior departmental premajors and Linguistics and Psychology majors. For Psychology 100B, the Psychology Department will cancel your
enrollment in the class and from the wait list if you do not attend the first week of your ASSIGNED laboratory section.
100B
RESEARCH METH-PSYCHN
Y -----------
LEC
1
M
2:00- 3:50P
MOORE
100
FIRSTENBERG, I.
288
30
SO 6.0
RESTRICT: SOPHOMORES AND ABOVE,ANY PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT PREMAJORS OR LINGUISTICS AND PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
328-305-201
328-305-202
328-305-203
328-305-204
328-305-205
328-305-206
328-305-207
328-305-208
328-305-209
328-305-210
328-305-211
328-305-212
328-305-213
328-305-214
328-305-215
328-305-216
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
1O
1P
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
WF
WF
WF
WF
WF
WF
WF
WF
8:00- 9:50A
9:00- 10:50A
10:00- 11:50A
11:00- 12:50P
12:00- 1:50P
1:00- 2:50P
2:00- 3:50P
3:00- 4:50P
8:00- 9:50A
9:00- 10:50A
10:00- 11:50A
11:00- 12:50P
12:00- 1:50P
1:00- 2:50P
2:00- 3:50P
3:00- 4:50P
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
2527
3435
2527
3435
2527
3435
2527
3435
2527
3435
2527
3435
2527
3435
2527
3435
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18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
Psychology 101 is limited to senior departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior departmental majors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
101
GENERAL PSYCH LAB
N
Y -----------
LEC
1
T
10:00- 10:50A GEOLOGY 3656
MCAULIFFE, S.P.
50
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Y 328-307-201 LAB
Y 328-307-202 LAB
1A
1B
R
R
9:00- 11:50A FRANZ
1:00- 3:50P FRANZ
3312
3312
MCAULIFFE, S.P.
MCAULIFFE, S.P.
25
25
0.0
0.0
Psychology 110 is limited to junior/senior departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior/senior departmental premajors and Neuroscience majors may enroll on the second
pass. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll beginning December 1, 2015, space permitting. For Psychology 110, you must attend the discussion section in which you are enrolled. Discussion sections
do not meet every week. Check your course syllabus for details.
110
FUND OF LEARNING
N
Y -----------
LEC
1
TR
8:00- 9:15A
MS
4000A
MINOR, T.R.
108
11
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
328-336-201
328-336-202
328-336-203
328-336-204
328-336-205
328-336-206
328-336-207
328-336-208
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
M
M
T
T
R
R
TBA
TBA
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
2288
2288
1571
1571
1571
1571
18
18
18
18
18
18
0
0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Psychology 112A is limited to senior departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior departmental majors, and junior/senior Psychbiology and Cognitive Science premajors
and Neuroscience majors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
112A
MOTIVATED BEHAVIOR
N
328-343-200 LEC
1
TR
2:00- 3:15P
FRANZ
3534
WASSUM, K.
45
15
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology 115 is limited to junior/senior departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior/senior departmental premajors, Linguistics and Psychology and Neuroscience majors, and Cognitive Science and Neuroscience minors may enroll on the second pass. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll beginning December 1, 2015, space permitting. For Psychology 115, you
must attend the discussion section in which you are enrolled. Discussion sections do not meet every week. Check your course syllabus for details.
115
BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCI N
Y -----------
LEC
1
WF
2:00- 3:15P
MOORE
100
BLAIR, H.T.
180
07
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
328-350-201
328-350-202
328-350-203
328-350-204
328-350-205
328-350-206
328-350-207
328-350-208
328-350-209
328-350-210
328-350-211
328-350-212
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
M
M
M
M
T
T
F
F
F
F
TBA
TBA
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
1571
1571
A279
A279
1571
1571
2288
2288
1571
1571
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
0
0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Psychology 116 is limited to senior Psychobiology majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior/senior Psychobiology and Neuroscience majors may enroll on the second pass. Winter
Quarter 2016 graduating seniors who are declared Psychobiology premajors may inquire about enrollment in 1531 Franz Hall when their second pass is active. Junior/senior Psychology majors and
Psychobiology premajors may inquire about enrollment in 1531 Franz Hall beginning December 1, 2015, space permitting.
116
BEHAVR NEUROSCI LAB N
Y -----------
LEC
1
$ 181 W
10:00- 10:50A FRANZ
2288
WONG, J.
20
A456
WONG, J.
20
02
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOBIOLOGY MAJORS
Y 328-357-201 LAB
1A
$ 181 W
1:00- 3:50P
FRANZ
0.0
Psychology M117B is limited to junior/senior Psychobiology premajors and majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any junior/senior may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
M117B
MOLEC&DVLP NEUROSCIN
-----------
LEC
1
TR
8:00- 9:50A
WGYOUNG CS24
SCHWEIZER, F.E.
16
11
SO 5.0
SAME AS: MCD BIO M175B,NEUROSC M101B,PHYSCI M180B
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOBIOLOGY, NEUROSCIENCE, OR PRE-PSYCHOBIOLOGY MAJORS
328-330-201
328-330-202
328-330-203
328-330-204
328-330-205
328-330-206
328-330-207
328-330-208
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
8:00- 9:20A
9:30- 10:50A
11:00- 12:20P
12:30- 1:50P
8:00- 9:20A
9:30- 10:50A
11:00- 12:20P
12:30- 1:50P
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
LAKRETZ
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
GEOLOGY
120
120
120
120
4660
4660
4660
4660
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Psychology 118 is limited to junior/senior Psychobiology majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior/senior Psychology and Neuroscience majors and Psychobiology premajors may
enroll on the second pass, space permitting. Any junior/senior may enroll beginning December 1, 2015, space permitting.
118
COMPARTV PSYCHOBIOLN
328-360-200 LEC
1
MW
5:00- 6:15P
FRANZ
3534
COX, C.R.
50
09
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOBIOLOGY MAJORS
Psychology 119A is limited to senior Psychobiology and Cognitive Science majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior Psychobiology and Cognitive Science majors, and junior/senior
Psychobiology and Cognitive Science premajors, Psychology majors, and Neuroscience majors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
119A
EMOTION & COGNITION N
328-326-200 LEC
1
MW
9:30- 10:45A FRANZ
A279
IZQUIERDO EDLER, A
45
02
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology 119E is limited to senior Psychobiology and Cognitive Science majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior Psychobiology and Cognitive Science majors, and junior/senior
Psychobiology and Cognitive Science premajors, Psychology majors, and Neuroscience majors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
119E
STRESS&BODILY DSEAS N
328-376-200 LEC
1
TR
9:30- 10:45A FRANZ
3534
GRIJALVA, C.V.
50
12
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology M119O is limited to senior Psychobiology and Cognitive Science majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior Psychobiology and Cognitive Science majors, and junior/senior
Psychobiology and Cognitive Science premajors, Psychology majors, and Neuroscience majors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
M119O
PSYCHOLOGY OF AGING N
328-411-200 LEC
1
R
4:00- 6:50P
KNSY PV
1240B
HILL, A.
50
16
SO 4.0
SAME AS: GRNTLGY M119O
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology 119Q is limited to senior Psychobiology and Cognitive Science majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior Psychobiology and Cognitive Science majors, and junior/senior
Psychobiology and Cognitive Science premajors, Psychology majors, and Neuroscience majors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
119Q
PSYBIO-SLEEP&DREAMS N
328-323-200 LEC
1
F
9:00- 11:50A FRANZ
A279
MCGINTY, D.J.
45
03
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology 120A is limited to junior/senior departmental majors, Linguistics and Psychology majors, and Cognitive Science minors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior/senior departmental premajors and Neuroscience majors and minors may enroll on the second pass. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll beginning December 1, 2015, space permitting. For Psychology 120A,
you must attend the discussion section in which you are enrolled. Discussion sections do not meet every week. Check your course syllabus for details.
120A
COGNITIVE PSYCH
N
Y -----------
LEC
1
TR
8:00- 9:15A
FRANZ
1178
MONTI, M.M.
180
11
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR LINGUISTICS AND PSYCHOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS OR
COGNITIVE SCIENCE MINORS
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
328-449-201
328-449-202
328-449-203
328-449-204
328-449-205
328-449-206
328-449-207
328-449-208
328-449-209
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
M
M
M
M
T
T
W
W
F
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
3:30- 4:20P
4:30- 5:20P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
1571
1571
1571
1571
A279
A279
1571
1571
1571
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Winter 2016
PSYCHOLOGY / 169
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
Y 328-449-210 DIS
Y 328-449-211 DIS
Y 328-449-212 DIS
SEC
1J
1K
1L
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
F
TBA
TBA
2:00- 2:50P
FRANZ
1571
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
18
0
0
UNITS
0.0
0.0
0.0
Psychology 120B is limited to junior/senior departmental majors and Cognitive Science minors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior/senior departmental premajors and Neuroscience
majors and minors may enroll on the second pass. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll beginning December 1, 2015, space permitting. For Psychology 120B, you must attend the discussion section
in which you are enrolled. Discussion sections do not meet every week. Check your course syllabus for details.
120B
SENSATION&PERCPTION N
Y -----------
LEC
1
MW
11:00- 12:15P MOORE
100
SHAMS, L.
144
04
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR LINGUISTICS AND PSYCHOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS OR
COGNITIVE SCIENCE MINORS
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
328-450-201
328-450-202
328-450-203
328-450-204
328-450-205
328-450-206
328-450-207
328-450-208
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
M
M
W
W
R
R
F
F
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
11:00- 11:50A
12:00- 12:50P
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
3435
3435
1571
1571
1571
1571
2288
2288
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Psychology 121 is limited to senior Cognitive Science, Psychology, and Linguistics and Psychology majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior Cognitive Science, Psychology, and
Linguistics and Psychology majors, and Cognitive Science minors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting. Winter Quarter thru Summer Quarter 2016 graduating seniors who are declared
Cognitive Science premajors may inquire about enrollment in 1531 Franz Hall when their second pass is active.
121
LAB-COGNITIVE PSYCH N
Y 328-397-200 LAB
1
TR
10:00- 11:50A FRANZ
3351
HOLYOAK, K.
24
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY, COGNITIVE SCIENCE, AND LINGUSTICS AND PSYCHOLOGY
Y 328-397-201 LAB
2
TR
2:00- 3:50P
FRANZ
3351
CHENG, P.
24
30
SO 4.0
24
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY, COGNITIVE SCIENCE, AND LINGUSTICS AND PSYCHOLOGY
Y 328-397-203 LAB
3
MW
9:00- 10:50A FRANZ
3351
ERLIKHMAN, G.
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY, COGNITIVE SCIENCE, AND LINGUSTICS AND PSYCHOLOGY
Psychology 124C is limited to senior Cognitive Science premajors, majors, and minors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior Cognitive Science premajors, majors, and minors, junior/
senior Psychology and Psychobiology premajors and majors, Linguistics and Psychology majors, and Neuroscience majors and minors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
124C
HUMAN MEMORY
N
328-407-200 LEC
1
F
12:00- 2:50P
FRANZ
A279
CASTEL, A.D.
40
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PRE-COGNITIVE SCIENCE AND COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MINORS
Psychology 124J is limited to junior/senior Cognitive Science majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior/senior Psychobiology and Psychology majors may enroll on the second pass,
space permitting. Junior/senior Cognitive Science premajors and minors who have completed Psychology 100A, 100B, and 120A or 120B may inquire about enrollment in 1531 Franz Hall when their
second pass is active.
124J
PERCEPTN&LEARN&TECHN
328-441-200 SEM 1
TR
2:00- 3:15P
FRANZ
A279
KELLMAN, P.
40
30
SO 4.0
BAKER, B.L.
12
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology 125B is limited to students in the Fernald Internship Program.
125B
DVLPMNTL PSYCHOPATHN
328-453-200 LAB
1
TR
4:00- 5:30P
FERNALD 100
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Psychology 126 is limited to senior departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior departmental majors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
126
CLINICAL PSYCH LAB
N
Y 328-432-200 LAB
1
MW
1:00- 2:50P
FRANZ
3312
CRASKE, M.
26
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology 127A is limited to junior/senior departmental premajors and majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
127A
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGYN Y 328-472-200 LEC
1
TR
11:00- 12:15P FRANZ
1178
REPETTI, R.L.
225
13
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,DEPARTMENT PREMAJORS AND MAJORS
Psychology 127C is limited to junior/senior departmental premajors, majors, and Applied Developmental Psychology minors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any sophomore/junior/senior
may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
127C
ABN PSYCH-DEVLPMTL N
328-318-200 LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:15P
HAINES
39
LEE, S.S.
300
07
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,DEPARTMENT PREMAJORS AND MAJORS OR ADP MINORS
Psychology 130 is limited to junior/senior departmental premajors, majors, Linguistics and Psychology majors, and Applied Developmental Psychology and Cognitive Science minors on the priority
and first enrollment passes. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
130
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHN
-----------
LEC
1
TR
8:00- 9:15A
HUMANTS A51
ANKOWSKI, A.N.
180
11
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,DEPARTMENT PREMAJORS AND MAJORS, LING & PSYCH MAJORS, ADP AND COG SCI MINORS
328-426-201
328-426-202
328-426-203
328-426-204
328-426-205
328-426-206
328-426-207
328-426-208
328-426-209
328-426-210
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
M
M
T
T
W
W
W
W
R
R
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
BOELTER
BOELTER
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
1571
1571
A279
A279
5280
5280
A279
A279
1571
1571
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Psychology 131 is limited to senior departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior departmental majors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
131
RSRCH-DVLPMNT PSYCHN
Y 328-431-200 LAB
1
MW
11:00- 12:50P FRANZ
A279
SANDHOFER, C.M.
24
30
LG 4.0
24
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Y 328-431-201 LAB
2
TR
9:30- 11:20A FRANZ
A279
GIVVIN, K.B.
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology 133A is limited to junior/senior departmental premajors and majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
133A
ADOLESCENT DVLPMNT N
328-452-200 LEC
1
MW
11:00- 12:15P FOWLER
A103B
JUVONEN, J.H.
225
04
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,DEPARTMENT PREMAJORS AND MAJORS
Psychology 133E is limited to junior/senior departmental premajors, majors, Linguistics and Psychology majors, and Applied Developmental Psychology and Cognitive Science minors on the priority
and first enrollment passes. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
133E
PERCEPTUAL DEVLPMNTN
328-464-200 LEC
1
TR
2:00- 3:15P
WGYOUNG CS76
JOHNSON, S.P.
225
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,DEPARTMENT PREMAJORS AND MAJORS, LING & PSYCH MAJORS, ADP AND COG SCI MINORS
Psychology 134B is limited to students in the Applied Developmental Psychology minor.
134B
PRSCHL&SCHL CARE&EDN
328-478-200 LEC
1
MW
1:00- 2:30P
FRANZ
3534
GROSS, E.F.
32
06
LG 4.0
GROSS, E.F.
32
30
PN 2.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Psychology 134E is limited to students in the Applied Developmental Psychology minor.
134E
ADV FLD-APL DV PSYC
N
328-481-200 FLD
1
VAR
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Psychology 135 is limited to junior/senior departmental premajors and majors and Communication Studies majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll
on the second pass, space permitting. For Psychology 135, you must attend the discussion section in which you are enrolled. Discussion sections do not meet every week. Check your course syllabus
for details.
135
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
N
Y -----------
LEC
1
TR
9:30- 10:45A DODD
121
SMURDA, J.D.
108
12
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,ANY PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT PREMAJORS OR MAJORS OR COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJORS
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
328-466-201
328-466-202
328-466-203
328-466-204
328-466-205
328-466-206
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
M
M
W
W
R
R
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
FRANZ
3435
3435
A279
A279
A279
A279
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
18
18
18
18
18
18
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
170 / PSYCHOLOGY
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
Psychology 136A, laboratory 1, is limited to senior departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior departmental majors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
136A
SOCIAL PSYCH LAB
N
Y 328-475-200 LAB
1
TR
12:30- 2:50P
PAB
1749
JOHNSON, K.
24
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology 136A, laboratory 2, is limited to senior departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior departmental majors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
Y 328-475-201 LAB
2
TR
12:00- 2:20P
FRANZ
1571
SMURDA, J.D.
24
30
SO 4.0
Psychology M137B is limited to junior/senior departmental premajors and majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll on the second pass, space
permitting.
M137B
BODY LANGUAGE
N
328-522-200 LEC
1
TR
9:30- 10:45A BUNCHE
2209A
JOHNSON, K.
30
30
SO 4.0
SAME AS: COMM ST M113
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,DEPARTMENT PREMAJORS AND MAJORS
Psychology M144 is limited to junior/senior departmental premajors and majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll on the second pass, space permitting, as long as an introductory statistics course has been completed.
M144
MEASUREMNT&ITS APPSN
328-524-200 LEC
1
TR
2:00- 3:15P
FRANZ
2288
BENTLER, P.M.
15
15
SO 4.0
SAME AS: STATS M154
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,DEPARTMENT PREMAJORS AND MAJORS
Psychology 150 is limited to junior/senior departmental premajors and majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any sophomore/junior/senior may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
150
INTR-HEALTH PSYCHLG N
328-600-200 LEC
1
MWF
2:00- 2:50P
FOWLER
A103B
ROBLES, T.F.
225
07
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,DEPARTMENT PREMAJORS AND MAJORS
Psychology 151 is limited to senior departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior departmental majors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
151
RESRCH-HEALTH PSYCH N
328-606-200 LAB
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
FRANZ
2288
THE STAFF
24
07
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology 152 is limited to junior/senior departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior/senior departmental premajors may enroll on the second pass. Any sophomore/
junior/senior may enroll beginning December 1, 2015, space permitting.
152
MIND-BODY HEALTH
N
328-608-200 LEC
1
TR
12:30- 1:45P
WGYOUNG CS24
BOWER, J.E.
200
14
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
M165
PSYCH OF GENDER
N
328-593-200 LEC
1
WF
11:00- 12:15P HAINES
A2
ELSESSER, K.M.
125
04
SO 4.0
MW
12:30- 1:45P
A2
JACKSON, P.A.
100
30
SO 4.0
SAME AS: GENDER M165
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE
174
HEALTH DISPARITIES
N
328-623-200 LEC
1
HAINES
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE
Psychology 184A is limited to students in the Psychology Research Opportunity Program (PROPS).
184A
PROPS SEMINAR
185
RESEARCH PRACTICUM N
N
328-801-200 SEM 1
JUVONEN, J.H.
24
30
PN 2.0
VAR
W
9:00- 10:30A FRANZ
3534
BJORK, E.L.
0
30
PN 3.0
VAR
CRASKE, M.
0
30
PN 3.0
VAR
SHAPIRO, J.R.
0
30
PN 3.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
328-811-201 LAB
1
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
328-811-202 LAB
2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
328-811-203 LAB
3
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Psychology 186B is limited to senior Cognitive Science majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior Cognitive Science majors and junior/senior Psychology majors and Cognitive Science
minors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting. Winter Quarter thru Summer Quarter 2016 graduating seniors who are declared Cognitive Science premajors may inquire about enrollment in
1531 Franz Hall when their second pass is active.
186B
COG SCI-NEURL NTWRK N
Y 328-674-200 LAB
1
MWF
1:30- 2:45P
FRANZ
3351
LIU, Z.
26
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology 186C is limited to senior Cognitive Science majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior Cognitive Science majors and junior/senior Psychology majors and Cognitive Science
minors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting. Winter Quarter thru Summer Quarter 2016 graduating seniors who are declared Cognitive Science premajors may inquire about enrollment in
1531 Franz Hall when their second pass is active.
186C
COG SCI-PSYCHOPHYSC N
Y 328-689-200 LAB
1
MWF
12:00- 1:15P
FRANZ
3351
ERLIKHMAN, G.
26
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
For Psychology 188A, e-mail the instructor prior to the first course meeting. Include name, ID number, major, class standing, and a brief syayement (no more than 250 words) expressing reasons
for wanting to take the course.
188A
SPECIAL SEMINARS
N
328-829-201 SEM 1
TR
9:30- 10:45A MS
3915D
RISSMAN, J.A.
24
12
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Psychology 188A, seminar 1: Legal, Ethical, and Societal Implications of Cognitive Neuroscience
Psychology 188B, lecture 1, is limited to senior departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Junior departmental majors may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
188B
SPECIAL COURSES
N
328-830-200 LEC
1
TR
12:30- 1:45P
FRANZ
3534
ZAIDEL, D.
40
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SENIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology 188B, seminar 1: Brain and Art
Psychology 188B, lecture 2, is limited to junior/senior departmental majors on the priority and first enrollment passes. Any junior/senior may enroll on the second pass, space permitting.
328-830-202 LEC
2
W
9:00- 11:50A PAB
1749
HUO, Y.J.
30
30
SO 4.0
GRIJALVA, C.V.
RISSMAN, J.A.
RAMIREZ, G.
1
1
1
30
30
30
LG 1.0
LG 1.0
LG 1.0
EISENBERGER, N.I.
25
30
LG 2.0
THE STAFF
0
30
PN 4.0
0
30
PN 2.0
0
30
PN 1.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,PSYCHOLOGY OR PSYCHOBIOLOGY OR COGNITIVE SCIENCE MAJORS
Psychology 188B, seminar 2: Psychology of Diversity
188SB
INDIV STD FOR USIE
N
328-832-201 TUT
328-832-202 TUT
328-832-203 TUT
1
2
3
UNSCHED
UNSCHED
UNSCHED
Psychology 191BH is limited to students who have been accepted into the departmental honors program.
191BH
DEPT HONORS SEMINAR N
328-848-201 SEM 1
W
3:00- 4:50P
WGYOUNG 1044
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
192
EDUCATION PRACTICES N
328-690-201 SEM 1
VAR
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
194A
INTERNSHIP SEMINAR
194B
RESEARCH GROUP SEM N
N
328-864-201 SEM 1
F
9:00- 10:50A FRANZ
1571
F
3:00- 3:50P
FRANZ
3621C
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
328-865-201 SEM 1
JUVONEN, J.H.
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
C194D
RESEARCH GRP PRACTMN
328-867-201 SEM 1
M
4:00- 4:50P
FRANZ
6461
BJORK, E.L.
0
30
PN 1.0
F
12:00- 12:50P FRANZ
3243
CRASKE, M.
0
30
PN 1.0
R
5:00- 6:15P
3435
SHAPIRO, J.R.
0
30
PN 1.0
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
328-867-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
328-867-203 SEM 3
FRANZ
RESTRICT: DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Psychology 200C is limited to psychology graduate students until December 7, 2015, when any graduate student may enroll, space permitting.
200C
REPRESENTNL PROCESSN
728-002-200 LEC
1
T
12:30- 3:20P
FRANZ
6461
BLAISDELL, A.P.
10
30
SO 4.0
F
12:00- 1:20P
FRANZ
6461
WASSUM, K.
10
30
SU 1.0
MW
8:30- 9:45A
FRANZ
3621C
KENNEDY, P.J.
12
30
SO 4.0
FRANZ
8461C
KRASNE, F.
15
30
SU 1.0
15
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
201
LEARNING AND BEHAVR N
728-008-200 DIS
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
207B
SEM-PHYSIO PSYCH
N
728-044-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 207B, seminar 1: Epigenetic and Transcriptional Mechanisms of Neuropsychiatric Disorders
212
RSCH LIT-PHYSL PSYC
N
728-073-200 LEC
1
R
12:30- 1:50P
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 215A is limited to psychology graduate students. Nonpsychology graduate students should consult the instructor about enrollment availability.
215A
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
N
728-091-200 LEC
1
W
11:00- 11:50A FRANZ
2288
STANTON, A.L.
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
PUBLIC HEALTH / 171
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
15
30
SO 4.0
15
30
SO 4.0
UNITS
Psychology 217 is limited to psychology graduate students until December 7, 2015, when any graduate student may enroll, space permitting.
217
TOPICS-HEALTH PSYCH N
728-103-200 SEM 1
T
12:30- 3:20P
FRANZ
5461
ROBLES, T.F.
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 217, seminar 1: Social Relationships and Health
Psychology 220B is limited to psychology graduate students. Nonpsychology graduate students should consult the instructor about enrollment availability.
220B
RSRCH-SOCIAL PSYCH
N
728-121-200 LEC
1
T
9:30- 12:20P FRANZ
5461
EISENBERGER, N.I.
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 240C is limited to psychology graduate students until December 7, 2015, when any graduate student may enroll, space permitting.
240C
DVLPMT PSYCHOBIOLGYN
728-243-200 LEC
1
W
12:00- 2:50P
FRANZ
1571
GALVAN, A.
15
30
SO 4.0
3:00- 4:15P
FRANZ
3534
LU, H.
42
08
SO 4.0
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
FRANZ
FRANZ
3290
3290
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 250B is limited to psychology graduate students.
250B
ADV PSYCHO STATISTI
N
-----------
LEC
1
MW
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
728-301-201 DIS
728-301-202 DIS
1A
1B
F
F
21
21
0.0
0.0
Psychology 256A is limited to psychology graduate students until December 7, 2014, when any graduate student may enroll, space permitting.
256A
MULTILEVEL MODELING N
728-338-200 LEC
1
WF
11:00- 12:15P FRANZ
3534
KRULL, J.L.
15
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology M257 is limited to psychology graduate students until December 7, 2015, when any graduate student may enroll, space permitting.
M257
MULT ANLY&LATENT VR N
728-342-200 LEC
1
TR
11:00- 12:15P FRANZ
2288
BENTLER, P.M.
10
30
SO 4.0
9:30- 11:50A FRANZ
2220
CRASKE, M.
13
30
LG 4.0
1:00- 2:20P
FRANZ
2220
CRASKE, M.
13
30
SU 2.0
8:00- 9:15A
FRANZ
2220
YEE-BRADBURY, C.M.
13
30
SU 2.0
2:00- 3:50P
FRANZ
2227
TUOHY, D.
15
30
LG 2.0
2:00- 4:50P
GEOLOGY 6704
MAYS, V.M.
10
30
SO 4.0
SAME AS: POL SCI M208D,STATS M242
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 270B is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.
270B
FOUNDATN-CLIN PSYCH N
728-422-200 LEC
1
TR
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 271B is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.
271B
CLNCL PSYCHO MTHDS N
728-427-200 LAB
1
T
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 271E is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.
271E
CLINICAL RESRCH LAB
N
728-424-200 LAB
1
R
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 273B is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.
273B
PROF&ETHC-CLNC PSYC N
M274
RACIAL&ETH MINR POP N
728-445-200 LEC
1
T
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
728-449-200 LEC
1
M
SAME AS: HLT POL M274
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 276 is limited to psychology graduate students until December 7, 2015, when any graduate student may enroll, space permitting.
276
CHILDREN-LRNG&BHVRLN
728-458-200 LEC
1
R
12:30- 3:20P
FRANZ
3621C
ADELMAN, H.S.
10
30
SO 4.0
2220
CHUNG, A.S.
13
30
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 277A is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.
277A
ADV CLINICL ASESMNT
N
728-464-200 LEC
1
W
9:00- 10:50A FRANZ
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology M288B is limited to psychology graduate students until December 7, 2015, when any graduate student may enroll, space permitting.
M288B
NEUROIMAGING II
N
728-529-200 LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
SEMEL
17364
COHEN, M.S.
10
30
LG 4.0
5461
REPETTI, R.L.
13
30
1.0
YEE-BRADBURY, C.M.
55
30
LG 1.0-12.0
TBA
TUOHY, D.
10
30
LG 4.0
TBA
THE STAFF
10
30
LG 2.0
TOMIYAMA, A.J.
25
30
SU 2.0
YEE-BRADBURY, C.M.
20
30
SU 8.0-12.0
3
30
SU 4.0
HAYES-BAUTISTA, D.
20
30
LG 4.0
MCCARTHY, W.J.
5
5
5
5
0
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 1.0
SAME AS: NEURO M284B,PSYCTRY M284B
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 289B is limited to first-year graduate students in clinical psychology. Consult instructor for first meeting.
289B
CUR ISS-CLNCL PSYCH N
728-535-200 SEM 1
R
2:00- 2:50P
FRANZ
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 401 is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.
401
FLDWRK-CLINCL PSYCH N
728-601-200 FLD
1
VAR
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 410B is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.
410B
CLIN TCHNG&SUPRVISN N
728-661-200 CLI
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Psychology 410E is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.
410E
CLNCL ASSESS SPRVSN N
728-664-200 CLI
1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
For Psychology 425, nonpsychology graduate students and undergraduates may enroll by PTE number. See the instructor.
425
HLTH PSYCH LECT SRS
N
728-685-200 LEC
1
W
12:00- 12:50P FRANZ
5461
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Psychology 451 is limited to graduate students in clinical psychology.
451
INTERNSHP-CLIN PSYC N
728-700-200 FLD
1
VAR
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
495
PRESEN-PSYCH MATERL N
728-793-200 SEM 1
R
12:00- 12:50P FRANZ
3423
RESTRICT: PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS
PUBLIC HEALTH
M106
HLTH-CHICANO/LATINO N
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LEC
1
T
3:00- 5:50P
HAINES
A18
ROLFE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
3134
3211
3211
3143
SAME AS: CHICANO CM106
188SB
INDIV STD FOR USIE
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
TUT
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
W
R
R
W
VAR
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
9:00- 9:50A
N
330-336-201
330-336-202
330-336-203
330-336-204
330-798-201
N
N
N
N
317-030-200
317-031-200
317-306-200
317-793-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
1
1
1
MW
R
MW
R
12:00- 1:50P
2:00- 4:50P
10:00- 11:50A
1:00- 2:50P
ROYCE
PUB AFF
PERLOFF
BUNCHE
190
1222
1102
2150
STOLL, M.A.
DUKAKIS, M.S.
THE STAFF
CARNESALE, A.
120
60
125
14
05
30
03
16
SO
LG
LG
LG
317-822-200 SEM 1
717-012-200 LEC 1
W
MW
2:00- 4:50P BUNCHE
9:00- 10:20A PUB AFF
3117
1234
TUTTLE, R.
PETERSON, M.A.
20
70
30
30
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
SHAH, M.
70
20
LG 4.0
DUKAKIS, M.S.
0
30
LG 4.0
YIN, W.E.
70
12
LG 4.0
PUBLIC POLICY
10A
10B
C101
CM182
INTRO-PUBLIC POLICY
CALIFORNIA PLCY ISS
DRUG ABUSE CONTROL
SCI&TECH&PUBLC PLCY
187
202
RESEARCH SEMINAR
Y
AMRCN POL INSTITTNS N
5.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SAME AS: EL ENGR CM182
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
204
MICROECON THEORY 2 N
717-024-200 LEC
1
TBA
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
205
LDRSHP&PBLC MANAGERN
717-031-200 LEC
1
W
2:30- 5:20P
PUB AFF
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
208
MTHDS-POLCY ANLYS 2 N
717-048-200 LEC
1
TR
9:30- 10:50A PUB AFF
1246
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
172 / RELIGION, STUDY OF
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
M220
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
LAND USE-URBAN FORM N
CLS
TYP
717-121-200 LEC
SEC
FEE
1
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
TR
2:00- 3:15P
PUB AFF
2214
MASON, J.I.
5
30
LG 4.0
5:00- 7:50P
PUB AFF
1015A
WONG, N.
0
30
LG 4.0
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
3117
FLEMING, M.F.
5
30
SO 4.0
R
2:00- 4:50P
PUB AFF
1222
MITCHELL, D.J.
20
30
LG 4.0
MW
10:00- 11:50A PERLOFF 1102
THE STAFF
5
03
LG 4.0
R
2:00- 4:50P
STORPER, M.C.
15
30
LG 4.0
W
12:00- 12:50P
TR
8:00- 9:50A
HLTHSCI
43105A SCHWEITZER, S.O.
0
30
LG 4.0
T
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
3164
REBER, S.J.
30
30
LG 4.0
W
3:00- 5:50P
DODD
178
AKEE, R.K.
5
30
LG 4.0
19
16
LG 4.0
UNITS
SAME AS: URBN PL M250
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
M224A
GEOG INFO SYSTEMS
N
717-144-200 LEC
1
T
SAME AS: URBN PL M206A
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
M227
NONPROFT-ST&CIV SOC N
717-162-200 LEC
1
R
SAME AS: SOC WLF M290S,URBN PL M287
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
233
EMPLNT ISSUES-CALIF
C235
DRUG ABUSE CONTROL N
N
717-198-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
717-210-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M240
REGNL ECON DVLPMT 1 N
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LEC
1
SAME AS: GEOG M236A,URBN PL M236A
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
717-240-201 DIS
1A
15
0.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M268
MICECNM THR-HL SECT Y
717-408-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: HLT POL M236
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
M269
HLT CARE PLCY&FINAN N
717-414-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: HLT POL M269
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
M270
ECON DEVELOPMENT
N
717-420-200 SEM 1
SAME AS: AM IND M200D
RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING, PUBLIC POLICY, AND SOCIAL WELFARE GRADUATE STUDENTS
CM282
SCI&TECH&PUBLC PLCY N
717-495-200 LEC
1
R
1:00- 2:50P
PUB AFF
CARNESALE, A.
SAME AS: EL ENGR CM282
290
TOPCS-PUBLIC POLICY N
717-540-201 DIS
1
T
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
3123
AKEE, R.K.
20
30
LG 4.0
M
3:00- 5:50P
HAINES
A6
AKEE, R.K.
20
30
LG 4.0
REBER, S.J.
20
30
LG 4.0
MW
2:00- 4:50P
HAINES
A28
SHAH, M.
20
30
LG 4.0
R
1:00- 3:50P
BUNCHE
3123
STOLL, M.A.
20
30
LG 4.0
R
5:30- 8:00P
LAW
NETANEL, N.W.
9
30
LG 4.0
30
30
SU 2.0
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
717-540-202 DIS
2
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
717-540-203 DIS
3
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
717-540-204 DIS
4
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
717-540-205 DIS
5
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
717-540-206 DIS
6
RESTRICT: URBAN PLANNING, PUBLIC POLICY, AND SOCIAL WELFARE GRADUATE STUDENTS
Public Policy 290, discussion 6: What Drives Innovation?
297C
PUBLIC POLICY ANLY
N
717-584-200 ACT 1
UNSCHED
KOLODZIEJCZAK, M.
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
298A
APPLD POLCY PRJCT 1
Y
298B
APPLD PLCY PROJ II
Y
717-587-201 SEM 1
UNSCHED
DE SHAZO, G.M.
2
30
SU 2.0
DE SHAZO, G.M.
20
30
LG 6.0
20
30
LG 6.0
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
717-591-201 SEM 1
TBA
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
717-591-202 SEM 2
T
9:00- 11:50A HAINES
A20
SHAH, M.
9:00- 11:50A HAINES
122
VILLASENOR, J.D.
20
30
LG 6.0
2:00- 4:50P
3117
YIN, W.E.
20
30
LG 6.0
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
717-591-203 SEM 3
T
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
717-591-204 SEM 4
T
BUNCHE
RESTRICT: PUBLIC POLICY GRADUATE STUDENTS
298C
APPLD PLCY PROJ III
Y
717-592-201 SEM 1
UNSCHED
DE SHAZO, G.M.
1
30
LG 2.0
UNSCHED
SHAH, M.
1
30
LG 2.0
UNSCHED
VILLASENOR, J.D.
1
30
LG 2.0
UNSCHED
YIN, W.E.
1
30
LG 2.0
02
SO 5.0
04
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
717-592-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
717-592-203 SEM 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
717-592-204 SEM 4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
RELIGION, STUDY OF
M40
CHRISTNTY EAST&WEST N
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LEC
1
MW
9:30- 10:45A DODD
175
VROON, R.W.
0
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1
W
R
R
MW
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
11:00- 12:15P
DODD
BUNCHE
BOTANY
PUB AFF
167
3153
133
2214
VROON, R.W.
LANFER, P.
0
0
0
20
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
R
R
R
R
MW
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
11:00- 12:15P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
2156
2156
2156
2156
1246
BUSWELL, R.E.
5
5
5
5
10
1A
1B
1C
1
W
W
W
MWF
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
ROYCE
ROYCE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
164
164
2150
2232
SAIEDI, N.
5
5
0
10
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
1
MW
12:30- 1:45P
HAINES
A18
SAYEED, A.
30
30
SO 5.0
W
W
W
R
TBA
R
MW
MW
2:00- 2:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
10:00- 10:50A
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
LAKRETZ
2156
2156
2156
101
12:00- 12:50P MS
11:00- 12:15P BUNCHE
9:30- 10:45A DODD
5233
3164
154
SCULL, K.R.
BAKHOS, C.A.
5
5
5
5
5
5
40
25
04
02
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 4.0
SO 4.0
SAME AS: SLAVC M40
M50
JUDSM&CHRISTN&ISLAMN
327-120-201
327-120-202
327-120-203
-----------
SAME AS: AN N EA M50B,M E STD M50B
M60W
INTRO TO BUDDHISM
Y
327-150-201
327-150-202
327-150-203
327-150-204
Y -----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SAME AS: ASIAN M60W
M105B
BAHA’I FAITH - IRAN
N
Y 327-181-201 DIS
Y 327-181-202 DIS
Y 327-181-203 DIS
327-331-200 LEC
SAME AS: IRANIAN M105B
M107
ISLAM IN WEST
N
-----------
LEC
SAME AS: ARABIC M107,ISLM ST M107
110
150
RELIGION & VIOLENCE N
WOMEN&GENDER&RELIGNN
327-342-201
327-342-202
327-342-203
327-342-204
327-342-205
327-342-206
327-360-200
327-600-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
SCANDINAVIAN SECTION / 173
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
M155
MYSTC&MAGC&KABBALAHN
M161D
BUDDHISM IN INDIA
CLS
TYP
327-630-200 LEC
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
1
MW
2:00- 3:15P
ROYCE
164
THE STAFF
10
07
SO 4.0
1
TBA
SCHOPEN, G.R.
0
20
LG 4.0
SEC
FEE
UNITS
SAME AS: JEWISH M155
N
-----------
LEC
SAME AS: S ASIAN CM160
177
VARIABLE TOPICS
N
327-669-201 DIS 1A
327-669-202 DIS 1B
327-762-200 SEM 1
F
F
TR
9:00- 9:50A ROLFE
10:00- 10:50A PUB AFF
12:30- 1:45P PUB AFF
3134
1323
2232
GILLESPIE, R.T.
0
0
35
30
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
N
327-768-200 SEM 1
T
2:00- 4:50P
KNSY PV
1240B
BAKHOS, C.A.
40
30
SO 4.0
MW
TR
9:30- 10:45A PUB AFF
12:30- 1:45P BUNCHE
2242
1221A
GILLESPIE, R.T.
CIFOLA, B.
25
5
02
14
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
BAKHOS, C.A.
15
30
SO 4.0
KARLSSON, E.J.
KARLSSON, E.J.
KARLSSON, E.J.
BALL, K.A.
25
25
25
40
30
30
06
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
WEN, P.J.
88
30
LG 5.0
BALL, K.A.
LUNDE, A.O.
TANGHERLINI, T.R.
LUNDE, A.O.
WEN, P.J.
22
22
22
22
40
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
UNSCHED
LUNDE, A.O.
5
30
SO 2.0
UNSCHED
SHIDELER, R.P.
5
30
SO 2.0
UNSCHED
TANGHERLINI, T.R.
5
30
SO 2.0
UNSCHED
WEN, P.J.
5
30
SO 2.0
LUNDE, A.O.
TANGHERLINI, T.R.
LUNDE, A.O.
5
5
5
30
30
30
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
ACOSTA, M.R.
20
30
PN 2.0
Study of Religion 177, seminar 1:
M178
VARIABLE TOPICS
SAME AS: M E STD M178
180
M185D
RELIGN&CRITCL THGHT N
RELIGION-ANCT NR EA N
327-780-200 LEC
327-813-200 LEC
1
1
SAME AS: AN N EA M185D,HIST M185D
191
ADV SEMINR-RELIGION N
327-846-200 SEM 1
TBA
218-006-200
218-015-200
218-063-200
218-122-200
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
TR
SCANDINAVIAN SECTION
Scandinavian
2
5
21
40
ELEMENTARY SWEDISH Y
INTERMED SWEDISH
Y
ELEMENTARY DANISH
N
HERO JRNY-MYTH&LEGDN
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1
1
1
1
10:00- 10:50A
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
9:30- 10:45A
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROYCE
ROYCE
3108
3108
150
160
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
For Scandinavian 50W, the department will cancel your enrollment if you do not attend at least one of the first two class meetings.
After the first week of classes, wait-listed students may enroll only with permission to enroll obtained from the instructor.
50W
INTRO-SCAN LIT&CLTR
Y
Y -----------
LEC
1
MW
12:00- 12:50P ROYCE
362
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
W
TR
M
1:00- 1:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
2:00- 2:50P
12:30- 1:45P
11:00- 12:15P
2:00- 4:50P
2:00- 3:15P
2:00- 3:50P
3134
A26
A6
1329
167
3116
3121
150
3129
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Y
Y
Y
Y
138
C145A
C163A
C166A
C180
VIKINGS
HENRIK IBSEN
INTRO-DANISH CINEMA
INGMAR BERGMAN
LIT&SCANDVN SOCIETY
N
N
N
N
N
187FL
RDNGS-SCANDINAVIAN N
218-152-201
218-152-202
218-152-203
218-152-204
218-529-200
218-572-200
218-678-200
218-696-200
218-780-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
SEM
SEM
SEM
SEM
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
1
1
1
1
ROLFE
HUMANTS
HAINES
PUB AFF
DODD
ROLFE
ROLFE
ROYCE
ROLFE
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
218-826-201 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
218-826-202 SEM 2
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
218-826-203 SEM 3
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
218-826-204 SEM 4
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
C245A
C263A
C266A
HENRIK IBSEN
N
INTRO-DANISH CINEMA N
INGMAR BERGMAN
N
618-271-200 SEM 1
618-380-200 SEM 1
618-397-200 SEM 1
TR
W
TR
11:00- 12:15P ROLFE
2:00- 4:50P ROLFE
2:00- 3:15P ROYCE
3116
3121
150
408-002-200 SEM 1
T
3:30- 4:45P
UES
W
3:00- 4:20P
WGYOUNG 3069
W
5:00- 7:50P
WGYOUNG 1044
SCIENCE EDUCATION
1SL
ELEMNTRY SCHOOL SCI N
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
408-002-201 SEM 2
TBA
RUSSELL, A.A.
20
30
PN 2.0
22
30
PN 2.0
GOMEZ, M.C.
25
30
LG 5.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
10SL
MIDDLE SCHOOL SCI
N
100SL
HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE N
408-032-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
408-305-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
SLAVIC, EAST EUROPEAN, AND EURASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
Hungarian
101B
ELEMENTRY HUNGARIANN
417-307-200 LEC
1
TR
11:00- 12:20P HUMANTS 305
BORBELY, M.
10
30
SO 4.0
ADV TUTORIAL INSTR
ADV TUTORIAL INSTR
N
N
419-824-200 TUT
419-825-200 TUT
1
1
R
T
3:30- 4:50P
5:00- 6:20P
HUMANTS 311
HUMANTS 311
CHODOROWSKA-PILCH, 10
CHODOROWSKA-PILCH, 10
30
30
SO 2.0
SO 2.0
ELEMENTARY ROMANIANN
ADV TUTORIAL INSTR
N
ADV TUTORIAL INSTR
N
420-307-200 LEC
420-830-200 TUT
420-831-200 TUT
1
1
1
TR
R
R
2:00- 4:20P
5:00- 6:15P
6:30- 7:45P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
GALATEANU, G.
GALATEANU, G.
GALATEANU, G.
30
30
30
SO 5.0
SO 2.0
SO 2.0
Polish
187C
187D
Romanian
101B
187J
187K
1221A
1265
1265
20
15
15
Russian
The Instructional Media Laboratory, 270 Powell Library Building, is open Monday thru Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday, 1 to 6 p.m. The Russian Room, 343 Humanities
Building, is available for additional help.
2
ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN N
5
25W
INTERMEDIATE RUSSIA N
GREAT RUSSIAN NOVEL N
100B
101B
102B
107A
M118
LITERACY IN RUSSIAN
THIRD-YEAR RUSSIAN
TOPICS-ADV RUSSIAN
RUSSN-SOC&CLTRL STD
ORIGINS-RSE MUSCOVY
N
N
N
N
N
C124G
RUSSIAN LIT-GOGOL
N
421-006-201
421-006-202
421-006-203
421-006-204
421-015-200
Y ----------Y 421-076-201
Y 421-076-202
421-303-200
421-314-200
421-326-200
421-344-200
421-416-200
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
DIS
DIS
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
LEC
1
2
3
4
1
1
1A
1B
1
1
1
1
1
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
MWF
MW
T
R
TR
M
MW
MW
MW
9:30- 10:45A
12:30- 1:45P
10:00- 11:50A
2:00- 3:50P
12:00- 12:50P
9:30- 10:45A
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
12:30- 1:50P
1:00- 2:15P
12:00- 1:15P
2:30- 3:45P
2:00- 3:15P
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
DODD
ROYCE
HUMANTS
BOELTER
HUMANTS
PUB AFF
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
PUB AFF
1
MWF
11:00- 11:50A PUB AFF
A32
A32
A32
A32
162
156
A32
4283
A32
2325
311
A32
1278
2242
20
20
20
20
20
02
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
LG
KRESIN, S.C.
KUDYMA, A.
KUDYMA, A.
GRIFFIN, S.
25
25
25
25
25
40
20
20
25
20
15
25
25
20
20
20
07
07
SO
SO
SO
SO
SO
KOROPECKYJ, R.
35
30
SO 4.0
LEKHT, N.
LENHOFF, G.D.
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
4.0
5.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SAME AS: HIST M127A
421-374-200 LEC
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
174 / SOCIAL THOUGHT
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
Winter 2016
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
C124T
187B
191
213B
RUSSIAN LIT-TOLSTOY
ADV TUTORIAL INSTR
TOPICS-RUSSIAN LIT
RUS LIT-1930-1989
N
N
N
N
C224G
RUSSIAN LIT-GOGOL
N
C224T
RUSSIAN LIT-TOLSTOY
N
421-377-200
421-562-200
421-575-200
821-077-200
CLS
TYP
SEC
LEC
TUT
SEM
LEC
1
1
1
1
FEE
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
3156
9:30- 10:45A ROYCE
166
2:00- 3:15P HUMANTS 305
SHNEYDER, V.
THE STAFF
THE STAFF
SHNEYDER, V.
35
10
10
10
30
30
30
30
SO
SO
SO
SO
4.0
2.0
4.0
4.0
MWF
11:00- 11:50A PUB AFF
2242
KOROPECKYJ, R.
5
30
SO 4.0
MW
9:30- 10:45A BUNCHE
3156
SHNEYDER, V.
5
30
SO 4.0
MW
3:30- 4:45P
HUMANTS 305
THE STAFF
10
30
SO 4.0
HUMANTS A32
HUMANTS A32
HUMANTS A32
LEJKO-LACAN, V.
LEJKO-LACAN, V.
LEJKO-LACAN, V.
15
15
15
30
30
30
SO 5.0
SO 2.0
SO 2.0
02
SO 5.0
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
MW
9:30- 10:45A BUNCHE
TR
MW
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
821-146-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
821-149-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
270
RUSSIAN POETICS
N
821-420-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Serbian/Croatian
101B
187C
187D
ELEM SERBIAN/CROATN N
ADV TUTORIAL INSTR
N
ADV TUTORIAL INSTR
N
422-307-200 LEC
422-824-200 TUT
422-825-200 TUT
1
1
1
MW
M
W
4:00- 5:15P
5:20- 6:20P
5:20- 6:20P
CHRISTNTY EAST&WEST N
-----------
1
MW
9:30- 10:45A DODD
175
VROON, R.W.
60
1A
1B
1C
1
1A
1B
1
1
W
R
R
TR
T
R
R
MW
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
12:30- 1:45P
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
1:00- 2:50P
9:30- 11:20A
167
3153
133
170
A44
1329
311
311
VROON, R.W.
FURMAN, Y.
KRESIN, S.C.
20
20
20
60
30
30
15
10
TBA
KAGAN, O.
10
UNSCHED
PRAGER, J.
1
30
PN 2.0
UNSCHED
PRAGER, J.
10
30
PN 2.0
Slavic
M40
LEC
SAME AS: RELIGN M40
87
LANGUAGES OF L A
N
191TA
201
SENIOR CAP THESIS
N
INT-OLD CHURCH SLAV N
495
TCH SLAV LANG-COLEG N
423-120-201
423-120-202
423-120-203
----------423-261-201
423-261-202
423-846-200
823-006-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
SEM
LEC
DODD
BUNCHE
BOTANY
DODD
HAINES
PUB AFF
HUMANTS
HUMANTS
IVANOV, V.
30
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
SO 4.0
SO 4.0
30
SU 4.0
30
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
823-790-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
SOCIAL THOUGHT
190A
RESEARCH COLLOQ I
N
190B
RESEARCH COLLOQ II
N
315-840-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
315-841-200 SEM 1
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
SOCIAL WELFARE
100A
M104C
INTR-SOCIAL WELFARE N
DIVERSITY IN AGING
N
M108
BIOMED&SOC&POL-AGNGN
319-300-200 LEC
319-326-200 LEC
1
1
M
MW
4:00- 6:50P
4:00- 5:50P
ROLFE
PUB AFF
1200
1222
LEAP, J.J.
TORRES-GIL, F.M.
200
40
30
30
SO 4.0
LG 4.0
DODD
161
LEVY-STORMS, L.F.
48
30
LG 5.0
1246
ROY, A.
48
13
LG 4.0
SAME AS: GENDER M104C,GRNTLGY M104C
319-349-200 LEC
1
MW
2:00- 3:50P
1
TR
11:00- 12:15P PUB AFF
SAME AS: GRNTLGY M108
M110
INEQLTY & DEMOCRACY N
-----------
LEC
SAME AS: URBN PL M110
201B
DYNAMC-HUMAN BEHAVRN
319-360-201
319-360-202
319-360-203
319-360-204
719-007-201
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1
TR
2:00- 3:15P
PUB AFF
2319
JACKSON, A.P.
12
12
12
12
25
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 3.0
TR
2:00- 3:15P
BUNCHE
3153
BRINDERSON, L.A.
25
30
LG 3.0
TR
2:00- 3:15P
PUB AFF
2325
PERKS, A.J.
25
30
LG 3.0
TR
2:00- 3:15P
BUNCHE
3143
MOIO, J.A.
25
30
LG 3.0
TR
3:30- 4:45P
PUB AFF
2319
HOLLOWAY, I.W.
25
30
LG 3.0
TR
3:30- 4:45P
PUB AFF
1323
IRIBARREN, F.J.
25
30
LG 3.0
TR
3:30- 4:45P
PUB AFF
2325
HUYNH, L.M.
25
30
LG 3.0
TR
3:30- 4:45P
PUB AFF
1284
CHEUNG, S.
25
30
LG 3.0
TR
2:00- 3:15P
PUB AFF
2250
OLIVERI, M.K.
60
30
SO 4.0
M
10:00- 11:50A KAUFMAN 136
JACKSON, A.P.
10
30
LG 4.0
TR
9:30- 10:45A PUB AFF
2325
THE STAFF
25
30
SO 2.0
TR
9:30- 10:45A PUB AFF
2242
JACKSON, A.P.
25
30
SO 2.0
TR
9:30- 10:45A PUB AFF
1256
MOIO, J.A.
25
30
SO 2.0
TR
9:30- 10:45A PUB AFF
1343
THE STAFF
25
30
SO 2.0
TR
11:00- 12:15P PUB AFF
2242
COHEN, D.
30
30
SO 4.0
TR
9:30- 10:45A BUNCHE
3150
GUTSTEIN, S.S.
19
30
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-007-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-007-203 LEC
3
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-007-204 LEC
4
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
201C
DYNAMC-HUMAN BEHAVRN
719-008-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-008-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-008-203 LEC
3
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-008-204 LEC
4
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
202B
DYNAMC-HUMAN BEHAVRN
229B
SCL WLFR SCHLRSHP 2 N
230B
THRY-SOC WEL PRAC 2 N
719-013-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-175-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-181-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-181-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-181-203 LEC
3
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-181-204 LEC
4
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
231B
ADV-SOC WELF PRAC 5 N
719-187-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
231F
ADV-SW PRAC-COG BEH N
719-191-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
231G
ADV-SW PRC-SUB ABUS N
231J
ADV-SW PRC-CHD WLFR N
240B
ORGS&COMNTYS&PLCY 2N
719-192-201 LEC
1
TR
8:00- 9:15A
PUB AFF
2325
SHEHANE, E.A.
24
30
SO 4.0
TR
11:00- 12:15P BUNCHE
3117
BLACKBURN, B.K.
25
30
SO 4.0
TR
11:00- 12:15P PUB AFF
1256
IGLEHART, A.P.
30
30
LG 3.0
TR
11:00- 12:15P BUNCHE
1221A
COLUNGA, T.M.
30
30
LG 3.0
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-195-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-241-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-241-202 LEC
2
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
Winter 2016
SOCIETY AND GENETICS / 175
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
719-241-203 LEC
SEC
FEE
3
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
11:00- 12:15P PUB AFF
1329
HUYNH, L.M.
30
30
LG 3.0
11:00- 12:15P PUB AFF
2325
CASCO, C.E.
30
30
LG 3.0
DAYS
TIME
TR
TR
BUILDING
UNITS
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-241-204 LEC
4
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
241G
COMMUNITY MAPPING
241H
HUMAN SERVICE ORGS N
N
249C
SCIENTIFC INQUIRY 3
719-252-201 LEC
1
TR
9:30- 10:45A DODD
154
JONES, F.M.
25
30
SO 4.0
TR
11:00- 12:15P ROYCE
156
LOMPA, K.
30
30
SO 4.0
W
10:00- 12:50P PUB AFF
2292
LEVY-STORMS, L.F.
11
30
LG 4.0
TR
TR
9:30- 10:45A PUB AFF
9:30- 10:45A PUB AFF
2319
2292
LEVY, B.
WEST, K.M.
30
15
30
30
LG 4.0
LG 4.0
M
2:00- 3:50P
PUB AFF
2292
TORRES-GIL, F.M.
15
30
SU 2.0
W
2:00- 4:50P
PUB AFF
2242
FRANKE, T.M.
25
30
LG 4.0
TR
8:00- 9:15A
PUB AFF
2319
FRANKE, T.M.
30
30
LG 4.0
TR
3:30- 4:45P
PUB AFF
1278
KAPLAN, M.S.
30
30
LG 4.0
TR
3:30- 4:45P
PUB AFF
1256
COHEN, D.
30
30
LG 4.0
TR
3:30- 4:45P
PUB AFF
1264
ABRAMS, L.S.
30
30
LG 4.0
R
2:00- 4:50P
BUNCHE
3117
FLEMING, M.F.
10
30
SO 4.0
HAINES
A2
LYNCH ALFARO, J.W.
120
14
LG 5.0
RENSEL, M.A.
20
20
20
20
20
20
0
05
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 6.0
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-253-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
N
719-296-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
251A
251B
DOMESTC&SEXL VIOLNC N
MILITARY SOCIAL WRK N
719-307-200 LEC
719-308-201 LEC
1
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
258
CRITCL PROB-SOC WEL N
719-348-200 DIS
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
259
STATS-SOCL SCIENCES N
719-354-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
Social Welfare 259, lecture 1:
285D
RSRCH-CHILD WELFARE N
719-504-200 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
285F
RESEARCH IN HEALTH
285G
RSRCH-MENTAL HEALTH N
N
719-506-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
719-507-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
285I
RSRCH-YOUTH POPULTNN
719-509-201 LEC
1
RESTRICT: SOCIAL WELFARE MAJORS
M290S
NONPROFT-ST&CIV SOC N
719-558-200 LEC
1
SAME AS: PUB PLC M227,URBN PL M287
RESTRICT: GRADUATE STUDENTS
SOCIETY AND GENETICS
Society and Genetics 5 is limited to Human Biology and Society premajors on the first enrollment pass.
5
HUMAN BIOL&SOCIETY N
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LEC
1
TR
12:30- 1:45P
RESTRICT: HUMAN BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY PREMAJORS
M71B
BIOTECHNLGY&SOCIETY Y
381-015-201
381-015-202
381-015-203
381-015-204
381-015-205
381-015-206
-----------
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
W
W
W
R
R
R
MW
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
3:00- 3:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
12:30- 1:45P
HAINES
HAINES
KAUFMAN
HAINES
HAINES
FRANZ
DE NEVE
A20
A20
153
A6
A6
2288
P350
M
3:00- 4:50P
PUB AFF
2278
0
0.0
M
4:00- 5:50P
PUB AFF
2317
0
0.0
SAME AS: GE CLST M71B
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-214-201 DIS
1A
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-214-202 DIS
1B
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-214-203 DIS
1C
T
1:00- 2:50P
PUB AFF
2278
0
0.0
T
3:00- 4:50P
PUB AFF
2278
0
0.0
T
1:00- 2:50P
COVEL
225
0
0.0
T
12:00- 1:50P
COVEL
210
0
0.0
W
W
TR
2:00- 3:50P
4:00- 5:50P
2:00- 3:15P
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
DE NEVE
1264
1264
P350
0
0
0
0.0
0.0
LG 6.0
T
9:00- 10:50A PUB AFF
2317
0
0.0
T
11:00- 12:50P PUB AFF
2317
0
0.0
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-214-204 DIS
1D
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-214-205 DIS
1E
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-214-206 DIS
1F
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
M72B
SEX-BIOLOGY-SOCIETY Y
381-214-207 DIS
381-214-208 DIS
----------LEC
1G
1H
1
SAGUY, A.C.
15
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-217-201 DIS
1A
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-217-202 DIS
1B
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-217-203 DIS
1C
W
3:00- 4:50P
COVEL
210
0
0.0
W
3:00- 4:50P
COVEL
225
0
0.0
R
9:00- 10:50A PUB AFF
2278
0
0.0
R
11:00- 12:50P PUB AFF
2278
0
0.0
R
9:00- 10:50A COVEL
210
0
0.0
R
11:00- 12:50P COVEL
210
0
0.0
W
11:00- 11:50A BOELTER 4413
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-217-204 DIS
1D
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-217-205 DIS
1E
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-217-206 DIS
1F
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-217-207 DIS
1G
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
381-217-208 DIS
1H
RESTRICT: FIRST-YEAR FRESHMEN ONLY
89
HONORS SEMINARS
N
381-267-200 SEM 1
LYNCH ALFARO, J.W.
20
30
SO 1.0
RESTRICT: INSTRUCTOR CONSENT
Society and Genetics 101 is limited to Human Biology and Society majors and Society and Genetics minors on the first enrollment pass. Any student may enroll beginning November 25, 2015, space
permitting.
101
GNTC CNCPT-HUMN SCI N
-----------
LEC
1
MW
11:00- 12:15P PUB AFF
1222
ALLARD, P.
60
04
LG 5.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,HUMAN BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY (BS OR BA) MAJORS OR SOCIETY AND GENETICS MINORS
381-306-201 DIS
381-306-202 DIS
381-306-203 DIS
1A
1B
1C
F
F
F
8:00- 8:50A HUMANTS A66
9:00- 9:50A HUMANTS A66
10:00- 10:50A FRANZ
2288
20
20
20
0.0
0.0
0.0
Society and Genetics 105B is limited to Human Biology and Society majors on the first enrollment pass. Any student may enroll beginning November 25, 2015, space permitting.
105B
IDENT-BIOL/SOCIETY
Y
-----------
LEC
1
TR
2:00- 3:50P
HAINES
220
PANOFSKY, A.L.
110
15
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,HUMAN BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY MAJORS
381-331-201
381-331-202
381-331-203
381-331-204
381-331-205
381-331-206
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
T
T
T
F
F
F
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
HAINES
HAINES
FRANZ
SLICHTR
SLICHTR
SLICHTR
A6
A6
2288
2834
2834
2834
Online Schedule of Classes at http://www.registrar.ucla.edu/schedule/
18
18
18
18
18
18
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
176 / SOCIOLOGY
Winter 2016
CATALOG
NUMBER COURSE TITLE
ENF
REQ IM ID NUMBER
CLS
TYP
SEC
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BUILDING
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
ENRL
CAP
XC
CR
TP
UNITS
Society and Genetics 120 is limited to Human Biology and Society majors on the first enrollment pass. Society and Genetics minors may enroll beginning November 19, 2015, space permitting. zAny
student may enroll beginning November 25, 2015, space permitting.
120
GNTCS & HUMAN HIST
Y
381-421-200 LEC
1
MW
9:30- 10:45A HAINES
A25
GJESFJELD, E.W.
40
30
LG 4.0
12
SO 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,HUMAN BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY (BS OR BA) MAJORS OR SOCIETY AND GENETICS MINORS
M133
ENVIRONMENTL SOCIOL N
-----------
LEC
1
TR
9:30- 10:45A BUNCHE
1209B
BARGHEER, S.
50
SAME AS: ENVIRON M133,SOCIOL M115
RESTRICT: HUMAN BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY (BS OR BA) MAJORS OR SOCIETY AND GENETICS MINORS
381-498-201
381-498-202
381-498-203
381-498-204
381-498-205
381-498-206
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
T
T
T
R
R
R
8:00- 8:50A
1:00- 1:50P
2:00- 2:50P
12:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
5:00- 5:50P
BUNCHE
HAINES
LAKRETZ
BOELTER
MS
HAINES
1221A
A24
120
4413
6201
A74
9
9
8
8
8
8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Society and Genetics 180 is limited to Human Biology and Society majors and Society and Genetics minors on the first enrollment pass. Any student may enroll beginning November 25, 2015, space
permitting.
180
SPCL CRS-SCTY&GNTCS N
381-780-201 LEC
1
MW
3:30- 4:45P
DODD
170
LANDECKER, H.L.
60
08
LG 4.0
30
LG 4.0
14
LG 4.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,HUMAN BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY (BS OR BA) MAJORS OR SOCIETY AND GENETICS MINORS
Society and Genetics 180, lecture 1: Physiology, Inequality, and Biology of Stress
381-780-202 LEC
2
MW
12:30- 1:45P
HAINES
A25
KIM, M.K.
60
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,HUMAN BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY (BS OR BA) MAJORS OR SOCIETY AND GENETICS MINORS
Society and Genetics 180, lecture 2: Food and Health in Global Perspective
381-780-203 LEC
3
TR
12:30- 1:45P
HAINES
A25
LE GOFF, A.G.
60
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,HUMAN BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY (BS OR BA) MAJORS OR SOCIETY AND GENETICS MINORS
Society and Genetics 180, lecture 3: Introduction to Bioethics
Society and Genetics 188 is limited to Human Biology and Society majors on the first enrollment pass. Society and Genetics minors may enroll beginning November 19, 2015, space permitting. Any
student may enroll beginning November 25, 2015, space permitting.
188
SPCL CRS-SCTY&GNTCS N
381-828-200 SEM 1
R
9:30- 11:50A HAINES
122
DIDIER, E.M.
20
30
LG 4.0
30
30
30
LG 1.0
LG 1.0
LG 5.0
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,HUMAN BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY (BS OR BA) MAJORS OR SOCIETY AND GENETICS MINORS
Society and Genetics 188, seminar 1: Bio/Data: Social and Political Consequences of Big Data in Biology and Medicine
188SB
INDIV STD FOR USIE
Y
191S
CAPSTONE SEMINAR
Y
381-830-201 TUT 1
381-830-202 TUT 2
381-848-200 SEM 1
UNSCHED
UNSCHED
M
1:00- 3:50P
LAKRETZ 101
ALLARD, P.
DE CHADAREVIAN, S.
DONOVAN, J.M.
1
1
20
RESTRICT: JUNIORS AND ABOVE,SOCIETY AND GENETICS MINORS
SOCIOLOGY
Sociology 102 through 191 are limited to Sociology premajors and majors during the priority and first enrollment passes. Nonmajors may enroll during the second pass, space permitting.
1
INTRODUCTORY SOCIOL N
M5
SOCL ORG-BLK CMNTYS N
----------347-002-201
347-002-202
347-002-203
347-002-204
347-002-205
347-002-206
347-002-207
347-002-208
347-002-209
347-002-210
347-002-211
347-002-212
347-002-213
347-002-214
347-002-215
-----------
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
1O
1
TR
T
T
T
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
TR
11:00- 12:15P
1:00- 1:50P
3:00- 3:50P
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
11:00- 11:50A
1:00- 1:50P
9:00- 9:50A
12:00- 12:50P
5:00- 5:50P
8:00- 8:50A
1:00- 1:50P
3:00- 3:50P
12:00- 12:50P
4:00- 4:50P
4:00- 4:50P
12:30- 1:45P
HAINES
MS
MS
MS
PUB AFF
HAINES
HAINES
HAINES
LAKRETZ
HAINES
HAINES
FRANZ
PUB AFF
LAKRETZ
DODD
HAINES
HAINES
39
3915H
5217
5118
2319
A20
A6
A28
100
122
110
2288
2325
101
154
A76
39
BRUBAKER, W.R.
HUNTER, M.
300
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
300
13
14
SO 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
SAME AS: AF AMER M5
20
INTRO SOC RSCH MTHD N
M72B
SEX-BIOLOGY-SOCIETY Y
89
HONORS SEMINARS
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
347-007-201
347-007-202
347-007-203
347-007-204
347-007-205
347-007-206
347-007-207
347-007-208
347-007-209
347-007-210
347-007-211
347-007-212
----------347-060-201
347-060-202
347-060-203
347-060-204
347-060-205
347-060-206
----------347-217-201
347-217-202
347-217-203
347-217-204
347-217-205
347-217-206
347-217-207
347-217-208
347-268-200
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
SEM
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1
T
T
T
T
T
T
R
R
R
R
R
R
TR
T
T
T
R
R
R
TR
T
T
W
W
R
R
R
R
T
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
8:00- 8:50A
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
9:00- 9:50A
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
3:30- 4:45P
9:00- 9:50A
12:00- 12:50P
5:00- 5:50P
9:00- 9:50A
5:00- 5:50P
6:00- 6:50P
2:00- 3:15P
9:00- 10:50A
11:00- 12:50P
3:00- 4:50P
3:00- 4:50P
9:00- 10:50A
11:00- 12:50P
9:00- 10:50A
11:00- 12:50P
1:00- 1:50P
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
BUNCHE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
ROLFE
ROLFE
MS
ROLFE
MS
MS
HAINES
MS
BOELTER
HAINES
BUNCHE
HAINES
HAINES
DE NEVE
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
COVEL
COVEL
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
COVEL
COVEL
ROYCE
2178
2178
3156
3143
2242
2242
3108
3108
5117
3129
5118
5118
118
5233
4413
A24
3164
A24
A24
P350
2317
2317
210
225
2278
2278
210
210
148
----------347-303-201
347-303-202
347-303-203
347-303-204
347-303-205
347-303-206
LEC
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
DIS
1
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
TR
T
T
T
T
T
T
9:30- 10:45A
8:00- 8:50A
12:00- 12:50P
4:00- 4:50P
8:00- 8:50A
4:00- 4:50P
5:00- 5:50P
MOORE
HAINES
ROYCE
BOELTER
HAINES
PUB AFF
PUB AFF
100
A24
148
4283
A74
1337
1337
SWEENEY, M.M.
SAGUY, A.C.
SWEENEY, M.M.
13
13
13
13
13
13
12
12
12
12
12
12
150
25
25
25
25
25
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
16
15
30
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 5.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
LG 6.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0