I'm taking a lab science class that eats up my whole schedule I'd love to take a summer class but my internship is full time I can't justify communting to campus for just one class Why don't you take a summer class online? Summer Sessions Online Courses at UCLA. Same classes. Same Professors. Anywhere, anytime.

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The online courses listed on this website were developed by the UCLA Office of Undergraduate Education, UCLA Summer Sessions, and the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. To learn more about additional online course offerings for Summer 2014, visit the UCLA SCHEDULE OF CLASSES ONLINE COURSE LIST.

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Earn UCLA college credit online from anywhere in the world.

Official UCLA Catalog Courses. Senior UCLA faculty. Online discussion sections taught by graduate students in UCLA's MA, MFA and PhD programs. Just like courses taught on campus, students register on MyUCLA and receive final grades on MyUCLA.

UCLA college credit transfers to schools across the globe. UCLA transcripts issued upon completion of each course do not indicate a class was taken online.

The convenience of online study.

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TAKE YOUR LECTURES TO GO!

UCLA's online courses give you full command of your time. There are deadlines, but you choose where and when to do your classwork.

Most courses have no required meeting times. Those with real-time elements like video conferences offer a range of convenient scheduling options.

Lectures and other video content can be viewed in your browser or streamed to a mobile device (including iPad, iPhone, Android, etc.).

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State of the art online education

UCLA Summer Sessions online courses are produced at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, bringing high-quality digital media, video and animation to online study.

Lecture videos are recorded in a studio, professionally edited, and illustrated with images, clips and animations.

Need a GE course? Take one online.

Social Analysis

Sociology 1 - Introductory Sociology

Foundations of Scientific Inquiry

Life Sciences

MCD Biology 70 - Genetic Engineering & Society (Lab Credit)

Linguistics 1 - Intro to the Study of Language

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2014 COURSES

  1. THEATER 10 - UCLA GE - NEW!
  2. Introduction to Theater
  3. Lecturer David Gorshein
  1. ENGLISH 150B
  2. Shakespeare: Later Plays
  3. Professor Michael J.B. Allen
  1. ENGLISH 163C
  2. Jane Austen and Her Peers
  3. Professor Anne K. Mellor
  1. HISTORY 1B - UCLA GE
  2. Introduction to Western Civilization Circa A.D. 843 to Circa 1715
  3. Professor Teofilo Ruiz
  1. HISTORY 1C - UCLA GE
  2. Introduction to Western Civilization: Circa 1715 to Present
  3. Professor Lynn Hunt
  1. HISTORY 13C - UCLA GE
  2. History of the U.S. and Its Colonial Origins: 1893 to the Present
  3. Professor Robin D. G. Kelley
  1. HISTORY 20 - UCLA GE
  2. World History to A.D. 600
  3. Professor Ronald Mellor
  1. LINGUISTICS 1 - UCLA GE
  2. Introduction to the Study of Language
  3. Professor Russell Schuh
  1. MANAGEMENT 400
  2. Mathematics for Management
  3. Lecturer David Ravetch
  1. MOLECULAR, CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY 70 - UCLA GE LAB CREDIT
  2. Genetic Engineering & Society
  3. Professor Bob Goldberg
  1. PHILOSOPHY 3 - UCLA GE
  2. Historical Introduction to Philosophy
  3. Professor Brian Copenhaver
  1. SOCIOLOGY 1 - UCLA GE
  2. Introductory Sociology
  3. Professor William Roy
  1. FILM & TELEVISION 122B
  2. Art and Technique of Filmmaking
  3. Lecturer Rory Kelly
  1. FILM & TELEVISION 122E
  2. Digital Cinematography
  3. Professor Tom Denove
  1. FILM & TELEVISION C132
  2. Screenwriting Fundamentals
  3. Professor Richard Walter
  1. FILM & TELEVISION 133
  2. In-Depth Screenwriting Fundamentals
  3. Professor Richard Walter
  1. FILM & TELEVISION 135A & 135B
  2. Advanced Screenwriting Workshop
  3. Lecturer Joseph Hartstone
  1. FILM & TELEVISION 146
  2. Art and Practice of Motion Picture Producing
  3. Professor Barbara Boyle
  1. FILM & TELEVISION C147
  2. Planning Independent Feature Production
  3. Professor Myrl Schreibman
  1. FILM & TELEVISION 184A
  2. Overview of Contemporary Film Industry
  3. Professor Denise Mann
  1. THEATER 120A
  2. Acting & Performance in Film I
  3. Professor Joe Olivieri
  1. THEATER 120B
  2. Acting & Performance in Film II
  3. Professor Joe Olivieri
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