UCLA Concurrent Enrollment
Members of the public are offered the opportunity to take regular session UCLA daytime courses in Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters through UCLA Extension’s Concurrent Enrollment program.
After all full-time, matriculated UCLA students have been enrolled in their courses, the public may pursue concurrent enrollment if space is available. Please note that in order to enroll, any prerequisites must be met.
Concurrent Course Designations:
Undergraduate Classes (XLC 1 to XLC 199): Transferable for unit, subject credit, and grade-point average (GPA) in the College of Letters and Sciences at UCLA.
Graduate and Professional Classes (XLC 200–299 and XLC 400–499): Units earned will not provide advanced standing to students who are subsequently admitted to advanced degree programs through UCLA’s Graduate Division. Certain course requirements for advanced degrees may be waived, but only with the approval of the Graduate Division on the recommendation of the student’s program department at the time of admission.
Doctoral-level Seminars (XLC 500–599): Subject to various approvals, which can take approximately eight weeks. For requirements, contact the UCLA Extension Dean’s Office.
Approval Requirements for Concurrent Enrollment:
Several Departments and Schools require a co-signature or authorization by someone other than the instructor in all cases. To view the list of departments that require additional signatures, click here.
If the Department for the Course/Subject Area you have selected is not on this list and does not require secondary approval, you will be required to get only the instructor approval.
To apply for a regular session daytime UCLA course, please submit a UCLA Concurrent Enrollment Application for review.
Courses numbered 89HC, 99, 189HC, 195, 197, 198, or 199 require completion of a course contract and approval of the faculty member. Upper-division tutorials (Courses 195-199) require an additional approval from the department chair. Research tutorials in engineering, medicine, life sciences, and physical sciences also require completion of the Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) class Laboratory Safety Fundamental Concepts. Certificate of completion will be required at the time of enrollment.