UCLA Campus Courses, also known as Concurrent Enrollment Courses, are courses taught on the main UCLA campus. UCLA Extension Study Abroad students are eligible to enroll in undergraduate courses offered by the UCLA College of Letters and Sciences. The College offers a wide variety of courses in the Humanities, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Social Sciences. If business courses are of primary interest to you, consider our Study Abroad at UCLA Business Tracks program.
All UCLA Extension or UCLA concurrent courses offer academic credit that can be transferred back to their home university toward their bachelor's degree.
Restricted UCLA Programs and Courses
It is important to note concurrent courses have a higher tuition rate and placements are competitive and not guaranteed. UCLA Extension Study Abroad students must also meet course prerequisites and have the instructor's consent to enroll. Please also note that restrictions apply to some courses and programs.
You will not be able to enroll in any graduate-level courses or courses offered by UCLA professional schools: the Anderson School of Management, School of Law, School of Engineering and Applied Science, School of Public Affairs, School of Public Health, Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, or Nursing, School of Theatre, Film & Television.