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E&S SCI XL 1
Introduction to Earth Science

Elements of Earth science; study of Earth materials; nature and interpretation of geologic evidence; study of geologic processes; historical aspects of geology.

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ASL XL 1
Elementary American Sign Language

An introduction to fundamentals of American sign language.

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LATIN XLC 250
Topical Studies of Ancient Rome: Mourning in Latin Literature

Universal experience of grief transcends cultural boundaries, but also elicits responses specific to each culture. These responses tell much about identifying traits of culture in question: attitudes…

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VETMED 700
Caring for Your Dog or Cat: A Pet Care Seminar
Current and prospective pet owners will enjoy this veterinarian-led seminar, which provides information regarding proper pet health care. Ideal for those currently working with animals or considering a career with animals.
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ASIAN 860.99
Introduction to Conversational Mandarin Chinese

This intensive total-immersion experience introducing basic spoken Mandarin Chinese emphasizes essential elementary language skills and vocabulary, focusing on the language of everyday life, using a…

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RUSSN XLC 2
Elementary Russian

Lecture, five hours; laboratory, one hour.

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JAPAN XL 3
Elementary Modern Japanese

This is the third course in the elementary sequence focusing on conversation, grammar, and written forms. Conversation drills are based on material covered in class. Grammar is explained in English.…

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JAPAN XL 2
Elementary Modern Japanese

This is the second course in the elementary sequence focusing on conversation, grammar, and written forms. Conversation drills are based on material covered in class. Grammar is explained in English.…

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JAPAN XL 1
Elementary Modern Japanese

This introduction to modern Japanese focuses on conversation, grammar, and written forms. Conversation drills are based on material covered in class. Grammar is explained in English; no previous…

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GERMAN 721.500
Writing Los Angeles

Is Los Angeles the land of opportunity, cultural kaleidoscope, or something else all together? You decide as we read stories about the City of Angeles, beginning with histories by Helen Hunt Jackson…

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GENDER 731.183
Eyewitnesses to the Holocaust

This course explores the experiences and consciences of Nazi perpetrators, bystanders, and Jews condemned to the ghettos and concentration camps.

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I E STD XLC M222B
Vedic

(Same as Iranian M222B and South Asian M222B.) Lecture, three hours. Preparation: knowledge of Sanskrit equivalent to South Asian 110C. Characteristics of Vedic dialect and readings in Rig-Vedic…

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EE BIOL X 405
Dinosaurs: A Path to Biology and Geology
This course uses dinosaurs as a model group to introduce paleontology for geologists and biologists.
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COM SCI X 414.20
Fundamentals of Software Development
This course provides an introduction to computer programming and software development covering C, C#, Java, Visual Basic, and shell scripting. Great for individuals pursuing programming and software development.
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THEATER X 422.12
Voice and Movement for the Screen Actor
This holistic approach to movement, voice, and speech aims at liberating and enhancing the performer's natural capacity for moving, sounding, and speaking as applied to performance on camera.
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THEATER X 407.78
Improvisation Techniques for the Actor: A Course in Spontaneity
Gain experiential understanding of improvisational acting and develop a strong improvisational perspective essential to scripted work through theater games and improvising scenes.
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THEATER X 407.42
Inside Stanislavski: Applications for the Screen Actor
Learn the historic Stanislavski acting method combining the physical and emotional spheres to build an authentic character and true inner life, as well as how this method becomes the basis of many other acting techniques.
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THEATER X 406.51
Acting for the Non-Professional
Primarily for nonactors (as well as beginning actors), use professional acting techniques in a supportive environment. Experience the unfolding of your full potential for self-expression and personal presentation.
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MECH&AE XLC M297C
Composites Manufacturing
This course is part of the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science (HSSEAS) Master of Science in Engineering Online (MSOL) program.  It is available only to students pre-approved by HSSEAS.  See below for more information.
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MECH&AE XLC M270A
Linear Dynamic Systems
This course is part of the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science (HSSEAS) Master of Science in Engineering Online (MSOL) program.  It is available only to students pre-approved by HSSEAS.  See below for more information.
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Online

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