Schedule of Classes

The following courses may include a community placement used to help students learn how to develop and apply knowledge, to work in diverse social settings, to become engaged in civic affairs, and to explore possible career paths and make professional contacts. Please note that this list is tentative and that specific course requirements often vary by professor.

College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences

ANTH 200LgThe Origins of Humanity
BISC 102LxgHumans and Their Environment
BISC 150LxgThe Nature of Human Health and Disease
CLAS 151gCivilization of Rome
CLAS 280gClassical Mythology
EASC 150gEast Asian Societies
ENGL 405Fiction Writing
ENGL 406 Poetry Writing
ENGL 407Advanced Fiction Writing
ENGL 408 Advanced Poetry Writing
EXSC 202LPrinciples of Nutrition and Exercise
EXSC 203LIndividualized Exercise Prescription
EXSC 205LxgThe Science of Human Performance
FREN 250 French IV
FREN 300 French Grammar and Composition
FREN 330 Writing About Literature
GEOG 100gmLos Angeles and the American Dream
GEOL 105LgPlanet Earth
GEOL 107LxgOceanography
GEOL 108LgCrises of a Planet
GEOL 125LxgEarth History: A Planet and Its Evolution
GEOL 150LxgClimate Change
GEOL 240LxgEarthquakes
HIST 102gmMedieval People: Early Europe and its Neighbors, 400-1500
HIST 200gmThe American Experience
IR 210International Relations: Introductory Analysis
IR 305Managing New Global Challenges
IR 326U.S. Foreign Economic Policy
LING 115gLanguage, Society, and Culture
MATH 108Precalculus
MATH 116Mathematics for the Social Sciences
MATH 117Introduction to Mathematics for Business and Economics
MATH 118xFundamental Principles of the Calculus
MATH 125Calculus I
MATH 218Probability for Business
MATH 245Mathematics of Physics and Engineering I
PHIL 140gContemporary Moral and Social Issues
PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 355 Social Psychology
PSYC 391 Directed Field Experience in Psychology
SOCI 142gmDiversity and Racial Conflict
SOCI 169gmChanging Family Forms
SOCI 200mIntroduction to Sociology
SOCI 305mSociology of Childhood
SOCI 360mSocial Inequality: Class, Status, and Power
SPAN 220Spanish III
SPAN 316xSpanish for the Professions
SWMS 210gmSocial Issues in Gender

Marshall School of Business

BUAD 302Communication Strategy in Business
WRIT 340 Advanced Writing for Business

Rossier School of Education

EDCO 102xmHuman Diversity: People, Power and Politics

Viterbi School of Engineering

WRIT 340Advanced Writing Comunication for Engineers

Roski School of Fine Arts

FA 140xA Cultural Guide to Los Angeles
FA 402Advanced Design Projects
FA 419Professional Internship in the Arts
PAS 371Art in the Public Realm: Contemporary Issues
PAS 550bPublic Art in the Community
PAS 591 Field Internship Experience

Gould School of Law

LAW 599Special Topics
Access to Justice Practicum
Child Interviewing Seminar
LAW 630Mediation Clinic
LAW 735Employer Legal Advice Clinic
LAW 736Small Business Clinic I
LAW 737Small Business Clinic II
LAW 780Intellectual Property and Technology Law Clinic II
LAW 796Immigration Clinic II
LAW 893Advanced Clinical Training
Immigration
Intellectual Property
Post Conviction

School of Policy, Planning, and Development

PPD 227Urban Planning and Development
PPD 240Citizenship and Public Ethics
PPD 561aPolicy Analysis Practicum