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From the Chancellor of UCLA
The UCLA General Catalog for 2010-2011 presents the wealth of academic opportunities available at one of the world’s premier universities.
A leader in education, research, and service, UCLA represents the very best of what a university can be. Our extraordinary students come from an incredibly diverse range of backgrounds; our faculty are committed to excellence in scholarship and teaching; and many of our academic programs are ranked among the world’s best.
As a research university committed to creating and disseminating knowledge across the disciplines, we are especially proud of the richness and breadth of our teaching program which comprises 192 majors and more than 14,000 courses UCLA College of Letters and Science and 11 professional schools.
This catalog includes opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students, including those that offer priority enrollment for lower division students. Among these are Fiat Lux Seminars, which offer small classes in a broad array of subjects; Freshman Clusters, which engage students in yearlong, team-taught interdisciplinary examinations of an array of timely topics; and advanced research opportunities.
Our campus is home to a vibrant academic community of faculty and student scholars who advance knowledge, pursue intellectual achievement, collaborate across disciplines, and address social challenges through engagement with the community.
I encourage you to explore UCLA beyond this catalog. Please visit us on campus or online at http://www.ucla.edu.
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