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   Schedule of Classes   Writing I and Writing II Course List

Writing I

Writing II

Current Writing II Course Descriptions
available on MyUCLA

Writing I Courses

Proposed Term Course GE Status Course Title
F14 W15 S15 ENGCOMP 3 Not GE English Composition, Rhetoric, and Language
---- ---- ---- ESL 36 (or equivalent) Not GE Composition, Rhetoric, and Language for ESL Students
(No UCLA equivalent course at this time.)

or

  1. Score of 4 or 5 on one of the College Board Advanced Placement Examinations in English
  2. Score of 720 or higher on the SAT II Reasoning Test Writing Section and superior performance on the English Composition 3 Proficiency Examination
  3. IGETC (transfer students who have completed IGETC will have satisfied the Writing II requirement)
  4. No HNRS courses may be used to satisfy Writing I

Writing II Courses

Updated September 2014

Check the online Schedule of Classes or MyUCLA to confirm the term in which a class will be offered. Classes proposed below for Winter and Spring terms are tentative. Writing II course descriptions may be viewed on MyUCLA.

Proposed Term Course GE Status Course Title
F14 W15 S15 AN N EA 10W GE Jerusalem: Holy City
---- ---- ---- ANTHRO M148W Not GE Talk and Body
---- ---- ---- APPLING 10W GE Language in Action: Perspectives from Applied Linguistics
---- ---- S15 APPLING 30W GE Language and Social Interaction
---- ---- ---- APPLING 40W GE Language and Gender: Introduction to Gender and Stereotypes
---- ---- ---- APPLING 80W GE Language in Globalizing World: Second Language Interaction in Everyday Life and Academia
---- W15 ---- APPLING 101W GE Introduction to Language Learning and Language Teaching
---- ---- S15 APPLING 102W Not GE Nature of Learning
---- ---- ---- APPLING M161W Not GE Talk and Body
---- ---- ---- ASIA AM 10W GE History of Asian Americans
---- ---- ---- ASIA AM 30W GE Asian American Literature and Culture
F14 W15 S15 ASIAN M60W GE Introduction to Buddhism
F14 ---- ---- BIOENGR 165EW Not GE Bioengineering Ethics
---- ---- ---- CHIN 50W GE Chinese Civilization
---- ---- ---- CHIN M60W Not GE Introduction to Chinese Religions
---- ---- ---- CHIN 70W GE Classics of Chinese Literature
F14 ---- S15 CLASSIC 40W GE Reading Greek Literature: Writing-Intensive
---- ---- ---- CLASSIC 41W GE Reading Roman Literature: Writing-Intensive
F14 ---- ---- COM LIT 2AW GE Survey of Literature: Antiquity to Middle Ages
---- W15 ---- COM LIT 2BW GE Survey of Literature: Middle Ages to 17th Century
F14 W15 S15 COM LIT 2CW GE Survey of Literature: Age of Enlightenment to 20th Century
---- ---- S15 COM LIT 2DW GE Survey of Literature: Great Books from World at Large
---- ---- S15 COM LIT 4AW GE Literature and Writing: Antiquity to Middle Ages
---- ---- ---- COM LIT 4BW GE Literature and Writing: Middle Ages to 17th Century
F14 W15 S15 COM LIT 4CW GE Literature and Writing: Age of Enlightenment to 20th Century
F14 W15 S15 COM LIT 4DW GE Literature and Writing: Great Books from World at Large
---- ---- ---- COMM ST M123W Not GE Talk and Body
F14 W15 ---- DIS STD 101W Not GE Perspectives on Disability Studies
F14 W15 S15 ENGL 4W Not GE Critical Reading and Writing
F14 W15 S15 ENGL 4HW Not GE Critical Reading and Writing (Honors)
F14 W15 S15 ENGL 4WS Not GE Critical Reading and Writing (Service Learning)
---- W15 ---- ENGL 20W Not GE Introduction to Creative Writing
---- ---- ---- ENGCOMP 5W GE Literature, Culture, and Critical Inquiry
---- ---- ---- ENGCOMP 6W GE Language, Culture, and Discourse
---- ---- ---- ENGCOMP 100W Not GE Interdisciplinary Academic Writing
F14 W15 S15 ENGR 183EW Not GE Engineering and Society
F14 W15 S15 ENGR 185EW Not GE Art of Engineering Endeavors
---- ---- S15 ENVIRON M1CW GE Environment and Sustainability: Special Topics
---- W15 ---- FRNCH 14W GE Introduction to French Culture and Civilization in English
---- ---- S15 GE CLST M1CW GE Environment and Sustainability: Special Topics
---- ---- S15 GE CLST 20CW GE Interracial Dynamics in American Culture and Society: Special Topics
---- ---- S15 GE CLST 21CW GE History of Modern Thought: Special Topics
---- ---- ---- GE CLST 22CW GE Toward World Economy: Perils and Promise of Globalization -- Special Topics
---- ---- ---- GE CLST 23CW GE Inside Performing Arts: Interdisciplinary Exploration of Performance in Society and Culture – Special Topics
---- ---- ---- GE CLST M24CW GE Work, Labor, and Social Justice in U.S.: Special Topics
---- ---- ---- GE CLST 25CW GE Politics, Society, and Urban Culture in East Asia: Special Topics
---- ---- S15 GE CLST 26CW GE Poverty and Health in Latin America: Special Topics
---- ---- S15 GE CLST 30CW GE Never-Ending Stories: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Myth – Special Topics
---- ---- S15 GE CLST 60CW GE America in Sixties: Politics, Society, and Culture, 1954 to 1974 – Special Topics
---- ---- ---- GE CLST 66CW GE Los Angeles: The Cluster – Special Topics
---- ---- S15 GE CLST 70CW GE Evolution of Cosmos and Life: Special Topics in Life Sciences
---- ---- ---- GE CLST 70DW GE Evolution of Cosmos and Life: Special Topics in Physical Sciences
---- ---- ---- GE CLST M71CW GE Biotechnology and Society: Special Topics
---- ---- ---- GE CLST M72CW GE Sex from Biology to Gendered Society: Special Topics
---- ---- S15 GE CLST 73CW GE Mind over Matter: History, Science, and Philosophy of Brain – Special Topics
---- ---- S15 GE CLST 80CW GE Longevity Revolution: Biomedical, Social, and Policy Perspectives – Special Topics
---- W15 ---- GERMAN 60W Not GE War
---- ---- ---- GERMAN 62W Not GE Man and Machine
---- ---- ---- HIST 10BW Not GE Introduction to Civilizations of Africa since 1800
F14 W15 S15 HIST 96W Not GE Introduction to Historical Practice
---- ---- S15 HNRS 11W GE Postmodern Culture
F14 ---- ---- HNRS 21W Not GE Rise and Fall of Modernism
---- ---- ---- HNRS 34W Not GE Construction and Migration of Knowledge: Rhetoric and Media for Information Age
F14 ---- ---- HNRS 37W Not GE Sampling and Remix: Aesthetics and Politics of Cultural Appropriation
---- ---- S15 HNRS 40W Not GE Transformations of Cultural Stories across Disciplines and Texts
---- W15 ---- HNRS 43W Not GE Science, Rhetoric, and Social Influence
---- ---- ---- HNRS 59W GE Literature and Culture of the American South
---- ---- S15 HNRS 63W Not GE Nabokov and the Reading Minds
---- ---- ---- HNRS 83W GE Politics and Rhetoric of Literature
---- W15 ---- MUS HST 12W Not GE Writing about Music
F14 ---- ---- NURSING 152W Not GE Human Development/Health Promotion in Culturally Diverse Populations
---- W15 ---- PHILOS 22W GE Introduction to Ethical Theory
F14 W15 S15 RELIGN M60W GE Introduction to Buddhism
---- ---- ---- RELIGN M61W Not GE Introduction to Chinese Religions
F14 ---- ---- RUSSIAN 25W GE Great Russian Novel
---- W15 ---- RUSSIAN 90BW GE Russian Civilization in 20th Century
F14 ---- ---- SCAND 40W Not GE Heroic Journey in Northern Myth, Legend, and Epic
---- W15 S15 SCAND 50W GE Introduction to Scandinavian Literatures and Cultures
F14 ---- ---- WL ARTS 51W GE Aliens, Psychics, and Ghosts
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