UCLA Masters Programs
The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is a world-renown research university offering degree programs in the arts and sciences including bachelor's, masters, and doctrate degrees. With the various different departments and schools within the university, here is a list of the offered UCLA masters programs:
African Area Studies
American Indian Studies
Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations
Asian American Studies
Composition, Performance and Education
Counceling in Student Affairs
Culture and Performance
Environmental Health Sciences
Film and Television
Library and Information Science
Materials Science and Engineering
Romance Linguistics and Literature
Slavic Languages and Literature
Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL)
UCLA masters programs are scheduled on the quarter system, which begins at the end of September and runs through mid-June. All masters programs are located on the UCLA campus in West Los Angeles off the 405 freeway.
As part of a UCLA masters degree, students have access to the career center and top companies that recreuit directly on campus. This is especially helpful to students seeking to utilize their advanced degree at a company immediately upon graduation. In addition, a graduate will become a part of an exclusive alumni base that extends across California, the United States, and across the globe.
As a disclaimer, new programs are being introduced and retired on a yearly basis. Although there are certain core degrees that will likely be in place as long as the university is in existance. However, it is a regular practice for professors to sponsor a particular masters program that corresponds to their particular area of interest and research.