Concurrent Enrollment Thru UCLA Extension

Letters from Associate Dean Wesel

  • To Non UCLA Students seeking concurrent enrollment through UCLA Extension in  courses offered by the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science (HSSEAS)
  • Concurrent Enrollment for UCLA Students seeking concurrent enrollment through UCLA Extension in  courses offered by the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science (HSSEAS)

 

If you are applying for Concurrent Enrollment through UCLA Extension, kindly visit

UCLA Extension
Department of Engineering & Technology
10995 Le Conte Avenue, Room 540
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Phone: 310-206-6794 Fax: 310-206-2815

Applications will be reviewed by the Associate Dean’s Office, 6426 Boelter Hall.  Contact Myrna Reneau by email at and cc: , for additional information.

Where to pick up application forms?

Application Forms for UNEX courses will be available first day of classes for pick up at the Extension Office Department of Engineering,
Department of Engineering & Technology
10995 Le Conte Avenue, Room 540
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Phone: 310-825-4100 Fax: 310-206-2815

Where to pick up application forms?

Criteria for Applicants?

What Engineering courses are available through UCLA Extension?

When should application forms be completed?

Schedule for application review?

Should I attend classes before application is approved?

How will I be notified of application decision?

Restricted Courses

Where to pick up application forms?

Application Forms for UNEX courses will be available first day of classes for pick up at the Extension Office Department of Engineering,
Information Systems and Technical Management
10995 Le Conte Avenue, Room 540
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Phone: 310-825-4100 Fax: 310-206-2815

 

Criteria for Applicants?

In order to be a qualified concurrent enrollment student for HSSEAS classes, you should have completed a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering, physics, chemistry, or mathematics.  This is because concurrent enrollment in HSSEAS is NOT meant for students in the process of earning a B.S. degree.  There are occasional exceptions to this rule.  In particular, when a B.S. student in good standing at another school has only one course to complete for their degree but has a compelling reason to leave their school and come to Los Angeles

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What is the procedure?

Here is the procedure to request enrollment in courses that are not on the DNA list: *DNA (Definitely Not Available) see Restricted Courses

Step 1: Pick up the form: For courses that are not on the DNA obtain an enrollment form at the UCLA Extension office located at 10995 Le Conte Avenue, Room 540.

Step 2: Obtain signature of the instructor: When you come to campus to attend the first class of your desired course, you should ask the instructor if he/she believes that you could be accommodated.  If the instructor agrees, then you should obtain the instructor’s signature on the enrollment form.

Step 3: Obtain the signature of the Department Chair: In addition to the instructor’s signature, you also need the signature of the chair of the department offering the course. The chair’s signature is required because the chair may know of unmet demand by regular students of which the instructor is unaware.  Also, at a recent meeting the chairs expressed a desire to be aware of every concurrent enrollment student in their department’s classes.

Step 4: Drop the form off at Boelter 6426 Front Counter: Once you have the instructor and chair signatures, please drop off the form and your B.S. transcript at the Boelter 6426 counter in the box marked “Concurrent Enrollment Forms.”  If you have not completed your BS degree, please attach a transcript of those courses you have completed and a letter explaining your circumstances.

If you drop off your form by 5 p.m. on a Wednesday, then we will do our best to send you an email from HSSEAS by Friday of that week at 5 p.m. informing you of your status and if approved, you may pick up from 6426 BH.  In most cases, a final decision can be made at that time, but if there is still uncertainty regarding enrollment by regular students the email will notify you that your application is still under review.

Step 5: Visit UCLA extension to complete enrollment and pay fees: Once you are informed that your application has been accepted and signed by the Associate Dean of the Office of Academic & Student Affairs, you may pick up your application from 6426 Boelter Hall.  Return to the UCLA extension office to complete the concurrent enrollment process and pay your fees.

 

What Engineering courses are available via  UCLA Extension?

Applicants may apply to any Engineering course other than those courses which are Restricted Courses

To save you from wasting time in an unavailable class, each quarter we post a list of courses definitely not available (DNA) for concurrent enrollment for the current term.

UCLA Extension staff have been instructed not to distribute concurrent enrollment forms for these DNA classes, since we do not want you to put in a week or two of hard work in the class only to be disappointed with a denial of enrollment that was in fact a foregone conclusion

When should application forms be completed?

Enrollment applications can be completed prior to the start of each term and should be submitted no later than the first week of each quarter.  UCLA Academic Calendar. All concurrent enrollment application forms must be completed by applicant and signed by Instructor and Department Chair prior to dropping off at OASA, 6426 Boelter Hall.  All applications must be fully completed prior to review.

Schedule for application review?

If you drop off your form by 5 p.m. on a Wednesday, then we will do our best to send you an email from HSSEAS by Friday of that week at 5 p.m. informing you of your status.  In most cases, a final decision can be made at that time, but if there is still uncertainty regarding enrollment by regular students the email will notify you that your application is still under review.

Should I attend classes before application is approved?

Yes, all applicants are instructed to attend the classes while applications are being reviewed, However, again, please note: To save you from wasting time in an unavailable class, we post on the first day of classes a list of courses definitely not available (DNA) for concurrent enrollment for the current term.

How will I be notified of application decision?

If you drop off your form by 5 p.m. on a Wednesday, then we will do our best to send you an email from HSSEAS by Friday of that week at 5 p.m. informing you of your status.  In most cases, a final decision can be made at that time, but if there is still uncertainty regarding enrollment by regular students the email will notify you that your application is still under review.