A one-of-a-kind UCLA experience from anywhere in the world
Take UCLA on the go and earn UCLA credit anywhere. Summer Online is specifically designed and optimized for online course instruction and learning. Whether you will be working full time with inflexible hours or want to study at the comfort of your home, Summer Online provide an alternative solution to your academic needs, be it satisfying graduation requirements or advancing career aspirations.
2023 Session Dates
|Session||Weeks||Start Date||End Date|
|Session A3||3 Weeks||6/26/2023||7/14/2023|
|Session A6||6 Weeks||6/26/2023||8/4/2023|
|Session A8||8 Weeks||6/26/2023||8/18/2023|
|Session A9||9 Weeks||6/26/2023||8/25/2023|
|Session A10||10 Weeks||6/26/2023||9/1/2023|
|Session B3||3 Weeks||7/17/2023||8/4/2023|
|Session C3||3 Weeks||8/7/2023||8/25/2023|
|Session C6||6 Weeks||8/7/2023||9/15/2023|
2023 Online Courses Important Dates
February 1, 2023Enrollment Opens to UCLA Students on MyUCLA
February 15, 2023Registration Opens to Visiting Students
May 1, 2023Registration Deadline for International Students (Session A & B)
May 19, 2023Non-UC Student Payment Deadline
June 1, 2023Registration Deadline for International Students (Session C & D)
June 23, 2023UCLA and UC Student Payment Deadline
June 30, 2023Refund Deadline for All Session A3 Courses and Impacted Session A6, A8, A9, & A10 Courses
July 7, 2023Refund Deadline for Non-Impacted Session A6, A8, A9, & A10 Courses
July 21, 2023Refund Deadline for All Session B3 Courses
August 11, 2023Refund Deadline for All Session C3 Courses and Impacted Session C6 Courses
August 18, 2023Refund Deadline for Non-Impacted Session C6 Courses
Featured Online Courses
Directed Individual Study or ResearchUnits: 2
Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U or letter grading.
Advanced Private Instruction in World Arts and CulturesUnits: 2
Studio, three to 12 hours. Designed for juniors/seniors. Private or semiprivate instruction in one world arts practice with distinguished community-based artist to be arranged by students and approved by instructor….
Myth and RitualUnits: 4
Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Designed for juniors/seniors. Myths make sense of world and its peoples, purposes, and places. Rituals embody and activate myths through dramatic transformative devices…
Aliens, Psychics, and GhostsUnits: 5
Lecture, three hours; discussion, two hours. Enforced requisite: English Composition 3. Combination of approaches of discourse analysis and scientific method to understand how people make sense of other people’s stories…
Colonialisms and ResistanceUnits: 5
Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Introduction to study of indigenous worldviews as they are expressed through art, mythology, ritual, health practice, languages, and ecology. With examples spanning globe, consideration…
PhD Dissertation Research in PlanningUnits: 2
Tutorial, to be arranged. May be repeated for credit. S/U grading.
Current Issues in Urban PlanningUnits: 1
Seminar, three hours. Current issues in urban planning selected by students in conjunction with faculty members. May be repeated for credit. S/U grading.
Environmental Justice through Multiple LensesUnits: 4
(Same as Environment M167 and Public Affairs M161.) Lecture, three hours. Examination of intersection between race, economic class, and environment in U.S., with focus on issues related to social justice….
Global Environment and Development: Problems and IssuesUnits: 4
(Same as Geography M127.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Designed for juniors/seniors. Questions of population, resource use, Third World poverty, and environment. Analysis of global economic restructuring and its…
Environmentalism: Past, Present, and FutureUnits: 4
(Same as Environment M125 and Geography M125.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Exploration of history and origin of major environmental ideas, movements or countermovements they spawned, and new and…
Fees and Payment Info
The fee for each summer course is calculated based on the unit value the course carries and the per-unit fee rate, which varies by UC student status. In addition to the course fee, students are assessed other campus and administrative fees during the summer. This is a summary of fees that commonly apply to the selected student type including the applicable per-unit fee rate.
Actual tuition and fees are subject to change by the University of California. Visit the fees, payment, and financial aid section for important disclaimer, as well as more details on fees, payment instructions, and information on delinquency, refunds, and financial aid.