Summer Course Offerings
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The Department of Comparative Literature offers courses through the UCLA Summer Sessions program during Session A and Session C. Please check this page in late Fall 2019 for information regarding Summer 2020 course offerings.
For inquiries regarding the Department’s summer courses, contact the Comparative Literature Student Affairs Officer at email@example.com.
For general inquiries about Summer Sessions at UCLA, including dates, registration, and fee information, please visit UCLA Summer Sessions website.
SUMMER SESSION 2020 COURSES
Session A (6 weeks): June 22, 2020 – July 31, 2020
Comparative Literature 4DW – Literature and Writing: Great Books from World at Large
Instructor: Andrew Fleshman
Enforced requisite: English Composition 3 or 3H or English as a Second Language 36. Not open for credit to students with credit for course 1D or 2DW. Study and discussion of major literary texts usually overlooked in courses that focus only on canon of Western literature, with emphasis on literary analysis and expository writing. Texts from at least three of following areas read in any given term: African, Caribbean, East Asian, Latin American, and Middle Eastern literature. Texts may include works by authors such as Ngugi, Desai, Kincaid, Emecheta, El Saadawi, Achebe, Pak, Can Xue, Neruda, and Rushdie. Satisfies Writing II requirement.
Session C (6 weeks): August 3, 2020 – September 11, 2020
Comparative Literature 4CW – Literature and Writing: Age of Enlightenment to 20th Century
Instructor: Benjamin Ratskoff
Enforced requisite: English Composition 3 or 3H or English as a Second Language 36. Not open for credit to students with credit for course 1C or 2CW. Study and discussion of selected texts from Age of Enlightenment to 20th century, with emphasis on literary analysis and expository writing. Texts may include works by authors such as Swift, Voltaire, Diderot, Rousseau, Goethe, M. Shelley, Flaubert, Ibsen, Strindberg, Dostoevsky, Gogol, Kafka, Joyce, Beckett, L. Hughes, and Garcia Marquez. Satisfies Writing II requirement.
WHY BE A SUMMER BRUIN?
4 OUT OF 5 UCLA students will become a Summer Bruin at some point during their undergraduate career.
There are many reasons why UCLA students become Summer Bruins:
- Fulfill degree requirements to graduate on time or early
- Create flexibility to double major, take up a minor, and/or study abroad
- Have a lighter schedule to tackle and focus on courses that may be more difficult
- Enroll in an impacted course that is very hard to get a space in during the academic year
- Take a course of interest outside your major
- Complete the entire Foreign Language Requirement with a language intensive course
- Save money (Nonresident Supplemental Tuition is not assessed during the summer for out-of-state students)
- And many more…
Incoming first year and transfer students can start as early as the summer prior to their first quarter.
It is important that you understand how specific courses will apply towards your intended degree. Please be sure to consult with your academic advisor before enrolling.
Please visit our ACADEMIC COURSES: UCLA STUDENTS page for information on the following:
- Enrollment and registration
- Fees and payment
- Relevant University and Summer Sessions policies applicable to UCLA students
- and more!
Summer is a great opportunity to fulfill GE or Writing II requirements, enroll in that much needed impacted course, or complete your graduation requirements sooner.
During the summer, many academic courses that make up UCLA’s regular curriculum are offered in two sessions, Session A and Session C . With over 1000 courses to choose from, including ONLINE COURSES, you can have a successful and productive summer no matter where you are headed.
To view a full list of academic courses offered during the summer, please click here.
UCLA ONLINE COURSES offer you the opportunity to earn credit anytime, anywhere. UCLA academic courses delivered online carry the same unit value and UCLA degree credit, and transcripts do not indicate if a class was taken online or on campus.
Whether you will be moving back home during the summer or working full time with inflexible hours, online courses provide an alternative solution to your academic needs.
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