How do you become a communications major at UCLA?


How do you become a communications major at UCLA?

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To become a communications major at UCLA, you must be an enrolled student at UCLA and submit an application into the committee in charge. An application can be found on the communications department website during spring quarter. However, before you submit an application for admission into the communications program, it is recommended to fulfill as many of the seven required lower-division courses that you can. The seven required lower-division courses are Communication 1, Communication 10, one course from the following (Anthropology 4, Linguistics 1, M4, or Philosophy 23), one Statistics course (either Economics 41 or Statistics 10), and three courses from the following (Political Science 40, Sociology 1, Psychology 10, and Political Science 30 or Economics 1 or 5). The number of spots for enrollment into the communications program are limited, but once enrolled, you can then work on completing the 10 or 11 upper-division courses that are required to complete the program.

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