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UCLA Registrar's Office

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Registrar's Office closed October 25

The Registrar’s Office will be closed for in-person services after 12 p.m. on October 25. Please visit us virtually on Zoom during our regular business hours of 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Registrar's Office closed September 21

On September 21, the Registrar’s Office will be closed for a staff event. Regular service hours will resume on Friday, September 22. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Registrar business hours

Get answers and information from the Registrar’s Office, virtually through Zoom or in person at 1113 Murphy Hall. Virtual and in-person hours are Monday-Friday 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., except holidays.

New nursing doctorate degree

Effective fall 2024, the School of Nursing will offer a new, state-supported Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. The self-supporting Doctor of Nursing Practice degree also continues to be offered.

New Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology master’s degree

Effective fall 2023, the Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology department offers a new MS degree. The Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology MA has been disestablished.

New Disability Studies bachelor’s degree

Effective fall 2023, the College of Letters and Science offers a bachelor’s degree (BA) in Disability Studies. The capstone major examines disability as a social, cultural, and aesthetic construct. Students participate in an internship at a service or policy institution.

New Creative Writing minor

Effective fall 2023, a new minor in Creative Writing is offered by the English department. The minor focuses on the craft of writing poetry or short fiction, and explore other writing practices including creative nonfiction, screenwriting, and writing for digital media.

New health data science master’s degree

Effective fall 2023, the Biostatistics department offers a self-supporting Master of Data Science in Health (MDSH) degree. The program is designed for working professionals to become well-trained, professional health-data analytics leaders.

Statistics department renamed

Effective spring 2023, the Statistics department name is changed to Statistics and Data Science.

Statistics degrees renamed

Effective spring 2023, some Statistics department degrees are renamed to reflect the department name change. The bachelor's degree and minor in Statistics are renamed Statistics and Data Science. The self-supporting Master of Applied Statistics degree is renamed Master of Applied Statistics and Data Science.

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