SOURCE: UCLA Extension

UCLA Extension

August 12, 2015 12:00 ET

Fall 2015 UCLA Extension Enrollment Underway: Expanded Classes Offered in Torrance, Downtown Los Angeles and Koreatown

El Camino College and Figueroa Courtyard Among New Locations With Certificates and New Programs

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 12, 2015) - UCLA Extension announces enrollment for its Fall 2015 classes is officially open, with new courses and expanded locations in the Los Angeles area. In addition to courses on the UCLA campus, and in Westwood Village, programs are conveniently available at El Camino College in Torrance, Figueroa Courtyard in Downtown Los Angeles and in Koreatown. Also, UCLA Extension offers over 100 professional certificates, some completely online. Fall courses begin on September 21, 2015.

"Bringing our courses to even more locations near our students can provide a learning experience that is both accessible and life-changing," said Wayne Smutz, Dean of Continuing Education and UCLA Extension. "Education has the power to unlock human potential, and UCLA Extension is working on parallel high-tech, high-touch tracks to extend our reach -- to be where you need us to be," he concluded.

New courses this fall are in a range of subjects; from arts, business and management, legal, education, engineering, IT and more. Programs include:

and more.

Attend free evening, weekend or online information sessions and open houses in August and September to find out more.

UCLA Extension serves adult learners locally, regionally and globally with a deep commitment to advancement and enrichment via access to our continuing education programs which are designed to help individuals grow -- by exploring an interest, developing skills or shifting careers. At UCLA Extension adults and professionals never stop learning. 

UCLA Extension is the continuing education division of the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). We offer courses evenings and weekends in Westwood and Downtown L.A. plus online courses available around the globe. Courses range from business, arts, engineering, and IT to entertainment studies, public policy, public health, humanities and more. Explore UCLA Extension at

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