Architecture and Urban Design
Considered one of the most progressive and advanced programs in the country, UCLA Architecture and Urban Design is a leading player on the international stage of contemporary architecture. Students are taught by a world-renowned faculty from established Pritzker Prize winners to the upstarts of tomorrow, using the most creative and cutting-edge advanced approaches to design, technology and architecture.
www.aud.ucla.edu | 1317 Perloff Hall | 310.825.7857
Headed by a faculty of internationally recognized artists and complemented by a roster of distinguished lectures, the UCLA Department of Art is committed to professional art training within the context of a liberal arts university. Emerging artists are provided with the tools they need to express themselves in ways that are meaningful in the social context in which they live and work. Direct interaction between the faculty and students creates a close-knit intellectual community that furthers critical thinking and creative growth.
www.art.ucla.edu | Broad Art Center, Suite 2275 | 310.825.3281
Design | Media Arts
The UCLA Department of Design | Media Arts offers a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to media creation that promotes individual exploration and innovative thinking. The Internationally renowned faculty provide each student with a creative and intellectual foundation for constructing a unique contribution to culture. Cutting-edge technology keeps the innovation of the Department of Design | Media Arts contemporary.
www.design.ucla.edu | Broad Art Center, Suite 2275 | 310.825.9007
World Arts and Cultures/Dance
Led by an interdisciplinary faculty of artists, dance scholars and ethnographers, the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance is an ideal environment for artists, scholars, activists, dancers and choreographers interested in exploring the meaning of creative expression in the contemporary world. Students find unity at a deeper level through a shared engagement with problems of cultural and aesthetic diversity, the meaning of tradition in contemporary societies, and the changing social roles and responsibilities of artists, both in the United States and worldwide.
www.wacd.ucla.edu | Glorya Kaufman Hall, Suite 150 | 310.825.3951
UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music
The largest and first of its kind in a United States university, the UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology explores music from virtually every region of the world and of many ethnic groups in the United States, as well as jazz, popular music and film music. Academic courses in philosophy and aesthetics are offered as well as performance ensemble courses in universal musical traditions.
www.ethnomusic.ucla.edu | 2539 Schoenberg Music Building | 310.206.3033
The UCLA Department of Music is dedicated to producing musicians capable of succeeding in today’s highly competitive professional world as performers, composers and educators with degree programs that fully integrate academic and artistic excellence. Gifted students from throughout the world have the opportunity to study with critically acclaimed faculty.
www.music.ucla.edu | 2539 Schoenberg Music Building | 310.825.4761