Cross-Campus Enrollment System

Announcing cross-campus online courses

Students can now search for and enroll in online courses offered on other UC campuses through a central enrollment system. Online options include a course from UCLA on the politics of moral judgments, a Santa Cruz calculus course that uses e-text books for problem sets, and a Spanish 3 course from Davis that features guest speakers from foreign countries. All online courses will help students earn UC unit credit, with the potential for GE, pre-major or major credit based on departmental and program requirements. The website will provide course descriptions, credit information, and a syllabus and more.

Below is a list of courses to be offered during Winter and Spring 2014.  Launched November 18, 2013, the cross-campus enrollment website allows students electronically enroll in online courses and to get information about the type of credit these courses will earn.

*Please note:  it is a student’s responsibility to check prerequisites and to check with his/her advisor before enrolling in a course to determine the type of credit that will be awarded for an online cross-campus course.

Courses offered Winter Quarter Campus
Elementary Spanish: Spanish 3V UC Davis
Global Climate Change: Convergence of Biological, Geophysical, & Social Sciences; Science and Society 25V UC Davis
Introduction to Astronomy: Physics 20A UC Irvine
Introduction to Psychology: PSY BEH UC Irvine
Pre-Calculus Mathematics: Math 1B UC Irvine
Dance: Cultures and Context: Dance 7V  UC Riverside
Introduction to Computer Science for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering I: CS 10V  UC Riverside
Introduction to Computer Science for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering II: CS 12V UC Riverside
Courses offered Spring Quarter Campus
Expository Writing: UWP 1
UC Davis
Global Climate Change: Convergence of Biological, Geophysical, & Social Sciences: Science and Society 25V UC Davis
Terrorism & War: Science and Society 7V UC Davis
Introduction to Writing and Rhetoric: Writing 39A UC Irvine
Principles in Social Sciences: 1A UC Irvine
Diversity, Disagreement & Democracy: Can't We All Just Get Along?: Political Science 115D UCLA
Geography 7: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems UCLA
Introduction to Computer Science for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering I: CS 10V UC Riverside
Introduction to Latin America: History 75V UC Riverside
Calculus for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics: Math 19A   UC Santa Cruz
Introduction to Fresh Water: Processes and Policy; Environmental Sciences 65 UC Santa Cruz
Courses offered Spring Semester Campus
American Cybercultures: Principles of Internet Citizenship: W23AC UC Berkeley
General Psychology: Psychology W1 UC Berkeley
Introductory Probability and Statistics for Business: Statistics W21 UC Berkeley