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Register Early Years This cross curricular learning block will utilize play, art, and story telling to spark and engage our littlest learners. Using in depth studies of different artists we tie in not only art, but also geography, science and history. Please note: This class is located at our Studio City campus. Tue 1:00pm-3:00pm All 5 - 6 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 630.00
Register Adventures in Literature This class will use historical fiction to focus on listening comprehension, vocabulary, story elements and class discussion to understand the importance of the historical events portrayed. Thu 10:00am-11:00am All 7 - 9 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Art Exploration Let's explore and create art. Your creativity and imagination will soar in this youth art class which will use a variety of mediums and artist inspirations. A $30 material fee has been added. A $30 material fee has been added. Mon 1:30pm-2:30pm All 7 - 9 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 435.00
Register Cooking Jr Cooking classes are a fun, and social way for your child to learn the important skill of creating meals and while gaining confidence and skills that will follow them through their lives. Thu 1:00pm-2:00pm All 7 & up 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 450.00
Register Engineering Full S.T.E.A.M ahead! Engineering - How much weight can a spaghetti bridge hold? ... or a cardboard bridge? How do different structures survive earthquakes? How do you build an arch? We will explore all these questions and so much more! Wed 12:30pm-1:30pm All 7 - 9 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Garden Science Who is ready to get their hands dirty?! In this hands-on class, we will plant seeds, herbs, and bulbs, observing them grow and investigate how to help them flourish. We will learn about the native plants and animals in our backyards and gardens. Students will explore the life cycle of animals and plants, soil composition, photosynthesis, and different ways of composting. This class will include many hands-on planting activities and small projects that the students will take home so they can implement their new gardening skills in their own yards or window sills. Thu 9:00am-10:00am All 7 - 9 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Garden Science Who is ready to get their hands dirty?! In this hands-on class, we will plant seeds, herbs, and bulbs, observing them grow and investigate how to help them flourish. We will learn about the native plants and animals in our backyards and gardens. Students will explore the life cycle of animals and plants, soil composition, photosynthesis, and different ways of composting. This class will include many hands-on planting activities and small projects that the students will take home so they can implement their new gardening skills in their own yards or window sills. Thu 9:00am-10:00am All 7 - 11 5 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register History of North American Indigenous People Through stories, crafts and projects students will learn about the history and culture of North America’s native tribal nations. Thu 11:00am-12:00pm All 7 - 9 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Math Circle Students are divided into groups by skill level using Singapore Math Dimensions as the spine of the class. They will work together on hands-on activities and projects. Mon, Wed 10:00am-11:00am All 7 - 9 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 555.00
Register Reading Circle Let’s Read, Learn, and Play together! In this unique mixed ages and skill leveled class, students get twice the fun to focus on their reading skills. Beginner readers use a variety of early readers, and games to grow and strengthen their phonemic awareness, sight word recognition, and simple sentence and paragraph reading fluidity. Intermediate readers work on a variety of poetry and short stories. Literary analysis centers on setting, inferences, comparing and contrasting, characters, theme, cause and effect, predictions, point of view, conflict, and resolutions. Mon, Wed 11:00am-12:00pm All 7 - 9 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 555.00
Register World Cultures Students learn about countries around the world and the people who live in them. Each week we look at the music, art, traditions, foods, and landscape of places near and far. Students share and learn about their own cultures and ancestry in addition to places and people far away. Mon 12:30pm-1:30pm All 7 - 9 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register PE Physical education provides cognitive content and instruction designed to develop motor skills, knowledge, and behaviors for physical activity and physical fitness through classic sports and nature games. Mon 3:00pm-4:30pm All 8 - 16 12 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Adventures in Literature 10-11 This class will use historical fiction to focus on listening comprehension, vocabulary, story elements and class discussion to understand the importance of the historical events portrayed. Novels to be read are The Witch of Blackbird Pond and Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry. Thu 10:00am-11:00am All 10 - 11 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Cooking Jr Cooking classes are a fun, and social way for your child to learn the important skill of creating meals and while gaining confidence and skills that will follow them through their lives. Thu 1:00pm-2:00pm All 10 & up 7 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 450.00
Register History of North American Indigenous People Through stories, crafts and projects students will learn about the history and culture of North America’s native tribal nations. Thu 11:00am-12:00pm All 10 - 11 3 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register In the News: UHS Newspaper In this class students put out a weekly UHS newspaper. We discuss current events and what is happening in our community. The children write news stories based on their understanding of what is happening around them. They also add in comic pages, book reviews, and artwork. It is a lively fun filled class! Wed 12:30pm-1:30pm All 10 - 11 4 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Life Science Biology is the study of life. This biology course, designed for students age 10 to 11, includes an introduction to the concepts of biology. Students will gain knowledge about the building blocks of life, cell biology and the cellular processes, as well as molecular genetics and heredity. In addition, the scientific method, ecology, and evolution will be discussed. This course will prepare students for future science courses. This class will consist of lectures and labs. It will also include a project to be presented on the last day of the semester. Mon 1:30pm-2:30pm All 10 - 11 1 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Math Circle Students are divided into groups by skill level using Singapore Math Dimensions as the spine of the class. They will work together on hands-on activities and projects. Mon, Wed 10:00am-11:00pm All 10 - 11 3 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 555.00
Register Model United Nations Jr. - UHSMUNJ JrMUN introduces young people to the field of international affairs. Students explore the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, learn the art of public speaking, and simulate UN debate and procedures. They learn about different countries and cultures by role-playing and becoming leaders in those countries. Class meets in person or online depending on current conditions. Mon 12:30pm-1:30pm All 10 - 11 1 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Reading Circle Let’s Read, Learn, and Play together! In this unique mixed ages and skill leveled class, students get twice the fun to focus on their reading skills. Beginner readers use a variety of early readers, and games to grow and strengthen their phonemic awareness, sight word recognition, and simple sentence and paragraph reading fluidity. Intermediate readers work on a variety of poetry and short stories. Literary analysis centers on setting, inferences, comparing and contrasting, characters, theme, cause and effect, predictions, point of view, conflict, and resolutions. Mon, Wed 11:00am-12:00pm All 10 - 11 4 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 550.00
Register Rock Band Rock Band is a performing ensemble class in which students are placed in groups to rehearse and perform a variety of rock songs. Along with the 2 hour weekly group rehearsal, each student is also assigned a 30 minute weekly one on one lesson with the class instructor. Tue 9:00am-10:30pm All 10 & up 2 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 810.00
Register City Schooling Our City Schooling program expands the classroom to include the outside world. Join us and learn the incredible and complex nature of LA by encouraging the city to tell its own story. Students travel to a different location around the greater Los Angeles area each week all while learning to use public transportation. Destinations may include: museums & galleries, local beaches, cultural landmarks, and more! Please note: Tap card, transit fare, and admission to attractions is not included in tuition. Fri 10:00am-3:00pm All 12 & up 12 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 1440.00
Register Civics and Government This class will explore the branches of government, the U.S. constitution, the political process, in a fun, interactive way. Our goal is to have the students understand the importance of being an active participant in the democratic process. Wed 10:00am-11:00am All 12 - 14 5 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Contemporary Literature - Middle Grades Students will be introduced to modern and diverse works of literature. All the classics had to start somewhere and here is where we hope to find the next generation of great reads. Utilizing comprehension exercises and class discussion of literary elements through various perspectives, students will compare how these stories relate to themselves the world around us. Please note: Books to be purchased will be announced at the first class meeting. Thu 1:00pm-2:00pm All 12 - 14 3 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Cooking Teen cooking classes are a fun, and social way for your teen to learn the important skill of creating meals and learn important skills while gaining confidence and skills that will follow them through their lives. Thu 3:00pm-4:30pm All 12 & up 3 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 550.00
Register Creative Writing - Middle School Creative Writing (12+) Students will learn about expanding their imagination to communicate their unique stories and visions. We will explore a variety of different genres, including fantasy, science fiction, comedy, and many other creative types of writing. Additionally, in this class, we will do assignments that stem from "outside the box," such as writing a story from an animal's perspective or writing a story inspired by a painting, song, or dance. In the past, we have created work based on literature, quotes, quirky characters, as well as personal stories. Students will share work and learn from their peers and most importantly we will have fun! Mon 2:00pm-3:30pm All 12 - 14 9 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 528.00
Register Earth Science The middle school course is designed to give students a foundation in the knowledge of Earth science. This course will give students insight into oceans, climate, and various dramatic geological events and extreme weather. Mon 1:00pm-2:00pm All 12 - 14 3 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 528.00
Register Eat, Sleep, Breathe Art This is a class for the traditional and non-traditional artists in each of us. Art is everywhere, from cereal boxes to graffiti-laced walls to our dreams. A combination of all things art, this class is intended to think outside the box, inside the box, and everywhere in between. Whether discussing classic artists or local living artists, projects will include everything from traditional paintings, to mini dream theme installations, to recycled art sculptures. Thu 2:00pm-3:00pm All 12 & up 4 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 438.00
Register Grammar Learning grammar is one of the most fundamental parts of learning any language. Let's dive deep and learn all of the rules to help you express yourself clearly. Ill-fitting grammar are like ill-fitting shoes. You can get used to it for a bit, but then one day your toes fall off and you can’t walk to the bathroom. ~Jasper Fforde Wed 1:00pm-2:00pm All 12 - 14 6 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register History of North American Indigenous People Using the book An Indigenous People’s History of the United States for young readers this class will take an honest look at the history and culture of North America’s native tribal nations. We will dissect popular cultural beliefs, learn about colonialism and policies that played a role in shaping our national identity. Wed 11:00am-12:00pm All 12 - 14 6 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register How to Build a Story In How To Build a Story, we will write together in class each week and share our writing out loud. Whether you're curious about writing or already have a regular practice, this class will help you understand the three-act structure, how to bring a character to life, and how to be a good critique partner to your fellow writers. We will also regularly discuss the books, graphic novels, and stories we are reading in order to highlight character development, plot, pacing, and world-building. Get ready to write. Wed 9:00am-10:00am All 12 - 14 7 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Improv Join our merry band of improvisational actors! Whether you are curious about this amazing art form or have had lots of experience acting and improvising, we will cover basic skills of listening, agreement, co-creation, vocal projection, and presentation, and jump into some more advanced ideas through short-form games and more. Kids learn to trust their instincts, listen to each other, and have fun! This class will work from the comfort of home or in-person in a classroom, our games and activities games will inspire creativity and play. While online, we will play games that involve creating characters, changing emotions, diving into imagined scenarios, dubbing favorite movies, and even creating our own versions of popular games. Wed 1:00pm-2:00pm All 12 & up 6 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Intro to Shakespeare Learn the stories and characters of some of Shakespeare's most beloved plays in this fun interpretation of original works by use of modern rhyming couplets. " I have a story, that is often told Of a Prince named Hamlet, from days of old. His troubled mind, we shall explore, As I take you now to Elsinore." Thu 9:00am-10:00am All 12 & up 6 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Math Fundamentals Please note: This class meets twice a week. You can join on campus or online. Textbook fee: $40 per semester. Mon, Thu 10:00am-11:00am All 12 - 14 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 652.00
Register Model United Nations - UHSMUN Our MUN program introduces young people to the field of international affairs. Students step into the role of ambassadors as they simulate the actual United Nations in debate and negotiation, all in an effort to address a variety of important issues facing the world today. Think of it as cosplay for ambassadors! Our MUN students become immersed in timely global issues all while studying a blend of history, political science, and current events. They engage in rigorous academic preparation to understand the countries they will represent, the UN committees in which they will represent them, and the key issues to be debated and addressed. Successful students will learn to walk in another’s shoes and fully represent the positions of their adopted countries. MUN builds skills for college and beyond: Research and writing, Debate and public speaking, Advocacy and problem solving. Please note: This class meets twice a week. You can join on campus or online. Conference fees not included. Mon, Wed 9:00am-10:00am All 12 & up 8 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 652.00
Register Physiology & Anatomy Find out about the anatomy of our body and how it works through this creative science class! Students will take a deep dive into the physiology of the body by drawing systems, organs, and tissues while learning about their anatomy and how they function. By creating real life drawings, Dr. Charlotte will guide you through the normal functions of our body and its parts. In the end, the students will have a beautiful and anatomically correct book of personal drawings of our amazing body! This class will require some work outside of class time. Homework and assignments may be given. This class will also include a project to be presented at our Open House in the end of each semester. Thu 9:00am-10:00am All 12 - 14 7 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra is the math you’ll use for the rest of your life. In fact, you’re already using it. Ever had to split a six-piece pizza between ten hungry friends? How about figuring out how many more assists you need for that triple-double? This is Pre-Algebra, and in this class, you’ll get the tools and tricks to tackle the types of math problems you deal with daily. This course can be used to supplement a face-to-face Pre-Algebra course. Please note: This class meets twice a week. You can join on campus or online. Textbook fee: $49 per semester for access to the UC Scout curriculum. This is a full year course. Mon, Thu 11:00am-12:00pm All 12 - 14 3 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 652.00
Register Spanish 1 This course is based on the themes of Global Challenges, Beauty and Aesthetics, Families and Communities, Personal and Public Identities, Contemporary Life, and Science and Technology. UC Scout World Language courses are standards and proficiency based, weaving the California World Languages Standards Communication (Interpersonal, Interpretive, and Presentational), Cultures, and Connections.Topics include greetings, the alphabet, numbers, describing one's home, physical characteristics, foods, school, calendars, clothing, free time activities, social networks, healthcare, and transportation. Students will also learn about major holidays and cultural celebrations, as well as understand and respond to simple commands and questions. Please note: This class meets twice a week. You can join on campus or online. Textbook fee: $49 per semester for access to the UC Scout Curriculum. This is a full year class. Mon, Wed 10:00am-11:00am All 12 & up 5 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 652.00
Register The Co-Lab Class The Co-Lab Class is a student lead, project-based workshop style class with three facilitators, Anna Smith, Mara Donahoe and Verity Freeburn with different skill sets to give the students the scaffolding they need. We will spend some time exploring and brainstorming with the teens about projects they want to try and things they want to learn before we get to work. If they want to create a game, an art project, a business, get an internship, master a skill, etc. the facilitators are there to support them where their interest leads. There will be group check ins with the teens and facilitators. The teens are encouraged to support each other whether it is working on a joint project or giving feedback. This three-hour block is designed so that the students can schedule the time they are in class to fit around their schedule, whether it is a private music lesson or biology lab without interfering with Co-Lab time. Tue 11:00am-3:00pm All 12 - 18 9 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 550.00
Register World History This class spans time from early humans to modern time and looks at the interactions of the people behind the events: cooperation and conflict, alliances and arguments. We will examine how history is influenced by people’s dreams and goals and shaped by their decisions and actions, understand what happened and why, and gain insight into how one person can make a profound difference in the world. Students will take on writing. research and student-led projects. This is a year long class. Wed 2:00pm-3:00pm All 12 - 14 6 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Algebra 1 Algebra is everywhere. It’s used for everything from calculating a college’s rank to determining a car loan’s monthly payment. Through this course, you’ll learn how to use algebra to solve everyday life problems, from calculating how much gasoline you’ll need for your summer road trip to graphing college tuition costs. With an in-depth understanding of algebraic principles, including variables, equations, graphing, number properties, polynomials, and more, you’ll gain the necessary problem-solving skills to practically apply algebra to real life. Please note: This class meets twice a week. You can join on campus or online. Textbook fee: $49 per semester for UC Scout curriculum access. This is a full year class. Mon, Thu 2:00pm-3:00pm All 14 & up 6 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 652.00
Register Algebra 2 Ever wondered how to calculate the amount of money you could make from an investment? How about deciphering the number of products you need to sell to hit a sales goal? If so, then Algebra II is your ticket to understanding the power and usability of algebraic formulas in business, education, and life. In this course, you’ll dive deep into the realm of algebra, learning mathematical reasoning, probability, polynomial functions, linear functions, and much, much more. RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE: Geometry Please note: This class meets twice a week for 16 weeks for the fall semester. You can join on campus or online. Textbook fee: $49 per semester for UC Scout curriculum access. This is a full year class. Mon, Thu 3:00pm-4:00pm All 14 & up 6 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 652.00
Register AP Enviromental Science Pollution, deforestation, overpopulation, and desertification: these are just some of the issues environmental science wrestles with daily. Environmental science is the study of the environment and environmental problems. This course will expose you to the interconnectedness of all natural processes on Earth, as well as the ecological requirements for sustaining human life. You’ll get up close and personal learning about how individual and collective decisions and policies directly impact the environment, as well as how to balance both humanity’s and nature’s needs without further compromising the ecosystem. RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE: Algebra I and Biology. Please note: This class meets twice a week. You can join on campus or online. Textbook fee: $49 per semester for UC Scout curriculum access. This is a year long class. Mon, Thu 1:00pm-2:00pm All 14 & up 6 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 652.00
Register Biology Biology is the study of living organisms and the natural world. In this class, you’ll learn about the processes and chemistry that give life to the world while exploring topics ranging from DNA to evolution, reproduction to taxonomy. Interactive exercises and web labs will help you improve your analytical skills while introducing you to new scientific and algebraic concepts. Please note: This class meets twice a week. You can join on campus or online. Textbook fee: $49 per semester for access to UC Scout curriculum. This is a full year class. Mon, Thu 11:00am-12:00pm All 14 & up 2 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 652.00
Register Biology Lab Please note: This class meets on the 2nd Tuesday each month. Tuition for this class is $300 plus a $135 lab fee. The lab fee is for both the fall and spring semesters. When re-enrolling for spring you will not pay a lab fee. Tue 12:30pm-3:30pm All 14 & up 4 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 435.00
Register Chicano Studies - LACC This class supports a college level Chicano Studies class offered online through LACC and UHS will offer an in-person support class. In the support class students will have discussions, work on assignments, and receive test support from a UHS teacher. Students will receive college credit through LACC. UHS will be offering the LACC support class on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11am – 12 pm. Students can attend the support class either once or twice a week. While the UHS class will meet in person, students can also join online. Mon, Wed 11:00am-12:00pm All 14 - 18 4 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register Creative Writing - High School Writing is about telling a story. What is your story? What story would you like to share with the world? Using our imagination and personal experiences, we will explore the world of creative writing through a series of exercises to help you grow. This is a wonderful opportunity for the student to enjoy the writing process, whether it's a special concept you've always had or a personal experience you would like to explore, this workshop will allow us to learn what it means to be a dynamic storyteller. We will also read from passages from published material, so we can also learn from the great writers of our time. We will discuss what you love about writing and what your thoughts are on what you look for in a compelling story. You will not only learn tools to become a better writer, but you will also learn how to have fun during the process. Mon 3:30pm-5:00pm All 14 & up 5 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 528.00
Register English 9 In this course, you'll learn the beauty of the English language while studying short stories, non-fiction, poetry, drama, and novels. This course contains some of history’s best-known classics. You’ll learn grammar, usage, and standard forms of American English by working through some of the world's greatest adventure and love stories. Our activities will incorporate reading, writing, oral communication, and language. Please note: This class meets twice a week. You can join on campus or online. Textbook fee: $49 per semester for UC Scout curriculum access. This is a full year class. Mon, Thu 1:00pm-2:00pm All 14 & up 1 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 652.00
Register High School Literature High School Literature In this class, we will closely examine a wide range of genres and texts to gain a comprehensive and thorough understanding of profound literary work. In addition to literary devices and thematic exploration, students will also find historical, visual, sociological, and psychological parallels between fiction and the real world. We will learn about some of the authors' lives and see how their work reflected and related to their personal backgrounds. Students will be encouraged to write more thoroughly and with a sophisticated eye, to capture the essence of the author's work and discuss it in a meaningful way. Wed 2:00pm-3:00pm All 14 & up 5 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 480.00
Register How to Build a Novel In How To Build a Novel, we discuss ways to begin a regular writing practice, how to generate ideas, bring characters to life, build a plot, and create a world that feels real. Whether you’ve dabbled in writing or you’re already a prolific writer, this class can help you flesh out your ideas and grow them into your first novel. We look at NaNoWriMo, advice from famous writers, discuss the importance of reading, share our writing, and learn how to be good critique partners. This builds the foundation for the novel you write in the spring semester (you are required to complete the fall semester curriculum in order to join us for spring semester). Get ready to write. Wed 10:00am-11:00am All 14 & up 6 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 405.00
Register How to Write a Novel This is an invite only class.   4:00pm-5:00pm All 14 & up 7 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 368.00
Register Oceanography This course will introduce students to the important physical and biological processes in the oceans in a way that links these conceptual principles together within our earth’s systems. The initial focus includes the principles upon which physical oceanography is based. This understanding is applied to rotation and revolution of the planet, plate tectonics, bathymetry and an investigation into the waves, tides, currents, and the large-scale ocean circulation and weather patterns. The marine biological study includes the communities of estuaries, sandy beaches, coral reefs, intertidal zones, kelp forests, and pelagic and benthic environments including hydrothermal vents. Examples will be given to show how physical oceanography affects and is affected by the biological, chemical, and geological processes -- the biogeochemical cycles of our earth. Please note: This class meets twice a week. You can join on campus or online. Textbook fee: $49 per semester. This is a full year class. Mon, Thu 10:00am-11:00am All 14 & up 5 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 652.00
Register Spanish 2 This course is based on the themes of Global Challenges, Beauty and Aesthetics, Families and Communities, Personal and Public Identities, Contemporary Life, and Science and Technology. UC Scout World Language courses are standards and proficiency based, weaving the California World Languages Standards Communication (Interpersonal, Interpretive, and Presentational), Cultures, and Connections with the ACTFL World-Readiness Standards Comparisons and Communities into each level of instruction. Students will have the opportunity to engage in live conversations with their teacher throughout the term. These conversations, called "Interpersonal Communication Assignments", will allow students to practice speaking the target language with immediate support and feedback. This class is taught mostly in Spanish with English scaffolds. Please note: This class meets twice a week. You can join on campus or online. Textbook fee: $40 per semester to access the UC Scout curriculum. Mon, Wed 9:00am-10:00am All 14 & up 6 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 652.00
Register US History In this course, students are challenged to examine major events and themes from the foundation of the nation through the Civil War, followed by explorations of American industrialization, immigration, technological advancements, political reform, community formation, cultural change, familial structures, environmental concern, civic engagement, and global interactions up through the early twentieth century. Please note: This class meets twice a week for 16 weeks for the fall semester. You can join on campus or online. Textbook fee: $49 per semester for UC Scout curriculum access. This is a full year class. Mon, Thu 10:00am-11:00am All 14 & up 3 01/23/2023 05/22/2023 2023 Spring 652.00