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1.If you are applying to UCLA as a graduate student for the first time, or if you have applied before but were not admitted, complete all parts of the application. The $105.00 (for U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents) or $125.00 (for all other applicants) application fee must be submitted online by credit or debit card before the application can be processed.
2.If you filed an application for graduate admission at UCLA within the last year and were admitted but did not register, be sure to select Renewal from the dropdown menu at Application Type in the application. Submit only the application, and any additional or updated information or records. One renewal of application is accepted without the application fee.
After the first renewal the application fee must be submitted with each subsequent application. If you applied and were admitted more than one year ago, you must submit a new application, the application fee, and all required materials.
3.If you have ever registered as a graduate student at UCLA, whether you completed a graduate program or not, complete all parts of the application. The application fee must be submitted with the application.
Formal application for readmission is not required of a student returning from an official leave of absence.If you are currently registered as a graduate student at UCLA, do not proceed with the application. Instead, please contact your Student Affairs Officer to submit a Graduate Petition for Change of Major/Classification.
$105.00: U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents
$125.00: All other applicants
Applicants to the Global Executive MBA for Asia Pacific, Master of Financial Engineering and Master of Science in Business Analytics programs pay an application fee of $200.00.
The application fee is devoted to the administrative cost of processing all applications received, and is not refundable under any circumstances, regardless of the outcome, the date of filing, time of review, or if, for whatever the reason, the application is withdrawn.
Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship Program (PPIA) Applicants
Applicants who are sponsored by the Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship Program are eligible for a deferral of the application fee. In the application, on the Plans for Graduate Study page, select PPIA under Program Participation. In the Supporting Documents Upload section of the application, upload a letter from the program officer verifying sponsorship.
Waivers of the $105.00 application fee are available for applicants who a) participate(d) in one of these programs or b) demonstrate financial need as described below.
Participants in the following programs are eligible for fee waivers. In the application, on the Plans for Graduate Study page, select one or more of the programs in which you participated and upload a letter from the program director confirming your participation.
California Alliance for Minority Participation (CAMP)
California State University (CSU) Sally Casanova Pre-Doctoral Scholars Program
Florida A&M University Graduate Feeder Scholars Program (FAMU GFSP)
Gates Millennium Scholars
Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP)
Maximizing Access to Research Careers (MARC)
Minority Biomedical Research Support (MBRS)
Research Initiative for Science Enhancement (MBRS RISE)
Summer Programs for Undergraduate Research (SPUR)
UC- HBCU Initiative
UC Leadership through Advanced Degrees (UC LEADS)
4.Need-based Fee Waivers
Waivers of UCLA’s application fee are available for U.S. citizens, Permanent Residents and others who meet the following criteria:
Are currently enrolled in a college or university and Receive need-based financial aid (if not a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident, this financial aid must come from the state of California) and Submit a statement from their Financial Aid officer confirming all of the above and stating that payment of UCLA’s $105.00 application fee would be a financial hardship.
If you meet all of these criteria, select Fee Waiver in the application, upload the statement from your Financial Aid officer and submit the application.
Do not submit income tax returns, unemployment documents, copies of your FAFSA Expected Family Contribution or other financial estimates; these cannot be accepted as documentation of eligibility for a fee waiver.
Statement of Purpose
Your statement of purpose will be used in conjunction with your application for consideration for graduate admission and financial support. Specific requirements and prompts may be provided on the website of the program to which you are applying. Be sure to check for these prompts before starting to write.
In general, state your purpose in applying for graduate study. Describe your scholarly and research area(s) of interest, experiences that contributed to your preparation in the field, and your plans for your future occupation or profession. Briefly describe experiences that have prepared you for advanced study or research, and provide any additional information that may aid the selection committee in evaluating your preparation and aptitude for graduate study at UCLA. If you are applying for a research masters or doctoral program, you are encouraged to indicate specific research interests and potential faculty mentors.
Submitting your international transcripts
When applying to a UCLA graduate program, each international applicant is required to submit to that program official records from all academic institutions she or he attended.
Official records are defined as original documents issued by the institution—not photocopies—which bear the actual signature of the Registrar and the seal of the issuing institution. If you have attended more than one institution, separate official records should be submitted by each institution.
If your academic record cannot be replaced, obtain a properly certified copy. Keep the original for yourself! Never send a document to UCLA that cannot be replaced; submitted records become the property of the University, and we cannot return them to you.
Our mission is to educate the nation’s future leaders in the science and art of mechanical and aerospace engineering. Further, we seek to expand the frontiers of engineering science and to encourage technological innovation while fostering academic excellence and scholarly learning in a collegial environment.
231A. Convective Heat Transfer Theory
231B. Radiation Heat Transfer
231C. Phase Change Heat Transfer and Two-Phase Flow
231G. Microscopic Energy Transport
233. Nanoscience for Energy Technologies
235A. Nuclear Reactor Theory
C237. Design and Analysis of Smart Grids
M237B. Fusion Plasma Physics and Analysis
237D. Fusion Engineering and Design
239B. Seminar: Current Topics in Transport Phenomena
239F. Special Topics in Transport Phenomena
239G. Special Topics in Nuclear Engineering
239H. Special Topics in Fusion Physics, Engineering, and Technology
CM240. Introduction to Biomechanics
CM241. Mechanics of Cells
242. Introduction to Multiferroic Materials
250A. Foundations of Fluid Dynamics
250B. Viscous and Turbulent Flows
250C. Compressible Flows
250D. Computational Aerodynamics
250E. Spectral Methods in Fluid Dynamics
250F. Hypersonic and High-Temperature Gas Dynamics
C250G. Fluid Dynamics of Biological Systems
250H. Numerical Methods for Incompressible Flows
250M. Introduction to Microfluids/Nanofluids
C250P. Aircraft Propulsion Systems
C250R. Rocket Propulsion Systems
252A. Stability of Fluid Motion
252C. Fluid Mechanics of Combustion Systems
252D. Combustion Rate Processes
252P. Plasma and Ionized Gases
254A. Special Topics in Aerodynamics
255A. Advanced Dynamics
255B. Mathematical Methods in Dynamics
M256A. Linear Elasticity
M256B. Nonlinear Elasticity
256F. Analytical Fracture Mechanics
258A. Nanomechanics and Micromechanics
259A. Seminar: Advanced Topics in Fluid Mechanics
259B. Seminar: Advanced Topics in Solid Mechanics
260. Current Topics in Mechanical Engineering
261A. Energy and Computational Methods in Structural Mechanics
261B. Computational Mechanics of Solids and Structures
262. Mechanics of Intelligent Material Systems
263A. Kinematics of Robotic Systems
263B. Dynamics of Robotic Systems
263C. Control of Robotic Systems
263D. Advanced Topics in Robotics and Control
M269A. Dynamics of Structures
269B. Advanced Dynamics of Structures
269D. Aeroelastic Effects in Structures
M270A. Linear Dynamic Systems
270B. Linear Optimal Control
M270C. Optimal Control
C271A. Probability and Stochastic Processes in Dynamical Systems
271B. Stochastic Estimation
271C. Stochastic Optimal Control
271D. Seminar: Special Topics in Dynamic Systems Control
M272A. Nonlinear Dynamic Systems
273A. Robust Control System Analysis and Design
275A. System Identification
M276. Dynamic Programming
277. Advanced Digital Control for Mechatronic Systems
279. Dynamics and Control of Biological Oscillations
M280B. Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) Fabrication
M282. Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) Device Physics and Design
284. Sensors, Actuators, and Signal Processing
285. Interfacial Phenomena
C286. Applied Optics
M287. Nanoscience and Technology
C287L. Nanoscale Fabrication, Characterization, and Biodetection Laboratory
288. Laser Microfabrication
294A. Compliant Mechanism Design
295A. Radio Frequency Identification Systems: Analysis, Design, and Applications
C296A. Mechanical Design for Power Transmission
296B. High-Temperature Mechanical Design
C297A. Rapid Prototpying and Manufacturing
M297B. Material Processing in Manufacturing
M297C. Composites Manufacturing
298. Seminar: Engineering
M299A. Seminar: Systems, Dynamics, and Control Topics
375. Teaching Apprentice Practicum
495. Teaching Assistant Training Seminar
596. Directed Individual or Tutorial Studies
597A. Preparation for M.S. Comprehensive Examination
597B. Preparation for Ph.D. Preliminary Examinations
597C. Preparation for Ph.D. Oral Qualifying Examination
598. Research for and Preparation of M.S. Thesis
599. Research for and Preparation of Ph.D. Dissertation