Degree minors available at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) include Greek, Iranian studies, biomedical research, Earth and environmental sciences, and theater. In total, UCLA offers 80 minors across five schools.
The five schools offering minors at UCLA are letters and science; arts and architecture; engineering and applied science; nursing; and theater, film, and television. Other minors at the university include history of science and medicine, mathematics, neuroscience, philosophy, and public health. At UCLA, students can choose minors that relate to their major, or the degree they choose might have minor requirements. For example, students pursuing an undergraduate degree in the department of classics have a certain set of minors from which to choose.
UCLA has been around in one form or another since 1819. Each year, the university welcomes undergraduates from across the United States, as well as a number of international students. As a university that ranks highly both nationally and internationally, UCLA produces graduates who have high success rates when they apply for prestigious graduate programs elsewhere. To study at UCLA, students must achieve a consistently superior academic record while in high school. As of 2014, the university has more than 4,000 teaching staff and 25,000 undergraduates in total.