Community or Corporate Internships in Ethnomusicology (ETHNMUS 195A)

The department is pleased to be able to give University credit to students majoring in ethnomusicology who wish to participate in community or corporate internships. These internships count as credit toward the undergraduate degree (see Undergraduate Program). Graduate students MAY NOT enroll in these courses.

For more information on internships go to The Center for Community Learning and Service. Administered by the Division of Honors and Undergraduate Programs of the College, The Center for Community Learning and Service assists students, faculty, and academic departments in developing meaningful learning experiences outside the classroom. These may be in the form of student internships, field studies or research, community service, or cooperative education programs.


Procedures for enrolling in ETHNMUS 195A


Students must select an internship. For help with finding internships check out the Career Center BruinView or the Community Learning database of community partners on MyUCLA ("Internships" link).
2. Students enroll in Ethnomu 195A by filling out the Internship Contract, available on MyUCLA, and getting a signature from their proposed UCLA instructor, indicating the instructor's approval.



Students must give or send an Internship Information Sheet to the supervisor of the internship, requesting that they mail the completed form to Allison Taka, Undergraduate Advisor, <> (310) 825-4769, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, Department of Ethnomusicology, Box 951657, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1657.
4. Once Allison Taka has received both forms, she will enroll the student in Ethnomu 195A.