About the Catalogue
The USC Catalogue is the document of authority for all students. The program requirements listed in the USC Catalogue supersede any information that may be contained in any bulletin of any school or department. The university reserves the right to change its policies, rules, regulations, requirements for graduation, course offerings and any other contents of this catalogue at any time.
University Park Campus
Los Angeles, California 90089
To view USC’s Style Guide, please click here .
The USC Catalogue is published online annually in early June. There is no longer a print version though a print-friendly capability is offered. Once the Catalogue is published, changes can only be made to correct inaccuracies. From October to May, the Catalogue Office is in production on the next year’s Catalogue, known as the “Preview” Catalogue. For read-only access to the Preview Catalogue, contact the Catalogue Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Catalogue Office works in conjunction with the Curriculum Coordination Office to update curricular information in the Preview Catalogue on a weekly basis during the production months. The Catalogue Office also updates non-curricular Catalogue information such as faculty appointments, policy updates and admission changes during the production months. For more information, email email@example.com.
The USC Catalogue is published by the Office of the Registrar, Catalogue Office, (213) 740-1207. The catalogue is published online in June 2015 as the document of authority for the following academic year.
Managing Editor: Diane Ver Steeg Anderson
Contributing Editors: Julie Wood, Lesley Zanich (The Oak Co)
Photography: Meiko Takechi Arquillos; Tracy Boulian & David Ahntholz, Two Point Pictures; Philip Channing; Joseph Chen; Steve Cohn; Ian Evenstar; Roberto Gomez; Anna Gustafson; Kristie Hoang; Kristina Jacinth; Nico Marques; Alan Mittelstaedt; Rosalie O’Connor; Ben Pack; Tom Queally; John Skalicy; Craig Schwartz; Chris Shinn; David Sprague; Warren Techentin; USC
Technical Support: Dan Heller, Kit Warchol