Record Series 772 consists of administrative and subject files, financial files, manuals and policies, publications, statistics,
and strategic planning documents created by and for the Graduate Division at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Graduate education at UCLA was formally approved by the University of California's Board of Regents on August 8, 1933 in San
Francisco, California. Initially, authorization was only for graduate studies leading to a Master's of Arts, with enrollment
limited to 125 students. In the first year, however, 170 students registered for graduate work. The Master's of Arts degree
was offered in 16 departments, and 42 master's degrees were awarded during the 1933-1934 academic year. By May 22, 1936, the
regents authorized work leading to a Ph.D. degree in four departments: English, History, Mathematics, and Political Science.
36.0 linear ft.
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or quote must be submitted in writing to the University Archivist, UCLA University Archives.
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