From 1901-02 through 1905-06, according to University of California publications, courses under the heading Linguistics were taught at UC. They are listed below, together with the general linguistics course offerings in Anthropology (which began in 1903-04). After the 1905-06 academic year, general linguistics courses were taught in Anthropology until the late 1910s. (Note that the modern convention whereby numbers below 100 designate lower-division courses was not yet in effect; some of these courses were for graduate students and none were for lower-division students.)

1901-02 Linguistics 1: General Introduction to the Science of Language Benjamin Ide Wheeler
Linguistics 2: Indo-European Comparative Grammar Benjamin Ide Wheeler
Linguistics 3: The Relationship of the Indo-European, Semitic, and Egyptian Families of Languages Max L. Margolis
Linguistics 4: Elementary Sanskrit T. Stanley Simonds
1902-03 Linguistics 1: General Introduction to the Science of Language Benjamin Ide Wheeler
Linguistics 2: Indo-European Comparative Grammar Benjamin Ide Wheeler
Linguistics 5: Fundamental Problems of Linguistics Max L. Margolis
1903-04 Linguistics 1: General Introduction to the Science of Language Benjamin Ide Wheeler
Anthropology 3: North American Languages A. L. Kroeber
Anthropology 6: Experimental Phonetics Pliny Earle Goddard
1904-05 Linguistics 1: General Introduction to the Science of Language Benjamin Ide Wheeler
Anthropology 3AB: North American Languages A. L. Kroeber
Anthropology 6AB: Experimental Phonetics Pliny Earle Goddard
1905-06 Linguistics 1: General Introduction to the Science of Language Benjamin Ide Wheeler
Linguistics 2: Indo-European Comparative Grammar Benjamin Ide Wheeler
Linguistics 4: Elementary Sanskrit Herbert Nutting
Anthropology 6A: Experimental Phonetics Pliny Earle Goddard
Anthropology 3A: North American Languages A. L. Kroeber
Anthropology 12: The Determination of Linguistic Relationship A. L. Kroeber
Anthropology 8: Advanced Work in Primitive Languages A. L. Kroeber