2006-2008 Supplement by UC Davis

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2 • medicine surgery sur 493 • microbiology mic 10 115 • neurobiology physiology and behavior npb 211 • neuroscience npb 211 • philosophy phi 200b • population health and reproduction phr 210a 222 • physics phy 115a • plant sciences pls 160 • political science pol 140c 142a 147 147a 147b 178 • psychology psc 41 210 211 243 244 • religious studies rst 103 201 • science and society sas 9 18 • spanish spa 132 230 231 • veterinary medicine anatomy physiology and cell biology apc 266 • veterinary medicine surgical and radiological sciences vsr 405 424 version c1.4 release date 5/07/07 this version contains the following entries • african american and african studies aas 201 • agricultural management and rangeland resources amr 1 2 21 49 101 105 107 110a 110b 110c 110l 112 118 120 121 122 130 131 134 135 137 150 170a 170b 180 190 194h • agronomy agr 197t 295 206 211 221 290 297t 298

10 2006-2008 general catalog course supplement and policies and requirements addendum 103b intermediate drawing color 4 studio—6 hours prerequisite courses 2 study of drawing composition in color media pass1 restricted art studio majors.—henderson hollowell pardee werfel new course—eff fall 07 104 figure drawing and painting 4 cancelled course—eff fall 07 105a advanced drawing studio projects 4 studio—6 hours prerequisite courses 2 course 103a or 103b exploration of composition and process in drawing emphasis on the role of drawing in contemporary art and on drawing as an interdisciplinary practice pass1 restricted art studio majors may be repeated for credit one time.—henderson hollowell pardee werfel new course—eff fall 07 105b advanced drawing figure 4 studio—6 hours prerequisite courses 4 course 103a or 103b study of the figure through drawing of the model exploration of different methods and process of figure-drawing pass1

18 2006-2008 general catalog course supplement and policies and requirements addendum 60 introduction to surface design 4 lecture—2 hours studio—5 hours prerequisite courses 1 14 15 priority to design majors introduction to diverse methods for creating imagery patterns and textures on cloth explorations and experimentation with dyes and pigments mechanical resists color removing and physical and chemical alterations of textile surfaces and structures.—i iv i iv rivers new course—eff summer session 1 06 70 introduction to textile design structures 4 lecture—2 hours studio—5 hours prerequisite course 1 priority given to design majors introduction to diverse methods for creating textile structures exploration of the creative potential of hand-constructed textiles manipulation of fabric to create dimensional surfaces and the basics of building and joining fabric structures only two units of credit to students who have completed courses 23 or 24

26 2006-2008 general catalog course supplement and policies and requirements addendum 235a computer and information security 4 lecture—3 hours project prerequisite course 150 course 152a recommended modern topics in computer security including protection access control operating systems security network security applied cryptography cryptographic protocols secure programming practices safe languages mobile code malware privacy and anonymity and case studies from real-world systems not open for credit to students who have taken course 235.—i i chen new course—eff summer session 1 06 235b foundations of computer and information security 4 lecture—3 hours project prerequisite course 235a courses 120 150 recommended theoretical foundations of methods used to protect data in computer and communication systems access control matrix and undecidability of security policies belllapadula biba chinese wall models non-interference and non-deducibility information flow

34 2006-2008 general catalog course supplement and policies and requirements addendum forensic science new and changed courses in forensic science for graduate courses 212 scientific evidence and courtroom testimony 3 lecture—2 hours discussion—1 hours prerequisite graduate students enrolled in the ms forensic science program or by consent of instructor explores the relationship between science and the criminal justice system admissibility of scientific testimony and documentary proof during the trial concepts of relevancy hearsay and opinion rule examination of expert witnesses impact of kelley-fry and daubert decisions court testimony limited enrollment.—iii iii new course—eff fall 07 215 forensic fire and arson investigation 3 lecture—3 hours prerequisite open only to students enrolled in the m.s forensic science program or by consent of the forensic science program director principles and techniques of scientific investigation of fires and

42 2006-2008 general catalog course supplement and policies and requirements addendum 189 advanced problem solving 3 lecture—3 hours prerequisite courses 21d 22a or 67 25 solution and presentation of advanced problem solving techniques solve and present interesting and challenging problems of all areas of mathematics not offered every year ge credit wri.—ii change in existing course—eff spring 08 graduate courses 206 measure theory 4 lecture—3 hours extensive problem solving prerequisite course 125b introduction to measure theory introduction to measure theory the study of lengths surface areas and volumes in general spaces as related to integration theory offered in alternate years.—iii change in existing course—eff spring 07 218a partial differential equations 4 lecture/discussion—3 hours term paper or discussion prerequisite courses 22a or 67 125b initial and boundary value problems for elliptic parabolic and hyperbolic partial

50 2006-2008 general catalog course supplement and policies and requirements addendum 493c physiological principles in sicu ssm 6 lecture—5 hours lecture/laboratory—10 hours laboratory—16 hours clinical activity—4 hours prerequisite consent of instructor restricted to uc davis school of medicine students only special study module a four week course on the topic care of the critically ill surgical patient use of physiological principles to guide treatment of patients with common surgical problems same course as human physiology 493c h/p/f grading only —i ii iii iv i ii iii iv cala holcroft change in existing course—eff spring 07 microbiology new and changed courses in microbiology mic lower division courses 10 natural history of infectious diseases 3 lecture—3 hours.topics in the natural history of infectious diseases principally affecting humans introduction to infectious microbial agents ecology epidemiology and induction of disease

58 2006-2008 general catalog course supplement and policies and requirements addendum 98 directed group study 1-5 prerequisite consent of instructor primarily for lower division students p/np grading only —i ii iii iv i ii iii iv new course—eff winter 07 99 special study for undergraduates 1-5 prerequisite consent of instructor primarily for lower division students p/np grading only —i ii iii iv i ii iii iv new course—eff winter 07 upper division courses 100a metabolic processes of cultivated plants 3 lecture—3 hours prerequisite course 2 or biological sciences 1c or consent of instructor principles of energy capture and photosynthesis water use and nutrient cycling conversion of these resources into products carbohydrates proteins lipids and other chemicals by plants emphasis on the relationships between environmental resources plant metabolism and plant growth.—i i new course—eff fall 07 100al metabolic processes of cultivated

66 2006-2008 general catalog course supplement and policies and requirements addendum soil science new and changed courses in soil science ssc upper division course 109 sustainable nutrient management 4 lecture—3 hours laboratory—3 hours prerequisite course 100 or the equivalent availability of nutrients in organic and conventional agricultural vineyard orchard and plantation forest soils management of fertilizers cover crops compost sewage sludge and manures for crop production and to prevent loss to the environment is emphasized.—iii iii horwath change in existing course—eff spring 08 sociology new and changed courses in sociology soc lower division course 11 sociology of labor and employment 4 lecture—3 hours discussion—1 hour labor and employment issues in the contemporary united states with some use of historical and comparative materials topics will include strategies pursued by employers and employees labor market discrimination and

74 2006-2008 general catalog course supplement and policies and requirements addendum policies and requirements addendum academic calendar changes to academic calendar uc davis academic calendar 2006–2008 fall 2006 class schedule and registration guide and may 8 registration appointment times available pass 1 registration assigned appointments may 15 pass 2 registration assigned appointments aug 28 last day to sep 21 • pay fees and enroll without incurring a $50 late fee • petition for classification to resident status quarter begins sep 25 orientation sep 25–27 instruction begins sep 28 • last day to file for pelp last day to oct 11 • pay late fee • drop 10-day-drop courses • change student status part-time/full-time last day to add courses oct 13 last day to drop 20-day-drop courses oct 25 last day to nov 1 • opt to take courses on a p/np basis • file to take courses on a s/u basis monday classes meet n/a

82 2006-2008 general catalog course supplement and policies and requirements addendum seminars often include guest speakers observations of congressional committees and federal agencies and other relevant washington experiences uc davis course equivalencies are established each quarter courses are taught by uc davis faculty in residence faculty from the ucla uc santa barbara uc santa cruz uc san diego uc berkeley uc irvine and uc riverside programs or visiting faculty from the washington area financial aid eligibility is maintained and the aid package can be adjusted to reflect the additional costs of the program some additional financial awards also are offered directly by the washington program including the university of california president’s washington scholarship joyce and norman weil scholarships and the blanche and frank goldstein building bridges award students reside at the uc washington center facility convenient to public transportation arrangements are made to