1968-1969 Catalogue by UCI - University of California Irvine

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2 the central mission of the university of california is learning learning encompasses transfer of knowledge but not indoctrination respect for the past but not idolatry high concern with academic excellence but not to the exclusion of the whole person we are committed to providing the most favorable environment for learning not only in attractive campuses and modern facilities but more importantly in preserving and encouraging the spirit of free inquiry and dedication to truth which have made the university of california a truly great university charles j hitch president of the university uc irvine

biological sciences the faculty james l mcgaugh dean patrick l healey associate dean department of molecular and cell biology daniel l wulff ph.d california institute of technology acting chairman of the department and associate professor of biochemistry biochemical genetics gale a granger ph.d university of washington assistant professor of biochemistry immunology medical microbiology cell biology calvin s mclaughlin ph.d massachusetts institute of technology associate professor of biochemistry biochemistry nucleic acids protein synthesis wendell m stanley jr ph.d university of wisconsin assistant professor of biochemistry biochemistry of macromolecules clifford a woolfolk ph.d university of washington associate professor of microbiology general microbiology ·enzymology department of organismic biology grover c stephens ph.d northwestern university chairman of the department and professor of biological sciences comparative animal physiology joseph arditti ph.d university of

48 fine arts the traditional technique of classical ballet constitutes a craft and style that serve not only as a physiological center for the logical training of the body but also as a basic language of movement for the choreographer workshop experiences b.uild progressively on the basic techniques of ballet and extend through the contemporary idioms of jazz modern and free-style the aim is to develop kinetic resources precision flexibility and freedom in an eloquently coordinated and intelligently responsive body nonmajors are welcome to participate in all aspects of the program providing prerequisites are met courses without prerequisites particularly suited for the nonmajor include the basic workshops in ballet free-style and jazz and the course in the history of dance drama the program leading to the bachelor of arts in drama provides the professional training and the liberal study essential to attaining the highest standards in theatre each major in drama experiences exacting

70 humanities professor of comparative literature and director of the program in comparative literature renee riese hubert professor of comparative literature and french mary key assistant professor of english galway kinnell visiting lecturer in poetry murray krieger professor of english frank lentricchia assistant professor of english jay martin professor of english and american studies james mcmichael assistant professor of english robert l montgomery professor of english robert l peters professor of english edgar t schell assistant professor of english stephen shapiro assistant professor of english harold toliver associate professor of english albert 0 wlecke assistant professor of english charles p wright jr assistant professor of english max wei yeh assistant professor of english donald heiney english and comparative literature courses subject a subject a a remedial course taken for no credit in the fundamentals of writing is required of all students who upon entrance do not

humanities 50a-50b-50c 60a-60b-60c 70a-70b-70c boa-bob-boc winter from feudal origins to the age of absolutism spring from the enlightenment to the present american thought and culture 1-1-1 fall winter spring american social and intellectual history focusing on the ideas systems of thought and individuals most prominent in the formation of american society fall from the colonial to the early national period 1607-1840 winter nineteenth-century america 1840-1900 spring twentieth-century thought and culture british traditions and institutions 1-1-1 fall winter spring the men and events literary and artistic works ideals and institutions which best reveal or most deeply influenced british life fall roman britain to 1688 winter the glorious revolution to 1901 spring the twentieth century latin american civilization 1-1-1 fall winter spring a general view of the cultural economic and political development of spanish america and brazil from 1492 to the present fall the colonial experience

physical sciences and the passing of examinations written and/or oral designed to test the competence of the candidate in the fields of algebra analysis and geometry /topology plan ii for the master s degree requires the equivalent of the successful completion of at least twelve courses at least eight at the graduate level and the passing of examinations written and or oral designed to test the competence of the candidate in the fields of algebra analysis and geometry /topology the residence requirement for the master s degree consists of full-time registration for three quarters just prior to the granting of the degree it is possible for a candidate to take leaves of absence between pairs of these three quarters by making formal arrangements with the graduate division the doctor of philosophy in mathematics the doctor of philosophy degree requires successful completion of a program of courses seminars,· and individual study that prepares a candidate for a career in mathematical

138 social sciences ology if he in addition passes a general examination in the discipline ordinarily the examination will be the graduate record examination advanced test in the discipline reading lists appropriate for self-study in preparation for the examinations are available from the school office program planning transfer students freshmen and sophomores students transferring to uci as freshmen or sophomores will fulfill the regular requirements of the four-year program either at uci or through transfer of credit for comparable work elsewhere juniors junior transfers with good records at other accredited colleges and universities will normally be presumed to have satisfied the freshman and sophomore requirements for the social science curriculum students anticipating transfer to uci in their junior year however should attempt to plan their program so as to anticipate the special requirements of the program every effort will be made to accommodate individual variation in

161 _the graduate division ralph w gerard dean graduate study is a major aspect of the academic activity of the university of california irvine appropriate graduate degrees at the master s and doctor s levels both those emphasizing the creative arts and creative scholarship and those emphasizing technical proficiency are offered the graduate student will be given full opportunity to further his development in a chosen discipline by course and seminar work and by research and other creative work to achieve excellence in such resources as english foreign languages mathematics bibliography and computer techniques to develop some knowledge of the history of his broad area of intez:est and to acquire some understanding of higher education in this country and some guided experience in teaching admission to the graduate division is by the graduate dean on the advice of the department a bachelor s degree or the equivalent with adequate coverage and academic excellence is a prerequisite

183 instructional and research services agriculture students who wish to major in one of the agricultural sciences and who plan to transfer in advanced standing to the college of agricultural sciences berkeley the college of agriculture davis the school of agricultural sciences riverside the school of forestry berkeley or the school of veterinary medicine davis may complete most of the requirements for the first two years of their undergraduate work at irvine on any other general campus of the university or at one of california s junior colleges majors in the agricultural sciences offered on the campuses listed above include plant and animal sciences agricultural economics soils and plant nutrition irrigation sciences forestry food science dietetics nutrition genetics biology education and international agricultural development range management veterinary medicine biochemistry agricultural business management horticultural science agricultural chemistry entomology plant

206 admissions which he is enrolled each quarter consult the student academic handbook for additional details regarding registration and enrollment courses and credits a student s workload is stated in terms of courses since emphasis at irvine is upon the acquisition of competence knowledge intellectual integrity and creative power rather than on the taking of formal course work fulfillment of a requirement stated in terms of courses could be construed to mean acquisition of the abilities equivalent to those ordinarily acquired in a formal course a regular undergraduate student is required to carry a minimum of three courses each quarter unless an exception is approved by the dean of his school credit by examination a regularly enrolled student in good standing may obtain credit for courses by taking special examinations at stated intervals lists of courses offered for credit by examination are available from the dean of each school some courses are offered for credit by examination