1972-1973 Education Catalogue by UCI - University of California Irvine

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,· cover from the cover of a 1926 pamphlet extolling the virtues of orange county front paper from an original marriage document prepared by fray geronimo boscana in 1828 part of the meadows collection of historical materials now in the uci library fray boscana served at the san juan capistrano mission from 1814 until 1826 and is the author of chinigchinich an account of the religion of the indians in the sanjuan capistrano area facing page this very rare old ribbon part of the meadows collection acquired by the uci library commemorates the first reunion of a group of confederate veterans volume 6 number 1,july 1972 a series of administrative publications published by the university relations/publications office university of california irvine irvine california 92664 all announcements herein are subject to revision second class postage paid at newport beach california return requested price $1.00 by mail $1.25 uc irvine

32 planning a program study centers have been established in france germany ghana hong kong israel italy japan lebanon mexico kenya nairobi norway spain sweden and the united kingdom and ireland participants generally spend from nine to eleven months abroad including a special orientation program six or seven weeks of intensive language preparation a full academic year in the university of their choice and some vacation travel for information about eligibility deadlines financial aid or for further material concerning particular centers abroad consult helen stanley trailer 409 telephone 714 833-6343 summer sessions two summer sessions will be held on the irvine campus session i will run from june 18.tojuly 25 1973 session ii will be from july 26 to august 31 1973 students may enroll in either or in both sessions those who enroll in both take an academic program equivalent to a regular quarter thus accelerating their progress toward a degree a wide variety of courses from the regular

64 academic policies only the most recently received grades and grade points shall be used for the first 16 units repeated in case of further repetitions the grade point average shall be .based on all grades assigned and on total units attempted grade points and grade-point average grade points are assigned on a four point basis a 4 points per unit b 3 points per unit c 2 points per unit d 1 point per unit f and i zero points each undergraduate course counts 2-4 units and graduate courses range from 1 to 12 units each see departmental course descriptions grade-point average is computed by dividing the total number of grade points earned by the total unit value of courses attempted p np s u nr and i grades are excluded in computing grade-point average credit by examination an 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

96 biological sciences/molecular biology biochemistry 208 biophysical chemistry 1 s lecture physical chemistry of macromolecules methods for investigation of the size conformation structure and solution properties of proteins and nucleic acids prerequisites chemistry 131a-b 209 advanced immunology 1 w serillnar and lecture in key areas of immunology will indude student reports and discussion prerequisite biological sciences 121 210 biogenesis of cell organelles 1 s of even years lecture study of cell structures such as nuclei chloroplasts mitochondria ribosomes and membranes prerequisite biochemistry equivalent to biological sciences 101f-g 212 virology 1 f lecture infective cycle growth reproduction and host interrelationships of animal viruses to molecular biology prerequisites biological sciences 101 f -g genetics recommended 212l virology laboratory y2 f laboratory work is available for a limited number of students prerequisites concurrent enrollment in molecular biology 212

128 -humanities/classics humanities 210 topics and _methods in linguistics 1 a study of linguistic theories and methods of language description linguistic structure guage change typology of grammars theories of meaning for the student unfamiliar with the basic principles of linguistics formerly offered under humanities 291 humanities 220 literary theory 1 an introduction to the role of criticism and aesthetics in literary study for beginning graduate students readings from continental english and american theorists same as criti· cism 220a humanities 230 philosophical analysis 1 an introduction to the fundamentals of philosophical analysis through the application of techniques to selected problems in the various fields of philosophy ethics philosophy of science political philosophy aesthetics philosophy of religion humanities 291 1 under this number the school offers a group of seminars and colloquia in interdisciplinary topics or in topics in a particular discipline that

160 humanities/history i97 special projects i individual project directed towards a specific era or topic with paper and/or examination as instructor may require consultation with instructor necessary prior to registration may be repeated i98 experimental group study i open to three or more students who choose a particular topic or theme and arrange with a professor of their choice prior to registration for academic consultation one to two hours weekly and evaluation may be repeated i99 independent reading i individual program with regular consultations and/or examination as instructor may require consent of instructor necessary prior to registration may be repeated graduate courses in history in addition to the following courses graduate students in history might find these humanities courses of special interest humanities 210 topics and methods in linguistics humanities 220 literary theory and humanities 230 philosophical analysis historiography history 200a-b historical theory

192 physical sciences/mathematics successfully passing an examination administered by the department at the beginning of the fall quarter 2a-b c calculus {1-1·1 f w s an integrated treatment of calculus and analytic geometry in which the subjects of differen· tiation integration and power series expansion of functions of a single real variable and several real variables are discussed together with applications of these topics prerequisite math i or satisfactory performance on a qualifying examination given at the beginning of the fall quarter students who have completed 3-4 years of high school mathematics should normally pre-enroll in math 2a rather than math 1 3a-ij.c topics in second-year calculus 1-1-1 f w s topics in second-year mathematics such as vector analysis differential equations linear algebra will be given in self-contained quarter courses prerequisites mathematics 2a-b c 4a-ij.c liberal arts mathematics 1-1-1 f w s a course designed to reveal mathematics as a

224 interschool/comparative culture george kent ph.d university of california berkeley associate professor of intellectual history and comparative culture may e loh b.a national central university chungking china lecturer chinese language arthur j marder ph.d harvard university professor of history and comparative culture jay martin ph.d ohio state university professor of english and comparative literature and comparative culture oliver l.e mbatia ph.d oregon state university assistant professor of economic and comparative culture seymour menton ph.d new york university professor of spanish and portuguese and comparative culture carlton moss lecturer film writing and producing judyth moreno m.a university of california irvine lecturer cross-cultural tutoring and communication skills carlos munoz m.a claremont graduate school acting assistant professor of political science and comparative culture julian palley ph.d university of new mexico professor of spanish and comparative culture

256 separate programs/university studies scription of each will be available by the first of september one course credit 4 units is granted university studies i fall section 1 transportation mr arthur the history and future trends of the many modes of transportation designed by man re· quired energy cost safety and environmental implications will be analyzed instructor s field engineering section 2 the computer in teaching mr bork the design and use of computers as aids in classroom teaching instructor s field physics section 3 human communication mr degerman a seminar on communications which explores some of the different ways in which messages and meanings may be conveyed effectively some of the more important modes of communication are considered and potential barriers to effective communications are pointed out and discussed instructor s field psychology section 4 pollution physics and politics mr evans a study of the scientific economic and political aspects of environmental

288 college of medicine college of medicine warren l bostick m.d dean good health in its broadest sense physical mental social and environmental is recognized as a necessity in our society our expanding population with its expanding needs for health .care demands an ever increasing number of physicians in all specialties and an increasingly better use of those physicians we are training at the same time investigators in the field of medicine must be trained for medical science cannot advance without the creation of new knowledge about health and disease and dedicated skilled teachers are needed to bring this new knowledge to students the college of medicine recognizes three responsibilities to create knowledge through research to disseminate knowledge through teaching and to make knowledge available to members of the medical community through continuing education programs the college also recognizes its responsibility for developing in its students an attitude of compassion of