1990-1991 Education Catalogue by UCI - University of California Irvine

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table of contents introduction to uci undergraduate admissions 36 categories of application 36 admission as a freshman applicant 37 basic eligibility requirements 37 admission as a transfer applicant 40 nonresident admission requirements 41 admission of international students 42 advanced placement 44 application procedures 45 planning for transfer to uci 48 the university of california 4 the irvine campus 4 a message from the chancellor 5 academic goals 6 academic structure 7 accreditation 7 phi beta kappa 7 office of affirmative action and equal opportunity 8 office of the assistant vice chancellor-university ombudsman 8 the campus setting 8 instructional and research facilities 8 university library 8 office of academic computing 10 research 11 irvine ecological preserve 11 natural reserves system 11 uci arboretum 11 museum of systematic biology 11 laser microbeam program 12 thesaurus linguae graecae project 12 uci medical center and clinics 12 southern occupational health center 13

40 admission as a transfer student option does not apply to students who will have completed more than 12 transferable units prior to admission the college board achievement tests cannot be taken in academic subjects covered by transferable college courses a student may have taken eligibility index a·f act gpa composite 2.78 2.79 2.80 2.81 2.82 2.83 2.84 2.85 2.86 2.87 2.88 2.89 2.90 2.91 2.92 2.93 2.94 2.95 2.96 2.97 2.98 2.99 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 35136 35/36 34/35 34135 33/34 33/34 33/34 32/33 32/33 32/33 31132 31132 30/31 30/31 29/30 29/30 28/29 28/29 27/28 27/28 26/27 26/27 25/26 25/26 24/25 24/25 23/24 or sat a-f act total gpa composite 1600 1580 1550 1530 1510 1480 1460 1440 1410 1390 1370 1340 1320 1300 1270 1250 1230 1200 1180 1160 1130 1110 1090 1060 1040 1020 990 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 3.15 3.16 3.17 3.18 3.19 3.20 3.21 3.22 3.23 3.24 3.25 3.26 3.27 3.28 3.29 3.30 22/23 21122 21122 20/21 19/21 18/20 18/20 17/19 16/19 15/18 14/17 14/17 13/17

78 campus and student services central campus calendar central campus calendar schedules meeting and event space and provides services for many events and activities which take place on campus the office provides information and advice to program planners interprets university policies and procedures and advises those planning programs on the most economical efficient way to use campus support services selection and reservations of facilities orders for staff and equipment support and cost estimates are processed through the office the calendar office assigns academic extension and summer session classrooms provides centralized billing for special events and serves the campus as a central information center by maintaining the master calendar of campus activities the office is located in 262 administration building telephone 714 856-5252 child care services child care services is organized into four centers offering fulltime programs and a fifth program which is part time the

microbiology and molecular genetics 115 robert e steele function of cellular oncogenes in regulating cell growth physiology and morphology john j wasmuth regulation of amino acid metabolism mammalian cell genetics graduate instruction and research opportunities in molecular and cellular biochemistry leading to the ph.d in biological sciences are offered by the department of biological chemistry in the college of medicine the curriculum is designed to prepare students for creative and productive careers in academic science and biotechnology faculty research interests focus on the regulation of gene expression rna splicing mammalian chromosomal organization and nucleic acid-protein interactions and the regulation of cellular processes membrane-hormone interactions regulation or protein synthesis molecular genetics of metabolic processes and intracellular protein localization students are exposed to technical expertise in all facets of current research in molecular biochemistry from

english and comparative literature 153 and carries out a high-quality translation of a literary text the translation along with an introduction or other scholarly apparatus explaining and defending the technical decisions involved in the task is then submitted as a paper for course credit master of arts in comparative literature students entering the master of arts program should complete their course work in three quarters this course work should include cl 220 problems in translation with a project in either french or german and appropriate graduate-level work in english foreign languages drama comparative literature and other areas as recommended by the advisor soon after beginning graduate work the student with the advice and approval of the assigned advisor will decide on a field of specialty which will be emphasized in progressing toward the m.a degree normally this choice will be a preliminary step toward the selection of an area of specialty for the ph.d graduate study in

190 spanish and portuguese 110a-b-c hispanic civilization 4-4-4 f w s each quarter focuses on a different country or topic content varies yearly may be repeated for credit when topic changes prerequisite spanish job or equivalent ioia-b vii-b iioc vii-a 113a spanish phonetics 4 comparison of english and spanish phonetics introduction to spanish dialectology prerequisite spanish 2c or equivalent 113b introduction to spanish linguistics 4 application of basic notions of linguistics to spanish spanish phonology morphology syntax and semantics special attention to the application of linguistics to the teaching of spanish bilingualism linguistics 50 recommended 114 methods of teaching english as a second language 4 methods and materials for teaching english to speakers of spanish includes methodology for teaching children adolescents and adults field experience required recommended linguistics 50 or social sciences 3 and linguistics 140 or social sciences 142g same as linguistics 160

228 comparative culture rational-emotive and multimodal approaches are examined lectures supplemented by group discussions and demonstrations prerequisites psychology 7 and upper-division standing 156 developmental psychology 156a developmental psychology 4 a general introduction to the study of the physical intellectual social and emotional development of the child from birth to adulthood prerequisites psychology 7 and 5jb or equivalent psychology 156a and social ecology si27 may not both be taken for credit 156b-c-d creative learning in children 4-4-4 f w s seminar two hours field work six hours students assist in teaching children at the farm school recording and studying their interactions with the children and developing materials for use in the school the farm school is ungraded the children range in age from five to 12 students in any major are eligible for the course 156e project in child language 4 begins with an intensive review of previous work on child language in which

266 social ecology the faculty is multidisciplinary it includes psychologists with a variety of specialties e.g developmental clinical social and environmental psychology sociologists program evaluators criminologists lawyers urban and regional planners environmental health scientists and environmental design specialists while faculty members are firmly grounded in these parent disciplines and teach basic courses in them they concentrate their efforts on teaching and research with a problem orientation in these problem-oriented courses they integrate concepts and perspectives of several disciplines this focus arises from commitment to the view that the analysis of complex societal problems requires interdisciplinary efforts i.e the joining of talents by people with different intellectual backgrounds a number of social ecologists are involved in interventions directed toward improving the way groups of individuals institutions and communities function a number of others are

mechanical engineering 303 the student s objectives and financial resources must coincide with a faculty sponsor s research interests and research support financial aid in the form of a teaching assistantship or fellowship will ordinarily support only one year of the period of several years required to complete the program during the balance of the period the student will be in close collaboration with the faculty research director will be employed as a research assistant through the faculty member s research grants and will use laboratory supplies equipment and computer facilities purchased through these extramural funds admission to the concentration requires demonstration of educational preparation intellectual capacity dedication and sufficient financial support the mechanical engineering faculty have special interest and expertise in five thrust areas combustion and propulsion thermal and fluid sciences control systems robotics and materials combustion and propulsion encompasses

college of medicine 341 admissions information all inquiries regarding admissions programs and procedures of the college of medicine should be directed to office of admissions e112 medical sciences i building college of medicine university of california irvine ca 92717 714 856-5388 science preclinical ciinical and elective course work with at least a 2.0 grade point average and fulfill the national board examination requirement after the second year all students are required to pass part i of the national board examination before continuing their clinical clerkships students must also pass part ii of the boards prior to graduation in accordance with national board examination rules the examination may be taken a maximum of three times curricular policies fifth pathway program the fifth pathway program is a year of supervised clinical training that is open to u.s citizens who have attended foreign medical schools and have successfully completed all of the formal requirements for