1994-1995 Education Catalogue by UCI - University of California Irvine

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table of contents introduction to uci information for admitted students the university of california 4 planning an undergraduate program 44 placement testing 44 subject a examination academic advising 44 orientation program of academic support services 45 honors opportunities 46 preparation for graduate or professional study 46 · the irvine campus 4 from the chancellor 5 academic goals academic structure accreditation 8 phi beta kappa 9 office of affirmative action and equal opportunity 9 office of the assistant executive vice chancellor-university ombudsman 9 the campus setting 9 instructional and research facilities 9 university library instructional development services media services office of academic computing irvine ecological preserve natural reserves system uci arboretum laser microbeam program thesaurus linguae graecae uci medical center and community clinics irvine occupational health center office of university advancement 12 preadmission matters how to use the

informatio.n for admitted students planning an undergraduate program placement testing uci s testing research and evaluation office administers placement examinations to new and continuing students to ensure correct placement in selected introductory courses and to help students assess their readiness for university-level work these exams are developed by uci faculty who also determine the grading criteria for each exam results from placement tests are used by students and their academic counselors to formulate a plan of study which is best suited to the students learning needs and career goals and to determine enrollment in introductory courses additional information such as entrance examination scores and high school work also may be ysed to determine course placement placement examinations are given in the areas· of chemistry physics precalculus mathematical analysis formerly college algebra and english as a second language 1 chemistry placement examination students who plan

biological sciences 85 eduardo macias a junior biological sciences major preparing for a career in the health sciences is the recipient of the uc!alumni association s leadership scholarship the 200,000-square-foot biological sciences 1 facility houses the developmental biology center and research laboratories and offices for the departments of developmental and cell biology molecular .biology and biochemistry and psychobiology uc irvine

126 uci 1994-95 • school of engineering chi epsilon this organization is a national engineering honor · society which is dedicated to the purpose of promoting and maintaining the status of civil engineering as an ideal profession chi epsilon was organized to recognize the characteristics of the individual that are fundamental to the successful pursuit of an engineering career engineering student council esc the esc is the umbrella organization that provides a voice for all engineering student chapters a significant activity of the councii is organizing uci s annual engineering week celebration i eta kappa nu a student chapter of the national electrical engineering honor society eta kappa nu s purpose is to promote creative interaction between electrical engineers and give them the opportunity to express themselves uniquely and innovatively to project the profession in the best possible manner institute of electrical and electronic engineers ieee a student chapter of a

dance 12a-b-c studio workshop in spanish dance i 2-2-2 f w s principles of spanish dance with focus on basic movement techniques castanet work and introduction to the genres of flamenco folk classical and neoclassical dance forms may be taken for credit three times formerly dance 54 a-b-c 14a-b-c social dance forms 2-2-2 contemporary and historical forms 14a current ballroom disco and western square dance forms 14b latin ballroom dances 14c dances from the 20s 30s and 40s may be taken for · credit twice formerly dance 56a-b-c 21a-b music for dancers 4-4 emphasis on the development of musical skills most pertinent to the dancer vocabulary notational literacy rhythmic and melodic acuity score reading and fundamental analysis working with live accompaniment 22 studio tutorial in music for dancers 1 to 4 f w s advanced instruction in music for dance prerequisites dance 2la-b may be taken for · credit twice 30a-b-c studio workshop in ballet i 2-2-2 f w s 30 summer fundamentals of

208 uci 1994-95 • school of humanities priority prerequisites satisfaction of lower-division writing requirement junior standing or consent of instructor vii-b 140 studies in french literary genre 4 150 topics in french literature and culture 4 in english same as women s studies 170fa when topic is appropriate vii-b 160 french cinema 4 f w s summer in e~glish may have discussion sections in french may be repeated when topic varies but can be taken only twice for credit toward the major same as film studies 160 vii-b 170 history and literature 4 299 dissertation research 4 to 12 f w s 171 politics and literature 4 399 university teaching 4-4-4 f w s required of and limited to teaching assistants 180 junior/senior seminar in theory and criticism 4 may be repeated for credit once when topics vary 199 special studies in french 4 f w s open only to outstanding students research paper required prerequisites consent of instructor and of department chair student must submit a written

250 uci 1994-95 • interdisciplinary programs science and other fields the history of science explores how science is actually done and how it has influenced history this may involve tracking down an idea s source or its influences evaluating the cultural forces at work in the generation of a scientific theory or the reaction of culture to science or taking a detailed look at the work of a particular scientist or movement within science the philosophy of science is concerned with determining what science and mathematics are accounting for their apparent successes and resolving problems of philosophical interest that arise in the sciences philosophy of science courses cover such topics as the role of logic and language in science and in mathematics scientific explanation evidence and probability these courses may also cover work that has been done on the philosophical problems in specific sciences-for example the direction of time in physics the model of mind in psychology the

phxsics 215a-b-c quantum mechanics 4-4-4 f w s lecture three hours foundations of quantum theory dirac notation basic operators and their eigenstates perturbation theory variational method spin clebsch-gordon coefficients structure of atomic systems scattering theory formal collision theory semi-classical radiation theory quantization of the electromagnetic field relativistic quantum mechanics second quantization of many body systems 221 elasticity 4 lecture three hours analysis of strain and stress elasticity of crystals equilibrium of isotropic elastic solids and of half-spaces bending of rods and plates two-dimensional elastic systems propagation of waves in elastic solid media surface waves piezo-electric solids dislocations thermoelasticity 222 hydrodynamics 4 lecture three hours hydrodynamics of a perfect fluid two-dimensional problems motion of an incompressible viscous fluid navier-stokes equations viscous fluids in rotation motion in three dimensions introduction to motion

332 uci 1994-95 • school of social sciences 176m models of collective decision making 4 introduction to formal models of social choice with emphases on the theory of committees and elections economic models of social interaction game theory and coalition behavior and judgmental accuracy of group decision making prerequisite economics 20a-b-c same as political science 161f formerly psychology 154m 178d deviance 4 perspectives on deviance and criminality in behavior institution community and myth the suitability of contemporary theories of deviant behavior same as sociology 156 criminology law and society j i 07 and psychology and social behavior p 186p formerly psychology 155b 178n social psychology of networks 4 review of network methods used in small group and organizational research discussion of social psychological literature relevant to the network study of cognitive social structure exchange and communication identity negotiation and social control case study of network

medicine cynthia t murphy m.d university of south dakota assistant clinical professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation michael p nageotte m.d loyola university stritch medical school associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology in residence ronald a naglie m.d mcgill university montreal assistant clinical professor of pediatrics neonatology ahmad a najafi ph.d university of bath england assistant adjunct professor of psychiatry and human behavior orhan nalcioglu ph.d university of oregon professor of radiological sciences medicine and electrical engineering vandana nanda m.d rutgers university assistant clinical professor of dermatology brunilda nazario m.d universidad del norente mexico clinical instructor of medicine john h neal m.d yale university acting department chair and assistant professor of neurosurgery in residence joseph neev ph.d colorado school of mines assistant professor of surgery in residence j stuart nelson m.d university of southern california ph.d

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