1995-1996 College Catalog by UCI - University of California Irvine

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table of contents introduction to uci the university of california 4 the irvine campus 4 from the chancellor 5 academic goals academic structure 7 accreditation phi beta kappa 8 office of affirmative action and equal opportunity 8 office of the assistant executive vice chancellor-university ombudsman 8 the campus setting 8 instructional and research facilities 9 university libraries 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 center for occupational and environmental health office of university advancement 13 preadmission matters how to use the catalogue 14 office of admissions and relations with schools 14 special programs 15 educational opportunity program/student affirmative actionoutreach celebrate uci university program for high school scholars undergraduate and graduate

information for admitted students planning an undi;rgraduate program further information on placement testing and the testing schedule may be obtained by telephoning the testing research and evaluation office at 714 824-6207 the office is part of the program of academic support services pass placement testing uci s testing research imd 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 used to determine course

the arts undergraduate and graduate programs offered by the school of the arts emphasize extensive studio and workshop experiences as well as essential theoretical and historical background studies and exercises in criticism uc irvine 1995-1996

126 uci 1995-96 • school of biological sciences 274 behavioral ecology 4 w seminar three hours selected topics in behavioral ecology through discussion of current literature and preparation of papers prerequisite consent of instructor i 398 teaching assistant seminar 2 w seminar two hours readings lectures workshops and student presentations designed to help develop teaching skills of graduate students teaching university-level biology classes topics vary and may include course organization presentation styles exam design grading motivating students and commonly encountered problems may be repeated for credit as topics vary 399 university teaching 4-4-4 f w s limited to teaching assistants department of molecular biology and biochemistry 3205 biological sciences ii 714 824-6034 jerry e manning department chair faculty dana aswad neurochemistry and molecular neurobiology barbara k burgess biochemistry and genetics of nitrogen fixation micl ael g cumsky mitochondrial biogenesis in

electrical and computer engineering ce297 doctor of philosophy dissertation research varies f w s individual research or investigation conducted in preparation for the dissertation required for the ph.d degree in engineering prerequisite consent of instructor may be repeated for credit ce298 special topics in civii.engineering varies f w s presentation of advanced topics and special research areas in civil engineering prerequisite graduate standing or consent of instructor ce299 individual research varies f w s individual research or investigation under the direction of an individual faculty member prerequisite consent of instructor department of electrical and computer engineering 616 engineering tower 714 824-4821 allen r stubberud department chair faculty nader bagherzadeh parallel processing computer architecture casper w barnes jr digital signal processing neil j bershad communication and information theory signal processing lubomir bic parallel processing dataflow systems

208 uci 1995-96 • school of humanities with our own linguistic situation this kind of knowledge of one s native language is the foundation of critical reflection on texts of any nature-historical philosophical literary political legal journalistic and others thus serious study of a foreign language is absolutely crucial to a university education the department teaches its language courses with this principle in mind and seeks to provide its students with a framework for these linguistic and cultural comparisons department literature and film courses offer a variety of critical perspectives from historical social or politically engaged readings to feminist and post-structuralist analysis topics range from studies of individual authors periods and genres to the history of german-language literature and film the theory of criticism and the relations of german-language literature to other literatures undergraduate program the german major offers alternative emphases one in

250 uci 1995-96 • interdisciplinary studies jaime rodriguez ph.d university of texas professor of history arthur rubel ph.d university of north carolina professor emeritus of family medicine armin schwegler ph.d university of california berkeley associate professor of spanish caesar d sereseres ph.d university of california riverside associate deanfor undergraduate studies school of social sciences and associate professor of political science etel solingen ph.d university of california los angeles assistant professor of political science luis suarez-villa ph.d cornell university professor of social ecology steven topik ph.d university of texas director of latin american studies and professor of history roberto villaverde ph.d university of illinois urbana associate professor of civil engineering juan villegas ph.d universidad de chile research professor of spanish howard waitzkin m.d ph.d harvard university professor of medicine social sciences and social ecology douglas r

physics and astronomy 291 112a-b electromagnetic theory 4-4 112a s 112b f lecture three hours discussion one hour electrostatics magnetostatics properties of matter maxwell s equations relativity radiation optics prerequisites physics 5c and physics lloa-b 137 introduction to cosmology 4 s lecture three hours structure and evolution of galaxies general relativistic models of the universe observational tests of cosmological models early phases of the universe unconventional cosmologies prerequisite physics 111 b 113a-b-c quantum physics 4-4-4 f w s lecture three hours discussion one hour inadequacy of classical physics time independent and time dependent schrodinger equation systems in one two and three dimensions matrices hermitian operators symmetries angular momentum perturbation theory scattering theory applications to atomic structure emphasis on phenomenology prerequisites physics 5a-b-c-d-e or equivalent physics lloa-b-c or equivalent 144 stellar astrophysics 4 w of odd years

332 uci 1995-96 • school of social sciences requirements for the bachelor s degree students who entered uci prior to fall 1995 should refer to the catalogue edition in effect the year they entered to determine which major requirements they must satisfy university requirements see pages 46 51 school requirements see page 324 departmental requirements for the major in psychology school requirements must be met and must include 18 courses 70 units as specified below a psychology 9a-b-c b two introductory courses eight units in the social sciences chosen from anthropology 2a or 2b economics 1 linguistics 3 political science 6a 6b or 6c sociology 1 c a one-quarter course and laboratory in experimental psychology or research methods selected from 112a and 112la or 112d and 112ld d four upper-division psychology core courses are required 16 units these courses are designated with the ending number 0 and include the following psychology 120a abnormal psychology 120d developmental

medicine ralph e purdy ph.d university of california los angeles professor of pharmacology edward quilligan m.d ohio state university professor emeritus of obstetrics and gynecology w leslie quinlivan m.b b.s university of london england professor emeritus of obstetrics and gynecology stephen radecki ph.d university of california los angeles associate clinical professor of family medicine saroja v rajashekara m.d university of delhi associate clinical professor of anesthesiology deepak rajpoot m.b.b.s indore university india assistant clinical professor of pediatrics lilly e ramirez-boyd m.d university of minnesota assistant clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology nilam s ramsinghani m.b b.s grant medical college associate clinical professor of radiation oncology louis recher m.d university of basel professor emeritus of pathology in residence j leslie redpath ph.d university of newcastle england professor of radiation oncology cheryl l reid m.d university of oklahoma

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