1997-1998 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 6 academic structure accreditation 7 office of equal opportunity and diversity 7 office of the assistant executive vice chancellor-university ombudsman 7 the campus setting 7 instructional and research facilities 8 university libraries office of academic computing irvine ecological preserve natural reserves system uci arboretum laser microbeam and medical program thesaurus linguae graecae uci medical center and community clinics center for occupational and environmental health office of university advancement 11 uci academic senate distinguished faculty 12 preadmission matters how to use the catalogue 17 office of admissions and relations with schools 17 undergraduate and graduate degrees and areas of study 18 majors and careers 22 special programs 26 university program for high school scholars educational opportunity

44 uci 1997-98 • preadmission matters program registration unit p.o box 168 iowa city ia 52243 test fees should be paid to the testing services not to the university at the same time the test is taken students should request that their scores be reported to the uci office of admissions and relations with schools to prevent confusion or unnecessary delay it is important to use precisely the same form of the student s name on both the application for admission and the test materials in 1997-98 sat i and sat ii are offered concurrently on the following saturday mornings october 4 i 997 december 6 i 997 january 24 1998 march 28 1998 sat i only may 2 1998 and june 6 1998 the i 997-98 act tests are offered on the following dates october 25 1997 december 13 1998 february 7 1998 april 14 1998 and june 13 i 998 welcome week held prior to the beginning offall quarter classes offers social and academic activities for new and returning students details on testing are available from the

school of the arts i jill beck dean arts student affairs ioi mesa arts building 7i4 824-6646 world wide web http www.arts.uci.edu minor in religious studies the school of the arts is dedicated to the study creation and performance of the arts within the context of their history and theory the school consists of the departments of dance drama music and studio art and the program in arts interdisciplinary which includes a minor in digital arts both undergraduate and graduate degree programs are offered and include extensive studio workshop and performing experiences theoretical and historical studies and work in arts and technology and criticism all of the school s departments are located in the arts village facilitating daily interaction among student and faculty in all arts disciplines the village includes studio and classroom facilities four theatres a concert hall the university art gallery the visual resources collection the gassman electronic studio the music media center the arts

ecology and evolutionary biology ecosystems research is conducted in both the laboratory and field and includes work on a variety of organisms from phage and bacteria to higher plants and animals primary attention is given to evolutionary ecological and functional questions rather than to particular habitats or tax.a faculty and graduate student research is often collaborative and interdisciplinary in approach departmental research activities include physiological ecology energetics plant-herbivore and plant-pollinator interactions microbial ecology and coevolution quantitative genetics life history evolution population and reproductive ecology and community ecology these research endeavors provide a balance between empirical and theoretical approaches to evolutionary organismal and ecological problems primary emphasis in the graduate program is placed on training leading to the ph.d in biological sciences under exceptional circumstances a student may be admitted initially to the m.s

electrical and computer engineering specialization in electro-optics and solid-state devices 11 units selected from engineering ecei 14a ece114b ecei 15a if not used to satisfy major requirements ecel 76 ece l 76l ece 177 ece i 77l ece 178 ece i 78l ece 198 special topics in electro-optics or solid state materials/devices ecei 99 or ecehl99 up to 3 units specialization in power systems 12 units selected from engineering ecel40b ece160 ece160l ecel63 ece163l ece199 or ecehl99 up to 3 units specialization in systems and signal processing i 2 units selected from engineering ecel28 ecel35a ece135b ecel36 ece140b ecel63 ece163l ece198 special topics in computer graphics or digital signal processing laboratory or ecel99 or ecehl99 up to 3 units students should select their electives so that they aggregate a minimum of 26 design units at least one of the engineering courses taken to satisfy the graduation requirement should have more than 50 percent design content design unit values

210 uci 1997-98 • school of humanities so science society and mind 4 f w s historical philosophical and literary reflections by german writers on the rise of the modem sciences ln english designed primarily for nonmajors may be taken three times for credit as topics vary iv vu-8 150 german literature in translation 4 in english major german literary works in translation prerequisites satisfaction of the lower-division writing requirement junior standing may be repeated for credit as topics vary same as women s studies 170gh when topic is appropriate vii-8 53 advanced conversation 2 s includes reading of political and cultural material conducted in german may be repeated for credit prerequisite or corequisite german 2c 160 german cinema 4 historical theoretical and comparative perspectives on german cinema same as film studies 160 or women s studies 170gj when topic is appropriate vii-8 99 special studies german 1 to 5 f w s consultation with instructor necessary prior to

252 uci 1997-98 • interdisciplinary studies gabriele schwab ph.d university of konstanz professor of english and comparative literature twentieth-century literature critical theory comparative literature patrick sinclair ph.d northwestern university associate professor of classics roman social history latin prose lexicology john h smith ph.d princeton university associate professor of german eighteenth and nineteenth-century german literature and intellectual history literary theory lesbian and gay studies sally stein ph.d yale university associate professor of art history history of photography and mass media heidi tinsman ph.d yale university assistant professor of history latin america robyn wiegman ph.d university of washington associate professor of womens studies and english feminist theory sexuality studies american cultural studies race studies linda williams ph.d university of colorado professor of film studies film history theory and genre women and film feminist

294 i uci 1997-98 • school of social ecology henry n pontell ph.d state university of new york stony brook chair of the department of criminology law and society and professor of social ecology and of social sciences criminal justice sociology of law medical sociology joann prause ph.d university of california irvine lecturer in social ecology statistics quantitative epidemiology employment typology karen s rook ph.d university of california los angeles professor of social ecology gerontology social support systems subjective well-being and health judy b rosener ph.d claremont graduate school senior lecturer in management and social ecology business and government cultural diversity gender and management danching ruan ph.d columbia university assistant professor of social ecology sociology of gender family relationships social stratification and men ta heal th roxane cohen silver ph.d northwestern university associate professor of social ecology stress and coping social

economics 335 229 special topics in human cognition 4 current research in brain/behavior relationships human memory and learning theory will be presented prerequisite graduate standing or consent of instructor may be repeated for credit as topics vary 289 special topics in sensation and perception 4 current research in the reception and processing of visual and auditory stimuli presented prerequisite graduate standing or consent of instructor may be repeated for credit as topics vary 231 introduction to measurement 4 f investigates when/how specific attributes can be represented numerically or geometrically measured focuses on ordered algebraic systems that have additive and averaging representations generalization through the concept of scale types prerequisite basic mathematics of set theory graduate standing or consent of instructor 290 dissertation research 4 to 12 prerequisites consent of instructor graduate standing psychology major only may be repeated for credit 232

medicine 2 completion of the following college course requirements prior to matriculation semester units one year of gene~al chemistry one year of organic chemistry one year of physics one and one-half years of biology and/or zoology 8 8 8 12 quarter units 12 12 12 18 note these courses must include one year of lower-division biology and/or zoology plus a half year of upper-division courses excluding botany one quarter of college level 2.7 calculus one semester/two quarters of 3 biochemistry 4 8 can be taken in combination with molecular biology or genetics applicants are strongly encouraged to have completed their basic science requirements at the time of application in addition premedical students are advised to take advantage of the intellectual maturation afforded by a well-rounded liberal arts education english the humanities and the social and behavioral sciences are considered particularly important the following courses are also recommended but