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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 cooperative for problem resolution 7 the campus setting 8 instructional and research facilities 8 uc irvine libraries network academic computing services uci ecological preserve natural reserves system uci arboretum laser microbeam and medical program uci medical center uci center for occupational and environmental health additional facilities office of university advancement 11 uci academic senate distinguished faculty 12 preadmission matters office of admissions and relations with schools 16 how to use the catalogue 16 undergraduate and graduate degrees and areas of study 17 majors and careers 22 special programs 26 university program for high school scholars educational opportunity program center for educational partnerships student

52 uci 2002-03 • information for admitted students students can keep up-to-date on cie events deadlines and new international opportunities by subscribing to the biweekly electronic newsletter cie-news for information on how to subscribe contact cie cie eap and lop are located in 1100 student services ii telephone 949 824-6343 e-mail cie@uci.edu world wide web http www.cie.uci.edu · education abroad program the education abroad program eap of the university of california offers students the opportunity to experience a different culture while making progress toward degree objectives eap is an overseas study program which operates in cooperation with about 120 host universities and colleges in more than 30 countries throughout the world one quarter s participation in eap fulfills the international/global issues breadth requirement category viib participation in selected eap programs also may satisfy the language other than english breadth requirement category vi see an eap

102 i uci 2002-03 • claire trevor school of the arts the program is designed for students who while not necessarily planning to make the theatre their vocation have a serious interest in the literature theory and practice of drama as well as for students preparing to work professionally in the theatre often after more specialized training at the graduate level department of drama 249 drama building 949 824-6614 cameron harvey department chair faculty lonnie alcaraz m.f.a university of california irvine assistant professor of drama lighting design digital imaging keith bangs m.f.a yale university lecturer in drama technical production stephen barker ph.d university of arizona professor of drama postmodern theatre beckett critical theory dennis castellano m.f.a university of california irvine senior lecturer in drama and head of music theatre music theatre robert cohen d.f.a yale university claire trevor professor of drama acting theory acting directing myrona delaney m.f.a

department of education rodolfo d torres chair thomas w jacobson ed.d university of southern california lecturer professional administration school finance jon johnson a pepperdine university lecturer science education jeanne stone m.a california state university long beach lecturer language arts and mathematics education ronald wenkart j.d university of la verne lecturer school law labor relations 2001 berkeley place general information 949 824-5117 fax 949 824-2965 e:mail educate@uci.edu world wide web http www.gse.uci.edu faculty robert j beck ph.d university of chicago assistant professor of education educational discourse processes early childhood learning · multimedia instruction henry j becker ph.d the johns hopkins university professor of education instructional use of computers survey and evaluation research joan s bissell ed.d harvard university co-director of the ed.d program and senior lecturer learning theory research and evaluation educational policy · liane

electrical and computer engineering 201 in addition to the general departmental requirements the following requirements must be met systems and networks concentration in the department oflnformation and computer science ics master of science degree in addition to the general departmental requirements the following requirements must be met plan 1 thesis option a total of 36 units are required graduate seminar courses su.ch as ece294 and ece295 may not be counted toward the 36 units at least seven concentration courses in the electrical engineering ee concentration must be completed at most 12 of the required 36 units may be from ece296 m.s thesis research the concentration courses are listed at the end of this section plan ii comprehensive examination option the comprehensive examination option requires the completion of 36 course units and a comprehensive examination graduate seminar courses such as ece294 and ece295 may not be counted toward the 36 units each of the four core

250 uci 2002-03 • school of humanities 199 special studies in french 1 to 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 description of the proposed course to the instructor and the chair prior to the beginning of classes may be repeated for credit as topics vary graduate the content of these courses changes yearly and courses numbered 200 and 216-399 except 280 may be repeated for credit as topics vary students should also consult the offerings of the department of linguistics in addition to the following courses graduate students in french might find these humanities courses of special interest humanities 200 history and theory humanities 220 literary theory and its history and humanities 270 advanced critical theory 200 selected topics in french linguistics 4 97 fundamentals of italian with emphasis on reading 4 designed primarily for students interested in

300 uci 2002-03 • department of information and computer science 221 software engineering 4 study of the concepts methods and tools for the analysis design construction and measurement of complex· softwareintensive systems underlying principles emphasized.· state-of-the-art software engineering and promising research areas covered including project management formerly ics 221a 235a qualitative research methods in information systems 4 introduction to qualitative research methods used to study computerization and information systems such as open-ended interviewing participant observation and ethnography studies of the methods in practice through examination of research literature prerequisite ics 230 or 233 222 formal methods in software engineering 4 examination of formal specification models including algebraic/axiomatic state-transition modelbased operational and temporal logics along with their related analysis techniques formal models in software development are

350 uci 2002-03 • school of physical sciences sample program computational physics concentration fall junior ics 21 winter spring ics 22 ics 23 senior math 105a 105la math 105b 105lb math 107 107l master of science the philosophy of physics concentration is concerned with the study of the conceptual history of physics the method of inquiry that has led to our best physical theories and the structure and interpretation of the theories themselves students take courses in deductive and inductive logic the philosophy and history of physics and quantum mechanics the emphasis on careful argument makes this concentration useful for anyone who wishes to pursue a graduate degree in philosophy or law or for other careers that employ both verbal and quantitative analysis the physics education concentration is for students who plan a career in secondary education an education course five general science courses and two quarters of classroom experience complete the requirements for the

cognitive sciences psychology minor requirements requirements for the minor in psychology are met by taking seven or eight psychology courses 28 or 32 units as specified below a psychology 7a for the 28-unit minor or 9a-b-c for the 32unit minor b three upper-division psychology courses chosen from the following core courses in psychology 120a 120d 120h 120p 130a 140c 140l 140m 160a c for students who take psychology 7 a three additional psychology courses four or more units each no more than one of which is a lower-division course for students who take psychology 9a-b-c two additional upper-division psychology courses four or more units each psychology 190-199 cannot be used to fulfill this requirement d in addition the school mathematics and computer science requirement school requirement a must be satisfied graduate program participating faculty william batchelder mathematical models of learning and memory mathematical psychology and measurement bruce berg psychoacoustics of

medicine amin kazzi m.d university of california los angeles associate clinical professor of medicine emergency medicine richard h keates m.d jefferson medical center professor emeritus of ophthalmology kirk a keegan jr m.d university of maryland assistant dean college of medicine and associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology maternal-fetal medicine and of pediatrics hans s keirstead ph.d university of british columbia canada assistant professor of anatomy and neurobiology timothy f kelley m.d bowman gray college assistant adjunct professor of otolaryngology kristen kelly m.d university of california los angeles assistant clinical professor of dermatology bryan kemp ph.d university of southern california clinical professor of medicine genera/internal medicine and primary care j patrick kesslak ph.d texas christian university associate adjunct professor of neurology joyce h keyak ph.d university of california san francisco assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery mechanical