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Summer Study Abroad in Southern California

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welcome to The ultimate university experience awaits you this summer at the University of California, Irvine, recognized globally for its excellence in academics and research. Our ranking as 9th among the nation’s best public universities, according to the annual U.S. News & World Report, is a testament to the caliber of our academic reputation. UC Irvine combines the strengths of a large, dynamic research university with the friendly feel of a small college, and incredible bounty of an incomparable Southern California location.

Quick Facts about Irvine • Population (2015): 250,384 C • One of America’s safest cities A L • Ranked #6 as one of the Best Places to Live by IF Money magazine (2012), and one of the most O educated towns in America. R SAN FRANCISCO • June - September temperatures: N IA 25 - 28°C daytime and 15 - 18°C evening • Off-street bicycle trails: 65km • Community and neighborhood parks: 53 • Tech-savvy community • Irvine international businesses represent banking and finance, HOLLYWOOD electronics, design, manufacturing, biotechnology/medicine LOS ANGELES DISNEYLAND • John Wayne Airport serves millions of passengers annually and is 6km from UCI • Most diverse population in Orange County UC Irvine

SAN DIEGO

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Students at UCI come from across the U.S. and over

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UCI researchers have been awarded

NOBEL PRIZES

UCI Paul Merage School of Business is ranked among the nation’s

TOP BUSINESS SCHOOLS by U.S. News and World Report, Business Week, and the Financial Times.

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Personal Attention Receive support and care from our office... every day!

Access

Enjoy behind-the-scenes tours of UCI’s cutting-edge research labs led by distinguished faculty and staff.

Make friends

Study, eat, and live with international and American students.

Fun

Join for the fun on Free Fridays, Lemonade & Cookies, English Conversation Hours, and more. We offer many activities at no extra cost.

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Dedicated UCI Staff

Even before you arrive, you have access to a variety of student services to help with your academic, personal, and social needs. Our staff will work with you during the enrollment process and will prepare you for your arrival to UCI. Once on campus, you will have access to a wide range of resources, including Immigration Services, the Student Health Center, Disability Services, and the Counseling Center.

Friendly Mentors In addition to the staff who help you enroll into the program and provide support when you are at UCI, the International Student Mentors organize student activities, events, workshops, and study sessions. Some activities you may enjoy are pool parties, game nights, and barbeques. The Mentors are undergraduate students of different backgrounds, ages, and majors who are interested in meeting international students and helping with cultural adjustments. Mentors may even be in the same classes as students. Every week, Mentors will host English Conversation Hours, where students can socialize, practice English, and receive assistance with homework.

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Welcome Weekend

Continued Support

Experience. Service. Smiles.

We are here for you!

We are looking forward to meeting you! Upon arrival, UCI Summer Session staff will: • Personally greet you at the airport • Drive with you to campus • Assist with check-in and key pickup • Escort you to your residence hall After we help you get settled, you will meet your new housemates and have some time to relax before our group welcome dinner.

Orientation On your first Sunday, we hold a mandatory orientation. Learn about academic expectations and resources, immigration, safety, and American culture. You will also get to meet all of the international students, program mentors, and staff. See where your classes are located and learn about the many trips and activities.

From the day you arrive at the airport, you will be in the safe and experienced hands of our dedicated staff and mentors. We pride ourselves on reaching out to each student in our program to ensure a successful summer.

How ever you decide to explore California, you are guaranteed to make some great memories. Our staff will help coordinate some of these unforgettable experiences throughout your stay and will be able to help you plan some of your own – just stop by our office.

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Student Housing

Campus Community

The residence halls or “houses� in Arroyo Vista are a short walk from main campus and are surrounded by conveniences such as a shopping center and the ARC (Anteater Recreation Center), UCI’s state-of-art fitness center, basketball courts, and pool. Each house is fully furnished and equipped with a central bathroom on each floor, common lounges, and kitchens. All rooms are dual occupancy and equipped with internet connections, so students can continue to study or connect with family and friends in the comfort of their room. Each house will have a live-in Residential Advisor to provide assistance and social programming.

A successful summer requires a balance of academic and social life. Between classes and studying, you can participate in a variety of unique Summer Session events and activities or explore what California has to offer with your new friends.

On-campus housing is available for all registered domestic and international Summer Session students. Each house will have cooking supplies and utensils, so you can make the most of your money by preparing meals. There are also plenty of on-campus dining options, including all-you-can-eat dining halls and convenient grab-and-go eateries. You also have the option to purchase a meal plan.

With more than 600 student clubs and organizations, you will readily find friends who share your interests, whether academic, environmental, multicultural, social, or athletic. Cutting-edge artists, internationally renowned speakers, cultural nights, and student-lead campus events provide opportunities for students to engage at UCI during the summer. The Student Center is where you will find most students between classes, eating, shopping at The Hill, or hanging out at the Anthill Pub and Grille. In addition, you will find banks, discounted tickets to attractions, computer labs, and study space.

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Included Activities Our program includes a comprehensive schedule of co-curricular events, which expose you to unique fields of research at UCI and give you tools for academic success.

Summer Activities During the summer, the campus is alive with outdoor activities! The 19-acre botanical Aldrich Park and Student Center are the center of our summer festivals, where all students are encouraged to perform and get involved.

INSIDE UCI: Special lectures offered by UCI faculty involved in cutting-edge research such robotics, human memory and brain research. Tours of advanced technology laboratories and facilities such as the Stem Cell Research Center and a motion-capture lab. Study Skills Workshops focus on time management, surviving lectures, study planning, academic reading, and preparing for exams. Mentor Events are fun weekly social events led by our undergraduate peer mentors.

We’ll be in touch! Summer Session will send e-mails, post on Social Media, and update our blog with event reminders and program updates and communication.

The Sunset Festival, marking the end of Session II, is when our talented and artistic students showcase song, dance, spoken word, and more.

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“Study hard during the week because you will need to have a lot of fun on the weekends. [UCI Summer Session has] really good activities, and please join them all…as I did!” ~ Mayan Tawfik American University in Cairo

Beaches Hit the sandy and friendly beaches of Huntington, Newport, and Laguna for sunbathing or a surf lesson.

Attractions

Find fun and excitement at theme parks, such as Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm, Six Flags or Universal Studios.

Let’s eat...

Try new foods – Indian, Thai, Korean, Japanese, and Mediterranean are all within walking distance. Or try a California favorite, In-N-Out, for the best burgers, fries, and milkshakes.

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Organized Trips

Throughout each session, our office will organize a variety of cost-effective and time-efficient trips designed to help you experience California culture. During the first week, you will have the ability to sign-up and pay for activities, including our weekend trips to Las Vegas, San Francisco, Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks, day trips to Los Angeles and Hollywood, and amusement parks. Of course, there will be an opportunity to hit the waves at our lively beaches and learn how to surf!

Fun on Free Fridays Our office will also offer Free Friday excursions organized and led by our mentors to local sites, including Laguna Beach, Newport Beach, and Balboa Island.

Day trips

Get out of town for a day and head north to Los Angeles for the sights and sounds of Hollywood, Santa Monica Pier, Downtown LA, and Beverly Hills. Or head south to San Diego by train to explore the rich Spanish and Mexican influences on the city and visit the animals at Sea World, the San Diego Zoo, Safari Park, or Comic-con.

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Southern California is a major tourist destination with culture, amazing arts, and adventure all within short distances of each other.

SANTA BARBARA HOLLYWOOD LOS ANGELES DISNEYLAND

UC Irvine

SAN DIEGO

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applyUCI Eligibility

Visa Support

To enroll, you must meet the following requirements.

International (non-immigrant) students coming from abroad are required to have valid visas to enter the U.S. Most international students enrolling in Summer Session will obtain an F-1 student visa. UCI Summer Session, in collaboration with UCI Continuing Education, will issue the documentation necessary to obtain an F-1 student visa.

• A complete Summer Session application • Enroll in 6-units or more (maximum of 10 per session) to obtain an F-1 student visa • Proof of Funds: Full-time students must submit a bank statement (in English) certifying that they have sufficient funds to cover the cost of tuition and living expenses for the duration of the program.

• Proof of English Proficiency o 685 TOEIC o 6.5 IELTS o 3.5 iTEP o ISE II (B2) o TOEFL • 213 Computer Based Test • 79 iBT • 550 Paper Based Test

Once you have arrived, our immigration advisors will be available to assist with travel, medical issues, or questions regarding your legal status in the U.S. For specific information related to immigration and visas, please visit our website under the Frequently Asked Questions. There is also general information regarding how to apply for a visa on the U.S. Department of State Website (www.travel.state.gov)

Students who do not meet the English language requirement have the option to enroll in Academic English courses. See “UCI academics.”

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How to Apply When to Apply Apply starting in early March! Courses offered during the summer will fill quickly, so we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible. Submitting your application earlier will also help ensure students have enough time to apply and obtain an F-1 student visa.

• Through an International Registration Center o Your university may be affiliated with UCI Summer Session or an agent • Directly to UCI Summer Session via:

summer.uci.edu/international o Download application or apply online

Step-by-Step 1

Apply online or download the paper application

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Our team reviews and processes your application

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UCI Summer Session sends your acceptance letter and I-20

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Complete Housing Contract Use your I-20 to apply for a visa interview for an F-1 student visa UCI Summer Session sends you Pre-Departure Materials Purchase your flights Depart for California!

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Over 800 courses in 70 academic disciplines Academic English African American Studies Anthropology Art Art History Asian American Studies Biological Sciences Chicano Latino Studies Chemistry Classics Comparative Literature Computer Science Dance Drama Earth System Science East Asian Languages & Literatures Economics Education English Engineering Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering & Materials Science Computer Science & Engineering Civil & Environmental Engineering Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Film & Media Studies Gender and Sexualities Studies Global Cultures History Humanities Information & Computer Science Informatics International Studies Linguistics Logic & Philosophy of Science Mathematics Management (Business) Music Philosophy Pharmaceutical Sciences Physics Political Science Psychology Public Health Religious Studies Social Science Social Ecology Criminology, Law & Society Psychology & Social Behavior Planning, Policy & Design Sociology Statistics

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Why Study at UCI?

Summer Session offers over 800 courses in 70 academic disciplines. Students will take courses led by world-renowned faculty among domestic UCI undergraduates. As a visiting student, you have the option to choose courses that will help you fulfill degree requirements at your home university, courses just for interest, or as an investment in your career and skill enhancement. This is your summer to grow academically. Students are encouraged to meet with professors and strike up a conversation – some students have been offered opportunities to assist in research on campus. Furthermore, there are plenty of academic resources available on campus to help you with your learning needs, such as peer tutors, five expansive research libraries, and six computer labs.

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What Can I Study?

Academic English

Academic success depends on selecting the right courses that meet your learning needs and interests. Many courses do not have pre-requisite requirements but students are expected to have prior knowledge before enrolling into courses. A full-time course load consists of two 4-unit courses (minimum requirement for an F-1 student visa is 6-units). We recommend that you take no more than 10-units per session. Students are encouraged to speak to an academic advisor at their home university to receive assistance in selecting transferable courses before starting Summer Session. View our course listings with detailed course descriptions online on our website.

If you do not meet the English language requirement or you wish to improve your English, you may elect to enroll in Academic English 29 courses, which will improve your English speaking, writing and conversation skills. Some students combine one Academic English course with one regular course. • Advanced Conversation (2 units) • Business English (2 units) • Film, Media, and American Culture (2 units) • University Writing & Communication (4 units) • Television, Culture, and Communication (2 units)

Students can choose how to be evaluated in their courses, but will generally take courses for a letter grade in order to transfer course credit across international institutions. Since UCI is on an academic quarter system, you may be required to convert the units to semester units to receive credit.

After completing your courses, you can obtain an official UCI transcript as proof of your academic participation. This transcript can be added to your Resume/CV or used for future applications to graduate schools in the U.S. or internationally.

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Preview of Courses

Academic Advising

The courses listed in this preview are a sample and are subject to change. Visit summer.uci.edu and click on the “courses” tab for the most current information.

The Summer Session staff along with your home university academic advisor can assist you with choosing the courses that best match your academic and career goals.

Many of the courses offered at UCI are high level and may not be appropriate for all students. If you are unsure about the expectations of a course, contact us.

UCI Holidays

Registration opens each year in early March.

• Independence Day (July 4th) • Labor Day

No classes will be held on the following U.S. holidays

Course Numbering Chart 1-99

100-199

Lower Division Courses

Upper Division Courses

Open to freshmen, sophomores, and high school students; not acceptable for upper division credit

Ordinarily open to students who have completed at least one lower division course in the given subject or two years of college work

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academic english and esl

200-299

300-399

Graduate Courses

Professional Courses

Adequate preparation, For teachers or prospective teachers subject to instructor’s approval, is normally 12 upper division semester units of work basic to the subject matter of the course Course Title

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african american studies

University Writing and Communication

2

African American Studies I

4

Television, Culture and Communication

2

African-American Studies II

4

Advanced Conversation

2

anthropology

ESL Reading and Vocabulary

2

Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology

4

Special Topic: University Writing and Communication

2

Introduction to Biological Anthropology

4

Special Topic: Advanced Conversation

2

Introduction to Language and Culture

4

Film Media and American Culture

2

Probability and Statistics

4

Business English

2

Global Issues in Anthropological Perspective

4

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anthropology (continued)

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biological sciences (continued)

Medical Anthropology

4

From Organisms to Ecosystems

4

The Woman and the Body

4

Genetics

4

Game of Thrones and Anthropology

4

Biochemistry

4

Anthropology of the Paranormal

4

Molecular Biology

4

Language and Globalization

4

Scientific Writing

3

Urban Legends

4

Cell Biology

4

Peoples and Cultures of Latin America

4

Developmental Biology

4

Processes in Ecology and Evolution

4

4

Human Physiology

4

Basic Drawing II

4

Neurobiology and Behavior

4

Basic Painting I

4

Developmental and Cell Biology Laboratory

4

Foundations in Media Design

4

Physiology Laboratory

4

Molecular Biology Laboratory

5

art Basic Drawing I

art (continued) Digital Filmmaking Production I

4

Experimental Microbiology Laboratory

5

Digital Filmmaking Production II

4

General Microbiology

4

Photoshop

4

Biology of Integrative Medicine

4

Digital Photography

4

Genetics

4

Artists as Writers

4

The Physiology of Human Nutrition

4

Neurobiology of Learning and Memory

4

asian american studies Asian American Communities

4

Brain Disorders and Behavior

4

Asian Americans and the Media

4

Limnology and Freshwater Biology

4

biological sciences

Field Freshwater Ecology

4

Nutrition Science

4

Mediterranean Ecosystems: Biodiversity and Conservation

4

Biology of Oriental Medicine

4

Exercise Physiology

4

The Biology of Human Diseases

4

biomedical engineering

The Brain and Behavior

4

Introduction to Biomedical Engineering

3

Drugs and the Brain

4

Cell and Molecular Engineering

4

Mind, Memory, Amnesia, and the Brain

4

From DNA to Organisms

4

chemical engineering and materials sciences Mechanical Behavior and Design Principles

4

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chicano latino studies

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computer science and engineering (continued)

Introduction to Race and Ethnicity in Political Science

4

Intermediate Programming

4

Peoples and Cultures of Latin America

4

Programming in C/C++ as a Second Language

4

Urban America

4

Data Structure Implementation and Analysis

4

Medical Anthropology

4

Discrete-Time Signals and Systems

4

Multicultural Education in K-12 Schools

4

Network Analysis I

4

Concepts in Programming Languages I

4 4

chemistry General Chemistry

4

Design and Analysis of Algorithms

General Chemistry Laboratory

2

dance

Scientific Computing Skills

4

American Ballet and Modern Dance since 1900

Organic Chemistry

4

drama

Organic Chemistry Laboratory

2

Performance Now

4

classics

4

Introduction to Stage Management

4

The Formation of Ancient Roman Society: The Fall of Rome

4

Intermediate Acting

4

The Formation of Ancient Greek Society: 4th Century and Hellenistic Greece

4

Business of Show Business

4

Classical Mythology: The Gods

4

Classical Mythology: The Heroes

4

comparative literature Freaky/Crazy/Strange

4

computer science Computer Networks

4

Advanced Computer Networks

4

Concepts in Programming Languages I

4

Digital Logic Design

4

Computer Systems Architecture

4

Design and Analysis of Algorithms

4

criminology, law and science

east asian languages and literatures Korean Popular Culture

4

earth system science Oceanography

4

The Atmosphere

4

Air Pollution

4

economics Introduction to Economics

4

Global Economy

4

Probability and Statistics in Economics I

4

Probability and Statistics in Economics II

4

Basic Economics I

4

Basic Economics II

4

Sociology of Law

4

The Economics of Accounting Decisions

4

Hate Crimes

4

Intermediate Economics I

4

Organized Crime and American Society

4

Intermediate Economic II

4

White-Collar Crime

4

Intermediate Economic III

4

Classics in Crime Cinema

4

Applied Econometrics I

4

computer science and engineering

Applied Econometrics II

4

Introduction to Digital Systems

4

Introduction to Financial Investments

4

Introduction to Digital Logic Laboratory

3

Corporate Finance

4

Introduction to Programming

4

Math of Finance

4

Programming with Software Libraries

4

Managerial Economics

4

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economics (continued) Cultural Economics

4

Money and Banking

4

International Trade and Commercial Policy

4

education Multicultural Education in K-12 Schools

4

electrical engineering and computer science

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mechanical and aerospace engineering (continued) Applied Engineering Thermodynamics

4

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

4

Mechanics of Structures

4

Mechanics of Structures Laboratory

1

Mechanical Behavior and Design Principles

4

Introduction to Control Systems

4

Computational Methods in Electrical and Computer Engineering

4

film and media studies

Introduction to Programming

4

Introduction to Film and Visual Analysis

4

Computer Systems and Programming in C

4

Broadcast Media History and Analysis

4

Introduction to Digital Systems

4

New Media and Digital Technologies

4

Introduction to Digital Logic Laboratory

3

Hitchcock

4

Discrete-Time Signals and Systems

4

Writing on Film and Media

4

Engineering Probability

4

gender and sexuality studies

Network Analysis I

4

Gender and Feminism in Everyday Life

4

Network Analysis II

4

Gender and Popular Culture

4

Network Analysis I Laboratory

1

global cultures

Network Analysis II Laboratory

1

Language and Globalization

Computer Networks

4

history

english

4

Introductory Topics in History

4

The Craft of Fiction

4

World Religions I

4

Dynamics

4

Religious Dialogue

4

The Young Romantics

4

World: Innovations

4

American Places

4

World: Empires and Revolutions

4

Shakespeare

4

World: Wars and Rights

4 4

Mechanics of Structures

4

The Formation of Ancient Greek Society: 4th Century & Hellenistic Greece

Communications in the Professional World

4

The Formation of Ancient Roman Society: The Fall of Rome

4

Colonial America: New Worlds

4

Modern America: Culture and Power

4

Crises and Revolutions

4

Modern East Asia

4

The 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran

4

U.S. Russian Relations

4

Language and Globalization

4

engineering

civil and environmental engineering Introduction to Computational Problem Solving

4

Dynamics

4

Mechanics of Materials

4

mechanical and aerospace engineering Computer-Aided Design

4

Manufacturing Processes in Engineering

2

Dynamics

4

Introduction to Thermodynamics

4

humanities Freaky/Crazy/Strange

4

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donald bren school of information and computer sciences

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mathematics

Introduction to Programming

4

Programming with Software Libraries

4

Intermediate Programming

4

Programming in C/C++ as a Second Language

4

Data Structure Implementation and Analysis

4

Introductory Computer Organization

6

informatics Introduction to Software Engineering

4

Concepts in Programming Languages I

4

Human Computer Interaction

4

international studies Global Economy

4

Introduction to International Relations

4

International Political Economy

4

Approaches to International Relations

4

Human Rights

4

Peoples and Cultures of Latin America

4

U.S. Russian Relations

4

Language and Globalization

4

linguistics Introduction to Linguistics

4

Acquisition of Language

4

Introduction to Language and Culture

4

logic and philosophy of science Critical Reasoning

4

Introduction to Symbolic Logic

4

Introduction to Inductive Logic

4

mathematics Single-Variable Calculus

4

Multivariable Calculus

4

Introduction to Linear Algebra

4

Elementary Differential Equations

4

Mathematics for Economists

4

Calculus for Life Sciences

4

Introduction to Abstract Mathematics

4

Numerical Analysis

4

Numerical Analysis Laboratory

1

Linear Algebra

4

Probability and Stochastic Processes

4

Combinatorics

4

Mathematics of Finance

4

Number Theory

4

management Management of Contemporary Organizations

4

Statistics for Business Decision Making

4

Principles in Accounting II

4

Managing Organizational Behavior

4

Introduction to Marketing

4

Human Resources Management

4

Intermediate Accounting I

4

Intermediate Accounting II

4

Individual Taxation

4

Accounting Information Systems & Spreadsheets

4

Financial Statement Analysis

4

Introduction to Strategy

4

Digital Marketing

4

music Introduction to Music

4

Introduction to Opera

4

The Beatles and the Sixties

4

History of Jazz

4

persian Children/Iran Cinema

4

philosophy Introduction to Philosophy

4

Introduction to Ethics

4

Contemporary Moral Problems

4

Critical Reasoning

4

Introduction to Symbolic Logic

4

Introduction to Inductive Logic

4

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pharmaceutical sciences

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psychology and social behavior (continued)

Speaking About Science

4

Social Animal: An Introduction to Social Psychology

4

Human Physiology

4

Human Sexuality

4

Molecular Pharmacology I

4

Human Stress

4

Biopharmaceutics & Nanomedicine Lab

3

Child Therapies

4

Human Physiology Lab

3

Personality

4

Molecular Pharmacology II

4

psychology

Pharmacotherapy

4

Introduction to Psychology

4

physics

Psychology Fundamentals

4

Introduction to Mathematical Methods for Physics

4

Acquisition of Language

4

Basic Physics

4

Research Methods in Psychology

4

Basic Physics II

4

Research Methods in Psychology Laboratory

2

Basic Physics Laboratory

1.5

Organizational/Industrial Psychology

4

Classical Physics

4

Psychology of Music

4

Classical Physics Laboratory

1

Psychology in Film

4

Perception and Sensory Processes

4

political science Introduction to Political Science: Political Analysis

4

Cognitive Science

4

Introduction to American Government

4

Brain Disorders and Behavior

4

Introduction to International Relations

4

Social Psychology of Networks

4

Introduction to Politics Around the World

4

public health

Introduction to Race and Ethnicity in Political Science

4

Principles of Public Health

4

Introduction to Law

4

Case Studies in Public Health Practice

4

International Political Economy

4

Human Environments

4

Approaches to International Relations

4

Public Health Finance for Non-Financial Managers

4

Human Rights

4

Introduction to Epidemiology

4

Protests, Movements, and Revolutions

4

Health Policy

4

Law and Society

4

Environmental and Public Health Policy

4

U.S. Russian Relations

4

Health Behavior Theory

4

planning, policy and design

Sociology of Mental Health

4

Introduction to Urban Studies

4

Introduction to Global Health

4

Urban America

4

religious studies

Health Policy

4

World Religions I

4

Religious Dialogue

4

psychology and social behavior Introduction to Psychology

4

Psychology Fundamentals

4

Abnormal Psychology

4

Health Psychology

4

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social science

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sociology (continued)

Probability & Statistics in Social Sciences II

4

Social Problems

4

Probability & Statistics in Social Sciences III

4

Probability and Statistics

4

Asian American Communities

4

Race and Ethnicity

4

Urban America

4

Research Methods

4

Domestic Gangs

4

Sociological Theory

4

Juvenile Gangs

4

Social Psychology of Networks

4

U.S. Russian Relations

4

White-Collar Crime

4

Urban Legends

4

Sociology of Sex and Gender

4

Protests, Movements, and Revolutions

4 4

social ecology Introduction to Environmental Analysis and Design

4

Sociology Majors Seminar

Research Design

4

social policy and public service

Statistical Analysis in Social Ecology

4

Race and Ethnicity

Naturalistic Field Research

4

statistics

sociology

4

Basic Statistics

4

Introduction to Sociology

4

Introduction to Biological Statistics

4

Globalization and Transnational Sociology

4

Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Computer Science

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“All of the professors were so helpful. I had a meeting with my Money and Banking professor, Mr. Sarraf. He was so helpful, providing suggestions for my career and ways to set and achieve goals for my future.” ~ Paolo Carlomagno Universitá Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

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