Transfer of Credit Academic Policies The academic policies described here apply to students enrolled in study leading to graduate degrees and California education credentials. Other regulations and procedures are covered in the Academic Regulations and Procedures sections, and in the description of each graduate program.
Communications and signal processing Engineering - M. Online Program The Online Master of Science in Engineering Program is the newest program at the Bourns College of Engineering and is designed to enable fully employed engineers to advance their professional education and enhance their value to their employers.
This unique program, which is delivered over the Internet, gives engineers the opportunity to learn a specialization in depth and to renew and update their knowledge of technological advances. The first cohort of students will be admitted for studies in Bioengineering beginning in Fall Students work in close consultation with the graduate adviser to map a course of study including seminar work, fulfillment of the foreign language requirement, the successful completion of two qualifying exams, and the dissertation.
With programs leading towards M. Environmental Science - M. This interdepartmental program provides students with broad training and exposure to the many facets of environmental science, as well as the specialized study of a specific research topic. Administered by nearly 50 UCR faculty from different environmentally related disciplines, research and course offerings are diverse, ranging from fundamental soil, aquatic, and atmospheric chemistry through resource and environmental management, economics and policy, to a host of other areas within both the natural and social sciences.
Environmental Toxicology - M. An integrated interdisciplinary program that leads to an M. The program teaches the scientific principles of toxicology, focusing on biology, chemistry and the ways that xenobiotics and toxins interact with the biosphere. Ethnic Studies - Ph. Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology - M.
Experimental Choreography - M. Highly motivated choreographers pursuing the M. The focus is the development of experimental choreography that challenges cultural assumptions and is informed by a critical and reflective perspective. The program is especially designed for the practicing artist who desires to return to an institutional context for advanced study and to examine their own work as they produce new work.
Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management addresses the unmet demand for trained finance professionals. The MFin program will enable finance executives to gain the specialized expertise required for professional advancement, and prepare students who seek to pursue professional certifications in finance.
Genetics, Genomics and Bioinformatics - Ph. Molecular genetics Population and evolutionary genetics Genomics and bioinformatics. The program features diverse research opportunities ranging from current topics in cellular and organismal biology, through mechanisms of molecular evolution, to quantitative genetics, population structure and dynamics, to conservation biology.
The program serves both computationally- oriented informaticians and "wet-bench"-oriented genomicists.
Geological Sciences - M. Emphasizing general geology combined with specialization in one of 16 fields, including paleobiology, neotectonics, organic geochemistry, stratigraphy and sedimentology.
A rich and diverse array of study options is available to students. Graduate study in history at the UCR culminates in the Ph. Students can also earn the M. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management balances the art and science of management, emphasizing managing through information, while recognizing the global environment of management.
Students are prepared to excel in a competitive international environment. Teamwork, relationships and communication are underscored. Management - Professional M.Below you will find a brief summary of each of UCR's graduate programs.
If you would like more detailed information about a program, please click the links provided. ASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at one public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another.
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Jan 3 Wednesday pm, Tustin: OC for Climate Action Planning Meeting @ REI, El Camino Real Our January planning meeting will again be a joint meeting with OC Clean Power and Climate Action OC. Due to the holidays, this meeting will be on the first Wednesday in January, rather than our normal first Tuesday.
Graduate Scholarships. While less common than undergraduate scholarships, scholarships for graduate students are available. Graduate students rely heavily on fellowships or assistantships - especially in high-need areas like nursing or teaching - but these aren’t available to everyone and don’t always cover a graduate student’s living expenses.
The Writing Requirement consists of two courses at the lower-division level beyond the UC Entry Level Writing requirement and one upper-division course in a discipline. Except where otherwise noted below, students must satisfy the UC Entry Level Writing requirement prior to fulfilling the UCI writing requirement.