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University of California San Diego

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  • University of California San Diego
  • University of California San Diego
  • University of California San Diego
  • University of California San Diego
  • University of California San Diego

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Tarix : 10/10/2018
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Ölkə/Şəhər/Ünvan : San Diego

The University of California, San Diego[a] is a public research university located in the La Jolla neighborhood of San Diego, California, in the United States.[11] The university occupies 2,141 acres (866 ha) near the coast of the Pacific Ocean with the main campus resting on approximately 1,152 acres (466 ha).Established in 1960 near the pre-existing Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego is the seventh oldest of the 10 University of California campuses and offers over 200 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, enrolling about 28,000 undergraduate and 8,000 graduate students.

UC San Diego is organized into six undergraduate residential colleges (Revelle, John Muir, Thurgood Marshall, Earl Warren, Eleanor Roosevelt and Sixth), five academic divisions (Arts and Humanities, Biological Sciences, Jacobs School of Engineering, Physical Sciences and Social Sciences), and five graduate and professional schools (Rady School of Management, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, School of Global Policy and Strategy, School of Medicine and Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences). A proposed School of Public Health is in the planning stages.[ UC San Diego Health, the region’s only academic health system, provides patient care, conducts medical research and educates future health care professionals at the UC San Diego Medical Center, Hillcrest and Jacobs Medical Center.

The university operates 19 organized research units (ORUs), including the Center for Energy Research, Qualcomm Institute (a branch of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology),[15] San Diego Supercomputer Center and the Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind, as well as eight School of Medicine research units, six research centers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and two multi-campus initiatives, including the Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. UC San Diego is also closely affiliated with several regional research centers, such as the Salk Institute, the Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, the Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine and the Scripps Research Institute. According to the National Science Foundation, UC San Diego spent $1.101 billion on research and development in fiscal year 2015, ranking it 5th in the nation.

As of August 2018, UC San Diego faculty, researchers and alumni have won 27 Nobel Prizes and 3 Fields Medals,eight National Medals of Science, eight MacArthur Fellowships and two Pulitzer Prizes.Additionally, of the current faculty, 29 have been elected to the National Academy of Engineering,70 to the National Academy of Sciences,45 to the Institute of Medicine and 110 to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Recognized as a Public Ivy, UC San Diego is a highly regarded research institution, ranked 11th in the world by the Nature Index, 14th in the world by the Scrimago Institutions Rankings,14th in the world by the Lens Metric,[24] 14th best university in the world according to TBS Rankings,[25] 16th in U.S. News & World Report ‘s 2017 global university rankings,15th best university in the world by Webometrics Ranking of World Universities, 15th in the world by the Academic Ranking of World Universities, 16th best university in the world by the Centre for Science and Technology Studies of Leiden University Ranking, 18th in the world by the Center for World University Rankings, 18th in the world by University Ranking by Academic Performance] and 5th best public university in the world by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Residential colleges

UC San Diego’s undergraduate division is organized into six residential colleges, each headed by its own provost. They all set their own general education requirements, manage separate administrative and advising staff, and grant unique degrees. In chronological order by date of foundation, the six colleges are:

Revelle College, founded in 1964 as First College, emphasizes a “Renaissance education” through the Humanities sequence which integrates history, literature, and philosophy. It has highly structured requirements.

John Muir College, founded in 1967 as Second College, emphasizes a “spirit of self-sufficiency and individual choice” and offers loosely structured general-education requirements.

Thurgood Marshall College, founded in 1970 as Third College, emphasizes “scholarship, social responsibility and the belief that a liberal arts education must include an understanding of one’s role in society”.

Earl Warren College, founded in 1974 as Fourth College, requires students to pursue a major of their choice while also requiring two “programs of concentration” in disciplines unrelated to each other and to their major “toward a life in balance”.

Eleanor Roosevelt College, founded in 1988 as Fifth College, focuses its core education program on a cross-cultural interdisciplinary course sequence entitled “Making of the Modern World”, has a foreign language requirement, and encourages studying abroad.

Sixth College, founded in 2002, has a focus on “historical and philosophical connections among culture, art and technology.”

Students affiliate with a college based upon its particular philosophy and environment as majors are not exclusive to specific colleges. Revelle and Sixth enroll the largest number of undergraduate students, followed by Warren, Muir, Roosevelt, and Marshall. Each undergraduate college sets different requirements for awarding graduation and provost’s honors, separate from departmental and Phi Beta Kappa honors.

Admissions

UC San Diego is categorized by U.S. News & World Report as “most selective” for college admissions ratings within the United States.[143] For the Fall 2017 admissions cycle, the school received 106,202 applications from both freshman and transfer applicants, the second highest among the University of California campuses.[144] Of those 106,202 applications, 88,463 applications were from prospective freshman with UC San Diego granting admission to just 30,204 applicants giving the institution an acceptance rate of 34.1% for the fall 2017 admission cycle.

In 2009, UC San Diego mistakenly sent Admit Day welcome emails to all its 47,000 freshmen applicants, instead of just the 17,000 who had been admitted.However, school officials quickly realized the mistake and sent an apology email within two hours.

Graduate admissions are largely centralized through the Office of Graduate Studies. However, the Rady School of Management, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and the School of Global Policy and Strategy (GPS) handle their own admissions. For Fall 2012, the UC San Diego School of Medicine offered admission to 5% of its applicants.

Student life

In all, the university offers classical orchestras, intramural sports, and over 550 student organizations.[153][154] 38 national and local Greek organizations are hosted on campus,[155] with fraternity and sorority members representing 20% of the student population.[156] The university operates on an academic quarter system, with three primary quarters beginning in late September and ending in mid-June.[157] 44% of undergraduate students receive federal Pell Grants.[158]

The undergraduate student body government is the UC San Diego Associated Students, organized as a cabinet and senate while graduate students are represented by the Graduate Student Association, a proportional representative body with membership depending on the number of students in each graduate department. Additionally, graduate students who serve as teaching assistants are represented by the UC-wide union of Academic Student Employees. Each of the six residential colleges has its own student council as well. Most student media publications distributed on-campus are services provided and governed by ASUCSD, including Triton TV, a film studio and TV station, and the KSDT radio station. A notable exception is The Guardian, which is directly governed by the university’s Student Affairs department.

Price Center, often referred to as PC, is the main student hub and is located in the center of campus, just south of Geisel Library. The building houses multiple restaurants, the central bookstore, a movie theater, and office space for student organizations, organization advisers, and university faculty. A student referendum was passed in 2003 to expand the Price Center to nearly double its original size. The Price Center East expansion was officially opened to the public on May 19, 2008. There are also three campus centers that cultivate a sense of community among faculty, staff, and certain students: the Cross-Cultural Center, the Women’s Center, and the LGBT Resource Center. UC San Diego was the last UC campus to have such centers. All three, especially the Cross-Cultural Center that was created first, were founded in the mid-1990s as a result of student movements that demanded change despite opposition by the campus administration.

The Ché Café is a student worker cooperative and social center that is perhaps best known for its role as a venue for underground music scene. It is an on-and-off again vegan cafe and catering operation as well. The Ché also acts as a resource for the music and art departments on campus through hosting art shows, performances, and film screenings. Some of the most notable touring bands or musicians who have played at the Ché include: Bon Iver, Green Day, Rise Against, Jimmy Eat World, Matt & Kim, Billy Corgan, Blonde Redhead, Bomb the Music Industry!, The Get Up Kids, Deerhoof, Bright Eyes, Chumbawamba, Mike Watt, Hella, Dan Deacon, Unwound, and Jawbreaker. Prominent local San Diego bands such as The Locust and Pinback, and national tours such as Mates of State and The Dillinger Escape Plan have given the Ché Café some fame and praise as a radical vegan collective despite its small size and limited sound equipmen

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS

MAJORS

A

ANTHROPOLOGY

Anthropology (Archaeology) (B.A.)

Anthropology (Biological Anthropology) (B.A.)

Anthropology (Sociocultural Anthropology) (B.A.)

ARTS (SEE VISUAL ARTS)

B

BIOENGINEERING (BE)

Bioengineering (B.S.)*

Bioengineering (Biotechnology) (B.S.)*

Bioengineering (Bioinformatics) (B.S.)*

Bioengineering: BioSystems (B.S.)*

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Available to students admitted to UCSD in Fall 2018 or later:

Biology with Specialization in Bioinformatics (B.S.)*

Ecology, Behavior and Evolution (B.S.)*

General Biology (B.S.)*

Human Biology (B.S.)*

Microbiology (B.S.)*

Molecular and Cell Biology (B.S.)*

Neurobiology (B.S.)*

Available to students admitted to UCSD in Fall 2017 or earlier:

Biochemistry and Cell Biology (B.S.)*

Biology with Specialization in Bioinformatics (B.S.)*

Ecology, Behavior and Evolution (B.S.)*

General Biology (B.S.)*

Human Biology (B.S.)*

Microbiology (B.S.)*

Molecular Biology (B.S.)*

Physiology and Neuroscience (B.S.)*

C

CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY

Biochemistry/Chemistry (B.S.)

Chemistry (B.S.)

Environmental Chemistry (B.S.)

Molecular Synthesis (B.S.)

Pharmacological Chemistry (B.S.)

CHINESE STUDIES

Chinese Studies (B.A.)

CLASSICAL STUDIES

Classical Studies (B.A.)

COGNITIVE SCIENCE (B.A./B.S.)

Cognitive Science with Specialization in Clinical Aspects of Cognition (B.S.)

Cognitive Science with Specialization in Computation (B.S.)

Cognitive Science with Specialization in Design and Interaction (B.S.)

Cognitive Science with Specialization in Human Cognition (B.S.)

Cognitive Science with Specialization in Human Computer Interaction (B.S.)

Cognitive Science with Specialization in Language and Culture (B.S.)

Cognitive Science with Specialization in Machine Learning and Neural Computation (B.S.)

Cognitive Science with Specialization in Neuroscience (B.S.)

Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience (B.S.)

COMMUNICATION

Communication (B.A.)

COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING (CSE)

Computer Engineering (B.S.)*

Computer Science (B.A./B.S.)*

Computer Science with Specialization in Bioinformatics (B.S)*

CRITICAL GENDER STUDIES

Critical Gender Studies (B.A.)

D

DANCE (SEE THEATRE)

DATA SCIENCE

Data Science (B.S.) *

E

EARTH SCIENCES (SEE SCRIPPS INSTITUTION OF OCEANOGRAPHY)

ECONOMICS

Economics (B.A)*

Economics and Mathematics – Joint Major (B.S.)*

Management Science (B.S.)*

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING (ECE)

Computer Engineering (B.S.)*

Computer Engineering (B.S.)*

Electrical Engineering and Society (B.A.)*

Engineering Physics (B.S.)*

ENGLISH (SEE LITERATURE)

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS PROGRAM

Environmental Systems (Earth Sciences) (B.S.)

Environmental Systems (Ecology, Behavior, & Evolution) (B.S.)

Environmental Systems (Environmental Chemistry) (B.S.)

Environmental Systems (Environmental Policy) (B.A.)

ETHNIC STUDIES

Ethnic Studies (B.A.)

F

FAMILY & PREVENTIVE MEDICINE

Public Health (B.S.)*

G

GERMAN STUDIES

German Studies (B.A.)

GLOBAL HEALTH

Global Health (B.A.)

H

HISTORY

History (B.A.)

HUMAN DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCES

Human Developmental Sciences (B.A./B.S.)

I

INDIVIDUAL MAJORS (B.A. / B.S.)

Each college offers an individual major for a B.A. degree; Revelle College offers a B.A. and B.S.

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (B.A.)

International Studies – Anthropology

International Studies – Economics

International Studies – Economics (Jt BA/MIA)*

International Studies – History

International Studies – International Business

International Studies – International Business (Jt BA/MIA)*

International Studies – Linguistics

International Studies – Literature

International Studies – Political Science

International Studies – Political Science (Jt BA/MIA)*

International Studies – Sociology

ITALIAN STUDIES

Italian Studies (B.A.)

J

JAPANESE STUDIES

Japanese Studies (B.A.)

JUDAIC STUDIES

Judaic Studies (B.A.)

L

LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES

http://las.ucsd.edu/

LINGUISTICS

Linguistics (B.A.)

Linguistics (Specialization in Cognition and Language) (B.A.)

Linguistics (Specialization in Language and Society) (B.A.)

Linguistics: Language Studies (Specialization in Individual Language) (B.A.)

Linguistics (Specialization in Speech and Language Sciences) (B.A.)

LITERATURE

Literatures in English (B.A.)

Spanish Literature (B.A.)

Literature/Writing (B.A.)*

World Literature and Culture (B.A.)

M

MATHEMATICS

Mathematics – Applied (B.S.)*

Mathematics (B.S.)*

Mathematics and Economics – Joint Major (B.S.)*

Mathematics – Computer Science (B.S.)*

Mathematics – Secondary Education (B.A.)*

Mathematics – Scientific Computation (B.S.)*

Probability and Statistics (B.S.)*

MECHANICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERING (MAE)

Aerospace Engineering (B.S.)*

Environmental Engineering (B.S.)*

Mechanical Engineering (B.S.)*

MUSIC

Music (B.A.)**

Interdisciplinary Computing and the Arts (B.A.)**

Music Humanities (B.A.)**

N

NANOENGINEERING

Chemical Engineering (B.S.)*

NanoEngineering (B.S.)*

P

PHILOSOPHY

Philosophy (B.A.)

PHYSICS

General Physics (B.A.)*

General Physics/ Secondary Education (B.A.)*

Physics (B.S.)*

Physics with Specialization in Astrophysics (B.S.)*

Physics – Biophysics (B.S.)*

Physics with Specialization in Computational Physics (B.S.)*

Physics with Specialization in Earth Sciences (B.S.)*

Physics with Specialization in Materials Physics (B.S.)*

POLITICAL SCIENCE (B.A.)

Political Science (American Politics) (B.A.)

Political Science (Comparative Politics) (B.A.)

Political Science (Data Analytics) (B.S.)

Political Science (International Relations) (B.A.)

Political Science (Political Theory) (B.A.)

Political Science (Public Law) (B.A.)

Political Science (Public Policy) (B.A.)

PSYCHOLOGY

Psychology (B.A./B.S.)

Psychology with a Specialization in Clinical Psychology (B.S.)

Psychology with a Specialization in Cognitive Psychology (B.S.)

Psychology with a Specialization in Developmental Psychology (B.S.)

Psychology with a Specialization in Human Health (B.S.)

Psychology with a Specialization in Sensation and Perception (B.S.)

Psychology with a Specialization in Social Psychology (B.S.)

Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience (B.S.)

Business Psychology (B.S.)

PUBLIC HEALTH

See Family & Preventative Medicine

R

RELIGION, PROGRAM FOR THE STUDY OF

Study of Religion (B.A.)

RUSSIAN AND SOVIET STUDIES

Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies (B.A.)

S

SCRIPPS INSTITUTION OF OCEANOGRAPHY

Earth Sciences (B.S.)

Marine Biology (B.S.)

Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences (B.S.)

SOCIOLOGY (B.A.)

Sociology – International Studies (B.A.)

Sociology – American Studies (B.A.)

Sociology – Science and Medicine (B.A.)

Sociology – Economy and Society (B.A.)

Sociology – Culture and Communication (B.A.)

Sociology – Social Inequality (B.A.)

Sociology – Law and Society (B.A.)

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING (SE)

Structural Engineering (B.S.)*

Structural Engineering (B.S.)*

T

THEATRE AND DANCE

Dance (B.A.)**

Theatre (B.A.)**

THIRD WORLD STUDIES

Third World Studies (B.A.)

U

UNDECLARED

Undeclared – Humanities/Arts

Undeclared – Physical Sciences

Undeclared – Social Sciences

URBAN STUDIES AND PLANNING

Urban Studies and Planning (B.A.)

Real Estate and Development (B.S.)

V

VISUAL ARTS

Art History / Criticism (B.A.)

Interdisciplinary Computing and the Arts (B.A.)**

Media (B.A.)**

Speculative Design (B.A.)

Studio (B.A.)**



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