University of California Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, USA
	

Hochschulportrait

Die University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) wurde 1891 zunächst als Anna Blake School gegründet, 1909 zum Santa Barbara State Teachers College, schloss sich 1944 dem University of California-Verbund an und erhielt 1958 schließlich ihren heutigen Namen.

Sie ist sowohl bekannt für ihre exzellenten Forschungsleistungen als auch für ihre qualitativ hochwertige Lehre, in deren Rahmen Fähigkeiten wie Kreativität, eigenständiges Denken und kritisches Hinterfragen besonders gefördert werden sollen.

Die Universität besteht aus fünf Hauptcolleges in den Bereichen Creative Studies, Engineering, Letters and Science, Environmental Science and Management sowie Education. An den vielen Studiengängen, die aus dem Bereich Education stammen, kann man immer noch die Ursprünge als Teachers College erkennen. Am beliebtesten sind aber momentan die Fächer Biological Sciences, Economics und Psychology.

Alle Lehrkräfte, die zum festen Lehrkörper gehören, besitzen einen Doktortitel oder einen vergleichbaren Abschluss. Sechs von ihnen sind sogar Nobelpreisträger und wurden mit dem begehrten Nobelpreis ausgezeichnet.

Internationale Studenten können an der University of California Santa Barbara über College Contact unter anderem Auslandssemester oder Summer Sessions belegen und sich so für einen gewissen Zeitraum an dieser renommierten amerikanischen Universität einschreiben.

Fakten

Gründungsjahr: 1891

Hochschultyp: Staatliche Hochschule

Anzahl Studenten: Gesamt 22000 , 19100 Undergraduate, 2800 Postgraduate, International 900

Akkreditierungen:

  • WSCUC (WASC Senior Association of Schools and Colleges)

Studienjahr:

Das Studienjahr an der University of California Santa Barbara ist in drei Quarter unterteilt. Im Sommer werden außerdem Summer Sessions angeboten.

Studienprogramme

Kursverzeichnisse

Über die folgenden Links gelangt ihr zum Kurskatalog und ggf. Stundenplan dieser Hochschule. Während der Kurskatalog vor allem einen Gesamtüberblick der angebotenen Studiengänge und ihres Curriculums liefert, findet ihr im Stundenplan die in den einzelnen Semestern tatsächlich angebotenen Kurse. Für Fragen zum Kursangebot stehen wir euch natürlich immer gern zur Verfügung.

Campus

Die Lage der University of California Santa Barbara ist geradezu spektakulär: Ihr rund 400 Hektar großer Campus liegt etwa eine halbe Stunde außerhalb von Downtown Santa Barbara direkt am Pazifischen Ozean und ist an drei Seiten von Wasser umgeben. Die Universität besitzt daher sogar einen eigenen Strand und eine eigene Lagune. Das Gelände selbst ist sehr grün, weitläufig angelegt und von etlichen Radwegen durchzogen.

Mitten auf dem Campus befindet sich der gut 50 Meter hohe Storke Tower mit Aussichtsplattform, von der aus man den ganzen Campus überblicken kann. Er ist das höchste Gebäude im Santa Barbara County.

Da viele Studenten direkt auf dem Campus oder in der angrenzenden Gemeinde Isla Vista leben, gibt es an der UCSB ein sehr aktives Campusleben. Das University Center ist ein beliebter Treffpunkt. Hier gibt es einen Buchladen, Restaurants einen Konzertsaal und das „Multicultural Center“, in dem regelmäßig Vorträge, Filmabende, Lesungen und andere kulturelle Veranstaltungen stattfinden.


Wohnen

Internationale Studenten können während ihres Aufenthaltes an der University of California Santa Barbara entweder auf dem Campus oder in einer Unterkunft außerhalb leben.

Folgende Unterkunftsmöglichkeiten stehen zur Auswahl:

  • Studentenwohnheim
  • Apartment auf dem Campus
  • Private Apartments / Hotels

Die konkrete Verfügbarkeit der einzelnen Unterkunftsmöglichkeiten kann je nach Studienprogramm variieren. Detaillierte Informationen findet ihr über die Links oder in der "Gratisbroschüre" zum jeweiligen Programm. Für Fragen stehen wir euch gern zur Verfügung.

Die Hochschulstadt Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara wird auch als "Amerikanische Riviera" bezeichnet, denn neben ihrem mediterranen Klima bietet die zwischen den Ynez Mountains und dem Pazifik gelegene Stadt auch einen hohen Lebensstandard. Nicht zuletzt durch dieses warme Klima ist Santa Barbara zu einem der besten Weinanbaugebiete aufgestiegen. Entlang der State Street in Richtung Downtown gibt es Gelegenheit zum Shoppen, aber man kann sich auch kulturell beschäftigen und Theater, Konzerte und Museen besuchen.

Eine andere Art der Freizeitgestaltung bieten Nachtclubs, Restaurants oder Festivals; darüber hinaus lassen sich an den weiten Sandstränden und im Pazifik alle möglichen Arten von (Wasser-) Sport betreiben. Es gibt in der Stadt keine hoch gebauten Häuser, sondern lediglich elegante kleine Hotels und andere Gebäude, und fast jede Straße ist umrahmt von Palmen und blühenden Büschen.

Sehenswert ist außerdem El Presidio de Santa Barbara, ein alter mexikanisch-spanischer Stadtteil rund um die Festung Fernald Mansion. Jeden Sonntag findet außerdem die Arts and Crafts Show statt, bei der Künstler und Handwerker entlang des Cabrillo Boulevard ihre Fähigkeiten unter Beweis stellen.

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Studienprogramme

Beschreibung

Das Semesterprogramm UIP (University Immersion Program) an der University of California Santa Barbara ermöglicht seinen Teilnehmern für einen Zeitraum von ein bis drei Trimestern eine freie, trimester- und fachbereichsübergreifende Kursauswahl aus allen Universitätskursen der an der UCSB angebotenen Bachelor- und Masterstudiengänge.

Über die Aufnahme in die einzelnen Kurse entscheiden als letzte Instanz die Professoren vor Ort basierend auf den verfügbaren Plätzen in den Kursen und den individuellen Vorkenntnissen der Bewerber.

Betreut und verwaltet wird das Semesterprogramm durch die UC Santa Barbara Division of Professional and Continuing Education, da diese die meiste Erfahrung mit der Betreuung internationaler Studenten besitzt und auch - wenn erforderlich - unterstützende Sprachkurse anbieten kann.

Die UCSB bietet eine große Auswahl an Studiengängen aus vielen Fachrichtungen. Zu den beliebtesten Fächern gehören Business Economics, Psychology, English, Communication, Mechanical Engineering, Political Science, Biochemistry und History.


Gebühren

  • Winter Quarter 2019
    Tuition (Undergraduate)
    3000,00 USD
    Tuition (Graduate)
    2360,00 USD
    Program Fee
    1275,00 USD
    Student Services Fee
    920,00 USD
    Application Fee
    200,00 USD
  • Spring Quarter 2019
    Tuition (Undergraduate)
    3000,00 USD
    Tuition (Graduate)
    2360,00 USD
    Program Fee
    1275,00 USD
    Student Services Fee
    920,00 USD
    Application Fee
    200,00 USD
  • Summer Quarter 2018
    Tuition (Undergraduate)
    3000,00 USD
    Tuition (Graduate)
    2360,00 USD
    Program Fee
    1275,00 USD
    Student Services Fee
    920,00 USD
    Application Fee
    200,00 USD

In den Studiengebühren sind 12 Undergraduate- bzw. 8 Graduate Units enthalten


Finanzierungsmöglichkeiten

Wer mindestens zwei Trimester an der UC Santa Barbara studiert, kann einen Antrag auf Auslands-BAföG stellen. Im Falle einer Förderzusage wird Studierenden ein Teil der Studiengebühren erlassen, genauer gesagt, bis zu EUR 4600. Zur Förderung gehört auch ein Zuschlag zu den Reisekosten, den Lebenshaltungskosten und der Krankenversicherung.

Ein Stipendium kann das studentische Portemonnaie ebenfalls entlasten. College Contact vergibt regelmäßig fachbezogene Teilstipendien für ein Auslandssemester in Höhe von je EUR 1000.


Voraussetzungen

Bewerber für das Semesterprogramm der UCSB müssen das Abitur oder Fachabitur besitzen und ausreichend gute Englischkenntnisse nachweisen.

Dies geschieht in der Regel durch einen standardisierten Sprachtest wie den TOEFL oder IELTS. Alternativ kann ein DAAD Sprachzeugnis mit C1-Niveau eingereicht werden.

Wenn im TOEFL iBT die geforderte Mindestpunktzahl von 80 Punkten erreicht wird, das Ergebnis in einem oder mehreren Teilbereichen jedoch unter 20 Punkten liegt, kann die Bewerbung trotzdem akzeptiert werden. In diesen Fällen ist jedoch die parallele Belegung von Englischkursen in den zu niedrig bewerteten Teilbereichen während des ersten Trimesters an der UCSB verpflichtend. Gleiches gilt bei einem DAAD-Sprachzeugnis, in dem nicht in allen Teilbereichen C1-Niveau ausgewiesen wurde.

Die Englischkurse können je nach Wunsch entweder einen Teil der Unikurse ersetzen oder aber zusätzlich zu ihnen belegt werden. Im letzteren Fall erhöhen sich allerdings die Studiengebühren um die Kosten für die Englischkurse (ca. US$ 295-540).

Die Sprachkenntnisse können durch eines der folgenden Testergebnisse bzw. Dokumente nachgewiesen werden:

UndergraduatePostgraduate
DAAD SprachtestC1-NiveauC1-Niveau
IELTS6.5 (kein Bereich unter 6.0)6.5 (kein Bereich unter 6.0)
TOEFL (internet-based)80 (kein Bereich unter 20)80 (kein Bereich unter 20)

Der Sprachnachweis kann nicht nachgereicht werden.

 

Studiengänge/Kurse

Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

  • Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology - Biological Emphasis
  • Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology - Cultural Emphasis
  • Bachelor of Arts in Art
  • Bachelor of Arts in Art History
  • Bachelor of Arts in Art History - Architecture and Environment Emphasis
  • Bachelor of Arts in Asian American Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences
  • Bachelor of Arts in Biology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Black Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry
  • Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry / Biochemistry
  • Bachelor of Arts in Chicana and Chicano Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Chinese
  • Bachelor of Arts in Classics - Classical Archaeology Emphasis
  • Bachelor of Arts in Classics - Classical Language & Literature Emphasis
  • Bachelor of Arts in Classics - Greek & Roman Emphasis
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication
  • Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature - Foreign Language
  • Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature - Interdisciplinary
  • Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science - Computational Biology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science - Computational Economics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science - Computational Geography
  • Bachelor of Arts in Dance
  • Bachelor of Arts in Earth Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Economics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Economics & Accounting
  • Bachelor of Arts in Economics - Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Arts in English
  • Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Feminist Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Film and Media Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in French
  • Bachelor of Arts in Geography
  • Bachelor of Arts in Geography - Geographic Information Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in German
  • Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in History
  • Bachelor of Arts in History of Public Policy
  • Bachelor of Arts in Individual
  • Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Italian Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Japanese
  • Bachelor of Arts in Japanese - High Proficiency
  • Bachelor of Arts in Language, Culture & Society
  • Bachelor of Arts in Latin American and Iberian Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics - Chinese
  • Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics - English
  • Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics - French
  • Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics - German
  • Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics - Japanese
  • Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics - Slavic
  • Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics - Spanish
  • Bachelor of Arts in Literature
  • Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Medieval Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Middle East Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Music
  • Bachelor of Arts in Music - Composition
  • Bachelor of Arts in Music - Ethnomusicology Emphasis
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy - Core Philosophy,
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy - Ethics & Public Policy
  • Bachelor of Arts in Physics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science - Public Service
  • Bachelor of Arts in Portuguese
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Renaissance Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
  • Bachelor of Arts in Statistical Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Theater
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater - Acting
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Accompanying
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Bassoon
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Cello
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Clarinet
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Composition
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Double Bass
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Flute
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - French Horn
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Oboe
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Percussion
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Piano
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Trombone
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Trumpet
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Tuba
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Viola
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Violin
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Voice
  • Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Aquatic Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
  • Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry - Molecular Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology
  • Bachelor of Science in Cell and Developmental Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry / Biochemistry
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Earth Science - Climate & Environment
  • Bachelor of Science in Earth Science - Geohydrology
  • Bachelor of Science in Earth Science - Geology
  • Bachelor of Science in Earth Science - Geophysics
  • Bachelor of Science in Earth Science - Paleobiology
  • Bachelor of Science in Ecology and Evolution
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Financial Mathematics and Statistics
  • Bachelor of Science in Geography - Physical Geography
  • Bachelor of Science in Hydrologic Sciences and Policy - Biology and Ecology
  • Bachelor of Science in Hydrologic Sciences and Policy - Physical & Chemical Policy
  • Bachelor of Science in Hydrologic Sciences and Policy - Policy
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Microbiology
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacology
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Physiology
  • Bachelor of Science in Statistical Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Zoology
  • Minor in American Indian and Indigenous Studies
  • Minor in Anthropology
  • Minor in Art History
  • Minor in Asian American Studies
  • Minor in Astronomy and Planetary Science
  • Minor in Black Studies
  • Minor in Chemistry
  • Minor in Chinese
  • Minor in Classics
  • Minor in Comparative Literature
  • Minor in Earth Science
  • Minor in Education and Applied Psychology
  • Minor in English
  • Minor in Feminist Studies
  • Minor in French
  • Minor in German Studies
  • Minor in Global Peace and Security
  • Minor in History
  • Minor in Italian Studies
  • Minor in Japanese
  • Minor in Jewish Studies
  • Minor in Labor Studies
  • Minor in Latin American and Iberian Studies
  • Minor in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Studies
  • Minor in Linguistics
  • Minor in Mathematics
  • Minor in Mathematics and Science Education
  • Minor in Mathematics for High School Teaching
  • Minor in Music
  • Minor in Philosophy
  • Minor in Physics
  • Minor in Portuguese
  • Minor in Professional Writing
  • Minor in Russian
  • Minor in Sociocultural Linguistics
  • Minor in Spanish
  • Minor in Spatial Studies
  • Minor in Speech and Hearing Sciences
  • Minor in Statistical Science
  • Minor in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  • Minor in Theater
  • Minor in Theater - Production and Design
  • Minor in Women, Culture, and Development

Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

  • Master of Arts in Anthropology - Global Studies
  • Master of Arts in Anthropology - Human Development
  • Master of Arts in Anthropology - Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences
  • Master of Arts in Anthropology - Technology and Society
  • Master of Arts in Anthropology - Women´s Studies
  • Master of Arts in Applied Mathematics
  • Master of Arts in Art History
  • Master of Arts in Art History - Non-Western Art
  • Master of Arts in Asian Studies
  • Master of Arts in Asian Studies - East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies
  • Master of Arts in Chemistry
  • Master of Arts in Chicano Studies
  • Master of Arts in Classics - Ancient History
  • Master of Arts in Classics - Literature and Theory
  • Master of Arts in Communication
  • Master of Arts in Comparative Literature
  • Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology
  • Master of Arts in Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology
  • Master of Arts in Education - Child and Adolescent Development
  • Master of Arts in Education - Cultural Perspectives of Education
  • Master of Arts in Education - Educational Leadership and Organizations
  • Master of Arts in Education - Research Methodology
  • Master of Arts in Education - Special Education, Disabilities and Risk Studies
  • Master of Arts in Education - Teaching and Learning
  • Master of Arts in English
  • Master of Arts in Film and Media Studies
  • Master of Arts in French
  • Master of Arts in Geography
  • Master of Arts in Germanic Languages and Literatures
  • Master of Arts in Global and International Studies
  • Master of Arts in History
  • Master of Arts in Latin American and Iberian Studies
  • Master of Arts in Linguistics
  • Master of Arts in Mathematics
  • Master of Arts in Mathematics - Computational Science and Engineering
  • Master of Arts in Media Arts and Technology - Electronic Music and Sound Design
  • Master of Arts in Media Arts and Technology - Multimedia Engineering
  • Master of Arts in Media Arts and Technology - Visual and Spatial Arts
  • Master of Arts in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
  • Master of Arts in Music - Composition
  • Master of Arts in Music - Ethnomusicology
  • Master of Arts in Music - Musicology
  • Master of Arts in Music - Theory
  • Master of Arts in Philosophy
  • Master of Arts in Physics
  • Master of Arts in Political Science
  • Master of Arts in Portuguese
  • Master of Arts in Psychology
  • Master of Arts in Religious Studies
  • Master of Arts in Sociology
  • Master of Arts in Spanish
  • Master of Arts in Spanish and Portuguese
  • Master of Arts in Speech and Hearing Sciences
  • Master of Arts in Statistics
  • Master of Arts in Theater
  • Master of Education in School Psychology
  • Master of Education in Teaching
  • Master of Environmental Science and Management
  • Master of Fine Arts in Art Studio
  • Master of Music in Conducting
  • Master of Music in Keyboard
  • Master of Music in Piano Accompanying
  • Master of Music in Strings
  • Master of Music in Voice
  • Master of Music in Woodwinds and Brass
  • Master of Science in Biochemistry - Molecular Biology
  • Master of Science in Chemical Engineering
  • Master of Science in Chemical Engineering - Computational Science and Engineering
  • Master of Science in Chemistry
  • Master of Science in Computer Science
  • Master of Science in Computer Science - Computational Science and Engineering
  • Master of Science in Computer Science - Technology & Society
  • Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering - Communications, Control, and Signal Processing
  • Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering - Computer Engineering
  • Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering - Electronics and Photonics
  • Master of Science in Geological Sciences
  • Master of Science in Geological Sciences - Computational Science and Engineering
  • Master of Science in Geophysics
  • Master of Science in Marine Science
  • Master of Science in Materials
  • Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering - Computational Science and Engineering
  • Master of Science in Media Arts and Technology - Multimedia Engineering

Beschreibung

Die UC Santa Barbara hat während des Sommers die so genannten Summer Sessions im Programm.

Die Summer Sessions sind reguläre Universitätskurse, die sowohl für amerikanische als auch für internationale Studenten angeboten werden und den Lehrstoff der Kurse des Semesters in einem etwa sechswöchigen kompakten Kurs zusammenfassen. So können Kurse aus fast allen Fachbereichen gewählt werden, die auch während des Semesters stattfinden.


Gebühren

Weitere Informationen zu den Studiengebühren bietet der folgende Link:


Voraussetzungen

Bewerber für die Summer Sessions an der UCSB müssen das Abitur oder Fachabitur besitzen und ausreichend gute Englischkenntnisse nachweisen.

Dies geschieht in der Regel durch einen standardisierten Sprachtest wie den TOEFL oder IELTS.

Wenn im TOEFL iBT die geforderte Mindestpunktzahl von 80 Punkten erreicht wird, das Ergebnis in einem oder mehreren Teilbereichen jedoch unter 20 Punkten liegt, kann die Bewerbung trotzdem akzeptiert werden. In diesen Fällen ist jedoch die parallele Belegung von Englischkursen in den zu niedrig bewerteten Teilbereichen an der UCSB verpflichtend.

Die Englischkurse können je nach Wunsch entweder einen Teil der Unikurse ersetzen oder aber zusätzlich zu ihnen belegt werden. Im letzteren Fall erhöhen sich allerdings die Studiengebühren um die Kosten für die Englischkurse (ca. US$ 295-540).

Die Sprachkenntnisse können durch eines der folgenden Testergebnisse bzw. Dokumente nachgewiesen werden:

Undergraduate
IELTS6.5
TOEFL (internet-based)80

Der Sprachnachweis kann nicht nachgereicht werden.

 

Studiengänge/Kurse

Session A (25.06.2018 - 04.08.2018) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Anthropology ANTH 109 Human Universals
Anthropology ANTH 111 The Anthropology of Food
Anthropology ANTH 125 Anthropology of Gender
Anthropology ANTH 131 North American Indians
Anthropology ANTH 138TS Archaeology of Egypt
Anthropology ANTH 171 Evolutionary Medicine
Anthropology ANTH 2 Introductory Cultural Anthropology
Art ART 10 Introduction to Painting
Art ART 130 Visual Arts as Culture
Art ART 18 Lower Division Drawing
Art ART 1A Visual Literacy
Asian American Studies AS AM 100CC Filipino Americans
Asian American Studies AS AM 100FF South Asian Americans
Asian American Studies AS AM 157 Asian Americans and Education
Asian American Studies AS AM 2 American Migration Since 1965: Asians and others in the United States
Asian American Studies AS AM 5 Introduction to Asian American Literature
Black Studies BL ST 1 Introduction to African-American Studies
Black Studies BL ST 126 Comparative Black Literature
Black Studies BL ST 133 Gender and Sexuality in Black Studies
Black Studies BL ST 143 Hip-Hop
Chemistry and Biochemistry CHEM 173A Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Chicano/a Studies CH ST 149 Body, Culture, and Power
Chicano/a Studies CH ST 168B History of the Chicano
Chicano/a Studies CH ST 178A Global Migration, Transnationalism in Chicana/o Contexts
Chicano/a Studies CH ST 180 Survey of Chicano Literature
Chicano/a Studies CH ST 183 Border Narrative
Chicano/a Studies CH ST 189 Immigration and the U.S. Border
Chicano/a Studies CH ST 1A Introduction to Chicano/a Studies: History
Chicano/a Studies CH ST 1B Introduction to Chicano/a Studies: Gender
Chicano/a Studies CH ST 1C Introduction to Chicano/a Studies
Classics CLASS 40 Greek Mythology
Communication COMM 111 Nonverbal Communication in Human Interaction
Communication COMM 117 Persuasion
Communication COMM 178 Dark Side of Interpersonal Communication
Communication COMM 88 Communication Research Methods
Communication COMM 89 Theories of Communication
Comparative Literature C LIT 128A Children's Literature
Comparative Literature C LIT 170 The Art of Translation
Comparative Literature C LIT 27 Memory: Bridging the Humanities and Neuroscience
Comparative Literature C LIT 30A Major Works in European Literature
Comparative Literature C LIT 32 Major Works of Middle Eastern Literatures
Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology CNCSP 101 Helping Relationships: Theory and Practice
Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology CNCSP 102 Research in Applied Psychology
Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology CNCSP 110 Introduction to Educational and Vocational Guidance
Earth Science EARTH 118 Summer Field Geology
Earth Science EARTH 2 Principles of Physical Geology
Earth Science EARTH 4 Introduction to Oceanography
Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology EEMB 118 Entomology
Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology EEMB 120 Introduction to Ecology
Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology EEMB 127 Plant Biology and Biodiversity
Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology EEMB 146 Biometry
Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology EEMB 156 Biology of Reproduction
Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology EEMB 170 Biology of the Marine-Land Interface
Economics ECON 100B Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Economics ECON 118 Financial Accounting Analysis and Planning
Economics ECON 136C Intermediate Accounting
Economics ECON 2 Principles of Economics-Macro
Economics ECON 3A Financial Accounting
Education ED 117M Motivation and Learning for Academic Success
Education ED 123 Culture, Development, and Education
Education ED 125 Schooling in the U.S.
Education ED 228A Learners with Severe Disabilities: Skills Instruction
Education ED 228B Learners with Severe Disabilities: Communication
Engineering Science ENGR 101 Ethics in Engineering
English ENGL 10 Introduction to Literary Study
English ENGL 101 English Literature from the Medieval Period to 1650
English ENGL 102 English and American Literature from 1650-1789
English ENGL 104A American Literature from 1900 to Present
English ENGL 122CC Cultural Representations - Rhetoric of Climate Change
English ENGL 134AA Studies in the Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States: Asian American Literature
English ENGL 15 Introduction to Shakespeare
English ENGL 192 Science Fiction
English ENGL 38B Introduction to African-American Literature (Part II)
English ENGL 50 Introduction to U.S. Minority Literature
English for Multilingual Students LING 12 EMS: Approaches to University Writing for Multilingual Students
Environmental Studies ENV S 1 Introduction to Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies ENV S 115 Energy and the Environment
Environmental Studies ENV S 130A Coupled Human and Natural Systems: Risks, Vulnerability, Resilience
Environmental Studies ENV S 132 Human Behavior and Global Environment
Environmental Studies ENV S 160 American Environmental Literature
Environmental Studies ENV S 188 The Ethics of Human-Environment Relations
Environmental Studies ENV S 193GB Green Building Design & Operations
Feminist Studies FEMST 120 Women's Labors
Feminist Studies FEMST 80 Introduction to LGBTQ Studies
Film and Media Studies FAMST 104 Production Technology
Film and Media Studies FAMST 109EM Topics in Film Production: Environment Media, Part A
Film and Media Studies FAMST 115 Sound Production
Film and Media Studies FAMST 182 Introduction to Environmental Media
Film and Media Studies FAMST 188A Basic Screenwriting
Film and Media Studies FAMST 192FT Topics in Film and Media Theory: Classical Film Theory
Film and Media Studies FAMST 46 Introduction to Cinema
Film and Media Studies FAMST 96 Advanced Film Analysis
French and Italian FR 153D Fantasy and the Fantastic
French and Italian ITAL 20X Introduction to Italian Culture
Geography GEOG 165 Waves and Tides in the Ocean
Geography GEOG 3A Oceans and Atmosphere
Geography GEOG W 8 Living with Global Warming ONLINE
Global Studies GLOBL 1 Global History, Culture and Ideology
History HIST 123B Europe in War and Revolution
History HIST 135C History of Russia
History HIST 146 History of the Modern Middle East
History HIST 159B Women in American History
History HIST 164IB American Immigration
History HIST 17C The American People (World War I to the Present)
History HIST 4C Western Civilization (1715 CE to Present)
History HIST 5 The History of the Present
History of Art and Architecture ARTHI 136I The City in History
History of Art and Architecture ARTHI 148A Contemporary Art History: 1960-2000
History of Art and Architecture ARTHI 6A Art Survey I: Ancient Medieval Art
History of Art and Architecture ARTHI 6E Survey: Arts of Africa, Oceania, and Native North America
History of Art and Architecture ARTHI 6F Survey: Architecture and Planning
Linguistics LING 70 Language in Society
Mathematics MATH 104A Introduction Into Numerical Analysis
Mathematics MATH 117 Methods of Analysis
Mathematics MATH 119A Ordinary Differential Equations
Mathematics MATH 122A Introduction to Theory of Complex Variables
Mathematics MATH 124A Partial Dierential Equations
Mathematics MATH 34A Calculus for Social and Life Sciences
Mathematics MATH 34B Calculus for Social and Life Sciences
Mathematics MATH 3A Calculus with Applications, First Course
Mathematics MATH 3B Calculus with Applications, Second Course
Mathematics MATH 4A Linear Algebra with Applications
Mathematics MATH 4B Differential Equations
Mathematics MATH 6A Vector Calculus with Applications, First Course
Mathematics MATH 6B Vector Calculus with Applications, Second Course
Mechanical Engineering ME 14 Statics
Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology MCDB 101A Molecular Genetics I: Prokaryotes
Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology MCDB 1A Introductory Biology I
Music MUS 11 Fundamentals of Music
Music MUS 114 Music and Popular Culture in America
Music MUS 15 Music Appreciation
Music MUS 17 World Music
Office of Summer Sessions INT 91 Aquatic Science
Philosophy PHIL 1 Short Introduction to Philosophy
Philosophy PHIL 100D Philosophy of Mind
Philosophy PHIL 112 Philosophy of Religion
Philosophy PHIL 180 Philosophical Psychology
Physics PHYS 101 Complex Variables
Physics PHYS 103 Intermediate Mechanics
Physics PHYS 115C Quantum Mechanics
Physics PHYS 6A Introductory Physics
Physics PHYS 6AL Introductory Experimental Physics
Physics PHYS 6C Introductory Physics
Physics PHYS 6CL Introductory Experimental Physics
Political Science POL S 1 Introduction to Political Philosophy
Political Science POL S 106RP Special Topics in Political Science
Political Science POL S 124 International Organization
Political Science POL S 151 Voting and Elections
Political Science POL S 158 Power in Washington
Political Science POL S 173 Media and Politics in Comparative and Historical Perspective
Political Science POL S 6 Introduction to Comparative Politics
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 102 Introduction to Social Psychology
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 105 Developmental Psychology
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 108 Introduction to Cognitive Psychology
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 10A Research Methods in Psychology
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 111 Basic Concepts in Biopsychology
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 124 Educational Psychology
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 145 Cognitive Science of Supernatural Concepts
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 146 Psychology of Human Mating
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 149 Social Psychology of Close Relationships
Religious Studies RG ST 1 Introduction to the Study of Religion
Religious Studies RG ST 12 Religious Approaches to Death
Religious Studies RG ST 133B From Superman to Spiegelman: The Jewish Graphic Novel
Religious Studies RG ST 21 Zen Buddhism
Religious Studies RG ST 25 Global Catholicism Today
Religious Studies RG ST 3 Introduction to Asian Religious
Religious Studies RG ST 31 The Religions of Tibet
Religious Studies RG ST 4 Introduction to Buddhism
Religious Studies RG ST 7 Introduction to American Religion
Sociology SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology
Sociology SOC 108C Methods of Cultural Analysis
Sociology SOC 134 Social Movements
Sociology SOC 142 Socialization, Self-Actualization, and Creativity
Sociology SOC 145 Social Inequalities
Sociology SOC 152A Sociology of Human Sexuality
Sociology SOC 155W Chicanas and Mexican Women in Contemporary Society
Sociology SOC 173R Sociology of Human Rights
Sociology SOC 185G Theories of Gender and Inequality
Spanish and Portuguese PORT 16A Portuguese for Speakers of Romance Languages
Spanish and Portuguese SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish
Spanish and Portuguese SPAN 135 Survey of Chicano Literature
Spanish and Portuguese SPAN 2 Elementary Spanish
Spanish and Portuguese SPAN 3 Elementary Spanish
Spanish and Portuguese SPAN 30 Introduction to Hispanic Literature
Spanish and Portuguese SPAN 4 Intermediate Spanish I
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 109 Statistics for Economics
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 120A Probability and Statistics
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 120B Probability and Statistics
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 130 SAS Base Programming
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 171 Mathematics of Fixed Income Markets
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 5A Statistics
Technology Management TMP 120 Business Strategy and Leadership Skills
Technology Management TMP 122 Entrepreneurship
Theater and Dance DANCE 147S Ballet III (Summer)
Theater and Dance DANCE 156S Advanced Modern Dance
Theater and Dance DANCE 194 Group Studies in Dance
Theater and Dance DANCE 51 Improvisation
Theater and Dance THTR 143 The People's Voice
Theater and Dance THTR 194A Group Studies in Acting and Directing
Theater and Dance THTR 2A Performance in Global Contexts: Africa and the Caribbean
Theater and Dance THTR 5 Introduction To Acting
Writing Program WRIT 105C Writing Creative Nonfiction
Writing Program WRIT 105G Grammar and Stylistics
Writing Program WRIT 105M Multimedia Writing
Writing Program WRIT 105PD Writing and Public Discourse
Writing Program WRIT 105R Rhetoric and Writing
Writing Program WRIT 105WE Writing and Ethics
Writing Program WRIT 107B Business and Administrative Writing
Writing Program WRIT 107WC Writing Web Content
Writing Program WRIT 109F Writing About Film
Writing Program WRIT 109HP Writing for Health Professionals
Writing Program WRIT 109SS Writing for the Social Sciences
Writing Program WRIT 2 Academic Writing
Writing Program WRIT 50 Writing and the Research Process

Session C (25.06.2018 - 01.09.2018) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Chemistry and Biochemistry CHEM 109A Organic Chemistry
Chemistry and Biochemistry CHEM 109C Organic Chemistry
Chemistry and Biochemistry CHEM 1B General Chemistry
Chemistry and Biochemistry CHEM 1C General Chemistry
Computer Science CMPSC 16 Problem Solving with Computers I
Mathematics MATH 8 Transition to Higher Mathematics
Physics PHYS 127AL Analog Electronics
Physics PHYS 128AL Advanced Experimental Physics
Technology Management TMP 124 Entrepreneurial Marketing

Session D (25.06.2018 - 14.07.2018) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Chicano/a Studies CH ST 103 Chicana/o and Latina/o Media and Popular Culture
Communication COMM 152 Communication & Organizational Membership
Communication COMM 166 Marketing Communication
Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology CNCSP 111 Identity and Pluralism
Earth Science EARTH 119 Field Investigations in Geology
East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies JAPAN 1 First-Year Japanese I
East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies KOR 1 First Year Korean
Education ED 291 Professional Issues in Severe Developmental Disabilities
Environmental Studies ENV S 193BH Marine Conservation
French and Italian FR 1 Elementary French
French and Italian ITAL 1 Elementary Italian
Germanic and Slavic Studies GER 1 Elementary German
Mathematics MATH 100A Mathematics for Elementary Teaching, I
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 10 Introduction to Computing for Data Science

Session E (16.07.2018 - 04.08.2018) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Communication COMM 123 Cultural Influences on Communication
East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies JAPAN 2 First-Year Japanese II
East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies KOR 2 First Year Korean
French and Italian FR 2 Elementary French
French and Italian ITAL 2 Elementary Italian
Germanic and Slavic Studies GER 2 Elementary German
Mathematics MATH 100B Mathematics for Elementary Teaching, II

Session B (06.08.2018 - 15.09.2018) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Anthropology ANTH 113 Indigenous Peoples
Anthropology ANTH 142 Peoples and Cultures of India
Anthropology ANTH 148A Comparative Ethnicity
Anthropology ANTH 162 Prehistoric Food Production
Anthropology ANTH 2 Introductory Cultural Anthropology
Anthropology ANTH 3SS Introduction to Archaeology
Anthropology ANTH 5 Introductory Biological Anthropology
Anthropology ANTH 7 Introductory Biosocial Anthropology
Art ART 100 Intermediate Contemporary Painting Issues
Art ART 117 Intermediate Drawing
Art ART 125 Art Since 1950
Art ART 18 Lower Division Drawing
Asian American Studies AS AM 1 Introduction to Asian American History, 1850-Present
Asian Languages and Cultural Studies EACS 4B East Asian Traditions: Modern
Asian Languages and Cultural Studies JAPAN 165 Popular Culture in Japan
Black Studies BL ST 3 Introduction to African Studies
Chemistry and Biochemistry CHEM 150 Analytical Chemistry
Chicano/a Studies CH ST 171 The Brown/Black Metropolis: Race, Class, and Resistance in the City
Classics CLASS 20B The Romans
Classics CLASS 40 Greek Mythology
Classics CLASS 60 Science and Medicine in Ancient Greece
Communication COMM 1 Introduction to Communication
Communication COMM 107 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
Communication COMM 124 Family Communication
Communication COMM 145 Media Entertainment
Communication COMM 179 Music Communication
Communication COMM 88 Communication Research Methods
Communication COMM 89 Theories of Communication
Comparative Literature C LIT 113 Trauma, Memory, Historiography
Comparative Literature C LIT 30B Major Works in European Literature
Comparative Literature C LIT 30C Major Works in European Literature
Comparative Literature C LIT 31 Major Works of Asian Literatures
Computer Science CMPSC 138 Automata and Formal Language
Computer Science CMPSC 4 Computer Science Boot Camp
Computer Science CMPSC 40 Foundations of Computer Science
Computer Science CMPSC 56 Advanced Applications Programming
Computer Science CMPSC 8 Introduction to Computer Science
Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology CNCSP 101 Helping Relationships: Theory and Practice
Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology CNCSP 102 Research in Applied Psychology
Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology CNCSP 112 Positive Psychology Across the Lifespan
Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology CNCSP 114 Psychology of Gender
Earth Science EARTH 10 Antarctica
Earth Science EARTH 123 The Solar System
Earth Science EARTH 7 Dinosaurs
Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology EEMB 102 Macroevolution: Biodiversity in Deep Time
Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology EEMB 159 Tropical Ecology
Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology EEMB 2 Introductory Biology II-Ecology and Evolution
Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology EEMB 40 Ecology of Disease
Economics ECON 101 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
Economics ECON 10A Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Economics ECON 114B Economic Development
Economics ECON 134A Financial Management
Economics ECON 140A Introduction to Econometrics
Economics ECON 3B Financial Accounting
Education ED 111 Introduction to Child and Adolescent Development
Education ED 117M Motivation and Learning for Academic Success
Education ED 123 Culture, Development, and Education
Education ED 125 Schooling in the U.S.
Education ED 130 CalTeach, Secondary Mathematics Education
Engineering Science ENGR 101 Ethics in Engineering
Engineering Science ENGR W 3 Introduction to Programming
English ENGL 10 Introduction to Literary Study
English ENGL 103B British Literature from 1789 to 1900
English ENGL 15 Introduction to Shakespeare
English ENGL 184 Modern European Literature
English ENGL 189 Contemporary Literature
English ENGL 192 Science Fiction
English ENGL 193 Detective Fiction
English ENGL 50 Introduction to U.S. Minority Literature
English for Multilingual Students LING 12 EMS: Approaches to University Writing for Multilingual Students
Environmental Studies ENV S 100 Environmental Ecology
Environmental Studies ENV S 183 Films of the Natural and Human Environment
Environmental Studies ENV S 2 Introduction to Environmental Science
Environmental Studies ENV S 3 Introduction to the Social and Cultural Environment
Feminist Studies FEMST 60 Women of Color: Race, Class and Ethnicity
Film and Media Studies FAMST 187CN Topics in Film and Television Analysis
Film and Media Studies FAMST 188A Basic Screenwriting
Film and Media Studies FAMST 192CT Topics in Film and Media Theory: Contemporary Theory
Film and Media Studies FAMST 46 Introduction to Cinema
Film and Media Studies FAMST 70 Media Criticism
French and Italian FR 154F Time Off in Paris!
Geography GEOG 145 Society and Hazards
Geography GEOG 176A Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Geography GEOG 3B Land, Water and Life
Geography GEOG 5 People, Place, and Environment
Geography GEOG W 12 Maps and Spatial Reasoning
History HIST 117A Towns, Trade, and Urban Culture in the Middle Ages
History HIST 123C Europe Since Hitler
History HIST 172B Politics and Public Policy in the United States
History HIST 174C Wealth and Poverty in America
History HIST 177 History of California
History HIST 2A World History (Prehistory to 1000 CE)
History HIST 2C World History (1700 CE to Present)
History HIST 46 Survey of Middle Eastern History
History HIST 4B Western Civilization (1050 CE to 1715 CE)
History HIST 8 Introduction to History of Latin America
History of Art and Architecture ARTHI 117F Impressionism and Post-Impressionism
History of Art and Architecture ARTHI 5B Introduction to Museum Studies
History of Art and Architecture ARTHI 6B Art Survey II: Renaissance Baroque Art
History of Art and Architecture ARTHI 6C Art Survey III: Modern Contemporary Art
L&S/Undergraduate Education INT 35LT Experiencing Shakespeare
Latin American and Iberian Studies LAIS 101 Interdisciplinary Approaches to the History and Societies of Latin America
Linguistics LING 106 Introduction to Phonetics
Linguistics LING 20 Language And Linguistics
Mathematics MATH 104B Numerical Analysis
Mathematics MATH 117 Methods of Analysis
Mathematics MATH 122B Introduction to Theory of Complex Variables
Mathematics MATH 124B Fourier Series and Numerical Methods
Mathematics MATH 34A Calculus for Social and Life Sciences
Mathematics MATH 34B Calculus for Social and Life Sciences
Mathematics MATH 3A Calculus with Applications, First Course
Mathematics MATH 3B Calculus with Applications, Second Course
Mathematics MATH 4A Linear Algebra with Applications
Mathematics MATH 4B Differential Equations
Mathematics MATH 6A Vector Calculus with Applications, First Course
Mathematics MATH 6B Vector Calculus with Applications, Second Course
Mechanical Engineering ME 125MS Special Topics: Advanced CAD
Mechanical Engineering ME 15 Strength of Materials
Mechanical Engineering ME 16 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics
Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology MCDB 101B Molecular Genetics II: Eukaryotes
Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology MCDB 111 Human Physiology
Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology MCDB 1B Introductory Biology II-Physiology
Music MUS 11 Fundamentals of Music
Music MUS 114 Music and Popular Culture in America
Music MUS 15 Music Appreciation
Philosophy PHIL 100B Theory of Knowledge
Philosophy PHIL 145 Punishment and Responsibility
Philosophy PHIL 3 Critical Thinking
Philosophy PHIL 4 Introduction to Ethics
Physics ASTRO 1 Basic Astronomy
Physics PHYS 103 Intermediate Mechanics
Physics PHYS 104 Advanced Mechanics
Physics PHYS 110A Electromagnetism
Physics PHYS 115A Quantum Mechanics
Physics PHYS 119A Thermal and Statistical Physics
Physics PHYS 2 Basic Physics
Physics PHYS 6B Introductory Physics
Physics PHYS 6BL Introductory Experimental Physics
Political Science POL S 12 American Government and Politics
Political Science POL S 146 Globalization and Politics
Political Science POL S 166 US Immigration Politics and Policy
Political Science POL S 188 Modern Political Theory
Political Science POL S 7 Introduction to International Relations
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 1 Introduction to Psychology
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 102 Introduction to Social Psychology
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 105 Developmental Psychology
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 106 Brain and Behavior
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 10B Statistical Methods in Psychology
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 123 Cognitive Neuroscience
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 137 Behavioral Endocrinology
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 148 The Psychology of Self
Psychological and Brain Sciences PSY 155 Evolution and Cognition
Religious Studies MES 45 Introduction to Middle East Studies
Religious Studies RG ST 1 Introduction to the Study of Religion
Religious Studies RG ST 113 Religion and Film
Religious Studies RG ST 4 Introduction to Buddhism
Religious Studies RG ST 5 Introduction to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Religious Studies RG ST 6 Islam and Modernity
Sociology SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology
Sociology SOC 108C Methods of Cultural Analysis
Sociology SOC 130SG Sociology of Globalization
Sociology SOC 139RN Special Topics in Race, Ethnicity, and Nation
Sociology SOC 144LI Latinas/os and Immigration
Sociology SOC 153 Women and Work
Sociology SOC 170 Sociology of Deviant Behavior
Sociology SOC 185E Introduction to Ethnomethodology
Spanish and Portuguese PORT 16B Portuguese for Spanish Speakers
Spanish and Portuguese SPAN 115 Introduction to Translation I
Spanish and Portuguese SPAN 177 Spanish-American Thought
Spanish and Portuguese SPAN 2 Elementary Spanish
Spanish and Portuguese SPAN 3 Elementary Spanish
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 10 Introduction to Computing for Data Science
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 109 Statistics for Economics
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 120B Probability and Statistics
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 120C Probability and Statistics
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 126 Regression Analysis
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 5A Statistics
Theater and Dance DANCE 147S Ballet III (Summer)
Theater and Dance DANCE 156S Advanced Modern Dance
Theater and Dance DANCE 50 Fundamentals of Choreography
Theater and Dance THTR 5 Introduction To Acting
Writing Program WRIT 1 Approaches to University Writing
Writing Program WRIT 105PS Writing for Public Speaking
Writing Program WRIT 107B Business and Administrative Writing
Writing Program WRIT 107J Journalism and News Writing
Writing Program WRIT 107M Magazine Writing for Publication
Writing Program WRIT 109F Writing About Film
Writing Program WRIT 109SS Writing for the Social Sciences
Writing Program WRIT 2 Academic Writing

Session F (06.08.2018 - 25.08.2018) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Communication COMM 121 Communication and Conflict
Communication COMM 151 Relational Communication
East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies CHIN 103 Reading and Writing in Chinese
East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies JAPAN 3 First-Year Japanese III
East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies KOR 3 First Year Korean
Film and Media Studies FAMST 109EP Special Topics in Film Production: Environmental Media, Part B
French and Italian FR 3 Elementary French
French and Italian ITAL 3 Elementary Italian
Germanic and Slavic Studies GER 3 Elementary German
Statistics and Applied Probability PSTAT 130 SAS Base Programming
Theater and Dance THTR 144A Shakespeare Production

Session G (27.08.2018 - 15.09.2018) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Communication COMM 133 Media and Children
Communication COMM 154 Video Game Research
Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology CNCSP 115 College Student Peer Helping and Leadership
Economics ECON 135 Monetary Economics
Theater and Dance THTR 144B Shakespeare Production
Theater and Dance THTR 146 Launch Pad

Beschreibung

Die UCSB Professional and Continuing Education bietet ab dem Herbstsemester 2018 ganz neue Professional Certificate Programme an. Diese Weiterbildungen dauern zwei bis drei Quarter und decken mindestens 12 Units ab. Sie sind besonders auf die Praxis ausgerichtet und werden von Fachexperten unterrichtet.

Das Weiterbildungsprogramm gibt es in den Bereichen Business LeadershipMarketing, Projektmanagement, Leadership and Advocacy, Technology Management und Web Development.


Gebühren

Informationen zu den Studiengebühren der Professional Certificate Programme findet ihr unter folgendem Link:


Voraussetzungen

Für die Teilnahme am Professional Certificate Programme ist kein Bachelor-Abschluss notwendig.

Allerdings sind ausreichend gute Englischkenntnisse anhand eines standardisierten Sprachtests wie dem TOEFL oder dem IELTS nachzuweisen.

Die Sprachkenntnisse können durch eines der folgenden Testergebnisse bzw. Dokumente nachgewiesen werden:

Sonstige
IELTS6.5
TOEFL (internet-based)80
TOEFL (paper-based)600

 

Studiengänge/Kurse

Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch

  • Applied Project Management (16 Units)
  • Business Law & Social Responsibility (12 Units)
  • Business Leadership Essentials (12 Units)
  • Digital Marketing (12 Units)

Beschreibung

An der University of California Santa Barbara wird für internationale Studenten das sogenannte Intensive English Language Training angeboten.

Die Teilnehmer werden in dem sechswöchigen Sprachkurs in allen sprachlichen Belangen geschult. Das beinhaltet die Bereiche Lesen, akademisches Schreiben, Sprechen, Präsentationen halten und Verstehen der englischen Sprache.


Gebühren

Nähere Informationen der Gebühren für den Sprachkurs bietet der folgende Link.


Voraussetzungen

Für die Teilnahme an dem Sprachkurs müssen Bewerber bereits mittlere bis gute Englischkenntnisse vorweisen können, die dem Sprachniveau B1 / B2 nach dem Common European Framework of References for Languages (CEFR) entsprechen. Die Sprachkenntnisse lassen sich durch eine Mindespunktzahl in einem standardisierten Sprachtest wie dem TOEFL oder IELTS nachweisen.

Wer anschließend ein Studium beginnen möchte, braucht dafür die notwendigen akademischen Voraussetzungen wie das Abitur.

Die Sprachkenntnisse können durch eines der folgenden Testergebnisse bzw. Dokumente nachgewiesen werden:

Sonstige
CEFRB1 / B2
IELTS6.0
TOEFL (internet-based)60

 

Sprachkurse

Studienvorbereitender Kurs

Kurstitel Sprache Dauer in Wochen
Intensive English Language Training Englisch 6