School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences

Major Department

Units required outside the dept./program

Units required within the dept./program

Total # of units

Notes/Special Requirements

Earth Systems

62-111

21

83-132

internship, senior capstone and project

Energy Resources Engineering

min. 76

min. 18

min. 112

Senior Project and Seminar (course)

Geological Sciences

6-8

52-66

58-74

Geoscience research, field training/capstone experience

Engineering Geology & Hydrogeology

55-81

19-31

85-101

-

Geophysics

27-45

24-42

69

Senior Seminar (course)

School of Engineering

Major Department

Units required outside the dept./program

Units required within the dept./program

Total # of units

Notes/Special Requirements

Aeronautics and Astronautics

50

65

112

Architectural Design

40

58

97

-

Atmosphere/Energy

48-50

49-51

97-101

-

Bioengineering

68

39

107

-

Biomechanical Engineering

48-50

40

90-94

Biomedical Computation

51-65

47-56

109-114

Two quarters guided research

Chemical Engineering

57-67

51

108-118

Civil Engineering

52-75

41-64

116

Capstone project

Computer Science

min. 30

min. 43

96-106

senior project

Electrical Engineering

40

60

100

EE191W only applies for Honors Thesis. EE191W may satisfy WIM only if it is a follow-up to an REU or independent study project, where a faculty agrees to provide supervision of writing a technical paper and with suitable support from the Writing Center.

Engineering Physics

min. 48

min. 45

min. 93

at least 45 units in Engineering Fundamentals, Depth and elective courses must be engineering units

Environmental Systems Engineering

44-78

52-20

96

Capstone course

Individually Designed Major

41

40

90-107

See advisor

Management Science and Engineering

57

53

110

Senior Project

Materials Science and Engineering

min. 43

min. 60

min 103

-

Mechanical Engineering

48-50

68

116

-

Product Design (Mechnical Engineering)

40

61

101

School of Humanities and Sciences

Major Department

Units required outside the dept./program

Units required within the dept./program

Total # of units

Notes/Special Requirements

African and African American Studies

50

10

60

AAAS thesis seminar

American Studies

60

Anthropology

-

65

65

course. Senior Capstone course. Method and Evidence Foreign Language requirement

Archaeology

45

20

65

foreign language 1st qtr. at 2nd-year level

Art History

-

65

65

library orientation, junior seminar

Art Practice (Studio)

-

65

65

Interdisciplinary art survey, advanced undergraduate seminar, library orientation

Asian American Studies

40

20

60

Comparative and Major-Core Curriculum, Methodology/Research, Interdisciplinary Breadth Requirement

Biology

33-47

55

88-102

Chemistry

20-39

47-68

82-101

The Biological Chemistry Concentration requires more units.

Chicana/o Studies

40

20

60

Comparative and Major-Core Curriculum, Methodology/Research Course, Senior Research, Interdisciplinary Breadth Requirement

Classics

-

-

60-65

majors seminar (course)

Communication

5

60

65

-

Comparative Literature

-

40

65

Core course,course,course,coursecourse; and 15 units of electives in COMPLIT

Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity

45

15

60

Comparative-Core Curriculum, Methodology/Research Course, Senior Research, Subplan Requirements, Interdisciplinary Breadth Requirement

East Asian Studies

~ 70 units minimum

~ 8 units minimum

78 units minimum

Capstone Course (course); overseas studies in an East Asian country for 1 qtr; Senior Essay or Honors Thesis

East Asian Studies, China Subplan

~ 45 units minimum

~ 25 units minimum

70 units mininum

3rd-yr language proficiency; capstone/honors

East Asian Studies, Japan Subplan

~ 45 units minimum

~ 20 units minimum

65 units minimum

3rd-yr language proficiency; capstone/honors

East Asian Studies, Korea Subplan

~ 33 units minimum

~ 26 units minimum

59 units minimum

3rd-yr language proficiency; capstone/honors

Economics

-

80

80

-

English

-

64

68-70

-

English w/ Creative Writing

-

73-75

73-75

dept. approval

English w/ Interdisciplinary Emphasis

15

58-60

73-75

dept. approval and interdisciplinary paper

English w/ Interdepartmental Emphasis

16-20

53-55

69-75

16-20 units in foreign lang. lit.; dept. approval

English w/ Philosophy

20-25

57-59

77-84

-

Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

45

18 core

63

Practicum

Film and Media Studies

-

60

60

library orientation, senior seminar

French

-

32

56

Capstone: any FRENCH 200 level. Oral Proficiency Interview OPI.

French and Philosophy

21-25

40-44

65

German

30-60

60

Gateway course: GERMAN 88; capstone; Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)

German and Philosophy

21-25

40-44

65

16 courses minimum; gateway course; capstone; Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)

History

-

63

63 units minimum for the major; 11-15 additional units for Honors.

2 from course-298 plus 1 from HISTORY 200-series

Human Biology (B.A.)

min. 6

min. 40

min. 81

Capstone

Human Biology (B.S.)

min. 6

min. 40

min. 81

Capstone

Iberian and Latin American Cultures

0

40

60

Gateway course (2 of 3): coursecoursecourse. Senior Seminar: course. Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)

International Relations

55-70

0-15

70

2 yr. foreign lang; Overseas studies 1 qtr.

Italian

32

56

Gateway course; course or equiv.; Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)

Italian and Philosophy

21-25

32

72

Gateway course; Capstone: ITALIAN 236E; course or equiv.; Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)

Jewish Studies (Individually Designed)

45

15

60

Comparative and Major-Core Curriculum, Methodology/Research Course, Senior Research, Interdisciplinary Breadth Requirement, Language Requirement

Linguistics

-

28

55

Additional courses counting toward the 55 unit requirement should form a coherent program of study, and specific courses must be approved by the Undergraduate Adviser.

Mathematical & Computational Science

-

-

76-89

Capstone course course

Mathematics

up to 15

49

min. 64

Math, CS Theory/Discrete Math Subplan

min. 18

min. 33

min. 64

Music

-

62

62

Core curriculum plus 20-unit concentration

Native American Studies

40

20

60

Comparative and Major-Core Curriculum, Methodology/Research Course, Senior Research, Interdisciplinary Breadth Requirement

Philosophy

-

55

55

course in 194 series

Philosophy, History and Philosophy of Science subplan

12

49

61

Gateway course; 194

Philosophy and Literature

min. 15

min. 47

65

Gateway course; 194

Philosophy and Religious Studies

-

60

60

3 seminars; 20 units in each dept. + 20 advanced units from both depts.

Physics

21-24

56-60

77-84

-

Political Science

0-25

45-70

70

Introductory course course, and advanced seminar (200 or 300 level)

Psychology

-

60

70

-

Public Policy

25-54

25-68

min. 77

Religious Studies

-

60

60

introductory course, majors' seminar, senior essay or honors thesis, senior colloquium

Russian Language & Literature

0-10

46-56

56

1st- and 2nd- year Russian; Gateway course; capstone; language assessment

Russian Language, Culture, & History

12-20

36-39

56

1st- and 2nd- year Russian; Gateway course; capstone; language assessment

Russian Literature & Philosophy

21-25

40-44

67

1st- and 2nd- year Russian; Gateway course; capstone; language assessment

Science, Technology, & Society (B.A.)

68

8

min. 76

Gateway course; capstone

Science, Technology, & Society (B.S.)

68

8

min. 76

Gateway course: capstone

Slavic Languages and Literatures

-

-

56

Capstone: any SLAVIC 300-level course

Sociology

5-15

45-55

60

Spanish

0

35

60

Gateway course: coursecourse; Senior Seminar: course; Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)

Studio Art: See Art Practice (Studio)

Symbolic Systems

66-81

4

70-85

-

Theater and Performance Studies

-

60

60

Gateway course(s); capstone

Urban Studies

33

37

70

20 units in concentration; capstone courses