The University of California, Riverside General Catalog includes descriptions, degree requirements, and other important information about the many academic programs available at UC Riverside, as well as general information about the UCR campus and student life. The CNAS Enrolment Management Centre plans and manages enrolment in biochemistry courses at the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences (CNAS); biology; botany and plant sciences; cell biology and neuroscience; cellular, molecular and developmental biology; chemistry; entomology; Environmental Sciences; environmental toxicology; the evolution, ecology and biology of organisms; genetics, genomics and bioinformatics; Geological Sciences; mathematics; microbiology; Nematology; neuroscience; physics; plant pathology; and statistics. Welcome to the UCR Major Preparation Guide. The Major Preparation Guide describes the selection of the most important requirements that must be met for your desired major. Not all majors are listed in this guide, for major agreements that are not listed, please refer to ASSIST.org 2019-2020 agreements. CNAS offers B.A. and B.S. degrees in biology. Both programs are based on the belief that a broad basic education in biology and natural sciences, as well as a degree in humanities and social sciences, are fundamental to the training of a biologist. Degrees differ only in that the B.A. requires 16 units of a foreign language, while the B.S. requires an additional 16 units in content courses in biology or related fields.
Due to the diversity within biology and the wide range of career opportunities, considerable leeway is left in the selection of higher division biology courses for the 36 units required for the major. Usually, most of the 36 required units of the upper division are selected from the courses offered by the Department of Biology. With the consultant`s approval, some courses in other departments (e.g., biochemistry, cell biology, and neuroscience) may be counted as biology courses to meet the requirements of the higher division. The UCR will continue to consider 2019-2020 price-to-price articulation data on ASSIST.org. ASSIST.org should be referenced with the Principals Preparation Guide to ensure that you meet key selection requirements. Entomology, B.A/B.S.Environmental Engineering, B.S.Environmental Sciences, B.A/B.S.Geology, B.S.Geophysics, B.S.Materials Science and Engineering, B.S.Mathematics, B.A/B.S.Mathematics for Secondary School Teachers, B.S.Mechanical Engineering, B.S.Microbiology, B.S.Neurosciences, B.A/B.S.Psychology, B.A. and B.S.Physics, B.A/B.S.Plant Biology, B.A/B.S.Statistics, B.A./B.S. Prior to transfer, a minimum grade of “C” is required for all major specific courses, with the exception of * Organic Chemistry (of which “B” must be required). Biochemistry, B.A.
/B.S.Bioengineering, B.S.Biology, B.A. /B.S.Business Administration, B.S.Business Economics, B.A.Cell, Molecular Biology and Development, B.A. /B.S.Chemical Engineering, B.S.Chemistry, B.A. /B.S.Computer Engineering, B.S.Computer Science with Business Applications, B.S.Computer Science, B.S.Earth Sciences, B.S.Economics, B.A. Economics/Administrative Studies, B.A.Electrical Engineering, B.S. All majors at Bourns College of Engineering are selective, based on academic preparation and GPA in all transferable courses, with a minimum GPA of 2.80. All students transferred to the School of Business must do the following: Before the transfer, a minimum cumulative average of 2.50 for the calculation series and at least one additional course sequence specific to the principal is required. Students who complete a transferable UC college algebra course and a college trigonometry course (both with “C” grades or better) are considered acceptable course replacements for UCR`s MATH 5 courses.
Trigonometry courses do not have UC transfer credits, but can be used in conjunction with college algebra to adequately cover the content of MATH 5. As of the fall of the 19th, Mechanical Engineering 18 is now 18A and 18B. Students can complete the equivalent of Mechanical Engineering 18A and 18B as part of the three additional courses required. Browse the calendar and view the proposed sections in a quarter. All majors at Bourns College of Engineering are selective, based on academic preparation and GPA in all transferable courses, with a minimum GPA of 2.80. Prior to transfer, a minimum cumulative average of 2.50 for the series of calculations and at least one additional principal-specific course sequence is required. The research and teaching of the department cover the different levels of biological organization: cellular, developmental, physiological, organizational, ecological and populated. The introductory courses (BIOL 005A, BIOL05LA, BIOL 005B and BIOL 005C) provide an overview of the processes at all these levels, with a focus on the unifying principles of the discipline. From autumn 19, transfer students do not have to take the following courses:.