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University of California, Santa Cruz

University of California, Santa Cruz
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The Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Major 2012-13 The biochemistry and molecular biology (BMB) major constitutes an integrated curriculum of basic instruction in biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics, followed by the opportunity to pursue advanced study in specialized areas of interest. In modern, well-equipped laboratories, distinguished faculty are engaged in frontline research. The BMB program features close faculty-student interaction, stimulating learning environments, and opportunities for independent research and study. Students majoring in BMB are encouraged to become involved in research under the guidance of a faculty sponsor. Many students participating in this aspect of the program have made important contributions to the scientific literature. Study and Research Opportunities High School Preparation Transfer Preparation To declare the biochemistry and molecular biology major, transfer students must have completed courses equivalent to the following with a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or better: Lower-Division Requirements

California Institute of Technology A Communiqué from the UCSC Occupation of Humanities 2 The University of California was once a tuition-free and public institution. Now the students are facing yet another tuition hike. The most recent attempt to raise tuition in 2009 was successfully frozen by the courageous and necessary action of students, yet this week, the UC Regents have approved a 5% tuition increase each year for the next five years. This is in addition to the numerous increases that have occurred since the new millennium which amount to what will now be a 500% increase by 2020. Governors and legislatures have come and gone, and have continually spouted rhetoric without taking any action. In addition to tuition increases, students face larger class sizes, fewer classes, cuts to student services, and ultimately, are paying more for less education. All of these issues and more are a direct result of the failed leadership of the UC Regents, a ruling junta appointed by the governor—yet rebuked in this move even by him! capitalist economy of accumulation. every day.

Welcome to UC Davis Jobs UCSC Students Occupy Humanities Building Following Regents Vote to Increase Tuition Students first gathered at Quarry Plaza for a short rally in the rain. After the rally, the group marched through Classroom Unit 2, and around campus briefly, until they arrived at the Humanities building. After another short rally, they made their way to the top floor, asked administrators to leave, and began the occupation. The UCSC students are in Solidarity with students at UC Berkeley who are currently occupying Wheeler Hall on that campus and have vowed to stay there until the Regents reverse their decision to increase tuition. The students occupying the Humanities building at UC Santa Cruz have created the following social media accounts:

UC San Diego Home Page Physical & Biological Sciences Undergraduate Affairs A Communiqué from the UCSC Occupation of Humanities 2 The University of California was once a tuition-free and public institution. Now the students are facing yet another tuition hike. The most recent attempt to raise tuition in 2009 was successfully frozen by the courageous and necessary action of students, yet this week, the UC Regents have approved a 5% tuition increase each year for the next five years. This is in addition to the numerous increases that have occurred since the new millennium which amount to what will now be a 500% increase by 2020. The University of California was once a tuition-free and public institution. In addition to tuition increases, students face larger class sizes, fewer classes, cuts to student services, and ultimately, are paying more for less education. All of these issues and more are a direct result of the failed leadership of the UC Regents, a ruling junta appointed by the governor—yet rebuked in this move even by him! Privatization threatens the promise of education for all. #occupyoureducation “So what?

UC Riverside: Home Undergraduate Academic Program 2013-14 General Catalog Planning Your Academic Program| Graduation Requirements | University Requirements | General Education Requirements | Evaluating Academic Performance | Advising: From Course Selection to Careers | Office of International Education | Field and Exchange Programs | Intercampus Visitor Program | Summer Programs| UCSC Extension | Intersegmental Cross-Enrollment Planning Your Academic Program Planning Your Academic Program At UC Santa Cruz, the academic year is organized on the quarter system. You are normally expected to graduate in four years. The requirements for a bachelor’s degree are explained in the following section. Here is what you can expect during four years at Santa Cruz: During your freshman year, you complete your college core course and satisfy the Entry Level Writing Requirement. Graduation Requirements To qualify for a bachelor’s degree, you must meet the following conditions, which are explained in more detail in the following sections: Residence

fb: Liberate our Education The Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology Major 2011-12 The molecular, cell, and developmental (MCD) biology major is designed for students interested in medical or other professional programs in the health sciences, graduate school, and careers in biotechnology industries. This major is more structured than the general biology major and requires that students pay careful attention to the prerequisites required for upper-division biology courses. The Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology Department offers three bachelor of science degrees: Human Biology; Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology; and Neuroscience To qualify for a Molecular, Cell, & Developmental B.S., Neuroscience B.S., Human Biology B.S., or Biology B.S. major, students must complete the following four qualification courses, or their equivalents, with a grade of C or better and a cumulative GPA of 2.30 or greater. CHEM 1B, General ChemistryCHEM 1C, General ChemistryBIOL 20A, Cell & Molecular BiologyBIOE 20B, Development and Physiology Study and Research Opportunities Careers

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