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Do you dream of studying at the prestigious University of California Berkeley and taking courses from the world's leading disciplines? From the classic semester abroad to the Berkeley Haas Global Access Program Everything is possible up to summer sessions!
The world's most brilliant minds have been studying and researching at UC Berkeley since 1868. It is not without reason that the first campus of today's University of California System is one of the most important universities in the world. It has been one of the best US universities for years, which has once again earned it first place among all state universities (Top Public Schools) in the 2018 U.S News & World Report Best Colleges Rankings.
Their excellent reputation owes the California elite university the groundbreaking research that has revolutionized science to this day and greatly advances our society: a considerable number of its current researchers and professors are Nobel Prize winners; many have received the Pulitzer Prize.
The UC Berkeley's beautiful campus is located in the gorgeous San Francisco Bay Area and is considered to be particularly safe and inviting. The mega-metropolis of San Francisco, built on 43 hills, can be reached in just 30 minutes by S-Bahn and offers you a fascinating range of leisure activities.
Founding year: 1868
University type: State University
Number of students: Total 35,900, 25,800 undergraduate, 10,100 postgraduate, international 5600
- WSCUC (WASC Senior Association of Schools and Colleges)
- AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)
UC Berkeley's academic year is divided into two semesters. There will be a total of five summer sessions.
Session A 2021: May 24th, 2021 - July 2nd, 2021
Session B 2021: June 7th, 2021 - August 13th, 2021
Session C 2021: June 21, 2021 - August 13, 2021
Session F 2021: July 6th, 2021 - July 23rd, 2021
Session D 2021: July 6th, 2021 - August 13th, 2021
Session E 2021: 07/26/2021 - 08/13/2021
Fall semester 2021: 08/18/2021 - 12/17/2021
The following links will take you to the course catalog and, if applicable, the timetable of this university. While the course catalog primarily provides an overview of the courses offered and their curriculum, you will find the courses actually offered in the individual semesters in the timetable. We are of course always happy to answer any questions you may have about the courses on offer.
The University of California Berkeley campus is one of the most beautiful college campuses in the USA. It is located on the Berkeley Hills, from which the wonderful bay of San Francisco can be seen. The impressive architecture of the venerable buildings symbolizes the excellence of the university: everything from neoclassical buildings to ultra-modern buildings is represented here.
The landmark of the campus is the "Campanile", a bell tower over 90 meters high that can be seen from afar. The extensive grounds also house countless museums like the Berkeley Art Museum, which regularly hosts free painting classes or movie nights. UC also owns Berkeley one of the largest libraries of the USA with over twelve million books and publications.
The inner city of the student city of Berkeley can be reached on foot from the campus. Picturesque parks, famous theaters, well-known restaurants and cozy cafes are just around the corner. If you want to explore the relaxed cosmopolitan city of San Francisco, you can get there in just 30 minutes by S-Bahn.
International students at the University of California Berkeley Extension have a variety of accommodation options.
International students who complete a summer session at UC Berkeley live on campus during this time.
The following accommodation options are available:
- Apartment on campus
- Private apartments / hotels
- guest families
The specific availability of the individual accommodation options may vary depending on the study program. You can find detailed information via the links or in the "free brochure" for the respective program. We are happy to answer any questions you may have.
The college town of Berkeley
Berkeley is located in the Alameda district of the San Francisco Bay Area in Northern California, with a population of over 100,000, and the metropolis of San Francisco is just 13 miles to the southwest. Directly adjacent are the city of Oakland in the south, the Berkeley Hills in the east and the city of Albany in the north.
The rose garden, the botanical garden and the art museum of the university are particularly worth seeing. With its marina, Berkeley is a popular water sports center, and Berkeley is also a world-renowned center for art and entertainment. The population is very creative, has a high level of education and lives in a natural environment. The climate is pleasant, the lowest and highest monthly mean values are between 10 ° C and 17 ° C.
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The University of California Berkeley Extension offers international students five different options for a semester abroad, with or without a specific field of study: the Berkeley Global Access Discover Program (BGA Discover), theBerkeley-Haas Global Access Program (BHGAP), the Berkeley Legal StudiesGlobal Access Program, the Berkeley Physics International Education Program (BPIE) as well as thatBerkeley Global Chemistry Visiting Student Program.
The BHGAP is directly at the well-known well beyond US bordersHaas School of Business settled. Bachelor and master students with and without a business administration background can take various "tracks" courses from the curriculum of the Haas School of Business. Stand in the centerTopics such as entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership and digital business and the courses are taught by professors and faculty members from the Haas School of Business. In addition, all program participants choose another course from the extensive course catalog of UC Berkeley as an "elective". As a supplement within thefour-month program There are other options available such as workshops, excursions, company visits, career training and others.
In addition to the BHGAP, there is also that Berkeley Global Access Discover Program (BGA Discover), a classic semester program With interdisciplinary course selection. Students can study for one or two semesters on the UC Berkeley campus and have the choice between courses from the UC Berkeley Extension and those from the regular UC Berkeley course catalog.
The Berkeley Legal Studies Global Access Program offers international students the unique opportunity to spend a semester abroad at the prestigious Berkeley Law School. In addition to three compulsory courses ("American Law and Legal Institutions", "Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship" and "How to Berkeley") students choose an elective course in one of the following areas: Business Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Immigration Law, Intellectual Property Law, or International Law. Numerous career workshops, networking events and field trips to international law firms in the Bay Area prepare course participants for a successful career.
The Berkeley Physics International Education Program gives international physics students the chance to spend a semester abroad on Berkeley Physics Department to graduate. The students choose four exciting courses from the areas Quantum Mechanics, Atomic Physics, Solid State Physics, Biophysics, String Theory, Cosmology, Thermal and Statistical Physics or Data Science. Exclusive lunches with prestigious lecturers, participation in poster sessions, panels on career topics and research lab tours as well as excursions in the surrounding area make the program unique.
In the field of chemistry, too, international students have the Berkeley Global Chemistry Visiting Student Program the chance to inspire your professional skills and your career opportunities by spending a semester abroad at California's elite university. Participants study for a semester or two with local students at UC Berkeley College of Chemistry, which is known as worldwide number 1 in this area applies. You can choose between a track with courses in Computational Chemistry or a track in Chemical Biology. Participants can also use their semester abroad to get to know the research projects of the university's world-famous laboratories and to make contacts.
- Program Cost (BGA Discover)
With the above fees for theBerkeley Global Access Discover Program (BGA Discover) is a guideline - the actual fees depend on the number and type of courses taken. There is a program fee of US $ 4900 that all participants must pay. In addition, there is US $ 750 per unit booked for courses from the regular course offer of UC Berkeley or US $ 500-1300 per course from the offer of the UC Berkeley Extension. A total of at least 12 and a maximum of 18 units must be taken, which corresponds to 4-6 courses.
The fees for the subject-related semester programs, on the other hand, are fixed prices.
The fees are due Berkeley-Haas Global Access Program Include 9-10 units of Haas-Berkeley business courses and 2-3 units from the rest of the UC Berkeley courses. Also included is the comprehensive accompanying program such as career counseling and professional development workshops, excursions to companies in Silicon Valley and the Bay Area, access to the student clubs and associations of UC Berkeley and the Haas School of Business as well as other cultural and social activities .
In the fees for the Berkeley Legal Studies Global Access Program includes the attendance of three compulsory courses and one elective course from the wide range of courses at UC Berkeley Law School. The comprehensive accompanying program such as an orientation week, cohort lunches and workshops as well as trips to international law firms in the Bay Area are also included in the fees.
The fees for theBerkeley Physics International Education Program Include 12 UC Berkeley Semester Units at the UC Berkeley Physics Department. This corresponds to four courses. The accompanying program such as an orientation week, exclusive faculty lunches, poster sessions, workshops, research lab tours, field trips to San Francisco, Napa, Half-Moon Bay and Monterey and access to more than 100 student clubs are also included in the fees.
The fees for theBerkeley Global Chemistry Visiting Student Program include the occupancy of 12-15 unites, which corresponds to about 4-5 courses in total. For the chosen technical track (Computational Chemistry or Chemical Biology) 2-3 courses from a given list can be taken. There is also a general "Chemistry Visiting Scholars Experiential course" (1 unit).
Those who go to the University of California Berkeley Extension for a semester abroad can, among other things, apply for BAföG abroad. Eligible students receive agrant on tuition up to EUR 4600, a travel allowance, and a health insurance and living allowance.
In addition, the UC Berkeley Extension four scholarships of US $ 5,000 each for the BHGAP and the LSGAP and two scholarships of US $ 5,000 for the Chemistry Program per semester.
For the Berkeley Global Access Discover Program, students must meet the respective admission requirements of the chosen courses, e.g. have a bachelor's degree for a graduate course. Detailed information can be found in the course descriptions.
The Berkeley Haas Global Access Program is aimed at high performingBachelor and master students from all disciplines. Depending on the level of study and subject, different "tracks" can be taken within the framework of the program. Bachelor students without a business administration background take the so-called "Preparatory Track". Bachelor students with a business administration background can combine courses from the "Preparatory Track" and the "Advanced Track" and Master students with a business administration background usually only take courses from the "Advanced Track".
The Berkeley Legal Studies Global Access Program as well as thatBerkeley Global Chemistry Visiting Student Program are open to international Bachelor and Master students. Applicants must have successfully completed at least two years of their studies and have a GPA of 3.0.
TheBerkeley Physics International Education Program is open to international physics students at bachelor and master level.
The programs also require a minimum number of points in a standardized language test such as the TOEFL or IELTS. Alternatively, a telephone or Skype interview with UC Berkeley or proof of an English-language degree for a period of at least one year is accepted.
Language skills can be proven by one of the following test results or documents:
|Cambridge||C1 Advanced||C1 Advanced|
|DAAD language test||C1||C1|
The language certificate cannot be submitted later.
|Fall semester||until June 1st, 2021|
Degree programs / courses
Degree programs / courses in English - Undergraduate
- Bachelor of Science in Physics - Quantum and Nonlinear Optics
- Bachelor of Science in Society and Environment
- Coure Course in American Law and Legal Institutions
- Coure Course in Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship
- Elective Course in American Legal and Constitutional History
- Elective Course in Basic Legal Values
- Elective Course in Comparative Constitutional Law
- Elective Course in Comparative Constitutional Law: The Case of Israel
- Elective Course in Data Prediction and Law
- Elective Course in Democracy and Diversity
- Elective Course in Foundations of Legal Studies
- Elective Course in Ghandi, Law and Civil Rights
- Elective Course in Immigration and Citizenship
- Elective Course in International Human Rights
- Elective Course in International Law and International Relations
- Elective Course in Law and Economics II: Government and Regulation
- Elective Course in Law, Technology and Regulations
- Elective Course in Psychology of Diversity and Discrimination in American Law
- Elective Course in Punishment, Culture and Society
- Elective Course in Theoretical Foundations of Criminal Law
- Elective Course in Theories of Law and Society
- Elective Course in U.S. Surpreme Court and Public Policy
- Elective Course on Wall Street / Main Street
- Minor in African American Studies
- Minor in Ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern Civilizations
- Minor in Anthropology
- Minor in Applied Language Studies
- Minor in Arabic
- Minor in Arabic
- Minor in Architecture
- Minor in Art History
- Minor in Art Practice
- Minor in Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies
- Minor in astrophysics
- Minor in Atmospheric Science
- Minor in bioengineering
- Minor in Buddhist Studies
- Minor in Celtic Studies
- Minor in Chemical Engineering
- Minor in Chemistry
- Minor in Chicano Studies
- Minor in Chinese Language
- Minor in City Planning
- Minor in Classical Civilizations
- Minor in Comparative Literature
- Minor in Computer Science
- Minor in Conservation and Resource Studies
- Minor in Creative Writing
- Minor in Dance and Performance Studies
- Minor in Demography
- Minor in Disability Studies
- Minor in Dutch Studies
- Minor in Education
- Minor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
- Minor in Energy and Resources
- Minor in Energy Engineering
- Minor in English
- Minor in Environmental Design and Urbanism in Developing Countries
- Minor in Environmental Earth Science
- Minor in Environmental Economics and Policy
- Minor in Environmental Engineering
- Minor in Ethnic Studies
- Minor in Food Systems
- Minor in Forestry
- Minor in French
- Minor in Gender and Women's Studies
- Minor in Geography
- Minor in Geology
- Minor in geophysics
- Minor in Geospatial Information Science and Technology
- Minor in GeoSystems
- Minor in German
- Minor in Global Poverty & Practice
- Minor in Greek Studies
- Minor in Hebrew
- Minor in history
- Minor in History and Theory of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Design
- Minor in History of the Built Environment
- Minor in Human Rights Interdisciplinary
- Minor in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
- Minor in Italian Studies
- Minor in Japanese Language
- Minor in Japanese Studies
- Minor in Jewish Studies
- Minor in Journalism
- Minor in Korean Language
- Minor in Korean Studies
- Minor in Latin Studies
- Minor in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Studies
- Minor in Linguistics
- Minor in logic
- Minor in Luso-Brazilian Language and Literature
- Minor in Marine Science
- Minor in Materials Science and Engineering
- Minor in Mathematics
- Minor in Mechanical Engineering
- Minor in Medieval Studies
- Minor in Middle Eastern Studies
- Minor in Music
- Minor in Native American Studies
- Minor in Nuclear Engineering
- Minor in Nutritional Sciences
- Minor in Peace and Conflict Studies
- Minor in Persian
- Minor in Philosophy
- Minor in Physics
- Minor in Planetary Science
- Minor in Political Economy
- Minor in Public Health
- Minor in Public Policy
- Minor in Religious Studies
- Minor in rhetoric
- Minor in Russian Language
- Minor in Russian Language, Literature, and Culture
- Minor in Russian Literature
- Minor in Scandinavian
- Minor in Science and Math Education
- Minor in Slavic Languages and Literatures - Bosnian / Croatian / Serbian Language and Literature
- Minor in Slavic Languages and Literatures - Czech Language and Literature
- Minor in Slavic Languages and Literatures - Polish Language and Literature
- Minor in Social and Cultural Factors in Environmental Design
- Minor in South and Southeast Asian Studies
- Minor in Spanish Language and Literature
- Minor in Spanish Linguistics
- Minor in Statistics
- Minor in structural engineering
- Minor in Sustainable Design
- Minor in Theater and Performance Studies
- Minor in Tibetan
- Minor in Toxicology
- Minor in Turkish
Degree programs / courses in English - Postgraduate
- Master of Architecture
- Master of Arts in Asian Studies
- Master of Arts in Demography
- Master of Arts in Education
- Master of Arts in Endocrinology
- Master of Arts in Energy and Resources
- Master of Arts in Latin American Studies
- Master of Arts in Mathematics
- Master of Arts in Near Eastern Studies
- Master of Arts in Statistics
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of City Planning
- Master of Development Practice
- Master of Engineering in Bioengineering
- Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences
- Master of Engineering in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
- Master of Engineering in Materials Science and Engineering
- Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
- Master of Engineering in Nuclear Engineering
- Master of Financial Engineering
- Master of Fine Art in Art Practice
- Master of Forestry
- Master of Information and Data Science
- Master of Information Management and Systems
- Master of Journalism
- Master of Landscape Architecture
- Master of Public Affairs
- Master of Public Health
- Master of Public Policy
- Master of Public Policy in Energy and Resources
- Master of Science in Architecture
- Master of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering - Product Development
- Master of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering - Bioprocess Engineering
- Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Master of Science in Computer Science
- Master of Science in Energy and Resources
- Master of Science in Environmental Health Sciences
- Master of Science in Epidemiology
- Master of Science in Health and Medical Sciences
- Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
- Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering
- Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
- Master of Science in Metabolic Biology
- Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering
- Master of Science in Physics
- Master of Science in Range Management
- Master of Social Welfare
- Master of Translational Medicine
- Master of Translational Medicine in Bioengineering
- Master of Urban Design
- Masters of Arts in Biostatistics
So-called Summer Sessions are offered at UC Berkeley during the summer.
The summer sessions are regular university coursesthat both for American as well as international students and summarize the content of the semester's courses in a three- to twelve-week compact course. Courses from almost all subject areas are offered that also take place during the semester.
Overall, UC Berkeley offers during the summer sessions around 700 courses at. The most popular subjects with the most diverse range of courses include business, anthropology, history, economics, rhetoric, ethnic studies, social welfare and legal studies. In addition, a number of practical sports courses offered in various sports that can be added on.
UC Berkeley offers this especially for schoolchildren in the summer Pre-College Scholars: Summer Residential Program at. For six to eight weeks, you will get a first glimpse into college life at UC Berkeley and receive college credits from the regular undergraduate program in Session C and Session D. In addition, you can take part in the College Writing Program and a wide range of courses Participate in excursions and workshops.
The tuition fees for the UC Berkeley Summer Sessions are calculated according to the Number of occupied units. A summer course usually has four to five units.
International students must be enrolled as full-time students with an F-1 visa at UC Berkeley in order to participate in the Summer Sessions, and must also be a specific student Minimum number of units per session occupy. This minimum number varies depending on the session and length of stay between three to six units, or eight to ten units if courses are taken in two different sessions.
The cost of the UC Berkeley student program includes tuition, campus accommodation, meals, excursions, workshops, health insurance and on-site support.
The summer sessions are basically freely accessible to all students and not bound by the strict application criteria that otherwise apply to other regular degree programs at UC Berkeley.
Of course you have to here too Sufficiently good knowledge of English to be available. A Proof of language proficiency However, in the form of a standardized language test is for applicants from Germany, Austria and Switzerland not mandatory. Applicants from other countries please contact us for further information.
The student program is aimed at American and international students ages 16-18. International students must have completed 10th or 11th grade at the start of the program and have a grade point average of 2.0.
Since English is the language of instruction, a good command of English is required. In the event that applicants cannot present these, they also have the option of taking ESL courses and courses from the Pre-Scholars Core curriculum on site.
Degree programs / courses
Session A (05/24/2021 - 07/02/2021) - Degree programs / courses in English - Undergraduate
|subject area||Course number||Course name|
|African American Studies||AFRICAM 136L 001 - LEC 001||Criminal Justice and Surveillance in America|
|African American Studies||AFRICAM 139 001 - LEC 001||Selected Topics of African American Social Organization and Institutions|
|African American Studies||AFRICAM 139 002 - LEC 002||Selected Topics of African American Social Organization and Institutions|
|African American Studies||AFRICAM 159 001 - LEC 001||Special Topics in African American Literature|
|Anthropology||ANTHRO 112 001 - LEC 001||Special Topics in Biological Anthropology|
|Anthropology||ANTHRO 128 001 - LEC 00||Special Topics in Archeology|
|Anthropology||ANTHRO 128M 001 - LEC 001||Special Topics in Archeology / Method|
|Anthropology||ANTHRO 196 001 - SEM 001||Undergraduate seminar|
|Anthropology||ANTHRO R5B 001 - LEC 001||Reading and Composition in Anthropology|
|Anthropology||ANTHRO R5B 002 - LEC 002||Reading and Composition in Anthropology|
|Anthropology||ANTHRO R5B 002 - LEC 003||Reading and Composition in Anthropology|
|Art Practice||ART 118 001 - STD 001||Advanced Drawing: Remixing the Figure|
|Art Practice||ART 119 001 - LEC 001||Global Perspectives in Contemporary Art|
|Art Practice||ART 12 001 - STD 001||Drawing: Foundations|
|Art Practice||ART 13 001 - STD 001||Painting: Foundations|
|Art Practice||ART 21 001 - STD 001||Digital Photography: Foundations|
|Art Practice||ART 8 001 - LEC 001||Introduction to Visual Thinking|
|Art Practice||ART W23AC 101 - WBL 101||Data Arts|
|Astronomy||ASAMST 172 001 - LEC 001||Asian American Literature|
|Astronomy||ASTRON 10 001 - LEC 001||Introduction to General Astronomy|
|Astronomy||ASTRON 9 005 - LEC 005||Selected Topics in Astronomy|
|Celtic Studies||CELTIC R1B 001 - LEC 001||Voices of the Celtic World|
|Charles & Louise Travers Dept of Political Science||POLSCI 125 001 - LEC 001||Civil Conflict and International Intervention|
|Charles & Louise Travers Dept of Political Science||POLSCI 125 101 - LEC 101||Civil Conflict and International Intervention|
|Charles & Louise Travers Dept of Political Science||POLSCI 125 102 - LEC 102||Civil Conflict and International Intervention|
|Chemistry||ASAMST 172 001 - LEC 001||Asian American Literature|
|Chemistry||CHEM 115 001 - LEC 001||Organic Chemistry - Advanced Laboratory Methods|
|City and Regional Planning||CYPLAN 113A 001 - LEC 001||Economic Analysis for Planning|
|City and Regional Planning||CYPLAN 114 001 - LEC 001||Introduction to Urban and Regional Transportation|
|City and Regional Planning||CYPLAN 130 001 - LEC 001||U.S. Housing, Planning, and Policy|
|City and Regional Planning||CYPLAN N115 001 - LEC 001||Urbanization in Developing Countries|
|Classics||CLASSIC N28 001 - LEC 001||The Classic Myths|
|College Writing Programs||COLWRIT R4B 001 - SEM 001||Reading, Composition, and Research|
|College Writing Programs||COLWRIT R4B 002 - SEM 002||Reading, Composition, and Research|
|College Writing Programs||COLWRIT W143 001 - WBL 001||Foundations of English Language Education|
|Comparative Literature||COMLIT R1A 001 - LEC 001||English Composition in Connection with the Reading of World Literature|
|Comparative Literature||COMLIT R1B 001 - LEC 001||English Composition in Connection with the Reading of World Literature|
|Demography||DEMOG 5 001 - LEC 001||Fundamentals of Population Science|
|Demography||DEMOG N160 001 - LEC 001||Summer Special Topics in Demography|
|Earth and Planetary Science||EPS 20 001 - LEC 001||Earthquakes in Your Backyard|
|Earth and Planetary Science||EPS 80 001 - LEC 001||Environmental Earth Sciences|
|Earth and Planetary Science||EPS N82 001 - LEC 001||Introduction to Oceans|
|East Asian Languages and Cultures||CHINESE 10A 001 - LEC 001||Intermediate Chinese|
|East Asian Languages and Cultures||CHINESE 1A 001 - LEC 001||Elementary Chinese|
|East Asian Languages and Cultures||CHINESE 7A 001 - LEC 001||Introduction to Premodern Chinese Literature and Culture|
|East Asian Languages and Cultures||EALANG R1B 001 - LEC 001||Reading and Composition on topics in East Asian Humanities|
|East Asian Languages and Cultures||JAPAN 10A 001 - LEC 001||Intermediate Japanese|
|East Asian Languages and Cultures||JAPAN 1A 001 - LEC 001||Elementary Japanese|
|East Asian Languages and Cultures||JAPAN 7A 001 - LEC 001||Introduction to Premodern Japanese Literature and Culture|
|East Asian Languages and Cultures||KOREAN 109 001 - LEC 001||Korean Language in Popular Media|
|East Asian Languages and Cultures||KOREAN 10A 001 - LEC 001||Intermediate Korean|
|East Asian Languages and Cultures||KOREAN 1A 001 - LEC 001||Elementary Korean|
|East Asian Studies||ASAMST 172 001 - LEC 001||Asian American Literature|
|Economics||ECON 119 001 - LEC 001||Psychology and Economics|
|Economics||ECON 121 001 - LEC 001||Industrial Organization and Public Policy|
|Economics||ECON 151 001 - LEC 001||Labor Economics|
|English||ENGLISH 117S 001 - LEC 001||Shakespeare|
|English||ENGLISH 141 001 - LEC 001||Modes of Writing (Exposition, Fiction, Verse, Etc.)|
|English||ENGLISH 29 001 - LEC 001||Major Writers|
|English||ENGLISH R1B 001 - LEC 001||Reading and Composition - Educated?|
|English||ENGLISH R1B 002 - LEC 002||Reading and Composition - Girls, Misunderstood ?: “Deviant” Women in Literature|
|Environmental Science, Policy, and Management||ESPM 50AC 001 - LEC 001||Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Management|
|Ethnic Studies||ASAMST 138 001 - LEC 001||Topics in Asian Popular Culture|
|Ethnic Studies||ASAMST 172 001 - LEC 001||Asian American Literature|
|Ethnic Studies||CHICANO 172 001 - LEC 001||Chicanos and the Educational System|
|Ethnic Studies||CHICANO 180 001 - LEC 001||Topics in Chicano Studies|
|Ethnic Studies||CHICANO 180 002 - LEC 002||Topics in Chicano Studies|
|Ethnic Studies||ETHSTD 101A 001 - LEC 001||Social Science Methods in Ethnic Studies|
|Ethnic Studies||ETHSTD 103A 001 - SEM 001|
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