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Undergraduate Major Unit Requirements

Major Department

Units required outside the dept./program

Units required within the dept./program

Total # of units

Notes/Special Requirements

WIM

Course

School of Earth Sciences

Earth Systems

64-102

24

94-126

internship, senior seminar

EARTHSYS 260

Energy Resources Engineering

83-90

34

119-126

-

ENERGY 199

Geological & Environmental Sciences

20-36

54-67

74-103

advanced summer field experience

GES 150

Engr. Geol. & Hydrogeology

44-47

45-55

71-102

-

-

Geophysics

43-45

15

min. 58

-

GEOPHYS 185

School of Engineering

Aeronautics and Astronautics

56-58

39

95-97

-

AA 190

Architectural Design

40

60

100

-

CEE 100

Atmosphere/Energy

50

51-53

101-103

-

STS 110

Bioengineering

51

46-50

98-100

-

BIO 44X

Biomechanical Engineering

42-63

49-64

103-116

-

BIO 44X

Biomedical Computation

51-65

47-56

109-114

Two quarters guided research

ENGR 199W, CS 191W, 272

Chemical Engineering

min. 70

50

min. 120

-

CHEMENG 185A

Civil Engineering

min. 57

min. 59

min. 116

-

CEE 100

Computer Systems Engineering

40-47

42-67

104112

senior project

CS 181, 191W,194,294W

Computer Science

min. 29

min. 32

96-106

senior project

CS 181, 191W,194,294W

Electrical Engineering

45

68

113

-

ENGR 102E and EE 108A

Engineering Physics

min. 45

min. 48

min. 93

at least 50 units in Engineering Fundamentals and Depths must be engineering units-

EE 108A and ENGR 102E, ME 203 and ENGR 102M, MATSCI 161, 164, PHYSICS 107

Environmental Engineering

min. 57

min. 59

min. 116

-

CEE 100

Individually Designed Major

41

40

90-107

-

see adviser

Management Science and Engineering

46-79

45-60

96-134

senior project

MS&E 152W,193W,197

Material Science and Engineering

min. 53

min. 50

min 103

-

MATSCI 161, 164

Mechanical Engineering

61-65

45

106-110

-

ENGR 102M, ME 103D, and ME 203

Product Design

58-59

48

106-107

-

ENGR 102M, ME 103D, and ME 203

School of Humanities and Sciences

African and African American Studies

50

10

60

AAAS thesis seminar

AFRICAAM 105

American Studies

20-25

35-40

60

-

AMSTUD 160

Anthropology

15

50

65

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

ANTHRO 90A, ANTHRO 90B, ANTHRO 90C

Archaeology

45

20

65

ARCHLGY 103

-

Art

-

-

-

ARTHIST 1

-

   Art History

-

61

61

library orientation, junior seminar

-

   Film and Media Studies

8

65

65

library orientation, senior seminar

FILMSTUD 101

   Studio Art

-

65

65

library orientation, advanced seminar

-

Asian American Studies

55

5

60

CSRE senior seminar

See CSRE

Biology

min . 41

min. 47

90-105

fields of study have different unit ranges

BIO 44X,44Y,145; BIOHOPK 44Y,175H

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chemistry

34

52

86

-

CHEM 134

Chicana/o Studies

55

5

60

CSRE senior seminar

See CSRE

Classics

-

-

60-65

majors seminar (CLASSGEN 175 or CLASSGEN 176)-

CLASSGEN 175 or CLASSGEN 176

Communication

5

min. 60

65

-

COMM 120

Comparative Literature

-

min. 40

65

Gateway course: 101

Core: 121, 122, 123

Capstone course: 199

3 electives in COMPLIT

COMPLIT 101

Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity

55

5

60

CSRE senior seminar

CSRE 200X

Drama

-

60

60

-

DRAMA 101H

DRAMA 160

East Asian Languages

-

-

-

-

-

   Chinese

0-16

28-44

min. 44

-

CHINGEN 133

   Japanese

0-20

24-44

min. 44

-

JAPANGEN 138

East Asian Studies

75

1

76

Capstone course; overseas studies in E. Asian country 1 quarter; senior essay

CHINGEN 133; JAPANGEN 138

Economics

-

80

80

-

ECON 101

English

-

70

70

-

ENGLISH 160

   w/ Creative Writing

-

70

70

dept. approval

-

   w/ Interdisciplinary
   Emphasis

20

55

75

dept. approval and interdisciplinary paper

-

   w/ Interdepartmental
   Emphasis

16-20

50

66-70

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

-

   w/ Philosophy

20-35

49-60

69-95

-

-

Feminist Studies

45

18 core

63

focus statement; practicum

FEMST 153

French and Italian

-

-

-

-

-

   French

max. 24

32 above #100

56 above #100

-

FRENLIT 130,131,132,133

   French and English
   Literatures

max. 24

32 above #100

56 above #100

4 Eng. Lit. courses

-

   French and Italian

   Literatures

max. 24

32 above #100

56 above #100

4 Ital. Lit. courses

-

   French and
Philosophy

min. 21

32 above #100

65

Gateway course; Capstone

-

   Italian

max. 28

32 above #100

60 above #100

-

ITALLANG 127,128,129

   Italian and English
   Literatures

max. 28

32 above #100

60 above #100

4 Eng. Lit. courses

-

   Italian and French
Literatures

max. 28

32 above #100

60 above #100

4 Fr. Lit. courses

-

   Italian and
Philosophy

min. 21

32 above #100

65

Gateway course; Capstone

-

German Studies

0-25

35-60

60

3 above #130

GERLIT 127,137

   German and
Philosophy

min. 21

min. 39

65

Gateway course; Capstone

-

History

-

63-65

63-65

3 from #200-298

HISTORY 209S

Human Biology

min. 10

min. 39

min. 87

Internship

HUMBIO 4B

Iberian and Latin American Cultures

max. 30

30

60

Core courses

ILAC 120, ILAC 159

International Relations

55-70

0-10

70

2 yr. foreign lang; Overseas studies 1 qtr.

HISTORY 102; POLISCI 110C,D,247R; INTNLREL 140A,C, 163

Jewish Studies
(Individually Designed)

75-77

-

75-77

-

See CSRE

Linguistics

-

50

50

foreign lang. at 6th-quarter level, junior research paper

LINGUIST 150

Mathematical & Computational Science

-

-

73-78

-

MATH 109,110,120, STATS 166

Mathematics

up to 15 units

49

64

-

MATH 109,110,120,171

Music

-

67

66-76

piano-proficiency and ear-training exam

2 from: MUSIC 140-149, 190H, 251

Native American Studies

55

5

60

CSRE senior seminar

See CSRE

Philosophy

-

55

55

course in 194 series

PHIL 80

   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.

PHIL 80 or RELIGST 290

Physics

18-21

56-61

77-79

-

PHYSICS 107

Political Science

0-10

60-70

70

-

POLISCI 110D,120C, 124R, 132S, 224T, 243R

Psychology

10

60

70

-

PSYCH 55,70,138/238

Public Policy

59

28

87

min. 15 concentration units; senior seminar

PUBLPOL 106

Religious Studies

-

60

60

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

RELIGST 290

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

37

32

69

min. 15 units in technical literacy min. 20 units in concentration

STS 110; CS 181; COMM 120; HISTORY 140A; MS&E 193W

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

50

32

82

min. 50 units in technical depth

STS 110; CS 181; COMM 120; HISTORY 140A; MS&E 193W

Slavic Languages and Literatures

-

-

-

-

SLAVLIT 146

   Russian Language
& Literature

0-10

46-56

56

1st- and 2nd- year Russian

-

   Russian Language,
   Culture, & History

12-20

36-39

56

1st- and 2nd- year Russian

-

   Russian Literature
& Philosophy

21

40

67

Gateway course; Capstone

-

Sociology

-

45-60

60

-

SOC 200, 202

Symbolic Systems

66-81

4

70-85

-

PHIL 80

Urban Studies

41

min. 32

73

25 units in concentration; capstone courses

URBANST 203

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