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As a major in environmental engineering, Brianna had the chance to do her own independent research project in Costa Rica on sustainable development.

"It definitely got me out of my comfort zone. I never imagined I’d be going to Costa Rica to live on an organic farm for ten days and working on that farm and being one with nature."Brianna Palecek, Class of 2018

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Important Deadlines & Events:

  • November 1, 2018

    The submission period for the UC Application opens for fall 2019 admission and scholarships.

  • November 30, 2018

    The deadline to submit your UC Application for fall 2019 admission and scholarships.

  • December 2018

    Last month for freshman applicants to take the SAT or ACT with Writing tests.

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More Than 80 Areas of Study

From diverse sciences and law, to arts and education, we offer a stellar line-up of programs taught by world-class professors who provide guidance and support for tomorrow’s leaders.

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  • Business Administration

    Business Administration


    The Business Administration major offers a traditional curriculum found in one of the top business schools in the country. The program is tailored to meet students’ unique career objectives.

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  • Criminology, Law and Society

    Criminology, Law and Society


    The Criminology, Law and Society major teaches students why we have the laws we have, laws’ unintended consequences, who violates the law and why, and how communities respond to crime.

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